Duality: Ahsoka and AnakinI. First Impression
Anakin opened the door of their suite and looked up past the brown folds of Jedi cloak to a masked alien face. He did not recognize this Jedi, nor the orange-faced youngling standing next to him, one of her pudgy hands gripping his trouser leg. She could not have been older than five, not if her species aged like Anakins.
Without looking around, he called out, Master Obi-Wan?
The tall alien said, Good day.
Anakin heard the footsteps and rustlings of Obi-Wans approach from within the young Masters room before Obi-Wan passed in front of him to soberly shake the visitors hand. Master Plo. Its good to see you.
Plo said, And you. The entire Temple waited to hear of how things fared at Naboo.
Im glad to be alive.
If you need to talk
Come in. Have some tea.
The Force grew cold and hollow, and Anakin realized with some surprise that he kne
Not So SecretAnakin was not the eavesdropping sortokay, who was he kidding, yes he wasbut this... this he felt a little guilty for. He hid himself in The Force, disguising his presence and rendering himself invisible to the galaxy. Then he peeked around the corner.Not So Secret6 years ago in Science Fiction More Like This
There she was. A little Togruta padawan who wasn't so little, or a padawan, anymore. She leaned forward on a supply crate, legs bent in front of her, as she whispered into the comlink in her hand.
Anakin didn't have to ask. He knew it was Rex.
It hurt that she couldn't confide in himisn't that what padawans and masters should do?but he understood. Understanding didn't diminish the small flash of jealousy tightening in his chest, though. He watched her, not quite listening to what she said as to how she said it.
The last mission bothered her, that much was clear. But Anakin was there, Rex wasn't. Why couldn't she talk to him? Anakin felt like he missed a valuable bit of information, and he hated that feeling
Just A DreamTitle: Just A DreamJust A Dream6 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
Characters: Ahsoka, Rex, Anakin, various clones
Origin: Star Wars - The Clone Wars
Ahsoka awoke to Anakins knock on the door of her room.
Ahsoka, wake up. Weve got a briefing with the council in an hour, he said. Ahsoka sat up, rubbing her eyes. Ahsoka?
Im awake, master.
Ill expect you on the bridge in 30 minutes. Anakins voice faded as he moved away from the door.
Yes, master, she replied groggily. She sighed. She had had the strangest dream that she had spent the previous night in the barracks, socializing with Rex as he had played poker, and that she had
As she remembered the kiss, her breath caught in her throat as her face turned the color of rust. Her lips burned at the memory. She shook her head from side to side.
No. It was a dream, she reminded herself. It couldnt have really happened.
Smile through the sadnessAhsoka curled up and looked out at the sky. Another day had gone by during the clone wars. She rested her head on her knees and sat in the field on Tatooine. In the background Anakin and Rex were setting up tents for the night and the Twilight was slowly getting what looked like a mini town of tents built around it. A cool breeze picked up and a few leaves danced on the wind past Ahsoka's face. She let out a small sigh and continued to look at the stars. She had no idea what she was going to do or how she was going to express her new found feelings to her Master. In the Jedi order it was forbidden to form attachments to anyone, so how could she allow herself to form an attachment let alone one to her Master. She closed her eyes and let herself become immersed in her thoughts.Smile through the sadness5 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
Smile, though your heart is aching
Smile, even though it's breaking
When there are clouds in the sky
You'll get by...
Anakin looked over at his padawan. He didn't really know what was going on with her. He
Ahsoka's Dream Part 3To recap: Ahsoka's heart was failing. She had a surgery to fix her heart. After waking she saw Rex and started asking him questions. It was then that we found her not remembering anything.Ahsoka's Dream Part 36 years ago in Science Fiction More Like This
"What's a Jedi? Well...umm..." Rex was trying to think of a good answer to the question when Anakin walked in.
"Hey Snips, how are you feeling?" He got no response whatsoever.
