Blue shook her head and quietly followed the boys into the bar. "You better keep an eye on me Cade. Ya never know when some jerk might tr-" She looked up at the sound of a slap, her hand moving to the blaster at her side. "Whoah.. Looks like the funs started without us."
Da-Zel sighed and rolled over onto her stomach. She pushed herself up and slowly started off towards the shops. The kids ran after her, pulling on her cloak. "Where are you going?!" She sighed and looked down at them. "If I'm going to be telling stories all day then I need a few drinks." She waved the kid off as she stepped into the Cantina behind two men and a zeltron woman. She sighed as she spotted what was attracting so much attention. One of the locals. She shook her head and brushed past one of the men (Jahria) and sat down at the bar. "DA-ZEL! Where ya been hun?" She smiled faintly and rubbed her eyes. "Hiding." The bar tender laughed and handed her a drink. "They finally found ya huh? One of them came in here looking for you about 15 minutes ago." Zel winced and rubbed her chin. "They're learning my spots... Those kids might have more Jedi then I do." (shes well known here.)
Bud rubbed his face, and glared down at Alyna. "Why you little... no one ever slaps Bud around!" He raised his hand to hit her back, but all of a sudden, when he tried to strike, Alyna grabbed his raised hand, and smiled.
"I don't think so..."
Then, with all her might, she turned him down on the floor, with his arm raised behind his back. "Now you listen! I may be shy and scared... but I don't let any men have his way with me! Now you have two choices: Either you and your friend walk out of here... or I break your arm off!! Which will it be?"
Bud started to shiver more, while being held on the floor. "We get out! We get out!" he cried.
"Wise choice. Now get outta here!" She let the pathetic Cathar go, and the two ran out of the cantina, past Cade, Blue, and Syn. Alyna turned, and looked at everyone. "ANYONE ELSE?!!"
The rest of the customers turned away, doing what they were doing.
Alyna smiled sweetly, and sat back on the stool, like a good girl.
"Jeez.. She's got a temper, too." Cade said raising both his eyebrows as they walked toward the bartender, where Alyna was sitting. "Gimme a Jawa Juice, please," He said as he and the others sat, and then turned to Alyna. "So.. You sure taught those guys a lesson, huh?"
Blue's eyes twitched and she brought her heavy boot down on Cade's foot. "Hush up... Dont be so quick with your name in a bar."
Da-Zel glanced over at the girl and the three others who sat down. "Psh.. No need to keep it hush hun. Here your secret is as good as gold. Dont worry." She winked and ran her finger over the rim o her glass. Her expression faded when the door flew open and three children walked in. Da-Zel sighed and looked down at them. "What now?" "You had enough time to get a drink." Da-Zel raised a brow. "Oh?" The oldest one nodded and pointed to the door. "Come on. We wanna kill something, and you're the only person who gives us a good fight." Da- Zel grinned and waved her hand in front of their faces. "You dont want to play." The three responded in unison. "We dont want to play." She snickered and waved again. "You want to wash my ship." "We want to wash your ship." She nodded and turned back to her drink as the three left to o the task at hand. "... I hate children." She told the bartender.
"Well..." Alyna smiled in a bright way. "My master told me about legends of the Skywalker family. It inspired me mostly."
Suddenly, Alyna turned to look at the new person, which was Da-Zel. She didn't know her, but was impressed by what she did with those three children. "Wow," she thought to herself, "She must be a Jedi too. No one can do mind-tricks like the Jedi can."
"Ouch!" He snarled to Del. But then he realized what was going. He flinched. Paralyzed. He looked at Da-Zel and then turned to looked at Alyna again, only moving his eyes, puzzled. "What the..? Okay, this is weird. You don't find three Jedi sitting in the same bar of a remote Outer Rim planet having a drink nowadays."