Princess Eviebeth and Emperor Freyatuur walk in the garden.
About this creation
"Grandfather, look at this flower! It's so yellow and pretty!"
"Yes, child. It's lovely."
"You have taught me so much about the Force."
"But I think I need to learn more, more than our family knows... I want to learn from the Jedi."
"Okay!? I thought you might be mad."
"No, if you feel this is where the Force is leading you, like I taught you, why would I be mad? Have you discussed it with your father?"
"Yes, he's... disappointed but said I may go."
"Than you have my blessing. You do know though that it'll be harder starting as old as you are. You'll need a master ready and willing to train you."
"I know, but if it is the Force's will, then it will work out."
"Good luck, then and may the Force go with you."
Seeing as Princess Eviebeth is based on my daughter who is absolutely in love with Daniel Tiger, I did a little crossover here and since she's a princess she's from the King's family. The name Friday comes from derivative of Freya and day, Mando'a tuur mean day. Likewise her father Prince Tyrtuur and uncle Prince Odintuur comes from Tyr and Odin, which somehow became Wednes... Odin became woden or something like that and woden became wenden and people just telephone names and get them so far different than their originals. Sarah means princess so her grandmother Queen Amira is from a name meaning princess also. Still have to make legos for all them. Other people from near the castle are Xesh Buho, the keeper of the royal library and his son Osk. Yaimalora Felika and her daughter Katerine. And Eviebeth's love interest Belteshazzar Reggit. I'll leave you to figure out how I derived their names.