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I was not elected to watch my people suffer and die while you discuss this invasion in a committee!
~ Padmé Amidala to the Galactic Senate.
So this is how liberty dies... with thunderous applause.
~ Padmé Amidala during the Declaration of the new order.
Obi-Wan… there is good in him… I know. I know there is… still…
~ Padmé Amidala's last words before her death.

Padmé Amidala (born Padmé Naberrie, later secretly Padmé Amidala-Skywalker) is a major character in the Star Wars franchise and the tritagonist of the Star Wars prequel trilogy. She also appeared as a major character in both the Star Wars: The Clone Wars movie and TV series of the same name as the film, as well as a posthumous character in the final film of the original trilogy Return of The Jedi.

She is the secret wife of Anakin Skywalker, mother of Luke Skywalker and Princess Leia Organa, mother-in-law of Han Solo and maternal grandmother of Ben Solo. Originally the queen of Naboo, Amidala was dedicated in helping the world and standing against the Separatists.

She was portrayed by Natalie Portman, who also played Novalee Nation in Where the Heart Is, Evey Hammond in V For Vendetta, Nina Sayers in Black Swan, Isabel in Your Highness, Jane Foster in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, and Lena in Annihilation.

In The Clone Wars film and television series, Disney Infinity 3.0, she was voiced by Catherine Taber, who voices voices Lori Loud in The Loud House and The Casagrandes, and also voiced Leia Organa in other media, Mission Vao in Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic, Female Jesse in Minecraft: Story Mode, and another Star Wars character, Numa, in the tv series Star Wars: The Clone Wars.

In the Japanese dub of the series, she was voiced by Maaya Sakamoto, who also voiced Akito Sohma in Fruits Basket, Merlin in The Seven Deadly Sins, Obanai Iguro in Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba, and Ling Xiaoyu in the Tekken series.


Physical Appearance

Padmé is a beautiful, slender, and reasonably muscular young woman. She has dark brown hair, which has been done into dozens of different styles, and brown eyes. Padmé has worn a huge variety of robes and dresses to suit various occasions, such as a red gown as Queen and blue dress during Anakin's mission to rescue his mother on Tatooine, as well as an iconic white battle suit whose upper section gets torn in half by a nexu.


  • Expert Markswoman: Able to survive the Battle of Geonosis while many Jedi couldn't, Padmé has outgunned bounty hunters such as Aurra Sing.
  • Expert Combatant: Like all of her handmaidens, Padmé was put through rigorous physical and mental training by Captain Panaka, including martial arts.
  • Peak Human Condition: Despite being a teenage politician, Padmé has been shown to be at peak-physical condition. In real life, Padmé would be regarded as superhuman. Despite being a normal human, Padmé has shown to be fast, strong, durable, and agile enough to be able to keep up with Jedi Knights during the Battle of Geonosis.
  • Peak Human Senses: Padmé's senses are enhanced to perfection. She has shown to be able to react to things in the same way as Jedi Knights were during the Battle of Geonosis.
  • Peak Human Strength: Even at the age of 14 Padmé has displayed feats of strength that are almost superhuman. She was able to render a Nexu unconscious with a single blow, decapitate an LEP servant droid with a kick, and climb all the way up a 20ft tall or more pillar in a matter of seconds while holding a chain. Her strength extends to her leaping ability. While behind droids, she leaped an astounding 25–30ft with no exertion. The highest vertical jump, in real life, was 147.7cm; or 5ft. This means that, theoretically, she is at least 5-6 times more powerful than Olympians.
  • Peak Human Metabolism: Through intensive training, Padmé has perfect metabolism.
  • Peak Human Healing & Immunity: While she is not invulnerable, Padmé's body can heal many times faster than an ordinary human. Despite being scratched by a Nexu, Padmé never received permanent scarring. In fact, the scratches were fully healed by the time of their wedding, which took place one day after the event. Her body is strongly resilient to disease. Because of her strong healing abilities, she ages slower than most.
  • Peak Human Durability and Endurance: Padmé's durability and endurance are rather remarkable. In fact, her durability is arguably her superhuman attribute, allowing her to survive a high versatile of injuries with relative ease. She endured the training of Quarsh Panaka which is impressive because only a few elite members of the Naboo Royal Security Forces were able to accomplish. She fell out of a LAAT/i gunship at a height of 50ft or more and got up very quickly to pursue Count Dooku. This was after the Battle of Geonosis and she didn't even break a sweat. She was able to jump onto an animal from a 20ft or more height unaffected despite landing on her ciltriosis. Her most impressive durability feat is when a Nexu scratched her back. A Nexu was able to destroy humans with a single swipe and the Nexu was only able to leave superficial scratches on her skin to the point where she didn't even leave a single drop of blood and was able to completely ignore this; casually landing on another animal from a 20ft or more height. And despite being pregnant, Anakin's enraged force choke didn't affect her body as the medical droids stated she was in perfect health, proving that although she is not force sensitive like other members of her family, her durability allowed her to become virtually invulnerable to force based attacks.
  • Peak Human Speed: She has been able to surprise B1 battle droids with her speed and she took out a group of B1 battle droids and they couldn't react in time. During the Battle of Geonosis, Padmé was able to move so quickly that she survived while many Jedi didn't.
  • Genius level intellect: Padmé's mental capabilities are at the peak of human potential. She has perfect recall and was appointed a junior senatorial aide at only 8 years old and was later elected to the Legislative Youth Programme of the Senate at a mere 12 years old, a feat which even Leia Organa wouldn't accomplish till the age of 16. Was elected Queen of Naboo at 14. Made it through the training of Quarsh Panaka and came out of it a somewhat capable tactician, skilled martial artist, skilled marksman, capable pilot, and even a highly capable spy and master of disguise. Chancellor Palpatine, himself a genius and master manipulator, held her intelligence in high regard. He even considered her intellect and political skills a threat to his plans and actively tried to dissuade her from key senatorial committees.


