The Jedi now were hiding in an alley. Jaak was displeased.
"Damn it, why couldn't we have had more time to choose an outfit? Even though this jacket is quite comfortable.."
"Quit complaining, Jaak. We still have to carry Deilor with us. He's our responsibility, as he saved our lives."
"Yeah, yeah. The sooner we get off this rock and away from that clone, the better. I already know where we should go into exile."
"Really? What did you have in mind?"
"Oh, some spaceport on Tatooine. I heard those places aren't really in contact with the Republic, I mean they still have slavery. Plus that area is Hutt Space, which gives us an advantage an- wait a second."
"Shh! Get down!"
The pair laid Deilor's body under some trash bags, and they themselves ducked behind separate bins. To their horror, the trooper walked right past the alley. Both of them could swear that the clone was looking out of the corner of his eye at the both of them. He kept walking on. Jaak had half the sense to go right behind him and kill him, thus ending their chase once and for all, but Dah'lei managed to stop him from being so foolish.
Jaak whispered as light as possible to Dah'lei as he could, and even a person standing next to him would have trouble hearing him.
"I think he's gone. I'll go check."
"We have to find out somehow whether he's gone or not. Should anything happen to me, you still have time to grab Deilor and start running."
Jaak crouched up slowly. He stepped so quiet, that even in midday you could not tell he was moving if you looked him in the eye. And flying, he went. The bomb had taken a chunk of the wall, and bits of cinder and metal now flew, while Jaak landed some 20 feet behind Dah'lei. A scream, a laugh, and then a sudden short breath was heard as the smoke rose. Dah'lei was not sure who was standing over her, but they hadn't hurt her yet. Looking up, she saw Deilor standing at his feet, hand outstretched, clone down on the ground, out cold. The two Jedi went and picked up Jaak, threw him over Deilor's shoulder, and continued to run.