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anonymous asked:

How does Ahsoka's tube top stay up, and how are her crown things attached to her head?

Artistic delusions that favor a certain aesthetic over any sort of practicality or realism in how clothes work.

Hopefully some type of fashion tape or invisible straps, as we have had to wonder with Padme’s opera dress before.

As for her headdress, it seems like the akul teeth are sort of form fitting to her montrals. She seems to always wear it, even when sleeping, so perhaps it is fixed with a sort of adhesive that isn’t toxic?

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The Eagle and the Wolf - Chapter 4 - The Pale Man [Star Wars AU]
When confronted with Anakin's grim determination to commit treason and murder the Emperor, Ahsoka decides to escape while she still can. Unfortunately for her, Anakin does not take kindly to her attempts to flee and just when things can't seem to get any worse, rescue comes for Ahsoka from an unlikely place. But who is the Pale Man really? What secret is he hiding and what is his connection to Anakin Skywalker? And why is he following them?
By Organization for Transformative Works

When Ahsoka awoke the next morning, Anakin was back, lounging against the tree, flipping through a worn, leather journal and his gaze focused intently on the pages. She watched him as the haze of sleep cleared from her mind, noting how his fingertips danced over the pages, as if he both wanted to and was afraid to touch them.

“What’s in the book?” Ahsoka yawned as she pushed herself upright.

Anakin closed the journal with a snap and looked over at her with a raised eyebrow. “Don’t you think it’s a little early to be so nosy, Snips?”

Ahsoka grinned back at him over her shoulder. “Nope. So what’s in the book?”

“None of your business,” Anakin grumbled and pushed himself upright, walking over to pack and wrenching open a saddle bag before carefully placing the item in a metal canister. “How did you sleep? You were out cold by the time I got back.”

Rolling her eyes, Ahsoka folded her arms over her chest. “Yeah, about that, when exactly  did  you come back because you weren’t here when the Pale Man showed up. Again.”

“You saw him again?” Anakin asked. “What did he say?”

“He said, and I quote, that he is following us!” Ahsoka gestured wildly. “That’s not normal! Why haven’t we seen him on the road? Why is he following us? Why won’t he tell me what his name is? Where the hell were you?”

The eagle, who had been cleaning its feathers on a nearby branch, let out an agitated series of shrieks and cries, flapping its massive wings and trying to take flight into the sky. Unfortunately, Anakin had tied it to its perch to prevent just such an event from happening and the poor creature ended up getting tangled in the stays, shrieking indignantly at its predicament.

“Calm down, Snips!” Anakin grunted as he tried to find a way past the razor-sharp claws and talons. “You’re going to upset him!”

“Him?” Ahsoka gasped, offended. “What about me?”

Anakin ignored her for the next few minutes as he worked with surprising grace and gentleness to bring the angry eagle under control. Once the shrieks had ceased, replaced by mournful soft sounds, he carefully pulled out a hood and covered the bird’s head, stroking its feathered breast and whispering softly. “There… that’s better. See? You’re safe and sound. Ahsoka didn’t mean to upset you.”

“I am not apologizing to that thing,” Ahsoka muttered.

Anakin glowered at her but instead of making a harsh retort, he pointed to the fire where a roasted rabbit was cooling over the embers. “There’s breakfast. Hurry up and eat while I pack up camp.”

Unable to resist the grumbling of her stomach, and perhaps regretting her earlier snappish behavior, Ahsoka ate her breakfast quietly, pulling meat off the bone and trying to ignore the eagle on the low-hanging branch.

What was she going to do now?

Originally posted by heavydynamics

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Slaves of the Republic - zinjadu - Star Wars - All Media Types [Archive of Our Own]
An Archive of Our Own, a project of the Organization for Transformative Works
By Organization for Transformative Works

Chapters: 1/1
Fandom: Star Wars - All Media Types, Star Wars: The Clone Wars (2008) - All Media Types
Rating: Mature
Warnings: Creator Chose Not To Use Archive Warnings
Relationships: Obi-Wan Kenobi & Anakin Skywalker, Anakin Skywalker & Ahsoka Tano, CT-7567 | Rex & Ahsoka Tano
Characters: Ahsoka Tano, Anakin Skywalker, Obi-Wan Kenobi, Miraj Scintel, CT-7567 | Rex
Additional Tags: Alternate Universe - Episode, Slaves of the Republic, Undercover, Slavery, Voyeurism, it never goes as planned, boundaries get pushed, it gets awkward, then it gets serious, with a little Rexsoka on the end because I’m scum
Summary:

AU of S04E12: Slaves of the Republic. Taking on the trope of “what if Rex was the slave and Ahsoka was the seller?” How would our heroes really feel at dealing with the wrongness that is Zygerria, the sleemo that is the queen, and the pressure to complete the mission at the expense of their own integrity?

