She watched it approach and did nothing to avoid it. The air smelled like tears. It was the salt of the sea, Din told himself. Her eyes were glimmering like the sea, now, dark and glossy under the pale moonbeams. Torn between the need to know and the fear of what her answer might be, Din struggled with himself for several seconds before finding the strength to ask her: "Why did you decide to stay behind?
When I was finally able to force myself to face the day and whatever it brought with it, my head incessantly pounded, making it difficult to think, let alone function. That, compounded by the lack of sleep and my aching body, was almost debilitating. In this state, I followed Cara through the narrow hallways of Kriger's ship to its spacious bridge, which now appeared to double as a command centre for the impending attack.
Numerous computers and holographic screens surrounded the circular space, each control station manned by several members of Kriger's clan. Each Mandalorian was focused, busily completing their part of the operation. At the middle of the space, Kriger conversed with his second-in-command and Din in front of a large holochart of Neartusing a stylus to map his troops' future movements.
Din acknowledged our arrival, yet he remained engrossed in conversation, his words curt and serious. Kriger's eyes were noticeably reddened and swollen, though his hardened expression remained steady. Despite all that had happened, he knew that he needed to be a leader at this time, to be strong for his people - for all of us - even if it meant hiding his true emotions behind a steely countenance. I had been so consumed with my own grief that it hadn't even occurred to me how Kriger must have felt - how he must be feeling.
Though he rarely showed it, and never professed it in public, I knew how much he loved T'iana. The gears in his head were visibly turning. Our actions at Neart will most likely have ripple effects. His index finger pointed to several areas on the holochart in turn.
That'll scatter her forces so they don't outflank us as we push north. We use two platoons to block them to the west so our united companies will have a clear path moving forward. Earlier that morning, Cara had informed me and my father that the Coalition had obtained the last piece of intel that we needed in order to organize the troops to launch a full-scale attack.
Thanks to Kriger's clan and their persistence, the aerial recce of Neart had been successful, and the Coalition now knew where the majority of Diabhal's forces were stationed, both at the heart and around the outskirts of the city. Cara and I approached the three Mandalorians, silently observing their conversation. For some reason, it was difficult for me to meet Din's stare, though it was equally as difficult to not look at him. Cara offered, "We'll need to regroup after the block.
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Please consider turning it on! Remember Me. So this is where I'm putting all my headcanons and short er drabbles based off of my Mandalorian fic Grow Old With You.
I've had these posted on my tumblr for a while but I thought it was high time I shared them on here too. Mostly because I'm so unsure what is canon in the show. So, like, welcome to the romanticgumchewer! StarWarsUniverse y'all. It starts to rain outside the Razor Crest as you wait for Din to return.
Worries about the decision you both took a few weeks ago start to come up in your mind. Hello everyone, and welcome to my latest indulgence.
This tale will run parallel to the show, picking up between episode three [The Sin] and episode four [Sanctuary]. Our story begins a long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away His head was spinning and his legs were trembling with each painful contraction of his muscles. One part of him did not want to go on and see what happened inside. Din had to prepare for the worst situation he had in mind, with armor around his heart for protection and a flamethrower for revenge. While visiting Canto Bight for some work, you realize why the Mandalorian chooses not to trust people so easily.
Just like that. He only continues to stare. You and the Mandalorian have been on the run, hiding out on a unknown planet for three months. Things start to get a bit interesting while the two of you are secluded. After getting a bounty for Hondo, you set off away from Black spire outpost only to realize that something isn't right when you get to the bounty itself.
You buy some art supplies for the Child to play and Din is worried about his precious ship getting scribbled all over. Every subtle movement of his body, every seemingly imperceptible shift in his breathing, it all told exactly what he was feeling. Once you knew how to see it, he became an open book, all without saying a word.
You've been on the run from the notorious Mandalorian but you find yourself in a intense and carnal situation when you finally get caught. Your theory about common-sense failure must be right, because you reply before your brain can run a safety scan. They say that every soul has a mate. One so intrinsically meshed with another that even the Gods can't tell the difference between the two.
Every bond has a unique way of connecting mates with each other. Some feel the emotions of their other half. Others receive any markings made on their mate's flesh. Special cases allow bonded pairs to speak telepathically.
