Standard Disclaimer - The characters and universe mainly belong to George Lucas. Something I know that we all are very sad about. However, I do claim this particular take on Revan and the events that happened next.


you don't remember me but i remember you

i lie awake and try so hard not to think of you

but who can decide what they dream?

and dream i do...

i believe in you

i'll give up everything just to find you

i have to be with you to live to breathe

you're taking over me

have you forgotten all i know

and all we had?

you saw me mourning my love for you

and touched my hand

i knew you loved me then

i believe in you

i'll give up everything just to find you

i have to be with you to live to breathe

you're taking over me

i look in the mirror and see your face

if i look deep enough

so many things inside that are just like you are taking over

-Taking Over Me


Stars wheeled.

On Manaan, two strangers spoke.

On Corescant, an Cathar Jedi furrowed her brow for the scent that the wind suddenly carried.

And on Korriban a dark haired woman swept in through stone halls. Lines of weariness had etched around her eyes, but her lips are set sternly. The genuflection she performs for the woman on her throne is graceful.

"My Master. I have done as you asked. Revan is no more."

"Good. Very good."

The dark haired woman does not look up. She waits, anticipation skittering over her skin. Patience.


"Come here, my Apprentice." The command finally comes.

Bastila does not bother to hide her smile as she hurries to the throne.

Alright. I should have left well enough alone. But the rules do state that no extra chapters just for author's notes. And I could not /not/ respond when people took the time to review. And, honestly, the lyrics were supposed to go with the epilogue anyway! So...

Arrow – Hopefully it fullfilled your sad and depressing as well as potentially hopeful cravings. Thank you so much for reviewing as much as you have. It really did help me keep going!

Prisoner 24601 – Thanks for reviewing! I had problems with that description of them both crying at first, I'm glad it worked out. And I hope that the epilogue lived up to what you'd expected :)

Renegade42 – I'm glad you like the fiction! Epilogue delivered, as per your request. :)

Firera - I appreciate the reviews! And yes, I agree about the ending being a little abrupt. I felt like going through the actual goodbyes or more deliberation would cut the pace too much, though. Wasn't sure how to balance it in time to keep up with the sudden return of my muse :) So... hopefully the epilogue balances it decent. Thanks for that honest feedback. Oh! And Dustil was killed on Korriban. Revan tried to stay out of the situation, so he died. And, Carth has finally come to terms with the realization that Dustil had some responsibility in his own death as well :)

Schally – You are more than welcome. Thank you for reading it! Been a long time getting finished, but finally done. :)

Tarasque – I really appreciate that you took the time to review as much as you did! And if you ever read the book version of 'Princess Bride' you might catch where I was pulling the ending from. Its a matter of the reader being able to find the ending that they want. Romantic, realist, cynic – the possibilities are there for all of them. And it had always caught me how the game kept going after Revan found out who she was. They allowed you to choose the 'I'm not Revan option' for a while, but they never let that option be an indication of Revan's self delusion. It was always Revan trying to lie. Which I thought was kind of interesting :) And it is a matter of opinion on whether this was the right choice for her or not.

And heaven knows how KOTOR II works into it! Poor Exile is going to be on her/his own! ;)

But again, thank you (to everyone who read it). The huge gap between start and finish kind of shows you how I'd lost a bit of inspiration for it. Thanks for letting me know that it was worth finishing and that you enjoyed it.