Not_a_great_name



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    Why, exactly, did the Mandalorians decide whomever found a child was responsible for raising it?

    Din Djarin has his mission: to return the child to its people, even if its people are an enemy. He has his work cut out for him. The remnants of the Empire still hunt them, and the Jedi are nowhere to be seen. With the help of some unexpected allies, Din will strive to complete the duty he has to his Foundling and remember what it means to be a part of a family.

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    After escaping Gideon on Nevarro, Din and his foundling find their way back to the survivors of their tribe. But even within the safety of their home, the kid's powers present a challenge that tie into the other forces of their galaxy.

    A series of fics and oneshots telling the story of Din and Kuiil Djarin's clan of two.

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    26 Feb 2021

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    A connected series of fics that place Tatooine at the bright center of the universe, and focus in particular on the lives, beliefs, struggles, world views, and stories of the slave characters. In part an effort to reintroduce the issue of slavery as something central to the narrative and to the characters' conceptions of themselves, as well as an effort to prioritize the stories of non-Jedi, non-Core world characters.

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    25 Feb 2021

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    "Well, looks like we're all Sith Lords, now. I hope you've all been practicing your most menacing laughter for our first run in with the Jedi Council."

    Ben could only sigh and raise a distasteful eyebrow at the cross shaped, red lightsaber he was given. Down the line other students were also handling their new weapons and robes with a raised eyebrow here and quizzical expression there.

    "Really, uncle?"

    "Really. I don't want to compete with the local Jedi population."

    Why did Jedi politics and time travel have to be so difficult?

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