Fandoms: Star Wars: The Wrath of Darth Maul - Ryder Windham, Star Wars - All Media Types, Star Wars Legends: Jedi Apprentice Series - Jude Watson & Dave Wolverton, Star Wars Prequel Trilogy, Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace
12 May 2017
“Young Bant Eerin is having…difficulties.”
Feemor frowns. “Master, we have no way of knowing what she is truly seeing. It could be past, present or future— and we do not even know if the future she sees will come to pass.”
Even so, Bant’s visions are troubling, full of shadow and violence. At the centre of it all is one person. Sometimes man. Sometimes boy. Sometimes something else entirely. But it is always Kenobi, there is no denying that. His essence is the same, no matter how it twists and warps and crumbles.
“If we could only find him—” Qui-Gon interrupts himself, gaze far-off. “In another life, maybe, he could have been my- my padawan, but now…”
Feemor worries for his former Master. And for this strange youngling he's never even met, and likely never will.
In which Obi-Wan acts in the only way he knows how after a lifetime of regret and self-sacrifice.
But the thing with that is this: Obi-Wan has thought himself to be alone for far, far too long. And he is not the only player on the field.
- Part 3 of he leaves sand and stardust in his wake
Fandoms: Star Wars - All Media Types, Star Wars Legends - All Media Types, Star Wars: Rise of Empire Era - All Media Types, Star Wars: Restraint - James Luceno, Star Wars: The Wrath of Darth Maul - Ryder Windham
7 Dec 2013
Disclaimer: It is small, it is barely a story and it's not a work of commerce. Just a vignette for a bigger tale – Star Wars.
Summary: Ever wondered what happened in the former space-pirates fortress at Blackguard's Gorge on Orsis? Ever wondered what Darth Sidious there taught in private lessons his once to be Apprentice? Inspired by the novels The Wrath of Darth Maul (Ryder Windham) and Restraint (James Luceno). Ignited by the Darthipedia's musings about the multiple deaths of Darth Maul. Written down by a fan's hand.
Acknowledgement: I bow deeply before Dark Lady, who took up the toils to beta this story for me so kindly. Alas, I'm a Sith, but I'm failing in imagining a way to reward you adequately. A thankful nod goes to the authors of the novels who inspired this story. Even if it was rather the kind of I-can-do-better-than-you inspiration.