Hunt ​The Sun Runner (Star Wars Adventures 1.) 2 csillagozás

Ryder Windham: Hunt The Sun Runner

A Nallastian freighter sends out a distress signal and a Fondor Space Patrol ship responds. Although they cannot find the freighter, they do find a mysterious ship that appears to be the Sun Runner. The Sun Runner is a ghost ship that supposedly carries devices that will render other ships inoperable. Shortly after dispatching a message droid to the superior, the Space Patrol vessel suddenly goes silent.

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Scholastic, New York, 2002
90 oldal · puhatáblás · ISBN: 043945879X

Enciklopédia 2

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Obi-Wan Kenobi · Anakin Skywalker


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Obi-Wan did not look pleased.
„Imagine my suprise, finding you here,” Obi-Wan continued, „after I instructed you to go to your stateroom and meditate.”
„I did meditate, Master”, Anakin replied as he clipped his lightsaber to his belt. „But I was restless.”

13-14. oldal

Kapcsolódó szócikkek: Anakin Skywalker · Obi-Wan Kenobi
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„But first,” he said, „you may clean up your mess.”
„But the sanitation droid can -”
„You didn't have to destroy the remotes, Anakin.”
Anakin shrugged. With one hand, he made a sweeping gesture at the remotes' fused pieces, using the Force to make them rise from the floor. A moment later, the debris whipped through the air and neatly passed through a trash slot in the wall.
Obi-Wan raised his eyesbrows at Anakin's handiwork, then commented, „If the sanitation droid develops an inferiority complex, it will be your fault.”

14-15. oldal

Kapcsolódó szócikkek: Anakin Skywalker · Obi-Wan Kenobi

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