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Master Yoda moved slower than a frozen Hutt, his little green head bobbing side to side as he ambled pleasantly through the halls of the Temple, nodding a greeting to passing Jedi, who all bowed with great respect to the ancient master.

Obi-Wan and Ahsoka followed at a respectful distance, taking small steps and shooting the occasional glance at the people paying obeisance to the Grand Master of the Order.

“Do you think if I offered to give him a lift, he’d take me up on it?” Ahsoka whispered to Obi-Wan, who looked up at her, scandalized.

“You can’t do that, Master Ahsoka!” the Senior Initiate protested, worried that perhaps there might be something wrong with his new friend. “That’s disrespectful! We learn patience by following in the Master’s footsteps.”

Ahsoka just smiled and shook her head as Yoda stopped to hold another conversation with a clutch of wide-eyed younglings. She looked over at Obi-Wan, who was trying so hard to be the perfect Initiate. There were three months left before his thirteenth birthday and he could not afford to step out of line once.

His whole future depended on it.

“What if we just picked him up and carried him off?” Ahsoka teased. “Do you think he’d mind?”

Obi-Wan turned to her slowly, his blue eyes wide horrified as the group shuffled on. “Master Ahsoka!”

She was starting to understand why Anakin had so enjoyed ruffling Master Obi-Wan’s feathers. Obi-Wan’s expression of shock and affront were adorably hilarious. Too bad he never got a chance to see Padawan Obi-Wan. He would have loved him.

“Your offer of assistance and locomotion, I accept,” Yoda chuckled, his eyes twinkling as he hobbled back over to Ahsoka from his latest conversation.

“You… you do?” Ahsoka said, shocked that Yoda had been paying attention to her while he was discussing the finer points of Tellestrian flower arranging with a Charigan Jedi. She had the decency to blush before she knelt and helped Yoda up onto a comfortable perch on her shoulder, surprised to see how light the Grand Master was. “I’m sorry, Master Yoda. I was just… trying to lighten the mood.”

“Rude and impertinent, you were,” Yoda cackled with mischievous glee, pointing to a far hallway. “Old am I, not deaf. Learned your lesson, have you? Hmmm?”

Obi-Wan looked up at Ahsoka, his blue-grey eyes wide and his lips pulled into a twisted line that indicated he was trying not to laugh at Master Yoda riding piggyback on Ahsoka. He stepped forward and led them in the direction of Yoda’s meditation room. He had a sneaking suspicion that Master Ahsoka didn’t really know where much of anything in the Temple was and this way he could show her without drawing attention to her lack of knowledge.

How she became a Knight, and a jar'kai wielder at that, was a mystery for another day.

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darthbanes replied to your post “An Inside Man was the best episode Rebels has had in a while…”

i honestly hope he gives his life for the redemption & to save the ghost crew one last time from thrawn

not that it actually makes up for what he did on lasan but.. thats what i hope happens

I want a Kallus who’s racked with guilt over his past crimes, who desperately wants to atone and knows that merely being Fulcrum isn’t enough, but doesn’t know what else to do. A Kallus who’s coming to realize just how bad a person he was, and still is in many ways, and no longer wants to be that person, but who knows that much of what he did is unforgivable, and has to accept that. A Kallus who takes whatever the Rebels throw at him because he knows he did so much worse to them, who knows that their anger and distrust is justified, and accepts that it’s what he deserves. A Kallus who, ultimately, is willing to sacrifice himself to stop the Empire and to save the Rebels.

And even through all this, he’s still working for the Empire, and undoubtedly committing more atrocities unless he wants to reveal himself! So he might want to be better, but he’s still terrible, and there’s no need to ignore that to try and make him seem like a better person than he is.

       hey !   can mutuals do me a huge favour and give this post a like if you don’t mind roleplaying with my 616 face-claim for peggy.   since she is still a huge influence on this blog and i’m always extremely worried when i want to write a starter using this version of peggy instead of her MCU self.

anonymous asked:

you can talk about it we wont mind!


The thing is, my life doesn’t actually suck? Actually, a lot of the things I’d wanna talk about are good things, or at least half good things! There’s a few sad and bad and tiring things, but a lot of them are latching onto the good things? I’m a pretty happy girl!

I love this song “비와 당신의 이야기” (Story of You and the Rain) // Lee Seung-chul // Popcorn Girl (Ali) from King of Mask Singer

This site has lyric translations: link 

Have a listen if you’re bored :-)

anonymous asked:

so wait? did kodaka write the play or did he map out the plot points?

Kodaka isn’t really a screenplay writer, he’s more a scenario writer when it comes to Danganronpa at least.

Kazutaka Kodaka (小高 和剛 Kodaka Kazutaka) is the creator, director and scenario writer of the Danganronpa series. (x)

What this means might confuse people. But Kodaka doesn’t write most of the actual lines or dialouge - he writes the scenarios, like, a summary or outline of what’s going to happen in the games. This is pretty normal. Like, I remember, Tetsuya Nomura, scenario director of the Kingdom Hearts series, only actually wrote line for line one of the games (358/2 Days, and he also said it was a hellish experience and he would never do it again xP) but he’s considered the main writer and creator. So he hands off his outlines, from what I understand, to the screenwriters, and they actually type out all the dialouge and his ideas onto the script, while he oversees them. (I don’t think he writes scripts for the games, though this is a weird area and honestly even I’m not 100% sure how it works, it varies from project to project and company to company.)

As for SDR2 the stage:

Kei Horie is returning from the first Danganronpa stage play to serve as producer, and Masahiro Yoshida is producing the show with Pia’s Seiichi Sometani. Fumiya Matsuzaki will take over as director, and Spike Chunsoft’s Kazutaka Kodaka will once again direct the play’s scenario. Masafumi Takada, the composer for the original Danganronpa 2 game, will compose the music. (x)

So, it seems like he had a similar amount of influence over the play, as he did with the games, though I do think he had more in the games because you know, they’re 30-40 hours long compared to a three hour stage show.