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46 BBY[2]

Physical description

Human[2] (Naboo)[1]




1.65 meters[2]


65 kilograms[2]

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Chronological, political, and sexual history
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Sabé was a Human female who served as a handmaiden and Queen's Decoy for Padmé Amidala. She entered into a tryst with the Jedi Knight Obi-Wan Kenobi while on Tatooine, who believed her to be Queen Amidala herself.


Early life and career[edit]

"Master Kenobi has been paying me much attention recently. I can only assume you left a good impression on our Jedi protector. You must have given him the royal treatment to convince him he was consorting with the Queen... from a certain point of view."
―Padmé Amidala[src]

A Human female of the Naboo born in Theed, Sabé attended the Theed Royal Academy alongside Padmé Naberrie. Many of her early sexual awakenings were shared with Padmé and other classmates, and Sabé developed a predilection for Gungans.[2]

When Padmé became Queen of Naboo, Sabé served as one of her handmaidens[1] in the First Cadre,[2] and the Queen's Decoy, disguising herself as the queen when needed.[3] She did so during the escape from Naboo during the invasion crisis.[2] R2-D2 had a disputed record of a tryst with a member of the Queen's party around this time, fucking her with his probic arm on her royal bed after introducing Amidala to the phallic device. However, the astromech droid was unable to identify the nubile nymph, assuming it was either Sabé, another of the handmaidens, or Amidala herself.[1]

Sabé and Obi-Wan

While aboard the Naboo Royal Starship in the deserts of Tatooine while the rest of her party was in Mos Espa, Sabé spent time with the young Jedi Knight Obi-Wan Kenobi, who believed her to be the real Queen Amidala. The pair fucked on the deck of the royal vessel, with Sabé wearing only her royal headdress, stockings, and face paint as Kenobi reamed her against the floor. Gripping her buttocks to spread her legs wide for the young Jedi's thick cock, Sabé gazed up at her lover as her vagina gushed, leaving him unaware of her true identity.[3] She later shared the Jedi Knight with Eiraté, taking Kenobi on the Queen's throne. After the Queen secured peace with the Gungans, Sabé assisted her efforts by engaging in several bouts of aggressive negotiation to continue diplomacy between their two races. She also continued her tryst with Obi-Wan up until his departure from Naboo.[2]

Later years[edit]

"You're being impertinent again, Sabé. Very unbecoming for a handmaiden. I've a mind to take you over my knee—and then take you over Senator Amidala's desk."
―Kip Ossun[src]

In later years, many of Sabé's duties were taken up by Dormé, who became Padmé's most intimate aide during her tenure as senator.[2]


Sabé was a Human female with light skin and brown eyes. She had slender eyebrows, prominent cheekbones, and a strong jaw. Her figure was slim and her breasts were small with dark brown nipples. She had long legs, and kept her vagina neatly shaved, with only a small patch of wispy, dark hair over her crotch.[3] A nubile member of the Naboo with a bubble butt and creamy hips, Sabé was similar in appearance to Padmé Amidala, and served the pretty monarch[1] as her most dedicated and intimate servant[2] in disguise as her decoy.[3]

Posing as the Queen's Decoy, Sabé wore royal garments including a black feathered headdress and black thigh-high stockings. She painted her face white with red markings on her cheeks and lips, and wore a jeweled headband.[3]

Behind the scenes[edit]

Sabé first appeared in Star Wars: Episode I The Phantom Menace, portrayed by Keira Knightley. Shabby Blue used the actress's likeness for his depiction of the character in SBTPM73 - A Certain Point of View.[3] Das Flute makes a subtle reference to the character in "The Ways of the Force", which introduces the Secure Assessment, Blowback, and Estimation unit, or SABE for short.[4]



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