Author has written 15 stories for Star Wars: The Clone Wars, and Star Wars.
*STAR WARS STORIES*
It has been nine years since Order 66. Nine years since operation Knightfall. Nine years since Anakin Skywalker turned to the Dark Side and became the monster that is Darth Vader.
But for nine years, she had been hidden from the Galaxy, her identity kept secret. Now, the spark has been brought forth. And with a spark, a small flame is born, soon rising into an inferno. And from those flames, a creature of power and beauty may be born.
Now, the spark has been struck. And secrets become reality, trust is shattered, and a child's world of innocence is turned upside down.
This is her story, from beginning to end. The story of how a child that wished to make a difference became much more than anything she had ever dreamed about.
Author's note: please do not use Jedi Master series as a precursor to Revival. All questions will be answered in the REVIVAL Series.
The series has been changed to REVIVAL. It is no longer The Rebirth Series, and follows along the pre-Rebels, Rebels, Original Trilogy timeline and up to pre-Jedi Massacre. Please read in order otherwise it'll make no sense.
Revival: Awakening Book 1: The Journey - Third person perspective.
On the planet of Alderaan, a little girl has terrible dreams. Nightmares of a monster seeking to kill her. For reasons she doesn't - CANNOT - know. Her Master reasons that they are just dreams. And shall pass in time. But when those she cares about becomes threatened, she will do anything to protect them. But the girl will soon realise... That nightmares can become reality.
Pre-Rebels. In order to prepare her for what will inevitably come, Dumaka and Ferus put Kiara through her paces and begin to shape the child into what she could become. Kiara continues to be plagued by the events on Alderaan - and Darth Vader is closing in.
Part 3: Divergence
Part 4: The Secret Keeper
Part 5: Waning Light
*CLONE WARS ERA*
The Jedi Master series: 12 books in total.
The following are the mantras of the Order of the Jedi and Sith.
There is no emotion, there is peace.
There is no ignorance, there is knowledge.
There is no passion, there is serenity.
There is no chaos, there is harmony.
There is no death, there is the Force.
Peace is a lie, there is only passion.
Through passion, I gain strength.
Through strength, I gain power.
Through power, I gain victory.
Through victory, my chains are broken.
The Force shall free me.
Last words of Star Wars
All of the favoured last words mentioned are in chronological order based on the movies and television shows. I'll also add famous last words from my own series and in chronological order as well.
Star Wars: The Phantom Menace.
Star Wars: Attack of the Clones.
Star Wars: The Clone Wars (television series).
Star Wars: Revenge of the Sith.
The Awakening: The Journey:
Star Wars: Rebels.
Star Wars: A New Hope.
Star Wars: Darth Vader series and others.
Star Wars: Empire strikes back.
Star Wars: Return of the Jedi.
Star Wars: The Force Awakens.
This is a list of the forums that I am participating within:
The Great Galactic Hub - Star Wars Forum. NOW CLOSED.
Star Wars: Shattered Galaxy - Administrator.
Favourite Characters/Fictional animals.
Blue the Velociraptor: Despite being an animal, as many people would comment, I feel that Blue has had the most development compared to many human characters I have seen in other films. She developed from being a "Wild" Velociraptor who has never known the outside world since she hatched and showed (in a way) what happens when you keep an intelligent animal within a place that is smaller than what they cover. True, Blue is fictional, but to me she demonstrates the current issues about having intelligent animals held in small cages that severely hindered her natural instincts and made to perform tricks for entertainment.
But as well as her intelligence, she demonstrated the resolve and determination and believed in one thing only: her pack's well being. For those who look hard enough, it is easy to see there is more to Blue than meets the eye (as well as all fictional and real animals). She turned on her trainers - those she had known her whole life - and INGEN as a result of the Indominus Rex but redeemed herself when the same animal commanded her to attack a man she considered her "father".
And at the end of it all, she ended up failing to protect her own - but succeeded in protecting those who, despite not being like her, she considered her family.
Indominus Rex: The Indominus Rex is the perfect example of what happened when you cross breed two dangerous and intelligent species for profit.
The Indominus Rex was lonely, misunderstood and people were just too afraid of her just by how she looked and misunderstanding. She drove herself insane being constricted in a small paddock, abused and alone with nothing to keep her entertained (like the raptors who had daily chases via a pig) or anyone to give her company. I feel sorry for her and it was heartbreaking to realise she had driven herself to insanity: she was lonely.
That is why she's one of my favourite characters. The Indominus Rex reflects what happens to many animals and humans a like on this planet.
Owen Grady: Because he's Chris Pratt. Enough said and I love the guy in the film. He's funny, energetic yet has a strong sense of duty and emotional awareness and knew what Jurassic World was doing was sorta wrong. He disliked the way Claire and others saw them as nothing more than numbers and objects and opened their eyes to show that they were all living animals that had a need and necessity.
He imprinted on his raptors and raised them, and they saw him as their Alpha. And at the end was the defining moment for Owen as when he shook his head at Blue, he knew that it was time to part ways.
It just wouldn't be the same without the others and he knew it was time to say goodbye and let Blue go.
