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{{Infobox character
|name= RX-24
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|image = RX-24test.jpg
|image= RX-24test.jpg
 
 
|shows = ''[[Star Wars Rebels]]''
 
|shows = ''[[Star Wars Rebels]]''
|rides= ''[[Star Tours]]<br>[[Star Tours: The Adventures Continue]]''
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|rides = ''[[Star Tours]]''<br>''[[Star Tours: The Adventures Continue]]''<br>[[Oga's Cantina]]
|voice= [[Paul Reubens]]
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|voice = [[Paul Reubens]]
|designer= Tom Fitzgerald
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|designer = Tom Fitzgerald
|occupation= Pilot droid
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|alias = Rex, Captain Rex, DJ R-3X
|age= 10 (Star Tours)<br>8 (Star Tours: The Adventures Continue)
 
|alliance=
 
|friends = [[R2-D2]], [[ROX-N]], [[Rebel Alliance]]
 
|quote = "I know this is probably your first flight, and it's... mine, too, haha!"
 
|alias = Rex, Captain Rex
 
 
|personality = Inexperienced, friendly, impulsive, accident prone
 
|personality = Inexperienced, friendly, impulsive, accident prone
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|occupation = Pilot droid (formerly)
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DJ
 
|alignment = Good
 
|alignment = Good
|affiliations = [[Star Tours]]}}
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|affiliations = [[Star Tours]]
'''RX-24''' or '''"Rex"''', is an RX-series pilot droid who works for [[Star Tours (company)| Star Tours]], and is a pilot of a [[StarSpeeder 3000]]. He appears in both incarnations of the [[Star Tours]] attraction and the [[Disney XD]] show ''[[Star Wars Rebels]]''.
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|friends = [[R2-D2]], [[ROX-N]], [[Rebel Alliance]]
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|quote = R2, lightspeed to Endor!}}
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'''RX-24''', later '''R-3X''', and also known simply as '''"Rex"''', is a character from the ''[[Star Wars]]'' franchise, first introduced in 1987 as the [[Audio-Animatronics|Audio-Animatronic]] protagonist of [[Disneyland]]'s ''[[Star Tours]]'' attraction. He is depicted as an RX-series pilot droid who works for the [[Star Tours (company)| Star Tours]] travel company, where he pilots a [[StarSpeeder 3000]] spacecraft.
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Rex later appeared in the attraction's prequel, ''[[Star Tours: The Adventures Continue]]''. Set roughly 5 years before the timeline of the original attraction, Rex appears here as a newly-delivered, yet malfunctioning, droid in the attraction's queue.
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Rex's appearances in the ''Star Tours'' attractions are not considered part of the main ''Star Wars'' [[w:c:starwars:Canon|canon]], and instead are considered part of the [[w:c:starwars:Star Wars Legends|''Star Wars'' Legends]] continuity. Rex was officially introduced into official ''Star Wars'' canon with his 2014 appearance in ''[[Star Wars Rebels]]'', where he works as a pilot droid for [[w:c:starwars:Garel Interstellar Excursions|Garel Interstellar Excursions]]. Some time after this appearance, he gained employment with Star Tours, where he would later crash land on the planet [[Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge|Batuu]], and would be reprogrammed into R-3X, the house DJ of [[Oga's Cantina]].
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Rex's voice is portrayed by [[Paul Reubens]] in all of his appearances.
   
 
==Background==
 
==Background==
Rex appeared as the pilot in the original ''[[Star Tours]]'' attraction. Much like all droids of the RX series, Rex has a talkative and friendly attitude, and focuses more on his guest interaction than the safety and the schedule of the flight.
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Rex appeared as the pilot in the original ''[[Star Tours]]'' attraction. Much like all droids of the RX series, Rex has a talkative and friendly attitude, and focuses more on his guest interaction than the safety and the schedule of the flight. In the original attraction, a red [[Wikipedia:Remove before flight|REMOVE BEFORE FLIGHT]] ribbon hangs from Rex's torso, which may serve to explain Rex's tendency to malfunction and bumbling nature.
   
==Non-canon appearances==
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Rex was the love interest of [[ROX-N]], a feminine-programmed droid that worked at the L’Astroport Services Interstellaires – a story element that appeared only in the [[Disneyland Park (Paris)|Disneyland Paris]] iteration of the original attraction.
===''Star Tours''===
 
Rex's first flight went wrong right from the beginning, he took a wrong turn at the Launchpad, and, forgetting where the brakes were, proceeded to fly the [[StarSpeeder 3000]] down into the ship yard, but managed to steer it back up and out into space. He then initiated lightspeed with [[R2-D2]] to [[Endor]].
 
