Ring of Fire - The Final Story in Anakin's Saga - Author's final replies and goodbyes 2/23

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  1. Indra Force Ghost

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    Wonderful post again. Obi-Wan's outburst is so very understandable and I can almost see the Council-members desire to join in, while they know that they can't allow their disapproval of the current Republic to show, because then hope would really be lost. Interesting how they seem to plot against Palpatine. But if they do, I wonder why Obi-Wan still seems to think they're fighting for the Republic while he surely must realise that it's only a facade which they can't let down if they want to reach something trough the senators willing to fight against the chancellor. Or maybe he just can't take it anymore and it's only emotion that is showing through here, even as he knows the reasons in his head. We will see.

    I love the reference to Yoda's remark from AOTC as well as Obi-Wan's description of the Ceremony of Invasion. Makes it all seem very realistic. Very well handled again. :)
  2. Lando_Plenty Jedi Knight

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    I?m just wondering? if we didn?t all know Anakin?s trajectory, would his behavior seem as ominous? Or would he merely seem like a self-important, overconfident brat?

    Heh, tough question. But the fact that he is the Chosen One and has so much power, throws an omen over his whole story, IMO. He's like a kid with a bazooka. Sure, it wouldn't seem as ominous, but he's not exactly a brat either because we can get into his head and his character..his p.o.v. You handle his fall very gradually. There's so much room for development in a fic. Can't say the same with the films, though.

    The last post: This post makes an important point...Jedi aren't made for war, and Palpy knows exactly what he's doing. War is a terrible thing, with meaningless death and casualty all around. You'd think the Jedi, as compassionate as they are, would be the least suited for the job. Anyway, I like the scheming by Bail and the Jedi. Now, here's something they're actually doing right. I must ask, will we see as much politics/politicians in this story as in Singular Touch of Grace? I loved that aspect of the fic; it reminded me of a great book I read based on the Roman Empire (it was titled The Light Bearer ).
  3. Darth_Lex Force Ghost

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    ?Calm yourself, Obi-Wan,? Adi Gallia had ordered sternly. ?Your outburst is not helpful.?
    Rubbed off on Obi-Wan, ten years with Anakin has. ;)

    Very interesting chapter. I particularly enjoyed the way you explored the effect of the war on the Jedi, as an Order and as individuals. Even on the Council it seems that the stresses of the conflict are having an effect. [face_worried] It is easy to see why this attempt to reconcile Jedi duty and the brutality of war is doomed to failure.

    Good to see the proto-Rebellion in full swing. At least I don?t have to worry about Bail meeting an untimely demise in this story. :D
  4. geo3 Force Ghost

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    Thanks, everyone, for your interesting and thoughtful comments!



    stacysatrip Interesting post. It's nice to see Obi-Wan let go a bit.

    When you think about what he has just been through ? it hasn?t been that long since the events at the end of WOC after all, and Obi has been going non-stop since ? it seemed to me that even an experienced Jedi might lose it once in a while... :p

    However, it's interesting (unless I am misreading) that the Jedi continue to vow allegiance to the Republic while trying to stoke the embers of a revolt against Palpatine. Maybe to them, that's the most loyal thing they could do....

    I think you?re right ? the Jedi began by upholding the Republic and the ideals for which it stood, but the more corrupt they see it become, the more it has placed them in the position of having to decide where their loyalties should lie, based on their deepest values. They are truly caught between that proverbial ?rock and hard place? at the moment.

    VaderLVR64 Wonderful! What more can I say. The fascinating transformation of a gifted young Jedi into an evil Sith is being handled flawlessly. I love your interpretation of Obi-Wan, a very accurate one I believe!

    Thank you! And I?m glad that you agree that even Kenobi can lose it now and then, given enough stress. But we can be sure that he will never let it go too far?

    Go, Obi! Sorry, just had to do that!

    HeeHee! I?m with you there.

    Jazz_Skywalker I like how your Obi-Wan wears his emotions on his sleeve more than in Episodes One and Two. It makes him seem more human.

    I think he always has been. It?s just that the circumstances are becoming so extreme that even his famous equanimity shows cracks now and then.

