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Gungan to the left

Everything Ends (PG)

By : geo3

Archived on: Monday, February 16, 2004

Padme Amidala has one last encounter with someone who used to be Anakin.

This cannot possibly be where it all ends, thought Padm? Skywalker, Amidala of Naboo, former Queen, former Senator and wanted criminal. Not here. Not now. Not in this place.

Another explosion shook the elderly cargo ship and she grabbed the edge of the table to keep from being hurled onto the floor of the dingy cabin.

"Galactic cruiser," snapped Captain Typho. "Can?t hide or outrun them in this thing. I don?t understand why they haven?t blown us to dust yet. Why waste all that armament on one insignificant little cargo ship?"

His last words were drowned out in the screaming of laser fire and another blast rocked the aging vessel violently. Then, after a last terrifying jolt, everything stopped. The silence roared in their ears and for the space of a few heartbeats, the handful of crew and passengers found themselves wondering whether they had just died.

"Tractor beam," breathed Typho. Then realization hit. "They?re going to board us!"

Moving fast, he leaped up to draw his side arm and position himself facing the door. The two heavily armed handmaidens and their two Alderaan escorts quickly took up positions around Padm? in a protective gesture they all knew would be futile.

The attack had begun just as they had gathered around the conference table to discuss their dwindling options of evasion. While her defenders reacted, Padm? remained in her seat, powerless to move. Her very heartbeat and breathing had frozen in her terror. All her thoughts were collecting painfully around a single realization:

He?s found me. He?s on that cruiser.

She was ill from exhaustion and beside herself with a mother?s grief. There was nothing within her with which to face the shadow that hunted her. No strength. No courage. No hope.

Captain Typho?s voice broke into her silent thoughts.

"My Lady," he said grimly, "please arm yourself. We will need all hands for this one."

His grip tightened on his blaster as he turned his gaze back to the door.

He is so loyal, she thought with a pang. I owe him so much.

Padm? looked around at the terrified people in her cabin. She stretched her feelings out into the rest of the ship and detected the same fear, the same sense of waiting for the end.

For them, she would find the strength.

Slowly, as if awaking from a bad dream, she became aware once again of her heartbeat, irregular but still strong, and of her breathing. She was alive for the moment, as were those who depended on her, and on whom she depended even more. And while she was alive she needed to act.

From the cargo bay there were sudden noises and a sense that the ship was being boarded. Padm? closed her eyes and allowed the impressions to come to her. Then, having found what she was looking for, she rose from the table, turned toward the people who were planning to die for her, and spoke to them for what might be the last time.

"Listen to me carefully," Padm? ordered. "No one is to offer resistance. You, the pilots and the crew are to allow the boarding. Above all, no one is to fight back."

All their faces turned toward her. She saw their shock, and resentment. She had not only brought them here to their deaths, but now she was depriving them of the opportunity to face that death with the adrenaline rush of a fire fight. Padm? understood too well how much they wanted to take action, but she also knew why they must not.

"The Dark Lord himself is here. I will speak to him alone."

"My Lady, how can we give up without a fight? He has chased you to Hell and back. He wants you dead." It was clear that Captain Typho spoke for all the faithful souls whose eyes were now glaring at her.

Don?t mutiny on me now, Padm? begged silently. Trust me one last time. In the resolute voice of a commander she said, "If he only wanted me dead we wouldn?t be here now. But don?t tempt him! Do you understand? No one is to fight!"

Sab? looked at her sharply. No one spoke or moved.

"Go on," Padm? ordered. "Move! Tell the others. There is to be no resistance."

With the conviction that they were going to their certain doom, her crew and companions roused themselves to comply. The three men left the cabin reluctantly, looking back to see whether she had lost her mind. Dorm? threw herself at Padm? and gave her a brief, desperate hug before following the others out of the room.

Only Sab? remained rooted to the spot. She glared at Padm? and deliberately checked her sidearm before stowing it.

"What are you thinking?" she hissed. "Do you actually believe you can reason with him? He is dangerous. What he did on Naboo?"

"What other choice do I have?" Padm? asked gently. "You know if we resist we will be slaughtered. I have to see him alone. He is looking for me ? perhaps I can convince him to let the rest of you go."

"Goodbye, My Lady," Sab? said with cold fury, and followed the others out of the cabin

Padm? stood alone in the center of the cabin and fought to bring her fear under control. She had faced death so often recently that she had stopped caring whether she lived or died. The only thing that drove her on was the primeval protective instinct of a mother.