"Sir, she doesn't remember anything. She didn't even know what a Jedi was." Rex told him quietly.
"Oh. So what did you tell her?"
"Nothing, Sir. I thought it would be better to have you tell her." Rex lied. To tell the truth he had no idea what to tell her.
"You could have told her. Sometimes I wonder why I keep you as my captain."
"Don't talk to him like that. I may not who I am or what's going on here, but I know talking to someone like that is wrong. And don't even think about me that's it's ok because you're in charge." Ahsoka said joining the conversation.
"It's ok Ahsoka. I'm used to it." Rex sadly admitted.
Chronicles Of Ahsoka Chapter 3"Gotta sit down" she thought "just for a minute"Chronicles Of Ahsoka Chapter 36 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
Ahsoka found an old rusty bench on the side of the road she was on. It creaked as she sat down, but i didnt matter, her feet were too tired to care. she glanced up and watch as person after person passed by.
It took a moment, but she realized that this was the same bench she sat on years ago. It was almost poetic that she would return to this place. It was a day she could never forget, her fight with that assassin, when she met Kevin.
She reached deep into her pocket and pulled out an object in her hand. She opened up her hand and stared down at the ring Kevin gave to her, just hours before his death. She brushed off the dust off the shinning blue stone before gripping her hand back into a fist and slumped her head down.
"In breaking news,"
Ahsoka lifted her head and saw the screen across the street from her. It was the holo net news, with its normal anchorman sitting behind a clear desk covered with
ProtectedWhen she looked at the clones, she would always find herself thinking about how brave they were. She knew they were made to be obedient and brave, but she figured it had to take more than a bunch of injections, and hormones to make someone be able to look death in the eyes on a daily basis, just to get up and do it again if they lived to see the next day.Protected6 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
Ahsoka sat quietly in the cargo bag watching the steady buzz of clones load and unload ships. And the occasional slacker clone who stopped to talk or joke with his brothers. She didn't really have anything better to do, Anakin had just run off on another vague meeting with Obi-Wan. She was happy to see how close they were even after he had become a Jedi knight. She could only hope she hand her master would act like that when she grew into a knight.
Swinging her legs over the side of a ledge on the cemented cold floor was one of Ahsoka's favorite ways to unwind. She loved seeing the clones happy, they were all like brothers to her in a
Ahsoka's AkulShe jumped off the flagship into the cold yellow clouds, her ears filling with the sound of her clothing flapping as she plummeted. The clones jet packs hissed to life behind her as they followed, and despite the emptiness of the sky ringing in her montrals, she felt filled up, embraced by a gravity well as comfortingly choking as a fur coat, and she whooped to fill the sky with the same completeness.Ahsoka's Akul6 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
It may have been the next mission, or a few afterward. They tended to blur together when most of them did not involve things as exciting as jumping out of spaceships and battling lightsaber-wielding CIS leaders. Most of them involved something like this; sitting under a mud-brown-and-grey tarpaulin lashed with rain, waiting while the clones pushed en masse ever so slowly into Seperatist lines. Most of them, too, involved this, Master Skywalker coming and looking down at her darkly, saying Look Snips, I just wanted to talk to you about
Ahsoka Tano: Out of TuneWater dripped somewhere, causing echos on the temple's cave walls. A breeze rustled through the cave, bringing with it the smell of the snowstorm outside. The crystals sang. Purple, blue, green. But they were out of tune.Ahsoka Tano: Out of Tune5 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
You sighed. Obviously a disturbance in the Force, yet you had been ordered by Master Yoda to take a meditative retreat here, and under no circumstances return until sent for. Yet, the disturbance had not evened out to meld with the greater hum of the Force, and you had not been sent for. Both the radio silence and the disharmony persisted.
