14 hours prior
"I believe in you. But there's nothing more I can teach you." Tia said to her student. A smile was on her face, as serene as ever. Iriemorel didn't know what to say about any of it, really. She knew that her mentor was looking out for her, was trying to ensure that she continued to gain the knowledge she always sought. At the same time, she felt lost. The young woman hadn't ever seen anyone that wasn't from the moon. It wasn't as if she didn't know anything about the Galaxy as a whole, she had read plenty of books about it, but there was something about how large it was that was kind of intimidating.
It was also exciting.
"Trust in yourself, and trust in the Force." Those were the words that stuck with her, even as she meditated that night. She was going to be told where her destination was, she knew it. As she continued to delve deeper and deeper, trying to figure out what it was that she needed to do. It was during this time that she got a name.
That had been a name that she had read once, though she didn't know a lot about the planet. If it hadn't been for the fact that her mentor was there to help, and to help her get transport to the planet, she wouldn't have gone any further than simply knowing where it was that the force wanted her to go.
Now that she was here, the question was why. There was a lot to this planet, though not in the geographic sense. Iriemorel could sense that there was something important that happened. Though if someone were to call me out on it, I wouldn't be able to tell them what. There was surprisingly little information about this planet. I would have imagined that an important planet would have a lot of information. This place doesn't even have a single person that I know of. But there has to be something here. Tia wouldn't have sent me here without a good reason.
The question still remained, she had no idea what it was here that she was supposed to learn.