Twins. They were as rare on Naboo as star stone jewels, and always greeted as a blessing from the Gods.

She forced her breathing into the rhythmic pattern that always brought calm. He had taught her to become one with the Force, and now she was using it in order to face him.

Going more deeply into herself, Padm? let go of her feelings, of the space surrounding her, of the growing noise in the remainder of the small ship, and of her fear. She became so still that her stillness formed a bubble of calm that centered on her but seemed to spread throughout the ship. It dampened sound and motion. It was so potent that even the fearful crew in the other parts of the ship were able to remain quiet and passive in the face of certain annihilation. None of them moved as they were disarmed and rounded up by the Galactic Senate?s clone troopers.

In the cabin, Padm? opened her eyes and waited. Before long the sound of marching boots grew louder and then stopped outside her door. An order was given.

"Stay here. I will go in alone."

And then, as she had known he would, the man spoken of in whispers as the Dark Lord stepped through the door and into her calm. He wore a long dark cloak with a hood, which he reached up and removed with gloved hands. His face was Anakin?s ? oh, Gods, it?s Anakin?s face ? a face she had once known better than her own. But there the resemblance ended.

His expression was one she had never seen. His face, once so animated and ready to smile, was a hard mask of lines and angles. His eyes ? when Padm? looked into them she was frightened. How could a person?s eyes change like that? They had once been blue, a bright, sparkling blue like the lakes on Naboo. Now they seemed darker, and somehow blank and lifeless. She felt like an insect stuck on a pin when he looked at her.

Darkness seemed to have come into the cabin with him.

Padm? kept an iron grip on the emotions that wanted to surge to the surface. From deep inside her stillness, she waited for him to speak.

"It is good there was no resistance," he said without preamble. "No one got hurt."

How odd that he would say that, Padm? thought, when he has already hurt so many. Unbidden images rose into her mind ? images of her friends and loved ones at home being rounded up and questioned. Images of firestorms that the abundant waters of her home planet could not quench. Images of fear and suffering and death.

Of two tiny babies, taken from her and hidden.

She let the memories go again, not daring to permit them shatter her fragile shelter of calm.

Out loud she only asked, "Why have you boarded us?"

He ignored her question and demanded, "What is your destination?"

Padm? knew that in a matter of moments he would have that information from her flight computer, so she cooperated.



"For shelter," Padm? said, "and rest." To hide from you. To receive the hospitality of the only people in the Galaxy who will dare to give me refuge. To raise your children.

If I live.

She studied him carefully, from inside her hard-won calm, looking for clues that might tell her what to expect. Not long ago she had known him so well that she could read his thoughts. Today she stood in front of a terrifying stranger who had pursued her across the galaxy leaving devastation in his wake. My willing executioner, she thought. If I only knew why.

Padm? found herself fighting hard to contain her rising fear. She wondered what he actually saw out of those odd eyes. Could he detect her secret? Did he know?

"Who else knows your destination?" He spoke to her familiarly, as though they were continuing a previous conversation, and yet without warmth.

Padm? took a deep breath and tried to think. She knew better than to lie. "Not many. I have been in hiding since the price was put on my head. My Alderaan escorts arrived to pick me up in disguise. Captain Typho made the arrangements in person so no one else was involved. No one was told my destination."

"You are being honest with me," he said flatly. It was an observation, not a question.

"Why wouldn?t I be?" Padm? said. "There is a great deal at stake. You hold our lives in your hands."

"My Master wishes you terminated," he agreed.

Terminated. A chillingly factual term for murder. Despite her best efforts to remain objective, Padm??s mind began to fragment into images from her past and memories of her dreams for the future. It seemed she had very little time left, and nothing at all left to lose.

"And will you now do as your Master bids?"

"No," he said shortly, as if the answer should have been obvious to her already. Padm? stared at him. Her fragile bubble of calm was beginning to disintegrate. "You will proceed to Alderaan and remain in hiding there." He continued. "No one will follow you."

"And my companions?"

"This ship is free to go. Contact no one, or I cannot protect you further."

"Protect me? Protect me? Why?I thought you were sent to kill me!" In vain Padm? looked for some kind of message in those unreadable eyes. The surprising gesture of mercy brought with it unbidden waves of pain and loss. If he had behaved as expected she could have continued to think of him as a stranger and as an enemy. But this? Was he still there?Could he still see her as a person rather than as an ? an assigned victim? She couldn?t stop the hot tears from spilling down her cheeks so she tried to ignore them.

