Catching up up up, and gladly, as always! Week 4: Aww, thank you for taking up my little concept here! What an absolutely gorgeous scene you’ve set here, on so many levels: there’s breathtaking natural beauty, but the most beautiful thing here is the tranquil, contented family togetherness, made all the more so by the fact that the fact that the war is over. Jacen’s childlike wonderment over the speagull feather (love the touch of sticking it in his dad’s hair) and his other seaside “treasures" is just so emblematic of how the entire galaxy now can once again breathe easier and take pleasure in small joys again, with the shadow of war gone. And for this family, whom you and I are both known to be quite fond of, that really is balm! So glad that you brought this “what if” scene, from such a completely different kind of story, to life in this set; the universe really is only “alternate” if you want it to be! Week 5: Oh, Hondo! Fun to enter the Galaxy’s Edgeverse brought to life here, and as such a neat little character study too; a leopard really can’t ever change his stripes, can he? Knowing Ezra and Hondo’s previous interactions in the past makes it extra fun to see them here now, both of them “older and wiser” in different ways, though also still the same men they always were! Very cool that you brought Dok-Ondar into the mix, too, and you give us a very interesting hint about his own activities and his own legitimacy-or-not. Sure, the Republic might disapprove of the fact that he has that kyber sculpture—but are they necessarily in the right, is the question? Whatever the case may be, though, I totally, totally accept that headcanon about how Ezra’s helmet ended up in Ondar’s shop—there’s really no other way! Great job on another drabble triumph, ma’am; you are really going to town with these prompts!