While Padmé's durability is arguably superhuman, allowing her to take high falls, crippling cuts and Force attacks with little discomfort, her psychological abilities are lacking, dying in childbirth due to her lack of willpower. While considerably more durable than even many Jedi, and as physically strong, she lacks skill with a lightsaber, and has no sensitivity with the Force.


Padmé was well-loved for her kind and self-sacrificing nature - evident in her care and concern for all her people - regardless of their status. She even bore a close relationship with her handmaidens and unlike many Senators, also maintained contact with her Monarch, Queen Jamillia. From a young age, she exhibited great maturity and rarely indulged in personal desires, such as romance, denying the affection and attention of Ian Lago, with the reasoning that Naboo needed her more than he did. She was strong-willed and passionate, making her a persuasive and inspirational speaker - a skill which would later reveal itself in her speeches as a Senator - and most especially when she actively opposed the violence related to the Clone Wars. Noticeably, throughout the Clone Wars she would rely on her immense durability to either outlast opponents, or to escape, instead of using more violent methods.

Padmé’s compassion and empathy seems boundless. She wholeheartedly cares for everyone in the galaxy and constantly plumps for diplomacy over violence, believing that everyone deserves to be heard even if she doesn't agree with them. She remains good friends with Mina Bonteri even after she secedes to the Separatists – who tried to have Padmé assassinated numerous times – and is very caring towards her subordinates. She is especially a continual source of kindness and support to Anakin right from the moment they meet. Even when he becomes Darth Vader and almost strangles her to death, she still believes there's good in him.

Padmé's firm belief in democracy and genuine care for her people easily won her the election as Queen of Naboo, unable to deny her people's needs, she accepted Jamillia's invitation to become Senator after her two terms as Queen ended. Her popularity allowed her to retain several privileges usually restricted to the monarch of Naboo during her time as a Senator - such as allowing her ships to be chrome-plated.

Padmé's strong will and self-restraint were an initial stumbling block in her relationship with Anakin Skywalker, initially, she blatantly refused to allow any romantic involvement as she felt that a relationship between the two of them would go nowhere and would endanger both of their futures, she saw how difficult it would be, and how greatly it had the potential to ruin both their lives, thus, though it was not easy for her to accept, she attempted to force Anakin to see her perspective and respect her decision, however, under near-fatal circumstances - when she believed she was about to die - she saw no harm in admitting her true feelings and so expressed her love for Anakin. Upon their unexpected survival - she and Anakin could no longer deny their love. However, once married, and still well-aware of the risks attached, she kept her relationship with Anakin a secret.

Due to the nature of their respective positions within the Senate and the Jedi Order - lengthy separation periods were unavoidable, and although pained by these long separations, Padmé endured this hardship with silence, patience and strength, knowing and understanding fully their respective responsibilities and the magnitude thereof, She had much faith in Anakin and his celebrated skills, yet still worried for his safety.

Her belief in him became even more evident when she began to believe him over the Jedi High Council when he told of their manipulations of him to use him as a spy for their own purposes, she was reluctant to even believe Obi-Wan Kenobi, a close friend of theirs, when he told her of Anakin's dark deeds under Palpatine. To reassure herself that what he had said was not true, she traveled to Mustafar to ask Anakin herself. When her husband confirmed her worst nightmares, she still refused to believe that he could not come back to the light and urged him to do so. Even at her death, Padmé continued to have faith in her husband, speaking of the "good" that still resided within him. Many years later, her son would come to manifest this belief, when Darth Vader would turn on his Sith Master in order to save his son, and in so doing, would redeem himself.

During her reign as Queen and her time serving as a Senator, Padmé presented herself as an advocate for the Gungans, who were among the natives of Naboo. Relations between the humans and Gungans were precarious at best, and it was during the duress presented by the invasion of the Trade Federation that Padmé managed to unite the two groups against a common enemy. She and Gungan Boss Rugor Nass achieved a level of mutual respect, which she carried even for his successor, Boss Lyonie. Padmé strove ceaselessly to ensure that minority groups, such as the Gungans, would carry a voice in the intergalactic Senate, and her constant admirable efforts in favor of her people could not be denied.

Much like her husband, Anakin, Padmé was rebellious, headstrong, reckless, impulsive, kind, caring, and selfless, and she also had a strong sense of justice, honor, and good morals; of course, like her husband, she despised lying and deception, from her friends, allies, and enemies alike. However, she was far more forgiving than Anakin, as she quickly forgave people in general, particularly Obi-Wan, for constantly lying to her or deceiving her, although she once lied to Obi-Wan that she was going to end her relationship with Anakin. She would do this on Naboo; this was to prevent him from figuring out that Padmé was going to marry Anakin. Despite this, she was a generally honest person.


Early life

She was born in a mountain village on Naboo 46 years before the events of Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope (1977), Padmé Naberrie became known successively by her Name of State as Princess Amidala of Theed, later becoming Queen Amidala of Naboo and Senator Amidala of the Galactic Republic, who adheres to the principles of democracy and rule of law.

Star Wars: Episode I - The Phantom Menace

She makes her first film appearance in The Phantom Menace. She is introduced as the recently elected 14-year-old queen of Naboo, dedicated to ending the planet's occupation by the Trade Federation. She attempts to deal directly with Federation Viceroy Nute Gunray, who attempts to force her to sign a treaty which would legitimize the Trade Federation's occupation of Naboo. Padmé escapes from Naboo with the help of Jedi Master Qui-Gon Jinn and Padawan Obi-Wan Kenobi, but they are forced to land on the desert planet of Tatooine. Disguised as a handmaiden, Padmé meets nine-year-old slave Anakin Skywalker and his mother Shmi. Anakin gives her a hand-carved charm on a leather necklace called a japor snippet. She witnesses Anakin win the Podrace at the Boonta Eve Classic that both aids her mission to Coruscant and secures his freedom.