There was a long pause as the Dark Lord regarded her in absolute stillness. Then he said only, "I tried to find you on Naboo."

"Ah." There it was. Grief and rage surged through her, wrecking her center of calm once and for all. She stood before this shadow creature unprotected, vulnerable, and shaking.

Naboo had been attacked and occupied by Republic forces after it was declared a disloyal planet, largely due to Padm??s own opposition to Supreme Chancellor Palpatine?s policies in the Senate. Millions had been killed and the planet had been turned over to the control of the Trade Federation, which had long coveted it. Padm? had been declared a traitor and barely escaped with her life, and with only a handful of trusted friends. Pregnant and desperate, no one in the Galaxy would take her in. Finally, Bail Organa of Alderaan had offered to hide her, but she had given birth before she could go.

The man who had once been her Anakin, who was now the Dark Lord feared throughout the Galaxy, had been given control of armies of clone troopers and had cut a terrible swathe across her beloved home planet, searching for her. It was a miracle that she had managed to elude him then. Now, somehow, he had caught up with her.

"Were you responsible for the destruction of Naboo?" she hissed. "Was that your doing?"

He remained impassive. After a long silence he said, "Naboo was doomed by your treasonous actions. It was my Master?s decision. Not mine."

"But you carried it out. You were there."

"I was on Naboo after the occupation. I was searching for you."

"To bring me before your Master," she said bitterly.

"To keep you from him."

Again, Padm? was stunned. Perhaps he does know, she thought. Perhaps that is why. He and his troops had slaughtered her family and her friends and had all but destroyed her beloved home planet. Yet bizarrely, he still wanted to protect her. She forced herself to remember how dangerous he was. It wasn?t really Anakin standing before her, it was an enemy. If he wanted to give her a last chance for his own twisted reasons, she would take it and go.

"Then let us go," she said. The tears had stopped.

"Go," he said

And so it ends, she thought. Here. Now. In this place.

Emboldened by her unexpected reprieve, Padm? suddenly didn?t want him to leave. She needed to understand what had happened to him ? how, in such a short time, he had become this sinister creature who spread anguish in his wake. She was desperate to know, if only to have something to tell her children. If she didn?t survive, at least Obi-Wan would keep them safe.

If he could.

"Anakin!" Padm? heard herself call out his name without wanting to. "Why? How did it come to this?"

The dark figure looked at her with unreadable eyes. Then he said, very quietly, "I have no choice. The powers that hold me, once taken up, cannot be put down."

The ordinary cabin seemed full of billowing shadows. She felt as though they were crushing her.

"What could possibly be more powerful than love?" Padm? asked, starting to tremble.

The shadows in the room deepened and Padm? felt herself beginning to sway. When in the midst of the growing darkness the figure that had once been Anakin spoke again, it was in a voice she did not recognize.

"Destiny," the voice said. "It binds and holds us all."

"You fool," Padm? sobbed, sinking slowly to the floor as her knees gave away, "you are the one who taught me that I can choose my destiny."

For a long moment he towered over her, staring down at her silently. Almost absently he removed the black glove from his left hand. Padm? flinched violently as he reached toward her, and then realized that he was holding out his hand - his living hand - to help her up. Recklessly she took it and let him pull her to her feet. It was warm. It felt human. For a brief moment she could imagine that Anakin was still there and none of the terrible things between them had happened.

Then the Dark Lord dropped her hand and said, in a voice filled with shadows, "The only free choice you have is the one I have just granted you. Stay and die, or go now and live. Anything else is an illusion."

Without another word, he turned to leave. At the cabin door he stopped and looked at her one last time.

"Don?t look back," he said.

It was Anakin?s voice.

The door opened and he went through it, taking the darkness with him. And then he was gone.

When Captain Typho burst into the cabin after the Galactic troops released him he found his mistress collapsed on the floor trembling uncontrollably. "Did he hurt you, My Lady?" he demanded. Padm? couldn?t speak, but managed to shake her head briefly.

Sab? and Dorm? shot into the room and took command of the situation. They wrapped their mistress warmly against shock and made her comfortable until the trembling stopped.

Padm? collected herself enough to give orders. "He is letting us go," she said. "If we go straight to Alderaan without contacting anyone, we will not be harmed."

The Captain and the handmaidens exchanged glances. "It?s a trick," spat Typho. "Why would he do that? How do we know we won?t be followed? He?ll do to Alderaan what he did to Naboo, looking for you."

