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Took a rather long Hiatus from FimFiction writing, but I'm back now, hopefully a bit more reliability


The Force is what gives a Jedi his power. It's an energy field created by all living things. It surrounds us and penetrates us. It binds the galaxy together.

Obi-Wan Kenobi. 0BBY

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Artwork by a good friend of mine, Nina Ward

The force. A ubiquitous power of untold potential. Both the Jedi and the Sith look to the power for guidance, believing it to be the ultimate embodiment of all that is in the universe. But what is the true extent of its power? What is its reach, and how many species can it touch?
Spike. A baby dragon raised in Equestria by the personal protégé of the monarch of the sun. He is looked to for friendship and compassion by scores of ponies, as well as providing the bonds of a sibling to one pony in particular, and often the one source of sense in a group of eccentric friends.
Can a dragon from a back water planet truly master the ways of the strongest power in the galaxy?

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Artwork by a good friend of mine, Nina Ward

Comments may contain spoilers. You have been warned.

Ok, so this thing is going to be the longest story I've written. By far. Hope I can keep your attention.
Rated teen for some gore and swearing.

Black-Light Library approved.

Chapters (120)
Comments ( 3184 )

I truly am enjoying this so far. Keep up the good work. :twilightsmile:

Thanks. Glad you liked it.

Dramatic start, but the Jedi seem to be forcing Spike down their path. I doubt he would want to be part of anything that doesn't help him get home at this stage.

And that is why the Jedi are known as kidnappers by some people. If they want a child in their order, they will mostly take them.

3323771 You are welcome! I have a feeling this will be a great story!

This seems pretty interesting. I haven't read an MLP/Star Wars crossover yet, so this'll be my first! You virginity stealer you! :raritywink:

Silver out!

Hmm. Virginity stealer.
First time I've been accused of that. :pinkiecrazy:
Hope I don't disappoint


You also read Dusk Quill huh?


Silver out!

Dusk Quill is the one who got me interested in writing. He's an awesome guy.

Interesting. Keep it up, pal.

3323776 I don't think Spike will take kindly to being kidnapped by the Jedi.

Well I will be dealing more with this in the next chapter.

Okay, you have my attention.

3323776 What you call kidnapping, I call surprise adoption.

Oh god, that image.
I am not ashamed to say that it made me laugh for about 5 minutes. :pinkiehappy:

Good, good, thought Twilight's reaction seemed a bit exaggerated. Don't get me wrong, but I would figure she would go into a panicked frenzy trying to figure out what happened to Spike first before accepting that he was gone. Plus I don't think the glass would explode inwards if she was screaming. It would be more likely that the town just heard the scream than anything. (For glass to break, she would have to scream at a certain pitch)

Other than that, it's good so far.

given a choice between the jedi and the sith, I'd pick siding with the sith any day of the week.

Oh! :pinkiegasp: Now this appears to be good! :pinkiehappy:

Likewise. :rainbowlaugh:

I'm glad, i brightened up your day.

Unless she was magic or something, in which case she could become the loadstone for a powerful spell which could cause the glass to break and them begin to implode.
As for her reaction, you may be right their, and I may re-write the chapter to tone it down a bit/lot.

REALLY interesting, I love me some Spike and this has a fantastic set up, I really can't wait to see where you take it from here!


even if she is magic, she would have to cast a spell for the glass to implode. Besides that, why would she implode her own house?:rainbowhuh: kinda makes no sense.

imo, just omit the whole implosion thing if you rewrite the chap. it's kinda unnecessary and just way over the top.:unsuresweetie:

I'm only trying to help.:fluttershysad:

I have. It's been rewritten already.


read and it does look better.:pinkiehappy::twilightsmile:

I would still strongly advise in getting an editor and/or proofreader. It will help a lot.:eeyup:

hope the story works out for you. It has potential.:eeyup:

Peace is a lie, Jedi!

Well I could always do with an editor if you're interested.
Same goes for anyone. If you're interested, just shoot me a PM.


the Jedi are known as kidnappers by some people

The Jedi are also not opposed to slave labor. I mean, just look at the clone army! Thousands of individual lives, each with their own tells and personalities, and they send them off to die without batting an eye. Disgraceful.

And then we have the sith. Willing to destroy entire planets - and their populations - over a grudge.

... Why do we have force-users, again?

Yeah, but they were clones, bred to die in a war against battle droids who were expendable.
A better example is the army of Light from before the Ruusan reformations. That army was comprised of millions of people who volunteered to join the army under the command of the jedi, and were still thrown away carelessly.

3328593 The clone army is still a worse breach of morality. The Jedi actively support the creation of life whose sole purpose is to die. That's just cruel. They offer nothing to the clones to even make their life really worth living: no individuality, no freedom, no family...