Rexy the Tyrannosaurus Rex: Come on, it's the original Tyrannosaurus Rex! How brilliant was she in JP 1? And she continued being awesome in Jurassic World and put aside her hatred of raptors to let Blue go. She could have so easily killed Blue but she didn't. She walked away because she knew that enough had happened.
Claire Dearing: Like that of Blue, Clair Dearing had a lot of character development throughout the entirety of Jurassic World. She turned from a business woman who cared more for profits and viewed the dinosaurs as nothing more than assets to a caring and more open minded woman. She changed from the moment she saw the Apatosaurus slaughter by the Indominus Rex, seeing the dead Apatosaurus as not figures on a book but a living creature with emotions and a soul.
However, I did find her annoying at some points. But despite this, her plan to free Rexy the Tyrannosaurus Rex to even the odds against the Indominus was perhaps a redeeming factor for her.
When I first watched the Clone Wars film and saw Ahsoka Tano for the first time, I was hesitant in accepting her. Mainly because Star Wars is usually focused around a Trio of characters (Anakin, Padme and Obi-Wan; Luke, Leia and Han; Rey, Finn and Poe) as their main characters with supporting characters. Having a brand new character appear and become part of the "Big Three" was a bit daunting.
But gradually, as with everyone else, I warmed up to her. Whereas Anakin and the others already had set character personalities and little need for broad development (albeit Anakin's was gradually done to show his turn to the Dark Side), Ahsoka developed throughout each season she was in. I ended up loving the character by the third season of Clone Wars and the finale demonstrated a softer and more fragile state when she witnessed the death of Kalifa. Despite having such a demanding and reckless Master, Ahsoka showed the kindness and vulnerability that is her own rather than have a female version of Anakin Skywalker.
As we moved into season 5 and the trailer for the finale was broadcasted, I immediately knew there and then that we were about to enter a darker time for Ahsoka. We all had our suspicions that something horrific would have fallen onto Ahsoka as a result of Operation Knightfall (EU)/Order 66 due to her obvious absence in Return of the Sith. As the episode began, The Jedi who knew too much, I knew that this was it.
This was going to be the final story for Ahsoka Tano.
By the end of The Wrong Jedi, I was openly crying my eyes out. Mainly because I had grown so attached to the character. But a part of me was relieved that Ahsoka didn't die, yet I was still questioning her fate during Order 66.
When Rebels began, I refused to watch the show. But when a friend of mine told me that Ahsoka Tano had made an appearance, I was immediately there to find the clip. And true enough, for one brief moment, Ahsoka made an appearance to expel some wisdom and reason towards the Ghost crew. Grudgingly, I sat down to watch Rebels, and I could see the obvious differences between Clone Wars and Rebels. But I won't go into those details because I am sure we all known what they are.
When Ahsoka found out that Vader was her former Master, I was already aware that a showdown was on the way. But I was disappointed in Ahsoka's portrayal throughout the Rebels Season 2. We barely got enough screen time for Ahsoka, and it was mainly for her either discovering something important, saving the Ghost crew, dispelling some wisdom or just to be there in the back ground with little or no purpose. True, the show is about the next generation but to have such an influential character that had become an integral part of the Star Wars universe nothing more than a shape in the background is... disappointing. A new generation of Star Wars fans grew up with Ahsoka Tano as a character and seeing her used as a stand-in was a bit... off putting. Especially for me, when the potential for her to be so much more was there in front of us. Sometimes, Ahsoka was just there to move the plot along from a stand-in episode towards something else, which disappointed me.
But in the brief time we actually had a proper few moments of Ahsoka, we saw she had grown further during the fifteen years she had disappeared. Ahsoka had grown in power and strength, putting aside her younger personality and becoming a strong female character that was shared with other female characters such as Leia Organa. There were times when I cringed at her characterisation, but I just went with it.
With the season 2 finale, Twilight of the apprentice, I was one of a few who cried their eyes out at the end. Mainly because Ahsoka Tano's impact on everyone was integral and she had helped to inspire a new generation of Star Wars fans, but also... it was the end of an era. Ahsoka Tano was gone, and if she is alive, this was no doubt the last time we would actually see her.
I hope she does return some time in the future, but personally... I hope it was in a better light than what Rebels portrayed her as. True, Rebels is all about a new generation of Heroes but there was so much that could still be done with Ahsoka and there are so many questions still left unanswered. I hope those questions are answered in the new Ahsoka novel that is coming out in September (if they haven't changed the date), and that we see Ahsoka Tano in a greater light and role.
The Big Bang Theory: Raj Koothrappali; Bernadette Rostenkowski-Wolowitz; Penny; Sheldon Cooper.
Doctor Who (including past and present companions/Doctors): 12th Doctor; Martha Jones; "Missy" (female Master); 11th Doctor; 9th Doctor.
Because of the recent thieving on Deviantart and Fanfiction.net, I want to make this absolutely clear...
Do NOT use my OCs in ANY way WITHOUT my permission. Some of my characters I am willing to allow short term use but ASK ME FIRST. Other characters are COMPLETELY OUT OF BOUNDS.