ACT 1 One thousand years. That is the amount of time that has passed in Galactic Standard Time after the second Death Star was destroyed by the rebels. Since then, new factions have rose and fell, including the New Republic and New Sith Empire. Battles still happen across the galaxy, and the new Order of the Jedi work together with pilot factions and police to overcome the pirates, smugglers and others in their heinous acts. In a universe far, far away however, the number of evil is about to be upped by one...
“Destroy! Destroy!” “Exterminate!” It is all-out war between the Daleks and the Cybermen. Two armies clashing for the greater victory. The dominance of most evil. An explosion then rocks the building, and a voice is heard echoing through the whole area. “We aren't fighting again are we? Why do we always have to fight? Isn’t there anything better to do?” “This is a fight between two rivals. We wouldn’t expect you to understand that, Doctor,” a Cyberman says. “Leave here or prepare to be destroyed.” “The Doctor is our prey,” a Dalek pipes up. “He will be killed by no other lesser being.” “There we go again. Always fighting.” An almost electronic thrumming sound then starts up, reaching a high pitch. It then drops down again. Then rises to higher than before. A slight shape can be seen materializing, and then the shape forms into a blue long box, almost like a telephone call booth. The thrumming stops and a door of the box opens. “Now then. Which of you do I get rid of first?” The alarms of both Daleks and Cybermen start ringing. “The Doctor is in the vicinity. Exterminate him and steal his TARDIS.” “The Doctor must not escape. Destroy. Destroy.” “Now why is it we always switch targets when I show myself?” the Doctor asks. With a flowing red one-piece suit and black trousers, black scruffy hair showing through a bold red top hat, and a white scarf, the Doctor carries only his sonic screwdriver and lives by his TARDIS. The Daleks, by comparison, are almost cone shaped with a chrome sandpaper colouring and are covered with half-spheres around their sides. Three stalks, one eye at the top, one access plug lower down to the left side of the eye, and one laser directly in line with the access plug and to the right. The Cybermen are exactly what their name describes them as. Human in form, but cybernetic. Completely coloured in silver, they are almost as deadly as the Daleks. “Enemies come before any quarrel with rivals,” a Cyberman says. “And we have a quarrel with you, Doctor,” a Dalek adds. “Right. Anyone for a dinner date?” the Doctor asks. He then activates his sonic screwdriver and all the lights turn off. Both Cybermen and Daleks alike start firing in all directions, until the lights flicker back on. The Doctor, however, is nowhere to be seen. “No more fighting until the Doctor is found,” a Dalek says. “Agreed,” the remaining Cybermen say. “Forward!” a Dalek screams. All of the Daleks and Cybermen that were fighting head to the nearest doors. The rubble of the building covers the floor, making it difficult for the Daleks to move. One by one, they start to hover above the ground. Just as the last few are exiting the room, one of the Daleks commands – “You two stay with the TARDIS. There is every possibility the Doctor will try to use it in his plan to triumph over us.” “I obey,” the two Daleks recite. And so only two Daleks remain. Guarding the TARDIS however, proved useless. A minute after the other Daleks had left, it disappeared too.
"Where is the Doctor?" a Cyberman asks. "We have to find him before the Daleks. Doing so will prove ourselves to be the better evil." "We are tracking him, but it is weak," another says. The group of five Cybermen walk through corridors littered with rubble. Glass from windows is shattered. But still the Cybermen continue on. They have one objective. "Halt!" a Dalek says. "We were heading down this way. Move it," a Cyberman says. "I think not. This is where the Daleks will rule. Our capture of the Doctor will be famous among all beings. No-one will stand in our way." "Destroy!" all five Cybermen scream. Five lasers reflect off the Dalek's coating. The Dalek fires five lasers of its own. Two seconds later, all five Cybermen are gone. "Your mistake," the Dalek says.
