All was going as planned. Ashi rescued the children and prepared to free the rest of the citizens. But, one of his own betrayed him. Fortunately, Ashi was able to stand his ground, free the city guards, and take down the mercenaries holding his people captive. At the final moment, when victory was at hand, Ashi encountered something he had not expected. A dark figure loomed near the Rodian leader. The Rodian carried a lightsaber as well. Ashi fled out of fear and now must face his darkest days or forever live in fear of the darkness around him...
Star Wars: Ashi's Shame continues: Ashi has freed the captive children and now blends into another group of his people. He is ready to finish the job and get as many innocent Jahalans away from the mercenaries. But, betrayal will interrupt his plans. Someone else arrives and Ashi is not prepared for what is to come.
The story of Ashi continues as he works to free the hostages. Having freed one group of his people already, he now heads for the ship where the children are being held. Using the force and his training he must find a way to free the children and then free the rest of Elbor from the grips of Drak.
We return to Star Wars: Ashi's Shame. He has just encountered his long dead master who is now a ghost in the force. While there is a whole journey ahead of him, the immediate concern is the village of Elbor. A group of raiders have come and taken children hostage while their leader searches for the elusive Jedi. Ashi will have to free his people and not get caught by the greedy Drak and his band of mercenaries....
We return to the story of Ashi, the only Jahalan Jedi. His quest continues as does his trips down memory lane. But, he is not alone. Something dark is tracking him. Also, he will encounter a friend who he thought lost a long time ago.
And the adventure continues. We step back into the story of Ashi during his journey down memory lane. He is recalling the days in which he first met the Jedi order. Young Ashi is allowed to make a choice that will forever change his life.
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