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The Clone Wars: The Jedi Who Left: Part 2
Two days later, Ahsoka stood under a stand of trees with Dengar while she watched a group of clones and a Jedi approach the farmers and Sugi.
Dengar smirked and pulled a datapad out of his pocket. “Hey, Ahsoka, I found something interesting on the holonet last night.”
Ahsoka peered through her electrobinoculars. “I’m a bit busy right now.” Why did Sugi have to leave me with Dengar, of all people? Ahsoka focused on the Jedi. Mace Windu. He spoke to Sugi and one of the older farmers who had hired Ahsoka and the others. Latts and Seripas stood behind them, as if protecting them. Not that there was much they’d be able to do if Mace and his half-dozen clones did something. I wish I could hear what they’re talking about. Ahsoka wondered if Mace knew Seripas was much smaller than his suit made him look.
The Clone Wars: The Jedi Who Left: Part 1Three Months after The Wrong Jedi
Sugi sat down next to Ahsoka and looked at the sky where a Republic attack cruiser hovered, barely visible in the darkening sky. “You’re thinking about going back, aren’t you?”
Ahsoka sighed and looked at her hands. “I don’t know.” Part of her wanted to radio the cruiser, tell them she was ready to come back to the Order and fight beside Anakin but something told her Barriss’s last angry words had at least a grain of truth in them.
When Ahsoka looked at Sugi, she saw the Zabrak’s gaze focused on the human farmers in the valley below.
Sugi glanced up at the huge aircraft. “They are afraid of that Star Destroyer.”
Ahsoka stared at the cruiser through her electrobinoculars. "Star Destroyer? That's a Ventor-class attack
Star Wars: The Clone Wars: HiredTwo months after The Wrong Jedi
Ahsoka placed the platter of stinking food on the table in front of a family of Gamorreans. Why anyone would actually order food smelling like that was beyond her but they seemed to like it. I should just be glad I have this job. It hadn't taken Ahsoka long to realize Jedi didn't have many marketable skills in he civilian world, and at her age, finding a job had been even harder.
Ahsoka headed back toward the kitchen. Hopefully, the next customers would want something vaguely edible.
A man, his head covered by some sort of cloth, stood in her way. Ahsoka tried to duck past him but he blocked her. He gave her a lopsided smile that he probably thought was dashing. At least he's not as ugly as the one last week. That one had been so annoying Ahsoka had been tempted to use her lightsaber.
"So, when do you get off work?" Something about the way the man stood told Ahsoka he was dangerous, though he wasn't currently being aggressive.
Star Wars: Severed Loyalties: Part 3"Boarding pass," the droid said.
Rex held up a datapad showing his pass and the droid let him on to the ship. A humanoid, his face hidden by a cloak, watched Rex. Even though he walked more stealthily than Rex's brothers, it was similar enough to the way Rex's brothers walked for him to know the figure was a clone. At least one of them had been tailing him ever since he went through the market. So far, Rex had stayed in public, where they couldn't kill him without making a scene. Had the one following him realized Rex knew he was being followed?
The assassin boarded the ship after Rex and sat a few rows back from him. Rex pretended to read on his datapad.
A message appeared on it.
T following with Mav. I'm onboard behind Sneaky. Don't look. Signed D
Rex didn't look toward where he guessed Dogma sat. With two to one odds, he hoped they'd be able to take the assassin if he decided to attack but since the pair split up, he guessed they were going to wait until he got off the
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