Fic: Together - (sequeal to I Found You)

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  1. Keyla_Kenobi Jedi Youngling

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    Title: Together
    Author: Keyla Kenobi - (changed my e-mail adress.
    The other one is completely dead! Don't know what happend)
    Rating: I don't really know, I think it would be better to say that it's
    Archive: Sure, just e-mail me!
    Disclaimer: The boys belong to George Lucas, I don't make money with this,
    I just use them for the MUSH!
    Warning: There is a loving and parental relationship between Obi and Qui,
    there is no slash so if you don't like that, don't read any further.
    Summary: this is 'I Found You' sequeal. Qui is taking Obi as his Padawan
    Beta-Read by Aida (The best Beta-reader!!!! Thanx!!)
    / personal thoughts / // metal link //
    Authors note: this would be half an AU, cuz it's no the way is described
    on JA books, but it has parts from them.
    Check out also my other fic if you want:
    Grumpy Tummy, A very Important Prescene In My Life, A Rainy Day, Fear,
    Teaching and Learning and I Found You.



    "Why you have to go?" a small, sad voice asked, breaking the night's silence
    of the Creche sleeping quarters.

    "I need to, little one. I have to go on a very long mission."

    Thin light strands filtered through the many gaps of the slotted windows,
    enabling Qui-Gon to see the large and sorrowful blue eyes. He realized that
    there was no way he was going to deceive the boy; the child knew that he was
    lying. Obi-Wan *knew* that Qui-Gon was not planning to return from this
    mission. He saw the small child?s chin quivering as he turned away from
    Qui-Gon. The Master bent down and gently brushed a silent tear running down a
    soft, chubby cheek. "Don't cry, Obi-Wan. We'll see each other again."

    Another lie. Qui-Gon had no guarantee that he would ever return to the
    Temple, but he needed to reassure the little boy?s sad and aching soul.

    "I sowwy...," Obi-Wan said miserably.

    Qui-Gon froze. "Sorry? Sorry, for what, little one?"

    "You are' leavin', an' it's my fou't," the small six-year-old whispered in a
    strangled voice.

    "No!" he said quickly, as he kneeled and placed both his hands on the small
    shoulders. "No, it's not your fault, Obi-Wan!"

    "Then why are you leavin'?" the pleading innocent eyes met the elder Jedi's,
    searching for an answer.

    Qui-Gon was once again at a loss for words. He didn?t have an answer. Why was
    he leaving? It sounded so logical when he first thought about it. But now,
    facing the child, this child who had in such a short time had become the most
    important person in his life, his reason for leaving sounded like the most
    stupid excuse in the whole damn galaxy! But, as it was, Qui-Gon was unable to

    Obi-Wan kept staring into Qui-Gon's eyes, desperately looking for an answer.
    But he was unable to read anything written in Quigee's eyes, and he was
    unable to feel anything through their bond. He didn't want Quigee to go and
    leave him alone! He had already lost his Mom, he didn't want to lose...his

    Qui-Gon took a very deep breath and finally spoke. "It's hard to explain,
    Obi-Wan, but I need to go." The situation was tearing the Master's soul
    apart. He really needed to get out of there. He was about to say good-bye
    and leave as quickly as possible, when Obi-Wan turned and began searching for
    something under the blankets. When the boy found what he was searching for,
    he quickly turned and presented it to Qui-Gon. The elder Jedi hesitated a
    moment before taking the item from the small outstretched hands. He looked
    at it carefully, then at Obi-Wan. Surprise was clearly written in his deep
    blue eyes.

    "He's good company if you fil' lonely," Obi-Wan answered, sniffling at the
    unspoken question.

    Qui-Gon struggled for words. Obi-Wan had just given him his favorite bear,

    Obi-Wan looked up solemnly at the Jedi Master. "Bu' he's af'aid of dark, so
    at nite you have to keep 'im close to you,? the boy's small hands stroked the
    bear as he finished.

