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Oneshot Hit the Ground by Corana - T - Star Wars

Discussion in 'Star Wars' started by Stalin's Pipe Organs, Jan 22, 2011.

  1. Stalin's Pipe Organs

    Stalin's Pipe Organs Auror

    Apr 18, 2009
    Title: Hit the Ground
    Author: Corana
    Rating: T
    Genre: Drama
    DLP Category: Television and Movies
    Pairing: Luke/Mara
    Words: 4,239
    Published: November 18, 2005

    Status: Complete
    Summary: Luke takes Vader's hand in Cloud City, and falls. ESB AU, Dark!Luke
    LM Link: Link

    This fic, rather then focusing on the Luke's fall, focuses on the emotional impact of his turning to the dark side. It does this quite well. Now while a fic with nonexistent scene breaks is typically bad news for the reader of any story, this one is an exception to the rule.

    The moment when Luke kills his father is exceptionally poignant.

    Probably one of the best Dark!Luke fics in the fandom.

    Checked by Minion, Nov. 25, 2012
    Last edited by a moderator: Nov 25, 2012
  2. Custer

    Custer Loves the Gay Porn DLP Supporter

    Feb 28, 2008
    Custer National Cemetary
    An excellent little oneshot, it details his fall well, despite the sparse information. I enjoyed it a great deal. 4.5/5
  3. yojorocks

    yojorocks Seventh Year

    Jun 15, 2006
    Columbus, OH
    As far a Star Wars oneshots go, this is right up there at the top imo. Very good characterization, and superb pacing. The plot flows very well for how short it is, and wraps up very nicely. Great short. 4.5/5, rounded up.
  4. frodrick

    frodrick Slug Club Member

    Jun 12, 2009
    Very well written and thoughtful. The lack of breaks is my only real complaint; it made pacing difficult.