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PoweredPiggybacking on Holly's sharp canine senses, I heard and smelled Kael before he leaped off a fire escape and landed next to us in the shade of the dumpster.
I stayed crouched but Holly stood, her tail wagging. She licked Kael's hand. Using my Power, I ordered her to sit. She sat, her tail still wagging.
I nodded to the dumpster. “Good thing you didn’t jump on this piece of junk. It must be one of those 2030 models.”
Kael ignored my words and Holly’s licking, his face tense.
“What did you sense?” I whispered.
“It’s Razor’s gang again. I got a reading on one of them.” Kael stood on his tiptoes to peer over the edge of the dumpster. Stretching out made it even more obvious his growth spurt had involved height first and hadn’t got around to putting the muscles on his bones. “They’ve got one of the Guardians captured. That place is crawling with Razor’s gang.” He gazed across the street, toward one of
Christmas on OnderonOnderon, one year after Order 66
Ahsoka stared at the figures shoved in a small alcove of the cave wall. Were they toys? No. They couldn't be for children. They were made of some material that would shatter the second they were played with roughly. Besides, the Onderon Rebels didn't have any kids around. Why would one of them put figures in an alcove?
Ahsoka examined the scene. A man and woman, both human, bent over some sort of feed trough containing a baby. Farther back, three men, dressed in robes bore objects. A few poorer looking humans stood with animals of some sort. Perched on part of the cave's rock face, a winged humanoid stood. An angel? She'd heard some of the Rebels mention them. Was this some religious thing? With a cold frost covering the scene, it gave it a ghostly appearance.
"It's a Nativity Scene."
Ahsoka turned to see Lux watching her.
Lux shrugged. "A lot of the guys believe t
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