The Templar Sanctum, Roon
It had been quite some time since the Confederacy of Independent Systems had welcomed the world known as Roon into the fold. Since that day, the world had been a catalyst for an unparalleled sum of growth and change within the nation; for the Templar Order decided to take up residence upon this world and erected a breathtaking home by the name Sanctum. Among those who had grown due to the events of the Confederacy's reaching out to Room, Josiah Denko was about to grow even more. This because of words of guidance imparted to him by one @[member="Ember Rekali"]; a rather enigmatic character that Josiah had come to respect immensely.
This guidance came in the form of an introduction; for as the battle against the Pirates waged that fateful day, Ember informed the Templar about an art that could be found within the Force. Known as Tutaminis, it revolved around the manipulation of energy, and according to Ember, could be learned through "casting one's hand into the depth of fire...and not be burned."
Ever since his promotion to a Master of the Templar Order, Josiah had found himself consumed by a desire to grow in strength. He wanted to be worthy of the title that he now carried, and as such frequented the Training Rooms found within the Sanctum. Tirelessly, he toiled away, honing his skills; and this day in particular decided to attempt to learn a new one entirely. As his confident strides bore him along the corridors of the Sanctum, and ultimately into one of the training rooms he had prepared beforehand, there was but a hint of nervousness in the pit of his stomach.
It was the fear of failure. The fear of not living up to the title of Master.
However, he had to put that fear aside and concentrate. Wavering now would mean failing, and ultimately would cost him a hand. As such, he walked within the room and came to a halt at its center; then seated himself upon the floor. Prepared beforehand was a simple, modest stack of wood. It was time to light the flame and begin walking the path of Tutaminis.