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YEP. And I now ship Alucard/Trevor buT THERE ARE LESS THAN 20 FICS ALL TOGETHER WHY.
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au where padme lives and raises her two children thinking that anakin died on mustafar and works behind the scenes in the rebellion

and anakin/vader thinks that he killed padme

and they both think the other is dead and vader hates the shadowy leader of the rebellion and padme hates the emperor’s black-suited attack dog

i just have a lot of ideas about this idk

Obi-Wan, exchanging a long glance with the camera a la The Office. “Skywalkers.”
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Hey, who would accept my perverted idea of ​​writing a very hot threesome about Graves / Tina / Newt?
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Obi-wan and Anakin cuddling on a couch together. “I have to tell you a secret,” Obi-wan says, snuggling closer to whisper in Anakin’s ear: “I’m in love with your wife.”

“You know,” Anakin replies dryly, “I think I kind of figured that out when you married us, you ridiculous man.” He smiles and leans in to kiss his husband.

“Anakin.” Padme tells the younger man seriously as she perches on his lap. “I need to tell you something.” She leans forward. “I’m in love with your husband.”

Anakin nuzzles her ear. “Wanna know a secret?” He responds, grinning. “So am I.”
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Hellooooooooooooo, Nony! 

Are you here on behalf of your fellow demon, Anakin Skywalker? Are you trying to convince me to write about the tortured and painful love he develops for a pious man of the cloth, Obi-Wan Kenobi? Are you looking for a looooong slow burn between them? Something where Anakin is redeemed by the love of a charming, sensitive and perhaps deeply wounded Priest Kenobi?

Orrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr perhaps, for our ObiAniDala fans, a world where Padme is indeed an angel, a Seraphim made of fire and the Words of God. She destroys injustice with a single swing of her fiery blade and she advocates for the lost, the forgotten and the forsaken before the great heavenly princes of the Sephirot. 

She comes across our favorite holy man at his darkest moment, perhaps at the nadir of his life before seeking redemption and peace through service to the Almighty. Perhaps she took the form of a friendly woman, someone Ben could talk to, lean on, someone who understood what it was like to have the love of your life ripped from you arms by a cold, unfeeling world and tell you to move on as if your heart was still beating and your lungs were still working. 

Humans are so easy to love, Padme tells herself. Like Anakin. No. He’s nothing like Anakin. 

Human lives are so short. He will be dead soon. Padme tells herself, laughing at his jokes and eating takeout with him. Anakin is as immortal as she is, not that she has seen him since the Fall, since she lost him. 

One human cannot possibly be enough, Padme tells herself, even as she knows she is falling, failing, again. He will never replace my Ani. He cannot. 

But somehow, none of that seems to matter. 

He is so kind and caring. So charming and gentlemanly. And his smile makes her toes curl and her body ache to pull him into her arms and kiss that smug little smirk off his face.

They are spending a happy afternoon discussing a book they are reading together, sitting cozily on the couch and laughing at shared jokes when there is a knock on the door and the world turns on its head.

“Where is he? Where is the karking Putti that’s been hanging around you? I can smell that feathered bastard on you! You belong to me!” a familiar snarl comes from the foyer and Padme finds herself draw, inexorably against her will towards the arguing voices.

“I do not belong to you! And what the hell is a putti? It this more of your nonsense? You cannot keep barging in here whenever you like!” An offended angry huff.

“You do too belong to me!” a furious snarl and the sounds of a passionate kiss. “Don’t worry, Ben. I won’t do anything… permanent to the little chubby pain in the ass. I’ll just scare him off? P-Padme?”

She stares into the eyes of her long lost love, her beautiful and broken Fallen One. “Anakin? What are you doing here?”

Ben promptly passes out because even the most pious and devout of believers can only handle so much angelic and demonic energy. 

Angel and Demon let out a simultaneous cry of dismay and rush to his side. 