   
They accidentally passed Endor and flew into a comet field, navigating through a large one and crashing out of it. He prepared to make turn around back to Endor, but they got caught in a Tractor-Beam of an [[Imperial Star Destroyer]].
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==Appearances==
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===''Legends'' continuity===
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====''Star Tours''====
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In 4.3 [[w:c:starwars:Galactic Standard Calendar|ABY]], Rex is tasked with his first flight with Star Tours: ST-45, also known as the "Endor Express". The flight went wrong almost immediately. Whilst preparing his [[StarSpeeder 3000]] for takeoff, Rex took a wrong turn and proceeded to fly himself and his 40 passengers into the spaceport's maintenance bay, narrowly managing to steer up and out into space. He then instructed [[R2-D2]] to make the hyperspace jump to the flight's intended destination: the forest moon of [[Endor]].
   
A [[Rebel Alliance]] ship made contact with the StarSpeeder, helping them break free of the tractor beam and then proceeded to tell Rex to follow them into the [[Death Star| Death Star]] Run. He blew up a couple of [[TIE Fighter| Tie Fighters]] before moving away from the Death Star before it exploded, and the took the jump to hyperspace back to the Star Tours space port. He narrowly avoided colliding with a gasoline truck, before the StarSpeeder docked, and all the passengers exited the craft.
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However, StarSpeeder overshot its target, careening past Endor and into a comet field, with Rex having to escape by flying directly through one of the comets. After safely escaping, Rex prepared to make the turn around back to Endor, he and his passengers found themselves in the midst of a battle between the Galactic Empire and Rebel Alliance, where the StarSpeeder was caught in a tractor beam of an [[Imperial Star Destroyer]].
   
===The Adventures Continue===
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A [[Rebel Alliance]] X-wing starfighter squadron made contact with the StarSpeeder, helping them break free of the tractor beam and then escorted Rex's StarSpeeder through their attack on an Imperial [[Death Star]] space station. Rex assisted the Rebels, using the StarSpeeder's laser cannons to destroy several Imperial [[TIE fighter]]s. The Rebels lead Rex down the Death Star trench, where one of their ships manage to destroy the Death Star by firing two [[w:c:starwars:Proton torpedo|proton torpedoes]] into the space station's [[w:c:Thermal exhaust port|thermal exhaust port]]. As the Death Star exploded, the Rebel squadron and the StarSpeeder jumped into hyperspace, with Rex piloting the StarSpeeder back to Star Tours' spaceport. Seemingly out of danger, Rex then narrowly avoided colliding with a fuel truck upon landing. Rex apologized to his passengers as they prepared to disembark, excusing himself on the basis that it "was [his] first flight and [he's] still getting used to [his] programming."
Former RX-24 Audio-Animatronics appear as various RX-series droids in the the queue area of ''[[Star Tours: The Adventures Continue]]'' in the droid customs scene. The attraction, set several years before the events of the original Star Tours attraction, depicts the RX-series droids as newly-delivered to the Star Tours agency, which has marked them defective. One of these former Audio-Animatronics figures is actually RX-24, malfunctioning and randomly repeating his dialogue from the original attraction. In the Tokyo Disneyland version of the attraction, another RX-series droid appears as a [[Hitchhiking Ghosts|hitchhiking droid]].
 
   
==Canon appearances==
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====''[[Star Tours: The Adventures Continue]]''====
===''Star Wars Rebels''===
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Set roughly five years before the events of the original ''Star Tours'', Rex appears in the queue for ''Star Tours: The Adventures Continue'', alongside several other newly-delivered RX-series pilot droids. The RX-series droids are seemingly intended to replace the contemporary [[w:c:starwars:AC-series pilot droid|AC-series]] pilot droids that Star Tours employed at the time. However, the RX-series droids in the queue are not quite ready for flight – they are marked with "DEFECTIVE – RETURN TO FACTORY" labels. Rex himself is malfunctioning, attempting to speak to the passengers that pass by him in the queue, and foreshadowing his future misadventures seen in the original attraction.
[[File:Rx-24_Rebels.jpg|thumb|150px| Rex in Rebels]]
 
Rex appears in the ''[[Star Wars Rebels]]'' episode "[[Droids in Distress]]", voiced once again by [[Paul Reubens]].
 
