r/StarWars • u/astromech_dj • Apr 28 '23
Games Star Wars Jedi: Survivor- Discussion Mega Thread!
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r/StarWars • u/AutoModerator • 25d ago
TV Star Wars Visions Season 2 Discussion Thread
Welcome to the discussion thread thread for season 2 of Visions. This thread is for all episodes, as they are releasing all at once.
These episodes can be talked about freely in this thread.
All Visions S2 discussion needs to be in this thread until 12am ET on 5/5/23.
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r/StarWars • u/Then-Market490 • 12h ago
General Discussion I know I’m like 10 years behind but I just finished Clone Wars for the first time and I have so many feelings
Real talk. Not ok. So many feelings. Like SO MANY
r/StarWars • u/--TheForce-- • 12h ago
General Discussion Who is the most adorable creature in Star Wars? On the flipside, who is the most disturbing?
- Most adorable: Grogu
- Most disturbing: Bor Gullet (mind-reading creature from Rogue One)
r/StarWars • u/JeffRyan1 • 1d ago
Costumes This is what happens when you allow Philadelphia to have a pop culture convention.
r/StarWars • u/Ed_Derick_ • 5h ago
Movies Star Wars newbie here, can someone explain to me why the Trade Federation did the "trade blockade" around Naboo?
Hi there, I'm that guy who recently (few weeks ago) watched the OT and the Prequel Trilogy for the first time. Today in the shower I had a thought:
"Wait a minute, why did the Trade Federation created the blockade to begin with, what did they had against Naboo?"
So? What did I missed? Also, why "The taxation of trade routes to outlying star systems" was in debate?
r/StarWars • u/JellyfishHydraBeast • 12h ago
TV So I just finished Rebels...
What next? I want to be up to speed when Ahsoka comes out. Should I now watch The Bad Batch? Tales of the Jedi? Something else? At what order?
I've already watched all of the films, all of the new Disney+ live-action shows, TCW and Rebels.
r/StarWars • u/jsun31 • 1d ago
Fun Mark Hamill on his "Force-Kick" in Return of the Jedi
r/StarWars • u/clusterturkey • 1d ago
Spoilers Has any scene in Star Wars made you cry? (Spoilers- All)
r/StarWars • u/nutttts • 6h ago
General Discussion Maybe no one will ever read this. But I hope you do :)
Hello, let me introduce myself. I'm a 22 year old man, I grew up in south east London in the UK. And I would just like to express the fact that I think the idea of Star Wars is my greatest passion in life, like I'm sure a lot of you here. It has always been a massive constant in my life.
Like a lot of us here, I was introduced to Star Wars at a young age (by my Dad specifically). At the time it was one of the first films I had ever seen that I could understand vaguely what was going on, that being episode 4. When I look back, I think my initial thoughts upon watching, were that every film must be like this. But as I have grown into adulthood, and still am, no piece of fiction has reached the has reached the level of meaning as much to me as Star Wars does. I genuinely love that this world has evolved to a point where any science fiction trope could potentially exist. I find that so exciting.
I attended my first SW Celebration this year in London, and for the first time, I knew that there were 100s, 1,000s, 1,000,000s, if not billions of people who shared my adoration. And in that I saw something beautiful, and almost euphoric. Because for the first time I could relate to a massive group of people, and I feel common ground is the best way to form human relations.
I always think back to George Lucas professing the idea that these films were always intended for young people, and they always should be. They taught me lessons about good and evil. morals, the importance of family and keeping the good people in your life close. They have given me what I feel is an accurate depiction of how the human mind can change dramatically for better or for worse due to circumstance, and further to that thought me that IT IS NEVER... I REPEAT... NEVER too late to make a change for the better.
Maybe no one will read ever this post, and that's fine, but I just wanted to put my thoughts out there and potentially start a conversation, because there are few people in my personal life that appreciate this universe as much as I feel I do and always will. I would feel wrong if I never said this stuff to anyone and I think this is a good place to do it.
Please feel free to start a convo in the comments if your up for it, and we can all have a chat about why we love this world so much. :)
All the best,
A human with a common interest
PS - May the force always be with you
EDIT - I'm very aware that none of these thoughts are original, but is any thought ever original anyway?
r/StarWars • u/GrillAHam • 9h ago
Movies Who is your favorite pilot?
Does anyone have a pilot they consider to be the best out there, or just a pilot that is a character they like a lot?
