Best Gault Rennow quotesAvatar: Jedi are all talkBest Gault Rennow quotes2 years ago in Sci-Fi More Like This
Gault: No, I'm all talk. Jedi are something else entirely.
Heddar Soognh: In the end....... all you have left..... is your dignity [Heddar dies]
Gault: Must be a real burden.... having faith in people. Well, all these emotions got me thirsty. Come on, let's go find a spot with bright lights and an open bar.
[Ship is getting pulled in by tractor beam]
Gault: And we didn't even have to park, they seem nice!
[Avatar walks into the ship]
Gault: Thank goodness you're back. I was starting to feel lonely for female companionship.
Mako: Eww Gault.......... just eww
Mandalore: Your friend's been looking at every angle of the room since he walked in
Avatar: Gault's alot more dangerous then he looks.
Gault: Don't listen to her, she's just trying to make sure you shoot me first if things go south.
[Avatar gets shot and falls to the ground]
Gault: Holy-hey! If you want be to steal your ship and run just lie still and don't move.....
Gault: 'Priceless' is something Alderaan
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: Preparation4 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
Order 66: Part IVThe molten gray and black storm clouds peeled back off of her interceptor'sOrder 66: Part IV8 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 II8 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
SW snippet 1- mandokarlaSW snippet 1- mandokarla3 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
Fire and Brimstone lFire and Brimstone l7 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
Uneasiness followed close in her wake as the young girl made her way through the dark winding halls of her lavish Corellian home. No one seemed to be home but Syal made each footfall softer than the pervious. The house was Dark, too dark for that time of day. She knew that her parents and elder sister would not be back home for at least another 30 standard minutes but by now her Grandfather would certainly have turned on the synthetic lights to aid in the construction of the Old Republic Building models hed taken such a fondness to building. The Vos-Beck household was never empty. Not anymore Syals mother was the famous Jedi Healer Leena Vos and worked almost round the clock at Coronets largest Medical Center, having decided years earlier that she would take a leave of absence from the Jedi to rebuild the weak threads of her marriage to the skilled smuggler and pilot, Syals father, Doran Beck. Her fathers business kept him out at strange hours all th
The lost fighter The lost fighterThe lost fighter 2 years ago in Sci-Fi More Like This
A Star Wars story by emotionalshadows and MilosAndric
The sun was bright and had a large center filled with yellow and little streaks of red and orange. The planet of Nar Shaddaa, a smuggler’s hideout or place for refuge, was bustling with people of all different species from all across the galaxy. The many bars on the planet’s surface were packed full of Smugglers and Bounty Hunters.
“You seem a little bit worried, Stanton.” A voice from over his shoulder came quickly from nowhere.
“Why do you say that?” Stanton was a smuggler, a rather great one. He had worked for the Sith for over 5 standard years, enough to make a regular man insane, but that was not the man Stanton was. Stanton was a hard-headed man; he rarely became frustrated or nervous. He was always a well-thought man, someone who always thought
Left With AshesLeft With Ashes4 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.
A StarWars HolidayXmasA StarWars Holiday4 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
The Rise of Irvnarkkis, Ch. 5The Rise of Irvnarkkis, Ch. 55 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
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?7 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?