In the past week, via my Master, I have learned the following things:
- Imperial Intelligence is staffed by idiots who can’t do anything without someone cracking a whip.
- Etisacaar should, by all rights, be executed.
- But he’d rather extend the man’s misery by forcing him to go through the trials on Korriban again.
- …and maybe keep him there or on a tight leash afterward.
- Ayel is a fat, lying, pain in the neck who needs to stop acting like a blubbering, pun intended, lovesick teenager and come to terms with the fact that Etisacaar doesn’t give a damn about him as anything more than a ‘sure thing’.
- If Ayel would do that, he might have some hope of succeeding as a Sith instead of just ending up another sort of slave to a human.
- This is why he dislikes his apprentices forming emotional attachments, and will concede that perhaps the Jedi have that aspect of training correct. I can’t say I disagree, especially after watching Ayel and Etisacaar flail around like idiots.
- If Intelligence thought they were going to do anyone a favor by promoting Kindrak to Cipher, they can’t be all that intelligent.
- His favorite pair of socks has a hole.
- My robes are hideous, which is something I already knew. Gaudy, awful things.
- I should speak more, despite having very little to say to him and him not letting me get a word in edgewise anyway.
- His ship droid lost fingers somehow. He blames Esk for that.
- Arannek dented a wall with Esk’s “stupid, fat, Rattataki” head.
- Aside from being Twi’lek, Gida’tar is a model apprentice to the point that her being Twi’lek could possibly be overlooked.
- I’m much more tolerable now that I properly use lightning.
- He can’t keep all the Agents straight anymore; found the retort of, “So few of them are anyway.” amusing.
- His tea has gone cold, and he’ll be back in a few minutes with a fresh cup. I’d go with him but, in all honesty, I plan to enjoy three to five minutes of silence.
I did remember to wish him a happy birthday, though his reply was along the lines of me only being pleased he was one year closer to the grave.
It’s not entirely incorrect, so I did not argue.