I think Hera, followed by Greez are my favorites!
r/StarWars • u/Movie_Advance_101 • 1d ago
Fun Toggle the table of contents Star Wars: Episode II – Attack of the Clones, in a nutshell
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r/StarWars • u/Capital_Connection13 • 10h ago
General Discussion What’s the old guy at the beginning of The Force Awakens story?
What’s his backstory? How does he know Leia? Does he appear elsewhere in cannon?
r/StarWars • u/TDR1411 • 1d ago
Fun My picture with Temuera Morrison at Supanova Comic-Con in Melbourne Australia. So hyped to see him play Rex.
r/StarWars • u/herbriefexcision • 9h ago
General Discussion I think Porgs are cuter than Baby Yoda (Grogu). I said what I said.
r/StarWars • u/MirrorAltruistic2112 • 2h ago
General Discussion What Star Wars character doesn’t get enough praise/or attention
r/StarWars • u/ohnookthis • 3h ago
General Discussion Where's my Clone Wars AU where Ahsoka had a bit more time before she was caught removing Rex's chip, and they retake the ship, removing all the clones' control chips, and launch a guerrilla warfare campaign against the Empire to capture clones?
I want to see this so bad. Imagine they don't get caught, and instead are able to start kidnapping clones to remove their chips one by one. As they remove more chips their forces grow, and so does their capacity to remove control chips as they recruit more clones to their side.
Soon they've taken over the ship - and now Ahsoka and Rex are on a mission to retake the entire Grand Army of the Republic. Acting like they're just another ship in the Empire at first to sneak into other ships and bases. Converting huge portions of their ships to medical facilities for removing control chips. Every clone they take from the Empire means a +2 in their number advantage. They could absolutely change everything.
I think about this scenario a lot.
r/StarWars • u/Winter-Masterpiece60 • 2h ago
General Discussion Can you be force sensitive but not be able to actually use it?
So I am making characters for an upcoming edge of empire campaign. One of the npc's I am designing is a smuggler who is abnormally lucky my thought were to attribute his luck/skill to the force and make it so that the force does influence him but he cannot do any of the telekinesis. Is this even possible?
r/StarWars • u/ToshiroBaloney • 1d ago
Fun Seen in traffic this morning. I was about to report it, but it ended up not being the one I was looking for.
r/StarWars • u/ForIAmTalonII • 12h ago
General Discussion Was Order 66 the one of many times the Jedi had been on the verge of extinction?
There is no way the Jedi who have archives and records have forgotten about a planet like Tython and debated that if it ever existed. Satele Shan was the one to find the planet again and centuries later they lost record of it.
So it begs the question. There must have been numerous times that the Jedi had been on the verge of extinction or come to some event close to it.
One example which comes to mind is just after the battle of Rakata Prime, around 3954 BBY until 3951 BBY. The order fell apart and most memebers killed by the Sith. The Jedi was reformed by Meetra Surik who revived the order.
I'm unsure if this is part of current cannon. But are there any other examples of events which almsot wiped out the Jedi?
r/StarWars • u/rennbrig • 8h ago
General Discussion In the spirit of rewatches, Clone Wars 2003 was so much fun. What are your thoughts?
r/StarWars • u/Leocb15 • 1d ago
Fun Enjoying the "Imperial" view
r/StarWars • u/TYKOB • 1d ago
Fun Nice little tribute to the clones
r/StarWars • u/RuinedNomad • 6h ago
General Discussion Honestly I just got a bunch of questions as I’m getting into the community
- What are the wayseekers and who are some notable ones?
- Is it possible for someone to be sith but not necessarily so bad things and still want to help people, just with the dark side?
- Is nar shadaa in “canon”?
- What do you call people who can use the force but don’t choose to join the Jedi or the sith?
- Is it true tattoine used to be a water planet?
- What planet is kit fisto from and does he have gills if he can breathe underwater?
r/StarWars • u/KingPeverell • 12h ago
General Discussion Galaxy Profession
If you could choose a career outside of either the Jedi Order or the Order of the Sith Lords, which profession are you most likely to opt for based on your personalities, lifestyle and real-world experiences?
One doesn't have to be either a true Jedi or a Sith to use the Force after all :D. Just something to keep in mind in your comments.
r/StarWars • u/dnlpz315 • 1d ago
Fun Leave it as an Imperial venator or paint it to the Republic🧐
r/StarWars • u/PuertoRicanRebel2025 • 27m ago
General Discussion If Star Wars had a "I need a hero moment" where would you put it?
For the Republic