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The Ultimate series book 1: The Ultimate Padawan

By Selurekim

Adventure / Action

Chapter 1

Master Naomi was training when suddenly the guards came rushing in. "What's going on?" master Naomi asked the guards told her that the baby appeared out of nowhere in front of them with a note that said "train him" "Give me him." Master Naomi was going to train this little boy to become her padawan.


She watched as her baby was taken away by the Jedi master. She didn't know why her father insisted that she do this, it was the most painful thing she'd ever done. Her son was going to be raised to be a hero and he would save the universe.

*12 years later*

Michael smelled the burning smell of his training lightsaber as he fought his opponent Dalg. Dalg Went for a head blow as Michael high blocked with his lightsaber and countered with a side strike. Dalg was Michael's best friend he had been with Michael since they were little. Dalg went for the heart stab Michael did a triple back flip. The referee droid called the end of round 1, round 2 was Michael's favorite part because that's when you got to use the force. "Round 2!" The droid drawls. Michael focused and drew the force to him and it came instantly he dropped his lightsaber and lifted Dalg into the air and dropped him. Dalg floated inches above the ground and he let himself down, Dalg hit Michael with a ball of the force. Michael slid back a few feet. "My turn." He muttered Michael formed a force wave and hit Dalg. Dalg flew into the wall, Michael walked up to him and helped him up. Master Naomi says " Your next opponent is our strongest student in the Jedi academy, Slagnar." A human boy walked in he looked intense as he gave Michael a death glare. He had on a brown Jedi robe and he had a slasher scar on his face. Dalg just looked worried and pale he mouthed the words "good luck."

"Begin let it!" Said Yoda "You can use the force and you lightsaber in this match." Said the droid. Slagnar drew his lightsaber Michael drew his, Michael blasted Slagnar with the force. Slagnar blocked it, Slagnar charged at Michael and did an upward slash. Michael blocked, and countered with a side slash. The lightsaber made contact, Slagnar Roared with rage. Michael did a back flip and used a force wave. Slagnar jumped up and slammed the lightsaber down on Michael's head. And everything went black...

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