Arriving on Coruscant, Padmé consults with Senator Palpatine, who encourages her to appeal to the Senate to resolve Naboo's dispute with the Trade Federation. Palpatine persuades her to make a motion in the Senate to have Supreme Chancellor Valorum removed from office, which later enables Palpatine to be elected in his place. (She is unaware that he is in fact the Sith lord Darth Sidious, and is responsible for the crisis.) Padmé returns to Naboo to fight for her planet's freedom, enlisting the aid of Jar Jar Binks' Gungan warriors and having the handmaiden Sabé pose as her. As Sabé attempts a peace deal between Naboo and the Gungans, Padmé intervenes and reveals her true identity. The Gungans agree to help and offer a diversion to lure the droid armies away from the palace. Once in the palace, Padmé's forces storm the throne room and capture the Viceroy, ending the trade blockade of Naboo once and for all. She attends Qui-Gon's funeral, he was killed by Darth Maul at the Hanger's complex chamber after Obi-Wan was separated from the duel due to one of the laser shield gates leading to the chamber and has them presumably deactivate or remove them. A celebration is held to announce the unity between Naboo and the Gungans.

Star Wars: Episode II - Attack of The Clones

Padmé Amidala is the dueteragonist of the second film and makes her second film appearance in Attack of the Clones, which is set a decade later. Now holding office as Senator following her term as queen, she represents Naboo in the Galactic Senate and leads a faction opposed to the Military Creation Act that would create an army of clones for the Republic, which has been threatened by a growing Separatist movement. As she arrives on Coruscant to cast her vote, assassins hired by the Trade Federation make an unsuccessful attempt on her life. Jedi Knight Obi-Wan Kenobi and Padawan Anakin Skywalker are assigned to protect Padmé. Chancellor Palpatine sends Padmé into hiding on Naboo, where she and Anakin struggle to maintain a platonic relationship despite their obvious mutual attraction. In a deleted scene, she introduces Anakin to her parents (Ruwee and Jobal Naberrie) and informs him of her charitable work with the Refugee Relief Movement, a galaxy-wide disaster relief and resettlement organization.

When Anakin has a vision of his mother in danger, Padmé accompanies him to Tatooine in a failed attempt to rescue Shmi from a band of Tusken Raiders. Anakin returns with Shmi's body and tearfully confesses to Padmé that he slaughtered the entire tribe in retribution for killing her. Padmé is troubled by what Anakin has done, but nevertheless comforts him. After they receive a message from Obi-Wan on the planet Geonosis, Padmé and Anakin rush to the Jedi Knight's aid, only to be captured themselves and condemned to death in a Geonosian coliseum by Separatist leader and Sith Lord Count Dooku. They declare their love to each other, and are saved at the last minute by Jedi Masters Mace Windu and Yoda leading an army of Jedi and clone troopers, thus marking the opening salvo of the Clone Wars. Afterwards, Padmé and Anakin are married in a secret ceremony on Naboo witnessed by the droids R2-D2 and C-3PO.

Star Wars: Episode III - Revenge of The Sith

Padmé Amidala is one of the main characters and makes her third and final film appearance in Revenge of the Sith, which is set three years later. After Anakin returns from a battle, she informs him that she is pregnant. Padmé watches with increasing suspicion as Supreme Chancellor Palpatine turns into a dictator, using the Clone Wars to amass vast emergency powers and gain control over the Senate and judiciary. In another deleted scene, Padmé is seen as a dissenter in Palpatine's government and an early constituting member of the Alliance to Restore the Republic, joined by senators Bail Organa, Mon Mothma and Bana Breemu. Meanwhile, Padmé detects changes in Anakin after he begins having dreams about her dying in childbirth. Eventually, these fears lead to Anakin turning to the dark side of the Force and becoming Palpatine's Sith apprentice, Darth Vader.

As Palpatine declares martial law by transforming the Republic into the Galactic Empire, Padmé remarks to Organa: "So this is how liberty dies - with thunderous applause." After Palpatine names himself Emperor for life, Obi-Wan informs Padmé that her husband has turned to the dark side and killed everyone in the Jedi Temple. Reluctantly refusing to believe this, Padmé travels to the volcanic planet Mustafar (with Obi-Wan stowing on board her ship). Padmé begs Vader to escape Palpatine's grasp and flee with her, but Vader insists that, together, they can overthrow Palpatine and rule the galaxy. Padmé recoils in horror, but still tries to persuade Vader to come back. When Obi-Wan emerges from her ship, Vader in the harshest irony accuses Padmé of betrayal and uses the Force to choke the very woman for whom he had sold his soul to cherish - into unconsciousness but however she survives as Anakin could not crush her neck due to her immense resilience.

After Obi-Wan defeats Vader in a lightsaber duel, he brings Padmé to the secret asteroid base Polis Massa. Despite efforts of medical droids, Padmé dies after delivering twins, Luke and Leia, having lost the will to live due to a broken heart by how far Anakin has turned to the dark side.

Just prior to her death, Padmé tells Obi-Wan she knows "there is still good" in Vader (something which his son Luke exploited later on to redeem him).

After her body is altered to appear still pregnant, Padmé is given an elaborate funeral ceremony on Naboo. Thousands of mourners watched as her body, decked in a gown she received from Anakin when they were young, passed through the streets of Theed. The japor snippet given to her by her husband rested in her folded hands as she was laid to rest. Her twins were later separated to be hidden from Vader and the Emperor's grasp: Leia is adopted by Senator Organa and his wife Queen Organa on Alderaan to be raised as a princess, while Luke is brought to Tatooine to be raised by Vader's step-family, Owen and Beru Lars.