    Awesome chapter!

    Thank you!

    GunraysLawyer This is just so interesting as it covers something that I am dealing with from a different perspective in an on-going series of works (TAF, SL&B, et al.). That is the fact that the Jedi are totally unprepared psychologically for warfare? the Jedi are really not Philosophically flexible enough to have 'true-believing' members of the Order survive unbroken by what they are being asked to do. Kenobi's outburst could be viewed as either the first stages of a breakdown or as venting to prevent one.

    Oh, I agree with you completely. I think it was made quite clear in AOTC, and, given their spiritual/philosophical stance as revealed here and there in the Saga films, I certainly think that the Jedi are ill-suited for an activity that is based on two values that they eschew: glory and cruelty (as you put it so succinctly.) As for Obi-Wan, I don?t see his breakdown as being complete ? I see it as temporary, the cumulative result of having to act in ways that are complete anathema to him.

    nya bi Wan totally rocks in this part! He is absolutely right. The Jedi are fighting for a cause that is becoming shadier and shadier. The Republic appears more like an imperial occupation force than one that is trying to restore peace and justice. That's something that the canon Padmé begins to realize as well. His rant is completely understandable. If only the Jedi would wake up.

    I think the Jedi are waking up. I think that is part of their suffering at this point. In the universe of these stories, I have it that they already suspect quite strongly that things are not what they seem and that the cause for which they fight has betrayed them. The tragedy, of course, is that there is precious little they can do about it.

    LadyZGreat post! Great characterization!

    Thank you!

    I'm sorry, I can't help disliking the "oh, so great" Jedi Council... even if they can project some real sympathy from time to time. Just sitting there... giving so called wise decisions... always very clever "afterwards"...

    Oh, I think they are not so full of themselves right now. They are struggling with insurmountable problems.

    Ok, I'll try not to turn to the Dark Side...

    Oh
  5. anakin_girl Jedi Grand Master

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    I saw on A Larger World that you had a sequel up to Winds of Change. I'm sorry I didn't get over here sooner. :( Like Lothi, I only come over here these days for your stories, and Breezy's. I'm caught up on this one now and your writing is wonderful, as usual. :)

    Intro and Chapter 1

    Hmmm?interesting symbolism regarding the firestones. I like it.

    So Anakin used less than orthodox methods to rescue Bail from assassins. Why am I not surprised? :p And at this point he?s still shaking from what happened to Padmé at the end of ?Winds of Change?. It almost seems like Anakin knows, somewhere inside, that he?s made a deal with the devil?and it frightens him.

    I thought it was interesting about the pirates disguising themselves as Republic ships and plundering Separatist ships. Sounds like something Palpatine would set up. [face_thinking]

    Chapter 2:

    You can feel, between Padmé?s thoughts and Bail?s conversation with Anakin, that the Republic is crumbling fast?and you can feel the grief of those who are powerless to stop it. :_| And poor Padmé?unable to talk to her husband, and surrounded by people who don?t trust him, so she can?t even talk to anyone about him.

    I love how loyal her handmaidens are to her?she?s lucky to have such a group of friends.

    ?Who would have imagined that Jedi Padawans could cause so much trouble?? LOL at Sabé. [face_laugh]

    So they?re thinking of hiring Dellia again?hmmm? [face_thinking]

    Chapter 3:

    I like Obi-Wan?s description of the Star Destroyer dying slowly, and how it connects with what?s happening with the Republic. Very poignant and very sad.

    And Mace assigning Obi-Wan a partner?I?m interested in seeing how this plays out and what kind of assignment they get.

    I kind of feel sorry for that Captain, feeling usurped by Anakin and forced to follow practices he considers unorthodox as well. Very typical of Anakin not to want to wait around and see what happens though, or follow the rules when he believes a loved one might be in danger.

    Then the session with Obi-Wan and the Council members?

    ?Not in the nature of a Jedi it is, to be a soldier. Your compassion does you credit.?

    How very true, and how sad. And you know the Republic is dead, the ?dark times? have come, when Obi-Wan is calling it ?corrupt and merciless?. :(

    Great job my friend--I look forward to more. :)

    (EDITED to fix the link to ALW.)
  6. geo3 Force Ghost

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    anakin_girl I only come over here these days for your stories, and Breezy's.

    a_g!!!! Welcome back! I'm really flattered.

