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Fandoms: Star Wars - All Media Types, Star Wars Original Trilogy, Star Wars Prequel Trilogy, Star Wars: The Clone Wars (2008) - All Media Types
10 Jan 2021
In Tatooine legend, the sandstorm is Lukka, the Fury, both cleansing and damning. Lukka, the slaves believed, was Justice, was he who remade the world, and remade the soul.
The storm screams at him, and Obi-Wan Kenobi screams back.
Fandoms: Star Wars - All Media Types, Star Wars Prequel Trilogy, Star Wars: The Clone Wars (2008) - All Media Types
19 Mar 2021
“Please, can’t we get just one competent government?” a man sighed as he received his fifth funding request back, unopened.
There was nothing special about this man. His name was Irdo Gyrk, originally hailing from Chandrila before his need to “see the galaxy” sent him rushing off to the nearest space port, and then his need to eat sent him into the arms of the first steady job he could find. In all, Irdo Gyrk was a plain, unassuming, and all together unimportant man, who worked as a minor assistant to some equally unimportant bureaucrat.
This man was just like any other man, this day just like any other day, and his words just like any other low-level government employee frustrated with the slow-turning cogs of bureaucracy. The difference, of course, is that this time, someone was listening.
That someone was the Force, and it was an asshole.
The movers and shakers of the Rebel Alliance are drop-kicked back in time after their respective deaths to their bodies mid-Battle of Naboo.
Ben Kenobi died. He died to save Luke and Leia and Han. From the comfort of the Force, he watched as the Empire fell. But then the force had done... something.
Ben Kenobi is thrusted back in time into the mind of his 5 year-old self. Little Obi-Wan doesn't know what is going on or why he can suddenly feel another presence inside his mind, nudging him to make weird decisions. But he appreciates that his ability to sweet talk himself out of any trouble has suddenly doubled.
It's good revenge is not the Jedi way and that the Force is not something corporeal or else Ben has a few things he would like to do to it.
It's weird, I know. Hopefully as the story progresses it will make mild-sense. Basically time-travel fix it but not really because obi-wan doesn't really remember anything. Poor kid gets a shit ton of nightmares though. This story will hopefully go from youngling!Obi to full Jedi Master Obi-Wan Kenobi. Clones kinda appear but not really. And Obi thwarts most of Palpatine's evil plans.
Fandoms: Star Wars: The Clone Wars (2008) - All Media Types, Star Wars - All Media Types, Star Wars Prequel Trilogy
25 Feb 2021
When the Sithslayer himself offered to train her, Ahsoka Tano wasn't expecting her first week as a Padawan to end in the start of a galactic-scale civil war. Between suddenly being thrown into the role of Commander, Master Kenobi's former Padawan taking every chance to remind her that he didn't like her, and just trying to figure out her place in the Order, she's gotta get creative.
Or, in which Anakin Skywalker was Knighted before AoTC, and Obi-Wan Kenobi meets a spitfire of an Initiate that was about to be sent to Bandomeer. Of course, he won't let that happen... and the galaxy changes dramatically because of it.
- Part 7 of Snek's Star 'Verse
Ending up through a Force vortex on Tatooine, old Ben is not certain what the Force has in store for him in the clone wars of all. But to be fair, the Force has always been its own entity.
Bookmarked by archivalDaeva
06 Apr 2021