The clone army, in addition to being a blatant disregard for the value of life, is also a large scale slaving operation masked as protection and justice.

Just my thoughts...


I'd almost argue you have it backward. At least the people who signed on had a choice about what they wanted to do, and made the decision to enlist, knowing that being killed was a hazard.

Clones didn't get that choice. They were born to live half the life span of a regular person (accellerated aging to get them on the battlefield sooner), and to be tossed around as cannon fodder regardless of their needs or wants. The few that were injured such that they could not continue their duties have no idea what to do with themselves, because they were trained so specifically that they have no social experience beyond the minimum requirements. There was no retirement plan or program for the clones once they were injured or aged.

The clones that weren't up to code were terminated as children by the kaminoans, and the Jedi council did not interfere even after they found out about the army. Actually, you would think they'd pick up the mass murder of children in the force...

I guess you do have a point, but think of this. A person, grown from the cells of the mandalore himself,and reared to love the republic, compared to people who would have to be force-ably conscripted to fight in the self same situations. The majority of the army of light wasn't given a choice, and it was either fight or die by firing squad then.
We can debate semantics of which one is a worse crime, but in the end, both were done to justify the destruction of the brotherhood of darkness or the CIS, so they had their merits.

3328968 I'd more argue that neither of those are justified in the presence of better options (droids in the Republic's case, not being forceful in the Light army's case (which you have conflicting descriptions of, I might add. Here you say they were forcing people to be soldiers whereas before you said it was comprised of volunteers)). Regardless, this argument is rather pointless.


The debate is kind of pointless, because either way we see the Jedi actually kind of suck.

Oh damn poor spike :twilightoops: I wonder what happened? :fluttershysad:

finally finished the story to follow it, I have to say it was irksome when the Jedi said spike couldn't marry and severe all emotional ties, and just promptly picked up spike to the Jedi council.

I've stated before with these things, I could never see myself following the questionable ways of the jedi, denying themselves emotional ties that would more then not help them instead :trixieshiftright: nor would I ever want to be a Sith blinded by their own selfish desires :trixieshiftleft:

but surely force users have figured a way to harmoniously be balanced between the two at some point in time. Its quite sad Jedi and Sith are blinded to following one side or the other or none at all. :duck:

Which is where gray Jedi come in.
Glad you enjoyed it though.

3355379 Oh I enjoyed the story vary much I was just criticizing the structure of the series in general not the story as I'm liking it so far xP and gray? I've only heard of them really recently but I still have no idea who these gray Jedi are.

From what I've gathered, Gray Jedi see the force as a power, and that it can be wielded in its entirety, both the light and dark side, by everyone. I may be wrong though. New chapter should be up by the end of the week though, so all good.

I'm wondering... Is the timeline of this story (from the Star Wars perspective) before the Clone Wars, or is it around even a more ancient history, the war with the Sith Empire? While I'm not saying that Spike should meet Anaki and Obi-Wan (though it would cool if he did) I'd like him to at least see master Yoda. I mean, that little green goblin-like Jedi trained generations of peacekeepers for over 800 years. Even if it was before Clone Wars then who said when it happens here? It could be 200 years away from the current point of time and still have Yoda teach at the Temple.

Anyway this is quite an interesting story. I hope will find some way to at least contact Equestria and tell them he's fine.

I thought I was going to proofread?:rainbowhuh:

ah...fuck. I forgot about that. None of my other fics have proof readers, so it's natural to just hit submit when its done. Sorry. I'll try and remember next time if you want.

Its before the clone wars, like way before. Not saying when, but it is after the Great Hyperspace war, but before the galactic cold war.

I still think Spike will want some kind of payback for this regardless of his new friend. Taking away the choices and freedom of a child, regardless of intent, is unforgivable in my book.

The story is still young. As is Spike. Lots can happen still.

While I'm not going to ask about the timeline I'm curious about how Spike will do in this kind of setting. With his fire breath powers and maybe growing wings along with the lightsaber and force he could be quite powerful.

3355602 yeah I've been looking them up last night actually around 4am xP But yeah know I know what they are

Another good chapter, Its good to see someone knows what spike is going through and is willing to comfort them. :rainbowdetermined2:

As for spike himself it will be interesting to see him grow up seeing that dragons can get very large as well as grow wings and breath fire not to mention dragons are naturally resistant to magic but I'm not sure if you'll implement that last bit :P

cant wait for more :)

A few of those things will be revealed in the next chapter. Some of them won't be answered for a long time though. Honestly, asfar as I can tell from my rough plan, this thing is going to be looooonnnngggg

3356231 Don't worry, take your time. I know the feeling.:twilightsmile:

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