Star Wars: Darth Vader: Immortal

Taking place between the end of Revenge of the Sith and Rogue One, Darth Vader finds an descendant to an ancient blood line to assist with his mission to bring back his Wife Padmé Amidala from the dead. On this mission the descendant is warned not to help him and learn her hidden powers of the Jedi force. As Vader is attempting to bring Padmé Amidala back the descendant interferes and the life forces of the people Vader was stealing was destroyed in resurrecting his wife back and he fights the descendant. She defeats Vader by destroying the relic that was used in the mission.

Star Wars: Darth Vader

Padmé Amidala is the main focus in the Star Wars: Darth Vader Comics, the comics take place after The Empire Strikes Back when he tries and fails to turn his son to the dark side.Darth Vader goes to his home planet ,he has flashbacks of meeting his wife and the tender moments they shared before they got married.He goes to Coruscant and explores the penthouse apartment that he shared with Padmé to find any clues about her death. As find looks for clues, he discovers something that he never expected was possible. He looks at a woman who looks exactly his beloved wife. She apparently doesn’t remember who he is and he realizes that she isn’t Padmé but her former handmaiden and best friend Sabé. She is also looking for the truth about Padmé Amidala‘s death. They work together to defeat the creatures that swamp them and they decide to go to Padmé home planet Naboo. They find their way to the lake house that he and Padmé got married at and have brief encounter with old allies of Padmés and they all go to the archives. They discover an hologram meeting of Sabé with former allies of Padmé swearing to get revenge on whoever killed their former queen, who they believe is Darth Vader. He escapes the ambush and goes exploring and defeats another ambush of a group of Padmé's allies and finds her tomb. He stares at her statue that is designed from her reign as Queen. He is greeted by all of Padmé's handmaidens who are guarding their former queen’s grave. He defeats them but let’s them live, He walks to the entrance and in a glass case he sees the pendant that he made for her when he was a boy. Wanting his answers he uses the force to open his wife’s tomb door. He walks towards her stone coffin and opens it just enough for him to retrieve an hologram device that will hopefully hold the answers that he wants. More of his wife’s avengers try to stop him but they don’t succeed. They go to Polis Massa, they go to the medical maternity ward and Vader senses that Padmé was laying here. The droid that has been accompanying him finds the nurse droid but it barely has any function. The droid is able to access its memory bank and a hologram plays of Padmés final moment.Vader sees her after she has given birth to their son and unknowingly their daughter. He hears her last words and it pierce his emotions. He returns to his emperor who asks him if his business is done and he senses that he conflicted.



  • Star Wars: Episode I - The Phantom Menace (1999)
  • Star Wars: Episode II - Attack of the Clones (2002)
  • Star Wars: Episode III - Revenge of the Sith (2005)


  • The Phantom Menace: Web Documentaries (1999, 1 episode)
  • The Stars of 'Star Wars': Interviews from the Cast (1999)
  • R2-D2: Beneath the Dome (2001)
  • Troldspejlet (2002, 1 episode)
  • Nexus VI (2015)
  • The Drunken Peasants (2015-2016, 2 episodes)


  • Star Wars: Episode II - Attack of the Clones: Deleted Scenes (2002)



