Asked by 127thlegion
1) send me a pairing
2) send me an AU setting
3) I will write a three sentence fic
Oh gosh, I hope I didn’t ruin it =X I’m not that into Star Wars? I’ve seen pieces of most of the movies because my brother watches them all the time, but that’s really it.
The Padawan stepped onto the balcony of the the Jedi base, tightening his fingers around the iron railing that separated him from the city around him. He’d sensed a disturbance, and an obvious one at that.
The disturbance turned much more irritating—pressure, now rather than an itch—and he looked up to find a woman dressed in a skin-tight suit, complete with cat ears and goggles which obscured her eyes, land on the thin railing in front of him. She made eye contact with him through the dark amber of her goggles before snatching for something at her him. A silver handle, like a light saber at rest, and the sight of it snapped Bruce into action.
"Hey—" he warned, but he faltered, unsure of what to do next. He slid his hand into his pocket and touched the cool metal of his own light saber.
"Sorry, sweetheart," the woman said, and she shit him a dangerous smile. "I’m in a bit of a rush." She flicked her saber as she activated it, only instead of a steady beam of light and plasma, a glowing purple whip-like weapon unfurled.
"You can’t—" he began, but she jumped off the balcony recklessly and he leaned over the edge to watch her.
She used the whip expertly, wrapping it around jutting structures of close buildings, as well as the Force to aid her. Bruce had never met what appeared to be a civilian who could use the Force before, and he almost didn’t want to accept it, but there was no denying that she was using it; he could feel the pull as she manipulated it so wildly.
A small aircraft, topped with blinking red and blue lights, pulled away from the traffic above him, and Bruce realized belatedly that there was a satchel slung around her hip next to her light-whip handle. She must be a criminal.
Taking a look behind him at the base, which he absolutely wasn’t supposed to leave, he put a booted foot carefully against the iron railing. He couldn’t just let that cat-woman get away, though.
With a mental apology to his Master, he threw himself over the balcony in pursuit.
Nice! For not really being “into” Star Wars, you did a great job! Don’t know if you did the research or not, but light-whips are actually canon, so that was cool too! Thanks for answering my prompt!
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