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T.I. S1E1: Pilot ~FB~
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This is a new series style that I wanted to try out, tell me what you think in the comments below.:) I also apologise for the poor quality pics. Enjoy.
About this creation
Turmoil has engulfed the GALACTIC IMPERIUM as war returns to Sector 54. After their crushing victory against the tyrannical IMPERIUM at Weller Base, AURELIA has recharged and reopened many fronts of battle across the system. A system that had brieflly felt free of the ravages of war is inserted in the crossfires as the conflict between the two old enemies reignites.


This change in the tides of war has made it difficult for the Imperium’s limited armies to maintain peace and order in the galaxy. Prompted by this, inventor Xion Corsair offers his CASTS to assist the overwhelmed Imperial forces.


Little does the famed inventor know that the Imperium has secretly begun construction of a new armored space station. When completed, this ultimate weapon will spell certain doom for the rebels struggling to restore freedom to the galaxy.


Meanwhile, a young Briton lives and works far from his home planet, having no idea of his past…


June 19, 2098

An Imperium cruiser drifts above Deltar Five, as CX-15 fighters and troop-transports rocket toward the planet. On the surface a smuggler and his crew work feverishly under the night sky to load their freighter.

“Oh, ef on’y OI hadn’t got mixed up en dis job wi’ the Aurelians, OI wouldn’t have ta deal wi’ the Imperium!” the smuggler I was working for, an older unhealthy man, moaned. Around us, Aurelian troopers were rushing through the Deltarian city, preparing to defend themselves from the Imperium and organizing starships for their retreat.



“You dehr, boy!” the smuggler barked, “Load dhose crates up! We doan’t ‘ave toime ta waste!” I was tired from loading most of the other crates, but I knew I had to obey. The last guy who didn’t obey was left behind, and I certainly didn’t want to be left with the Imperium.



I began picking through the crates, seeing which ones were lighter and could be loaded first. Although they were all different sizes, they were also all equally as heavy as the next.



Blaster fire echoed in the distance. I picked a crate and just began loading it. Shouts from Aurelian troopers made it clear: The Imperium had arrived. By the moon’s light I could just barely make out the landing craft on the rolling green hills in the distance, unloading their deadly cargo of Imperium henchmen.

“ ’Urry boy!” the smuggler shouted, fear evident in his tone, “Load dhose crates!” I hefted up a crate, my arms felt as though they’d fall off. As I placed the crate on the cargo elevator, the speaker-like voice of an imperial trooper sounded behind me. I froze. Two troopers, one with a bright orange pauldron, moved into the courtyard in which our freighter was parked.



“You there! Stop!” the Imperial officer ordered. The smuggler gave an undignified yelp before ducking back into his ship and closing the ramp behind him. It was clear he had no intentions of waiting for me. The Imperial troopers began firing at the ship, as its engines roared to life. Snapping out of what easily could have been a trance, I ducked for cover. More Imperial troopers entered the courtyard as the ship lifted off and rocketed away. Before it could get far, CX-15 fighters were on its tail. The ship was soon shot down, and it crashed upon the grassy plains, exploding in brilliant shades of blue, yellow… and red. I sidestepped into an alleyway, but not unnoticed as I had hoped.

“You there! Stop in the name of the Imperium!!” ordered the Imperial officer. Lasers sparked as I dodged around corners. The officer’s voice soon became muffled as I ducked and weaved my way through the labyrinth of alleyways. I must’ve run in a circle, because I could very clearly hear the officer in front of me, or was it just an echo? I hadn’t the time to mull it over, as soon as I came across it I entered a small courtyard, in which a mark-9 was parked. Two Legionnaires stood across from me on the other side of the courtyard, but they hadn’t noticed me yet. I could see the unfortunately smashed pilot on the ground nearby his ship.



I bolted for the ship when I heard my pursuers’ voices echo behind me. I was forced to abandon the ship, however, and elude down another set of alleyways as the Legionnaires caught sight of me as well. I noticed a doorway covered with a sheet and ducked inside. I quietly backed away from the entryway, just hoping the Imperial troopers wouldn’t come through.




