Amidala Quotes

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Who knew that you would be The One," I smile, "which I guess makes me your Trinity." "My Amidala." "Your Zira." "My Sylvia." "Your..." I scour my brain, trying to remember some other great sci-fi love interest. "Ha! I'm your Saphira," I settle back smugly, only for Trevor to start laughing. "Saphira is a dragon.
Cindy C. Bennett (Geek Girl)
They'll stall you," Organa said. "I know it's a horrifying situation, but you can't fight every evil in the galaxy." "Evil? " Padmé said. "I've fought evil and it was easy: I shot it. It's apathy I can't stand.
E.K. Johnston (Queen's Shadow (Star Wars: The Padmé Trilogy, #1))
You are an idealist," Bonteri said. "That's not a bad thing." "I know," Padmé said. "I have worked very hard at it.
E.K. Johnston (Queen's Shadow (Star Wars: The Padmé Trilogy, #1))
Any path can be a poor one if it goes blindly in one direction.
E.K. Johnston (Queen's Shadow (Star Wars: The Padmé Trilogy, #1))
Cordé was dead. Versé was dead. Obi-Wan was dead. Master Billaba was dead. Anakin Skywalker was dead. Padmé Amidala Naberrie was dead, her dreams with her.
E.K. Johnston (Queen's Shadow (Star Wars: The Padmé Trilogy, #1))
Padmé Amidala was completely still. The brown halo of her hair spread out around her, softened here and there by white blossoms that had blown through the air to find their rest amongst her curls. Her skin was pale and perfect. Her face was peaceful. Her eyes were closed and her hands were clasped across her stomach as she floated. Naboo carried on without her. Even now, at the end, she was watched.
E.K. Johnston (Queen's Shadow (Star Wars: The Padmé Trilogy, #1))
You killed her because, finally, when you could have saved her, when you could have gone away with her, when you could have been thinking about her, you were thinking about yourself... It is in this blazing moment that you finally understand the trap of the dark side, the final cruelty of the Sith-- Because now your self is all you will ever have.
Matthew Woodring Stover
Every person Obi-Wan ever truly loved---Anakin, Satine, Padmé, and Qui-Gon himself---came to a terrible end. Three of them died before his eyes; the other fell to a fate so bleak that death would've been a gift.
Claudia Gray (Star Wars: From a Certain Point of View (From a Certain Point of View, #1))
On a dusty world with two bright suns, a little boy looked up from his work and saw an angel.
E.K. Johnston (Queen's Peril (Star Wars: The Padmé Trilogy, #0))
His agony somehow became an invisible hand, stretching out through the Force, a hand that found her, far away, alone in her apartment in the dark, a hand that felt the silken softness of her skin and the sleek coils of her hair, a hand that dissolved into a field of pure energy, of pure feeling that reached inside her— And now he felt her, really felt her in the Force, as though she could have been some kind of Jedi, too, but more than that: he felt a bond, a connection, deeper and more intimate than he’d ever had before with anyone, even Obi-Wan; for a precious eternal instant he was her … he was the beat of her heart and he was the motion of her lips and he was her soft words as though she spoke a prayer to the stars—
Matthew Woodring Stover (Star Wars: Revenge of the Sith (Star Wars Novelizations, #3))
Bail Organa sent Leia herself to summon me. When I saw her---saw Padmé in her so strongly, and even a little of Anakin, too---I knew my exile was nearly at an end.
Claudia Gray (Star Wars: From a Certain Point of View (From a Certain Point of View, #1))
How lovely!" C-3PO exclaimed. "His daughter is the child of Master Anakin and Senator Amidala," he explained to R2-D2. "I can hardly wait to tell her all about her parents! I'm sure she will be very proud -" "Oh, and the protocol droid?" Senator Organa said thoughtfully. "Have its mind wiped.
Matthew Woodring Stover (Star Wars™ - Episode III - Die Rache der Sith: Roman nach dem Drehbuch und der Geschichte von George Lucas)
For the first time in more than ten years, she didn’t want to be Amidala. She wasn’t sure if she knew her anymore.
