Padmé Amidala

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==Queen of Naboo==
 
==Queen of Naboo==
Padmé served as the [[Queen]] of [[Naboo]] at the age of fourteen.  During her term of office, the [[Trade Federation]] (acting on the instructions of [[Darth Sidious]]) instituted a blockade of the planet to protest interstellar trade taxes imposed by the [[Galactic Senate]].  The blockade soon became an invasion, and Padmé was forced to flee the planet with the aid of [[Jedi]] Knight [[Qui-Gon Jinn]] and his apprentice, [[Obi-Wan Kenobi]], in order to ask the Senate for assistance.  On [[Coruscant]], her plea before the Senate was blocked by the political maneuvering of the Trade Federation, and she called for a vote of no-confidence in [[Supreme Chancellor]] [[Valorum]] at the suggestion of [[Senator]] [[Palpatine]].  Without waiting for the outcome of the vote, she returned to Naboo and successfully lead the forces of Naboo and the [[Gungan]]s to victory over the Trade Federation's invasion force.
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Padmé served as the [[Queen]] of [[Naboo]] at the age of fourteen.  During her term of office, the [[Trade Federation]] (acting on the instructions of [[Darth Sidious]]) instituted a blockade of the planet to protest interstellar trade taxes imposed by the [[Galactic Senate]].  The blockade soon became an invasion, and Padmé was forced to flee the planet with the aid of [[Jedi]] Knight [[Qui-Gon Jinn]] and his apprentice, [[Obi-Wan Kenobi]], in order to ask the Senate for assistance.  On [[Coruscant]], her plea before the Senate was blocked by the political maneuvering of the Trade Federation, and she called for a vote of no-confidence in [[Supreme Chancellor]] [[Finis Valorum|Valorum]] at the suggestion of [[Senator]] [[Palpatine]].  Without waiting for the outcome of the vote, she returned to Naboo and successfully lead the forces of Naboo and the [[Gungan]]s to victory over the Trade Federation's invasion force.
  
 
==Senator from Naboo==
 
==Senator from Naboo==

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