The Daleks in another section of the building are hot on the Doctor's trail. Heading down a corridor lead them to a computer room with a large abyss in the middle of the floor. A bridge crosses this hole. Occasionally, discharges build in the abyss, and then disappear. And working on a high tower is the Doctor. "We have found you. Come down here," a Dalek says. "Hmm," the Doctor says. "You're here quicker than I expected. But no matter." The Doctor looks down. Twenty Daleks wait for him. Admitting defeat, he walks down to where the Daleks are. "Now then. One question I wanted to ask you is, why did you start fighting the Cybermen again? I thought you were past that." "They forgot their place," a Dalek says. "We came here to teach them that we are the dominant evil." "Seriously, that is no reason for a fight." the Doctor exasperatedly says. "If you know you are dominant, there is no reason to call a war over it." "The Cybermen are the ones who started it." "Says you." "Says Dalek Zane." "Who's Dalek Zane?" "I am," a voice echoes. The Doctor looks up. Hovering down towards him is a Dalek totally coloured black. "Hmm, not a normal Dalek are we?" the Doctor asks. "No," Dalek Zane replies. "I am a leader of the infamous Dalez Corporation. I was built based on the blue-prints found within an office during Earth's Second World War. Since then, loads more of us have been created." "More?" "The whole leadership of Dalez Corporation is here." "But what exactly is Dalez Corporation?" "It is where they build anything mechanical." "So how do you know that the Cybermen you fight weren't made by this Dalez as well?" "No more shall be revealed. And you won't be returning to your TARDIS either." "Oh that's safe up in the room I was just in. I can run along whenever I want." "We'll give you one chance then. Run." "Like you wouldn't fire your laser as soon as I turn my back on you. But I'm glad you approached the topic of escape first. Because I'll give you that same chance. Run." "Why would we? We have you outnumbered." "Oh yes. But you see. This bridge reacts to a certain command. If I hop onto my left foot, the whole of this bridge will collapse. Why do you think I never joined you on it?" "Do it then. Murder us." "Oh fine. When you ask for it." The Doctor then jumps and lands on his left foot. He then jumps with his left foot once. Nothing happens. "Hmm. I may have miscalculated," the Doctor says. "Just as we suspected," Dalek Zane says. "Goodbye Doctor." "Maybe..." The Doctor quickly puts his right foot down, then jumps and lands on his right foot. Before he starts jumping again however, the bridge starts to collapse. It is then that Dalek Zane fires his laser. But the sudden tilt means that what was meant to kill the Doctor runs through a part of the bridge, deteriorating a part of it. What the laser hits isn't seen, but a huge discharge then rocks the whole building. "Ah that did the trick," the Doctor says happily. What happens then is that the bridge completely collapses and the Daleks fall into a void that is created. They then disappear. The Doctor, upon realising this, turns tail and quickly scarpers. Another explosion rocks the building. The Doctor runs up the stairs and quickly dashes to his TARDIS, which sets off almost immediately. The computers are then pulled into the void, and the building starts to collapse. All the rubble is pulled into the void. The bricks are pulled into the void. Other Daleks, while screaming, fall into the void. With everything that enters it, the void gets stronger. Soon nothing of the building is left. Citizens of the planet are pulled into the void, and everything they own. The void then explodes with the power of a dying star. The planet is ripped apart.
A void opens in a place full of skyscrapers. From out of it falls at least twelve robotic cones, with three stalks. One is black, the others are a peachy brown. Then follows rubble and computer technology. More of the robotic cones fall out, followed by an unknown species soon after. And last is everyday items and furniture. The void then closes with sizzle and pop.
Sirens wail. Lights blare. "What happened?" a Dalek says. "Who knows, but I feel different," another says. "It does not matter," Dalek Zane says. "What matters is that we find the other members of Dalez Corporation and get out of here." "Be warned! You are being watched!" a voice echoes throughout the area. "Do not make any sudden movements until we have you checked." The Daleks eye stalks move up, and hovering above them are three blue vehicles with sirens attached. "Let me handle this," Dalek Zane says. His voice is then amplified - "We mean you no harm, but get in our way and we will exterminate you!" "Sounds like it's threatening us," a voice rings out. "Shoot it!" "That went well," a Dalek comments. Lasers fire down on the Daleks, but all they do is reflect off in different directions. Dalek Zane's laser stalk lifts up and fires at one of the blue vehicles. It gets completely destroyed. Not even the people inside survive. That just intensifies the laser fire raining down on the Daleks. Dalek Zane then fires at the other two vehicles. No more lasers fire any more. "We need some transport," one Dalek comments. "Affirmed," Dalek Zane says. "Let's go to the nearest port. There we will steal one." The trail of thirty Daleks move away from the scene, where all the people that came through the void lie dead.
