As Starkiller is beginning to fulfill his destiny, he is sooned pulled into another universe that was ruled by the Rebublic. Darth Vader's apprentice meets Anakin Skywalker's apprentice, Ahsoka Tano. Please not that I found it hard to get Starkiller into the Pre-Empire years, so bear with me as the transitions of time may be a bit messed.
Chapter 1: First Battle
Starkiller sensed that Vader was drawing his lightsaber, no doubt to strike him down. Instinctively, he dodged the deadly blade and quickly disarmed Vader. The sith lord, instead of retrieving his weapon, grabbed Starkiller with the force and thrashed him around the room, slamming him into walls. The Emperor encourages Vader further and Vader slammed Starkiller into the window, shattering the window. Starkiller fell through space. He was losing conscious, and there was nothing he could do about it. As he drifted away, he angrily questioned why his master would betray him now?
He faded away. As he drifted through space, a sudden swirl of energy appeared close by, rapidly pulling Starkiller into its depths. As he passed through, it suddenly vanished.
Coruscant 20 BBY
Ahsoka hid in the streets, trying to keep herself concealed. She now had a price on her head for something that she had not done. How could they not see that she didn't kill Letta? Of course, there was no sound and from the way she moved her hands in confusion, it looked like she was using the force. Nobody believed her, except Anakin. Although it was ok
Speaking of the force, Ahsoka suddenly felt a familiar feeling: the dark side of the force, and it was extremely strong. A sith on Coruscant? Why would a sith be here? She turned her head to the sky. She sensed it coming down from the sky. Something. No. Someone was falling.
I don't have time to ponder this mystery. I need to find out who is responsible for framing me. Then, I'll find out who this is.
Starkiller suddenly awoke. How long had he been out? He did not know, but as he saw a large city coming into view, he decided to put aside his questions and focus on landing. He noticed a ship coming into his path.
Good. Then, I'll find my way from there, wherever "here" is.
Forgetting his questions, Starkiller did a roll and landed on his feet. He rose and observed the city. It was massive. Skyscrapers covered much of the landscape. The city was bustling with ships. People and aliens lined the streets. Starkiller, on normal circumstances would feel nothing towards such observations, but thinking back to Vader, he thought about his betrayal. Now, all Starkiller wanted was some guidance, preferably not sith. Perhaps a Jedi resided in this city. If there was one, he would find it.
Starkiller jumped from the ship to another, slowly, but surely, making his way to the ground. When he reached the ground, he felt a force-sensitive user. He could sense her. She wasn't particularly powerful. She had much to learn. She must be a padwan or an apprentice. Although not particularly thrilled at his discovery, anything was better than nothing. He set out, in search of this person.
Ahsoka felt the presence stronger, but she tried hard not to focus on it. It was not the time to be dwelling on this while she was on the run. As she ran through the elevator, the police shot the controls.
The elevator descended abruptly. As she fought to keep herself on her feet, she noticed a child next to her. He was scared, unsure what to do.
"Don't worry, little guy. I'll get us out of this. I'll think of something."
Ahsoka looked up at the roof.
"Maybe if I can cut a hole through the roof."
She gripped the wall while activating her lightsaber. As she began cutting the hole, she failed to notice the child trying to tell her something. He was pointing to the control panel nearby, but she didn't hear him.
"Almost there. Almost there."
Ahsoka suddenly felt the elevator stop and she fell to the floor or the elevator. She turned to the child, who pointed to the control panel he had just pressed. She felt annoyed and embarrassed.
"I uh guess I'm not exactly on my game," Ahsoka said as she once again activated her lightsaber and began cutting a hole in the glass.
The glass fell and clattered to the street and she grabbed the child and leaped to the streets below. She put the child down, who ran to his mother.
Ahsoka watched. "Thanks kid. I owe you one." She then looked up to the sky for a moment, and then she covered her face with the hood from the cloak again.
There. She felt that same presence, now very close. Too close. It felt like it was right next to her. That thought made her turn around. The figure that stood behind her stood there, perfectly at ease.
He was a human male. He looked young. He didn't look that much older than her. He was wearing armor around his upper chest. His wrist also wore metal. He looked like he was dressed for battle. His hair was short. His eyes were brown. He was taller than her, but not by much. His face wore an expression of a lost traveler.
"I sense the force is strong within you."
She felt the force strong within him as well. It was the dark side of the force. She instinctively reached for her lightsaber. Before she could remove it from its sheath, he said, "Calm down. I need your help. I'm not going to kill you. I am…a Jedi that uses the powers of the dark side."
A Jedi that uses the powers of the dark side? How was that possible? Ahsoka looked at him. His expression looked genuine. There was no trace of hidden intentions. Although she still didn't trust him, he might be able to help her. She lowered her hand to her sides.
"I am Ahsoka, Padawan of Master Anakin Skywalker."
The Jedi was silent for a moment, before saying, "I am…Starkiller."
Starkiller. What an unusual name. Well, she could question that later.
"Well, Starkiller, if you want help, then you're going to have to do me a favor. I've been framed for something I didn't do. I'm on the run and I'm short on people I can trust. You're going to help me evade the clone patrols and help me find out who framed me. Maybe you can visit the Jedi Temple later."
After a moments consideration, he nodded his head. Ahsoka beckoned for him to follow her. As Ahsoka walked, she couldn't help but think that this guy was going to betray her, but he didn't appear to have any motives of such. Better give him a chance. You have few friends now and this guy was a Jedi, so she knew he could take care of himself.
Starkiller stopped to ponder what he had just done. He was following a padawan that was trying to evade capture? She couldn't match his power, not after what he had been through. And he told her he was a Jedi. That was a lie, but he remembered Vader betraying him, and it made him hate the sith. Those Jedi he fought before this accident were right. Vader did betray him. He decided that making friends with Jedi didn't seem so bad.
Well, I suppose I'll give the Jedi a chance after what Vader did to me. Perhaps I can learn something from them that a sith lord can't teach me.
Well, this was a winger. If you feel I should continue, the comment and/or suggest on how to make it better. Thanks.