   
He flies the transport ship ST-45 (a reference to the original Star Tours attraction) from [[Lothal]] to Garell. When [[R2-D2]] and [[Chopper]] are fighting, [[Maketh Tua]] asks for the Astromech droids to be put in the back of the ship, and Rex corrects her in imperial law by saying all traveling droids must be put in the back, including Maketh's interpreter [[C-3PO]].
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Former RX-24 Audio-Animatronics appear as various RX-series droids in the queue area of ''Star Tours: The Adventures Continue'' in the droid customs scene. The attraction, set several years before the events of the original Star Tours attraction, depicts the RX-series droids as newly-delivered to the Star Tours agency, which has marked them defective. One of these former Audio-Animatronics figures is actually RX-24, malfunctioning and randomly repeating his dialogue from the original attraction (plus one new line of dialogue in which he says he has technical difficulties). In the Tokyo Disneyland version of the attraction, another RX-series droid appears as a [[Hitchhiking Ghosts|hitchhiking droid]].
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During early production of Star Tours: The Adventures Continue, RX-24 was still supposed to be a part of the ride instead of C-3PO.
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===Canon appearances===
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====''[[Star Wars Rebels]]''====
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RX-24 appears in the ''Star Wars Rebels'' episode "[[Droids in Distress]]", voiced once again by [[Paul Reubens]], who is famous for the portrayal of the character [[Wikipedia:Pee-Wee Herman|Pee-Wee Herman]]. RX-24's appearance in ''Rebels'' is the first official appearance in ''Star Wars'' [[w:starwars:Canon|canon]].
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In 5 BBY, he flies [[w:c:Star Commuter 2000|Star Commuter 2000]] shuttle ST-45 for Garel Interstellar Excursions from [[Lothal]] to Garel. When passengers [[Ezra Bridger]] and [[Chopper]] are fighting, [[Maketh Tua]] asks for the Astromech droids to remain with her, but RX-24 corrects her, citing Imperial law by stating all traveling droids ride in the back of the craft, including Maketh's interpreter [[C-3PO]].
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====[[Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge]]====
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After his employment with Garel Interstellar Excursions, RX-24 was hired as a pilot droid for the Star Tours travel agency. Some time later, he crash landed on [[Batuu]], where he was reprogrammed and upgraded by [[Mubo]] at the [[Droid Depot]] in [[Black Spire Outpost]]. He was officially redesignated ''R-3X'' (or '''Rex''' for short), and given to [[Oga Garra]], the proprietor of [[Oga's Cantina]]. Oga then employed Rex as the cantina's house DJ during the events of the [[w:c:starwars:First Order–Resistance war|war between the First Order and the Resistance]].
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Oga's Cantina serves as a bar at [[Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge]], a themed land at [[Disneyland]] that opened on May 31, 2019. An identical version of Galaxy's Edge (and Oga's Cantina with it) is set to open on August 29, 2019, at [[Disney's Hollywood Studios]] at [[Walt Disney World]]. Rex is again voiced in these appearances by Paul Reubens.
   
 
==Gallery==
 
==Gallery==
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==Trivia==
 
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*His look inspired the design of [[AC-38]], a droid from Star Tours: The Adventures Continue.
 
*His look inspired the design of [[AC-38]], a droid from Star Tours: The Adventures Continue.
 
*In the queue line of the original attraction, the announcer proclaims that the new RX droids are the newest, safest, and most advanced pilot droids in the galaxy.
 
*In the queue line of the original attraction, the announcer proclaims that the new RX droids are the newest, safest, and most advanced pilot droids in the galaxy.
*Rex utters Pee Wee Herman's iconic laugh several times during the attraction.
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*Rex utters Pee Wee Herman's iconic laugh several times during the attraction, and also utters a similar scream.
*Rex went through several personality changes during the attraction's development. At first, he was conceived as a witty tour guide. Later, he was conceived as a brazen veteran--a deranged and broken-down droid left over from the Clone Wars named "Crazy Harry".
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*Rex went through several personality changes during the attraction's development. At first, he was conceived as a witty tour guide. Later, he was conceived as a brazen veteran-a deranged and broken-down droid left over from the Clone Wars named "Crazy Harry".
 
*Rex is infamous for having a ''very'' ear-grating scream in the Disneyland Paris version of the attraction, and to a lesser extent, the Tokyo version.
 
*Rex is infamous for having a ''very'' ear-grating scream in the Disneyland Paris version of the attraction, and to a lesser extent, the Tokyo version.
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*In Oga's Cantina, Rex mentions the Star Tours droid, [[Aly San San]], and saying that "she was the droid he was looking for", implying that they were in a relationship together.
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*He shares the same name and title with the ''[[Star Wars: The Clone Wars|Clone Wars]]'' [[Rex (Star Wars)|soldier]].
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*[[w:c:starwars:RX-24|RX-24 on Wookieepedia]]
   
 
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RX-24, later R-3X, and also known simply as "Rex", is a character from the Star Wars franchise, first introduced in 1987 as the Audio-Animatronic protagonist of Disneyland's Star Tours attraction. He is depicted as an RX-series pilot droid who works for the Star Tours travel company, where he pilots a StarSpeeder 3000 spacecraft.