Later, when he’s come back around, Ben will be stunned to find that not only is Anakin’s “Nonsense” real but that Padme has wings to boot. 

What do you think, Nony? 

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okay folks help me write

these are the aus I have buzzing around my head

- The Grief Verse - Darth Vader was a clone of Anakin Skywalker, then they find Anakin Skywalker, everyone cries

- Fly Hard - Anakin is the John McClane of the Star Wars universe and he’s so sick of this shit, he can’t even tell you

- ‘The World Has Turned Around Again’ - Anakin is caught in a loop of the worst day of his life

- ‘How To Make Friends And Save The Galaxy: The Anakin Skywalker Method’ - Anakin starts reading self-help books, saves everyone and Annoys Obi Wan

OK OK the third one. Is this like an Order 66-As-Groundhog Day AU? Anakin keeps waking up to the same song on his alarm clock, etc? He has to keep re-doing the day over and over until he FINALLY gets every single sequence of events “right” and the universe is saved?

HOLY CRAP, this is hilarious and I love this. Oh man. I have Thoughts. So like, there goes Obi-Wan, off to fight Grievous, and Anakin has to find a way to talk him out of it so that he can keep his buddy by his side and Fight Evil. 

He tries SO. MANY. TIMES. Forcibly holding him back. Feigning an illness. Kissing him passionately on the mouth. Spilling out everything about Palpatine and the War and Pregnant Padme to try and convince him to stay (Obi-Wan assumes Anakin’s had a nervous breakdown that time around due to war-related stress, and Anakin ends that version of the day in a Jedi Hospital.) 

Also I feel like Anakin probably ends up fucking up and ending up as a Darksider a good percent of the time, and then – BAM – he wakes up back at the beginning again, all “…oh shit, I became Darth Vader again that time. Ugh. What is wrong with me?”

YES THAT
except there’s also the days he snaps and kills everyone just in case that works, the days he gets therapy because why the fuck not, the days he graffitis the Temple, the day he kissed Mace Windu just to see the look on his face…
basically by the time he sorts himself out and figures out what’s needed to be done, it’s been a looooong time

A+++. Oh God, the opportunities for comedy. 

The day he shows up to the Council meeting stark naked. The day he just doesn’t even get out of bed because FUCK THIS HE IS SO SICK OF THIS GODDAMN FUCKING DAY. He dip-kisses Padme in front of the Senate. 

The day he finally gets it right takes ages to construct. He’s speechless when he wakes up the next morning (finally, blessedly ON THE ACTUAL NEXT DAY) next to his pregnant, peacefully-sleeping wife (and possibly also Obi-Wan,) with the newspaper on Padme’s apartment doorstep proudly proclaiming ANAKIN SKYWALKER EXPOSES CORRUPT CHANCELLOR, BALANCES FORCE.

What I’m trying to say is I like this idea.

Y’ALL I’VE BEEN PINING FOR THIS FIC FOR MONTHS IN THE TAGS just imagine that post with Palps starting it on that “Have you heard of Plagueis the Wise?” speech and GoundhogDay!Anakin, out of fucks to give, just fucking slaying him with that quippant “Ya the Jedi Archives say his apprentice is a lil bitch” PLEASE

This is such a great fic idea because there can be the ACTUAL overall story (i.e. how Anakin gets stuck on the same day, and has to keep getting better at it until eventually he saves the galaxy,) but it can ALSO spin off ENDLESS additional side fics about any given ONE of the “repeated” days: 

The day Anakin goes to the Council meeting and gives a huge speech detailing out every single thing the Council doesn’t know yet, and how “by the end of the day I’m gonna be a Sith Lord and you’ll all pretty much be dead” while everyone is just like 😐 while occasionally casting side glances at Obi-Wan because CONTROL YOUR PADAWAN HIS BRAIN HAS OBVIOUSLY BROKEN

The day he dramatically drops to one knee and asks Obi-Wan to marry him because he’s seriously running out of ideas to get him to NOT leave to kill Grievous and he figures it’s worth a shot (he actually attempts this a few times: one time they end up in a fistfight, three or four times Obi-Wan nearly dies of embarrassment and ends up leaving anyways because he’s like “um ok that is…very nice, I guess, Anakin…but I still have to go save the Galaxy, can we talk about this later?” and one time they actually DO get married but the galaxy still ends up ruined, in part because Anakin gets so distracted with the whole eloping-to-Space-Vegas thing that he forgets to save the rest of the universe from darkness. Oops.)