Padm? only shook her head. "Why would he let me go, if he only intended to follow me again? This is our last chance, Captain," she said. "Just take it, and go!" Typho was opening his mouth to argue when their small vessel lurched violently, knocking the passengers around like toys. Typho found his way to the COM link to the pilot. "What happened?" They all expected to hear that they were being attacked.

"Shock wave, sir." The pilot?s voice registered surprise. "That Galactic cruiser just exploded!"

He promised that no one would follow us, Padmé thought. She felt a sudden surge of relief mixed with horror. "Get us out of here," she ordered. "Now!" He all but destroyed an entire planet to find me. Now he has destroyed his Master?s ship to make sure we are not followed.

Her three loyal protectors looked at her with the same question in their eyes. Dorm? gave it a voice. "Do you think he was on that ship?"

Padm? thought for a long moment. She tried briefly to reach out with her feelings, to see whether she could somehow find him in the great void, but she was weak and shaken and unable to find her center. She shook her head. "I don?t know," she said, "but somehow I don?t think so. We can?t assume it."

"This nightmare has no end," growled Captain Typho on his way out the door to secure the ship and give orders to the pilots.

It will end some day, thought Padm? as she wrapped her arms protectively around herself and curled up in a ball of misery.

Everything ends.

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Author: Gina  (signed)
Date posted: 2/16/2004 1:38:09 PM
Gina's Comments:

I loved this story. You portrayed Padmé's character so well. The reader can truly sense her fear for the lives of her friends as well as her bravery and staunch determination to find out why Anakin has become what he has become.

Author: The Stormtrooper Shrink  (signed)
Date posted: 2/16/2004 3:34:28 PM
The Stormtrooper Shrink's Comments:

Whoa - spoiler cover! does Padme die?...Lucas, dammit, has made this whole thing a tragedy...

Well done

Author: Darthy Vader
Date posted: 2/17/2004 7:09:41 PM
Darthy Vader's Comments:

good story. i liked it, and it portrayed the charachters well. i just have one question. on the cover, who is that guy as ankin? i reconize the face and all but i can't quite place it.who is he? it is driving me crazy!

Author: Quiller  (signed)
Date posted: 2/17/2004 7:32:46 PM
Quiller's Comments:

An enjoyable read, Geo. Shades of Vader's declaration: You cannot understand the power of the Dark Side. I like how he didn't answer the question of what is more powerful than love.

Author: qingauk
Date posted: 2/18/2004 6:02:23 AM
qingauk's Comments:

I can barely see to write as the tears are flowing so heavily. You have done it again :(
Remarkable and so terribly sad.

Author: Greenleaf from LakeRetreat
Date posted: 2/18/2004 9:39:54 AM
Greenleaf from LakeRetreat's Comments:

It's Ok.

Author: Lord Malice
Date posted: 2/18/2004 10:17:18 AM
Lord Malice's Comments:

Well written and carefully thought out. I like the story, but several key factors were a bit off I think. #1 being that I highly doubt the Padme' had an affinity with the Force so training her would not have been possible. # 2 is that Anakin should have already been in the armor. Still though, VERY entertaining and VERY well written. Keep it up.

Author: Isbeth
Date posted: 2/18/2004 10:28:04 AM
Isbeth's Comments:

Well written. Would have liked it better if Anakin was already Vader and he would have shot her, himself, however.

Author: Leia
Date posted: 2/18/2004 1:20:12 PM
Leia's Comments:

This was a great story. More! More! I love how you portrayed Padme and Anakin.

Author: SSH83
Date posted: 2/18/2004 5:08:36 PM
SSH83's Comments:

Wow. You know... chances are good that your story may be better than the most dramatic non-vfx scene in Episode 3, if Lucas' writing didn't improve since Ep1 and 2. XD

Author: Viari Skywalker  (signed)
Date posted: 2/18/2004 6:38:40 PM
Viari Skywalker's Comments:

Geo, I really loved this fic. What really struck me -- odd as it may seem -- was the ending, where Vader destroyed a starship to protect Padmé. I don't know what anyone else thinks, but I believe that was very in character for him. I love it when authors master a character like you've done. Your writing is superb. Excellent!

