STAR WARS: Trials of Knighthood CH2The Dusty Gizka dropped out of hyperspace, and already Bit was feeling anxious. The large, gray-green orb looming ahead of them was none other than Nal Hutta; the homeworld of the Hutts, and political head of any and all under-the-table dealings. Off to the right, however, was their current goal. Nar Shadda, the moon of the Hutt homeworld, was generously called "Little Coruscant" by some beings, and "that wretched hive" by others. While only those close to the Hutts were allowed to go to the planet proper, all other kinds of racketeering and debauchery took place on the moon.More Like This
"This is where we'll find parts for lightsabers?" Coram asked incredulously. "The Hutts are gangsters. They'd just as soon sell us as Jedi target practice than help us on our quest."
Bit watched out of the corner of his photoreceptor as Coram fidgeted, and began his descent towards the moon, "It's just as Master Vrash said. All the best finds are outside of the republic's jurisdiction, and this planet is basically
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The Sith Lord known as Darth Pravius began his life among the Jedi at the newly rebuilt Jedi Temple on Dantooine in the year 198ABY. Found as a small child in a crash landed space capsule, the Jedi at the Temple saw what looked like a meteor crashing not far from the Temple and went to investigate.
Upon their arrival, they could feel a presence in the Force unlike anything they have ever felt. Looking into the crater, they saw a small, spherical pod, still steaming from re-entry into the planets atmosphere. They went down to investigate and the door on the small pod opened. Showing an infant boy, hooked up to all kinds of life support equipment unlike anything they have ever seen.
The technology inside the small pod was completely alien to anything in the Jedi Archives. And the odd red, white and blue stars and stripes flag logo on the side of the craft was not recognized by the data network either. But the baby was alive and well. And