The day he goes to find Ahsoka and Rex, and ends up fighting Robo-Maul on Mandalore, with Hilarious Results. 

The day Anakin just flat-out quits everything and teaches himself guitar (he gets pretty good and writes terrible songs)

He shaves his head, but does everything else 100% the same. Somehow things end up going even worse than they did in the original canon story. (He’s so pissed. He was SURE he was on to something there.)

“He shaves his head”! Lol Padme probably just kicks him out of her apartment and closes the door in his face and the day goes downhill from there.

He gets so bored that he spends several same-day weeks shadowing Mace Windu to know every seconds of his day, only to then spend a loop following him and narrating out loud everything that happens to him a few seconds before it does, just to freak him out.

He probably has the “I’m reliving this day” argument with Obi-Wan over and over again until one day he convinces him unexpectedly. By saying all Obi-Wan’s responses with him. And correctly predicting when Mace Windu will sneeze down to the second.

He kills Palpatine. The day resets. He kill Palpatine again, deals with the contingency plan triggered with his death, and triggers another. Reset. There’s like, thirty layers of contingencies, including that really creepy Palpatine clones, in three different places across the Galaxy

He kills the Separatist Council and takes over the Confederacy, only to announce that his terms for peace. It’s a three-way marriage to unite CIS, Republic and Jedi Order. The funniest thing, after the twentieth repeat or so, his manifesto gets eloquent enough that people start taking him seriously.

He finally kills Palpatine for good, deals with ALL of his backup plans, and then the day resets ANYWAY. So he does it again, but this time declares himself Emperor and forces the Senate to pass a bill banning sand.
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My name is Anakin Skywalker; my mother was Salvation Shmi Skywalker. Her blood runs through my veins. 

Doodling my Pirates of the Caribbean (in space!) AU I’m thinking up. Shmi liberated slaves, hence earning her the name Salvation Shmi; Anakin wasn’t aware of what she was up to because she got him out of slavery before she freed herself.

Instead of the weird PotC trilogy love triangle, Anakin and Padmé agree to seduce Obi-Wan into their marriage. They’re all trans, and Anakin’s black because I said so. 

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“Mermaid Crowns” by Chelseas Flowercrowns

Chelsea started as a florist in Melbourne, Australia when she was a teenager and has always been passionate about nature and floristry. She then began to create flowercrowns to cover her scar on her forehead, which was a result of an incident when she was just a baby. At the time flowercrowns were just beginning to be sold in shops, however majority of other crowns lacked detail and individuality. Chelsea saw this as an opportunity to not only create crowns for herself, but for others around her who wanted something different yet beautiful.

Over time, she expanded her range to Mermaid Crowns which have taken the world by storm. Her Mermaid Crowns allow girls alike to be the mermaid they always dreamed of since being a little girl.

Follow her journey via social media, and if you would like to access your inner Ariel, purchase a crown from her shop or etsy.

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Remember the Star Wars merfolk AU? Where Anakin loves making crowns for his two beloveds?
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Dream sharing au where the three of them are able to meet each other while dreaming and grow up knowing little things like Obi-wan’s fear of spiders (giant arachnids!) or Padme’s low key anxiety of falling out of her Senate pod, as well as bigger things like Anakin’s nightmares about his mother’s death.  
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i had to… it was on my mind all day
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How to never stop being sad - Dandelion Hands

It’s even more tragic when you recall that he killed them (or was the major cause in their death, depending on your perspective) himself.
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Oh, well, in a happy threesome AU, the trio would be a well-oiled functioning team so as soon as they landed on Vader’s ship, they’d get the lay of the land and realize that something’s Not Right. When Vader sees them, he probably thinks they’re a hallucination or a dream or something. Here’s two of his favorite people, both alive and within reaching distance, but they’re with a version of him that’s not in a suit, who looks healthy and happy? This obviously must be a dream.

