Your leaders were always focused on the future, never the now. Their foresight is indeed powerful, but the future is always in motion. One seeks to use you, yet there are others here - like me, who left their mark.
The Jedi Knight kept very still, voice growing distant. It took a time for the fire to die out, but when it did, a doorway opened beyond it, stretching out into another gloomy hallway. Standing, the Knight ventured over to the doorway, tucking its hands into the large sleeves of its robes. But beyond even the halls, the pitter-patter of clawed feet drew close. Unflinching, the Jedi calmly reached up to flip back its hood, and in turn, the robes fell into a heap on the floor, leaving nothing behind. Into the room, came a trio of ghostly creatures, malformed and vicious. Their sights were set firmly on Sen-rah, eager to devour.
Do not believe everything here is irrefutable truth. Above all, do not be manipulated by the Dark Side. Make your own choice, and face the now.
Post by Acolyte Vralas on Nov 19, 2016 4:02:59 GMT
His leaders? Sen-rah was never someone who did well under the scrutiny of "authority." Those that tried to tell him what to do learned quickly that he would promptly do nothing of the sort. Jin'Asimi learned it too. Which was why Sen-rah was not told to venture back to Voss, but told that he might find something of use in a return trip to Voss. Still, he was beginning to find it all a waste of time.
Foresight, Future, Time, Motion... One seeks to use him... If his eyes were not already closed due to the meditation, he would have closed them as he buried his face into his palm. He heaved a heavy sigh. "Time is a lie, there is only patience. Through patience, I gain perspective. Through perspective, I gain knowledge. Through knowledge, I gain control..." Standing up, he'd turn to face these supposed creatures come to do him harm. His eyes opened, and through the haze of that yellow-toned world around him, he searched for them, as his hands slipped to his side. He did not reach for a weapon, for he knew the details of Dream-Walking. He'd garnered a sense of the differences in reality and 'fears' in the ritual performed. He always felt he did will, but the other Mystics often chastised him for the means by which he completed the task.
"The other Mystics, with their shortsighted, incompetent minds, made the choice for me a long time ago."
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