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  • How It All Went Down Differently Chapter 1: How It All Went Down Differently, a star wars: the clone wars fanfic

    [ad_1] Disclaimer: I do not own Star Wars, any of it. I also don’t own the cover image. I apologize for any mistakes. Anakin Skywalker was dead. They had announced it on the holo-net this morning. Everyone mourned the passing of the Hero with No Fear. Padawan Ahsoka Tano sat alone in the dark in her room. She mourned the death of ‘Skyguy’, who had always been a brother to her. Master Obi-Wan Kenobi mediated for days on end. No one dared to disturb him. Senator Amidala of Naboo stared longingly out her balcony and not even her handmaidens knew why. None asked. And Count Dooku of Serenno gazed out his starship, smirking wickedly. Master Skywalker of the Jedi Order hung unconscious from a containment field, a force-inhibitor cuff around his wrist and a shock-collar around his neck. Anakin- It was pain that brought me back, a white-hot agony that had seeped into my very bones and crawled into my mind, pounding to be let out. I opened my eyes slightly and meet the cold black eyes of another, of Count Dooku. “Forget all you know, Skywalker. It is nothing but a memory now.” He slapped me with the back […] More

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  • Veterans From the Days of the Republic Chapter 1: Veterans, a Star Wars: The Clone Wars + Star Wars Rebels Crossover fanfic

    [ad_1] Disclaimer: I do not own Star Wars Rebels, Star Wars, Star Wars: The Clone Wars, or any part of the Star Wars franchise. (I wish I did.) So… I looked for a story like this but couldn’t find anything. I decided to write my own, and here we are! It was supposed to be a simple mission. An easy one. Which meant that it turned out terribly, horribly wrong. Their intel was wrong. There wasn’t a fuel transfer, which would have been a grab-and-go. Instead, there was a group of stormtroopers. Rex had gone along for the ride, and that was how he ended up sitting on the cot in a tiny imperial cell, sulking in the corner. Yes, he was sulking. He didn’t care with it was unbefitting of a seasoned Clone Wars veteran like him. There was no one here to see him, so why did it matter? He didn’t have the barest hint of an escape plan—though he should if he was half the strategical master he’d heard Ahsoka had painted him as. The door slid open with a hiss and Rex’s head jerked up, but his heart froze. It was a stormtrooper. But not just […] More

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