(Darthy Vader: that guy on the cover as's Anakin. That's Hayden Christensen, who played in Attack of the Clones. :P )

Author: Viari Skywalker  (signed)
Date posted: 2/18/2004 6:39:24 PM
Viari Skywalker's Comments:

Geo, I really loved this fic. What really struck me -- odd as it may seem -- was the ending, where Vader destroyed a starship to protect Padmé. I don't know what anyone else thinks, but I believe that was very in character for him. I love it when authors master a character like you've done. Your writing is superb. Excellent!

(Darthy Vader: that guy on the cover as's Anakin. That's Hayden Christensen, who played in Attack of the Clones. :P )

Author: Glitterknight
Date posted: 2/18/2004 8:49:18 PM
Glitterknight's Comments:

Yes. I also had tears in my eyes. So convincing, so real. This is more like how it should have been. Not that disapointing idea that Vader had something to do with how Padme died, as someone put in the spoilers section. It mirrors other Star Wars stories. It shows that Anakin still has good in him, and subconsciously he still does the will of the Force by letting her go. Of course he will not kill her! The dialogue is beautiful ...totally lifelike, realistic, feasible. And contrary ot what a lot of these unimaginative others say ,NO, Vader should NOT already be in his freakin' armor before he becomes the Dark Lord. And it totally jibes that before the Civil War, he would be this mysterious person whose name is spoken of in whispers. No one knows who he really is, that sort of thing. The part about the hood, Anakin's face, his change of personality after his conversion who says it has to be after the freakin' accident and the suit? He IS Vader before the suit, and IS the Dark Lord, and there has to be moments he would have shown his human face before the accident, and it only mnakes sense that he would spare padme's life provided she and her friends did not interfere with his Master's bidding that he so blindly believes in. His devotional service to the Dark Side is what changed him, not the freakin' accident. The accident just made him even more evil and less human, but that same mechanical persona ...don't you see? That was already beginning before the accident.
It does conflict with an idea of mine that part of why he and Obi-Wan fought was because he suspected Obi-Wan had something to od with Padme being missing. But that's OK, because I like this better! It's like he made a deal with his ex-wife to let her go feel urged to say to her "Go! Go! Don't question it, run!" She on her side, he on his. It proves his future [plan was still to kill Palpatine later, and rhymes with that.
Magnificent. And seeming like it really was in a past time too.
I hope it really is like this in the movie. THis is the best idea I have ever heard.
Of course Padme is going to know Anakin is Vader.

Author: RebelScum77
Date posted: 2/19/2004 5:10:44 AM
RebelScum77's Comments:

This was fabulous Geo. No wonder all the Defenders got excited about it! The characterization of Padme was excellent... and Anakin/Vader- that's not the popular opinion, but it makes so much more sense that way. I loved what you did with him. Beautifully written.

Author: Christopher
Date posted: 2/19/2004 5:53:42 AM
Christopher's Comments:

Very nice! I didn't realize how absorbed I was in your story until my virus scanner popped up and I got angry for a second :) Keep writing, that was very good!

Author: Jedieon
Date posted: 2/19/2004 6:30:44 AM
Jedieon's Comments:

An incredible story. It very much deserves to be formally published by LucasBooks. I hope to see it in a future issue of Star Wars Insider or a short story collection. This story adds rich, layered emotion and insight to perhaps one of the most pivotal and important aspects in the entire Star Wars saga: that of Anakin's turn to the dark side and the upheval (both emotion and physical) that it unleashes. It perhaps ranks along with Vader's revelation that he is Luke's father.
Hint, hint Mr. Lucas and Sally Shapiro: this one is a winner. Publish it!

Author: leia__naberrie  (signed)
Date posted: 2/19/2004 11:44:43 PM
leia__naberrie's Comments:

Padmé’s imponderable reserves of inner strength runs through this story from start to finish. Even crying on her knees in front of the man that used to be her husband, her spirit is unbroken. She is wounded, she is scarred, but even in the midst of her despair, her loyalty to those that serve her, more than to her own self, will continue to give her strength.

And as for the Dark Lord, he has reconciled himself to his destiny as the damned and yet the love that he denies is the crux of this entire story.

A story told with a strong sense of its characters.

