Log-line: "A powerful force wielder is transported to another world in the face of new danger in an attempt to warn his allies using an ancient technique."
Dramatic Question: "Will this Jedi ever return to his home-world in one piece?"
“As the speed of light in the form of a human emerged from a time-lapse-like paradox, the being realized he had created a slew of worlds behind him. One in which two gods had a child who viciously roamed the universe, destroying the galaxy piece by piece."
"Dimensions eventually merged and manifolded over one another as a result. This crack, much to the surprise of the light beings, created a new multiverse, which in turn created new worlds throughout the galaxy. It started the force combining with the universe in its infinite form.”
Obi-Wan Kenobi, who was once set in the clone wars era following the events of The Phantom Menace, grew wiser in his time after defeating Darth Maul, the Sith Lord. The death of Obi Wan's master, Qui-Gon Jinn, continued to haunt him in his dreams. The victory itself came at a high cost. Qui-Gon Jinn had been killed in battle with Darth Maul, and the prophecy of great balance of the force was at stake.
Before completing his training of the young boy named Anakin Skywalker, Obi-Wan Kenobi focused his attention on the great wave of force that surrounded him. He attempted to bend reality to his will in the hopes of transforming through time and space and transporting himself into what the Jedi referred to as the Force Speed.
Obi-Wan had used this ancient technique to arrive faster in the Jedi home-world of Coruscant, and he had used the ability to travel through the Force itself for the first time to warn the remaining Jedi Order of the Sith's arrival. As Obi-Wan continued his journey into the unknown of the force, it appeared to him that he had traveled at the hyper-speed of the universe.
Obi-Wan was startled by a burst of thunder and lightning that began to occur rapidly all around the Force Speed. Suddenly, a few grotesque jellyfish-like tentacles attached themselves to the Jedi. After being knocked out of his spiritual hyper-speed transition, the Jedi felt himself aging. Obi-Wan awoke in a cell aboard a ship, feeling older than he had ever felt.
Obi-Wan suspected that a Sith had pursued the Jedi after the Force Speed monster had attacked him. The sound of swords swishing, canons unloading aggressively, and sea water slamming against the ship's deck greeted Obi-Wan.
The crew-mates had been asked to move to the second level of the ship by the captain's right-hand man as the ship's captain began yelling at them to take cover. The order was to continue taking the munitions on top of the ship, which happened to be directly below the location of Obi-Wan's cells, where he had been imprisoned.
Obi-Wan's attention is quickly drawn away from his thoughts as he begins to hear something extremely powerful emanating from outside of the ship. Following a minor earthquake, there was an evil, terrifying, sinister roar. For a brief moment, the Jedi Knight closed his eyes as he searched the force, and what he discovered terrified him.
Obi-Wan's concentration was broken when the odor of the dead crew mates caught in gray water reminded him of a rotting Hutt on Tatooine, and he began looking for a place to brace himself.
As night fell and things began to calm down around the Jedi Knight, Obi-Wan couldn't help but notice a prisoner, or so it appeared, talking to himself over and over. Obi-Wan's sensations were eerily familiar; perhaps a Sith ghost had followed the Jedi after the Force speed monster wounded him.
In a moment of concentration, an enormous figure appeared in Obi-Wan Kenobi's vision, emerging from the shadows of space's black matter. The Titan-like entity's movements got obscured as they traveled through the cosmos. This Titan was able to drain the energy out of several planets throughout the Vegaa solar system by exploiting its ability of absorption into darkness.
The cosmic reaper pushed these planets to rot to their planetary cores, forcing them to die and explode in an explosion of energy and stardust one by one. Obi-Wan attempted to peek into his vision using ancient tactics developed by the Elder Jedi's of the earliest Jedi Order. Obi-Wan saw the blackness of the utmost power before his eyes.
Obi-Wan needed to grasp and comprehend his new spiritual location before a new conflict began that he didn't want to be a part of. Even after the sea battle was over, the lost Jedi was imprisoned for the night with the chattering prisoner.
The Jedi learned from shipmates as dawn broke that he was being held in the prison cell of Captain Salazar, the Snake Whisperer, a pirate lord.
Captain Salazar had been given advice by a mysterious figure named Slytherin who was rumored to be a prominent wizard, offering the captain the location of a great mystic snake living in a vast cave somewhere deep in the waters of this planet, hoping not to be like the many ships that had been destroyed in search of this treasure.
This mystic reptile was said to grant the wishes of any brave soul who dared to enter its abyss, and Captain Salazar planned to kill and consume its flesh for magical powers.
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