"Kronis! There they are!" Max Golden, or more commonly known as DarkRula, shouts. Human in form, he wears black trousers, with a red shirt. And over that a black jacket. On his head he wears black tinted glasses. "I see them," General Kronis reports. A Kel Dorian male, his head is a fleshy tangle with a bunch of flesh at each side of his head. A dark blue antiox breath mask covers the bottom of his face, and protective goggles of the same colour over his eyes. It is essential for a Kel Dorian to wear these things, as they cannot survive away from their home planet without them. A robe covers his body. "Let's get them," DarkRula says. "Wait!" General Kronis says. "Let's observe them first." One of the things they are looking at however, turns towards them. "Uh. Oh. Looks like we'll have to fight now," DarkRula comments. The other robotic things turn as well. Then they start heading in the direction of Kronis and DarkRula. "DarkRula! Go!" Kronis shouts. "I'll take them while you escape!" "No way!" DarkRula rebukes. "We take them together." "Exterminate!" one of the robotic things say. A laser beam fires. DarkRula activates his red lightsaber blades quickly, and blocks the laser that was aimed at Kronis. The laser disolves, but still hits Kronis. However, with its power greatly reduced, all it does is sting him. DarkRula then charges at one of the robots. The blade swipes down, hits the polished finish, and rebounds straight back off it. "Uh," DarkRula gasps. "This is so not good. Master! Run!" Kronis runs toward DarkRula, grabs him, and jumps down the side of a building. The laser that was supposed to hit them flies over them and hits another building, which explodes part of the wall. Kronis and DarkRula dodge the rubble using the Force as they glide towards the traffic.
"That was unexpected," Dalek Zane says. Their weapons cannot harm us, but we cannot harm them if they use their weapons." "What do you think you are doing?" a mechanised voice shouts. From the falling building, five Daleks float. Four the usual sandpaper coloured, but one a dark brown. It is this Dalek that shouted. "We did not know you were there. Excuse me that laser," Dalek Zane replies. "Fine, but I sense we have a new enemy," the brown Dalek says. "Dalek Volk, they were just curious," Dalek Zane says. "They were planning before you arrived," Dalek Volk fires back. "Do not jump to conclusions!" Dalek Zane shouts. "Stop this. We need to find the rest of the leadership and get away from here." "Fine. Let's go and find transport." All of the Daleks travel in the lanes of traffic, blasting any vehicle that gets in their way. Soon the sound of continuous acceleration thrust and yeild is heard, so the Daleks move in that direction, moving around the skyscrapers as they travel. A Dalek fires its laser and blows a hole in the wall of a spaceport. All of them drop down to the floor of it. Alarms then start blaring. "Alert! Alert! All units to Sector D-9. Break-in at Sector D-9. All units to D-9." The broadcast then repeats. Footsteps sound from all directions. Soldiers in red armour surround the Daleks. "Halt!" one of them says. "You cannot think that you will win," Dalek Volk says. "Our technology is far superior to yours." "I think not," one of the soldiers scold. "You don't even have weapons." The Daleks spread out in a circle, backs to the inside. Each one then screeches - "Exterminate!", and all the soldiers fall down. More soldiers keep coming. "Move forward as best as you can!" Dalek Zane says, above all the continuous firing of lasers. "We have to keep moving to a transport!" Any lasers that hit the Daleks reflect off them. Any of the Dalek lasers that hit the soldiers, they fall down dead. This continues until no more soldiers stand. "Weak," Dalek Volk scoffs. "In this universe, they are probably considered strong," Dalek Zane rebukes. "Why else would they wear armour?" "Who knows why." "There's a ship that looks like it might be taking off," another Dalek comments. "Move!" Dalek Volk shouts. All the Daleks move quickly to a triangular like craft with folding wings. The ramp looks like it might close, but the engines are warming up. All but one of the Daleks make it on. That last Dalek is still on the ramp when it takes off. The ramp doesn't close immediately and so a great drop awaits. The Dalek's screams are heard as it falls, right until the ramp eventually does close. The remaining Daleks head to the forward area. But no bridge area is seen. When they return to the main area, a Dalek is trying to press itself into a door. "There is no point," Dalek Zane comments. The engine of the craft reaches a higher pitch, and it continues rising. Then a sonic boom is heard, and the acceleration increases massively. "What's happening?" a Dalek calls. The others have no reply.