By doing the job, of course, no matter how horrible and weird it gets.

anonymous asked:

How do you think Rex would be as a dad? I can imagine him being pretty strict, but also really awkward?

Well I have a hc that they have like three children, and with all of them he’s completely different.

I mean, first baby, is always an experience, It’s new and it’s scary for both of them, even more so for Rex because he doesn’t believe that he can do this. This goes against everything he signed up for when he was thrown into the battlefield. Anyway, baby is born and he is TERRIFIED. Like he’s too scared to hold her cause he thinks he’ll drop her and not matter how many times Ahsoka shows him he’s still making excuses. She’s nearly two weeks old when he finally holds her properly. And wow. It hits him. This is his baby. Their baby. She’s finally here.

The next two are somewhat easier. Shaaka unexpectedly comes a year after Aheshla. And Duraa is born nearly five years after that. By then, Rex has gotten used to it. He’s a dad now, whether he likes it or not, but he still has to remind himself that discipling his children doesn’t mean giving them military treatment. And his kids are crazy (they hang around their uncles in the 501st so that’s no surprise) he hates punishing them so usually he lets them off with it.

Overall I think he’d be a good dad, his children give him a slightly softer edge. He’s nothing without them and Ahsoka.

terpsikeraunos  asked:

top five female star wars characters

why only five ;a;

1. ahsoka tano

watching ahsoka grow and change and learn honestly was (and is) a kind of healing. i love her wholeness, her imperfection, the stubbornness, and will to learn, and love, and how she carries her pains, and how she reaches to those around her. 

her “i am no jedi” is a show of such enormous strength that i neither anakin or obi-wan had. to tear out the structure that made you out of your very gut, and yet remain yourself - through everything. 

2. asajj ventress

aka the majestic queen of everything. she always makes her own choices. and the power, the elegance, the grace of a swift, unapologetic figure with two red blades and obi-wan’s taste for battle flirting - she’s on the top of my ‘star wars villains to bang list’ (yes, the list exists).  

dark disciple did everything wrong as a book, so we don’t talk about it. but even beyond that - i love how many things she balances, and yet presses forward, strong-willed. the dark side, her heritage, the redemption, and the entire galaxy spinning into darkness before her eyes - she got this, she will survive, prosper, judge with a careful eye, and maybe wreck some good in the process.

3. jocasta nu

honestly, for the potential. she is the chief librarian of the jedi temple with many decades as jedi researcher behind her. archeology, anthropology, biology, physics - who knows. but she is the one who desperately needs a developed background. 

i want the life of building peace, a jedi working within the system of the republic, enjoying her own pursuit of knowledge and the relief it brings to others - slowly spotting and confronting the sprouts of corruption within the state, noticing the dark shadow hanging over the future. and retiring to help the younglings with the catalogs, silently aware that the center won’t hold for long. 

i just honestly want a novel of space magic geology, the frustrations of dealing with local administration, igniting your lightsaber only to protect, a surprise discovery during a survey, a sudden, forbidden love that has to be left on this nearly forgotten planet, a track through the swamps, and coming to understand what it means to be a jedi.

4. shmi skywalker

shmi will always be the saddest part of star wars for me. she is like a bleeding wound of the real world on the tapestry of an epic, and I really want to honor her for that. i am forever shaken by mother’s ability to let go of her child, and smile as she watches him go towards the stars. 

if thetis were human. 

5. hera syndulla 

i just love my space mom ok. i love that she is able to remain kind at war, and yet draw firm lines and give support for all of her kids. she is a pilot, a solider, a general - and it doesn’t take away from her ability to love and nurture those close to her, but those two sides compliment and empower each other.