    So Anakin used less than orthodox methods to rescue Bail from assassins. Why am I not surprised? And at this point he?s still shaking from what happened to Padmé at the end of ?Winds of Change?. It almost seems like Anakin knows, somewhere inside, that he?s made a deal with the devil ? and it frightens him.

    Oh, definitely.

    I thought it was interesting about the pirates disguising themselves as Republic ships and plundering Separatist ships. Sounds like something Palpatine would set up.

    I think of it as a typical outgrowth of the civil and moral chaos that war brings?like looting.

    You can feel, between Padmé?s thoughts and Bail?s conversation with Anakin, that the Republic is crumbling fast?and you can feel the grief of those who are powerless to stop it.

    I imagine that the Jedi feel that grief, too.

    And poor Padmé?unable to talk to her husband, and surrounded by people who don?t trust him, so she can?t even talk to anyone about him. I love how loyal her handmaidens are to her?she?s lucky to have such a group of friends.

    I have to say that I mostly feel sorry for Padmé at the moment. Every minute of every day has to be difficult for her.

    So they?re thinking of hiring Dellia again?hmmm?

    Yep! More on this to come.

    I like Obi-Wan?s description of the Star Destroyer dying slowly, and how it connects with what?s happening with the Republic. Very poignant and very sad.

    Thanks!

    And Mace assigning Obi-Wan a partner?I?m interested in seeing how this plays out and what kind of assignment they get.

    :D

    ? you know the Republic is dead, the ?dark times? have come, when Obi-Wan is calling it ?corrupt and merciless?

    So true. The dark times are indeed upon us.

    Great job my friend--I look forward to more.

    Thanks so much! It?s great to see you!

    * * *

    The new post is up below.
  7. geo3 Force Ghost

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    Author's note:We are now getting into portions of the story that may seem more than a little familiar to those of you who followed "A Singular Touch of Grace." For that I have to apologize again, and all I can suggest is that if it gets too boring, just wander off and talk amongst yourselves until the newer material re-emerges...

    Oh, wait. There is some newer material woven into it... :D

    The following post is a complete chapter, so it's the only story post for this week.


    Chapter 4. Secrets and Surprises I


    Since the Naboo system?s Senate Delegation had left Coruscant more than a month before, the Senator?s offices had been operating on an automated system with only a skeleton staff. But the Galaxy?s political life, and the war, had not gone on hiatus, and so it was high time to re-establish and to strengthen the Naboo System?s political and diplomatic presence at the nerve center of Galactic politics.

    In order to speed the Delegation?s return to Coruscant, young Queen Renalia had placed her Royal Yacht at her disposal for the journey. After all, without active, visible representation in the Senate, there was no one to safeguard the Naboo system?s interests. Queen Renalia was grateful that the experienced Amidala still was willing to resume her duties despite everything that had happened. Once the final decision about her reinstatement had been made, Amidala had seemed in a tearing hurry to return to Coruscant.

    The Queen?s Yacht was an elegant vessel designed for high-level meetings and socializing, and could comfortably accommodate the Senator, her personal staff, a security team, and other members of the official Naboo delegation and their staffs. Since the vessel itself was unarmed, it was accompanied on the journey by a heavily armed fighter wing of Naboo?s Royal Security Service.

    The only odd addition to the Yacht's escort was a small, snub-nosed, slightly battered vessel called a blastboat. Despite its small size it was heavily armed and hyperdrive capable. The Senator herself owned it, and she had not disclosed her reasons for bringing the vessel back to Coruscant to anyone, even her closest staff. Captain Typho had been asked to handpick a pilot to convey blastboat, the Defiance, on this journey.

    From the moment she had embarked on the Yacht, Padmé had remained in her stateroom doing only two things: catching up on more than four long weeks? worth of Senate business, and keeping an eye on the comm. messages in case Anakin got in touch. So far, he hadn?t contacted her since she had transmitted the Delegation?s flight plan in yet another one of their all-to-brief and unsatisfying conversations via holo-transmission. Padmé had stayed up late into the first night onboard working, and gone back to it again early on the second day. Most of her work involved reading reports and mulling over the legislation that had been proposed or passed in her absence. That left her staff largely idle and at loose ends.

