stars' end

Confessing to Baze, his friend of so many years, the one from whom he had become inseparable from even in childhood, was a daunting task. But he did it – because love, too, cannot be stopped, can’t be torn away from him, nor would he ever lie to the other. He considered a range of possibilities from the negative (awkwardness, the erosion of their friendship, the unlikely but still frightful disgust) to the positive (acceptance, happiness, maybe even reciprocation). But Chirrut never expected this. Baze doesn’t just reciprocate his feelings; he treasures them, gives them back tenfold, years of pent-up affection spilling out at the first opportunity this poor neglected boy has ever had. Every moment alone, there are Baze’s hands at his shoulder, his waist, his cheek, not quite possessive but appreciative in a way that makes Chirrut’s face go red. It almost hurts, sometimes, to think how completely Baze has been without love his whole life to make him so thankful just to be cared for. Despite the pain that lurks between hugs and kisses taken with shy eyes and hesitant smiles at every single chance, Chirrut catches his tears only once. Baze sleeps with his head on Chirrut’s chest, his body curled close, needy, though innocently – they haven’t even broached the topic of sex yet, both still content with exploring one new feeling at a time. Chirrut has barely drifted off when he feels Baze shudder (doesn’t hear him, there’s nothing to hear) and a moment later senses the dampness on his shirt where Baze hides his eyes.


“Don’t go,” He whispers hoarsely, whether it’s brought on by the remnant of a nightmare or a memory or just one of those worries that seems to plague him constantly. “Please don’t go.”

anonymous asked:

I've been thinking...what if during Ahsoka's fugitive arc the Jedi council stood with Ahsoka rather then throw her under the bus to save their skins?

I feel that this would also mean that they would not revoke her status as Padawan and probably wouldn’t be so quick to put her under trial. Of course, this would also mean that the Jedi Council would be even more scrutinized.

I can imagine it already. The public and Senate would be furious. They would accuse the Jedi Council of being heavily biased, incapable of placing proper judgement on their own.

They would all have to deal with that backlash and though I imagine Ahsoka would eventually be found as not guilty and she would stay with the Jedi Order, things will be even more difficult for her and for the Jedi because of that incident.

It would be worse when they find out that Barriss Offee escaped trial and proper persecution (this is just my personal h/c in how I feel things would go down).

When it comes down to it, things gets even more difficult for the Jedi Order from that point, but they don’t lose Ahsoka in that process. Though, Ahsoka is still very shaken to find out Barriss’s betrayal. 


The Toki Project - Week 6 : March 19th- March 26th

Until April, I will try to draw as many different Tokiya pictures as I can, all with different outfits and themes. I take a bit of freedom with the weeks…I just try to upload them 4 at a time. That seems like a good deal, I think.

Here are the themes of the sixth week:

21 - Maji Love 1000%

22 - Mighty Aura

23 - Crystal Time

24 - Shining Live

I’ve been wondering what to do with Mighty Aura since before I started this series. In the end, it became something quite different from my initial idea. It’s based on my favourite screenshot from MLLS too.

You may not upload these pictures on other websites, alter, edit or claim them as your own in any way. If you like them, however, please consider reblogging these. It would mean a lot to me. The other weeks too…

week 1   week 2   week 3   week 4  week 5

Star Wars Rebels fanfic - Apologies

Part of the Little by Little AU

Since coming aboard the Ghost, Ezra had never spent so much time alone in his room.  His quarters had always been for sleeping, for the occasional argument with Zeb, and for not much else.  There was very little to do there, unless for some reason he felt the need to lie on the bed and stare into space.

Which was exactly what he was doing right now.

It wasn’t like he had anything better to do.  He hadn’t bothered to find out exactly what Sato had meant by ‘removed from active duty’, but he doubted he was actually barred from helping out around the base.  Nobody was going to turn down help if he offered it.  Still, it wasn’t like the Rebellion was going to fall apart if he didn’t go out and move some garbage, or pass tools to the rude mechanic he had tried to help a few days before.  He just didn’t feel like being helpful right now, and that seemed completely justified, given the circumstances.

Anyway, he had a hunch that going outside might be a bad idea.  The more he thought about it, the more likely it seemed that that kid – the one who knew – would have mentioned what was happening to at least a few other people at the races.  He probably wouldn’t have done it maliciously; he had come up to Ezra appearing genuinely concerned, trying to help, but he hadn’t appeared to see any problem with talking about it.  Even if he only mentioned it in passing to one or two people, if they all did the same, it would be everywhere by lunchtime.

Not to mention, Ezra had dropped some pretty broad hints to Hobbie and Wedge that there was something up, and he was under no illusions that they wouldn’t go seeking the information that he had told them was out there waiting to be found.  Well, Hobbie would.  Wedge, if Ezra remembered rightly, had been scheduled for a mission first thing that morning, so he would have to wait and do his digging when he got back.

Not that it would exactly be a bad thing for them to know.  Once they did, Ezra would be able to stop worrying about when and how they were going to find out.  Still, just because it wasn’t bad, didn’t mean he could bring himself to see it as a good thing.  Plus, Hobbie might not know yet, he had to give him a little more time, or when he spoke to him he would still find himself playing that awful guessing game, just as he would when Wedge got back.

Maybe he should ask Zeb and Sabine to go out and start talking about it.  That would speed things up, because nobody would question it; everybody knew they wouldn’t be spreading false information.

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