  • Star Wars Insider (28 appearances)
  • MAD (10 appearances)
  • Cracked (1 appearance)
  • Twisted Toyfare Theatre (3 appearances)
  • Mad Special (1998, 1 appearance)
  • Star Wars: Episode I: Queen Amidala (1999, 1 appearance)
  • Star Wars Tales (1999, 4 appearances)
  • Star Wars: Episode I: Qui-Gon Jinn (1999, 1 appearance)
  • Star Wars: Episode I Obi-Wan Kenobi (1999, 1 appearance)
  • Star Wars: Episode I: The Phantom Menace (1999, 1 appearance)
  • Star Wars: Episode I Anakin Skywalker (1999, 1 appearances)
  • Star Wars: Episode I: The Phantom Menace (1999, 5 appearances)
  • Manga Star Wars: The Phantom Menace (1999-2000, 2 appearances)
  • MAD XL (2000-, 1 appearance)
  • Star Wars: Episode I Adventures (2000, 1 appearance)
  • Star Wars: Republic (2002, 3 appearances)
  • Star Wars: Empire (2002, 3 appearances)
  • Star Wars: Tales (2002), 4 appearances)
  • Official Star Wars Fact File (2002, 3 appearances)
  • Star Wars Hasbro/Toys "R" Us Exclusive (2002, 1 appearance)
  • Star Wars: Episode II - Attack of the Clones (2002, 4 appearances)
  • Star Wars: The New Essential Guide to Characters (2002, 1 appearance)
  • Star Wars: The New Essential Guide to Vehicles and Vessels (2003, 1 appearance)
  • Modern Masters (2003-, 1 appearances
  • Art Fantastix (2003, 1 appearance)
  • Star Wars: Empire (2004-, 1 appearance)
  • Star Wars: Obsession (2004, 2 appearances)
  • Star Wars: Clone Wars Adventures (2004-, 2 appearances)
  • Star Wars: Clone Wars (2004-, 1 appearance)
  • Star Wars: Episode III: Revenge of the Sith (2005, 1 appearances)
  • Star Wars Ultimate Visual Guide (2005, 1 appearance)
  • Star Wars: Episode III: Revenge of the Sith (2006, 4 appearances)
  • Star Wars Visionaries (2006, 1 appearance)
  • Star Wars: The New Essential Guide to Droids (2006, 1 appearance)
  • Star Wars: Tag and Bink II (2006, 1 appearance)
  • Star Wars: Tag & Bink Were Here (2006, 1 appearance)
  • Star Wars: Dark Times (2006-07, 2 appearances)
  • Twisted Toyfare Theatre 10th Anniversary Collection (2007, 1 appearance)
  • MAD for Decades: 50 Years of Forgettable Humor from MAD Magazine (2007, 1 appearance)
  • Star Wars Jedi vs. Sith: The Essential Guide to the Force (2007, 1 appearance)
  • Star Wars: Episode II: Attack of the Clones (2008, 1 appearance)
  • The Art of Marc Silvestri (2008, 1 appearance)
  • Complete Star Wars Encyclopedia (2008, 1 appearance)
  • Star Wars Omnibus: Emissaries and Assassins (2009, 1 appearance)
  • Star Wars Omnibus: Menace Revealed (2009, 1 appearance)
  • Star Wars: Darth Vader and the Lost Command (2011, 5 appearances)
  • Star Wars Omnibus: The Complete Saga - Episodes I Through VI (2011, 1 appearance)
  • Star Wars: Darth Vader and the Lost Command (2011, 1 appearance)
  • Star Wars Omnibus: Clone Wars (2012, 2 appearances)
  • Book of Sith: Secrets From the Dark Side (2013, 1 appearance)
  • Star Wars Comic (2014, 1 appearance)
  • Princess Leia (2015, 1 appearance)
  • Star Wars Legends Epic Collection: The Empire (2015, 1 appearance)
  • Ultimate Star Wars Characters ● Creatures ● Locations ● Technology ● Vehicles (2015, 1 appearance)
  • Darth Vader (2015-16, 3 appearances)
  • Star Wars Character Encyclopedia, Updated and Expanded (2016, 1 appearance)
  • Star Wars: Episode I - The Phantom Menace (2016, 1 appearance)
  • Star Wars: Episode II: Attack of the Clones (2016, 1 appearance)
  • Star Wars: Heroes For A New Hope (2016, 1 appearance)
  • Star Wars: Episode III: Revenge of the Sith (2016, 1 appearance)
  • Star Wars: Rogue One: The Ultimate Visual Guide (2016, 1 appearance)
  • Star Wars Legends Epic Collection: The Clone Wars (2016, 1 appearance)
  • Star Wars: The Prequel Trilogy: A Graphic Novel (2017, 1 appearance)
  • Darth Vader (2017, 4 appearances)
  • Star Wars Legends Epic Collection: Rise of the Sith (2017, 1 appearance)
  • Star Wars Adventures Ashcan (2017, 1 appearance)
  • Star Wars: Darth Vader: Dark Lord of the Sith: Imperial Machine (2017, 1 appearance)
  • Star Wars Adventures (2017-19, 3 appearances)
  • Star Wars Forces of Destiny-Ahsoka & Padmé (2018, 1 appearance)
  • Star Wars: Mace Windu (2018, 1 appearance)
  • Star Wars: Jedi of the Republic: Mace Windu (2018, 1 appearance)
  • Star Wars: Forces of Destiny (2018, 1 appearance)
  • Star Wars: Tag & Bink Were Here (2018, 1 appearance)
  • Star Wars: Darth Vader: Dark Lord of the Sith: The Burning Seas (2018, 1 appearance)
  • Darth Vader Annual (2018, 1 appearance)
  • Star Wars - Forces du Destin (2018, 1 appearance)
  • Star Wars: Age of Republic - Padmé Amidala (2019, 1 appearance)
  • Star Wars Adventures: Mechanical Mayhem (2019, 1 appearance)
  • True Believers: Star Wars: Darth Vader (2019, 1 appearance)
  • Star Wars: Age of Republic: Heroes (2019, 1 appearance)
  • Star Wars Adventures Annual 2019 (2019, 1 appearance)
  • Star Wars Nouvelles Aventures (2019, 1 appearance)
  • Star Wars: Age of Republic (2020, 1 appearance)
  • Star Wars Adventures: Defend the Republic (2020, 1 appearance)
  • Star Wars Adventures: The Clone Wars-Battle Tales (2020, 1 appearance)
  • Star Wars: Darth Vader (2020-21, 6 appearances)
  • Star Wars Adventures: The Clone Wars-Battle Tales (2021, 1 appearance)



  • Star Wars: Episode I - The Phantom Menace (1999)
  • Star Wars: Episode I - The Gungan Frontier (1999)
  • Star Wars: Yoda's Challenge (1999)
  • Star Wars Episode I (2000)
  • Star Wars: Episode I - Jedi Power Battles (2000)
  • Star Wars: Super Bombad Racing (2001)
  • Star Wars: Galactic Battlegrounds (2001)
  • Star Wars: Obi-Wan (2001)
  • Star Wars: Episode II - Attack of the Clones (2002)
  • Star Wars: The Clone Wars (2002)
  • Star Wars: Jedi Math (2005)
  • Star Wars: Episode III - Revenge of the Sith (2004)
  • LEGO Star Wars: The Video Game (2005)
  • LEGO Star Wars II: The Original Trilogy (2006)
  • LEGO Star Wars: The Complete Saga (2007)
  • Star Wars The Clone Wars: Republic Heroes (2009)
  • LEGO Star Wars III: The Clone Wars (2011)
  • Star Wars: Galaxy of Heroes (2015)
  • LEGO Star Wars: The Force Awakens (2016)
  • Vader Immortal: A Star Wars VR Series - Episode III (2019)
  • Vader Immortal: A Star Wars VR Series - Episode I (2019)
  • LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga (2021)


...more to come...


Now, Viceroy, we'll discuss a new treaty!
~ Padmé Amidala after capturing Nute Gunray
Perhaps now you will allow the Republic to use your trade routes, and hostilities can come to an end.
«Agreed. A treaty is in order.»
~ Padmé closes negotiations with Jabba the Hutt


  • In Angry Birds Star Wars 2, Padmé is portrayed by Stella, the Pink Bird. Her ability is to push objects away with a push beam. She is first introduced in Stage 3: Battle Of Naboo and appears in subsequent boss fights. Also, after her husband Anakin turns to the dark side, Padmé isn't seen dying, but is last seen crying as she, Obi-Wan, and her children leave the planet Mustafar.
  • In LINE Webtoon's version of Star Wars trilogy, the person whom Darth Vader - now redeemed as Anakin Skywalker - thought of in the final moments of his life was Padmé.

