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Children of the Republic » by hrtiu They were Children of the Republic in the truest sense, their existence generated entirely by the needs of the Senate. Of course, most children had parents who protected and loved them, while the clones of the Grand Army of the Republic only had each other.
T, English, chapters: 2, words: 9k+, favs: 4, follows: 5, updated: 9/13 published: 8/21, [Captain Rex, Ahsoka T.] Clones
Make Believe by hrtiu A Jedi forbidden romantic relationships and a soldier in her line of command—it's an epic love story of forbidden love, which is exactly why Ahsoka thinks it would be fun to pretend she was still a Jedi Commander and Rex was still a clone Captain back in the war. Rex isn't entirely sold on the idea, but he's willing to give it a try. How awkward could it possibly be?
T, English, Romance & Humor, words: 3k+, favs: 3, follows: 2, 8/17, [Ahsoka T., Captain Rex] The Mandalorian/Din Djarin
1 Luckier Than We Deserve » by hrtiu Din hopes that Ahsoka can help train and raise the child, and if she's the right fit he'll leave the child's life for good, for the child's sake. Ahsoka is willing to assist, but harbors a selfish hope that the child's healing abilities might be used to help her dearest, oldest friend.
T, English, Romance, chapters: 4, words: 16k+, favs: 14, follows: 13, updated: 7/26 published: 7/12, [Ahsoka T., Captain Rex] The Mandalorian/Din Djarin, The Child/baby yoda
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