Suddenly, I tripped on something behind me and fell into a grouping of boxes causing quite a bit of much unneeded noise.



I had tripped on an astromech, these were rather new to the galaxy and I had never seen one until now, except in the magazine article where I had read about them. Both the astromech and myself turned as Imperial troopers spoke outside, “I heard something over there. Check it out.”



I held my breath, as the thump of steps became louder and closer. The astromech flipped up a scanner out of its cylindrical body and made a quick scan of the room. It rolled over to a rug on the floor, then began moving to get the rug out of the way, revealing a grate on the floor.



I crawled over and opened it, the footsteps getting closer.



The astromech dropped inside, and I followed, pulling the hatch and rug back over top of us.





The footsteps pounded above, then stopped.



“Nothing in here!” an Imperial trooper reported through the doorway above after a pause.



I got up to remove the hatch, but the astromech caught the edge of my jacket with one of its flip-out repair arms. It shook its head, then paused as if listening for something.



Then it nodded, and let me go. I shoved aside the grate, and hefted the little droid out. It beeped a “thank-you” and rolled out the door. I followed after him, “Hey, where are you going?” The droid didn’t stop, but just kept going.



C&C appreciated!



Comments

 I like it 
  August 13, 2018
I agree with what the others have said; the flow of the story is really well done! Looking forward to see what happens from here!
 I made it 
  July 29, 2018
Quoting Caleb R. This is fantastic! Really enjoyed the story here for sure. It was tough to see the pictures (that might be because I'm on a mobile device), but the story flowed so well, I hardly even needed them! It's great to see other story tellers still on the pages!
The pics were supposed to be set at night, so I was taking them "at night." You can see how well that worked for me.xP Thank you.;)
 I made it 
  July 29, 2018
Quoting Meepinater C. nice... I like that astromech, seems like a cool character. Is he gonna stick with the guy? cuz that would be awesome...
Not originally, but I can figure something out.;) Thanks for reading!
 I made it 
  July 29, 2018
Quoting --R.K. Blast-- Interesting start! I look forward to more. Please remember to put the build type in the title though. (FB, GC, LB etc.) 4 points! --Blast--
Edited acordingly.;)
 I like it 
  July 17, 2018
This is fantastic! Really enjoyed the story here for sure. It was tough to see the pictures (that might be because I'm on a mobile device), but the story flowed so well, I hardly even needed them! It's great to see other story tellers still on the pages!
 I like it 
  July 17, 2018
Interesting start! I look forward to more. Please remember to put the build type in the title though. (FB, GC, LB etc.) 4 points! --Blast--
 I like it 
  July 16, 2018
nice... I like that astromech, seems like a cool character. Is he gonna stick with the guy? cuz that would be awesome...
 I made it 
  July 16, 2018
Quoting Captain Kenbo So reboot then? It's good, the writing was done well and it all felt fast paced. Maybe you should've included the character's name though.
Well, with the other story I was sacrificing time to get to the challenges for quality, if that makes sense. I might slowly continue it when I can, but it won't have the earth-shattering impact on the RP that it was planned to have. Shoot, I know I forgot something. His name, I don't know, Wasn't really thinking that direction... I'm thinking his name will be Winslow DeVassilaz.
 I made it 
  July 16, 2018
Quoting Benjamin O So, just trying to remember, you're an Auralian, then? Either way, welcome! I like your story already. Have't seen an astromech droid before. Should be fun. Can't wait to see what you do next!
Collective. That's good. I was hoping they were new not just to my story, but to the RP as a whole. Neither can I- oh wait.xD Thank you and keep on brickin'!
 I like it 
  July 15, 2018
So reboot then? It's good, the writing was done well and it all felt fast paced. Maybe you should've included the character's name though.
 I like it 
  July 15, 2018
So, just trying to remember, you're an Auralian, then? Either way, welcome! I like your story already. Have't seen an astromech droid before. Should be fun. Can't wait to see what you do next!
 
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