A lift door opens to the left of where the Daleks are left. The man who exits is pale in face with sharp eyes, and a little beard showing. What he wears is armour of hard metal, coloured a dark red. A belt with a holster rests on his waist. In it is what looks like a gun. Upon exiting the lift, he is surprised to see the guests he is unexpectedly hosting. Dalek Volk however, already spotted the man. "Halt! Identify!" "Don't worry, I won't harm you. I can tell you're not from this universe," the man replies. "Identify!" Dalek Volk repeats. "OK. I'll identify myself. I am Fira Veers, a member of the reformed Mandalorians. Part of the UniJump team." "What is that meaning?" Dalek Zane asks. "It means I can jump to different universes. Even different planets. Yes. We of the reformed Mandalorians know of the Jump Void. We know how you came to be here." "Can you get us back?" Dalek Zane asks. "Well... I could. But it doesn't exactly work well. It needs a massive collapse of energy. More an explosion. But you need to be able to control that, otherwise entire planets can be destroyed." "Fine. We will acquire you for some time," Dalek Volk says. "What happened to this ship? If we are stuck here, we might as well know about this universe." And so Fira Veers has no choice to explain about everything the Daleks ask. If he refuses to give the information, the Daleks threaten to blast him apart.
"We need something to do," DarkRula implores. "We are meant to be hunting these robot things," General Kronis explains again. "At least wait until we have found them." The two are sat in a passenger shuttle heading to Ruan. The shuttle is white on the outside and looks like a bar of soap, with two indents for the ion engines. It is not hyperspace capable. "I know what we're meant to be hunting. It's just boring being in transit with nothing to do." "Concentrate on your objective," Kronis says. "It will all become clear. For instance, I sense we have a new enemy on our hands." The shuttle vibrates as it hits the atmosphere. "It looks like we're here." "Great!" DarkRula says. He then remembers what Kronis said and lowers his voice. "What was this you said about a new enemy?" "I'll tell you later, when we land. For now, we concentrate on what we are here for." "The meeting," DarkRula says with disgust. The shuttle then touches down and an annoucement system alerts the destination has been reached. People then step up and walk to the only exit. As everyone is walking out however, Kronis and DarkRula stay put. Three people then walk in. The hatch closes. "A new threat has been announced to us," one of the three robed men says. "These robot things," Kronis reports. "As well as armoured people. Rumours have it that those robots have joined them," the second man says. "A seige at the local spaceport was reported with those robots, and they entered a shuttle that looked like it had the symbol of the Mandalorians pasted on it," the shortest of the three, who was also scaly in body, informs. This third Jedi is a Rodian, a species who have scaled bodies and large black eyes. Tapir-like snouts and saucer-shaped antennae completed this creature. This Rodian was purple in colour, but the most common colour is green. "And no-one thought to stop them?" DarkRula calls out. "Stormtrooper patrol was called out, but all of them were destroyed," the first Jedi comments. Both first and second Jedi are human. While the first is pale skinned and sharp eyed, the second is dark in face and a bright, youthful expression. "We need to lift off," the first says. "Our spy says the craft has just landed on Fresia." "Near the Metallos Trade Route," Kronis comments. "I wonder what our Mandalorians are doing there?" "Out of the way place. No-one to alert others," DarkRula comments. "Can I fly this thing?" "You may as well," the first Jedi says. "Oh, and introductions. I'm Ryu Karmen. My padawan, the dark skinned male, is Kondo Watto. The Rodian Jedi is Greedle Farr." "Pleasure," DarkRula comments as he makes his way to the bridge. He then turns around. "What craft is it the Mandalorian is using?" "A Scimitar," Ryu Karmen replies. "The most rarest ship in the galaxy. Records say only one is in existance, passed down. I'm surprised it has lasted this long." DarkRula then moves off to the bridge, caught up in thoughts best not stated aloud. The shuttle then lifts up off the platform and speeds in a near vertical line to space. The shuttle then jumps to hyperspace soon after. The shuttle then jumps back into realspace. During the transition between planets, Kronis and the other Jedi had moved to the bridge as well. Fresia lay in sight of the viewport. Mostly blue and grey, white cloud covered the side facing the viewport. "Let's get going," Kronis says. "We should be able to sort these robots out." And so the shuttle rockets down into the atmosphere, unaware that unfriendly scopes are watching.
