Force On The Move

Setting: Star Wars

Location: the desert planet of Tatooine


Information Overload

Forceful Encounters

At The End Of The Day



Anakin's Folly

From part 3 of this story, people finally begin to stop letting Anakin invade their minds and run their lives for his interests, and it is eventually made clear that Anakin does not love Ocean Elf. He only thought he had.


If we can get other ideas, we'll hopefully start a different one where Anakin doesn't get to be the main tragic villain-turned-hero type focus.


Anakin Should Not Have Been Redeemed



Jedi Padawan

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He basically killed Mace Windu, killed dozens of Jedi and younglings, and scorched the Jedi temple of all life, planned to kill Sidious, his "friend", to presumably become an even worse Sith Lord, mercilessly killed the whole Separatist Council, basically killed his wife, the selfish reason he did all the former, tried to kill his master, would slay thousands of Jedi during the campaign of the Purge, killed his own Imperial troops for mundane reasons, killed billions of innocents with the Alderaan incident, betrayed his own apprentice twice, while deceiving him the second time, and so much more. But it's ok to say he is forgiven because he saved his own son? After all that, one little action should not have redeemed Anakin.

He still deserved damnation,

Ocean Elf: I completely agree with the above. Unfortunately, this crap was added, wrecking the whole point...!

Graves101: far, far more than Darth Caedus.

Ocean Elf: No! They both deserve damnation, because they both committed torture. There is no redemption from that.


Star Wars Abominations


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