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
Fire and IceFire and Ice3 years ago in Romance More Like This
The X-70 Phantom was cold and sterile, and it made Vector Hyllus's nose hurt as her took in the harsh smell of the cleaning chemicals the protocol droid had used to keep the ship clean after Kaliyo tromped through it in her muddy boots everyday. His enhanced sense picked up the pheromones and original chemicals scents, and it always made him slightly dizzy to think about them each as he did with the minds of the Killiks always curious to know more.
He was walking down the small corridor that lead to the cockpit, his boots echoing along the shining floors and his own entirely black eyes staring back at him, slightly distorted from the shimmering metal of the walls. He reached the end of the hallway and stood soundlessly in that Killik way of his in the doorway, watching her with a gaze more perceptive than any other mans.
He could see the rich colors that danced together in her hair like no human truly could. There were different shades of browns, from dark chocolate to lighter shades a
Ajunta PallAjunta Pall4 years ago in Sci-Fi More Like This
Title: Ajunta Pall
Characters: Ajunta, Revan
Disclaimer: KotOR and its characters are copyrighted by Bioware and EA
"One who has fallen so far, and done so much evil does not deserve redemption. In a way, such a turning from one's way is cowardlya betrayal of the self." Kreia
Death. The agony of eternity compressing your mind. Or what's left of it. After ages of pondering what remains of the things you set in motion, what you cared enough to die for, details start to deteriorate. Everything fades except the actions that haunt choices of a life long past. At one time I was powerful, feared, admired for what I wasnot who. Now I can hardly remember my name. I remember the Sith though. I remember how they brought me here and refuse to let me go. I remember how I forsook the ways of the Jedi, turned on my master, and crept into the corrupt darkness that fed my guilty pleasures. Now there are no such feelings. Nowait. There is some feeli
Star Wars Episode I ReviewStar Wars Episode I Review3 years ago in Reviews & Guides More Like This
People... why do you hate this movie? Come on, let's get to adult mature constructive manners - why do you hate this movie? It would make sense if you hated it because you don't care for the Star Wars franchise. But that's the funny part - you praise the original trilogy all the time in comparison, talking about this and that you thought was made wrong and overall ruined all three prequels to you, as it changed everything.
Here's the thing - the movie is only hated for the mere purpose of being different. They used a ton of CGI, they gave new styles to everything, they gave some new types of lighthearted elements, and you didn't like it therefor as it "ruined" the mood and tone and style of the original trilogy's. But that just means you prefer the way they made the original trilogy - it doesn't give you the right to bash the living shit out of the prequels for no apparent reason. But let me go through the major issues haters talk about over and over again, and let me respond to them:
50 Ways To Annoy Anakin Skywalker50 Ways To Annoy Anakin Skywalker50 Ways To Annoy Anakin Skywalker3 years ago in Profiles More Like This
1. Follow him around. When he's not looking, laugh hysterically. When he looks at you, stop laughing and have a straight face. Refuse to tell him what you're laughing at. When he turns around again, continue laughing. Repeat.
2. When next to him, say out loud how good a couple Padme and Obi Wan make.
3. Constantly remind him of all his mistakes. (E.g: "Hey Annie, remember when you killed all those Tuskans Raiders?")
4. Tug on his hair. Run and hide. Repeat.
5. Think of a catchy, yet annoying theme song for him. Constantly sing it or hum it around him. Double points if you can get him to hum it as well. Triple points if you get the other Jedi to join you.
6. Scream "LOOK OUT ANNIE!!!" at the most weirdest times. (E.g: Right before he goes to the bathroom.)
7. Spray paint rude things about him on the walls of the Jedi Council. Run and see how long it is until he finds you.
8. Dress as people he knows and follow him around doing really bad impressi
We Are Not Babysitters- Chapter 2Rex rushed down the hallway, Bliz hot on his heels. They stopped short just after rounding a corner to avoid crashing into two shinies.We Are Not Babysitters- Chapter 22 years ago in Sci-Fi More Like This
"Sir!" they said as they snapped to attention.
"At ease, soldiers," Rex said.
"We need your help finding...something," Bliz said carefully. "But you can't tell anyone! Do you understand?"
"Sir, yes sir!" the two shinies said.
"I...lost a baby," Bliz said slowly, not wanting to freak out the shinies.
"You...lost a baby?" the first one asked.
"Yes," Bliz confirmed. "She was about this big..." Bliz held his hands apart about one foot, hugely underestimating the size of the toddler.
The two shinies stood silently for a moment before speaking. Rex watched on in interest at what transpired:
"Well..." the second began a little awkwardly. "I'm sorry for your loss, sir, but I don't think we can..."