The happy trio kind of go with it.

Until one of the stormtroopers come along and freak out about the strangers on board and Vader realizes that they’re real and has them arrested. He can’t bear to throw Padme into a cell, though, so he orders them all put into one of the guest rooms, though shackled and under heavy guard.

Anakin’s the first to figure out that Vader is his evil twin and he’s determined that the way out of this is to appeal to the more logical members of their trio: this universe’s Padme and Obi-Wan.

So the next time Vader comes to try to intimidate them into answering his questions (it’s not going anywhere), Anakin says “We want to talk to Obi-Wan and Padme. Where are they?”

Vader explodes and throws Anakin against the wall and is like “Padme is DEAD.” Then he watches as this Padme - this miraculously alive and well Padme who’s not his, who’s got some white mixed in within her brown hair now, older than his own Padme ever got to be (because of him) - rushes over to the other version of himself and he both envies and loathes his other self, for still having what he’s lost.

“I’m alright,” Anakin reassures Padme from where he’s collapsed on the ground. Vader wonders if this is what he would look like if he wasn’t confined to his suit: older, hair starting to go gray at the temples, wrinkles around his eyes but still light on his feet.

“What do you mean, Padme’s dead?” Obi-Wan asks and he’s still got that cultured accent, that lilt in his tone. He’s got a head full of white hair but he holds himself straight and tall and he’s still in top fighting form. If Vader stares a little too hungrily at him, well, the mask is good for some things. He wonders if that’s how the Obi-Wan of this world looks like now.

“Hey,” Anakin snaps. “Eyes above the waist, buddy. You can ogle your own Obi-Wan.”

Vader snarls. He’s had enough of these memories of things he could have had. He stomps out of the room without another word.

He can’t stay away though, not really. Not when he never thought he’d see Padme again, not when his own search for Obi-Wan has been so frustratingly fruitless. So he does go back. In a couple of days, after a particularly vexing holocall with his Master.

This time, it’s Padme who speaks first and she says, “We want to help you find Obi-Wan.”

Vader rears back in surprise. “What?”

“We’ll help you find your Obi-Wan,” she repeats. “You said that I died in this universe, but you didn’t say anything about Obi-Wan, so he’s still alive, right? But Anakin and Obi-Wan can’t find him on board this ship and going by your….well, your everything, the two of you must not be in contact so either you’ve never met or you’re separated for some reason.”

“He betrayed me!” Vader says. “He left me to die on a volcano and he put me in this suit! I’ve been looking for him for almost two decades and haven’t found him. He’s a wily old coot!”

“Well,” Anakin says with a wry look at his own Obi-Wan, “he is that.”

Obi-Wan rolls his eyes.

“Luckily,” Anakin continues, “we have an Obi-Wan here who can help us figure out where your Obi-Wan went. Since they’re basically the same person.”

“With vastly different life experiences, though,” Obi-Wan cautions.

“Depending on when the divergence happened,” Anakin says. To Vader, he continues, “But in order to do that, you’ll have to tell us everything that’s happened.”

“Why would you help me?” Vader asks suspiciously.

“Because this world is fucked up,” Anakin says bluntly. “And we want to get home and Obi-Wan’s the smartest person I know, especially when it comes to Force-related shenanigans. He is the Master of the Order, after all. So the Obi-Wan of this world would be our best chance of figuring out how to fix this. He might also be able to help you fix all this, too.” Anakin gestures at their surroundings but Vader knows he’s including the whole universe in that.

