06 Aug 2018
It is better that one man falls to darkness than an entire Galaxy. It turns out the price of the future is a certain man's soul. Was it worth it?
AKA What if Ventress had actually understood the subtle, if despicable, art of breaking a man?
Rated M for torture and general dark-sidedness
Fandoms: Star Wars Prequel Trilogy, Star Wars - All Media Types, Star Wars: The Clone Wars (2008) - All Media Types, Star Wars: Clone Wars (2003) - All Media Types
02 Apr 2022
Obi-Wan is immortal- he doesn't always heal and he doesn't have a great immune system. Every time he dies the Force says 'not yet' and shoves him back into his body. The more deaths he accumulates, the more he wonders- what's the point in not-dying when you hate being alive?
20 Dec 2021
Fandoms: Star Wars - All Media Types, Star Wars Prequel Trilogy, Star Wars: The Clone Wars (2008) - All Media Types, Star Wars Legends - All Media Types
10 Dec 2021
Anakin died on Mustafar having turned to the Light in his last moments with the realization that Obi-wan's brotherly love for him was unconditional, untainted, and unwavering. After Anakin's last breath, Obi-wan cried out to the Force and the Force answered:
“Emotion, yet peace.
Ignorance, yet knowledge.
Passion, yet serenity.
Chaos, yet harmony.
Death, yet the Force.
Haat, Ijaa, Haa'it.”
09 May 2021
His brothers sought shelter in the rare safe spots. No Jedimaster to be - there he was.
Of course. Right in the middle. Instead of doing the reasonable thing and picking one of the available blasters up (even if Obi-Wan had insisted several times that red “simply wasn’t his color” ) Kenobi did the most ridiculous (and incredible) jedi-esque thing Cody had seen in at least a week.
He suppressed the urge to scream.
In which Obi-Wan Kenobi looses his lighstaber in a battle and decides to go against a few droids anyway, Cody returns said lightsaber and misunderstands why Obi-Wan didn't pick up a blaster.
Melida/Daan fallout during the Clone Wars.