"She's already gone, sir..." the second said even more awkwardly then the first.
Wait, Bliz thought, alarm bells ringing in his head, My loss? What?<
ReadingI broke your spine;Reading4 years ago in Free Verse More Like This
I gripped you in two-halves with hungry hands
and cracked you in half,
breaking you open,
and all of you, rich
with ideas and knowing -
Words upon words flooded me;
it was divine;
I took all of you
absorbed into memory
as I looked at you with hungry eyes,
and my hands never stopped folding
flipping you over
bending you backwards
peeling away each layer
seeing all of you
taking you in;
never stopped until the end
when your voice quieted
and you were done
and we were over.
and the book finished.
TCW: Death of a Jedi: Part 1Onderon: Five years after Order 66TCW: Death of a Jedi: Part 12 years ago in Sci-Fi More Like This
Under his white stormtrooper helmet, Rex's gaze darted from one soldier to another. They ran down the canyon path. Only a few attempted to use the canyon wall for cover. Most ran along the trail, some so close to the edge they sent pebbles plunging into the canyon depths. Just because the rebel base was supposed to be five klicks ahead didn't mean there wouldn't be some sort of ambush
These drafted men made the most inexperienced shiny look like a seasoned veteran. Ever since they'd been forced into the war, Rex had made it his full-time duty to keep the boys safe.
Rex paced himself, running more toward the back of the row. Even with the twisting canyon, they were badly exposed on the trail. It was only wide enough for two men to run side by side and the lack of cover worried Rex. The rebels wouldn't miss an opportunity like this.
One of the higher ranking stormtrooper waved to Rex and the other stragglers. "Get a move on. The captain says those rebel
Final thing to Star Wars Prequels HatersFinal thing to Star Wars Prequels Haters2 years ago in Reviews & Guides More Like This
Okay, dearest Star Wars prequel haters... I want to give you guys one final honest chance, and I will treat you with as much respect as I can.
To quote someone else... George Lucas didn't ruin Star Wars. You guys did. You had certain expectations with the prequels, and they didn't meet up with them. You say they could have done anything if it wasn't so "bad"? So wait... you are saying the original trilogy is better than the prequels? I could riff the living shit out of the original trilogy if I just had the right tools to do so, and the time and patience to... not to mention, the need to.
Let's face facts here. Star Wars aren't flawless masterpieces. Star Wars aren't meant to be deep clever movies. Star Wars are just some fun actionpacked popcorn entertainment. It might have some emotional moments? Yeah, sure. But that doesn't just go for the original trilogy - the end of the final battle between Anakin and Obi-Wan in Episode 3 was pretty damn emotional too.
I can compare so much. Jar
Who's your daddy?DARTH VADER: "Brom never told you about your father, Eragon...I am your father!"Who's your daddy?8 years ago in Humor More Like This
ERAGON: "My father was Morzan, he betrayed and purged the Dragon Riders with Galbatorix, my mother left and gave birth to me before she died and I grew up with my uncle and aunt."
VADER: "Hmm... that sounds familier... oh well."
VADER: "The elves never told you what happened to your ancestors and your father. I am your father Aragorn!"
ARAGORN: "What are you babbling about? My father was Arathorn!"
VADER: "Are you sure?"
VADER: "Um... okay, my bad."
VADER: "Bilbo never told you what happened to your father! I am your father, Frodo!"
FRODO: "Don't be ridiculous. My father was Drogo. He died when I was little, in a boating accident.
VADER: "Dumbledore never told you-"
HARRY: "My father was James Potter!!!, he was killed by Voldermont"
VADER: "Voldermont? That pansy?"
HARRY: "Yeah... duuude... you have an obsession."
*Luke walks in*
LUKE to VADER: "Father?"
VADER: "Who the
TCW: Death of a Jedi: Part 2Rex holstered his pistol and pulled his helmet off. "Ahsoka, it's me, Rex."TCW: Death of a Jedi: Part 22 years ago in Sci-Fi More Like This
"Rex?" Ahsoka's voice was nothing more than a whisper.
Rex hurried to her side and knelt by her. He grabbed her free hand in his and held it. She squeezed his hand. Her grip was already weak. Rex glanced at her wounds and winced. They were far beyond his skill, or even Kix's, if the medic hadn't deserted years ago. Besides, what good would trying to save her life do when it would lead to her capture and torture? "I'm here." It was all Rex could say.
Ahsoka coughed. "You shouldn't be here, with them." Her gaze landed on Vishi, who crept closer, probably curious about why Rex was holding a rebel's hand instead of finishing her off.
"They're just kids. They need someone to keep them safe," Rex told her, guilt pulsing through him. All his true brothers, Jesse, Kix, and a few others, had deserted years ago while he'd stayed in the Empire, like the terrified boys he'd charged himself with protecting.
