'Stupit!' I told myself as warning bells flashed in my face.
"I know you’re more then you appear." A very angry older female voice sounded in my ear. "In fact, I know that you are trained to use the force, you dirty filthy Sith."
'How!?' I asked myself as I quickly replied, "I mean Ms. Solo no harm. I just wish to tell her that the one she seeks has passed away a long time ago."
In truth, I was alive and well. I was just hoping that this person would take that for the truth.
"You lie, Sith." The female voice replied as my mind went back in time to another that did the same to me. After a few minutes it came to me in a flash. Erifia Apoc face and name raced across my mind as I pondered how would I get out of this person calling me something other then Sith. Just like I tried more times then I care to count on her calling me anything other then Bar.
The title Sith itself reminded me of a time and place that I had left behind. More to the point a place that had been my home and all the friends that I had lost over the years that had gone by. I was tried of hiding but I was fearful of those that didn't know whom I was really was a Jedi Knight and Jedi Healer of a forgotten time and place. All that knew me now as Jewel Doffee, Head healer of a children’s ward.
I hadn't used the name Barriss Offee in so long mostly because of the warning that was sent out years ago. That message that warned all to stay clear of Jedi Temple, and more to the point the feeling of Jedi dying in the hands of the clones that was in units with them.
"You Sith, are not welcomed here." The voice said as warning went off about would-be laser cannons that were aimed to my ship.
"Just tell her my message." I calmly said as I started to set a course to leave the area as quickly as possible.
My plan was if I couldn't give her the message in person then I would at least not allow these Sith to follow me back to where I'm now living. I knew that I would have to make sure to set course for a place that would lead them to void in space. I reminded myself that most of the software that I was using was so out of date as I was with use of my lightsaber.