Death, is only the beginning.
Lord Voldemort finds an eternity without his equal unbearable, until he dies along with the rest of the world and is met with a familiar face that promises another chance.
While it was true that Desmond Miles had a terrible childhood, Desmond was pretty sure that between him and his three ancestors, Altaïr Ibn-La'Ahad would be crowned as the king in the most screwed-up childhood category.
And, instead of dying after using the device back in the Grand Temple, Desmond now had first-row seat in the tragic play that was Altaïr’s life in the Levantine Brotherhood.
Oh. And he gets to play the part of the doomed younger brother of Malik Al-Sayf, Kadar Al-Sayf.
You know what? Screw that. Desmond isn’t going to just let himself get killed because of Altaïr’s dumb arrogant ass. He’ll survive that day in Jerusalem even if it means becoming Altaïr’s own (dubious) moral compass.
- Part 4 of Yew Branches
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12 Aug 2022
Initiate Obi-Wan Kenobi did not take Master Jinn's last rejection lying down. With the Force whispering gleefully in his ear he decided to make his own way through the wide unknown galaxy. He wasn't afraid, though. No, in fact he was a little bit excited. After all, if he didn’t want to be a farmer and couldn’t be a Jedi, maybe being a pirate was his path in life. Either way he knew he was heading for an adventure.
- Part 1 of Obi-Wan Kenobi, Ambassador of Mandalore
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11 Aug 2022
Qui-Gon brings Tahl back to Coruscant. However, Melida/Daan isn’t over yet, for any of them.
On the way to Korda VI, a minor supplies error forces Jaster Mereel to make an unplanned pitstop on the closest planet, Melida/Daan. He picks up something unexpected along the way.
Fandoms: Star Wars: The Clone Wars (2008) - All Media Types, Star Wars - All Media Types, Star Wars Prequel Trilogy
04 Jul 2022
They buy the 200 fucking pound fountain. It is infuriatingly cheap, and unspeakably difficult to maneuver into any space without removing paint from said space. Rex has to come out and help them hoist it into the garage and several hours pass around the kitchen table, drinking scalding hot mint tea and plotting. Plotting. Plotting.
They’re going to have to bolt the thing down somehow or else people are going to just steal it right from the center of the roundabout. Cody has about twenty bags of unused cement in his garage and some bolts big enough to get through it if need be.
He looks at Wolffe. Wolffe looks at Rex.
(Retired Commander Cody moves into a new neighborhood and becomes furious at the way a nearby roundabout is treated as a dumpsite. He installs a giant Jedi Crest fountain dead in the center of it and accidentally creates a safe place for the diasporic Jedi community to worship.)