Vader thinks back on the past two decades under Sidious’ rule, thinks back at the transmission from his Master ordering him to go to Scarif, to chase after a couple of Rebel infiltrators. 

He scoffs, internally. He knows what the Rebels are after; they know that there’s a weakness in the construction of the Death Star. But even if they can pinpoint it, there isn’t anyone who can hit it. No one besides him. 

Let them get the plans. He’s going after bigger fish.

“Okay, then, old man. Let’s see how much like Obi-Wan you really are,” he says.

Obi-Wan just arches his brow at him and oh, that brings back memories.

“Once again, eyes above the waist, buddy,” Anakin says, this time with just a hint of a smirk.

Vader wants to kill himself.
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Apparently, at least in the EU, Palpatine wasn’t lying when he said that Anakin killed Padme. When he Force-choked her, he damaged her trachea. The robots who were treating her on Polis Massa were unfamiliar with human anatomy and physiology and weren’t able to detect and treat it, leading to her death. 

I don’t know if this still holds true for the new canon, but fuck, right in my Anidala feels. 

Oh, but now this makes me want something where Obi-Wan reacts to the droids saying she’d ‘lost the will to live’ by going ‘that’s not like Padme’ and checking her over with the force, and discovering the damage - and he’s not good enough at force healing to completely fix the damage, but he’s good enough at it to keep her alive while the droids are reprogammed and can actually help her- but doing so causes a force bond between them. Vader wakes up and discovers he didn’t kill his wife - but only because Obi-Wan Kenobi saved her…

Cue Vader obsessively stalking them both….(Can this also be an AU where Anakin does not get burned to shit and ends in Obianidala?)

@hamelin-born What do you think?

This sounds like an excellent set up for a three-way Force Bond. Which is - probably all but unprecedented; the three of them are essentially making it up as they go along.

But I would bet hard currency that the establishment of the three-way Force Bond and Obi-Wan saving Padme flips Vader from homicidal possessiveness to - well, homicidal possessiveness, as focused squarely on Padme and Obi-Wan. Obi-Wan, after all, is his. He saved Padme. He didn’t attack when he had the opportunity to seriously wound and/or kill Lord Vader. He was there when the twins were born. Obi-Wan has proven, though word and action, that he cares and Vaderkin is not going to let him go.

Of course, he has to catch the man first.

Oooh, three way force bond, yessss… Vaderkin is just like - whelp, i now have a husband as well as a wife. The force gave him to me. \The force killed Qui-Gon to give him to me. He’s mine. That bit in the Darth Vader comics where he finds out about Luke and goes ‘he will be mine. It will all be mine’? it’s like that, but constantly. Padme and Obi-Wan are his. The children are his. The galaxy will soon be his…

And with a force bond, there’s no way Padme and Obi-Wan can hide on Tattooine - they’d have to keep running, and running, and running - and it’s wearing them down…How do you think Obi-Wan felt when he first saw that he was wanted only alive, like Padme?

Especially if he can sense the homicidal possessiveness through the force bond, and starts to realise what it means…

Well, Vader and Obi-Wan had a Force Bond - leftover from their time as Master and Apprentice - and ‘Old Ben’ Kenobi managed to hide from his former student for approximately twenty years. And in the comics - well, Vader was very interested in tracking down Obi-Wan Kenobi. So it might not be quite that simple.

Obi-Wan probably felt a sick sense of horror, because he could think of so many things that were much, much worse then death. Though I imagine that his jaw would drop when he saw the marriage license that Vaderkin had filed on his behalf - lo and behold, Obi-Wan Kenobi is now legally married to to Padme Naberrie and Darth Vader (aka Anakin Skywalker). 

…I imagine that Padme is also taken aback by that for several minutes before shock transmutes into exasperation. Because of course Anakin would do something exactly like this.

