A ship drifts in space, away from planets or any sign of life. Among the ship stands a single woman, leaning on the window looking out into the galaxy.
“You really got yourself into this one Althea…”
She says to herself, seeming dejected.
“Yeah, I mean it’s not every day that you see the pacifist Althea steal a shi-”
A blaster flies across the room to silence whoever was talking, however, she was there alone looking back into the ship.
“Oh was that aimed at me? Oh my dear Althea, you’re still trying to keep me out? How did that go for you last time? Hmm?”
Althea turned back to the window soon hearing the voices taunts. Staring into her reflection a head appears from behind hear. It was a woman’s, blue, with two Lekki hanging down around the neck. Once Althea made eye contact the face spoke again.
“Is this what you become without me? Some drifter who can’t open up about anything?”
“Orbiting… Technically it’s called orbiting Seela… but you never listened well.”
“And she talks after all! With insults! That’s not very Jedi like is it now?”
“I lost that right when I followed you… sacrificed all that, for you and then you just…”
“Do what I was ordered to? Please, I did what everyone else did in the war. You were the only one to disobay orders.”
“I… we werent ordered to kill prisoners Seela… But you killed so many…”
“I helped win the war! What did you think the mandalorians would just take this defeat and disappear?! No! They’re a threat that needs to be delt with in full, so no one can experience their onslaught.”
“Don’t give me your bullshit Seela. You won ok, you left me, so why are you back? What is it that you want from me?”
“I don’t want anything Althea. Or maybe I do? I wonder something though. How sure are you that you’re talking to me? I mean this is what you wanted right? To get away from everyone to make sure they’re not hurt. But what if I am not real, my little flower? What does that mean for all those actions you just did?”
There was silence after that, Seela’vidas face no longer visible in the reflection. There Althea stood, angry, searching and screaming.