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I don't believe there's a solid answer in current canon, unfortunately, but there are some facts that might be relevant to your hypothetical scenario. When Rey and Kylo Ren are fighting the Praetorian Guard in The Last Jedi, the Guards' red armour can resist most blows but a direct thrust will go straight through them. See around 1:37 in this clip, for ...


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First consideration: Since two lightsabers can parry each other and you can apply strength on it without breaking the hilt, you can do that as well. You just have to see the screen rotated by 90°. Anyway, according to Legends: Once focused by the crystals, the plasma was sent through a series of field energizers and modulation circuitry within the ...


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According to the Wookieepedia page about humans in Star Wars: Humans were one of the most successful colonial species, having migrated and adapted to dominate a variety of worlds. [...] By the time of the Galactic Civil War, humans were the most populous of the galaxy's intelligent species, and could be encountered nearly anywhere communities of people ...


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I'll answer with some new Disney Canon from Solo: Han won the Millenium Falcon from Lando by stopping him from cheating at the end of the movie Solo. The way he did it was with the same kind of weird hug greeting that Lando does to him in ESB. Here's the relevant info from the script (emphasis mine): Lando: (ALL EXCLAIMING) Ooh. (CHUCKLES) You really ...


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Yes, in the Clone Wars saga Jedi could stop themselves by using their lightsaber to slow the drop or opposing force against them.


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I don't think he had a last name. In our world if you were to say "Queen Elizabeth" or "President Donald" (even though it sounds off) people know what you mean. Of course both of these do have the last names of Windsor and Trump respectively, but if you look at the names of his family it always changes. They may be different from my examples as they rule ...


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