Obi-Wan probably very quickly works on teaching Padme shielding. Because, at this point, because she has never had any need for being taught how to shield herself off from a Force Bond, due to being non-Force sensitive, she is the weak link in their attempts to hide from Vaderkin. Once Padme has shielding down, though, Vader’s attempts to find them become more difficult. 

There were so many horrible things that went through Obi-Wan’s mind when he saw that. Being tortured for information on the location of any other surviving Jedi, for any information on the fledgling Rebellion, being forced to Turn….

The marriage license definitely sends him for a loop. Although, given the horrible, slick, black feeling of possessiveness that he is still able to feel from his suppressed Force bond with Anakin, he reflects that he really shouldn’t have been surprised. 

Padme is just so done with you, Anakin. So, so done. 

(Sorry for the late response. I haven’t been feeling so hot this week and then I promised I’d take my little sister to see Lego Batman today (which was freaking amazing and hilarious)).

I think it’s fanon that Padme is at least slightly Force-sensitive - not enough for training or flashy visual effects, but enough to be slightly sensitive.

Part of Obi-Wan’s training probably included him using their own Force-Bond as an example - gently brushing the edges of her mind so she would know what it felt like, tugging, ever-so-carefully, on the link between them - once Padme had a better grasp of what was inside her head and what wasn’t part of her, it went a lot quicker. …and if, in the process, she gained a better understanding of who Obi-Wan was, from the inside-out, the grief burning beneath the man’s skin - well.

Obi-Wan and Padme probably shared a glass of something extremely alcoholic and (sarcastically) toasted to their marriage. The Wedding License that Vaderkin had dug up was a three-way one, meaning that they’re all married to each other - rather then both of them simply being married to Lord Vader. 

Do you think that Obi-Wan and Padme would split up? I rather doubt it; to begin with, they probably had to travel together for a while as Obi-Wan taught Padme how to shield. And after that - well. It might not have been safety in numbers, but Padme probably had had a first-hand glimpse of how much Obi-Wan was hurting, how pretty much everyone he has ever cared with - ever shared any kind of connection with, be it ‘normal’ or a Force-Bond inspired one, has either died, left, or betrayed him. In an odd way, Padme is the last person he cares about who has done none of the above, although he fully expects her to either hate him or leave at the first opportunity.

Padme, perhaps, might choose not to leave him.

If she does, she will unique in that she’s the first person in forever who has chosen him. (Obi-Wan has always been the second choice, never the first. He’s grown used to it.)

I think that Luke and Leia still might end up separated on Alderaan and Tatooine; for one, in those first, frantic months, Padme and Obi-Wan could not take the risk of Vader tracing their Force Bonds back and finding them. Later on - later on, the twins were established. The twins were safe, and if Vader was chasing them, he was not looking for the children. (He did not know the child’s gender. He did not know how many of them there were. Luke and Leia were safest far, far away from Padme and Obi-Wan).
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7. Do you regret loving either of them? Please answer with yes or no only.

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Apparently, at least in the EU, Palpatine wasn’t lying when he said that Anakin killed Padme. When he Force-choked her, he damaged her trachea. The robots who were treating her on Polis Massa were unfamiliar with human anatomy and physiology and weren’t able to detect and treat it, leading to her death. 

I don’t know if this still holds true for the new canon, but fuck, right in my Anidala feels. 

Oh, but now this makes me want something where Obi-Wan reacts to the droids saying she’d ‘lost the will to live’ by going ‘that’s not like Padme’ and checking her over with the force, and discovering the damage - and he’s not good enough at force healing to completely fix the damage, but he’s good enough at it to keep her alive while the droids are reprogammed and can actually help her- but doing so causes a force bond between them. Vader wakes up and discovers he didn’t kill his wife - but only because Obi-Wan Kenobi saved her…

Cue Vader obsessively stalking them both….(Can this also be an AU where Anakin does not get burned to shit and ends in Obianidala?)

@hamelin-born What do you think?

