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Common KnowledgeSeriesStar Wars: Jedi Apprentice Titles, Order. The Rising Force by Dave Wolverton, 1. The Dark Rival by Jude Watson, 2. The Hidden. Jedi Apprentice: The Rising Force is a Star Wars Legends junior novel written by Dave Wolverton. The book was published by Scholastic Inc. on May 3, in a series of young reader novels called Jedi Apprentice. All the books in the series are written by Jude Watson, except for the first book, The Rising Force.
Yoda dispensed sage advice, but neither apprentice paid attention. After their Master left, Bruck taunted Obi-Wan into another, unauthorized, battle. Both boys fought until they were exhausted. Obi-Wan left the training area and returned to his room, but Bruck traveled up to the infirmary, muttered Obi-Wan's name, and pretended to pass out: his plan all along was to discredit Obi-Wan. Later that evening, as Obi-Wan bandaged his wounds, his clan Master, Docent Vant , arrived with shocking news: Vant's datapad detailed Obi-Wan's orders to report to the freighter Monument for transfer to the Agricultural Corps.
Obi-Wan protested the decision, claiming that he could still become a Jedi Knight, but Docent was firm, and finally Obi-Wan conceded. He packed his bags, and after a tearful encounter with his Mon Calamari friend Bant , he went to bed in a state of despondency, in a world that now lacked meaning for him.
The next morning, Obi-Wan prepared to leave. The medics healed his burns, and he traveled down to the refrectory for one last meal at the Temple. During breakfast, he said goodbye to his friends Garen Muln and Reeft , as well as Bant. All three tried to reassure him, but he was unaffected by their consolation.
It was the taunts of Bruck Chun and his friend Aalto that struck closer to home. As the four Jedi arrive on Kegan, Kenobi wonders why two Master—Padawan teams have been sent on what seems to be a routine mission.
The Padawan considers the possibility that the Jedi Council is still keeping an eye on him since he had left the Jedi Order for a brief time several months prior, despite the fact that he has been accepted back into the Order and his probation has been lifted. Meanwhile, Tachi, who is two years younger than Kenobi and far less experienced, is looking outside the ship at the landing platform. Kenobi tries to give her some advice, but she rebukes him, reminding him of his temporary departure from the Order.
Soon, the ship lands, and the Jedi disembark. The Guides take the entire group to the parents' home to meet the child, explaining the way of life on Kegan while en route. Arriving, the Jedi indicate that they wish to meet with the parents privately, but the Guides politely refuse, claiming that V-Nen and O-Melie are nervous and had requested that the Guides stay. Jinn points out that there is nothing to be nervous about, but the parents state their wish that the Guides stay.
V-Haad and O-Rina reassure the Jedi that it is all right for them to stay, but Kenobi senses that something is wrong and that the Guides, despite their smiles, did not want the Jedi to come here at all. Jinn senses it also but, along with Gallia, agrees to let the Hospitality Guides stay, and the group goes inside.
Jinn and Gallia both determine that she is indeed Force-sensitive, and Jinn hands the child—who is also hungry—back so she can be fed by the child caregiver for the housing quad, O-Yani. The Jedi Masters try to explain to the parents how a Force-sensitive child can be different from a normal child and why it would be a good idea for O-Lana to be given to the Jedi Order for training, but the Guides constantly interrupt, saying how keeping her on Kegan is better without actually listening to the Jedi or giving the parents a chance to speak.
Finally, the Guides end the meeting, telling the Jedi that they will transport them to their quarters. Jinn, however, requests that they walk there instead, and the Guides reluctantly agree. Jinn quietly tells Kenobi and Tachi to split from the group without being seen during the walk and gather information about the planet, then turns to Gallia to see if she will object.
Waiting, Jinn also wonders why two teams were sent on the mission and considers a couple of possibilities, including that Gallia might be intended to monitor his tendency to bend the rules. Shortly, Gallia agrees to the plan. As the group including V-Nen and O-Melie makes its way through the city, Jinn asks the Guides why Kegan has isolated itself for so long.
The Guides respond by claiming that the galaxy is dangerous and that the sharing of knowledge and goods between and travel to other planets would harm the " General Good ," a Kegan philosophy regarding the well-being of their community.
As the group walks through the marketplace, Jinn creates a diversion by "accidentally" bumping into a rack of tools, causing it to spill.
While helping pick the tools up, the two Padawans slip away.
After the Guides leave, Jinn tries to initiate a conversation with the parents, but O-Melie flatly tells him that they made a mistake in contacting the Order and that the Jedi should leave. Sensing that the parents are afraid, Jinn suggests that they go back to their house and look at O-Lana again; the parents agree when he adds that the Jedi would take full responsibility for violating the Guides' instructions.
Taking the long way to avoid the Guides, the four soon arrive back at the parent's house and are greeted by O-Yani.
Meanwhile, the Padawans leave the marketplace and head for the Garden Circle to avoid detection. Tachi complains about not being able to watch the Masters and learn from them. When Kenobi tries to comfort her with Jedi wisdom, Tachi rebukes him, reminding him that she took the same classes at the Temple that he did. Kenobi proposes that they find the Tech Circle to begin investigating Kegan society, but Tachi suggests that they mingle with the population and gather information by talking to people, pointing out that they would blend in easily because of their similar clothes.
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