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that’s actually organized really well, all three mirrorverses. :D
Last year when I figured out that the Gambitverse was Padme’s mirrorverse, not Obi-Wan’s, everything snapped into place about it. (Which is one of the reasons that the original title changed: “Queen’s Guard” puts the focus entirely on Obi-Wan, “Queen’s Gambit” puts it entirely on Padme. Though for the first month or so I could not for the love of anything remember if it was actually called Queen’s Gamble or Queen’s Gambit, lol.)
But yeah! Each universe is roughly shaped around what one member of the trio’s worst fear is, or what they think their worst fear is: Anakin’s is, um, canon (where he’s all alone and a Sith lord and he destroyed everything he cares about and he’s having his leash yanked by Palpatine all the time because he was just trying to do the right thing but gravely miscalculated), Padme’s is the Gambitverse (political chaos, still queen because maybe she didn’t know when to let go, maybe she dragged a Jedi down into the depths with her, and what if she is the one responsible for the galaxy falling apart, for everything falling apart, and what if she is a warmonger and a tyrant who’s lost all faith in democracy and negotiation?), and Obi-Wan’s is the Watchtower ‘verse (where the Sith won, where he can’t trust his own mind, where he’s become what he despises and he can’t help himself, and his own people hate him because he betrayed them, where he’s terrified he’s going to drag Anakin down with him because he knows that Anakin would follow).
So yeah. That was the conception for the three main AUs in Ouroboros.