On Coruscant, Myn Kovani dreams of her past adventures and then meets up with her friend Odala Chupa-Pau who gives her a warm soft cake for breakfast. Channa Quo comes up right behind the Ortolan as she is complaining that her Knight makes her do flips. Left alone, Myn overhears Vandar speaking with Master Jaca-Ther Sirta who suggests that she take My with her to Onderon. Agreeing, Vandar sneaks Myn’s abandoned snack cake for himself and adds it to his tray full of candy bars.
Back on Iziz, the feeling of the Dark Side is all around. En route to the Royal Palace, the team sees a street protest by a group known as “The Naddists” led by a preacher named Rask and his son Nebo. The sermon denounces the Jed and tries to turn the people against them while espousing the virtues of a pro-Naddist monarchy. In the distance are signs of of smoke and other civil unrest. Back in the palace, Kerr is taken away for medical aid while Queen Galia explains the latest trouble. She has contacted the Republic for aid. [Meanwhile, Senator Dorean Shae is saying that the Jedi are too busy recovering from Deneba and that the Republic might rely upon the Jedi Order too much.] That night, an illusion of Aleema visits Rune and he tells her that her that he has the Copy; she says things are peaceful while looking out the window at marching Krath troops and droid factories working round-the-clock. Zeeona confesses to Vox that she’s not sure if she can go on and Vox recommends she learn how to use a blaster to take care of herself. The next morning, Myn and Sirta arrive (getting an odd glance from Atok Kira). While Master Sirta meets with Queen Galia, Rune, Vox and Myn track down the next Naddist rally in an basement off of the street. Although keeping their hoods up, Rask stops at one point during the sermon and incredibly points right at the three! Able to duck the throw bottles and rocks, they know they need to get out of there. Clearly Rask is getting some form of aid. Back at the Palace, Sirta believes that the stone sarcophagi may be poisoning the atmosphere. She orders that the remains of Freedon Nadd and Queen Amanoa be removed from the planet and placed in a tomb on Dxun, one of the four moons. The funeral procession to the spaceport is disrupted by two Akin-Dower Groundborers bursting through the surface. Master Sirta handles one on her own while the rest of the team deals with the other. The colossal excavation machines have been fitted with external turrets which fire into the crowd. Large doors open and dissident members of the Royal Armed Forces rush out. Then, as part of a second wave, Warb Null strides down the ramp and engages with Run while Sirta is attacked by some unseen force. Although Rune, Vox and Myn fight well, the Naddist Revolutionaries manage to capture both of the sarcophagi as well as the unconscious body of Master Sirta. In the coming days, there is other fighting to try and quell the riots. During one of these battles, both Kith Kark and Jad Renek are killed. Horath is severly wounded and Vaen insists on taking him and Kerr (plus the bodies of the slain Jedi) off the planet in The Black Corsair. Using the Amanoa’s notes and The Great Library, the Jedi research Warb Null and learn that he was a metallurgist named Shas Dovos. Queen Galia, feeling bad over the deaths of two Jedi, reveals that her father – King Ommin – is not really dead. After his defeat at the hands of Arca Jeth, Ommin has remained in hiding in a Life Support Facility deep below the Royal Palace. Galia thinks that he can help since he understands the Dark Side. After revealing Warb Null and the captive Master Sirta behind a curtain, an epic fight ensues in which the Healing Adepts casts mystic bolts and the Palace Guards at the door fire with blaster rifles. With his perfectly crafted armor, Warb Null is difficult to defeat but Rune manages to damage the plating around his neck and both he and Vox are able to take advantage of this new vulnerability. After his defeat, King Ommin himself begins to move about the room on his mechanical armature, casting deadly spells. Run attacks the armature itself and Ommin collapses into a boneless heap, screaming for “Nadd!” as he is dispatched. The air sizzles with blue fire as the spirit form of Freedon Nadd takes shape behind the dying King. He vows that the Jedi have made a new enemy this day. The episode ends with the remains of Freedon Nadd, King Ommin and Queen Amanoa being put to rest on Dxun.