Star Wars: Choose Your Destiny: A Luke & Leia Adventure by Cavan Scott

Star Wars: Choose Your Destiny: A Luke & Leia Adventure by Cavan Scott

Author:Cavan Scott
Language: eng
Format: epub
Publisher: Disney Lucasfilm Press
Published: 2018-10-02T04:00:00+00:00


Dropping his guard, Luke received a stun bolt to his side. His lightsaber clattered to the deck.

How would they get out of this one?

THE END

CAN YOU GO BACK AND HELP LUKE AND LEIA MAKE BETTER CHOICES?

BY THE TIME the Falcon’s landing gear was deployed, Luke’s neck was stiff and his back ached. They waited until they heard the boarding party stomp down the main ramp before lifting the deck plate and clambering out.

Returning to the cockpit, Luke looked out the windows at an expanse of junked technology stretching as far as he could see. Having grown up on Tatooine, he was used to dunes of sand but had never seen hills of wrecked machinery. There were broken-down droids and dozens of spaceships, some intact but most stripped down to their superstructures. Steelpeckers wheeled in the sky above the vast junkyard while figures toiled amid the rubbish, picking over the scrapped star cruisers.

One particular craft caught Leia’s attention.

“There,” she said, pointing to a medium transport on the horizon.

“Send a message to the fleet, Artoo,” Luke instructed the astromech droid. “Tell them we’ve found the Nema.”

R2-D2 tried to do as he was told but soon reported that it was impossible.

“The signal’s being blocked,” Luke said, checking the comm system. “No transmissions can leave the planet.”

“Can we at least take off?” Leia asked, sitting in the copilot’s chair.

R2 delivered more bad news. “The Falcon’s been clamped,” Luke said, interpreting the droid’s bleeps.

“Clamped? How?”

“There’s only one way to find out,” Luke said, handing Leia his blaster. “You may need this.”

They crept down the ramp into the vast junkyard. The air was warm and stank of grease, but there was no sign of the raiders who had taken them there. They’d probably gone off to claim payment from whoever ran the place. It wasn’t like the Falcon was going anywhere, thanks to the large metal clamp attached to its landing gear. There was no way of taking off without ripping the ship in two.

“Look,” said Leia, pointing toward a group working in the heat beside what looked like the metal skeleton of a downed Imperial walker. They were surrounded by imposing robots, each holding electro-whips. They looked like old commando droids from the Clone Wars, their armor painted green and a strange symbol emblazoned on their angular chests.

As Luke watched, one of the scavengers stumbled and fell, only to feel the crack of an electro-whip across his back.

“They’re slaves,” Leia said, horrified.

DO THEY HELP THE SLAVE WORKERS?

YES—TURN TO PAGE 48.

NO—TURN TO PAGE 88.



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