Dark Side Ahsoka: The ReasonEverything I knew was a lie: the Jedi, the Republic, and even the Separatists. I was fighting a warDark Side Ahsoka: The Reason by ~PG13inthehouse
that should have never been fought. Every one involved, including those once closest to me, they all
had a greed for power and control. I should've known. From the day I was born, I was once told that
I was destined to be a Jedi. THEY LIED TO ME! My destiny was to never be with the Jedi. Everyone
one in the galaxy, even those that seem innocent, they all want the same thing: money and power. I was trained by a Jedi, who thinks he knows many values, who told me that I was destined to bring peace to the galaxy. Yet, no peace can be restored by the Jedi, they are weak. Then I found the one solution that would help: I will cleanse the people that are infected by this plague, and destroy the vermin that started it. I can never go back to the Jedi, not after they lied to me my entire life. Dooku is just a weak old man, a sad child trying to hide the depression that overcomes him. My
SWTCW: Wrath of Revan 2That night, Anakin and Ahsoka traveled to the Galaxies Opera house to see the show "Squid Lake" with Padmé Amidala. They saw her standing outside of her private viewing box in her evening attire.SWTCW: Wrath of Revan 2 by ~PG13inthehouse
Padmé gave Anakin a friendly hug. "It's so good that you two could come tonight." She turned to Ahsoka as she lost her smile. "Ahsoka, I'm really sorry about today. I hope you can forgive me."
"It's alright," Ahsoka replied, calmly, "just as long as you don't do it again." Padmé smiled warmly.
"So," Anakin spoke, "we better get to our seats before the show starts."
"Oh, yes," Padmé said, digging into her purse. She pulled out three tickets. "Anakin, you're sitting with me. Ahsoka, I meant to give you a seat with us, but Senator Farr asked me for a seat with me and I couldn't refuse. However, I was able to get you a seat in another V.I.P. box; it's below my box."
Ahsoka felt slightly excluded, but as humble as she was, she made no arguments and asked no questions. "It's no problem, Padmé; let's
SWTCW: Wrath of Revan 4Two months laterSWTCW: Wrath of Revan 4 by ~PG13inthehouse
The death of Ahsoka Tano rattled the minds of many; but no one else was more distraught than Anakin. He was staring into space at the bridge of the Resolute Star Destroyer as the ship drifted through space. Obi-wan saw him in distance and felt his pain; he new he had to comfort Anakin. He carefully came up to him. "Anakin, are you alright?"
Anakin didn't even lay a glance at him. "I'm fine, Master," he replied softly. Anakin turned around and walked past Obi-wan.
He caught up to Anakin, "I know when you are troubled, my apprentice. Let me help you."
"I just want to be alone," Anakin replied walking out a door into a hallway.
"I know you miss Ahsoka, Anakin," said Obi-wan, "but her death was nearly two months ago. I think it's time that you forget about her."
"That's just it, Master," Anakin said as he stopped walking, "she was too young to die; and it's all my fault." Anakin clenched his fist as a tear ran down his cheek. "But so help me, I'll k