Ahsoka held out
Dooku's betrayal- Alternate endingDooku's betrayal- Alternate ending3 years ago in Drama More Like This
"Before I took you in you were taught by a weak minded fool!" Dooku told her, he sounded as though he had regained some of his strength.
"Master Narec was a better man than you will ever be!" she yelled. She began crashing down hard on Dooku's saber with her own, her rage controlling her, she broke through his defence and he fell to the ground. She screamed and raised him up into the air and began to choke him with her force choke. The moment had finally come! Dooku would be dead soon, she would have had her revenge and could leave this war behind her. Suddenly she sensed something, she tossed Dooku aside briefly and turned to see the saw the droid general. His body was now charred and damaged; half of his helmet was missing revealing the dark skinned remains of his former Kaleesh self.
"You've failed!" Ventress told him. Grievous laughed. She sliced at him; he blocked her attack with his green saber. Their sabers clashed as they both moved in unison t
Dooku's betrayal- Part 1Dooku's betrayal- Part 13 years ago in Sci-Fi More Like This
Part 1- The droid general
Count Dooku walked down the long metallic corridors of the Separatist base in Utapau with a certain amount of sophistication in his step. He wore his usual black Sith attire complete with his flowing brown cloak. His finely polished black boots tapped off the ground with a loud metal clank. He arrived at the grey door leading to the council chambers. Two Pau'an guards stood at either side.
"My lord!" one said with a gracious bow. Dooku stepped forward and the door opened, he entered the circular room which over looked the newly created arena of Utapau. Two Pau'an warriors and a Gamorrean were fighting against a large Reek for the amusement of the Separatist council who were seated around the enormous round table. The lean figure of Asajj Ventress stood away from everyone else, cloaked in shadow. Dooku sat on the throne in the centre of the chairs around the table.
"I am glad you could all attend" Dooku said to the council with a pleasant smile
No Difference BetweenEven with bare feet -No Difference Between4 years ago in Free Verse More Like This
Shoes, a distant contempt,
We might have been flying higher
Were we not pressing soil
We might have been better off
Decked out in iridescent scales
and in mud;
Flailing freely in breeze.
So let's take off these shoes, my dear,
And mix our edgeless skin
And pretend that there's a difference between -
Living in doubt, and
Living in sin;
pretend that there's a difference between -
Living without, and
The rules of lifeThe rules of life, clone/marine style.The rules of life6 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
Rule 1: Kill them before they kill you.
Rule 2: Dont believe what youre told, double check.
Rule 3: Three things you should never believe weather forecasts, the canteen menu, and intel.
Rule 4: Always double estimates. especially for number of enemy units.
Rule 5: Never be completely unreachable.
Rule 6: Always wear gloves at a crime scene.
Rule 7: Always be specific when you lie.
Rule 8: Never take anything for granted.
Rule 9: Always carry a knife.
Rule10: Never leave prisoners together. (makes it easier to escape)
Rule11: Its not stolen, just differently procured. (or confiscated)
Rule12: No plan survives contact with the enemy.
Rule13: Always have a plan B.
Rule14: Theres no such thing as coincidence.
Rule15: Always work as a team.
Rule16: Guilty until proven innocent.
Rule17: Always make sure theyre dead.
Rule18: Its better to seek forgiveness than ask permission.
I Love Star WarsI Love Star Wars a parody of I Love this bar by Toby KeithI Love Star Wars9 years ago in Songs & Lyrics More Like This
We got Wookies
We got Gungans
Bounty hunters and Humans
We got Twileks
We got Bothans
We got green Rodians
And the droids arent allowed in Cantina bars
Hmmm, Hmmm, Hmmm, Hmmm, Hmmm, I love Star Wars
We got Mynok
We got Zabrak
Mon-Calamari and Sarlaac
And we got small Dugs
We got Ewoks
Neimodians and star pilots
And Corellians brag about their battle scars
Hmmm, Hmmm, Hmmm, Hmmm, Hmmm, I love Star Wars
I love Star Wars
It's my kind of film
Just watchin them Jedi fight
Makes me wanna be just like them
It aint too hard
To learn each part
Hmmm, Hmmm, Hmmm, Hmmm, Hmmm, I love Star Wars
I've seen Protocols
We've got Astromechs
Storm Troopers and Imperial stiff-necks
And we got lovers
Like Han and Leia
I've even seen a chick Hutt with Jabba
And they like to drink their Spice from a big ol jar
Hmmm, Hmmm, Hmmm, Hmmm, Hmmm, I love Star Wars
(Yes I do)
Me: I like Star Trek
Male to Female MakeupApplication of Makeup in Order to Make a Masculine Face More FeminineMale to Female Makeup6 years ago in Academic Essays More Like This
This "tutorial" will focus mainly on the face, touching generally on use of clothing for a "total" appearance. I will try to cover things important for part-time and full-times as well.
