I’m still amazed at the fact that Hondo survived all six seasons of The Clone Wars. He ticked off Count Dooku, Darth Maul, and General Grievous. Evidently, his dear mother taught him well.

Criminal: You can't take us all, Jedi.
Plo Koon: Would you like to try and prove your theory?
Ahsoka looked a little uncomfortable for a moment, then smiled as if she’d
nailed it on with grim determination just to keep their spirits up.
“No, Master, I’m not your assigned Padawan.” She turned to Anakin and
“I’m yours, Master Skywalker.”
The Clone Wars by Karen Traviss. (via aliena-everdeen)


Watch The Clone Wars, they said.  It’s just a fun kids’ show, they said.  Your heart won’t get crushed, they said.

They lied.

[2/2 species] The Togruta were a carnivorous humanoid species from the planet Shili. The species exhibited head-tails which were similar to those of Twi’leks. Togruta were also distinguished by montrals, large hollow horn-like projections from the top of their heads, that gave the species a form of passive echolocation. In order to protect themselves from dangerous predators, and to hunt their own prey, Togruta banded together in tribes and relied on their natural pigmentation to disrupt and confuse slow-witted beasts. Togruta worked well in large groups, and individualism was seen as abnormal within their culture, although it was also a necessary quality in leaders.

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Clones wanting to be known by their nicknames instead of their numbers

Clones giving themselves different hair cuts and colors and tattoos and armor decals

Clones wanting to start normal lives and have families

Clone troopers wanting individuality QuQ

Clones developing different personality traits making them each individual.

Clones having emotional attachments to different people (of different races).

Clones having their own idea’s/thoughts, strategy plans and personal outlook on things making them each and every way different from each other.


some nameless cuy’val dar probably messaging their families in a quiet moment. 

… hell, if you want it feelsy, it could be their last communication with them before going off to kamino.

Luke: How did my father die?
Obi-Wan: A young Jedi named Darth Vader, who was a pupil of mine until he turned to evil, helped the Empire hunt down and destroy the Jedi knights. He betrayed and murdered your father. Now the Jedi are all but extinct. Vader was seduced by the dark side of the Force.
R2-D2: You lying sack of shit
Carnage of Krell
Captain Rex: Fives, Jesse, I'm sorry. General Krell has ordered your execution immediately.
Jesse: What? But how? He can't do this.
Captain Rex: He has authority to render punishment during combat.
Jesse: I can understand a court-martial and locking us up in the brig, but executing us?
Captain Rex: I tried to convince him that it's my fault, but he wouldn't let me.
Fives: Rex, you have to face it. He's been using you. He needs your loyalty to control the others.
Captain Rex: I won't let him get away with this.
Fives: Ah, don't beat yourself up about it. We made our choice. We knew what the price was.
Jesse: Yeah, speak for yourself.
Fives: Heh. Still got your sense of humor, I see.
Jesse: Yeah, who said I was joking?



Rating: Mature audiences

Status: Complete

Summary: The mission that led to the shift in Rex and Ahsoka’s relationship.


I know most of you have probably already read this and that I’m super late to the party. I just had to make a post for it anyway. So, so, so good.