19 Jan 2017
Baze had never seen himself as a paternal figure. Kids were annoying at best, and menacing at worst. But then Bodhi happens and suddenly, everything else just seems to slip into place.
("Things that are meant to be, will be," Chirrut says.
"Aish," is all Baze responds with.)
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13 May 2017
It's the business of Baze Malbus to know where things are and what they should be, to keep moving, so as to outpace his failures, and to trust nothing but Luck, which plays no favorites, and offers a blank slate every time.
When he meets Chirrut Îmwe he does not know him.
This too, is Luck.
20 Dec 2016
“I’m going to die in your arms, you know.”
“Do you use that line on everyone you come across?” Baze asks.
“No,” the man replies with a smile. “Just you.”
5 Jan 2017
Baze and Chirrut meet for the first time on an Imperial prison ship, a long way from home.
'You're not a doctor, are you.'
'I'm a monk,' said Chirrut, and patted him on the chest. 'So if you die from your wounds, I'll know what to do with your spirit.'
This is what Baze learns before Jedha falls.