You shook your head and sent your beaded Padawan braid swinging against your head-tails. All this quiet and mediation must be getting to you. You were used to the battlefield and the close quarters of space travel, not to this infernal waiting and silence. Getting up from your cross-legged meditation position, you massaged your legs, finding them stiff after staying still for so long. You shivered and pulled your robes closer around
Ahsoka's Dream Part 1Run. Just keep running and they can't catch you. But how long can one person run without stumbling. She thought to herself. But who was she running from? The scene changes, darkness all around her. Only the sound is that of a heartbeat. She saw a body just laying there in someone's arms. Who is that? She kept thinking as I got closer. This when I realized it was Rex who was holding the body. Gently tracing the face with his fingers. Then looking over his shoulder she saw who he was holding. It's me!Ahsoka's Dream Part 16 years ago in Science Fiction More Like This
Her own scream had woken her up, along with everyone else. Rex comes running into my room with pistols out and ready to shoot.
"Commander Ahsoka, are you alright?" Rex said worriedly, hiding it behind his helmet.
"I'm fine Captain, just a nightmare. Nothing to worry about, I promise." She said hoping he would drop the matter. Of course, he did not.
"That's the third time this week, Commander. Is something bothering you or do you just like to scare us all?"
"Maybe a lit
HomeHomeHome5 years ago in Flash Fiction & Vignettes More Like This
The corridor was brightly lit, even in the dead of the night. The deck felt cold under her barefeet, even though she knew it was temperature controlled. Ahsoka padded quietly along the black decking, moving quietly through the deserted corridor, trying not to be seen.
It's not that she couldn't be out of her quarters of her own free will. She was not a prisoner by any means, but her heading would be questionable should her master find her out of her quarters, in the middle of the night.
Ahsoka ducked around a corner and looked both ways. Most were sleeping soundly after a hard day of service to the Republic. The ship kept to Coruscanti time and that helped to regulate the day, even when away. From what Ahsoka understood, the clones had even been trained on Coruscanti time, even though they were on Kamino. It kept order.
She moved quickly down the corridor. The way was familiar to her, even with her eyes closed. She could feel where she was going, using the force as a guide.
Ahsoka's Silence Part 2Ahsoka didn't know if she should tell them. Her fragile little heart was bursting. 'Time to tell the truth.' she thought.Ahsoka's Silence Part 24 years ago in Profiles More Like This
"It all started when I was sleeping in my dorm, when I saw HIM. I didn't know who he was at first, but the figure looked vaguely familiar. I recognized the hat and the menacing red eyes. I didn't say anything at first...he just stood there. Before I screamed out for help, he lounged towards me, injecting this medicine.
I woke up about what seemed to be a couple minutes later in his ship. My lightsaber was back at my dorm along with my comlink. I was helpless.
'Welcome youngling' he said.
I looked around the murky, red dimmed lit room, perhaps his living quarters. I said nothing at first. Confused and concerned. I glared at him, and frowned. 'Why did you bring me here? I'm leaving...right now!' I shouted.
I was heading towards the door, when he blocked my path. 'Can't let you do dat' he smirked.
He grabbed my arm with a tight grip, and tried to kiss me...but I kicked
Ahsoka's Silence Pt. 1Ahsoka had never forgiven herself that horrible night. She was sleeping peacefully, until that sleemo bounty hunter had broken into the Jedi Temple and kidnapped her away. She was only gone for the night, but what a LONG night it was. She frowned remembering the thoughts the memories. She hoped she never had that experience again. If onlyAhsoka's Silence Pt. 14 years ago in Profiles More Like This
"Ahsoka what's the matter?" Anakin had asked one day.
She turned to look at him, but turned back, deciding not to. She looked down, "Nothing."
Anakin raised his eyebrows "Yeah right come on. What's going on? You have not been yourself! You've lost a lot of weight, and you look extremely tired."
Ahsoka shrugged. Not caring anymore. Why should he care about her she didn't. She frowned, noticing her depressing thoughts. She continued to look down in silence.
"Ahsoka! Answer me!" Anakin commanded, growing tired of his padawan's antics.