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Fritz the Cat | Winston Schwartz | Duke the Crow | Shame | Hugo the Hippo | Sultan | Jorma | Avatar | Elinore | Weehawk | Necron 99/Peace | Sean | Larn | Princess Teegra | Darkwolf | Crysta | Pips | Batty Koda | Zak Young | Beetle Boys | Richard Tyler | Adventure, Horror & Fantasy | The Pagemaster | Anastasia Romanov | Dimitri | Vladimir | Pooka | Bartok | Zozi | Olive | Martini | Cale Tucker | Akima Kunimoto | Joseph Korso | Gune | Stith | Ginger | Rocky Rhodes | Babs | Bunty | Mac | Fowler | Nick and Fetcher | Manny | Sid | Diego | Scrat | Roshan | Nadia | Runar | Dougal | Zebedee | Florence | Dylan | Brian | Ermintrude | Train | Rodney Copperbottom | Fender Pinwheeler | Cappy | Crank Casey | Piper Pinwheeler | Lug | Diesel | Wonderbot | Aunt Fanny | Bigweld | Ellie | Crash and Eddie | Yankee Irving | Homer Simpson | Marge Simpson | Bart Simpson | Lisa Simpson | Maggie Simpson | Santa's Little Helper | Milhouse Van Houten | Krusty the Clown | Waylon Smithers | Lindsey Naegle | Nelson Muntz | Scratchy | Philip J. Fry | Turanga Leela | Bender Bending Rodríguez | Nibbler | Dr. Zoidberg | Professor Farnsworth | Amy Wong | Hermes Conrad | Kif Kroker | Calculon | Candy | Cubert J. Farnsworth | Dr. Cahill | Dwight Conrad | Smitty | URL | Yancy Fry Sr. | Horton the Elephant | Morton the Mouse | Jane Kangaroo | Rudy Kangaroo | Niko | Julius | Wilma | Saga | Buck | Peaches | Momma Dino | Baby Dinos | Kamala | Daniel Dolphin | Mr. Fox | Mrs. Fox | Kylie Sven Opossum | Ash Fox | Kristofferson Silverfox | Clive Badger | Blu | Jewel | Rafael | Pedro | Nico | Luiz | Linda Gunderson | Tulio Monteiro | Fernando | Eva | Kipo | Louis | Shira | Fuzzy | Jonni | Grug Crood | Eep Crood | Guy | Ugga Crood | Thunk Crood | Sandy Crood | Gran | Dawn Betterman | Phil Betterman | Hope Betterman | Belt | Douglas | Chunky | Mary "MK" Katherine | Nod | Ronin | Queen Tara | Nim Galuu | Turbo | Chet | Whiplash | Burn | Patchi | Alex | Juniper | Mr. Peabody | Sherman | Penny Peterson | Carla | Bia | Tiago | Eduardo | Aunt Mimi | Roberto | Felipe | Red Macaw Tribe | Charlie | Hiccup Horrendous Haddock III | Toothless | Astrid Hofferson | Stormfly | Fishlegs Ingerman | Meatlug | Snotlout Jorgenson | Hookfang | Ruffnut Thorston | Tuffnut Thorston | Barf and Belch | Stoick the Vast | Gobber the Belch | Valka | Eret | Manolo Sánchez | Maria Posada | Joaquín Mondragon | La Muerte | Candlemaker | Xibalba | Skipper | Private | Kowalski | Rico | Classified | Eva | Short Fuse | Corporal | Oh | Tip Tucci | Pig | Lucy Tucci | Captain Smek | Officer Kyle | Charlie Brown | Linus van Pelt | Snoopy | Sally Brown | Lucy Van Pelt | Peppermint Patty | Marcie | Po | Shifu | Tigress | Monkey | Viper | Crane | Mantis | Mr. Ping | Oogway | Julian | Brooke | Teddy | Gavin | Gertie | Roger | Queen Poppy | Branch | Bridget | King Gristle Jr. | DJ Suki | Cooper | Biggie | Mr. Dinkles | Guy Diamond | Smidge | Boss Baby | Tim Templeton | George Beard | Harold Hutchins | Captain Underpants | Ferdinand | Nina | Paco | Lupe | Una | Dos | Cuatro | Valiente | Bones | Angus | Guapo | Maquina | Bunny | Chief | Atari Kobayashi | Rex | King | Duke | Boss | Spots | Tracy Walker | Professor Watanabe | Lance Sterling | Walter Beckett | Marcy Kappel | Lovey | Ron | Barney Pudowski | Savannah Meades | Rich Belcher | Noah | Ava | Graham Pudowski | Donka Pudowski | Marc Weidell

