Order 66: Part IVThe molten gray and black storm clouds peeled back off of her interceptor'sOrder 66: Part IV7 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
canopy as Jedi Master Genelle Genson pulled away from Doronaa's atmosphere and
into the inviting blackness of space. There wasn't much time, however, to enjoy
the sudden calm as her fighter broke the planet's natural pall and the drops of
water began to race back away from the central viewport of her ship's
bubble-like canopy. She would be completely out of the atmosphere in less than
ten seconds and, in the same amount of time, she would reach the maximum firing
range of Doronaa's stationed Venator-class Star Destroyer, the Star
Lines. And already she could see the cloud of ion-trails as the Star
Lines disgorged a squadron of ARC-170 starfighters.
More than likely Tee's squadron, she thought as she instantly began
running through weapons warm-ups and pre-battle checks. ARC Trooper 119-70, Tee
for short, was the commanding clone pilot on th
Order 66: Part IIClone Commander ARC 1104 had been given the code name Edge by Jedi Master Genson because he was known for quick, sharp decisions on and off the battlefield. Edge was bred from the ARC line of clones and, therefore, capable of more independant thought and actions than the standard 'trooper and, like all other clones from the ARC batch, Edge was put in command directly under the Jedi. He'd served with Master Genson and her padawan learner for more than a dozen missions on half that number of planets and, as a result of her stratagies and orders, Edge had yet to lose a single 'trooper from his battalion. A twi'lek of incredible resolve and commendable intelligence, Master Genson was a fine leader and unparalleled warrior. So, when the special comlink in his belt chimed, Edge knew that he was going to be faced with a rather harsh night.Order 66: Part II7 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
The soft twee of the link chimed once more as he pulled it out of his belt and, cradling the small devic
Clone Wars: BrothersDarth Maul looks up at the creature that is calling itself his brother.Clone Wars: Brothers2 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
He sees black stripes on a yellow face; hooked, tan horns; orange eyes. He sees black armor like the shell of a turtle. This must be another animal, come to fight Maul for his nest. Maul shivers all over, readying himself to get up. He arcs like a cat. He tastes the air with his teeth and his tongue. It smells like ashes and fire, but it always does. Maybe, somewhere, there's the tang of speeder exhaust from above, and something electrical.
The creature talks to him. The voice is deep, and the words, garbled. It has shoved its way into his den, and sniffed while it looked at his scrap metal and his fire and his drawings. It is a big, wide-shouldered creature.
Maul has trouble with words sometimes. He remembers that they used to be easy for him, but now they seem to stick and repeat instead of forming into new shapes quickly. The shapes of letters seem to have color and sound of their own.
Alternate TFU Ending- DarkStarkiller, having just fought the man who practically raised him for all of hisAlternate TFU Ending- Dark5 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
life, who'd given him the knowledge of infinite dark energy, who'd nearly killed him twice
now, was dead. He leaped up from the lower level, stopping only to see Vaders body one more
time, and lands at the edge of the walkway.
Within the dome of the emperors tower, he watched as Palpatine tortured Rahm Kota, and when
it seemed that the former jedi general couldnt take any more, the Emperor blasts him with
another burst of lightning, knocking him out cold.
"Excellent" the lord of darkness said, turning his back to Starkiller "Vader was a broken
shadow of his former self."
"You have but one final test," he said as he pointed at Kota "Sever your ties to the Jedi,"
in the blink of an eye, his hand was now a gripped fist "And at last, you will be a Sith
He ignited his lightsaber and raised it over his head, casting him and Kota in an blue
glow. As he looked at his master, still struggling to even stand,
Dark Side Ahsoka: PreparationWar has come to the galaxy. Many say it is a fight for freedom and prosperity; but it in reality, it is a game and the prizes are pride and power. Both sides have the same interest. Both sides are corrupted. Even the Jedi, the guardians of the peace, have gained too much power. The Republican and Separatist senate have all been corrupted; all they care about now is wealth and power .and yet, they want more. No peace can be restored in this conflict. There is only one solution: cleanse the galaxy and rid it of it's vermin. One being was brave enough to use the idea: a Sith. He created a dark army through the power of alchemy. He made everything: soldiers, armored vehicles, weapons and ships. All he needed now was a successor: an apprentice. Luckily, he found one: a child with extraordinary potential with the blade of a lightsaber and the Force, seeking her true destiny. She was captured by him and was shown the true path of justice. At first, she did not believe; but yet, her masteDark Side Ahsoka: Preparation3 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
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Traveling to Discord's 'Cloud Castle' proved even more difficult than the five friends had imagined. In this warped, distorted world nothing ever was as it seemed and distance and depth perception were certainly fine examples of it.