Author: Mark Jade
Date posted: 2/20/2004 8:04:52 AM
Mark Jade's Comments:

Very good.. very well thought out and the characterzations were on the money.. great job.. I loved the ending where Anakin/Vader blew up the republic/empire ship.. I have enever been one to beleive Ankin would ever harm Padme' that the order for termination had to have come from Palpatine. She could bring him back from the darkside if anyone could. )besides Luke that is)


Author: Anakin Starkiller  (signed)
Date posted: 2/20/2004 2:16:47 PM
Anakin Starkiller's Comments:

That was fantastic. Very well done. I am glad to read it before events of Episode III can contradict anything. :)

For me the most powerful moment in this powerful story was when 'The Dark Lord' turned and said, "Don’t look back," with this we know that Anakin is in there somewhere still, with the same admonition at a final parting that was given him by Shmi.

I rated it a 10.

Author: LoRd V8eR
Date posted: 2/21/2004 8:47:28 AM
LoRd V8eR's Comments:

I love this story so much i want more and more!!! this story line is better than Lucas's. you portrayed Padme's character and Anikan's so well. I give it a 100 out of ten!!!

Author: LoRd V8eR
Date posted: 2/21/2004 8:51:19 AM
LoRd V8eR's Comments:

[Editor's Note: Posting even possible spoilers is not allowed.]

Author: VaderLVR64
Date posted: 3/24/2004 8:41:57 PM
VaderLVR64's Comments:

This story was so beautifully done, I don't know quite what to say. It had the gritty texture of a reality we don't want to acknowledge. I think this is a VERY good description of how Anakin/Vader could react in this situation. Superb!

Author: Padme_Skywalker2  (signed)
Date posted: 4/4/2004 1:33:47 PM
Padme_Skywalker2's Comments:

The best! very good! you gave the reader enough t hold onto. Just enough flickering love flame between Padme and Anakin, but not too much! perfect! You need to write another one! maybe a sequel! I'll look forward to it!

Author: solojones
Date posted: 4/30/2004 1:37:57 PM
solojones's Comments:

Once again, great writing from you! You make the incredibly strong emotions here so poignant. This line: 'She felt like an insect stuck on a pin when he looked at her.' was such a wonderfully written image. I knew exactly the kind of feeling you were describing. And the last line literally gave me chills.

Author: Nom Inal
Date posted: 6/17/2004 6:39:49 AM
Nom Inal's Comments:

A beautifully written narrative. Dialogue was exemplary and character development was superb. Unlike most of the other Fan Fiction authors, you have a true gift for story telling.

Author: Padme_Leia_Jaina14
Date posted: 6/17/2004 1:01:02 PM
Padme_Leia_Jaina14's Comments:

I LOVED IT!! I hope this will be the way Anikan and Padme part in EP3. Very Lovely work. I really like the way you could tell that he was still in love with her. I have to admit i was crying and i couldn't help but read it twice. Keep it up. It was a very touching story!

Author: Queen of Naboo
Date posted: 6/21/2004 9:23:25 PM
Queen of Naboo's Comments:

I liked it explains it well, But does Anakin kill Padme?

Author: RoyalJedi
Date posted: 8/6/2004 12:27:31 PM
RoyalJedi's Comments:

You made the readers see Padme's love for her Anakin, yet the hatred for her Dark Lord

Author: JediAlexD  (signed)
Date posted: 9/5/2004 10:39:08 PM
JediAlexD's Comments:

Truly a good read the story had heart and soul
Felt for Padme. nice work :)

Author: Allie
Date posted: 2/23/2005 3:28:48 PM
Allie's Comments:

Wow! geo3, this story is amazing. Extremely powerful! "Everything Ends" almost made me cry. I love it!!! Keep writing fan fictions. You are really good at it.

Author: PCBabySunribbon
Date posted: 4/11/2005 7:17:14 PM
PCBabySunribbon's Comments:

This is awesome. It really conveys the way that Vader's soul is trapped. Like in the legends with the wraiths and things bound to their master, he has no choice of action despite his feelings. A++!

Author: jill
Date posted: 4/16/2005 11:01:13 AM
jill's Comments:

I loved it. Very sad, very beautiful.

Author: Amy
Date posted: 5/31/2005 8:37:15 PM
Amy's Comments:

LOL I never read SW fic but this was... amazing. You made me cry. Well I got a bit misty. :)

Author: Bloodraven77  (signed)
Date posted: 7/24/2005 5:22:05 PM
Bloodraven77's Comments:

I really enjoyed this fic it certainly portrayed Anakin and Padme so well not ot mention beautiful reaction on Sabe's part I could totally see her doing that too! I really hope there is more to come of this tale at some point!

Author: Kerryn
Date posted: 1/16/2016 2:00:22 AM
Kerryn's Comments:

Heckuva good job. I sure apacpriete it.

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