Star Wars; Into The Black

Anger is a wind which blows out the lamp of the mind.

In violence we forget who we are.

So maybe I’m not a tool, at least not the right one. What I think was needed was the knife of a surgeon instead they got a massive Sledgehammer. So okay at first I tried to be that exact delicate blade to slice into the ships system. I started by getting the computer to like me and to increase my access level until I got to captain level. It was at that time I first got to know of my adversary, the real captain. And still at this point I was still a blade but becoming a sword. It was a duel with me on one side and the captain and the computer on the other, and they were ready for me. Well, they were ready for someone to attack the systems but they were far from ready for me. I think when the captain saw what he was faced with he was at a loss of what to do.

I am sure that for most other ships they do this to, the force they had in the hangar was more than enough, and I could tell they had more to put into the fight given time to do so. I have no doubt that if the captain had sent more into the fight we might have lost some of our numbers, but he didn’t. I am not sure why 100%, but I bet the role I played has something to do with it. He was ready for all the firefight we could hurl his way, but not an attack from within.

I am sure that if Vella was able to withstand the assault I would have kept my edge and dueled with him for a long time. But then I saw Vella fall and my heart fell with her. My keen edge was reshaped into a blunt object of mass destruction. I wanted to destroy everything with this ship and all of the crew onboard. I didn’t want to just get away I wanted them to never ever hurt Vella AGAIN!!! I am not ashamed of what I became in some part because I was going to destroy, no, that is not a strong enough word, obliterate, annihilate or devastate would be better. I wanted to wipe out I wanted extinguish them, I wanted to… Oh the Link what have I done…




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