"Ugh, this must be how Derpy Hooves feels!" Rainbow Dash groaned, her wings flapping wildly but sending her in all the wrong directions, especially down. "Poison Joke was better than this! At least than I KNEW when I was about to hit something, it didn't just run out in front of me!"
"I know it's frustrating girls but I think we're almost there." Twilight reassured them as best she could but sure enough, the castle continued to allude them. One moment it would be a mere few yards away, the next it would be miles. Trying to fly to it meant hitting an 'invisible wall' or getting swarmed by flying pigs and floating pies, and all that was provided you could even getting yourself off the ground! The whole ordeal was starting to take it's toll on the group
Left With AshesLeft With Ashes3 years ago in Sci-Fi More Like This
Darman scrambled over to the fallen scout trooper and cradled him in his arms. Ashes' breathing was heavy and laboured; Darman knew this was not a good sign.
"H-hey Darman. . ," Ashes whispered.
Darman could feel himself tearing up. "It's going to be alright, Ashes,"
Ashes coughed violently, then laughed weakly. "No, Darman. I've got to go. . ,"
"No!" The tears were falling freely now. "I lost Etain, I will not lose you!"
"You've got to let me go, ner vod. . ."
Darman shut his eyes. He couldn't go through this again. But Darman, eyes closed, saw something. Where there should not have been a door, there was, light pouring from it. The ghost of Ashes stood there, giving Darman a sad gaze through his helmet.
In that same moment, he stepped through the barrier that separates our world from theirs, and died.
KotOR: The BeginningKotOR: The Beginning2 years ago in Sci-Fi More Like This
Four thousand years before the rise of the Galactic Empire, the Republic verges on collapse. Darth Malak, last surviving apprentice of the Dark Lord Revan, has unleashed an invincible Sith armada upon an unsuspecting galaxy.
Crushing all resistance, Malak's war of conquest has left the Jedi Order scattered and vulnerable as countless Knights fall in battle, and many more swear allegiance to the new Sith Master.
In the skies above the Outer Rim world of Taris, a Jedi battle fleet engages the forces of Darth Malak in a desperate effort to halt the Sith's galactic domination
Bastila Shan stood at the port side viewport on the bridge of the Endar Spire, eyes closed, hands clasped behind her back. To say that she was afraid would be a gross overstatement, and yet there was something in the back of her mind that made her feel uneasy and warned her that letting her guard down would be a mistake. Come to think of it, that feeling had been present since the beginning of the
Star Wars: On The HuntMaya Jeda stepped over a gnarled green vine and eased into the jungle. The plains of Shili ended abruptly, fields of waving turu-grass cut off by thick-boled trees. Where the occasional birdcall had sounded out there, the riot of sounds stopped as soon as Maya moved further into the jungle.Star Wars: On The Hunt2 years ago in Sci-Fi More Like This
The trees were widely spaced but surrounded by whole ecosystems of undergrowth. Even as she tried to step around the larger bushes and flowers, she heard animals start up again in the distance. There were dangerous creatures on this world; the native Togruta people were fanged and strong. Some groups still hunted akuls in a rite of passage to prove that even their children could survive when the wild inevitably bullrushed its way into civilization. Maya was glad to have her two lightsabers hanging at her hips, even if she didn't like the idea of fighting animals.
Those dangerous animals were the whole reason she was here. She had been hired to retrieve the urgluk bezoar, a hunk of nutrien
Clone Wars: Shattered PiecesThere was liquid where Ahsokas montrals were supposed to be, an unusually light weight that canceled out the ultrasonic sense of space that she always subconsciously relied on. It sloshed on the edges of her hearing as she tried to sit up.Clone Wars: Shattered Pieces5 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
She passed a hand over her head (she thought that the hand should be shaking, but it was not, and there was more subtle fear in that then in what had produced the shaking at the start), and felt cool air where the curved tops of her soft horns should have been. A rounded plate covered her head where parts of her mind still told her the base of her montrals were. It emitted a warmth that felt to her palm like that of a datapad which has been running too long, a bright electric burn entirely unlike the unmistakable, softer glow of body heat.