E.K. Johnston (Queen's Hope)
Longtime political followers will recall young Queen Amidala of Naboo. Four years ago she came to Coruscant and deposed the Chancellor to questionably hasten along aid for her home planet. Though no hard evidence of the Trade Federation’s misdeeds was ever produced, Amidala swayed the opinion of the Senate. Her speech, which was most likely written for her, given her age at the time, was stirring…and we can’t help wondering what she’ll stir up this time. Now a senator for the Galactic Republic, Amidala has returned. A puppet queen no longer, surely, but the question remains: who is pulling her strings now? —TriNebulon News
E.K. Johnston (Queen's Shadow (Star Wars: The Padmé Trilogy, #1))
The girl in the white dress was going to be Queen, and she was ready.
E.K. Johnston (Queen's Peril (Star Wars: The Padmé Trilogy, #0))
Anakin knelt down in front of R2-D2, quickly reciting memorized details about connecting to secure comm channels, something that he held on to as tightly as the hand of his wife. Because in some ways, those letters and numbers held their marriage up across the stars.
Mike Chen (Brotherhood (Star Wars))
You,' she said, tucking a matching flower into the breast pocket of his coat, 'are not a Jedi Knight. And I am not a senator. We're just a married couple having dinner.' She gestured around, and he noticed that several other couples had donned matching flowers as well. Of course she would scout this out first. 'Yeah', he said, locking elbows with her. 'Just like any other married couple.' She rested her head on his shoulder, the glow of her flower tinting her face. Passion and purpose indeed.
Mike Chen (Brotherhood (Star Wars))
Queen Padmé Amidala in the Star Wars Prequel Trilogy.
Michelle R. McCann (Girls Who Rocked the World: Heroines from Joan of Arc to Mother Teresa)
I will not condone a course of action that will lead us to war
Star Wars Queen Amidala
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Clive James (Cultural Amnesia: Necessary Memories from History and the Arts)
Senator Organa, now is not a good time," she said. "What do you want?
E.K. Johnston (Queen's Shadow (Star Wars: The Padmé Trilogy, #1))
Amidala, Panaka, and about half the troops climbed through; the others, and the Queen’s handmaidens, stayed in the hall to hold off the battle droids. The
Patricia C. Wrede (Star Wars: Prequel Trilogy: Collecting The Phantom Menace, Attack of the Clones, and Revenge of the Sith (Disney Junior Novel (ebook)))
Padmé Amidala Naberrie was dead, her dreams with her.
E.K. Johnston (Queen's Shadow (Star Wars: The Padmé Trilogy, #1))
So many things could go wrong; they could betray themselves a thousand ways, and the damage would be irreparable. And she loved it. She loved the thrill that accompanied watching someone talk to Sabé thinking it was Amidala whose attention they held. She loved the way people looked right through her, Padmé Naberrie, as though she were nothing. She loved taking that nothingness and using it to her own ends. And yes, it was for safety, and yes, her intentions were as noble as they had been on Naboo. She still remembered how she had looked at Captain Panaka over Sio Bibble’s head and he had nodded that it was time. We are brave, Your Highness. They were all brave.
E.K. Johnston (Queen's Shadow (Star Wars: The Padmé Trilogy, #1))
Sabé deserved to leave Padmé’s shadow, if she wanted to. The others had, in their own ways, and now it was Sabé’s turn. This hurt the most, but Padmé would never tell her. Sabé had dedicated years of her life to Amidala, the same years that Padmé herself had given. And now it was time to let her go.
E.K. Johnston (Queen's Hope)
This was Padmé Amidala, who’d stared down certain death on Geonosis and charged forward with a blaster to reclaim her planet from Nute Gunray, yet here was breathing heavily with wide eyes and a hand across her chest. “I’m so sorry,” Anakin started, “are you okay? Was that too much? Was I—
Mike Chen (Star Wars: Brotherhood)
The pins—designed and made by Cordé’s jeweler sister—could, in a pinch, double as weapons or tools, yet they were small enough to make it through most security scans. Versé and Sabé had worked together on outfits for even more mobility: jumpsuits and the like that could be combined with dramatic capes to remind everyone of Amidala’s status without getting in her way.