Remember Me. Teenagers are a hard bunch to raise. Rex should have known. He trained shinies! Five years after the fall of the Galactic Empire and seven years after the destruction of the planet Lysaria at the hands of Darth Vader, Lyrian princess Cerelia seeks to avenge her parents and her people by coming out of hiding until she meets a Mandalorian bounty hunter who she takes care of a fifty-year-old baby with.
Prompt - Flash Fiction with either the start or the end of a relationship.
This is the end of a relationship. So this is where I'm putting all my headcanons and short er drabbles based off of my Mandalorian fic Grow Old With You. I've had these posted on my tumblr for a while but I thought it was high time I shared them on here too.
Mostly because I'm so unsure what is canon in the show. So, like, welcome to the romanticgumchewer! StarWarsUniverse y'all. Din Djarin has his mission: to return the child to its people, even if its people are an enemy. He has his work cut out for him. The remnants of the Empire still hunt them, and the Jedi are nowhere to be seen.
With the help of some unexpected allies, Din will strive to complete the duty he has to his Foundling and remember what it means to be a part of a family. Written as a sequel to the Rise of Skywalker the film, not my fanfiction version and before the release of novelisation or at least here in the UK. After the Mandalorian steals the Child and escapes the planet Nevarro, he must decide where he will go and what he will do.She had watched Mando take off with hopeful eyes but she felt a little tug within her when he was no longer in sight.
Cara had gone back with Greef to the city where most of the civilians were doing damage control and clean up after the incident with Moff Gideon and the damage that had been done. Anything you'd like it's on me! The one that was welcoming but also likely had a hidden agenda behind. Shaken from her thought, Cara nodded her dark head, gave a smirk. She looked around, the place was teeming with bounty hunters and drunks, couples being handsy and overlapping chatter that made it a little hard to think.
Perfect for trying not to think about anything, or anyone. Don't tell me you're beginning to develop feelings for Mando now. He watched her jaw clench in response to his statement, her grip on the cup tightened and she cocked her head to the side. She closed her eyes, remembering the events that were still so fresh in her mind. Looking down at her hand, covered in blood. Din's blood. He'd begged her to leave him there, building ablaze, bleeding out from injuries.
She couldn't. The flames had surrounded them and the only thing she could focus on was how she couldn't stand the thought of never seeing Din again. She didn't know what he looked like, she didn't care if she ever knew. It wasn't about that. They understood each other on some kind of crazy spiritual level, and that would bond them for life and she knew it.
She could've gone with him.
After all, he seemed a bit shocked when she told him she was staying. But Cara knew that if she stayed with Din, she'd only end up grieving over the fact that he could never be hers.
Din made it back to the Razorcrest with The Child and got him safely into his carrier. He looked at it, as it cooed and tilted its little green head to the side and its ears lowered cutely. Din shook his head stifled a chuckle and sat down. His eyes looked toward the city that he'd spent a lot of his days, thoughtfully he recalled how the woman who was now taking his place had saved his ass more than once. No one like her, not one in the world. He shook his head at the thought and he smiled beneath the helmet.
Their paths would cross again, and he knew it. But for now he was onto more pressing matters. Finding The Child's family, or finding someone who could teach it how to use its abilities.
He fired up the engines, flipping switches and pushing leavers before powering it all down again. I won't leave you.
He heard her voice, he replayed the memory watching Cara staying right by his side, refusing to leave him. She had gripped his hand tightly and he knew he didn't have much time.
The flames had grown higher, and she pressed her body against his, shielding him from the heat. She pulled away and he couldn't take his eyes off her. The building was ablaze, yet he was drawn to her strength, her determination and her loyalty. But still, he begged her to go. In desperation to save him, she had tried to remove his helmet. Many had tried before, but never for the reason that she wanted to.Story Story Writer Forum Community.
