A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away…
Queen Amidala, her protector Caption Panaka and three of her five handmaidens have escaped Naboo and the Trade Federation with help from Jedi Knights Qui-Gon Jinn and Obi-Wan Kenobi. Amidala, under the disguise of a handmaiden, has followed Qui-Gon and the droid Artoo-Detoo to the town Mos Espa with her handmaiden Sabe impersonating her back on her ship. They have found the parts they need to fix Amidala's ship but cannot pay for them. While at the junk shop where they found the parts, Amidala met the owner Watto's slave Anakin who invited the three strangers shelter for the sandstorm that was approaching. That night, Anakin told the strangers about the pod race coming up and said if he won then he would give them the prize money to buy their parts. Anakin's mother Shmi didn't approve but allowed her son to enter the race since he survived all the other races he entered. But the Force has a plan for the young queen of Naboo and they began that night…
Padme sighed. It had been merely hours since she left Naboo and yet it felt like days. Her people were at risk but she couldn't stay because that would be putting her at risk and she would be of no help to her people if she was captured. Unable to sleep, Padme decided to go outside. The sandstorm had ended hours ago so she knew it was safe. As she walked towards the door, she heard a beeping. She turned and saw the astromech droid Artoo-Detoo coming after her. Padme smiled. That droid was the most passionate one out of all the droids on her ship so she should have expected him to follow her.
"I'll be fine Artoo." Padme told the droid. Artoo didn't believe it at all so Padme relented, "You can watch me alright?" The droid agreed, knowing he couldn't convince the stubborn queen otherwise. Padme shook her head. Artoo wasn't just passionate. He was stubborn. Almost as stubborn as the young queen herself. Padme walked out of the house, made sure Artoo stayed back and walked towards a small mound that faced the two Tatooine suns during the day and the three moons during the night. Padme sighed. She was worried. For her people, for her friends and her family that was still on Naboo. Most people thought of her as the most mature 14 year old they know and while they may be right, that put a lot of pressure on Padme, more then they know, and causes her to worry about her people, friends and family more then she knows she should. And now she had to place her trust and her people's safety in a 9 year old boy. Suddenly, sand started to rise around Padme. What the? She thought when it began to rise faster until she couldn't see. She heard Artoo's frantic beeping but she couldn't focus enough to understand him. Then, she felt herself being lifted off the ground as the sand began to spin around her. It became thicker and Padme couldn't see at all. She cried out and closed her eyes tightly.
Padme felt like she was lying on ground but she couldn't open her eyes. It felt like the hot Tatooine suns were shining in her eyes. Then, she heard beeping. Familiar beeping and a voice. A man's voice.
"Come here my little friend." The man said, "Don't worry about him. He'll be fine." Seconds later, a boy spoke,
"Ben? Ben Kenobi?"
"It's not wise to travel the Jundland Wastes lightly." The man, Ben, said, "Tell me. What brings you out here, young Luke?" The boy, Luke, answered,
"This little droid. I think he's searching for his former master but I've never seen such passion in a droid before." Passion? Padme thought, Could that be Artoo? "He claims to be searching for an Obi-Wan Kenobi." Luke continued, "Do you know him by chance? Was he a relative of yours?" Why would Artoo be searching for Obi-Wan? Padme thought.
"Obi-Wan?" Ben said after a pause. "That's a name I haven't heard in a long time."
"So you do know him?" Luke asked him.
"Of course I know him." Ben said, "He's me." Padme's eyes shot open but she was blinded by bright light.
"Agh!" she cried out.
"What was that?" Luke asked.
"Stay here." Ben said. Minutes later, Padme felt the light being blocked from her eyes and a hand on her shoulder. She opened her eyes and gasped. Above her was an old man. She sat up and stared into the man's eyes, something holding her to that spot. "Padme?" the man asked. Then, Padme gasped,
"Obi-Wan?" Obi-Wan smiled at his old friend. "How are you old?" Padme asked calmly.
"Padme you aren't in your time." Obi-Wan explained. When Padme gave him a confused look, he clarified, "You've been sent 32 years forward in time."
Well, that's the beginning. I'm sorry if the intro confuses you but I couldn't think of a good way to start this so that's how I solved that problem. Hope you like the beginning and I plan to continue this but I've got two stories I'm already working on for the TV show Once Upon a Time so I might not be able to update often. Sorry this chapter's so short but the next chapters will be longer. Anyway, this is my first Star Wars story so wish me luck and please review! Ps you guys decide: should I let Obi-Wan live or die? Later.