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17 Sep 2021
“I like that they have this very mature adult relationship.” -Dave Filoni, taken slightly out of context
This series is dedicated to Kanan and Hera’s sex life, which is sustaining us all during these trying times. Specifically, it's a look at their relationship during Season 3 of Star Wars Rebels. This work is a sequel to Shannon Phillips’s Fade to Black and Fade to Black and Back, though you should note the change in author. Twenty-two chapters of explicit kanera shenanigans, one dedicated to each episode, detailing what happens after the credits roll.
"The thing nobody tells you about having a nervous breakdown is that, between the periods of fugue, you are excruciatingly lucid. From the outside, you look like a lunatic. Inside, your mind is always working, forming plans for escape. None of those plans works, though, and you fall further and further into exhaustion, beating against the walls of your own mind. It is exactly like being trapped in the tunnels under Gresit. Except this time, it’s somebody else she can’t save."
Trevor Belmont is (apparently) gone. Sypha Belnades apparently spends two weeks in bed and then gets up and tries to pass it off to Alucard like nothing has happened. (We see your faux-casual "hello," Sypha.) During that time she has to come to terms with some messy truths.
A vampires' stronghold in Styria, a forgemaster, an army, and a relentless hunt--well, Sypha had said that she wanted more of a challenge. Alucard, numb and grieving from his last encounter with a pair of humans, hasn't asked to be pulled into the drama as well, but suddenly his choices are: a) help Sypha, or b) let Trevor die and the world burn.
He's strangely all right with the world burning.
IF they get out of Styria alive and IF he helps them save Wallachia again--and for one thing he can't, because they are most definitely outclassed this time--Alucard's reward will be watching them ride into the sunset together. Again. It's time to pick sides, but Adrian Țepeș has no desire to play anymore.
And also, he wants to be the one picked.
A collection of scenes from Hera's childhood.
1: Cham Syndulla almost missed the birth of his daughter because he was fighting his biggest battle yet, this one with the delegation representing Ryloth in the Senate.
2: “If you ever—” she said, the words shaking. “If you EVER disobey me like that again—”
Hera sniffed, frightened.
3: “Cute kid. When she dies, pack that thing up.”
“What if she doesn’t die?”
4: “If you lose your cool like that just because somebody says something nasty to you,” she said, “you are going to end up dead.”
5: Teenage girls—no matter how different they were when they started out, if you put them in a building together for a few months they all came out sounding the same.
6: Kanan frowned. “You’re going to have about one and a half, maybe two kilometers to fire up the engines again after we get under their sensors. Nobody could stick that landing."
7: When she clicked off the comm, Telia was looking at her with undisguised interest and zero intention of taking any prisoners. “He sounds hot. You decided you liked boys and not just causes?”
8: Tired. Their family’s word for every kind of toll that war and loss could take on a person.
"The first time Trevor met Sypha Belnades, she very nearly threw up on his face. Then she fell down a hole, took him along, and raised a vampire—or bloody close enough, anyway. Not an auspicious beginning for a monster hunter. She was annoyingly small and young and pretty in a way that spoke of vulnerability, and clearly a fan of getting herself into trouble that she couldn’t get out of. So Trevor had, admittedly, been skeptical of Sypha from the start."
Or: Trevor Belmont has never been so happy to be so very wrong about someone.