"The Dark Side of the Force is strong in her. Yet, still her potential does not reach it's full focus. And to do so, she left the Sith and turned to the Jedi, would they help her understand the force a bit more, or will she be on her own? This is the story of a young woman, by the name of Alena who's Destiny is uncertain. Will she be a Noble, Selfless and a hero? Or will she be a villain, consumed by darkness, bitterness and hate?"

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I believe it is time to share a little something of my history; during the first Old Republic-Sith War, I left for the Unknown Regions to learn more about the force, where the sith came from, and out of curiousity of what lay out there. What I saw out there was a bit much. I did infact see a small portion of the Yuuzhan Vong fleet enter the galaxy. I didn't care much about it because it was only a few ships and it was really nothing to worry about I believed. Besides I was in the middle of another conflict. Of course thats a story for another time. Now where should I begin? Ah let me begin with the first time I entered into the Unknown Regions.

The Unknown Regions; Where mysterious creatures dwell, where distant echoes through the force can still be heard even after thousands of years. The Dark Side remains unchecked throughout the unknown regions. I saw and felt much pain and saw much war. I rarely chose to go to war with the side I was helping. Much of the Time I was forced to go to war.

At the beginning of my quest; I was indeed a young jedi. I was trained on Correlia, with a few other jedi. This is before many of the new Jedi Masters and Knights of the Order. I sought out curiousity and adventure much to the disnomer of other jedi. I felt like I never truly belonged to the Jedi Order. I was an outsider and with my eagerness to understand the force; I decided to leave the Order behind me and make to other worlds. I took a small fighter that was docked on Correlia's platforms. I of course paid for it with most of my credits. That small fighter came to be known as the Pihrana.

Dantooine was one of my first steps in my journey to the Unknown Regions. It was mainly a farming world. I went to Dantooine because I still felt the faint echoes of Dead Jedi in the old Academy. However the old academy was infested with Lagricks and I never got past them. I still however learned what transpired there from a local mechanic who was able to fix the oldest droid that was on dantooine. That droid used to walk in the halls of the Academy.

Once the droid was activated; I asked it a series of questions. While having to repair the droids memory core from time to time. I finally learned what had happened to the Jedi Academy. Bare with me, the old Jedi Masters never told anyone what happened to the academy on Dantooine. Now I had learned; Darth Malak bombarded the planet and destroyed the Jedi Academy. He walked through the destroyed academy looking for relics which would aid him in the Jedi Civil War. He did not find much, so he abondoned the planet and continued his campaigns across the galaxy. What he had left was a smoking crater filled with the echoes of Dead Jedi. What I also learned is that the Droid had met Revan and the Exile upon Dantooine.

After the long discussion with the droid, I decided that all the questions I had were to be answered deeper in the Outer Rim. However in able to do that, I needed to meditate where I should go next. Tython was the most likely location, where peace was available. I spent several weeks on Tython meditating and had decided to go to Corulag to pick up supplies. For I had made my decision to head to the Unknown Regions and discover what the force could really mean. What I didn't find out till later in my quest is that I would have to face near death situations. Even having to fight a long lost tribe of Sith on a unknown world.


I am very eager to read Part 2, your journey was most intriguing. :)

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Fenris58 Author

Thanks I'm leaving part 1 up until Sunday

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