Author's Note: Years ago, when I read my first fanfiction, the idea for a Star Wars/ Harry Potter Crossover planted itself in my head. I wrote it down and stashed it away, only to find it years later in a junk drawer. I decided to dust it off and post it, even though I have no business posting a new story when Loveseat hasn't been updated in ages. (Loveseat readers, I'm sorry, but I have been working on it…I'm just stuck.) Anyway, here it is, for what it's worth.
Beyond the Veil
Chapter One: Crossover
It seemed to take Sirius an age to fall. His body curved in a graceful arch as he sank backward through the ragged veil.
Harry saw the look of mingled fear and surprise on his godfather's wasted once-handsome face as he fell through the ancient doorway and disappeared.
Without thinking, Harry threw himself through after Sirius. "Harry, no!" Remus shouted, but he was too late; they were gone.
Mace Windu's talks with Master Yoda were usually enlightening and relaxing, but this one was anything but. Wearily leaning on his cane, Yoda said very quietly," More is here than we can know. Clouded is the Force. Troubling it is." As soon as the words left his mouth, two men quite literally fell from the sky. Or at least the ceiling. They landed in a pile of tangled limbs at the Masters' feet. For a split second, a ragged black veil could be seen above them fluttering wildly, as if in a high wind. Then lightning-quick, it disappeared.
With Jedi reflexes, Mace and Yoda ignited their lightsabers. Within moments, they'd both come to the conclusion that there was little danger as both beings were unconscious, but alive Mace confirmed. They were both strangely dressed humanoids, wearing robes surprisingly similar to the dress of a Jedi. One appeared to be a teenager, the other middle-aged.
Master Windu turned and addressed Yoda with a raised brow. Although several questions were jockeying for position in his head, the first one he asked was, "What do we do with them?"
Yoda replied, calm and in control as ever," Take them to the Healers we will, then see what we can discover we shall."
Author's Note: So, what do you think? Worth continuing? I think I have chapter two lying around here somewhere… But if I don't get any positive feedback, I won't bother.