PLEASE KEEP IN MIND - where referring to the differences in appearance, this is obviously not going to be truth for all men. Just like the concept of beauty, the difference between male and female has no exact formula that will work for everyone's face.
ALSO : This is not focused towards Drag Queens or outrageous female makeup - this may be a starting point, but Drag is more a fantasy and though there are some general concepts - something you just need to be creative with, not limited to a set of ideas about.
1. Hair. Current culture dictates, women generally have longer hair than men. Cut of hair is extremely important - the cut needs not only to be "feminine" but to flatter your face. You can have your hair (or wig) cut t
Automatic"Darling"Automatic2 years ago in Free Verse More Like This
In perfect syncopation with
Glass shattering in my bloodstream
Distance and indifference
Bleeding through the wallpaper
As I bend silver hair clips into geometric nonsense
Your fingerprints indelible on my jawline
"I was never"
The taste of ammunition
"Angry at you."
As raw broken bones
Fractured clear through the marrow.
Gemmayou're polaroid pictures,Gemma5 years ago in Free Verse More Like This
instantly gorgeous and
brought to life
in the best of ways
your sugary goody goody
gum drop words lull me awake
on days when it seems
my charcoal void
won't ever disappear
you're the sun rise, sunset and
sunlight i've never experienced
in this pitiful existence
a lovely laced present
kept close to my
that plays the wind chimes
of my deep dark being
whenever you step out
into my blackened landscape
from your rolling-hill summerland
to blow out snow-flake scented
candles that i no longer need
since the coldness is gone
when you're able to fly down
with coral reef wings just
as breathtaking as the sparks
that emanate from your soul.
with you around i am warmth, lavender fields and a soft violin melody.
Library of LifeMemories are just a variety of useless sources,Library of Life2 years ago in Free Verse More Like This
Sadness is just an old and boring book.
Love is a cheap magazine
With a photo of a beauty queen,
But its articles every day a bit destroy me…
I want to burn it all;
I want my library to fall!
I do not want to see the past,
I want to change my fate fast!
Her image must be smashed,
All knowledge about her must turn to ash,
And my heart will never again clash!
Alas, no matter how hard I try,
Even if everything is gone,
She is still there…
Writing mental illness (a short guide)When incorporating mental illness into a piece of literature, the most important tool you need to use is research. This is true whether you want the mental illness to play a large part OR a small one, and it is true whether you know someone with mental illness or not. In fact, it's even true if you have the illness yourself, because no two people are the same, and your character may display different facets to you due to contributing factors like experience and personality.Writing mental illness (a short guide)2 years ago in Reviews & Guides More Like This
That said, research is not the first thing you should do, because before you get stuck into that research, you need to look at WHY you want to include mental illness in your literature. If you think it would be cool or fun, you might want to rethink it unless you're prepared to put in a lot of work because living with mental illness is not either of those things (generally) and what you're doing for a bit of fun has the potential to negatively impact someone else's life in a big way because stigma & misrepresentatio
Understanding PainWhen everyone chanted your name that dayUnderstanding Pain2 years ago in Urban & Spoken Word More Like This
I understood that to your heart I had no way.
You do not want stop by and read the poems I wrote,
You are famous; you do not recognize my existence.
My writings are obscure; they are used to clear a dry throat,
But I continue against all forces my resistance.
I wish someday you would understand this pain.
You stabbed me with your charming looks,
I can no longer live with the wound from your grace,
The love that hit me that day you cannot find in any books!
Only God can your name from my life erase!
If one day you will this cursed piece read,
Know that I still for you burn,
I know you my love will never need,
But who knows, destiny can turn.
By CandlelightCandlelightBy Candlelight2 years ago in Concrete Poetry More Like This
Cast demons, on the wall.
Puppets dance, throughout the hall.
Flickered wick, blazing tip.
Liquired fuel, howling ghouls.
Gift of sight
Voiceless breeze, whistling trees.
Mortal folly, horror trolley.
Wax burns, gears turn.
Dying spark, frozen heart.
You stopped believing in fariesTo the boy who never grew upYou stopped believing in faries1 year ago in Free Verse More Like This
and parades around in suits,
Make a wish.
You created smiles dusted with magic
and embedded them in my mind.
Pick a place,
In a world within a world
where imagination infects like laughter.
Hold my hand.
We visit one more time
to remember the dreams that once were.
Return home soon