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SW: Father-Daughter Time-22 BBY, Tipoca City, Kamino-SW: Father-Daughter Time by commanderfett
Layla Yissin stood on the balcony, watching the hundreds of clone troopers train for war. It amazed her how all of them were copies of her father, and yet, most of them would probably never know her. But she knew they would do their jobs well if they were anything like Jango himself.
A hand on her head startled her. "Are you impressed?" asked Jango.
She nodded excitedly. "Yes! It's amazing how the Kaminoans made all of them. Of course, you helped, but..."
"I know what you mean." He stroked her long, thick black hair as she watched the training.
She looked a lot like him. Of course, she wasn't a clone like Boba, so she didn't look exactly like him, but she had most of his features: mouth, hair, eyes, brow, jaw. She'd only inherited Jessica's cheekbones and forehead.
It amazed him how much she already admired and loved him, when they had only known each other for not even a full day.
In The BeginningIN THE BEGINNING.....In The Beginning by lordhadrian
Balance has begun
with the rising Sun
Twin Tailed Comet
Announces the Chosen One.
One out of the Two
Evil's Sun meets Daughter Moon
Sith rule in Might
Jedi flee in Plight
Yet the One from Two
will balance bring
Secret Daughter and The Son will sing.
All the galaxy, at the edge of Night,
Yet by Rule of Two, will all be made right.
~ PROPHECY of the Chosen One, The Will of the Force.
A Tremor in the Force. That was how it began. That was the beginning of a journey that would take the galaxy to greater Heights than it had ever known, and cause it so slip deeper into darkness than ever before.
It was a herald to great deeds and misguided actions, Romances and tragedies.
The tremor made itself known to two groups, thus beginning a race against time over a decade.....to find the Chosen One of Prophecy.
Yoda had awakened with a start. He slowly rose from his small bed and exited his chambers. Dawn was approaching a new day, the oran
Jessica Yissin's Tale Chapter 6-Zasi's homestead, Keldabe, Mandalore-Jessica Yissin's Tale Chapter 6 by commanderfett
Jessica stood outside the guest room, watching Jango shine his armor. She folded her arms and smiled, "So it's back to business tomorrow?"
He shrugged. "Yeah, unless I'm needed here."
She licked her lips. "Bei tells me you're the best bounty hunter in the galaxy."
"A lot of people say that."
"How'd you get so good?"
"I figured. Am I bothering you?"
"Only a bit."
Jessica decided to push her luck a bit further. She walked in and sat next to him. "Bei also told me you hate the Jedi. Why?"
He stopped shining his armor and turned to face her. "Ever heard of the Battle of Galidraan?"
She thought about it. "I've heard about it in passing, but not that much."
"I figured, what with you being an ex-Jedi and living on Coruscant."
"What's that got to do with it?"
He leaned forward, and Jessica sensed growing anger and pain rising within him. "I'll tell you about Galidraan. The gov
Jessica Yissin's Tale Chapter 5-Bei Kavi's homestead, Keldabe, Mandalore-Jessica Yissin's Tale Chapter 5 by commanderfett
"Haar'chak, Jessica!" Bei exclaimed teasingly. "Your beskar'gam is already scratched up!"
She playfully punched Jessica's arm, and the redhead laughed, "Well, you have put Jeen and I through some intensive training!" Her orange armor was only a few weeks old, but looked like it had already seen a few battles.
Bei added, "I know, but you two had to learn to fight eventually. All Mando'ade must be ready to fight and defend at any moment."
Jeen came in, sweaty and donning her dark yellow armor; it was as banged-up as Jessica's. "I think I'm going to be too exhausted to do that."
Bei and Jessica laughed, and Jeen mustered a grin. The blonde woman spoke up, "Before we go over to Zasi's later tonight, you should know the Manda'lor is staying over there while his ship's being repaired."
Jessica flushed slightly. "How long?"
"Oh, shouldn't be more than a day. Just long enough for you to make a good impression