|Reviews for Old Man and the Desert|
| dragonfox123 chapter 1 . 8/27
Great chapter and plot
| Crystal meowface chapter 15 . 11/24/2014
I'm a rexoka shipper too and none of my friends understand it they say he's too old but hey! He's no older than boaba
| Guest chapter 1 . 1/16/2014
I liked your story.
| pronker chapter 49 . 10/20/2013
Congratulations on completing your story - it had lots of action and a great imaginative feel.
| x-05-x chapter 49 . 10/19/2013
Great story :-)
What else can I say? It was just great.
| LostSoul1234 chapter 49 . 10/18/2013
Aww, it's over :( are you planning on anymore stories like these? I love Thrice, Jinn and Kiya! And the plots are always so creative!
| pronker chapter 48 . 10/13/2013
So, the end of Sidious, and of Jinn, one good death, one bad.
| BenRG chapter 10 . 10/13/2013
Tut, tut my dear Palpatine! Making a decision like that without thinking it through is to cradle an armed thermal detonator to your breast! It's your own fault what happens next!
| BenRG chapter 8 . 10/13/2013
Poor Han! Always there is some all-powerful Force controlling his destiny! He just can't catch a break, can he?
Ironically, it was his fault this time: If he had played it cool and let the Stormies do their scan, it is just possible that he and the two 'castaways' that he'd 'rescued' from their disabled shuttle might have been allowed to go on their way. Imperial troops are not known for their initiative and lateral thinking. At the very least, Vader wouldn't have heard about it before Ben and Han could have both laid a dozen false trails and vanished.
| BenRG chapter 7 . 10/13/2013
Well, it looks like Vader decided to think ahead like a good general would. He'd know Ben's style well enough to be able to predict his most likely next move.
| BenRG chapter 6 . 10/13/2013
If there was one thing that Anakin should never have forgotten about Ben, it was the dumb luck that seemed to pursue the pair of them all the way across the cosmos.
| BenRG chapter 5 . 10/13/2013
It's worth remembering that the Rebel Alliance were just that, an alliance of an unknown number of anti-Imperial armed groups. Not all of them were as enlightened as the group led by Mon Mothma and Bail Organa. Indeed some were barely above pirates and some were actually worse than the Empire and were only fighting against them because the idea of anyone except them having power was anathema to them. It really wasn't until the destruction of the first Death Star that the more moderate groups began to unite under Mon Motham's banner and some, like the Corellians, never did so.
It shouldn't be difficult to 'convince' (Force-style) the Imperial captain that they are a merchant crew who was attacked by a pirate. The captain will probably pat himself on the back, drop them off at the nearest space-port world and continue with his patrol (and will send a glowing report about his performance to Coruscant). Naturally, the report will be lost in the bureaucracy.
| BenRG chapter 4 . 10/13/2013
Should be interesting to see what if any consequences the cloning has had on Ben's Force powers. The Prequel Trilogy implied it was genetic in a certain way but that was never made absolutely clear. The EU graphic novels were certain that Force abilities were clonable but they were mostly knocked into an AU the minute Phantom Menace came out.
| BenRG chapter 2 . 10/13/2013
One who is a servant of the Force and aspires for a quiet life is deluding only themselves.
| BenRG chapter 1 . 10/13/2013
The Force does not really do deception. It can hide the truth, but it cannot communicate falsehood. Therefore, why should Ben's guest not know who and what he really is? If the Force was guiding her perceptions in this moment of weakness, when the conscious senses, which normally drown out the Force's song, were failing, perhaps It revealed to her the truth.
It will be interesting to see what happens when her strength is restored and her mind is better able to process her environment so she's talking sense rather than flashbacks to her childhood.