The world was changing, in the long years approximately 28 years to be exact had a particular Jedi Master fought and battled to preserve peace and Justice in the galaxy today. All the while after these long years had the question been raised whether it was all worth it or not. The Jedi and Sith had been at war for nearly thousands of years and over the course of a few weeks, it all seemed to change. Those that he knew, people he considered friends seemed to have faded from existence. While he knew they were out there somewhere, they didn't want to be found and he wasn't sure if they were ever coming back. The Jedi was awoken in the middle of the night several nights ago rather abruptly. However he tried not to disturb his wife as she slept next to him, he felt massive disturbance in the force, and all the while he tried to figure it out and understand it, and that is what brought the battled hardened Jedi Master from his home on Naboo to the Jedi Temple on Coruscant. Kacius had felt for the longest time that the Jedi were seemingly fading from existence, he had hoped that, that day would never come.
Apart from the business of the daily lives of those on Coruscant, the Jedi Master could feel the emptiness that was here. He couldn't believe it thought, he had to see it for himself. Kacius' x-wing touched down just near the entrance of Temple, not really bothered with the hangar. Kacius let the hatch open and he hopped out, older he was, however he was just as active as if he was 25 years old. He tended to stay in as best shape as he possibly could. The hooded Master glanced around as he moved up the steps and towards the temple entrance. It was so quiet you could hear a pin drop and hit the ground. He entered the temple and as he feared, the halls were completely empty. Papers, were scattered everywhere, datapads were littered on the ground.
Kacius took a deep breath as he knelt down in the middle of the hall as a hand rose to rub his bearded chin. He closed his eyes for a moment as found himself wondering, if this was really it, was it indeed the end.