Here's the next part. I'm sorry if you think I don't have enough of Ahsoka parts, I just wanted to write something romanicish. Enjoy.
Ahsoka’s Point of View
“Lucky?” I said aloud. “You’re alive?” Lucky looked startled. “I never died sir,” Lucky said. “I was just wounded, but I’m fine now. There’s a village full of my brothers here, with ships that crashed and few Clones that survives goes go to the village if they find it. Or fellow brothers find them. Wow, Clone village? Who knew there would be a village of stranded Clones. “But why didn’t you contact help?” I asked.
“There’s no way,” Lucky replied. “No comlinks, anything. Where are Rex, Bly and Skywalker? I stopped the small Separatist from leaving today. I sabotaged it by cutting a few wires.” So it was Lucky who cut up the wires. “That was a ship we took from the Separatists,” I said. “But we fixed it.” Lucky looked guilty his shoulders dropping. “I’m sorry,” he replied. “I-I didn’t know it was you, I-I thought it was the Separatists.” Aayla placed her hand on Lucky’s shoulder. “It’s okay,” she said. “You didn’t know. Bly and Rex took Skywalker to proper medical attention. When searching for clues on who cut the wires of the ship Skywalker was attacked by something. We think it was the creatures that attacked you.”
“Must have been,” Bly replied. “I didn’t attack, or any of my brothers. So, Skywalker’s okay?”
“Well almost,” I replied. “Well he was fine until the creature or whatever attacked him.”
“Now we don’t have much time,” Aayla said. “The only way to know who attacked Anakin is to ask him. He would know. But for now we have to wait for Bly and Rex.”
Anakin’s Point of View
My head felt fogged, my vision smears of clouds like the evening mist over the ocean sky hiding the sunset. Bright lights all around making things even harder to see. I felt pain in my ribs; it was hard to withstand it. I looked up, there was someone looking down at me but I couldn’t say who. It was a female, and quite beautiful. “Are you an angel?” I asked. My vision was fogged, only if I could tell who was with me. Everything around me was so misted, there was so sound, and everything moved slowly. The women above me laughed and started to gently stroke my hair. “No,” she replied. “I’m not. That was the first thing you said to me.”
I strained to remember, my memory seems blurred into one day. Like a book with the chapters and pages mixed up and something that might have had happened an hour ago felt like five years ago or maybe yesterday. “Padme’?” I asked, was it really her? It could be, she was more than beautiful enough to be an angel. She laughed again. “Yes Ani, it’s me. You need rest. Get some sleep my love. You need the strength.” Padme’ placed her hand on mine, her touch felt wonderful. Like something warm and gentle. “I’ve missed you,” I mumbled. It was hard to talk, my voice came out in more of a whisper, like someone who had recently woken up.
“I’ve missed you to,” Padme’ replied. “You’re coming home now. Get some rest Ani.” I looked up at the blurred figure of Padme’. I couldn’t make out her face but it was her voice and feel. “Padme,” I whispered closing my eyes. “Padme’.”
Later on I woke up; I was able to see clearly no longer everything a blur. I wasn’t where I first fell asleep before seeing Padme’. I was in a Republic medical base. But where was Padme’? Obi-Wan came up to me. “Well I’m glad to see you awake,” he said. “You were muttering in your sleep while they were sealing up your injuries. Must have been the pain killers, I hear they do many strange things to you in your mind. Once I took them and I saw an old friend of mine who I haven’t seen in years. It was nice to see her again. Anyway, how do you feel?”
“Little dizzy,” I replied. “But I’m fine. So I never woke up when I got here?” I didn’t want to ask if Padme’ was there, it might draw suspicion that couldn’t be there. But did I really see her, or was it in my mind?” Obi-Wan shook his head. “Rex said he had a hard time getting you here. He said once he took off to find help for you there wasn’t a Republic fleet anywhere. He found Senator Amidala on a mission and stopped on her ship and they took you here.”
“Is she still here?” I asked. Obi-Wan shrugged. “I’m not sure. You’ve had a fitful sleep, get some rest.” I sighed, I had been told to sleep over and over. But it felt good when I woke up, but only for a short while. Obi-Wan left, I felt miserable. I wasn’t in pain, but what sleep I got didn’t feel like sleep. I started to get a slight headache; I closed my eyes trying to relax. I heard the doors open again. “Ani,” a female voice said. I knew the voice, the sweet soothing voice; I opened my eyes and saw Padme’. It was really her, I wasn’t in a haze of dreams, or in a haze of fading pain killers putting me to sleep.
“Padme’,” I replied. “You’re really here.” Padme’ walked over to me taking my hand. “I was here before,” Padme’ said smiling. “But you were on a faze of the pain killers fading, we had to give you more. Do you remember?” I nodded. “I wasn’t sure when I woke up now that it was real.” Padme’ stroked my hair, I closed my eyes taking in the feel. “Get some sleep my love,” Padme’ whispered. “You need it.”
“I’ve been told to do so all day,” I replied. Padme’ giggled softly. “Well you need it,” she replied. “Last few times it hasn’t been proper sleep. Now it should be.” Without saying another word, I dozed off.