I love clones with force sensitivity so here is sith! Wolffe !
Or more precisely fallen force sensitive Wolffe, because we can fit so much angst in this character (you can click on the picture for better quality). Context under the cut !
It's my first time writing something, furthermore in english, I'm not entirely satisfied but if I don't post it I will never stop editing it so here we go :
From the moment he realised he had a difference he couldn't identify on Kamino, Wolffe tried to hide it with all his might, fearing to be culled because of it. But it never fully went away.
Years later he's being deployed, and despite his carefulness, General Plo Koon come to realise what exactly Wolffe is struggling to repress.
After multiples discussions to ease Wolffe's fears, Plo Koon succeeded in convincing him to try meditation together, to change his anxiety ridden connection to the Force to a healthier, more attuned one.
It is revealed to be a complex task, but little by little, Wolffe go over his terror of having something he should never had by kaminoan standards. He unwillingly crossed the gap the Kaminoans described to explain the natural differences between clones and the jedi they were created to serve under, and therefore proved how artificial it was. Even if its just accepting something he never decided to have, it feels a little like rebellion. He's more and more on board with the idea.
But then, the Malevolence happen and Wolffe has to abandon his destroyed ship, has to watch the rescue pods being forced open and his men slaughtered. He can't do a thing and his connection has never felt more like a curse, too weak to be more than a powerless witness, but still enough to feel the terror and pain of his brothers as their lights are snuffed out like candles.
The aftermath hit hard. Listening to the Jedi philosophy of letting his grief go, Wolffe feels helpless. How is he supposed to do this ? After Koon spent so much time teaching him to accept his feelings, he's now supposed to forget about them. Well, Koon says it's not about forgetting but Wolffe doesn't get the difference.
He still attends lessons with the General. His insecurities and doubts came back with a vengeance, but he was made to be resilient, or so the cloners said.
At the battle of Khorn, Wolffe meets Assaj Ventress. She leaves a trail of dead brothers while the force screams and writhes around her in a painful way. It is terrifying, feeling nothing like the quiet peace and serenity from Master Plo Koon, and yet it calls him with a howling voice, resonating with a small part of Wolffe's soul he feels ashamed to have.
In the end, she only takes his eye.
The next time he sees Ventress, she's with Tano. The betrayal he feels seeing his General's protegee working alongside the Sith that killed so many of his brothers makes his gut churns.
All this time he struggled to try and come closer to Jedi values, losing so much in the process, and yet the perspective of being brought to justice seems to be everything Tano needed to jump on the other side.
Wolffe's tired. He is tired to see death mow down his vode, tired to try and stick to values even Jedi seems to abandon at the first inconvenience, tired to struggle against his anger and his fear, to push them out when all they're doing is screaming at him that something is wrong. Are they really supposed to hinder him or can it be fuel to some greater strength ?
The squad of Coruscant Guard siblings alongside him stand no chance in front of two seasoned force users. This fact alone is enough to ignite something in him.
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