"They certainly know what they are doing," Fira Veers comments. "Almost as if they are tracing our every move." "And these are the so called Jedi?" Dalek Volk asks. "Yes. The Force is strong with them. They can sense any living thing." "Does that include us?" Dalek Zane inquires. "Maybe, depending on how much of you is living flesh." "About half of us. The outside is metal but the inside is human mind and flesh," Dalek Volk reports. "Then yes, they could sense you." "We must act quick. They approach ever faster." "Leave that to me," Fira Veers commands. "Get to the cannons and use them like I instructed. Blast the Jedi from the sky." "We will do as you command, but remember we are the ones who rule," Dalek Volk says. "Yes. Masters."
The lasers start firing as the Jedi are half way down to the surface of the planet. If it hadn't have been set on autopilot, none of the Jedi would have escaped. As it was however, the floor of the passenger area ejected, and DarkRula dived almost soon after, before the first of the lasers struck. The Jedi glide down through the air to the surface, blades active to bat away the lasers sent their way. As each land, one figure in dark red armour and helmet waits. Held in each hand is a black pole with a purple electricity running along it but not touching the hilt. If one looked closely, one would see the hilt is made of rubber, and not visible is a battery pack that emits the electric. "Finally," the figure says, vocoder making the voice sound grisly and flat. "You must be Mandalorian," Kronis inquires. "We could do with some practise." "I will not be beaten. I have backup." "If you mean those robot things, be prepared for treason," DarkRula pipes up. "Who cares about talk," the man says, and takes a step closer. "It's time to..." Another step forward. "Fight!" The word comes out as a shout and the Mandalorian charges forward. He attacks DarkRula first with both blades. DarkRula blocks them and uses a Force Push to direct him into Kronis, who strikes near the neck joint. The Mandalorian blocks the attack and spins out of the way. Laser fire then spurts the ground. The three other Jedi are instanly pulberised, but DarkRula and Kronis get out of the way of the blast, using the afterflow from it to rise over the Mandalorian and to the Scimitar, which waits near the building. While Kronis blocks it from view, DarkRula enters the craft. Kronis attacks the Mandalorian with a downstroke, then spins to an uppercut left. Both attacks are blocked, but then an engine rises. More lasers fire upon the craft as the Daleks realise it has been stolen. DarkRula jinks the craft so no laser directly hits, turning it around and blasting the laser cannon that is firing. The building housing it crumbles and falls. Dust flies everywhere and blocks all view.
The blast of a laser cannon, and then the roar of an engine a short time later is heard, and as the dust clears much later Fira Veers is lying dead, his weapons taken. The Scimitar and Kronis are nowhere to be seen. The building of the laser cannon is just a pile of rubble and bricks. A piece of rubble moves.
