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Star Wars Episode VIII

By Jackson Snooks

Adventure / Scifi

Chapter 1 The Force

   In a galaxy far far away the Jedi and Sith was battling their problems when a boy was found on the planet of the Ewoks, Endor. The human boy was found crying in the snow as a small infant by the Ewoks. The Ewoks decided to raise the boy and teach him all they know about hunting and gathering. They named the boy Nyoo and appointed him the chefs son.


    Nyoo was thirteen and was hunting in the forest with the Ewoks and came across a small black box that was locked. Nyoo was curious about the box and took it back to the chef and the chef stuck the lock with a small axe and opened it inside was a light sabor and a small book. The chef explained to Nyoo that the light sabor was simular to the one that Luke Skywalker had and explained what power it had. The chef learned how to read and taught Nyoo how and told him he could read the book to himself when it came time to. 

    Nyoo studied hard and used the light Sabor only for hunting and didn't abuse the power of it.  Soon the winter came and the Ewoks stayed in their huts as Nyoo was sitting by the fire he grabbed the book and read the contents. "The force is a will and that will is to bring peace in the galaxy for all. The force is a serious and powerful will do not take it lightly". Nyoo was curious and studied the book as it taught him how to use the force. 

     A small cry was heard in the forest by Nyoo and carried on for hours the chef told Nyoo to examine it. As Nyoo stalked through the forest he ran into a boy about the same age as him and was also a human. Nyoo kept his space and pulled out a piece of meat he had stored away as a snack and offered it to the boy. The boy slowly went towards him and took the food and smiled as so did Nyoo, a friendship had opened.

    The boys taught each other much like how to speak one another's languages, how to hunt together, and how to use the force, the boy's name was Shade.  The boys became young men and started hunting big game until one day when hunting there was an accident. The boys where hunting when Shade got to close to a predator and the predator scratched his face and tried kill him but Nyoo used the force and slowly picked up the preditor and closed his fist crushing the rib cage with a furious crunch. "That wasn't right to use the force like that" Shade said sadly, "There is no right or wrong there is just surviving understand" Nyoo said sternly looking down.

    The Ewoks heard of a the Jedi rising again but the men were not joyful instead filled with hate for the destruction both sides has caused to so many in need. The boys decided to go their own way and stumbled upon a light sabor partially stuck into the ground. Shade picked it up as it turned green and retracted, he took it as a symbol that it was his now. The men set up their own hut and started to learn how to fight with light sabors and used each other as opponents and became quite skilled in the art. 

    The men were tired of hearing about the destruction both sides created and decided they were going to bring peace and they alone were going to stop the war once and for all. A rebel pilot landed near their hut and got out of his craft to look around the boys waited till he wasn't looking and sneaked over to the craft using hand signals. The men jumped into the craft and were confused on the controls but Nyoo closed his eyes as the force taught him what to do and took off to a far planet. The men got taken up by a Scimitar and taken in the ship.

    A man in dark clothing came up and looked around the boys and pointed at Nyoo's light sabor. "That is the light sabor of Darth Vader and you have stolen it I demand it back". Nyoo raised his hand holding up the man in dark clothing and the storm troopers beside him saying "This light sabor is mine and mine alone you will not comand me to do anything" as he slammed them to the floor. The men ran back to the rebel craft and stormed off into the galaxy with t fighters following. A storm trooper got up and walked over to the man in black and said "Are they Jedi general Ren?".

    The men fought the t fighters with slick moves and barely escaped. The men crashed landed on a planet that was close to take refuge. The men walked out into sand and took heed in a small shack. Many different species were in this shack laughing and drinking different liquids when they sat and asked a man where they were he sad "You're in Tatooine and don't ask me again".

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