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For questions about the 'Star Wars' universe created by George Lucas.

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Han Solo explains to us that Traveling through hyperspace ain't like dusting crops, boy! Without precise calculations we could fly right through a star, or bounce too close to a supernova and tha …
asked Mar 21 '16 by phantom42
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There are only a handful of races who possess cloning technology. Of those, the Kaminoans were the only ones that had large cloning facilities. Those, of course, were the same used to create the clone …
answered Aug 10 '12 by phantom42
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George Lucas has an incredible mind for dreaming things up, but names are not his strong suit. The worst, of course, being Darth Vader, which literally translates to Dark Father. Take a look at this …
answered Mar 5 '13 by phantom42
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When the Jedi set out to Geonosis, it wasn't explicitly a rescue mission (though, they likely assumed Obi-Wan had been injured/captured). They were after Dooku, the Trade Federation and the Droid Army …
answered Mar 18 '14 by phantom42
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It's an iconic image, yet no one else in the galaxy seems to wear their hair like that. Her mother wore a very similar style (though Leia probably didn't know that). In Attack of the Clones, Pad …
answered Feb 28 '14 by phantom42
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I believe this is yet another artifact from the development of story over years. Based on the annotated screenplays, Luke and Leia were not originally entirely intended to be brother and sister, ment …
answered Jun 14 '15 by phantom42
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It's just bad logic and, IMO, should be fixed. From the Santa Claus entry you linked: Santa Claus was a festively dressed, probable member of the Rebel Alliance stationed on the cruiser Independe …
answered Nov 27 '12 by phantom42
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Noa Briqualon from Ewoks: The Battle For Endor. and Saun Dann from the Holiday Special In lower canons, the Wookieepedia entry for spectacles lists a few others, noting that Spectacles were …
answered Apr 5 '13 by phantom42
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Many rebels died to procure the Plans for the Death Star, which were then transmitted to the Tantive IV. As we all know, the Tantive IV was then captured by Vader and the Imperials. Leia stores the pl …
asked Aug 31 '12 by phantom42
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Currently, there is no mention in any G/Disney Canon or EU/Legends material where Chewbacca has ever received an official rank in the Rebel Alliance or the New Republic. Han's biography on StarWars.c …
answered Apr 8 '15 by phantom42
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Speaking strictly G-Canon. From the script ANAKIN: My mother... WATTO: Oh, yeah. Shmi... she's not mine no more. I sold her. ANAKIN: Sold her... WATTO: Years ago. Sorry, Annie, bu …
answered Feb 14 '13 by phantom42
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Yes. I know they really only owned them for a day at this point in the movie. TROOPER How long have you had these droids? LUKE About three or four seasons. BEN They're for sale if …
asked Jul 16 '14 by phantom42
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For all intents and purposes, Anakin Skywalker is dead This is repeated multiple times throughout the movies. In Return of the Jedi, Ben explains that Anakin no longer existed, only Vader. BEN …
answered Nov 27 '15 by phantom42
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While there is no specific mention of an alteration to his "head" mentioned, Wookieepedia does mention at least two times when Grievous underwent alterations. The first was during the episode of The …
answered Oct 20 '14 by phantom42
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According to Wookieepedia, there is a range of less than 16 days in which it could have happened. I don't know that I 100% agree with their estimation, but here's how they break it down. According d …
answered Dec 31 '12 by phantom42

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