Ahsoka continued to look down, still sad about her unexpected visit with Cad Bane.
Ahsoka's Mission pt 1Ahsoka and her master stood before the Council, unaware of what was going to happen. Yoda said "Go to Shili, you shall, Padawan Tano." "Yes master," Ahsoka said "Will my master be coming with me?" "No," Yoda replied "go, he will not. Solo, this mission is, for you." "Are you sure master?" Anakin asked, "I mean, maybe this is mission is to extreme, maybe I should accompany her." 'Gee, thanks for the support master.' Ahsoak told him through the Force, Anakin gave her a smirk, and replied 'Just looking out for ya, Snips.' "No," Yoda said interupting both of their thoughts "Go alone, she will, help her planet, she must." "If you mind me asking, master Yoda," Ahsoka asked "What is my mission?" Mace Windu said "We have had many distress calls from Shili, all of them telling us the same thing, murder. Over 100 Togrutas have been murdered, now we have to find out by who. The person has only attacked Togrutas, so we believe that he will not leave the planet until the Togruta species is extinct.Ahsoka's Mission pt 14 years ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
SW: Secondhand EchoesAhsoka glared at Anakin, lips pursed, headtails twitching. "Over my dead body."SW: Secondhand Echoes5 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
He glared right back at her, the Senate dome in the morning-hazed distance behind him emphasizing his look of imperious irritation. He wore irritation well, Ahsoka thought. It went with the black.
"Come on, Snips, we've been over this. Padawans don't always stick with their masters. I spent a lot of time with Master Unduli during my training."
"That wasn't during a war. You need me here, and you know it." She pointed at him, then waved-grand gestures certainly weren't signs of the emotional control necessary for Jedi Knighthood, but they were appropriate here. Something had to encompass Anakin, the Temple spires in the distance, the mushroom-shaped Senate cap, and the whole blasted situation.
Anakin's face got serious. Ahsoka had no idea how to explain human emotions, even though most of the facial muscles were similar to the ones she as a Togruta was hardwired into reading. Maybe it was something in his ey
Never Again"Believe it or not, she used to smile." Rex told the young man. He was talking about a the sad looking Togruta, sitting in the corner of the small shop on Tatooine.Never Again5 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
"Heard she used to be a Jedi back in the day. That's why I'm here. I was hoping to talk her about well about my father." The young man liked to get right to the point. If he was going to bulid the new Jedi Order, he would need help.
"What's your name?"
"My name is Luke Skywalker. I am Anakin Skywalker's son."
"Alright, you can give it a try, but you should know she doesn't talk much anymore." Rex was a little hesident. He had heard rumors about Anakin having a child, but that's all he had ever thought they were. Just rumors. But there was something about this young man, that reminded him of Skywalker, even though it was such a long time ago.
"Thank you." Luke said in return. Rex watched as he started talking to the girl. He heard mention of Anakin. The girl smiled slightly. Her eyes were filled with saddness and fear.
SW TCW: So ColdThings had really been changing lately for Ahsoka Tano. The young Togruta was no longer a Padawan, but she still didn't quite feel like a Knight yet. Maybe it was because she had only just passed the trials a month ago, and was still getting used to command without Anakin around, but it just didn't feel right to her. She hardly ever saw her old master anymore, and it worried her. Some had been whispering that he wasn't himself lately, Ahsoka couldn't do anything about it, though; she was halfway across the galaxy on a remote, and freezing, outer rim world with just a few clones.SW TCW: So Cold6 years ago in Sci-Fi More Like This
It was supposed to be a covert mission, but Ahsoka felt so uncomfortable about it all - like she was walking into a trap. Actually, being this far away from her old master just seemed odd period. Up until recently, he'd always made sure to be as close as he could when it was possible. It had always put Ahsoka at ease, but when he sent her on this mission, something had been wrong - off.
