is a Star Wars
/ Harry Potter
crossover written by TheBeardedOne
. Sometime after Star Wars: The Clone Wars
, Ahsoka Tano is attacked by Clone Troopers carrying out Order 66. Fortunately, a strange device Ahsoka was investigating is activated during the attack and spirits her away.
After getting her bearings, Ahsoka discovers she is in Number 4 Privet Drive, and finds a four year old Harry currently alone while the Dursley's left for the weekend. Naturally, Ahsoka takes Harry and adopts him, while teaching him the ways of The Force
The author has also written the series known as The Institute Saga
and the story Invisible Fox
The following Tropes are strong with this one:
- Aliens Speaking English: Averted, Ahsoka starts by learning english from transmissions and books but gets full knowledge from Voldemort's Horcrux while Asajj Ventress is taught English via a magic spell.
- Alternate Universe: Several changes occur due to Ahsoka's arrival.
- It is an AU before then (kinda) since in this story, George Lucas didn't make Star Wars films, he made Flash Gordon ones instead, hence no-one on Earth knows about Jedi etc.
- Amazon Brigade: The Themyscerans. Bonus points for Theme Naming.
- Battle in the Center of the Mind: Ahsoka manages to defeat the Horcrux in Harry's scar, allowing her to assimilate the memory fragments it leaves behind
- Big Damn Heroes: Lily Potter pulls this posthumously!
- Big "WHAT?!": Salazar' s portrait gets one.
- Bonus Material: The final chapter with its... unique take on the Founders accomplishments
- Canon Welding The story does not contradict the canon Star Wars timeline. This gets even more ridiculously obvious with the linked story Knave Squadron which was written almost a decade prior and winds round the Star Wars timeline like a lovesick python before joining the Harry Tano story in the first epilogue.
- Cast from Hit Points: Dumbledore's final spell.
- Contrived Coincidence: It is revealed that this is how it is ensured that muggleborn students don't miss the Hogwarts Express, a family volunteers to watch out for them and guide them through.
- Curb-Stomp Battle: Harry challenges Draco and three Slytherins of Draco's choosing, with Harry using only his Jedi training and the Force. He wins handily.
- In the second epilogue a fleet from Earth encounters a Sith fleet and promptly demonstrates the superiority of Magi Tech.
- Defector from Decadence: Draco Malfoy is granted the ability to command any female to be his. He promptly switches sides as he believes that his father is preventing him from proving himself worthy.
- Defictionalization: Inverted, in-universe. WolfTech creates a Tabletop RPG called Tales of the Old Republic to sell to the Muggle public. In reality, it's a stealthy way to prepare Earth for the truth beyond the stars, and doubles as a way to help Ahsoka find Force users.
- And Lampshaded when Lucy find her way to the moon.
"Long story." Sirius sighed. "Dare I hope that any of you are familiar with the roleplaying game Tales of the Old Republic?"
Lucy nodded, then looked round again, her eyes wide as realisation started setting in.
"Oh my god." She whispered. "The game, it's based on reality, isn't it?"
"Aliens are real and they're here."
Sirius nodded again and Lucy stared at himů then collapsed bonelessly towards the floor. Only the enhanced reflexes of the Wolfalorian prevented her from hitting the ground.
- Draco in Leather Pants: Literally, he is wearing dragonhide trousers at one point.
- Dragon Ascendant: Rather than Voldemort being the Big Bad, Lucius Malfoy manages to seize control of the entire Wizarding society
- Dying Moment of Awesome: Dumbledore's final actions
- Togrutas Gave Us Lightsabers: And blasters, space craft, land speeders, and other wonderful toys.
- First Contact: Techically happens when Ashoka adopts Harry. Lampshaded by Marget Thatcher when she realizes the the Ministry of Magic botched up First Contact due to being paranoid prats.
- The Force: The story revolves around a former Jedi and her son. It's something of a given.
- Frickin' Laser Beams: Stingers, which are guns that fire out spells.
- Gatling Good: Remus likes to use a modified Stinger based on a Z-6 rotary.
- Happily Adopted: Harry.
- Harem Seeker: Draco Malfoy. He ends up with three girlfriends.
- Heroic Sacrifice: Dumbledore uses Expecto Patronum to break though the the shield protecting Lucius' mind control device and rams his ship into it, destroying it and killing himself.
- Last Of Their Kind: With the fall of the Old Republic, Ahoska, Harry, and the other Jedi Padawans of Earth are effectively the last of the Jedi.
- Levitating Lotus Position: Both Ahsoka Tano and her son Harry can do this using The Force.
- Magi Tech: What Earth's current tech level cannot make, magic is used to recreate instead, effectively making a good chunk of WolfTech's tech this trope.
- Magic Knight: Jedi Mages.
- My God, What Have I Done?: Dumbledore gets one once he reads Lily and James' last wills.
- Nobody Poops: Averted, Ahsoka managed to create a working toilet in the cave home during chapter 5.
- Noodle Incident: James Potter's bachelor party. Apparently Moony ended up dressed as a ballerina while Sirius was trouserless.
- Don't forget Moody singing "I'm a Little Teapot."
- Oh Crap: Peter Pettigrew has this reaction (in rat form) when he is confronted by Mad-eye Moody, who knows who he is!
- Older Is Better: The final epilogue/omake mocks this mercilessly. It was apparently written in response to a "the Ancient magic users were better" review/rant.
- Portal Door: The Rune Doors invented by Lily Potter and vital to Ahsoka's plans.
- Ramming Always Works: How Dumbledore destroys the mind control edifice.
- Space Fighter: Recreated by the Wolfalorians and used in the final battle. Surprisingly, the Delta-6 is not the model used by the Jedi.
- Standard Sci-Fi Fleet: In the Epilogue, the Earth Fleet is comprised of derivatives of Trade Federation Battleships and Venator Star Destroyers enhanced with Magi Tech.
- Sufficiently Analyzed Magic: Occurs in the epilogues and is derived from Magi Tech.
- Suspiciously Similar Substitute: The Wolfalorians, who have taken the culture of the Mandalorians as their own.
- Lampshaded when Asajj Ventress arrives and promptly mistakes them for Mandalorians.
- The Power of Friendship: How Voldemort is defeated.
- The Unmasqued World: This happens thanks to Lucius Malfoy's world conquest plot which strips away the veil of secrecy.
- They Wasted a Perfectly Good Plot: The author set up Salem Witches Academy by describing its basic layout, some of the staff (including one related to Minerva McGonogall), set up new traditions for it... and promptly failed to use it in any meaningful way.
- Villain Ball: Lucius Malfoy manages to avoid this quite impressively, only an unexpected visitor to his mansion stops his escape plan from succeeding.
- What Did I Do Last Night? Apparently it's how the Founders did most of their greatest feats.
- Who's on First?: Chapter 49 features one with built in lampshade.
- You're Not My Father: Draco once he finds out that the protection rune Lucius gave him had a back door that allows Lucius' mind control spell to control him anyway