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

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Sound editor Walter Murch has stated that R2-D2's name originated from when George Lucas heard him say it in an editing bay while working on American Graffiti. From an old interview: One day I wa …
asked May 8 '14 by phantom42
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In the movies, Luke's only lightsaber training that we see is a brief time aboard the Millennium Falcon when Luke squares off against the remote droid. They never get to actual dueling practice before …
asked Nov 21 '15 by phantom42
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In Disney Canon, Boba Fett tried to avenge his father's death by killing Windu with a bomb. This occurs in the Clone Wars episode Death Trap (S02E20). In this episode, Fett is explicitly attempting t …
answered Nov 9 '15 by phantom42
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Quite simply, because Darth Sidious told him to - partially to prevent future problems/opposition, and as a means to turn Vader more and more to the Dark Side. Vader listens to him because he is told …
answered Nov 21 '15 by phantom42
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Yes, they are speeder Bikes. No, they were never intended for use in any of the Tatooine scenes. The photos above originate from this forum post. Jump on down to comment #19 where the person who t …
answered Jun 8 '12 by phantom42
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No, that is Seboca. He and Bogg Tyrell are in an airspeeder that is nearly hit by Obi-Wan. He shows up again in Dex's Diner. (L: Seboca, R: Bogg Tyrell)
answered Jan 23 '14 by phantom42
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You're thinking of Lobot. He was Lando's right-hand man and chief administrative aid. His brain was connected to the city's computer network via his own implanted computer. He was a human, turned cy …
answered Jul 24 '13 by phantom42
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You are almost undoubtedly thinking of the comic adaptation of Splinter of the Mind's Eye, based on the novel of the same name and included four issues published by Dark Horse and later Marvel Comics. …
answered Jan 29 '18 by phantom42
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It is activated by a switch. Directly from the script for A New Hope Ben hands Luke the saber. LUKE What is it? BEN Your fathers lightsaber. This is the weapon of a Jedi Knight. Not as …
answered Apr 7 '15 by phantom42
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Back in the days of BBS's and Newsgroups - and before Star Wars Insider (early 90's), there was lots of talk about Star Wars lore and theories of what the other episodes might include if they were eve …
asked May 1 '13 by phantom42
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It was a judgement call made by Yoda. Yoda doesn't believe Obi-Wan is strong enough to battle Palpatine. From the script: OBI-WAN switches off the hologram. The TWO JEDI stand in silence for a fe …
answered Mar 24 '14 by phantom42
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The strap is his bandoleer (more commonly spelled "bandolier" and often just called a "utility belt"). I don't recall him ever specifically utilizing the contents in any of the books, but they typical …
answered May 30 '12 by phantom42
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In Star Wars: A New Hope, Vader first tells Tarkin to not worry about Leia and Obi-Wan escaping, as Obi-Wan has no intentions of escaping. (Though, Obi-Wan's intention of not escaping doesn't mean Lei …
asked May 19 '14 by phantom42
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From the script of The Empire Strikes Back : YODAReady, are you? What know you of ready? For eight hundred years have I trained Jedi. My own counsel will I keep on who is to be trained! A …
asked Jul 18 '12 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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