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Saga Leaving Tatooine?

Discussion in 'Fan Fiction- Before, Saga, and Beyond' started by earlybird-obi-wan, Sep 16, 2013.

  1. earlybird-obi-wan

    earlybird-obi-wan Chosen One star 6

    Aug 21, 2006
    Leaving Tatooine?

    Author: Earlybird-obi-wan
    Timeframe: Saga
    Characters: OC’s
    Genre: vignette
    Summary: A day at work for Tonia Egvards.
    Disclaimer: Star Wars is owned by G.L. and the mouse.

    Leaving Tatooine?

    Tonia saw the message from Zinno.
    And it had her thinking about her life on Tatooine.

    Life had been good for her.

    She – Tonia Egvards – had been born 33 years ago on a moisture farm on Tatooine. Loving parents had given her and her ten year older brother all they wanted.

    Tonia had been able to go and study at the prestigious university hospital in Mos Eisley where she had great teachers. A nice apartment near an eopie stable with a friendly owner had her enjoying her study even more.
    Paramedics and rescue crews were her friends.

    The beginning of the empire had her caring for two men; Jesin Fialka and Halfir Majeski. It was the start of new adventures and her joining the rebellion.

    After her graduation she was working for two Hutts. One – Sluur – was a merchant in Mos Eisley and provided her with medical supplies for the rebels. The other Hutt – Zinno – owned the medical facilities near the pod-racing arena and had appointed her as the lead doctor.

    Tonia saw many strange and not so strange customers.

    One was known as the wizard of the Jundland waste. He had helped her, using his strange powers to confuse the imperials.
    He was now here after bringing one of those dreaded imperials to the hospital. Or was the man – injured and vulnerable after crashing with his TIE-fighter – to be feared?

    The pilot had been on a landing vector towards Mos Espa. The great races were attracting many beings. Was he ordered to search for rebels?

    Ben had carried the pilot inside and had helped her to treat him. He hadn’t cared if the man was an imperial. ‘There is something that has me sure that he will desert’ was what Ben had told her.

    Tonia had mixed feelings about the pilot when she was treating him, splinting broken legs and arm and cleaning the blood away from his face.
    She had seen his striking green eyes when she diagnosed a severe concussion. The short cropped dark hair framed a pale face, caused no doubt by the prolonged stay on one of the stardestroyers. It was a youthful and friendly face, different from the harsh and the same looking faces of imperials she had seen coming to the medical facilities. He wasn’t a clone.
    Was he to be her last patient?

  2. WarmNyota_SweetAyesha

    WarmNyota_SweetAyesha Chosen One star 8

    Aug 31, 2004
    Oh, I enjoyed the Tonia-focus. Her musings about next steps - very well-written. Her "last patient" sounds very attractive and intriguing. :)