(So this story takes place after the end of Star Wars Rebels. I always pictured Ezra having a jedi accademy. The ranks are Masters or Padawans or Younglings. Padawans are one big class and younglings are the same. Padawans near in age have classes together. As a padawan they can study what they want to)
Ezra Bridger stood on the balcony of the training room, watching his students climb an imposing rock wall.
“Almost there!” Kevty Stargaver said, encouraging her fellow students. “We can do it!”
“Oh shut up!” a red twi’lek named Jannor growled.
Kevty sighed, Jannor had never liked her. She kept climbing, suddenly she felt a sharp shooting pain through her hand and looked up, “Jannor stop!” she cried
The twi’lek kept kicking her hand until she lost her grip on the rock.
She hung on to the ledge with her other hand, trying not to fall. “Stop Jannor!”
Suddenly someone reached out a hand to her. “Grab my hand!”
“Aidor! Kevty! Jannor!” Ezra said sharply.
“Yes Master?” they all said in unison.
“Finish climbing the wall, then I want to see you in my office.
“Yes Master!” they went back to climbing the wall.
Kevty reached the top first, then Aidor and then Jannor.
“Nice job!” Acesa said.
Kevty stared at Acesa, she was beautiful, her white blond hair was up in a traditional bun, symblyzing her loyalty to her clan and her tan tunic and robe were spotless.
“Thanks!” Aidor said.
Kevty just waved.
“Well, Master Ezra is waiting for you guys, you had better go.”
They nodded and walked toward Ezra's office.
“Why did you try and knock me off the wall, Jannor?” Kevty asked.
“Because you always win, little miss perfect!”
“That’s because I trained and prepared. If you don’t train then you can’t win.”
Jannor growled and slapped Kevty across the face, “SHUT UP!”
Suddenly Jannor was suspended in the air.
Ezra cleared his throat. “ENOUGH!” he spun Jannor around in the air and set him down on the ground. “Enough I say.”
Kevty stared at the ground, why did Jannor hate her?
“Are you alright, Padawan Kevty?” Ezra asked.
“Yes Master Ezra.”
“Go on to your next class, Aidor go with her.”
Aidor nodded, “Yes Master Ezra,” he gently led Kevty away. “What’s wrong, Kev?”
“N-nothing, it’s just….. I don’t understand why Jannor hates me so much. What did I do to make him upset?” Kevty asked, tears in her eyes.
“Nothing, he’s just a jerk. I’ll make sure that the Masters knows about how he behaves,” Aidor said
“Why not?! The Masters need to know.”
“No!” Kevty shook her head. “Why not, Kevty, tell me why you don’t want them to know.”
“Because they’ll only bully me more!” Kevty was near tears.
Aidor hugged her. “Fine, I won’t tell them, but you need to find a way to tell them or to get Jannor to stop bullying you.”
“Ok,” Kevty hugged him back.
They walked to their next class together.
“Kevty, that’s not how you wire a lightsaber,” Master Sonesta said, smiling at Kevty.
“Sorry Master Sonesta. I got distracted,” Kevty quickly took apart the pieces of her lightsaber. To be honest she hadn’t been distracted, she had been meditating and this is what the Force had told her to make.
Sonesta smiled, “It’s alright, Kevty. If that is what the Force is calling you to make go ahead and make it that way.”
“Thank you, Master Sonesta,” she went back to meditating.
Sonesta smiled and walked away, helping another student build his lightsaber.
Suddenly there was a loud click and a fully formed lightsaber dropped into Kevty’s hand. She ignited it and heard the cheers of her classmates. She had made her lightsaber. The blue blade was beautiful and the silver hilt shone in the light of the classroom. “Master Sonesta, I finished my lightsaber.”
“Go ahead and test it on one of the training dummies.”
Kevty swung the saber at the training dummy, slicing it in two.
The room erupted with cheers.
“Good work, Padawan Kevty!” Sonesta said.
Kevty smiled, her gaze fixed on her saber.
Aidor smiled, “Good job, Kevty!”
Kevty left the classroom, a smile on her face. She was the first of all the padawans to build her lightsaber
“Good job today!” Aidor said, smiling happily.
“Your saber is unique.”
“I’ll take that as a complement,” Kevty said with a laugh.
(To be continued)