modern star wars aesthetics: princess leia
i don’t know who you are or where you come from, but from now on, you’ll do as i tell you, okay?
“She had studied the universe all her life, but had overlooked its clearest message: For small creatures such as we the vastness is bearable only through love.”
– Carl Sagan
TYDIRIUM TRAVEL: Deluxe Packages (Your Guides To The Galaxy)
women of star wars
↳ Fan Bingbing as Padmé
↳ Ming Na Wen as Leia Organa
↳ Alexandra Shipp as Rey
↳ Nicole Beherie as Jyn Erso
star wars + tilt shift
The Naboo Royal Handmaidens are a group of young women handpicked to aid the Queen of Naboo. On the surface, it appears as if the handmaidens only assist with the Queen’s gowns, hairstyles, and makeup. However, they are all trained in self-defense and remain vigilant against any threats to their sovereign. In fact, during times of turmoil, a handmaiden actually poses as the Queen. The Naboo Royal Handmaidens have been selected for their various talents as well as for their resemblance to the Queen, which is useful if a decoy is required. After being invited to join the Queen’s entourage, each handmaiden was trained in self defense and marksmanship. They often carry small, concealable blasters.
My night has been somewhat improved by learning that Mark Hamill would just climb inside fake space aliens when he was bored as a habit.
This is Han Solo’s son we’re talking about there’s a 200% chance he has wookie as his second language
Star Wars Challenge – 1/3 Female Characters: Padmé Amidala
There are things I cannot do. I cannot watch while people suffer, I cannot sit when something must be done, I cannot judge those who are different. There are things I cannot do. Run, hide, ignore. There are things I cannot do. But there are certainly things I will do.