Nakoma Incognito was Anakin's new Padawan. She was from Alderaan. She was about 17 years old. But here's a down-side about her-she was born a mute. She could see and hear just fine, but she couldn't talk. Doctors didn't really know what caused her condition, but they were also stunned when they also found her to be Force-sensitive.
Like many younglings, she was discovered and raised at the Jedi temple. But here's another thing-her parents got to visit her! Not many younglings get to visit their parents! Nakoma was a lucky one. Aside from that, no one knows who discovered her or HOW she was discovered. But she wanted to accomplish one thing-to become the first muted Jedi. Nakoma herself didn't care about her condition. All she wanted to do was go wherever her destiny took her.
Anakin hated getting a new Padawan at first, but quickly warmed up to Nakoma when the two first met. He hated her not being able to talk just as much as she did sometimes. Though the condition was a nuisance, Nakoma was still able to communicate through sign language. And another good thing-she was able to understand people and know where they were coming from-like everyone else. She was always there for everyone around her and loyal to a fault. She didn't trust Anakin being her teacher at first, but because of her undenying loyalty and kindness, the two grew closer to each other every day.
As Nakoma's days as a Padawan progressed, it was revealed Mace Windu discovered her while on a mission to Alderaan. Mace didn't want anyone to know HE discovered Nakoma until the time felt right. Yoda was the only one to know he discovered Nakoma. At first, Yoda was kind of skeptical about Mace keeping his discovery a secret, but understood why later on. The reasons for keeping the discovery a secret are unknown, but it must have been for a good reason. Anakin was angry when he found out the discovery had been a secret, but later on realized the order was only protecting Nakoma.
Anakin loved his new Padawan, but never forgot about his old one-Ahsoka Tano. He often thought about her when he wasn't around Nakoma. He began to regret his decision about giving up on Ahsoka, but knew it was for the best. He needed to move on. As time progressed, his bond with Nakoma only got stronger. Deep down, he had a feeling he'd NEVER have to give up on Nakoma.