The Padawan who Saved HimAhsoka was crawling through the air vents of the Separatist's newest weapon, a star ship that produced more battle droids than any factory she'd ever heard of. She and Anakin had gone separate routes. He was going to draw all major attention to the engine's while she infiltrated the bridge and sent the ship on a crash course into a nearby star. A good plan, but she was almost certain she would see much action.
Ahsoka had just reached the bridge and destroyed all six of the battle droids who were piloting and set the ship on its new course. She left the bridge with a smile, happy about her job well done, but as she was running down the hall she felt something. It wasn't as evil or sinister as Dooku or Ventress, but it was strong, and dark. She looked back the way she came and saw a cloaked figure, a full head taller than her, their face hidden beneath the hood.
Ahsoka activated her lightsaber. "Who are you?" she demanded.
The figure removed his hood to reveal a young human boy, with jet
The Padawan Who Saved Him ch.3Ahsoka and Barris were on their way to inform Yoda about Norell Oren when Anakin arrived.
"Ahsoka we have a mission. Obi-Wan says there's Separatist activity in Quan Mandal."
Barris was going to protest when Ahsoka spoke up. "Yes Master," she said sounding dissapointed. "Barris, tell Yoda about what we found."
Barris nodded and walked away to find Master Yoda.
Anakin looked confused. "Found? Found what?"
"I'll tell you on the way to the hangar, by the way, did Obi-Wan say what the Separatist's were doing?
"No, but whatever it is it can't be be good."
Ahsoka only nodded as they continued to walk to the hangar.
" Now, what did you and Barris want to talk to Yoda about?"
"Oh, uh, we found some info on that Separatist that let us go."
Anakin laughed "You mean Kal?" he asked teasingly, he had overheard Ahsoka talking to herself about him, saying something like, 'What a creep, mocking me. You interest me? What a line.'" Anakin could tell that she liked him and wanted to nick this in the bud
The Padawan Who Saved Him ch.4Kal was sitting on a rock before the largest set of doors he'd ever seen, drawing in his sketchbook. The asteroid that Dooku was so excited about turned out to have a temple inside, with a forcefield that kept breathable air in from when it was still in use. The entire place was like a cloud of darkside energy, and something had to be at the source, that was what Dooku was after.
Dooku thought it would be a good idea to send him in with a few droids to explore the temple. His exact words were, "Better to send in expendable drones rather than risk someone of actual importance."
Oh and Ventress was going to. Let's just say they didn't get along. She wanted to be Dooku's only apprentice and Kal wanted him to spend all his time training him.
So that's all Kal was? An expendable drone? Not like it mattered. Soon he would have his own way. He would have the power to kill the bastards that took his parents from him. All the power he'd ever need was right behind these doors. He could feel the
Forbidden Emotion pt 1Ahsoka turned, her green lightsaber flashing before her.
"You are good, Sith, but I'm better!"
"I'm not a Sith!"
"But you aren't a Jedi, so you must be a Sith!"
Ahsoka lept again, slashing at her enemy. He quickly parried with his own yellow lightsaber, twirling out of the way as she attacked.
Ahsoka had been surprised when she had first encounter her opponent. A young human, about her age, focused on fending off her attacks. He had short dark hair and tan skin. His garb was unlike a Sith, a black jacket and black pants over a white shirt, like a smuggler. His stance was defensive as she swung.
"Please, I don't want to fight you!" he said, dodging another swing.
"Stop moving around!" Ashoka said, trying to hit her enemy.
Ducking the "Jedi" used the force to push a fruit cart in between the two.
"Like that's gonna work!" Ashoka said, easily jumping over it.
But it had. The boy was off and running down the alley with the s
The Padawan Who Saved Him ch.2Ahsoka was in the Jedi Temple archives, reading up on famous jedi to pass the time. She wasn't really paying attention to the book though. She was to preoccupied with the young man she had met several days before. "Kal." she said to herself absentmindedly.
"Who?" a voice behind her asked.
"Barris? What are you doing here?" Ahsoka asked her best friend.
"I had some free time and thought that I'd read up on a few things," Barris replied, adjusting the books in her arms. "but back to what you said a moment ago, who's Kal?"
"He's uh..." Ahsoka couldn't find an answer, so she decided to tell her best friend the truth. "He's the Separatist that let Master Anakin and I go on our last mission."
"Oh yeah, I heard about that. Why do you think he let you go?"
"I..." she remembered his words 'You interest me, I'd like to see you again and I can't do that if you're dead', she was fighting back a blush, "don't know."
Barris was trying to ignore the obvious for her friend's sake, but it was obvious t