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Attack of the Clones (AU)

Katana Geldar


22 BBY


Jedi Padmé Trilogy

Preceded by

The Phantom Menace (AU)

Followed by

Revenge of the Sith (AU)

"Sometimes everything falls away when you realise that you love."
Obi-Wan Kenobi[src]

Attack of the Clones (AU) is the sequel to The Phantom Menace (AU) and the second novel in the Jedi Padmé Trilogy. It is a re-imagining of was the first serious Star Wars story written by Katana Geldar. The story is a re-imagining of the film of the same name, and like its predecessor there are many differences and similarities between the two. However, unlike The Phantom Menace, there is a point in Attack of the Clones where the storyline differs from the film.



"Everything changes..."

Ten years following the events of the Naboo Crisis, Rhadé Nalanda, now Senator of Naboo, prepares to meet the leaders of the Confederacy of Independent Systems on Imbroglio in an effort to prevent the war breaking out between the CIS and the Republic. Following an attempt on her life, Jedi are assigned to protect her and Nalanda fears all her efforts may have been for nothing...

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Behind the scenes

The chase scene through Coruscant with Padmé on a repulsor-board is inspired by the hoverboard in the Back to the Future trilogy. Additionally, the inspiration for the Imbroglio Summit came from the fact that in canon, Dooku never answered the Loyalist Committee's requests for a meeting prior to the Clone Wars. Katana Geldar said that it was not too big of a stretch to set up some sort of political meeting, as well as have it be an effective way Palpatine could get rid of some of his political opponents.



Attack of the Clones (AU) is a re-imagining of the film of the same name directed by George Lucas. The writer, Katana Geldar, is in no way affiliated with Lucasfilm ltd or any of it subsidiary companies.

This article uses material from the "Attack of the Clones (AU)" article on the Star Wars Fanon wiki at Wikia and is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike License.


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