I was actually on my way to Ithor. They succeeded to convince me that it would be the best for me.
Wedge, Gavin and Tarik promised to visit me on Ithor. I hoped that they can keep their promise.
Suddenly the alarm siren blared when the Aquarius was pulled out of hyperspace. Then I saw an Interdictor Cruiser and the Executor. It couldn't be that they wanted me.
But a Darklighter doesn't surrender easily. Then a shot of the Executor's ion cannon took from me any chance to fight. The whole electronics went mad.
Then the tractor beam get a lock on my ship and pulled it slowly inside the Super Star Destroyer.
I drew my blaster and was prepared to fight in close combat. Then I heard the heavy footfalls of stormtrooper boots. They were coming for me.
I managed to shot two troopers of the boarding party before the stunner beam hit me. The stormtroopers who brought me in the detention block were oddly careful with me.
Except that they shackled my hands with stunner cuffs behind my back, they didn't mistreat me.
The cell they brought me in was very small. There was only a niche, that was meant to be my bed and in a corner a small refresher.
The waiting was unnerving and my fear increased with every minute. I thought since Dash's death it would be indifferent for me if I live or die. But it wasn't the case.
Then I heard again the footfalls of stormtrooper boots. I was pretty sure that they would bring me to my execution. Nobody would know what happened to me.
My family and my friends would think that I was lost in space or that I committed suicide.
The stormtroopers didn't bring me to my execution but on the bridge. There an admiral was waiting for me.
"Lieutenant Darklighter, I'm Admiral Piett. We are ordered by Lord Vader to bring you to Vjun. There you will be brought in his fortress Bast Castle."
After this the stormtroopers brought me back in my cell. The prospect to have an encounter with the Dark Lord caused me to panic. I felt helpless as there was no option to escape my fate.
There were only two standard hours left until arrival.