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The Unsuspecting Rescue Mission

By Daniel Aldana

Scifi / Action

Chapter 1

AN: Now lets get one thing straight. I do not own the cover art. Plus this was the first FanFic I ever wrote so there could be some misspelled words I haven't checked yet.

Full Intro: After Anakin assist Darth Sidious kill Mace Windu he heads into the Jedi Temple with the 501st Legion behind him. Anakin makes his way into the jedi council room to kill all of the younglings in cold blood. But, something else happened on that night of the Massacre. Something unexpected.


The doors open, he enters the temple looking around at the empty seats of the jedi council who are gone at the moment. Instead of Jedi he finds the younglings, padawans. Young jedi in training, some were hiding themselves behind the chairs, not knowing what was going on, they were scared. But as soon as Anakin came in they were relieved a little. Some of them stepped out of there hiding spots. Anakin looked at the with an expressionless face, hard to read his mood. Yet there was darkness in his eyes. one of the boys stood up and went up to Anakin. The small one was dressed in his padawan clothes like the rest. Questions filled their mind.

'when would our teacher be back'

'what was going on?'

'what was that loud noise?'.

He finally stopped himself and chose one.

"Anakin, theres too many of them, what are we going to do"

Innocents in his eyes didn't stir Anakin a bit. He looked at him, the others and him again. A voice in his mind flashed through him. He thought of what doing this would meant he could never return. Anger,talk,talk,talk,thats all they would all the council would give him. but never something that would really help him. He thought of Padme, she means everything to him, she's worth more than anything. 'This is right', he thought, 'This is right!'. He can never go back. He ignited his lightsaber, the glowing blue appeared to lit the room up. What happens next is the unbearable.

The boy was startled and took a step back. Anakin, with a twist slashed the boy. He almost sliced him in half. The children screamed and ran and hid back in there spots. He locks the door. He first lunged toward the ones heading toward the doors. They pounded on the door begging for help. He thrusted his lightsaber through them and through the door. The rest were easy, he'd just corner them and tossed his lightsaber at them. The last of them were the hiders, scared to even to move from the only hiding spot, the only protection they thought they had. The chair. Some held their hands before breathing no more. The bodies were piling up. Slash after slash, he ignored their cries of pain. What seemed like the last of them he looked at their lifeless bodies. It was done. But this only the Beginning of his evil deeds. Suddenly the doors open. Crying footsteps run to get away. Ones escaping. The doors close and the cries for help begin to fade. Anakin took another long look at the room and went after his last victim. The doors close. He wouldn't go very far, he thought. Not in the condition that the temple is in right now. Silence. The innocent left to rot. Everything blackens.

There was no need to run after the child. Where would he run to?, Who would he run to?, Who could protect him?. No one could stop him.

Run, thought the young padawan, run. He was sprinting for his life. His screams echoing through the long hallways. His friends were dead, he was clueless of where he was going. The temple is under attack. He had to find somebody, somebody to save him. As soon as he hears the doors of the last room he was in he makes a hard right into the next hallway. The hunt begins, he walks towards the intersection. His lightsaber extended to his right. He makes it toward the intersection and makes a right. Again the boy makes it into another hallway as Anakin enters the hallway. Frustrated and feels that he's wasting time, his slow walk turns into a hurried pace. Running down the hallway the boys sees in front of him a very open room with many colors of green. He stops his screaming and cries for help into the room. As he gets closer two clones poke their heads out to see what's coming. He completely forgot that the clones were attacking the temple, it slipped through his mind.

"Help me!", the boy yelped. The room had six doors leading into different hallways. He passed by them and kept running. The clones looked back into the hallway he came from and saw what he was running away from.

"Stop!", one of the clones said.

Anakin lifted a hand and force pushed them, they flew to the other side of the room. The boy saw they've have been defeated, he kept running. Anakin passed the room quick on the chase when suddenly blaster fire came from behind him. It was one of the clones. He was still conscious. He fired twice and the shots went after the him. Anakin deflected the first and dodged the second and flinged his lightsaber at him. The clone fell back, it was a hit. The lightsaber came back to it's wielder like a boomerang. Back to the hunt.


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