    Qui-Gon nervously cleared his throat and said huskily, "B-but, aren't you
    going to miss him?"

    Obi-Wan shook his hea
  2. jodiwent Jedi Master

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    Feb 11, 2000
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    So, is Obi going to figure it out???
  3. LadyVorgunby Jedi Youngling

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    Sep 2, 2000
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    come on obi, you can make the connection, I know you can...but do we want him to? Of course we do (at least I do, I an angst-aholic)!

    Can't wait for more Keyla!
  4. Jane Jinn Jedi Knight

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    Keyla, that was wonderful! I was almost crying, too, when little Obi-Wan handed over his precious bear Blarto, trusting completely that Qui-Gon would need it more than he would, and would also take care of it. And wow, the way that Qui-Gon still retained the tiny bit of bonding that enabled him to hear Obi-Wan's almost silent distress cry. Boy, those Padawans really hurt him, didn't they? They should be kicked out of the Temple! I liked Obi-Wan's surprise when he found out that this was Qui-Gon Jinn and that he wasn't a bit like rumour made him. In the next part that is hopefully coming soon, will Obi-Wan remember what happened seven years ago? Will Qui-Gon still have the bear? I'm really looking forward to reading the continuation!
  5. Senni_Arava Jedi Youngling

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  6. Cate Jedi Youngling

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    Jan 27, 2001
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    I love this! Lil' Obi-Wan stories are so cute!

    So, are we going to find out why Qui-Gon had to leave Obi-Wan to take care of him, and what mission would last seven years?
  7. Keyla_Kenobi Jedi Youngling

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    Okey, here's the ending! Thanks for the great feedback!


    As the door closed, Obi-Wan gasped as if someone had tried to steal the air
    away from him. He quickly opened his eyes and found himself completely alone.
    The young man let escape a sad sigh, he had hoped that Master Qui-Gon would
    stay with him a little longer. At least that's what he hoped.

    Suddenly, he felt Master Jinn's presence nearby, very close and very clearly.
    Obi-Wan brow furrowed in a frown. Was that possible? Without realizing what
    he was doing, he pulled back the covers and carefully slid off the bed. He
    quickly regretted doing so as the whole room suddenly began spinning around
    him. Obi-Wan slumped against the bed as he tightly closed his eyes as he
    began taking shallow breaths to control a sudden feeling of creeping nausea.
    He hesitated for a long moment before finding his balance. His left leg was
    not obeying him, and any weight that he placed on it began sending sharp
    waves of pain, making him even more dizzy.

    He decided to limp his way out, slowly acquiring a firm handhold against the
    walls. He stopped, raised his head, and slowly opened one eye to see if
    everything was in it's normal place. He was relieved to find that the floor
    was where it was supposed to be. He tried again and stood firmly on his good
    foot, gently this time. He began limping towards the door, using the bed as
    support. When he reached the door, he stopped. What in the seven hells was he
    doing?! He was barely able to remain standing, and he was about to follow
    Master Qui-Gon through the Temple? He should be in bed resting! If the
    Healers realized that he had literally 'escaped', they were going to be
    furious. And he already had the fight problem on his hands, and he was
    looking for another one? But something inside him told him to continue, to go
    and find Master Qui-Gon. So he opened the door and, stretching his tired
    senses, traced Qui-Gon's presence.

    *** *** *** *** *** ***

    Master Skyla Lo'Tren was engrossed in her work. There where hundreds of
    papers on her office desk, along with books, folders, cups of coffee,
    aspirins. She was very busy, so busy that she failed to notice a tall
    imposing figure standing patiently by her door. Skyla only took notice of the
    visitor when she heard a slight knock.

    "Come in," she said, without looking up from her papers.

    The tall frame stepped inside and stood in front of her desk. She finally
    looked up, wearing a cordial smile that fade instantly when she recognized
    who was actually standing in front of her.

    "It has been a long time, Skyla."

    "Qui-Gon!" she whispered in complete shock, as the pen fell from her hand.

