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Star Wars Rebels: Kanan's Secrets

By ☆Mistress~Sabine~Jarrus☆

Fantasy / Scifi

Chapter 1: Feeling Watched

Lothal, Capital City, Markets 09:00AM

"Alright everyone get the supplies you need and return here in exactly one hour" Hera said giving Zeb and Ezra a stern look.
Everyone either replied with "yes", "yea" or just simply nodded before all heading off in different directions.
Sabine went off looking to find some new paint, while Zeb and Ezra went to go look for spare parts or objects that they could steal from the empire without causing and trouble since they both knew what Hera would do to them if they where caught causing trouble where none already was.
Kanan, Hera and Copper all left to head to try and find a new job to collect some more credits to buy food and fuel for the ghost and the crew.
Once entering a local cantina where usually go to find a new job Kanan suddenly froze in place, sensing a new presence in the force.
"Are you alright" Hera asked looking concerned at Kanan while he stood frozen in the doorway.
"I'm fine" Kanan said shaking himself out of his frozen position and continued to walk around looking for any familiar faces that could have caused this disturbance.
Suddenly Kanan saw a hooded figure standing in the corner reaching out to him.
Not know who it was Kanan insisted that they leave before any trouble started.
"Spector one to spector four, five and six, head back to the ghost immediately" Kanan said into his comm, fearing that the hooded figure might be the Inquisitor.
After getting the "on my way" signal in one way or another from Zeb, Ezra and Sabine, Hera, Copper and Kanan started making their way back to the ghost.
Suddenly Kanan froze up again, feeling the presence of another force-sensitive trying to reach out to him.
Kanan quickly shock of the feeling and urged Hera and Copper to get back to the Ghost as quick as possible.
Once arriving Kanan went straight into his room, shutting the door behind him and sat down in the middle of his dull grey room and began meditating, hoping that he could discover who was trying to reach out to him while in the markets.
"Hera what was so important that we needed to get back to the ghost so quickly?" Sabine asked slightly agitated because she didn't get her paint.
"I don't know" Hera asked looking at all of them an then sighing a little.
"Kanan sounded like we were about to get ambushed or something" Zeb said taking a seat on the couch in the common room where they were all discussing why they had been brought back from the markets so quickly without an explanation.
"Kanan suddenly panicked while we were out looking for a job for a couple of credits" Hera said looking concerned.
"What do you think spooked him out" Ezra asked looking at Hera worrying about his master.
"I really don't know but he seemed to kind of freeze up or something like something was grabbing hold of him, restricting his movement" Hera replied seeing the worry in Ezra's eyes.
"Why don't you go in and see Kanan's alright" Hera asked Ezra as she started to walking into the cockpit.
Knowing that he had little to no choice in the matter Ezra walked up to Kanan's door. knocking a couple of time and asking for permission to enter with no reply, Ezra entered the room and was shocked to see Kanan sitting on the floor meditating, but shaking, twitching him eyes and tensing up and shaking his head around like he was stuck in some kind of nightmare with no escape.
Not knowing what to do Ezra shock his master yelling his name "Kanan, Kanan" . . . "KANAN".
Then suddenly like a flick of a switch Kanan woke up looking at Ezra with his concerned and confused blue-green eyes, unsure of what to tell Ezra and the rest of the crew about what he just saw.

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