1. “That’s starting to get annoying”
“That’s starting to get annoying, Ren.”
Kylo tilts his head, regarding Hux curiously. “What do you mean?”
“You know what I mean. I’ve been ignoring it since you’ve started because I don’t believe in rewarding childish tricks, but it’s starting to get in the way of work. You need to stop it.” He goes back to his holopad.
He can still feel Kylo’s eyes on him. “Hux. I have no idea what you’re talking about.”
“Oh, really, you don’t? I’ll believe that when the fourth moon goes clockwise.”
“Hux, I’m serious.” There’s a hand on Hux’s knee now and Hux looks up, annoyed. “I’m not doing anything. I mean, I don’t think.”
Hux grits his teeth in irritation. “Oh, really? So this ghostly blue apparition claiming to be your grandfather has been following me around for two weeks jabbering my ear off about old senators and this isn’t you?”
Kylo’s mouth has fallen open. “My…wait, what?”
Hux feels something cold within him. “Wait, this- you genuinely- aren’t doing this?”
“Did you say you’re seeing my- my grandfather?”
“I told you,” Anakin Skywalker’s ghost says, leaning over Hux’s shoulder like they’re good friends. “I’ve been telling you. He’s got too much of me in him, he won’t listen.”
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It doesn’t have to be a Death Star, Kylo :C
DRIVER: Right. I mean, maybe as I get older, I’m getting tired, or my anxiety and the kind of self-imposed torture in working on it is getting less and less. Do you normally associate torture with creating things? Or do you just treat it like, “I’m going to go punch in and do my job, and if I don’t figure it out, there’s always tomorrow”? Maybe torture is too strong a word. Is misery par for the course of creating something? (x)
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