Coruscant citizens go about their daily business. Vehicles travel the automated travel routes, all except the area which has been closed off. That area is the surrounding area of the building that Dalek Zane shot down. The same time Dalek Volk was revealed. Coruscant Police Force and the Stormtrooper Corps explore the area, gunships and other craft taking and dropping off personnel. "This is definitely weird," a Stormtrooper says. "These weapons are on a par with heavy cannons." "Don't ask me," a second Stormtrooper says. "This is definitely something out of this universe." "Impossible! Nothing can travel through to a different universe. It's unheard of." "What about the rumours then? That it has been discovered how." "Can't trust Mandalorians. That's where the intel came from." "Quiet! You two, shut it now," a voice snaps. A portly short man walks to them. He carries a shock baton in his left hand, and wears a dark blue jacket. The Stormtroopers, by contrast, all wear white armour and helmets. This man is the group officer, and he is not someone to cross when he is in a bad mood. "Aside from the fact that two places are closed off and need cleaning up, a skirmish has been reported between the Jedi and Mandalorians at a planet not far from here. The two Jedi who survived are coming here now." A beep sounds, and the officer pulls his holo-comm from his belt and activates it. "Ah, Captain Wisp," a Kel Dorian male says. "General Kronis," Captain Wisp acknowledges. "I'm guessing you are headed here?" "Actually no. We're calling for re-inforcements. Another Mandalorian cruiser jumped out of hyperspace just as we were about to make a jump ourselves. The hyperdrive system short-circuited and we are standed here." "Two cruisers will join you shortly," Wisp announces. "May the Force be with you." "And to you," Kronis says. The holo-image disappears. "Commander. Get two cruisers at the ready and head to the location of General Kronis." "On it, sir," the commander says. As the commander walks away, another Stormtrooper calls out. "Sir! There is something over here!" As Captain Wisp walks over to the Stormtrooper, a muffled laser blast is heard and the Stormtrooper screams. He topples over onto the rubble of the building. Captain Wisp reaches the Stormtrooper and moves him off the rubble. Three stalks can be seen, shaped in a triangular formation with each other. "Oh, no. This i- This is bad," Captain Wisp stammers. "What is, sir?" a Stormtrooper asks as he walks over. "Three stalks in a triangular formation. This is what General Kronis described to me before he left." "And it means?" "It means this is another of those dreaded robot things that are hard to beat." "What? Two Jedi went up against one and failed?" "Ray shields or something worse." The rubble then starts shaking violently. The robot is revealed in full as it rights itself. Ice blue in colour, it is shaped exactly like the others. The Stormtrooper is then blasted apart by a laser. Captain Wisp pulls his stun baton up and fires away. It has no effect, the bullets just glancing off the surface of the robot. "Daleks rise. Humans fall," it says. And then it kills Captain Wisp too.
What happens after that is another mass panic happens. Again, all the Stormtroopers in the area are cut apart. Gunships ressurected from The Clone Wars fly over Coruscant's surface to lay down covering fire and drop off fresh supplies of troops. AT-TE's and AT-AT's, different in form but same in function, also come along for the fight. Bolts fly everywhere as the one assilant moves quickly away, hovering up buildings and across skylanes. Vulture droids, flat bodied with a head in the centre and split legs either side, also join the fight. Knowing it cannot win, the assilant then goes on the offensive. Everything the laser touches is destroyed. All the heavy weapons are no longer in service, and half the gunship forces have been cut in half. X-Wings, long noses and split wings that form an X-shape, and Y-Wings, so named because of the two long engines slung at each end at the back of the body, are piloted in. By now, all citizen aircraft have been rerouted well away from the battle at hand, and those living in the area of the battle are being evacuated. But by chance, the robot gains advantage by getting access inside a building after a stray bolt hits the wall of it. Inside, it quickly makes up ground and heads to a turbolift while troops are working their way into the building. Emergency Battle Droids are activated, sandpaper coloured with slim forms and flat heads. All march down stairs and corridors, hoping to catch the one assilant off guard. Meanwhile, twenty floors below, the robot has gained access to a spacecraft. A citizen one. Somehow utilising the astromech bowser socket with its plunger-like stalk, the craft takes off. No-one chases it. But the battle continues, with the army of Coruscant unaware their quarry has already left.