Star Wars fixes controversial timeskip from ‘Attack of the Clones’

The next book of Star Wars explore more details about the time lapse that occurs at the end of the Episode II: Attack of the Clones, one of the most debated and controversial among the most punctilious fans. The first book in the Amidala series signed by E.K Johnston, Queen’s Shadow, was published in March 2019, exploring the inner workings of Padm’s transition from Queen on Naboo to Senator Galactica. The second novel, Queen’s Peril, was released in June 2020, serving as a prequel to the first book.

Now Queen’s Hope, which will be launched in April 2022, will take place mainly between Attack of the Clones and Episode III: Revenge of the Sith. Explaining its role in the galactic conflict of the Clone Wars and the origin of its marriage secret with Anakin Skywalker.

The origins of the marriage to Anakin Skywalker

Padm and Anakin’s marriage is seen at the end of the Episode II directed by George Lucas, but for years it has been debated what happened after the start of the Clone Wars and that moment. Now, on an excerpt from the book published in Star, we know more about the relationship between the two characters, which had been built throughout the film. However, after several assassination attempts, to protect Padm, Anakin is assigned as a bodyguard. While on Naboo, the two fall in love before ending up on Geonosis, where the Clone Wars break out and where Anakin loses his right arm in a fight with the Sith Lord who leads the Separatists and Independent Systems, the Count Dooku. After these events, the film flips over to Naboo sometime after the contest and shows Anakin Skywalker, now with a mechanical arm, and Padm marrying R2-D2 and C-3PO as the sole witnesses.

Thanks to the novel excerpt, it is revealed that the pair returned to Naboo shortly after the battle with the droid army, and while Padm recovers from her injuries, Anakin is adjusting to his mechanical arm. The short clip details Padm and Anakin’s individual experiences on the morning of their wedding day. Anakin visits a shrine for Qui-Gon Jinn, while Padm goes swimming in a lake before being visited by the Queen of Naboo, Jamillia. The Queen asks Padm to rescue five members of the Torada Collective who were trapped behind enemy lines when the war started. No doubt, The senator accepts the mission and recruits the Jedi promising that they will return in time for the ceremony that night.. Also, the excerpt details the exact moment Anakin knew he wanted to marry Padm, so more details of their relationship exist.

Anakin made the decision to marry Padm on Tatooine

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Apparently, Anakin made the decision of his life in the kitchen of his stepfather’s house on Tatooine while watching his stepbrother Owen and his wife Beru prepare lunch. On Vandal Random We have emphasized many times the role of the newer novels of Star Wars at canon development, as we have seen in the past. These types of products, sometimes unattractive to the average fan, end up being a veritable nest of details that complement what is seen in the movies and add new layers to the narrative, as the old Expanded Universe already showed us. If everything goes well, Queen’s Hope be the perfect clasp to close Padm’s bow before the tragedy that is consummated in Revenge of the Sith.

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Star Wars fixes controversial timeskip from ‘Attack of the Clones’

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