Live-Action Films
The Girl | George Taylor | Nova | Dr. Zira | Dr. Cornelius | Caesar (Original) | Benji | Brad Majors | Janet Weiss | Eddie | Robert Thorn | Luke Skywalker | Leia Organa | Han Solo | Chewbacca | C-3PO | R2-D2 | Obi-Wan Kenobi | Ellen Ripley | Jones | Yoda | Lando Calrissian | Gillian Bellaver | B.J. Browning | Jackie Howard | Mr. Higgins | Jim Craig | Ewoks | Jessica Harrison | Spur | Mr. Harrison | Clancy | Cpl. Dwayne Hicks | Newt | Dutch | Westley | Princess Buttercup | Inigo Montoya | Fezzik | John McClane | Mike Harrigan | Edward Scissorhands | Kim Boggs | Kevin McCallister | Kate McCallister | Peter McCallister | Old Man Marley | Pigeon Lady | Mark Evans | Susan Evans | Daniel Hillard | Miranda Hillard | Jack Traven | Harry Temple | Richard Tyler | Adventure, Horror & Fantasy | The Pagemaster | Zeus Carver | Steven Hiller | David Levinson | Thomas Whitmore | Patricia Whitmore | Dylan Dubrow-Hiller | Casper | Chris Carson | Tim Carson | Ghostly Trio | Jack Dawson | Rose DeWitt Bukater | Fabrizio De Rossi | Tommy Ryan | Alex Pruitt | Wendy | Witch Sisters | Anakin Skywalker | Padmé Amidala | Qui-Gon Jinn | Mace Windu | Jar Jar Binks | Christian | Captain Leo Davidson | Krull | Stu Miley | Scar | Garfield | Odie | Jon Arbuckle | Liz Wilson | Arlene | Nermal | Persnikitty | Louis | Del Spooner | Sonny | Susan Calvin | Alfred Lanning | Prince XII | Winston | Smithee | McBunny | Nigel | Claudius | Preston | Bolero | Eragon | Saphira | Brom | Arya Dröttning | Larry Daley | Nick Daley | Dr. McPhee | Theodore Roosevelt | Attila the Hun | Sacagawea | Ahkmenrah | Dexter | Rexy | Jedediah | Octavius | Easter Island Head | Lucy McClane | Alvin Seville | Simon Seville | Theodore Seville | Dave Seville | Goku | Bulma | Master Roshi | Chi-Chi | Yamcha | Grandpa Gohan | Shenron | Ian Hawke | Tom Pearson | Jake Pearson | Hannah Pearson | Sparks | Art Pearson | Lee Pearson | Bethany Pearson | Brittany Miller | Jeanette Miller | Eleanor Miller | Anita Lesnicki | Jake Sully | Neytiri | Grace Augustine | Norm Spellman | Tsu'tey | Trudy Chacon | Max Patel | Amelia Earhart | General Armstrong Custer | Giant Octopus | Abraham Lincoln | The Thinker | Able the Space Monkey | Percy Jackson | Grover Underwood | Annabeth Chase | Sally Jackson | Poseidon | Zeus | Chiron | Marmaduke | Carlos the Cat | John "Hannibal" Smith | B.A. Baracus | Faceman Peck | H.M. Murdock | Lemuel Gulliver | Horatio | Princess Mary | King Theodore | Queen Isabelle | Darcy Silverman | Tom Popper | Caesar (Reboot) | Rocket | Maurice | Cornelia | Buck | Andy | Will Rodman | Caroline Aranha | Charles Rodman | Andrew Detmer | Matt Garetty | Steve Montgomery | Jack McClane | Pi Patel | Richard Parker | Tyson | Clarisse La Rue | Rainbow | Sir Lancelot | Tilly | Laaa | Trixie | Blue Eyes | Cornelius | Luca | Ash | Malcolm | Ellie | Alexander | Kemp | Foster | Sphere | Sphere's species | Phineas T. Barnum | Charity Barnum (The Greatest Showman) | Phillip Carlyle (The Greatest Showman) | Lettie (The Greatest Showman) | Anne Wheeler | Jenny Lind (The Greatest Showman) | Gary "Eggsy" Unwin | Harry Hart | Roxy Morton | Merlin | Mark Watney | Rain Lao | Jake Morrison | Jacob Portman | Miss Peregrine | Emma Bloom | Enoch O'Connor | Olive Abroholos Elephanta | Bronwyn Bruntley | Fiona Frauenfeld | Hugh Apiston | Claire Densmore | Horace Somnusson | The Twins | Bad Ape | Lake | Nova | Tequila | Champagne | Ginger Ale | Alita | Hugo | Dyson Ido | Dr. Chiren | Alex | Bedders | Kaye | Lance | Merlin | Roy McBride | Sarah Connor | Carl | Grace Harper | Dani Ranos | Buck | John Thornton | Perrault | Francoise | Sled Team | Carol | Ghost Wolf of Dreams | Guy | Millie Rusk | Walter McKey | Buddy | Mouser

See Also
Alien vs Predator Heroes | Alvin and the Chipmunks Heroes | Amblin Entertainment Heroes | American Dad! Heroes | American Crime Story Heroes | American Horror Story Heroes | Blue Sky Heroes | Buena Vista International Heroes | Bob's Burgers Heroes | Casper the Friendly Ghost Heroes | Die Hard Heroes | Disney Heroes | DreamWorks Heroes | Dr. Seuss Heroes | Family Guy Heroes | Fantastic Four Heroes | Ferdinand Heroes | Free Guy Heroes | Futurama Heroes | Garfield Heroes | Ice Age Heroes | Isle of Dogs Heroes | Jack London Heroes | Kingsman Heroes | Lucasfilm Heroes | Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Heroes | Narnia Heroes | Night at the Museum Heroes | Planet of the Apes Heroes | Pannonia Film Studio Heroes | Rick Riordan Heroes | Rio Heroes | Ron's Gone Wrong Heroes | Ralph Bakshi Heroes | Star Wars Heroes | The French Dispatch Heroes | The Grand Budapest Hotel Heroes | The Great North Heroes | The Simpsons Heroes | Tim Burton Heroes | X-Men Heroes | X-Men Movie Heroes

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Animated Features
Littlefoot | Cera | Ducky | Petrie | Spike | Littlefoot's Mother | Grandma and Grandpa Longneck | Marianne | Bog King | Dawn | Sunny | Fairy King | Sugar Plum Fairy | Imp | Pare

