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The GrottoThe GrottoThe Grotto by lordhadrian
A whole month had passed. A month of boredom and impatience. A month since Obi-wan Kenobi had led Asajj Ventress to Planet Dagobah.
The Empire had become firmly founded. The once benign Senator Palpatine, reluctant Chancellor and besieged leader of the Republic during the Clone Wars, had become as monstrously oppressive as any Dictator in galactic history.
Ventress had no love for the Republic, or the Jedi Order Emperor Palpatine had crushed underfoot, but even she saw dire signs for the future.
She had also sensed extreme danger when Palpatine brought forth to the public one of his most devoted servants, Vader.
Vader was a horrifying construct, and was bathed in the Dark Side. Vader's single minded obsession to hunt down all Force users sent her into hiding along with the few remaining Jedi scattered throughout the galaxy.
Her initial run took her to Tatooine, where she stayed hidden and was even mentored by Kenobi to hide her Force abilities from the greater
Sunny SkyeSunny Skye: A PrologueSunny Skye by lordhadrian
Ventress woke up early that morning. And what a lovely new day it was. The first Summer day on Skye.
It was their first night there, and they all enjoyed the fireworks display from the distant town of Farhimmel after landing.
Camped out in front of her newly repaired ship, affectionately called "Sophy",it was their first night of freedom away from the war.
The sun brought forth the first day of true freedom.
12 hours before, Ventress, Ahsoka and Barriss and a group of friends had thwarted a plot by the dark lord Plagueis, and escaped the clutches of the Republic and the Separatists, escaping the battle for Coruscant by the skin of their teeth.
Enemies defeated, the three of them had saved Coruscant, defeated a Sith lord and found a chance at redemption for a past they could leave behind. The slate was clean, and they were no longer wanted criminals or outcasts.
Ventress lazily sat in her chair as the sun peeked up on the horizon.