Pairing Plus Filters. Cancel Apply Memoirs of a Mandalorian by ThatOtherWriterGirl reviews Din Djarin has been assigned the task of finding the kid's people or raising him as his own. However, when he and the kid land on an outer rim planet to take on supplies, the Mandalorian finds more than he bargained for. Will the wild and free spirited Ravana be able to offer him the kind of help he needs, or perhaps trouble in a whole new form…the kind that could touch his heart? Heron's Wings by Thatrandomclone Heron's life was perfect on his planet.
Everything was peaceful and quiet. Heron thought it would always be that way. He was wrong. When his village is attacked he's rescued by a mandalorian named Din and his entire life changes. After finding a little, green, big eared, child Heron feels a sense of joy like he had before the disaster. Now his he and his friends must protect it. Bursting at the Seams by AMessofADreamerx reviews Elara Jyrenn has lived her life through books and tales from the travelers at Chalmun's Cantina, and she's bursting full of stories, ready to make memories of her own.
When a Mandalorian lands on her planet with a damaged ship, a child, and definitely a few secrets, it's not long before EJ's making memories with them, not ever realizing she's also making history. What he finds is more than he bargained for. Will Din realize that the one thing that he truly needs is right in front of him? A story of love, war, family, and self-discovery. Baby Yoda goodness! Rated M for later chapters. Chapter 15 now up! An Unexpected Journey by AllTheWayMae reviews The child managed to wrangle himself a caretaker before winding up on a forsaken desert planet, and she's all in.
Not that there's much choice now. Once The Mandalorian shows up, they're all bound for a journey they hadn't counted on and don't fully understand. Thankfully, first impressions never seem to stick. Clan of Three by hayatin reviews An odd young woman and a fifty-year-old child is not the bounty the Mandalorian expected - but it's what he got. Now this rag-tag family of three is hunted across the galaxy as they search for answers. It was a wonder to Guild members and civilians alike when one of the remaining Mandalorians willingly accepted a partnership, especially one with a blonde who he often described as having "an outstanding attitude problem".
Everyone has to start somewhere. Ends of the Earth by onespoongirl reviews When Sinead's husband is ripped from her, she escapes from the Hutt Empire and goes on a quest to find him. Since being a runaway slave in the Outer Rim isn't exactly a walk in the park, she makes the Mandalorian an offer he can't refuse and soon they travel across the galaxy, looking for her missing husband.
I've had these posted on my tumblr for a while but I thought it was high time I shared them on here too. Mostly because I'm so unsure what is canon in the show. So, like, welcome to the romanticgumchewer!
StarWarsUniverse y'all. Din Djarin has his mission: to return the child to its people, even if its people are an enemy. He has his work cut out for him. The remnants of the Empire still hunt them, and the Jedi are nowhere to be seen.
With the help of some unexpected allies, Din will strive to complete the duty he has to his Foundling and remember what it means to be a part of a family. After the Mandalorian steals the Child and escapes the planet Nevarro, he must decide where he will go and what he will do. As he protects a special baby, one that he does not understand, he travels across the Outer Rim, looking for a place to hide. Along the way, he runs into someone just as different as the Child, someone who also forms a close bond with the alien baby.
With his defenses up and his hand always touching his blaster, the Mandalorian finds himself engaged in a battle of wits and wills with this mysterious traveler. Wish the Mandolarian was your dad? So do I. You are a force sensitive being, trying to survive off of selling refined Kyber crystal. Though dealing with something so powerful has dangerous consequences. After narrowly escaping a deadly encounter, a certain bounty hunter is set in finding you.
Din Djarin had been desperate for work, but he told himself he'd just have to get through Ran's job and then he'd have enough credits to keep his ship running and his kid safe for a few weeks longer.
But when the New Republic arrives earlier than expected, Din finds himself arrested and imprisoned, and his child taken from him and sent away to a new guardian. Luke Skywalker has experience being an uncle to his niece and nephew, but not being a caretaker or teacher to the Force-sensitive infant suddenly sent to him so that it can be protected from the nefarious bounty hunter who'd had it. Caring for the powerful toddler is a challenge unlike any he's faced before, but he's determined to rise to the occasion.
Especially since the Mandalorian will do anything to get his kid back While visiting Canto Bight for some work, you realize why the Mandalorian chooses not to trust people so easily. Cara gets more than she bargained for when she agrees to fill in for Greef for a couple of days.