E.K. Johnston (Queen's Shadow (Star Wars: The Padmé Trilogy, #1))
Padmé Amidala was completely still. The brown halo of her hair spread out around her, softened here and there by white blossoms that had blown through the air to find their rest amongst her curls. Her skin was pale and perfect. Her face was peaceful. Her eyes were closed and her hands were clasped across her stomach as she floated. Naboo carried on without her. Even now, at the end, she was watched.
E.K. Johnston (Queen's Shadow (Star Wars: The Padmé Trilogy, #1))
All things are possible through the Force. What you desire awaits you on the other side. But you will never pass through. The Dark Side would never allow it.
Charles Soule (Star Wars: Darth Vader - Dark Lord of the Sith, Vol. 4: Fortress Vader)
Your beloved waits for you there, Vader. Beyond the door.
Charles Soule (Star Wars: Darth Vader - Dark Lord of the Sith, Vol. 4: Fortress Vader)
Padmé,” he murmured, “oh, Padmé, I’m so sorry. Forget I said anything. None of that matters now. I’ll be gone from the Order soon—because I will not let you go away to have our baby in some alien place. I will not let you face my dream alone. I will be there for you, Padmé. Always. No matter what.
Matthew Woodring Stover (Revenge of the Sith[SW REVENGE OF THE SITH M/TV][Mass Market Paperback])
After a slightly uneven start to her career in galactic politics, Senator Padmé Amidala of Naboo seems to be settling in. Now a member of several prestigious committees, the former planetary queen has become a voice for people other than her own in the most commendable of ways: helping them build the very roofs above their heads. Working alongside such renowned senators as Mon Mothma of Chandrila and Onaconda Farr of Rodia, young Amidala is helping serve the galaxy while still respecting her homeworld via her style and manner of dress, called “tasteful” and “traditional chic.” Senator Amidala is a fresh new face that the Senate needs. Any rumors of pirates in the sector are, at this time, unsubstantiated.
E.K. Johnston (Queen's Shadow (Star Wars: The Padmé Trilogy, #1))
Pundits across Coruscant were shocked when Senator Amidala (Chommell sector) appeared on Senator Bail Organa (Alderaan)’s committee for transportation of construction materials. No one could have expected Amidala, who has been notoriously flighty and unpredictable since her arrival on Coruscant, to join such a drab-sounding operation, so theories abound as to her motivations or, rather, the motivations of whoever she is operating for. Senator Organa, though thoroughly reputable in his service, is often at odds with the Chancellor. It seems unlikely that Palpatine has set Amidala on the senator from Alderaan to sniff out some scandal. It’s possible that Amidala is seeking to curry favor by finding one. We can only speculate what folly her newfound “interests” will lead her to.
E.K. Johnston (Queen's Shadow (Star Wars: The Padmé Trilogy, #1))
Bail, it’s the only way. It’s the only hope you have of remaining in a position to do anyone any good. Vote for Palpatine. Vote for the Empire. Make Mon Mothma vote for him, too. Be good little Senators. Mind your manners and keep your heads down. And keep doing… all those things we can’t talk about. All those things I can’t know. Promise me, Bail.
Matthew Woodring Stover (Revenge of the Sith[SW REVENGE OF THE SITH M/TV][Mass Market Paperback])
This is why she is here. This is how things are supposed to be. And this is why she believes in the Republic. It is not without corruption, it is not without darkness, but there is good at its core. And just because something good has darkness in it doesn’t mean you abandon it. Just because there is darkness in something does not mean you do not love it. You show it love, you show it light - and you hope it chooses the light.
Anne Ursu (Star Wars: The Clone Wars: Stories of Light and Dark)
I can order you to your death," Padmé said. Her voice was so quiet that Sabé barely heard her. She reached out and took Padmé's hands. "And I would go," she said. "I can't be that dedicated to you," Padmé said. "I know," Sabé said.
E. K. Johnston