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I am a bit of a trendsetter. I was the first to archive a Dark Luke, Jedi Leia, Bail/Breha, Kyp/Jaina or war crimes trial. I may not be the best thing around here, but I am certainly the envelope-pusher.
In the tumultous times following the destruction of the Death Star, Leia Organa and Luke Skywalker are captured by the Empire and put on trial for their war crimes. Facing the judgment of the people, the schemings of an Emperor, and the reality of their heritage, they must come to terms with their past, learn to walk the path of forgiveness, and discern where the Force will take them next.
Part 1 of a trilogy.
Three years after the events of Revenge of the Sith, the Organas have adjusted to raising their daughter in the shadow of the Empire. There's just one problem: Lord Vader is taking an interest in Alderaan and Bail has a confession to make. This is a sequel to 'Empty.'
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I'm relatively new to the "galaxy far, far away", though I'm becoming more deeply engrossed in it every day. My first experiences with it didn't impress me much, but early last year, I saw Episode II and fell in love. The rest, as they say, is history. :p
Nine year old Mace Windu and his friend, Xanatos duCrion, really want to become Padawans. With the intitiate games about to begin, the pressure is mounting. Will they be able to stand out from the crowd? Will they find Masters, the right Masters? And will the inventive use of dessert do the trick? Only time will tell.
Supreme Chancellor Palpatine is not amused that Qui-Gon Jinn survived Maul's attack. But he has more important things to think about - like how to get his hands on the Chosen One before the Jedi steal him away.
Fourteen year old Obi-Wan Kenobi has been returning to the Temple without telling Qui-Gon where he's been or what he's been doing. It had only been a few months since the Melida/Daan fiasco and now this... the boy appears to be breaking the rules yet again. What is a Master to do?
Obi-Wan Kenobi has accepted that his old Master, Qui-Gon Jinn, is dead and one with the Force. Although grieving, he has tried to move on with his life as a Jedi Knight and Master to the Chosen One. Why then does he keep hearing Qui-Gon's voice in the wind? Is he going mad?
A Jedi Master searching to reclaim his past.
A Sith apprentice who cannot see a way forward.
A former Sith haunted by the power he once knew.
A Jedi Knight wrestling with the dark side's call.
All are drawn to the same backwater planet by the darkness hidden there. But as their destinies become more and more intertwined, are they growing closer to discovering the truth, or merely all pawns in some greater scheme?