Bacon put on his Top Secret Undercover belt, adjusted his Top Secret Undercover robe, poured himself a Top Secret Undercover bowl of cereal, and settled in to watch Top Secret Undercover Stuff: The Movie.
Family woke up a little later, and only then because he rolled out of bed. Family wasn’t usually a late sleeper, but Bacon kept him up all night watching Top Secret Undercover Stuff: The T.V. Series.
Bacon had made the ‘base’ out of a hole in the ground. After setting up the bunks, and putting in a secret hatchway to hide the spy equipment and T.V. (As mentioned in the Top Secret Undercover Handbook) Bacon and Family had settled in to discover that the hole was inhabited by Womp Rats.
Chasing out the critters was a pain, and Family couldn’t wait until they left the dryness and wilderness of Tatooine. But for now they had a job to do.
Bacon had brought a Top Secret Undercover T-47 Airspeeder. That was almost an oxymoron. Family recommended walking.
So Family walked to Mos Eisely while Bacon took the ‘Top Secret Undercover’ T-47.
Ray slowly adjusted his scope. He was holding his weapon of choice for use against moving targets. The BlasTech E-43 air gun.
The rock he was hiding behind was the only cover for miles around the Tatooine desert. If he had miscalculated, if Bacon or Family showed up behind him…
…if that happened, what was done was done, and there was nothing he could do about it.
Then a sound passed by Ray’s ears—the distinctive wine of a T-47 Airspeeder. Ray shouldered his gun, took aim at Bacon, riding in the cockpit of the airspeeder…
…Bacon, who lightened his spirits every time a battle started to weigh him down.
Bacon, who singlehandedly created three starfighters from scratch.
Well, the Revenge was made from broken parts of the X-Wing Light 1, but the others were from scratch.
Bacon, who accepted a young Sky Barion into his house, though he didn’t know who he was- or if he was from the Empire or not.
And most clearest of all in Ray’s head, Bacon, who saved Sky and his friends’ lives when all hope was lost.
Ray shook those images away. That was the past, and if Bacon hadn’t saved their lives, he would be melted too, so that didn’t count. He aimed his blaster again-
-only to find Bacon was gone.
“NO!” Ray shouted. “Of all the Peanut Butter-filled things I could do-“
He broke off as he realized there was still time. “He is not getting away from me today,” Ray grunted.
DUN DUN DUN!!!
Sorry for the short chapter, but I had a writers block. Anybody have any ideas of what should happen next?
(P.S. expect future chapters to have picture 2 as the cover picture.)