This sounds like an excellent set up for a three-way Force Bond. Which is - probably all but unprecedented; the three of them are essentially making it up as they go along.

But I would bet hard currency that the establishment of the three-way Force Bond and Obi-Wan saving Padme flips Vader from homicidal possessiveness to - well, homicidal possessiveness, as focused squarely on Padme and Obi-Wan. Obi-Wan, after all, is his. He saved Padme. He didn’t attack when he had the opportunity to seriously wound and/or kill Lord Vader. He was there when the twins were born. Obi-Wan has proven, though word and action, that he cares and Vaderkin is not going to let him go.

Of course, he has to catch the man first.

Oooh, three way force bond, yessss… Vaderkin is just like - whelp, i now have a husband as well as a wife. The force gave him to me. \The force killed Qui-Gon to give him to me. He’s mine. That bit in the Darth Vader comics where he finds out about Luke and goes ‘he will be mine. It will all be mine’? it’s like that, but constantly. Padme and Obi-Wan are his. The children are his. The galaxy will soon be his…

And with a force bond, there’s no way Padme and Obi-Wan can hide on Tattooine - they’d have to keep running, and running, and running - and it’s wearing them down…How do you think Obi-Wan felt when he first saw that he was wanted only alive, like Padme?

Especially if he can sense the homicidal possessiveness through the force bond, and starts to realise what it means…

Well, Vader and Obi-Wan had a Force Bond - leftover from their time as Master and Apprentice - and ‘Old Ben’ Kenobi managed to hide from his former student for approximately twenty years. And in the comics - well, Vader was very interested in tracking down Obi-Wan Kenobi. So it might not be quite that simple.

Obi-Wan probably felt a sick sense of horror, because he could think of so many things that were much, much worse then death. Though I imagine that his jaw would drop when he saw the marriage license that Vaderkin had filed on his behalf - lo and behold, Obi-Wan Kenobi is now legally married to to Padme Naberrie and Darth Vader (aka Anakin Skywalker). 

…I imagine that Padme is also taken aback by that for several minutes before shock transmutes into exasperation. Because of course Anakin would do something exactly like this.
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Apparently, at least in the EU, Palpatine wasn’t lying when he said that Anakin killed Padme. When he Force-choked her, he damaged her trachea. The robots who were treating her on Polis Massa were unfamiliar with human anatomy and physiology and weren’t able to detect and treat it, leading to her death. 

I don’t know if this still holds true for the new canon, but fuck, right in my Anidala feels. 

Oh, but now this makes me want something where Obi-Wan reacts to the droids saying she’d ‘lost the will to live’ by going ‘that’s not like Padme’ and checking her over with the force, and discovering the damage - and he’s not good enough at force healing to completely fix the damage, but he’s good enough at it to keep her alive while the droids are reprogammed and can actually help her- but doing so causes a force bond between them. Vader wakes up and discovers he didn’t kill his wife - but only because Obi-Wan Kenobi saved her…

Cue Vader obsessively stalking them both….(Can this also be an AU where Anakin does not get burned to shit and ends in Obianidala?)

@hamelin-born What do you think?

This sounds like an excellent set up for a three-way Force Bond. Which is - probably all but unprecedented; the three of them are essentially making it up as they go along.

But I would bet hard currency that the establishment of the three-way Force Bond and Obi-Wan saving Padme flips Vader from homicidal possessiveness to - well, homicidal possessiveness, as focused squarely on Padme and Obi-Wan. Obi-Wan, after all, is his. He saved Padme. He didn’t attack when he had the opportunity to seriously wound and/or kill Lord Vader. He was there when the twins were born. Obi-Wan has proven, though word and action, that he cares and Vaderkin is not going to let him go.

Of course, he has to catch the man first.
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prequel trio │padme amidala, anakin skywalker & obi wan kenobi

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Oh my, is this the famous Negotiator lost for words?

Anyway this was not how Obi Wan expected his evening to go but he’s not complaining.

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