She could remember battling Grievous, could remember when the viewport in his starships hallway cracked, although she did not know who had broken it. Then--she was thrown aside into freezing space th
A StarWars HolidayXmasA StarWars Holiday3 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
What a bothersome holiday it was. Originally named after a religious icon, Christmas was a holiday for Christians, Catholics, and other dead religions associated with it. But after most of Earth religions died, this one holiday It thrived. It spread to other worlds for their own adaptation, and is now the one holiday that brings peace into the universe.
That is all I know about Xmas. And I find it pointless.
Even the other Separatists celebrate it. Every cycle, Nute Gunray hosts a celebration. There, members of the Confederacy can exchange gifts, converse, or simply enjoy a variety of food most common for Xmas. Of course, I never attend. And it isn't because I'm never invited. Social gatherings Is simply not for me.
It was the day of Xmas Eve. A4 for giving me an examination; I was laying on a bed all too familiar to me.
"Can't you go any faster?" I growl. I always hated going under the Doctor's watch. He always took his time for his own amusement.
"As much as I
Meditation OmegaMeditation Omega8 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
a Star Wars Republic Commando: Hard Contact fanfiction by Tripleguess
She focused intently on the candle; one lone star in the otherwise dark room, beckoning as though it had something important to tell her.
And maybe it did. She ceased to feel her crossed legs and cold feet; forgot the press of folded hands against furrowed brow and the trickles of invading winter air from the room's countless cracks. Her attention was turned inward, on the steady glow of camaraderie nestled beneath layers of silence and privacy.
It was something she never shared with anyone, least of all Master Arligan Zey. He'd known, of course; he'd been there. He was a Master, after all, and as such had strongly recommended a course of action and expected her to take it.
She'd taken the first painful step; separation. Let them go. Stayed behind on this wretched backwater, with its ghosts and haunting associations. Perhaps Zey simply assumed she'd taken th
SW snippet 1- mandokarlaSW snippet 1- mandokarla2 years ago in Sci-Fi More Like This
I ran through the decompressing corridors, through cold, and fire, I shouldered my way through those doors that would allow it, and used the Force to rip those that would not, from their runners. She can't be gone, she can't be. She's mandokarla, she's proven that time and again. Tough, atin, resourceful, if anyone can make it through, it's her. I berate myself for thinking the worst, even though the logical part of my brain is telling me it's right to prepare. Logic be damned. Either we both leave alive, or neither of us do. Another explosion rocks the ship, not long now. Something strange was happening, maybe it was the lack of oxygen I was getting into my bucket, or maybe the gravity generator had ramped up with the last explosion, but it felt like I was running through syrup, every step getting harder. I rip a compartment door free, and there she is, the O2 level on her bottle was bottoming. I steadied myself in the Force, took half a breath in, then held on, ripping my bott
Of Hills and Bluebells SPOILERDrenched in mud and more exhausted than he'd been in days, Hiccup dragged himself to the hill that led to his house.Of Hills and Bluebells SPOILER4 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
It had been a good day. He'd gone flying with Toothless and that was something they both loved. It was wonderful, effortless even with the metal that took the place of his foot. Of course now he wasn't flying with a massive dragon trying to eat him which was a definite plus. It was easy now to make the quick changes Toothless needed to fly. Gobber had made some actual improvements to the fin he'd made, this design working even smoother than his original had. Toothless didn't seem to mind the new design, but Hiccup imagined the dragon was so ecstatic to be flying again that he wouldn't have minded anything at this point. Hiccup had given up on getting Toothless out of the saddle and fin for the night, when he'd gone to get them off the dragon Toothless had bared his teeth and swerved much faster than Hiccup was able to keep up with given his lack of a foot. In time he kne
Loves GravityLove's GravityLoves Gravity11 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
From outside his bedroom door, Yuki Eiri picked up a familiar wailing sound. Shuichi's obnoxious crying noises. He was still there! Was there still a chance to fix things between them?
Wait; didn't he just conclude that it WAS possible to live without Shuichi?
It had been like this ever since their first kiss. That time in the elevator, he had done it to quiet the loud boy's annoying rant. But then, the boy refused to stop seeing him. Every spare moment Shindou Shuichi had, he tried to spend it with Yuki. Despite Yuki's protests and cruelty, Shuichi still tried to be by his side.
And Yuki loved him for it.
Devotion, complete and total devotion was what Yuki had with Shuichi. Loyalty, to him, and him alone. But more than that…Shuichi loved him. Shuichi loved Yuki! Shuichi loved him! Him! Him!
But more than that…Shuichi loved Yuki for Yuki.
He couldn't even pretend Tohma and Mika felt that way for him.
