This time, she managed to cover Karcen’s ears before Laz’ab’s outburst, scowling over her son’s head.
“Stop. Why are you even here?”
“I came to kill you for running away with all those little secrets of yours,” Laz’ab mused, casting his glance down at the boy with a frown. “I think I may have changed my mind though.” Caspira lifted her hands away from her son’s ears and dropped her fingers to the vibroblade still at her side. Red eyes tracked her every move and Laz’ab let out a sharp snort. “I have changed my mind you know.” Something in his voice shifted. “Can’t send a boy orphaned and out into the world.”
--Can't Make Promises by *lesatho
It's been the week for Alternate Universe stories and sad endings for those of us Tumblr-side in the SWTOR community, it seems. This was a "quick" comic I whipped up in response to
I'm always wary about receiving fan-made comics or writing about my characters because more often than not, people misinterpret them, writing them as they wish they would behave and not as they actually would. Caspira's writer, however, is one of the few I RP with closely and I always enjoy reading her writing. I can also always trust her to write my characters properly, even in some of the most obscure circumstances.
Laz'ab having a crisis of conscience is something I like to play with from time-to-time, especially since I know that it will never really happen in his actual roleplay. It's unrealistic for him to have feelings or emotions towards others, since Laz'ab is
a psychopath and therefore is incapable of empathy. He never knew his parents, either, having been separated from them long before he could have recognized their faces. Would Caspira's child be enough to trigger his memory and let them go just this once?--Sak
Cipher Twelve/Caspira belongs to *lesatho
Laz'ab belongs to me
From the MMORPG Star Wars: The Old Republic