    Halfway through the three-day journey, Sabé had had enough. ?I?m so bored!? she?d complained to Dormé, who seemed reasonably content and always found something useful to do.

    ?What would you like to do, if you had the chance?? Dormé had asked, probably just to humor her.

    ?Punch something,?

    ?You need exercise,? Dormé had sighed. ?You always get like this when you can?t move around.?

    Two hours later, after an exhaustive and slightly frenetic search through all of all the Yacht?s storage facilities, Sabé had pounced upon something she regarded as genuine treasure ? six long staves with thickly padded ends.

    ?Tak?an!? she?d crowed triumphantly. ?I haven?t sparred with these in ages!?

    ?Neither has anyone else,? Dormé had observed dubiously over her shoulder, frowning at Sabé?s discovery. ?Those things are purely ceremonial. They must be left over from some traditional ceremony or other.?

    Sabé was not to be deterred. An hour after that she had seen to it that the large conference room was completely cleared of furniture, and most of the
  8. DreamOfKenobi Jedi Knight

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    I'm way behind again! My apologies. But I wanted you to know I'm still reading and enjoying very much!
  9. pregnantpadme Jedi Master

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    ?Come with me, Dellia,? Padmé said unhappily. ?There is something we need to talk about.?

    Like maybe how to set up a secret nursery to hide all the secret children of Jedi padawans who have been having secret affairs with woman from the Naboo delegation?

    Dellia and Padme can pool their resoruces and start a creche' for Force sensitive 'orphans' and then of course take care of the babies themselves.

    OK...I was joking...but now that I think about it...that could almost work.

    Meanwhile...back on the Victorious...what is Anakin up to? It sure looks like he's stumbling onto knowledge of Palpatine's manipulation of the universe. Is going to figure it out and still become Palps' Right Hand Man...with out a right hand...

    *sits back and waits patiently for more*

    *decides patience is over reated and goes of tho re-read Children of Circumstance and Winds of Change*
  10. PeriwinklSummer Jedi Knight

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    ?Give me a good blaster any day,? Padmé groaned, getting up.

    Now, who does this remind me of, oh yes...

    "Hokey religions and ancient weapons are no match for a good blaster at your side, kid."

    Wow. Never thought I'd see the day that Padme reminded me of Han. Maybe that's why Leia likes him so much. [face_thinking]

    This was one of my favorite chapters in A Singular Touch of Grace, so no complaints here about the repetition. Good job as always!!!!
  11. qingauk Jedi Master

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    Jul 12, 2002
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    OH yes.. I do recall this scene and it was great again!! The two of them pregnant. What is Anakin up to? Does he know the Captain is being sneaky? If Palps is alerted he will get suspicious.. oh dear.. have to wait anxiously for the next chapter..
  12. GunraysLawyer Jedi Master

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    Well, the Captain should be thankful that he's not 20 years in the future:

    He'd be dead already.

    I still have a sense that ugliness is going to ensue between Padme's staff and her husband, with the potential for ugliness between P/A or P/staff if she picks sides.
  13. anakin_girl Jedi Grand Master

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    Good opening scene. Poor Padme. It's bad enough having to catch up on four weeks' worth of work in a short period of time (*raises hand*) without having the pressures of the galaxy on her as well. :(

    I love the way you've written Sabe. Wanting to punch something because she's bored--that's always how I imagined her to be. :p I like the sparring sessions too--very well done.

    I had almost forgotten about Dellia being pregnant (and by Lon of all people :p ) --I wonder how well that's going to go over with Padme when they talk in private... [face_thinking]

    Good scene with Anakin--I can feel his indecisiveness, his trouble making a decision at the last minute, especially knowing that he thinks his decisions will make the difference between life and death for Padme. It does look like he's uncovering a lot of Palpatine's actions--the question is, will he connect them to Palpatine? And if he does, will he feel trapped by his side anyway by virtue of his deal to get Padme off the treason charge?

