This is another KOTOR story that I thought it would be fun to write. It's basically me making fun of a few things that happened during my first time playing the game (although it was with the female Revan). If this turns out okay, I might write another one from her perspective. I don't own KOTOR or anything.
Victor pulled his blanket over his head to drown out the noise that had interrupted his dream. He was about to go back to sleep when the room began to shake. He sat up and got ready to get out of bed when the room shook again. This time, it shook with enough force to dump him off of his bunk and onto the floor, causing him to hit his head on the footlocker next to the bed. He sat up just in time to see a blonde haired man run into the room.
"The Endar Spire is under attack!" He cried, "We've been ambushed by a Sith battle fleet. I'm not sure how much longer we can hold them off."
"What the crap's an Endar Spire?" Victor demanded as he rubbed the back of his head.
The man looked confused for a moment. "Did you fall out of your bed and hit your head or something?" He asked before answering Victor's question. "The Endar Spire is the ship that you're currently stationed on…this ship. You probably don't even know who I am do you?"
"I'm Trask Ulgo. I'm your bunkmate here on the Endar Spire. We work opposite shifts, so that's probably why you've never seen me before." The man explained.
"That's stupid." Victor grunted.
Trask's eyes narrowed a bit. "You're stupid."
Victor crossed his arms. "Your logic is stupid…and so are you."
"Why is my logic stupid?"
"Because you come in here asking if I know who you are, then you turn around and explain to me why I don't know who you are. You knew I didn't know you to start with!" Victor yelled. The ship shook again.
Suddenly, Trask remembered what he'd come to warn Victor about. "Hurry up- We don't have much time. We have to find Bastila and make sure that she gets off the ship alive. Get your gear and let's go."
"Who's Bastila?" Victor asked as he stood up.
"Bastila's the commanding officer of the Endar Spire. Well, she's not exactly the commanding officer, but she is in charge of this mission. We all swore an oath to protect her and make sure that this mission goes smoothly, so come on." Trask answered. He watched Victor try to open the door only to find it locked.
"The door's locked." Trask announced cheerfully.
Victor turned to face him. "Why's it locked?" He growled, growing more frustrated by the second.
Trask shrugged. "Well, when we're under attack, the ship enters lockdown mode. Don't worry. You don't have the codes to open it, but I do."
"So you knew I couldn't open it." Victor responded. It was more of a statement than a question.
"And you stood there and watched me struggle without saying anything." Another statement from a very frustrated Victor.
"Yep." Trask stood there with a stupid look on his face and glanced at his watch. "We really need to go now."
Victor's eye began to twitch. "WHAT DO YOU THINK I'M TRYING TO DO?" he yelled as he walked back over to the footlocker, gathered his stuff, and shoved it into his equipment pack. Meanwhile, Trask opened the door and waited. Victor glared at him as he stepped into the hallway. The two men ran about halfway down the hall before being stopped by Trask's communicator. A message came through: "This is Carth Onasi. I'm requesting all hands to the bridge. We can't hold out much longer against the Sith attack."
The transmission ended and Trask looked at Victor. "That was Carth Onasi requesting all hands to the bridge. He needs our help." He said.
Victor simply stared at him, wondering how much trouble he'd be in if he beat Trask to death with his viroblade. They opened the door at the end of the hall and ran into more Sith. They battled their way to the bridge only to find it empty except for the bodies of a few Republic soldiers. Trask's communicator came on again. It was Carth: "Bastila's escape pod has already been launched. Now that she's away, there's nothing stopping the Sith from turning the Endar Spire into galactic dust. You two get to the escape pods. I'll wait for you as long as I can."
Trask looked at Victor. "Tha-"
"NO! DON'T… say it." Victor walked to another door on the other side of the bridge, stepping over the bodies as he went. It opened into another hallway. There was one door at the end of the hall, and another to the left. Trask ran over to the door at the end of the hall.
"There's something behind here." He announced as he opened the door. It slid open to reveal a man with a scarlet lightsaber. "Oh no! Another dark Jedi!" Trask cried. The dark Jedi took a few steps forward.
"I hate you Trask."
"I'll hold him off." Trask stated heroically.
"You knew he was there BEFORE YOU OPENED THE DOOR TRASK!" Victor yelled.
"Don't worry about me. Just get to the Starboard Section of the ship."
"Am I supposed to know where that is?" Victor asked.
Trask pointed to the door that they just passed.
"You knew that's where we were supposed to go? Why would you…YOU'RE AN IDIOT TRASK!"
Trask turned and ran into the room where the dark Jedi was patiently waiting to kill him. "FOR THE REPUBLIC!" he yelled as the door closed, locking Victor out.
Victor felt bad until he remembered that Trask had brought it on himself. He ran to the Starboard Section only to find his path blocked by two more Sith soldiers and another door. He'd found a stealth generator in the footlocker and decided to try it out. Once activated, it allowed him to easily slip by the two men. The door wasn't as much of a headache as he thought it would be. It just slid right open. Unfortunately, it was the door behind that one that would be a problem. He ran up to it and found it locked.
What do I do now? He wondered as he looked around the room. He noticed a computer terminal next to a broken droid and decided to check it out. The terminal provided a video feed from the next room. Victor was able to count at least six more Sith guards waiting to ambush the next person to enter the room. He found an option in the system to overload the power conduit in the room. He saw no reason why he shouldn't, so he pressed the button. The screen returned to the video feed in time for Victor to see the conduit explode and shock the guards who fell over in unison. Victor unlocked the door and began checking the bodies for weapons and anything else that could be of use. The ship shook again, reminding him that he needed to get to the escape pods. He ran through the next doorway and found Carth Onasi standing by the escape pod bay.
"You made it! You and I are the last surviving crew members. We've got to go." Carth said as he pushed Victor toward the last escape pod. They got in and launched the pod. Moments later, the Endar Spire became one with the galaxy… or a billion teeny tiny particles with the galaxy. Whatever.
Well, there it is. I hope my grammar and punctuation isn't too bad. haha. I'm having issues today. :)