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23 Feb 2021
Obi-Wan Kenobi hates receiving medical treatment. But it goes beyond him just being stubborn... there's trauma under the surface. Thankfully, those around him are there to help.
Fandoms: Star Wars - All Media Types, Star Wars Prequel Trilogy, Star Wars: The Clone Wars (2008) - All Media Types, Star Wars Legends: Jedi Apprentice Series - Jude Watson & Dave Wolverton
23 Feb 2021
Contrary to what a certain head medic of the 212th might say, Obi-Wan Kenobi did not consider himself all that… duplicitous, when it came to personal medical information. He was perfectly forthcoming, he had thought. He had told them everything they needed to know.
...Had it subsequently been beaten into his head that no, he was not allowed to hide the fact that he had post-traumatic stress disorder from the medics of the GAR? Yes. He learned something new every day.
[Or, Obi-Wan gets some more help.]
- Part 2 of battle scars
Fandoms: Star Wars: The Clone Wars (2008) - All Media Types, Star Wars - All Media Types, Star Wars Prequel Trilogy, Star Wars: Clone Wars (2003) - All Media Types, Star Wars Legends: Jedi Apprentice Series - Jude Watson & Dave Wolverton
27 Jul 2020
If there was one thing Ahsoka knew about her grandmaster, it was that he hated medical treatment and those who gave it.
She just never knew why.
- Part 1 of battle scars
“Oh, no,” he says, crossing his arms in an eerie impression of Da. “No no no. We are not using poor Minette as a – a – what is the ridiculous English word –”
“A distraction,” says Bree.
“A scapegoat,” says Fergus, aggrieved.
In front of them, Minette bleats. Bree, dressed in a filched pair of Ian’s breeks and already muddy from the morning’s chores, raises a single ruddy eyebrow at her older brother.
“Will ye hate me for pointin’ out that she is, in fact, a goat?”
Claire and Jamie build their home and place and people, one chaotic day at a time.
- Part 11 of then she'll be a true love of mine
“I’m Frank!” Frank yells, pressing himself as close to the wall behind him as humanly possible with one arm immobilized and the rest of him tangled in starchy bedding. “Frank Randall! Please!”
From the other side of the door, there is the faint sound of birds chirping, as though everything going on in this cursed cabin is suspended in a reality far away from the real world of the outdoors. The assorted tangle of children is wide-eyed, mouthing silently at each other in total confusion.
Finally, the old man lowers his dirk half a centimeter, and says -- very slowly, as though barely able to believe it himself --
“... Claire’s … Frank?”
Claire Fraser tells some stories, fields an odd, recurring dream, and finally learns the true magic of the Stones.
- Part 9 of then she'll be a true love of mine