    Qui-Gon control a small smile that curled on the side of his mouth as he
    realized that she was having the same reaction that Obi-Wan had minutes ago.

    Skyla pulled herself out of her shock. "Yes," she replied as she picked up
    her forgotten pen and got back to her work, "It's been quite a long time.
    Seven years to be exact."

    Noting the icy tone in her voice, Qui-Gon could easily tell that she was not
    very happy.

    "May I sit down for a minute?" he asked gently, knowing that if Skyla was
    mad, then he would have to be careful.

    "Sure," she answered indifferent.

    A paused, and then spoke, "I would like to talk with you."

    Even a non-Jedi would have noticed how her fingers tightened around the pen.
    "About?" she inquired in an even voice. Her eyes refusing to meet Qui-Gon's.

    He took a deep breath. /Okay, this is it,/ "Obi-Wan." came the firm answer.

    Skyla's head shot up as she heard the boy's name, fires blazing in both her
    dark eyes.

    "What?" she asked as calmly as she could, even though her voice had acquired
    a threatening tone.

    "I want to talk with you, about Obi-Wan. I..."

    "Do you realized what you just said?" she interrupted him, "You want to talk
    about Obi-Wan?!" Skyla lost her small hold she had of her patience.

    Qui-Gon lowered his eyes. He couldn't say anything, Skyla was within her
    rights, to be angry at him af
  8. p_stotts Jedi Master

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    Jan 21, 2001
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    Beautiful! Simply, beautiful!
  9. Keyla_Kenobi Jedi Youngling

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    May 24, 2000
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    thanks! I wasn't going to post today but I just couldn't wait any longer...I guess I'm not evil enough.... :)
  10. Mistress_Renata Manager Emeritus

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    Okay, I'm not a big fan of mush, but I admit I enjoyed this! Well done, KK!
  11. LadyVorgunby Jedi Youngling

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    Sep 2, 2000
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    Yay Keyla! Thanks for posting it all!
  12. Keyla_Kenobi Jedi Youngling

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    May 24, 2000
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  13. Jane Jinn Jedi Knight

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    Jan 12, 2000
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    Aww, that was so sweet! I liked how Healer Skyla was so protective of Obi-Wan, and how she also knew when enough was enough. Really heart-warming stuff here. It was great how Qui-Gon told Obi-Wan "if you want to laugh, I'll laugh with you". Great job!
  14. Arctic_Wolf Jedi Youngling

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    Aug 19, 2000
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    I love fics like this one! Kinda thought the bear would have made an appearance in the last part but oh well, it was good w/o it! Keep it up Keyla.

    Arctic Wolf
  15. Keyla_Kenobi Jedi Youngling

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    May 24, 2000
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    thanks! I was gonna add the bear at the end, but it appears in An Important Presence in My Life, so I couldn't...
    anyway thanks again!
  16. Jedi_Knight_Rane Jedi Youngling

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    Feb 19, 2001
  17. Knight_Maria Jedi Youngling

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    Jan 4, 2001
    star 3
    This story was aboslutly WONDERFUL!!!

    Wow. But...didn't you mention in another one of these that part in the JA books where Obi-Wan was going to blow himself up to save the people in the mine? Maybe not, but I thought you did.

    But this was great!

    Waiting for another story in this set! *Grin*

  18. Keyla_Kenobi Jedi Youngling

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    May 24, 2000
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    blow Obi-Wan up? no, I guess wasn't me...

  19. Keyla_Kenobi Jedi Youngling

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  20. Keyla_Kenobi Jedi Youngling

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  21. Arctic_Wolf Jedi Youngling

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    I will up this also!

    Please everyone read The Jedi Warrior Bond Series, its going to get better as time goes by.

    -Arctic Wolf
  22. DarkSithLady Jedi Youngling

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    Feb 24, 2001
    sigh *wipes tears from her eyes* that was truely great even for a sith i loved that story. obi-wan is sooooooo lucky. :) congratulations!
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