Tag Archives: Jiron Jados

Special Features: Idyll

A Blue House sketch.  By way of explanation.   I was working in the outer office, which I still call that even though it’s properly the house library, trying to straighten out some difficulties that had arisen with the script for Wings, ready … Continue reading

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Sentinel Idyll: Temple

I have reasons for what I’m doing, and I’m happy to discuss them with you in the comments log if you like. Reseda Che is gay, just putting that out there right now. I did not see this coming; sometimes … Continue reading

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Sentinel Idyll: Priory

I thought that On Loan had settled the question of Sentinels once and for all – but apparently not.  So here we all are again! Due to an accident with the timeline (a pot-plant fell on it, obscuring some vital dates) this … Continue reading

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A Long Time Ago

My first crossover! This story was rendered possible by Mr. Lucas’ choice of words: ‘A long time ago’ is so very vague.  Thanks to Frostfyre7 for reminding me that this world can be seen as one of many, and to … Continue reading

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Per Solum Hodie

Happy Star Wars Day, everybody! To celebrate: cameo-fest at Against The Shadows – see how many you can count! Answers at the end. They’re not all named, nor does everybody named necessarily show up in person, but I’ve tried to make … Continue reading

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Breaking Point – Part 2

It was quiet that evening. Strangely quiet. Neither of the two Padawans was in trouble with anybody else’s Master, or late with academic assignments, or ‘not speaking’ to any other Padawans, or working late in either the laboratory or the … Continue reading

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Breaking Point – Part 1

Many thanks – as usual! – to Erin, this time for advice regarding Shendi customs and language. “Hi – hi, Master. Sorry I’m late – I forgot – to tell you -” Nasriel was one of the worst Padawans in … Continue reading

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Life With ‘Roni

This was written partly as a companion piece to Jiron’s Death, and partly because I saw the TCWT challenge from July 2013 and thought I’d quite like to have a go at that, even though I totally missed the chain. File … Continue reading

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Dot-And-Go-One

The title is an archaic Anglicism explained here. This story was written on the lame excuse that I wished to explain Kijé Yenseh’s disability – and relationship with Nasriel Threeb! – once and for all. Story takes place roughly two … Continue reading

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Memory

I just saw Revenge of the Sith for the first time, having waited six years, and I’m still a tad angsty. Please excuse. This story explains, a little, various things that various characters have said on this blog over the last few months. It was … Continue reading

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Winter Solstice – Part 2 of 3

This chapter and the next are Erin’s Christmas present: Merry Christmas to Erin, and I’m so sorry it had to be virtual! Solstice Eve, or, The Ghost of Christmas Past. Checking the pockets to see he hadn’t forgotten anything, Obi-Wan shrugged … Continue reading

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Manhunt – Part 9

Onward down the passage, leaving damp footprints. At last, quite abruptly, the way ended in a solid stone wall, a perfect dead-end. Obi-Wan raised his lightsaber to read the words carved in odd, flowing characters roughly at eye level. “This … Continue reading

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Manhunt – Part 7

Obi-Wan turned to Nasriel as she trudged up the deserted, muddy street after him.  “Are you sure that beggar said left?” “Spaceport’s at the end of this street,” mumbled Nasriel unhappily.  “Oh, I wish I knew what Res thinks he’s … Continue reading

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Sentinel Girl

Nasriel had not expected to be assigned to anybody ever again, not after Gueca Sala’s blistering public censure of her and N’Cai Vareng’s careless dismissal.  Certainly, she had not expected to be assigned to a Sentinel.  However, she had a … Continue reading

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The Sonnet

“Master Obi-Wan!  Do you have to have all eight of these history books on the table?” Coming home from yet more classes, with her arms full of books and assignment sheets, Nasriel sighed as she saw the cluttered table in the quarters.  … Continue reading

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Galactic City

Jiron quite strongly hated the annual trip to Coruscant with his Master, Lusien Gorixo.  Hated taking a public ship into the planet when all the other Jedi chartered something every time they needed to travel.  Hated being shoved about and … Continue reading

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Jiron’s Death

This is not a nice story.  It is quite graphic, and quite violent.  Rated M. I’ve been trying to write this for a long time now, but only just worked out how to do it without either making you sick … Continue reading

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The Letter

This is quite short, but I think quite sweet. Written under the influence of a truly nasty flu whilst on vacation in Cornwall. The lofty arches of the Archives were shrouded in shadow, darkly silent for almost all of the … Continue reading

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Chapter 1

It was, of course, in the twilight years of the Old Republic, full of pain and fear, usual enough for a Jedi Master and his Padawan to go missing.  It was rather less usual for them to be in possession … Continue reading

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Chapter 23

Cheerfully triumphant, Obi-Wan breezed into the Kenobi quarters.  Ben had been waiting for him and bounced out of his room in excited anticipation.  “Did you get it?” “I got it.  It’s only one week – with recall – effective from … Continue reading

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Chapter 24

The paved road gave out only a few meters outside the city, and a dirt trail twined away through the long, coarse grass of the plains toward the horizon.  Grey clouds skidded across the sky, not the grey of Coruscant … Continue reading

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Chapter 25

By morning, the rain clouds had blown away and the ground was dry.  Obi-Wan went out early for a walk, enjoying the wide open space that was so rare on Coruscant.  Half an hour after sunrise he was nearly a … Continue reading

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Chapter 26

When they reached the spaceport in the center of town, Obi-Wan stopped abruptly.  “This is a test, Nasriel.  What do you think is going on?” “A – a test?” asked Nasriel, gasping for breath and trying to stay in tune … Continue reading

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Chapter 27

The bomber dodged through the streets, always managing to be well ahead of the Jedi Master pursuing him.  Obi-Wan was careful, running fast and thinking faster, trying to predict where his target would go next.  Finally the man made his … Continue reading

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Chapter 28

In the basement of the ruined building, Nasriel’s mind swam lethargically back to consciousness, and she checked, as all Padawans were taught, exactly what was going on.  Start with you, Master Jados had always said.  All right.  Her head hurt, … Continue reading

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