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Rise of the Ancient Empire

By masspilot18

Romance / Action

Prologue

Everyone thought that the ancient Sith species' worlds, their culture and the species themselves were gone. But, you all thought wrong. They're back.

On the planet of Korriban. The Sith Empire begun to appear. As their leader, Naga Sadow stood on the balcony of his stone/Mable-made palace.

While he overlooks his empire on the rise when his wife, Vaitye Sadow, walked up to her husband and stood beside him.

"Look at it, my dear" Nagar said gesturing his hand to the landscape to see Sith people moving around in the empire. "Our empire is being rebuilt, after years of being under ground."

"I see, my love." Vaitye said to Naga. "My whole life, I never thought that, we will ever come back after what happened."

"But, we did." Naga said with confidence making his hand into a fist. "We survived the war, what it has done to us and everything else in our path."

Vaitye put her arms around her husband's waist and kissed him on the cheek.

In the distance, a young Sith boy around the age of 17 or 18 with black hair and golden-light eyes, walked up. "Mother, Father is it alright for me to go into the city for a little bit" asked the young boy.

Naga and Vaitye turned around and looked at their son. "Yes, you may go, Ravlan." Vaitye said to her son.

Ravlan turned around, as he was about to leave, when his father called out. "Remember, you have training later." Naga reminded Ravlan.

Ravlan turned back around to face his father."Yes, father." and he left.

Vaitye and Naga turned to look over their empire.

At the Jedi Temple, a short-green Jedi was in meditation when he sensed something gone amiss in the Force.

"Master Yoda, is there something wrong?" Mace Windu asked.

"There is, the Sith species, has risen, again." Yoda told Windu.

"How… How is this possible? The Sith species have been died for a long time." Windu surprised about the news of the Sith.

"Unknown this is, investigate on the matter, we must." Yoda told Windu as they left the room.

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