prequell

Obi-wan: Okay, Luke, Your Father, Yoda, Maul and I will be gone for a couple days. Take care, don’t do anything crazy. You are a responsible Jedi master.

Luke: Yes Sir!


(Couple minutes later)

Ezra: *popping up outside the window* are they gone?

Luke: yeah!

Ahsoka: *jumps out from behind the couch* let’s get this party started!

Kanan: *walks in the door* I brought the food!

Sabine: *pops up through floor* I brought the music!

Leia: *walks out of closet* I’ve got brownies!

Everyone: where’s Han?!

Han: *sliding through door, sunglasses on, glow sticks in hands* the fun has arrived!


*Force ghost Obi-wan, Anakin, Yoda and Maul watching from the distance*

Yoda: happens every time, this does.

Obi-wan: I don’t know how he is going to be able to train the new jedi younglings, he is too irresponsible.

Anakin: I can’t believe they’re having a party without me!

Obi-wan: *casts Judging You™ look at Anakin*

Anakin: what!?

Maul: where do they all come from?

Everyone: *looks at him*

Maul: what?! You took all the good questions.

Dersha Fiction: skylines: the prequel (ch. 6) SNEAK PEEK

Since sneaking around with Derek Roman, many of Ahsha’s mornings began with a different type of workout. The California sun peeked through the sheer curtains as Ahsha pleased the baller before their morning practices. Derek leaned his head back against the headboard. These last three weeks had been full of meet up spots, avoiding each other in the arena and planning the next time they would spend time together. They knew if someone caught them it would mean Ahsha would lose her job. A job she worked hard to get and enjoyed. That wasn’t enough to stop them. Every time Ahsha attempted to end it, somehow, she ended up coming back. Or Derek would be very convincing when he begged her to stay.

“Damn, Ahsha, Derek growled, as Ahsha’s mouth wrapped around him under the sheet. As usual, Ahsha would end up spending the night after lying to her parents about going to Kyle’s. Of course, she was a grown woman and her parents didn’t care if she was dating. But being involved with a Devil player, especially Derek Roman may not have sat well with them. Even if Pete sort of ‘bonded’ with Derek once upon a time.

Ahsha finally peeked out from under the sheet, wiping her mouth with her hand. “Good morning,” she purred, straddling Derek’s lap.

“Morning to you too,” he replied, biting his lip. “What a nice treat to wake up to. Thought you’d be too worn out after last night.” The night before was a faraway memory. All Ahsha and Derek could remember was a bottle of Hennessey and a card game.

“Come on now, I’m a performer. It takes a lot to tire me out,” she teased, grinding her hips against him.

“Hmm, well you’re going to need a lot of stamina fooling around with me,” Derek added, moving a piece of hair that had fallen from her messy bun.

“True, true,” Ahsha laughed. “I’m going to start apartment shopping soon. New meetup spot,” she cocked a brow.

To be honest, Derek was growing tired of the sneaking around. He felt like a dirty little secret, though Ahsha had to keep them on the low in order to keep her job. It wasn’t like she was doing it on purpose or enjoyed it either. “Yeah, new meet up spot,” he replied, forcing a smile.

“Maybe I can decorate my ceiling to make it extra fun.”

Derek shook his head at Ahsha referring to the mirrors on the ceiling at his condo. “Trying to bite my ideas,” the baller joked, tickling Ahsha’s sides.

“Hmm, maybe.”

“Then maybe I’ll have to bite a few things in return,” the player teased, leaning in to kiss her neck.

How long can these two sneak around without getting caught? Full chapter coming soon! 

I guess I love star wars because it’s all about hope.
And for some of us… hope is all we have anymore.

@ all anti-kallus people. You say that Kallus is irredeemable, you say that he is a completely evil Nazi, and that he’s redemption arc is the worst thing swr has ever done. Well, I have a counter argument.

Isn’t star wars all about seeing the good in everyone? I mean, all through out the prequals Obi-wan (and qui-gon) saw the best in Anakin. Padme tried to see the best in Anakin after his turn. Obi-wan didn’t want to kill Anakin, even after he murdered those younglings, he wanted to bring him back to the light. 

Luke always tried to see the best in Vader, even after he watched him kill his mentor. He wanted to bring Vader back to the light. And he did. I mean, the only reason the Emperor died is because Luke saw the good in Vader, brought him back to the light, and then brought down the whole empire.

And no one ever argues about Vader’s redemption arc. Besides the emporer he was the biggest Nazi in star wars. He participated in order 66, he killed younglings, he cut off Luke’s hand, he killed Obi-wan, he blew up alderaan, he tortured Leia, he tortured Han, he froze Han in carbonate, and yet no one ever argues about that.

Is Kallus really THAT irredeemable? I mean, there are so many others who have done much worse things. 

  • what she says: i'm fine
  • what she means: wHY the fuck won't they make an obi wan kenobi spin off movie starring EWAN MCGREGOR who was the fucking star of the prequels, the man who really fucking wants to be in another star wars film, a man who is a GREAT actor and a person and is so passionate about acting and loves star wars and just please give a man a chance and it'd be perfect he's in his prime, his age is perfect for the role of obi wan between ep iii and ep iv and NOBODY could play the role of obi wan better than him and HE DESERVES IT and the fans deserve to have this movie !!

One of the neatest things about the Prequel Trilogy is that the character traits which, in any other circumstances, would be virtues end up being the cause of the character’s downfall. Obi-Wan’s dedication to the rules is why he fails as Anakin’s mentor. Padme’s faith in ‘human’ decency and her drive to help others, makes her unable to see the problems of both her husband and the Republic until it’s too late. Anakin’s sense of personal loyalty, need to help, and, most critically, deference to authority, lead him to become Vader. The fact that it’s everyone’s virtues, rather than their flaws, which destroy them make their stories that much more tragic.