    ?Relay the order throughout the battle group. Begin calculations for the jump to hyperspace.? He leaned closer to the other officer and lowered his voice slightly. ?But before we make the jump, transmit our course change to Coruscant, and make sure that message is flagged.?

    I have a bad feeling about this... [face_worried]

    Great post my friend. :)


  14. Jazz_Skywalker Jedi Master

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    Like maybe how to set up a secret nursery to hide all the secret children of Jedi padawans who have been having secret affairs with woman from the Naboo delegation?

    Oh, yeah! I'll bet there's more than just Padme and Dellia in that group!

    ?I?.? Sabé began, and then stopped. ?You?re very brave, My Lady. I think I didn?t realize just how much until this moment.?

    Yes, I have to agree with Sabe. Padme is very brave, what being pregnant, married to Anakin, and going back to Coruscant. Awesome chapter!

    JS
  15. MissPadme Jedi Master

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    Dellia and Padmé can share gallons of ice cream and jars of pickles :p. I just hope Dellia's kid is more like his mom than his twit of a dad. Who's still dead. Yay!

    Still an enjoyable read the second time around.

    --MissPadme
  16. VaderLVR64 Manager Emeritus

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    Feb 5, 2004
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    Wow! Those Jedi are prolific, aren't they? ;)

    Can't wait to see more! =D=
  17. rhonderoo Former Head Admin

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    Aug 7, 2002
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    Just caught up. You're Obi-Wan is wonderfully open and emoting! :D Bravo!


    Love this story! :)

  18. Lando_Plenty Jedi Knight

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    by the way ? I looked it up, and it looks quite interesting.
    Good, because I definitely recommend that book. It's the fastest page turner I've ever encountered. ;)Unfortunately it might be difficult to find nowadays.

    Last post: What is that captain doing? I'm honestly not sure, but I smell trouble! And it was nice reading the fight again. Very engaging.
  19. DarthLothi Jedi Master

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    Great posts as always, geo. I remember the sparring scene in a slightly different form from the other story.

    I liked the way you showed the effect that the war is having on the Jedi. It's easy to think of them as being able to handle just about anything, and the movies don't always show their compassion and vulnerability. Heck, the movies make it easy to think about the Jedi as unfeeling, especially given the casual way they sometimes use violence - like Obi-Wan hacking off Zam's arm in a bar (a habit that he still didn't break after 20-plus years in the desert ;) ).
  20. ELDRITCH Jedi Knight

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    After letting the tour de force saga of ?Children of
    Circumstance? and ?Winds of Change? settle into an
    honored place in Star Wars mythology, geo3 is
    continuing a tale she cannot ignore. A master writer
    with a genius hold over the prequel trilogy, she is dripping
    out installments of ?Ring of Fire? and we cannot help
    but consume them like addicts.

    ?Ring of Fire? is yet another example of this
    particular author bending our language to her will to
    produce a story more intricate than a microscopic
    maze, more genuine than first blush, and more
    inspirational than the battle hymns of old. Her
    characterizations are perfect, her insight is envied,
    and her care is much appreciated.

    It is that care of her characters that draws me in,
    gives me HOPE and inspiration. It is that care of the
    Force, as she presents with the surety of Bushido and
    the insight of Tao, to which I aspire. She?s in the
    mind of Palpatine, in the heart of Padme and in the
    soul of Anakin.

    I hope she completes this story in time, for it is MY
    prequel canon and I wish to see if George can live up
    to it.
  21. stacysatrip Jedi Master

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    Very good post. Everyone is so agitated, and all for different reasons. I like the sparring session with Padmé and Sabé--two tough cookies you probably wouldn't want to mess with.
  22. nya Jedi Knight

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    May 22, 2001
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    Cool! I remember this scene from STOG. I loved it then and I love it now. I love how you write Sabe to be fiesty and impatient. A nice contrast to the calm and collected Dorme and the level-headed Padme. Your characters serve to enrich your stories so nicely.

