Well it seems we are destined for greatness at a faster pace than I even imagined. We have been summoned to Coriscant to begin our training in the Sith ways. But before we could prove our worth we received a message from Karl. Apparently the worthless Jedi that Malset had attempted to control was ready to meet with him again.
No sooner had we met with this simpering Jedi than she excused herself to the bathroom. I should have known we shouldn’t have let her go as she started running away from us. The chase was fierce but in the end Malset caught her just as she was attempting to board a ship to leave the planet. Malset turned her over to be corrupted and we were contacted by our new handler, Darth Erebus.
We were given the task of corrupting an entire planet to the Dark Side of the Force and were told that if we failed we should never return. After much discussion we went with the plan that Dr. Magnus had come up with to poison the water systems and then hack the filtering systems in several water treatment plants to ignore the corruption and this would then quickly finish the job. The only trick was what poison we would use, and with a little use of Sith Alchemy Magnus used the blood of Malset and combined with several other things this would be our weapon.
The planet is some huge mass of fungus that is actually one living organism. It is strange to be here but whagt is even stranger is the water treatment plants. They seam to have capital weapons mounted to the walls pointed into the forest. I have some substantial concerns about this, but we didn’t have the time to puzzle it out as we quickly swarmed the first treatment plant.
We quickly laid waste to all of the opposition and our new member was able to disable several battle droids. As we completed our task and hacked the computer to ignore the poison we heard a strange crash deep in the building. I had some fears, but I knew there was no way they could be true. I soon learned that I should have trusted my instincts.
Before we knew it a huge Rancor crashed through the doors and began to attack us. As terrifying as it looked, we quickly slew it as well. All in all a good day, except there were no dead Jedi at my feet.
It seems that Darth Erebus was pleased with our result, I suppose we shall see what he has in store for us next.