droid a day

i think they’d grow really close if they ever got the free time to spend with each other and they’d be the type of friends to just chill whenever they got a day off

i didn’t originally draw this as ship art, but am tagging it regardless and you’re free to tag it as ship art as well; i just want you to be happy, bud

this is technically a wip, but i don’t know if i have it in me to finish it, so i’ll just leave this here and say happy valentines. hope you all spend it with your so, friends, family, or by yourself, if that’s what you’re about rn! 

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Happy Star Wars Day!

We present to you … the handheld BB-8 ready for adventuring into galaxies far, far away!  May the Fourth bring you adventures and noms aplenty!

(If you look closely, my costume is already a little too small for me!  Mom is sure it won’t fit me at all after my summer growth spurt!)

(No one’s sick of the “Everyone Lives” au right?”)

When Baze’s eyes opened all he saw was white. He thought for a moment that he must have been dead. He had become one with the Force, and all was white. That was right before the pain hit. It started in his chest and worked its way out as he gained awareness of himself. If this was the afterlife he had been very misled. He moved his arm and groaned. Suddenly there was a voice, “Baze!” and then a dark headed shadow entered his view. He blinked and focused on the face of Jyn hovering over him. Her face split into a grin. ‘You’re awake!“ she said brightly. Baze just blinked up at her, his brain still not kicking in.

"Little sister…” Baze muttered and blinked. “Where…”

“We’re on a medical ship,” Jyn said, letting out a breath. “You’ve been asleep for three days… we were evacuated right before…” Jyn’s voice dropped off and she swallowed hard. “We’ve… been taking shifts to wait with you…” Jyn said quietly.

Baze’s eyes widened as memory suddenly came to him, and he tried to sit up. He felt Jyn’s hands on his chest, pushing him back, but he easily moved past, ignoring the sudden flare of pain. “Chirrut,” he said. “Where is Chirrut?”

Jyn let out a breath and she stood up. “Baze, you have to lay down…”

“Where is he?” Baze roared at her, causing her to jump back, swallowing.

She held up her hands in a defensive position and then reached over, touching his arm. “Let’s go see him,” Jyn said, trying to give him a smile. Baze let out a breath and nodded, trying to relax and failing.

Jyn led him away, and Baze looked down at himself as he walked. He was in all white hospital clothes. Bandages restricted his movement in his arms and legs, and he could feel a bandage around his chest too. He’d have to ask where his robes and weapons were.

Jyn walked into another room, and Baze’s heart jumped into his throat. The room was filled with tanks, wall to wall, and all of them were occupied. The bacta baths they were in cast a cool blue light around the room, and in the one closest, was Chirrut. Baze would have recognized him anywhere, despite the breathing tube obscuring his face. Baze swallowed and moved over, touching the tank closest to Chirrut’s hand. “Is he…”

“He’s alive,” Jyn said quietly, swallowing. “He was dead when they found him… but then again, so were you, and you came back.” Baze swallowed and nodded, eyes glued to Chirrut.

“He’s been here for three days too?”

“Yeah,” Jyn said. “We should get you back to bed…”

“No,” Baze said firmly. “I’m going to stay here.”

Jyn paused then nodded. “Alright…”

Baze listened as Jyn walked away, and he shifted to sit down, finally tearing his eyes away and sitting with his back to the tank. He put his head back on the tank. “We did it, Fool… now you just have to come back to me.”

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It was another week before they pulled Chirrut out of the tank and put him in a bed. In that time six people in the other tanks died and were taken away,  and Baze worried every day that each day would be their last. Baze was checked on every day by medical droids who insisted he go back to a bed to rest, but Baze refused, turning them away with a wave of his hand.

When they laid Chirrut on one of the beds, his breathing steady, and Baze pulled up a chair to the bed he nodded when the medical droids told him all they could do now was wait. Baze got settled in his chair. He could wait.

Over several days Baze watched the medical droids take care of Chirrut, how they moved his limbs and shifted him, how they cleaned him and redressed his wounds. Baze questioned everything they did until he understood Chirrut’s treatment.

