A web-site entirely devoted to KOTOR fandom, be it art or stories. Stories have to be approved before they can be published, so there is a degree of content control. One gripe, however, is that stories have to be published chapter-by-chapter, separately. Which means no single fic with a table of contents. This does help cultivate one-shots, however.
Stories focused on the family and the friendly relationships of the cast. Plot-focused stories or light day-in-the-life stories. Pretty much anything that isn't focused on romance.The Trouble With Crystals by Sith Lord Darth Revan
Synopsis: Carth desperately wants some sleep, but a prank by Mission ends up making tonight the worst night of his life.
Comments: Really funny and well written one shot, turning Carth into a Chew Toy. Pantslessness is a recurring motif, for example. There's a relationship between Dyran/Revan and Juhani, but it isn't the focus of the story.
Synopsis: Carth tries to patch things up with Dyran, and manages to upset every female on the Ebon Hawk.
Comments: Sequel to Bump In The Night. Somehow manages to be even funnier. Highlights include Dyran's 'HELP ME' look, and Bastila slapping Carth, although the ending is theCrowning Moment of Funny. Dyran and Juhani's relationship continues, but is still not the focus.
Synopsis: From the summary: The Ebon Hawk makes a detour to Dantooine. Jedi business. No explanations. To kill time, and to get away, Canderous and Carth go on a hunting trip in the grasslands and talk about the Mandalorian Wars. Male Revan/Bastila, Female Exile mentioned .
Comments: A delightful read utilizing an interesting -and some might say refreshing- approach to both Carth and Canderous' characters. Criminally underrated and certainly worth your time if you're looking for something fresh in KOTOR fan fic.
Synopsis: A write-through fic of the first KOTOR game. Written in the first person and advertised as dark-sided male Revan (the titular "Jaden Amnesia") with numerous changes made to the characters, sidequests, and main plot.
Comments: Fits no category better than So Bad, It's Good. The absurdly-named "Jaden Amnesia" is one of the most exquisite examples of a Villain Sue I've ever encountered. He's a chain-smoking, (presumably) alcoholic, inexplicably powerful, foul-mouthed, bloodthirsty psychopath - all to a narmtastic extreme. The party members' personalities are similarly ravaged, most of them reduced to hammy, melodramatic caricatures. The story is also peppered with spelling mistakes and bizarre grammar, and most of the plot changes are ridiculous. Kashyyyk's planet quest is inexplicably changed to a war against Sith and Mandalorians (culminating in the planet's devastation at Jaden's hands), Jolee's old friend Sunry is changed into an insane cyborg war veteran called "Benedict Sunny", Bastila's mom is changed into some kind of mad scientist supervillain on Manaan, Bastila and Mission have a brief "friends-with-benefits"-type relationship, and more. The craziness just goes on and on and it's utterly impossible to take it seriously. I'm convinced the author is some kind of genius troll. He's persistent, too - up to 36 chapters as of this entry.
Synopsis: A new war is approaching and the Exile seeks to join Revan to fight it, but she'll need the help of a few of Revan's old friends. The end has come...
Comments: Resolutions gets recommended for being more than just a shipping fic. Taking place shortly after the events of the second Knights of the Old Republic title, this presents issues with the Exile's decision to go after Revan, as well as reintroduces several favorites (and not so favorites) from the original game too. Expands well into its own territory. Warning: Female Revan.
Synopsis: Having a Sith Lord in your head is bad...having a Sith Lord with a really foul sense of humor is even worse.
Comments: Wonderfully whimsical, a chronicle of the time from Malak revealing Sabine's (Revan's) past, to after the game, when Revan leaves in the Ebon Hawk. The interaction between Sabine and Revan is priceless, as is the bonding with the crew. The commentary about the virtues of Mandalorians alone...It also has serious moments, but they serve to underscore both the following and preceding humor.