Live-Action Films
Luke Skywalker | Leia Organa | Han Solo | Chewbacca | C-3PO | R2-D2 | Obi-Wan Kenobi | Yoda | Lando Calrissian | Indiana Jones | Marion Ravenwood | Sallah | Marcus Brody | Ewoks | Willie Scott | Short Round | Sarah Williams | Toby Williams | Hoggle | Ludo | Sir Didymus | Ambrosius | Worm | Wiseman | The Hat | Howard the Duck | Beverly Switzler | Phil Blumburtt | Dr. Walter Jenning | Willow Ufgood | Madmartigan | Elora Danan | Sorsha | The High Aldwin | Henry Jones Sr. | Anakin Skywalker | Padmé Amidala | Qui-Gon Jinn | Mace Windu | Jar Jar Binks | Mutt Williams | Harold Oxley | George McHale | Rey | Finn | Poe Dameron | BB-8 | Maz Kanata | Rose Tico | Amilyn Holdo | Zorii Bliss Jannah |

See Also
Indiana Jones Heroes | Labyrinth Heroes | Star Wars Heroes

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High Republic Era
Avar Kriss | Bell Zettifar | Burryaga Agaburry | Elzar Mann | Keeve Trennis | Orla Jareni | Reath Silas | Stellan Gios | Tera Sinube | Vernestra Rwoh | Yaddle | Yarael Poof | Yoda

Republic Era
Aayla Secura | Adi Gallia | Agen Kolar | Ahsoka Tano | Anakin Skywalker | Barriss Offee | Byph | Cal Kestis | Caleb Dume | Cere Junda | Cin Drallig | Depa Billaba | Eeth Koth | Even Piell | Ganodi | Gungi | Ima-Gun Di | Jinx | Jocasta Nu | Kalifa | Katooni | Ki-Adi-Mundi | Kit Fisto | Luminara Unduli | Mace Windu | Mavra Zane | Nahdar Vebb | O-Mer | Obi-Wan Kenobi | Petro | Plo Koon | Qui-Gon Jinn | Quinlan Vos | Saesee Tiin | Shaak Ti | Sifo-Dyas | Tera Sinube | Yaddle | Yarael Poof | Yoda | Zatt | Zett Jukassa

Rebellion Era
Cal Kestis | Eeth Koth | Ezra Bridger | Kanan Jarrus | Luke Skywalker | Obi-Wan Kenobi | Quinlan Vos | Yoda

Resistance Era
Leia Organa | Luke Skywalker | Rey

Galactic Republic
Subsidiary Organizations
501st Legion | Clone Commandos | Clone Force 99 | Clone Trooper Sergeants | Delta Squad | Senate Guards

Bail Organa | Finis Valorum | Jamillia | Jar Jar Binks | Kharrus | Mon Mothma | Neeyutnee | Onaconda Farr | Padmé Amidala | Riyo Chuchi

Clone Troopers
Axe | Bly | Boil | Boost | Broadside | Clone Force 99 (Hunter | Wrecker | Tech | Echo) | Cody | Contrail | Cutup | Droidbait | Fil | Fives | Fordo | Fox | Gregor | Hevy | Howzer | Jek | Jesse | Jet | Keeli | Kix | Retired trooper | Rex | Rys | Sinker | Stone | Waxer | Wolffe

Asajj Ventress | Bo-Katan Kryze | Cham Syndulla | Chewbacca | Cut Lawquane | Fenn Rau | Galen Erso | Admiral Ackbar | Gregar Typho | Hondo Ohnaka | Julia | King Katuunko | Korkie Kryze | Lux Bonteri | Mon Calamari | Omega | Quarsh Panaka | Ric Olié | Roos Tarpal | Sabé | Satine Kryze | Saw Gerrera | Soniee | Steela Gerrera | Sugi | Tee Watt Kaa | Ursa Wren | Wag Too | Shmi Skywalker | Trace Martez | Rafa Martez

C-3PO | C1-10P | R2-D2 | WAC-47

The Path/Early Rebellion/Alliance to Restore the Republic
Ahsoka Tano | Alexsandr Kallus | Amilyn Holdo | Bail Organa | Baze Malbus | Bodhi Rook | C-3PO | C1-10P | Cassian Andor | Cham Syndulla | Chewbacca | Chirrut Îmwe | Enfys Nest | Ewoks | Ezra Bridger | Fenn Rau | Galen Erso | Garazeb Orrelios | Gial Ackbar | Gregor | Haja Estree | Han Solo | Hera Syndulla | Hondo Ohnaka | Iden Versio | Jarek Yeager | Jyn Erso | K-2SO | Kanan Jarrus | Lando Calrissian | Leia Organa | Luke Skywalker | Lux Bonteri | Mon Mothma | Nien Nunb | Obi-Wan Kenobi | R2-D2 | Raddus | Rex | Ryder Azadi | Sabine Wren | Sana Starros | Saw Gerrera | Tala Durith | Ursa Wren | Wedge Antilles | Wicket W. Warrick | Wolffe

New Republic/Resistance
Amilyn Holdo | BB-8 | C-3PO | Chewbacca | Ewoks | Finn | Gial Ackbar | Han Solo | Iden Versio | Jarek Yeager | Kazuda Xiono | Lando Calrissian | Leia Organa | Luke Skywalker | Maz Kanata | Nien Nunb | Poe Dameron | R2-D2 | Rey | Rose Tico | Sidon Ithano | Torra Doza | Wedge Antilles | Wicket W. Warrick | Zorii Bliss

Cobb Vanth | Din Djarin | Kuiil | Peli Motto

Asajj Ventress | Boba Fett | Cara Dune | Chewbacca | Din Djarin | Fennec Shand | Greef Karga | Han Solo | Hondo Ohnaka | IG-11 | Lando Calrissian | Qi'ra | Sana Starros | Sugi

Asajj Ventress | Daughter | Father | Grogu | Merrin | Revan