Author has written 14 stories for Star Wars, Merlin, and Sherlock.
Hi, everyone! My name is Yesac, and I enjoy reading and writing fanfiction (obviously, since I'm on this site). As of yet, my only posted stories are in the Star Wars fandom, but lately I've been trying my hand with a few other fandoms as well. If you're interested in knowing what characters/fandoms/pairings I enjoy, as well as what stories I'm currently working on, check that out below:
FYI: I don't enjoy slash, so no pairings I'm listing below fall into that category. Actually, "pairing" really just refers to two characters that I enjoy seeing interact. Also, "favorite characters" just means the characters I find interesting--doesn't mean I actually like them (although it's possible that I do). I may just love to hate them or, better yet, enjoy writing them, because who doesn't love trying to portray the psyche of a multi-faceted, complicated villain? Or a conflicted hero... a tragic hero... a character with an enormous amount of responsibility on their shoulders... a character trying to make an impossible decision... All of the above sound fun to me. And what I really love? When someone else writes those things better than I ever could and I can just sit back and admire that skill. So, go write. Seriously. Spread the fanfiction happiness.
Obi-Wan, Anakin, Padme, Han, Luke, Leia, Palpatine, Dooku
Luke/Leia sibling relationship (and not in the sense of that moment in the Empire Strikes Back)
Arthur, Merlin, Morgana, Gaius, Gwaine, Lancelot, Leon, Hunith, Balinor, Nimueh, Morgause, Mordred
Merlin/Gaius mentor/parental sort of relationship
Merlin/Hunith parental relationship
Gwaine/anyone, because the man is ridiculous
Booth, Brennan, Angela, Hodgins, Zach, Sweets, Cam, Max, Russ
Works In Progress:
A/N: These are rough summaries that will probably change. The plots are pretty well set, though. Also, most of these stories don't have names yet (and if they do, they might change).
Same River Twice: After ROTS, Vader is charged with the training of two child-clones. Unfortunately, their identities may make that a bit difficult for him to do--after all, no one likes training a younger version of themselves... or the man to whom they owe their current inability to live without a life-support suit.
No Mercy: A few years after Obi-Wan is apprenticed to Qui-Gon, Count Dooku makes a reappearance in Qui-Gon's life. The results aren't good: he's pulled down along with Dooku, and when they find the Chosen One far earlier than expected, Obi-Wan finds himself fleeing his former master while protecting/raising that child of prophecy. Prophecy or not, though, Anakin is still Anakin--raising him is no easy task. Of course, having been forced by Qui-Gon to leave the Jedi, Obi-Wan doesn't have quite the same views on attachment. That may or may not be useful, considering that Qui-Gon is still looking for him--and, along with Dooku, inciting political instability in the meantime. Also, Queen Amidala factors in, though not nearly in the same way as she did in TPM.
Untitled: Anakin is missing, presumed dead. Padme has had the babies... but she's not exactly herself. At all. In fact, one could question her mental state too some degree. Bail Organa is a convenient source of comfort, even if maybe he shouldn't be. And Obi-Wan--he knows more than he's telling, not that telling any of it would help Anakin. Of course, he's doing his best at that anyway in the only ways he still can: with the twins. And Anakin? He shouldn't be written off quite yet.
Untitled: Emperor of the galaxy, Palpatine, overthrew the Jedi Order and (for the most part) the Republic ten years before the Phantom Menace ever took place. Now, years later, Padme Amidala is engaged by order of the emperor to marry a twenty-three year old Anakin Skywalker, Palpatine's son. Oddly, though, Padme finds that Skywalker doesn't seem quite like his father--and Obi-Wan seems to have a strange amount of influence with Anakin, given the situation that he's found himself in since the fall of the Order (and it's not a good one). Satine might be able to explain Obi-Wan's situation competently, however, given that she and Obi-Wan are married. Padme may just have to ask--and possibly find out more about what shaped Skywalker than she ever thought she wanted to know.
Untitled: Padme wakes up to find herself married to Anakin--and discovers she's the mother of one four-year-old child. The problem? She has no memory of any of it--and her child seems to have mental qualities that she can't imagine any child ever possessing. Though, when she begins having flashbacks, that could be the least of her worries: her entire world may be the opposite of everything she thinks it is... and neither Anakin nor that child may be who she's been led to believe they are. In fact, that child may not entirely be a child at all... and Anakin--he might not be "Anakin" anymore either.
Untitled: Merlin finds a way to save his father. Unfortunately, Arthur witnesses it, resulting in some interesting consequences. With Balinor alive, however, they're still able to travel to Camelot and stop the dragon's attack--without Merlin ever inheriting his father's powers. Unfortunately, just because Uther called for Balinor doesn't mean he's safe in Camelot: once he's banished the dragon, Uther orders his arrest and execution. Merlin is determined to prevent that. Of course, that might be easier if the price of Balinor's escape wasn't Merlin's death--because Arthur isn't ready to let that price be paid, no matter what Merlin might want.
A/N: With any luck, some of these will get posted in the near future. At the moment, I'm having trouble sticking to any one of them, meaning that I'm skipping back and forth between stories, depending on what sort of plot I feel like writing at the given time. As a result I basically have about five stories over fifty pages, two over one hundred... and a lot of little WIPS. *sigh*