How could he justify being so cruel to Shuichi? Even if Shuichi
Star Wars/Star Trek (3)Ahsoka opened her eyes to find her arms tied behind her back by binders. Her legs were tied down too. She glanced at Jean-Luc helping Geordi with a console.Star Wars/Star Trek (3)10 months ago in Sci-Fi More Like This
"Hey! Where am I?" she screamed.
Jean-Luc walked in front of Ahsoka and knelt to his right knee and grabbed her chin.
"You're onboard the Federation starship USS Enterprise-E. We found your ship adrift in the nebula. You escaped from the sickbay, but you were stunned", replied Picard., as he climbed to his feet.
"Federation? What Federation?" asked Ahsoka.
Picard scoffed and replied "The United Federation of Planets. Have you ever heard of Starfleet?"
"No. You've never heard of the Jedi Order or the Republic?" asked Ahsoka.
"No. We obviously come from very different places", replied Picard.
"Have you ever heard of the Borg?" asked Ahsoka.
Picard paused and ceased walking. He then turned around.
"Damn well I have. They assimilated my entire galaxy.
Kung Fu Turtles 6Teenage Mutant Kung Fu TurtlesKung Fu Turtles 64 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
Chapter 6: A good place to tell a secret?
During the festivities of the four turtles and their new found role in this valley Zeng had been flapping, and has finally reached his destination a frozen mountain terrain, with only one building of sorts. The black feathered goose was almost their, but his body didn't want to go any further. 'Getting tired, but I need to deliver this message.' The messenger of a master thought before diving onto a stone ledge with two guards and a locked double door behind them.
'Oh, great another follower of that hairball.' The guard to the left of the door thought while watching the bird fall. As soon as he was done scrapping his belly the two of them pointed their spears at the possible threat.
"WAIT! Wait, wait, wait! I bring a message " The nervous and exhausted flyer said to the two while turning from belly to back to finish,
The Rise of Irvnarkkis, Ch. 5The Rise of Irvnarkkis, Ch. 54 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
The Ice World
Ice and snow swirled around the leaping and jumping form. Narvina, a female human, jumped and slashed downward at her imaginary opponent. Her imaginary opponent was actually a rock formation, which was quickly decapitated by the young Jedi Knight's swinging lightsaber. Narvina landed lightly upon her booted feet. Sweat leaked from her pores, and slowly dripped off of her nose.
Panting, the Knight dropped her stance, and disengaged her lightsaber. The blue blade retreated into the hilt of the saber with a slight hiss. Narvina stood in the snowstorm, inspecting her handiwork. Stone fragments littered the snow covered ground, quickly being covered in the fluffy white stuff. All of the formations within a twenty foot radius of the Jedi were maimed in some way. Deep cuts and even whole pieces of stone were hewed from the formations, leaving the stones scarred.
Satisfied, the young Knight realized she was getting cold. She pulled her fur parka closely about herself an
Battlefleet Cadia Pt 3Battlefleet Cadia Pt 34 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
"Makenna? On the intercom if you will."
"Yes Admiral. Captain, with your permission "
"Crew of the Raging Glory, we are dropping out of the warp in seven
Ugh, I hate dropping out of the warp
it always seems like the faces laugh at me
Focus, we are going to war.
We're catching them off guard.
Can't let them catch us off guard.
But what if
Oh shit, brace!
"Captain, we have no visual on any threats in the Cadia system, or any sign of there
being any sort of battle."
"Check sensors again, it may take them a few seconds to scan all around us."
"Captain! We've just lost contact with the Holy Grace!"
"What? From where?"
"I'm not sure, we have readings of a large heat source coming from where the Holy
Grace used to be, possibly an explosion of a sort."
"Admiral, what are your orders to the fleet?"
"Um, Navigator, do we have those se
Order 66- Why Should We?Towards the end of the Clone Wars the Chancellor exucuted Order 66, one of a series of Orders the Clones were programed to follow. The Order was:Order 66- Why Should We?6 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
In the event of Jedi Officers acting against the interests of the Republic, and after receiving specific specific orders verified as coming directly from the Supreme Commander (Chancellor), GAR Commanders will remove those officers by lethal force, and command of the GAR will revert to the Supreme Commander (Chancellor) until a new command structure is established.
All Clone Troopers carried out their orders without hesitation and without any questions. The Order was relayed to the entire army. Because Clones don't know hatred or mercy and were following a legal order they did not show any mercy which might've tipped off some Jedi's through the force. On many worlds Jedi's were killed by the men they used to fight alongside.
But what if a Clone questioned the Order?