13 Feb 2021
“I just need a refuel,” Luke tells the droids, carefully throwing his legs over the edge of the cockpit to slide to the ground. Grogu coos softly, his hands opening and closing his three fingers.
“Not a problem, we’ll have you—ready to go...” She trails off when she gets a look at the child, who begins babbling. The Force moves around her in happiness then surprise, shock, then something akin to anger sparking faster than a thermal detonator. Before he can open his mouth, in a move that would have left Han impressed, she has a blaster in hand and shot him in the face.
11 Aug 2021
Luke walks straight to Din and Din suddenly feels like he should be doing something with his hands.
“Hi,” he says.
“Hi,” Luke agrees, grinning. “So. I didn’t get your name, before. Grogu just calls you ‘Daddy’ in his head but I’m assuming I should call you something else.”
Din chokes a little.
This is basically an Accidental Warlord Din Djarin fic in which Din plays the role of reluctant DILF leader with a heart of gold and Luke plays the role of initially distrusted twink who quickly becomes beloved by all (especially said warlord). The Mandalorians are like, "we've only had Luke Skywalker for a day and a half but if anything happened to him I would kill everyone in this room and then myself."
21 Aug 2021
Eighteen-year-old Obi-Wan struggles to support Qui-Gon, who never recovered from the losses of Xanatos and Tahl. He's in pain from a blocked lifebond. All he wants is knighthood and a future with his bondmate. As Qui-Gon's mental health deteriorates, that dream seems to be slipping through his fingers.
-How could Obi-Wan's childhood trauma from his Legends backstory have happened in a Jedi Order run by responsible, caring adults, and what would his recovery from it realistically look like?
-Good people make harmful choices for understandable reasons (unprocessed trauma, unhealthy attachment, insufficient institutional safeguards...)
-Quinlan/Obi-Wan, because I wanted more of that so I wrote it
TWs: discussion of slavery, being a child soldier, emotional abuse/neglect, substance abuse, and brief mentions of sexual violence
There was a plot bunny that took over my head.
Fandoms: Star Wars - All Media Types, Star Wars Prequel Trilogy, Star Wars Legends - All Media Types
11 Aug 2021
“You know,” Quin says after a minute, gloved fingers fiddling with the fabric of his tunic, “if you hate this thought, I didn’t say it, but. No one said the Chosen One had to restore balance from within the Order.”
Out of respect for his Master, Obi-Wan takes a child from Tatooine to the Temple. Three years later, out of love for his Padawan, he brings the child back.