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Chapter 5/10: Phantom
 
Rating: T
Pairing: Padmé Amidala/Obi-Wan Kenobi, Padmé Amidala/Obi-Wan Kenobi/Anakin Skywalker + other side pairings
Wordcount: 27k
Additional Tags: Alternate Universe - Canon Divergence, Padmé Lives, Suitless Vader, Angst, Plot-heavy
WIP – 5/10
 
 
Summary:
 
Obi-Wan knew that if he didn’t leave now, Padmé would die.
And so he made his decision.
 
Preview:
 
Ahsoka knew she was taking a massive risk. She’d never told the Ghost about Obi-Wan, or the twins — and she hadn’t told Obi-wan and the others about the two Jedi in Hera’s crew, neither of whom she’d met. It was safer that way, but…
 
Ahsoka could tell that the galaxy was at a crossroads now. The Force was clear on that. Things would be changing soon, and rapidly. If there was ever a time for the few Jedi alive to meet up, it was now.
 
She knew she might regret it, but for now, it was a risk she’d have to take.
 
bluegansey: padme amidala on a blue background (padme amidala blue)
Chapter 4/10: All Ends Are Beginnings
 
Rating: T
Pairing: Padmé Amidala/Obi-Wan Kenobi, Padmé Amidala/Obi-Wan Kenobi/Anakin Skywalker + other side pairings
Wordcount: 22k
Additional Tags: Alternate Universe - Canon Divergence, Padmé Lives, Suitless Vader, Angst, Plot-heavy
WIP – 4/10
 
 
Please note the updated pairing and character tags!
 
Summary:
 
Obi-Wan knew that if he didn’t leave now, Padmé would die.
And so he made his decision.
 
Preview:
 
“The man who was once Anakin Skywalker still exists, but he is no longer your master, or a Jedi. He—he is a Sith.”
“No,” Ahsoka said sharply. She sat back and crossed her arms. “My master would never do that. You’re wrong.”
“I saw it with my own eyes. He—he killed younglings. He slaughtered Jedi. He led the clones into the temple and—”
“No,” said Ahsoka, leaning even farther away. She shook her head from side to side, as if that would make the truth up and disappear. “No—no, he’s not a Sith!”
“He tried to kill me,” said Padmé softly. “Ahsoka — he is not Anakin Skywalker anymore. I’m sorry.”
 
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Chapter 3: Carnage
 
17k, Chapter 3/10, WIP, AU, mostly Gen with Obidala, eventual Obianidala, and other side pairings
 
 
Summary:
 
Obi-Wan knew that if he didn’t leave now, Padmé would die.
And so he made his decision.
Preview:
 
Luminara sighed and turned to face Obi-Wan. “This is turning into a mess, Obi-Wan. Why did you send her there in the first place?”
 
“She thought she might be able to do something if she got back into politics. At the very least, she could provide some information to Bail and the rebellion. It was intended to be short, a quick mission while Vader was away on a wild bantha chase in the Outer Rim. She wasn’t — she wasn’t supposed to be in danger.”
 
“I’m sorry,” she said softly.
 
“She’ll be fine,” he said, and he believed it. He had to.
 
bluegansey: padme amidala on a blue background (padme amidala blue)

 Chapter 2: Returns

11k, Chapter 2/10, WIP, AU, mostly Gen with Obidala, eventual Obianidala, and other side pairings

On AO3

Summary:

Obi-Wan knew that if he didn’t leave now, Padmé would die.

And so he made his decision.

Preview:

Obi-Wan closed his eyes. He understood — Force, he understood more than he wanted to, but — “Why, Luminara? Why are you looking for her? She’s a loose cannon — she’s dangerous.”

“I know — believe me, I know.” Her voice was raw, and she radiated pain in the Force. Obi-Wan knew, more intimately than he would have liked, how she felt. An apprentice going to the dark side was the worst kind of agony, in many ways. “But I had a vision in the Force,” Luminara continued. “She was here, hiding on Umbara. The vision seemed urgent — it needed me here. I left Kashyyyk in the middle of a battle and came here with a small guard, just to look — and then Order 66 happened. I had to kill my troopers — my men, my trusted soldiers — when they tried to kill me, but I survived. I think it was supposed to happen. The Force willed it.”

Obi-Wan couldn’t argue with that. He’d wondered, after leaving Utapau, whether the Force had willed his survival, or if it was just a sick coincidence. He had no way of knowing whether his survival had come down to luck or the Force. But Luminara had had a vision — the Force had screamed in her mind to leave her men behind and her post behind. While the Force worked in ways that no being, even the Jedi — try as they might — could understand, the message seemed clear enough. The Force had wanted her to live.

 
bluegansey: padme amidala on a blue background (padme amidala blue)

 Chapter 1: Knightfall

6k, Chapter 1/10, WIP, AU, mostly Gen with Obidala, eventual Obianidala, and other side pairings

On AO3

Summary:

Obi-Wan knew that if he didn’t leave now, Padmé would die.
And so he made his decision.

Preview:

“Survive this, she may not,” said Yoda quietly. “Visions, your former padawan had. Her death, they predicted.”
“I won’t let that happen,” said Obi-Wan. And he wouldn’t. He owed that to Anakin — his apprentice, the man who was now dead.
Yoda looked up at him, eyes far too old, even for him. “Try, you will. Succeed, you may not.”
Obi-Wan looked away and back at Padmé. She wasn’t crying anymore, but pain radiated off of her in the Force. “She will live,” he said, because she had to. If she didn’t, he had nothing left. After Qui-Gon, and Ahsoka, and Anakin. After all the friends he’d lost during the war. He only had Padmé.
He wasn’t going to lose her too.

 

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