Anakin had been under a
And Rex and Ashoka shortAnd Rex and Ashoka short6 years ago in Science Fiction More Like This
"Since when did you use a blaster?" Rex chuckled.
Ashoka whipped around. She tried to hide the blaster pistol behind her back, but Rex had spotted it already.
"Erm, never, I was just, practicing." she said blushing a darker, more rusty orange.
Rex glanced at the target she had been shooting at. The holes from the blaster shots she had shot peppered randomly on the target.
"I don't have good aim." she admitted.
Rex grinned, "We can fix that you know, why are you using a blaster anyway?"
Ashoka shrugged as she handed over the blaster, "I just think I should learn how to use a different type of weapon, you never know.."
Rex nodded, she had a point.
"Well, your holding it all wrong see," Rex placed his hands on her's and moved them on the correct placement on the blaster. "And you aim like this."
Rex helped her aim and pushed her trigger finger. The pistol jerked lightly in their hands and the blast made a neat hole, dead center of the target.
Ashoka looked amazed," How did you learn to do
Ahsoka's Dream Part 2"Hey kid, can you help me?" "These thing happen, Commander." Rex's voice echoed through her ears as she slept in the closet. She had dreamed that she was in a wonderful world where the war did not exist. She saw someone in the distance. Her heart raced as she got closer. His arms wrapped around her and he pulled her in close.Ahsoka's Dream Part 26 years ago in Science Fiction More Like This
"I might kiss you." Rex whispered in her into ear.
"I might be bad at it." She whispered back.
"That's not possible."
His lips gently rubbed against hers.
Ahsoka fell out of the bed. Her dream was so nice yet it scared her too. She knew how she felt about Rex, her Captain. 'What am I so afraid of? My master that's what I'm afraid of. He would be so mad if he knew how I felt about Rex. No, I can't let anyone know about this. I need to push these feelings as far down as possible.' Ahsoka thought as she started to get up when it hit her.
"I fell asleep in Rex's closet. Why was I in his bed?" She said nervously to herself.
"Hey 'Sleeping Beauty'.
Nightmares.........Nightmares5 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
We were walking, down white sterile halls.
"You haven't lived up to what we designed you to be."
We were walking slowly.
"I can still fight! I'm still of use! General tell them I'm still of use!"
Walking behind us two forms. One tall, one small.
Who are they?
"This way please."
"No! I can still fight!" I was pleading now. "Please general please!"
We entered another white room. A chair in the middle.
"Have a seat clone" The tall form said.
I don't recognize them.
"You won't need your armor anymore. I'll give it to your replacement." The small form said.
Straps, restraint. I fought.
"Please! I can still fight!"
"Shut up clone." The tall one said. "You're not of any use to me anymore."
Who is this man?
A needle coming closer.
Thrashing. "Sirs! Please!" Tears rolled. "PLEASE!"
"Please sirs I'm begging you! Stop this! I can still fight! I'm still useful! Please don't terminate me! Sirs!!"
White, sterile, clean.
Duality: Anakin and Obi-WanI. First ImpressionDuality: Anakin and Obi-Wan6 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
When he hears Obi-Wan call Qui-Gon Master, it is as if the ship has lurched beneath him; he has been terribly nowhat slaver would go through such an elaborate ruse to capture one boy, even a top racer? And he can sense the rightness, as surely as if he were beholding the wonders of the Jedi Temple already. (He is not sure what those wonders are, as mostly when he imagined Jedi they were flying or fighting, but right now the air seems as imbued with promise as with oxygen.)
So he assesses Obi-Wan again, and sees a man younger, less scarred, than Qui-Gons example had lead him to imagine Jedi to be; were he raised in Mos Espa, Anakin thought, Obi-Wan would be...what? A gambler, a farmer, a vagrant? He does not seem to fit any of those molds. On Tatooine, anyone with such...such a shy sort of politeness, paired with the authority and skill shown by the fact he carried a lightsaber, would be left alone.
Obi-Wan was waiting when Anak