    I am also looking to forward to seeing how Anakin plans on rescuing the Nubian entourage. Hopefully the reunion of Anakin and Padme will be more sweet than bitter.
  23. TKeira_Lea Jedi Grand Master

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    Oct 10, 2002
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    Hi, geo!

    I'm so glad your posting a story again, and Anakin's at that. There are few who understand him as well as you do ;) I've done a marathon read to catch up today. So far - well done =D=

    I'll give more appropriate reviews from here on forward. :)
  24. DarthBreezy Chosen One

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    Jun 4, 2002
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    I just want to applaud ELDRITCH and that fantastic post... It eloquently sums up everything I have believed for the last two years...
  25. geo3 Force Ghost

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    I'm always so glad to hear from you all. Thanks for your comments!

    DreamofKenobi I'm way behind again! My apologies. But I wanted you to know I'm still reading and enjoying very much!

    No worries! I?m delighted to hear from you.

    pregnantpadme ? Like maybe how to set up a secret nursery to hide all the secret children of Jedi Padawans who have been having secret affairs with woman from the Naboo delegation? ? Dellia and Padmé can pool their resources and start a creche' for Force sensitive 'orphans' and then of course take care of the babies themselves?

    Hmmm. Hiding the Force-sensitive ones from the Jedi in the process, perhaps? Oh, wait ? all that is about to come to and end? [face_devil]

    Meanwhile...back on the Victorious...what is Anakin up to? It sure looks like he's stumbling onto knowledge of Palpatine's manipulation of the universe. Is going to figure it out and still become Palps' Right Hand Man...with out a right hand...

    OK, once, together, with feeling?. ?I have a bad feeling about this?? heehee!

    *decides patience is overrated and goes of to re-read Children of Circumstance and Winds of Change*

    LOL! Have fun?

    periwinklsummer Wow. Never thought I'd see the day that Padmé reminded me of Han. Maybe that's why Leia likes him so much.

    When I was writing that scene I kept remembering Padmé in the middle of the arena at Geonosis, surrounded by flashing lightsabers, systematically and methodically picking off droids one by one with a blaster she seemed quite comfortable using? the connection flowed from there.

    This was one of my favorite chapters in A Singular Touch of Grace, so no complaints here about the repetition. Good job as always!!!!

    Oh, thanks, I?m glad!

    qinguak OH yes.. I do recall this scene and it was great again!! The two of them pregnant. What is Anakin up to? Does he know the Captain is being sneaky? If Palps is alerted he will get suspicious.. oh dear.. have to wait anxiously for the next chapter...

    The answers will come soon? along with more questions, of course!

    GunraysLawyer Well, the Captain should be thankful that he's not 20 years in the future: He'd be dead already.

    *sigh* Yes. It?s amazing what turning into Vader does to your outlook on life :mad:

    I still have a sense that ugliness is going to ensue between Padmé?s staff and her husband, with the potential for ugliness between P/A or P/staff if she picks sides.

    So much opportunity for betrayal. So little time? :p

    anakin_girl Good opening scene. Poor Padmé. It's bad enough having to catch up on four weeks' worth of work in a short period of time (*raises hand*) without having the pressures of the galaxy on her as well.

    That?s what she gets for being an iconic, larger-than life figure in the GFFA!

    I love the way you've written Sabé. Wanting to punch something because she's bored--that's always how I imagined her to be. I like the sparring sessions too--very well done.

    Thanks! She?s so real to me by now that sometimes I expect to look up and see her walk into the room?

    I had almost forgotten about Dellia being pregnant (and by Lon of all people ) --I wonder how well that's going to go over with Padmé when they talk in private...

    Yeah. I guess in this way, Lon still lives? [face_devil]

    Good scene with Anakin--I can feel his indecisiveness, his trouble making a decision at the last minute, especially knowing that he thinks his decisions will make the difference between life and death for Padmé. It does look like he's uncovering a lot of Palpatine's actions--the question is, will he connect them to Palpatine? And if he does, will he feel trapped by his side anyway by virtue of his deal to get Padmé off the treason charge?

    I think it may be time to revive an old and probably unloved tradition: ...umm, I couldn?t possibly say? [face_laugh]

    jazz_skywalker Like maybe how to set up a secret nursery t
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