- Apr 19, 2015
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Jungle of Tund
Asher didn't know a way of getting back to civilization and no doubt the only way of surviving was to get though whatever Darth Cain had him doing here. Though a small part of him was glad to be away from the mass of people, where the only thing he needed to worry about was animals and bugs. Something that was clear in its hatred of you, felt far more alive and comforting then when it pretends to care for you. In some twisted sense Asher enjoyed the isolation from the rest of civilization but, the bugs and lack of sentient contact wasn't something he was used to. It sucked but it seemed like Asher would need to trust he wasn't set out here to die by the man he now called master. Though the Annoo-Dat didn't see the logic in it, his paranoia push the thought in the forefront of his mind. He quickly looked around at the tree's and flowing water all around him, making the air smell funny, or at least to a city person like Asher it smelled weird; unnatural. With his usual attire he wasn't left with much protection, though being a Annoo-Dat did have some advantages like strong muscles and large form.
"I swear if he just took me here to kill some beast." Asher spoke in a low voice hoping it would not be detected.
In truth he wasn't told for the specific purpose, being a lonely student and a new one at that meant he wasn't capable of getting much in the way of respect. Most likely he would need to learn about this stupid force thing that everyone talks about now. It was strange for him but also familiar to the Annoo-Dat. Asher was picked up because of what he could be thanks to his species, now he was picked up thanks to what he might become, and in the end a weapon was his supposed new purpose. Asher just needed to find a way of making himself a weapon that only he had control over.
For now he needed to play the student and learn or no doubt he would be left behind at best, at worst killed for not meeting what they want. And the threat of death was a good way of pushing Asher to doing what was needed.