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Dusk: Chapter 8Chapter 8: Jedi FalsehoodsDusk: Chapter 8 by kablob
Ahsoka’s declaration snapped the others out of their stupor, and they all turned to looked at her like she had grown a fourth lekku.
Shaak Ti was the first to find her words. “Ahsoka, what Barriss did was-”
“Horrible, yes, I know,” Ahsoka cut her off. “I know that better than anyone. But she was right, she saw this was happening!” Ahsoka stood up and began pacing agitatedly. “Do you remember what she said when she confessed, Master? I remember every word, I couldn’t forget it if I tried.”
Which I have.
“An army fighting for the Dark Side, fallen from the light we once held so dear,” Ahsoka quoted. Where Barriss had shouted indignantly, Ahsoka said the words flatly, trying to detach them from the pain they represented. It worked poorly. “This Republic is failing. It’s only a matter of time.” She looked up at Shaak, holding back tear
Dusk: Chapter 7Chapter 7: Thunderous ApplauseDusk: Chapter 7 by kablob
-Ventress’ hideout, level 1311, Coruscant underworld-
-One Day after Order 66-
“Are you going to sleep all day Tano?”
The raspy voice shattered Ahsoka’s sleep, prompting a deep groan. Come on Master, just five more minutes. Then she remembered where she was and her eyes opened to see Asajj Ventress standing over her. She sat up, blinking away the last vestiges of sleep. Out of one nightmare and into another. She couldn’t remember much of her dreams aside from a general feeling of despair surrounding her. What else is new?
“Is it too much to hope that was a dream,” she asked even though she already knew the answer. As she sat up Ahsoka looked around to take in her surroundings; last night she had been so exhausted she had fallen asleep almost as soon as she walked in. It was a one room apartment that had clearly been abandoned for so
Where Do I Go From Here- Chapter 3Chapter 3Where Do I Go From Here- Chapter 3 by 100NETTE
After dinner I freshened up before joining everyone in the living room. As I walked in I saw Lux on the balcony with his arms leaning on the railing. I didn’t see Padme’ yet, I figured she was still washing up so I walked over to him. He must have been in deep thought staring into the dark sky. I walked up next to him as I placed my own arms on the ledge.
“No stars.” He said softly.
“You never see the stars on Coruscant, but I must say the city looks wonderful from here"
She looked down to the city below with a frown “It’s a pity it’s so corrupt!”
"Well most government are never perfect Ahoska.”
“Yeah I guess.”
He turned his attention toward the city as well. I was hoping we didn’t have to carry on that subject anymore.
I decided to keep the conversation going, Padme should be back soon to join in. I really couldn’t think of anything to ask expect “So how w
Dusk: Chapter 5Chapter 5: ReunionsDusk: Chapter 5 by kablob
-Two and a half hours after Order 66-
Shaak Ti had never heard a sound as relieving as that of a another lightsaber igniting somewhere down the tunnel. Whoever owned it shouted something that she couldn’t understand over the cacophony of blasters, but it made most of the clones on that side turn their attention to the newcomer. Seizing the chance, Shaak Ti called out to the two Padawans who remained standing.
“You two, stay over Katooni!” And then once again, the veteran Jedi master charged. Not having to watch her back anymore, she could get up close to the clones, something that they had no defense against. Before long the last enemy had fallen, and the only sound in the room was the humming of four lightsabers. Before Ti could turn and thank the mystery Jedi, the younglings recognized their savior. Gungi’s howl of joy was so loud that she almost didn’t hear Jinx shouting