After the eighth day, the medical droids stopped coming.

On the twelfth day, Baze had been pushing Chirrut’s legs in and out and then he heard his name, a whisper barely heard. He looked up at Chirrurt’s face, but he looked the same as ever, mouth slightly slack and head always leaning to one side or the other. Baze let out a breath, and he tilted his head down and went back to his work when he heard it again. When Baze’s head came up this time he saw Chirrut’s lips move, and Baze was up at his side in an instant. He caught Chirrut’s hand with his own as he lifted it, and Baze brought the hand to his lips, tears stinging his eyes.

“Baze?” Chirrut’s voice was quiet, and hoarse from lack of use. Something it had never experienced before.

“I’m here, I’m here,” Baze whispered against cool knuckles. “I’m here.”

“Where are we?”

“Medical ship,” Baze said quietly, letting Chirrut’s hand fall, but stubbornly refusing to let go.

“We did it?”

“We did it,” Baze said, biting his lip.

Chirrut nodded, but it was awkward and rigid. “Are you hurt?”

“No, I’m not hurt.”

“I am,” Chirrut tried to smile. He silent for a moment before he added, “and tired…”

Baze’s smile came easily to him, relief filling every muscle in his body. “You should rest, love, you need your strength.”

Chirrut let out a small chuckle, which was trying to be his full body laugh.

“What?”

“You didn’t call me 'Fool’,” Chirrut teased.

Baze smiled and kissed Chirrut’s forehead. “You are living. Living is the least foolish thing you have ever done. Now rest.” Chirrut chuckled again before he closed his eyes again, and drifted off to sleep.

day two of @stardew-valley‘s 30 day stardew valley prompt challenge- unlikely friendship! explanation for why this image is what it is ‘n all below the cut so i don’t bore the shit out of you

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Well, I Guess I’m ‘Mom’ Now

Anon asked:  R2, BB-8, and the other droids follow you around everywhere and love you because you’ve become the unofficial droid parent. If anyone needs you for anything, just follow the sound of whirling parts and beep-boops and they’ll find you. Your significant other finds it freaking adorable.

Author: Zoe

(A/N: I’m sorry, as soon as I see anything involving droids & BB-8, my mind goes directly to Poe! >_<)

Plot Summary: You’re an exemplary droid mechanic. So much so that every droid on base, when not doing their duties, are with you, including R2-D2 and BB-8. You understand their language fluently, and realize that the orange and white droid belonging to a certain Poe Dameron starts calling you ‘mom’, leading to every other droid calling you the same. But…how’s ‘dad’ going to react?

Originally posted by kitslam


“And…Done! Alright buddy, try moving your arm now.” You leaned back, wiping the light beads of sweat off your forehead.

The war droid rotated each joint in its’ newly-installed arm, before beeping in delight.

“I’m glad you like it!” The droid wanted to give you a hug as a first test of it’s new arm, and you happily complied.

“Alright, now you be a little more careful, okay? I like seeing you when you’re not missing limbs.” You smiled as the droid saluted and walked off into the evening.

The cleaning droids that always hang around your workshop got to work scrubbing the paint and oil off the floor, robotically humming as the medical droids sterilized the room, leaving the war droid to pick up the heavy objects and sort them.

Even R2-D2 was with you, making sure everything goes back into proper order.

“Thanks again, you guys. This place would be a mess without you cleaning up my junk.” You took off the top part of your jumpsuit, tying the sleeves around your waist.

The droids finished cleaning and went over to you, expressing happy beeps and boops.

“Oh, you guys are too nice. Go ahead and charge up, we’ve got a big day tomorrow!” You smiled before they whirled around cheerfully, making their way to their respective stations.

As you were about to leave, a familiar squealing noise seemed to go towards you.

BB-8 rolled right into your workshop, as you knelt down.

“Hey, BB-8! How are you?” You hugged the spherical droid as it beeped excitedly, and you barely kept up with it’s speech.

“Am I interrupting anything?” Poe leaned against the doorway, smirking.

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