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Mazion Tyl: The Apprentice

By Zach Halteman (epic146)

Scifi / Adventure

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Mazion Tyl is a poor scavenger on the Forest Moon of Endor. He lives a lonely life with no parents to guide him. His only friend is a Wookie named Noss. As Salvatore, Avin Dimordo, and Karik Bane exile to Endor for training and in hiding of the First Order, they meet Mazion, and a new journey awakens.

1; The Trees Don't Help

Kashyyyk really blows. For instance, I’m always getting raided by those annoying Ewoks. They keep stealing my berries and bread! It’s so aggravating. Ahem, um, anyway. The name’s Mazion. Mazion Tyl. Routine Scavenger and Wookie Whisperer. Hehe. Wookie Whisperer. Anywho, I live here on Kashyyyk . I live in a Wookie colony. I, kinda, have no parents. They sorta left me here, then they died, so... Yeah, I’m all alone. Well, I do have Noss. He’s my childhood friend. I met him when I was dropped off at age four. We got along quite well. And now I’m stuck here, 13 and an orphan. Sheesh. Honestly, there’s too MUCH oxygen here that the trees don’t help at all. I just hope... One day... Someone will find me, and treat me like a human, not a Wookie. Here’s hoping...

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