Rex later appeared in the attraction's prequel, Star Tours: The Adventures Continue. Set roughly 5 years before the timeline of the original attraction, Rex appears here as a newly-delivered, yet malfunctioning, droid in the attraction's queue.

Rex's appearances in the Star Tours attractions are not considered part of the main Star Wars canon, and instead are considered part of the Star Wars Legends continuity. Rex was officially introduced into official Star Wars canon with his 2014 appearance in Star Wars Rebels, where he works as a pilot droid for Garel Interstellar Excursions. Some time after this appearance, he gained employment with Star Tours, where he would later crash land on the planet Batuu, and would be reprogrammed into R-3X, the house DJ of Oga's Cantina.

Rex's voice is portrayed by Paul Reubens in all of his appearances.

BackgroundEdit

Rex appeared as the pilot in the original Star Tours attraction. Much like all droids of the RX series, Rex has a talkative and friendly attitude, and focuses more on his guest interaction than the safety and the schedule of the flight. In the original attraction, a red REMOVE BEFORE FLIGHT ribbon hangs from Rex's torso, which may serve to explain Rex's tendency to malfunction and bumbling nature.

Rex was the love interest of ROX-N, a feminine-programmed droid that worked at the L’Astroport Services Interstellaires – a story element that appeared only in the Disneyland Paris iteration of the original attraction.

AppearancesEdit

Legends continuityEdit

Star ToursEdit

In 4.3 ABY, Rex is tasked with his first flight with Star Tours: ST-45, also known as the "Endor Express". The flight went wrong almost immediately. Whilst preparing his StarSpeeder 3000 for takeoff, Rex took a wrong turn and proceeded to fly himself and his 40 passengers into the spaceport's maintenance bay, narrowly managing to steer up and out into space. He then instructed R2-D2 to make the hyperspace jump to the flight's intended destination: the forest moon of Endor.

However, StarSpeeder overshot its target, careening past Endor and into a comet field, with Rex having to escape by flying directly through one of the comets. After safely escaping, Rex prepared to make the turn around back to Endor, he and his passengers found themselves in the midst of a battle between the Galactic Empire and Rebel Alliance, where the StarSpeeder was caught in a tractor beam of an Imperial Star Destroyer.

A Rebel Alliance X-wing starfighter squadron made contact with the StarSpeeder, helping them break free of the tractor beam and then escorted Rex's StarSpeeder through their attack on an Imperial Death Star space station. Rex assisted the Rebels, using the StarSpeeder's laser cannons to destroy several Imperial TIE fighters. The Rebels lead Rex down the Death Star trench, where one of their ships manage to destroy the Death Star by firing two proton torpedoes into the space station's thermal exhaust port. As the Death Star exploded, the Rebel squadron and the StarSpeeder jumped into hyperspace, with Rex piloting the StarSpeeder back to Star Tours' spaceport. Seemingly out of danger, Rex then narrowly avoided colliding with a fuel truck upon landing. Rex apologized to his passengers as they prepared to disembark, excusing himself on the basis that it "was [his] first flight and [he's] still getting used to [his] programming."

Star Tours: The Adventures ContinueEdit

Set roughly five years before the events of the original Star Tours, Rex appears in the queue for Star Tours: The Adventures Continue, alongside several other newly-delivered RX-series pilot droids. The RX-series droids are seemingly intended to replace the contemporary AC-series pilot droids that Star Tours employed at the time. However, the RX-series droids in the queue are not quite ready for flight – they are marked with "DEFECTIVE – RETURN TO FACTORY" labels. Rex himself is malfunctioning, attempting to speak to the passengers that pass by him in the queue, and foreshadowing his future misadventures seen in the original attraction.

Former RX-24 Audio-Animatronics appear as various RX-series droids in the queue area of Star Tours: The Adventures Continue in the droid customs scene. The attraction, set several years before the events of the original Star Tours attraction, depicts the RX-series droids as newly-delivered to the Star Tours agency, which has marked them defective. One of these former Audio-Animatronics figures is actually RX-24, malfunctioning and randomly repeating his dialogue from the original attraction (plus one new line of dialogue in which he says he has technical difficulties). In the Tokyo Disneyland version of the attraction, another RX-series droid appears as a hitchhiking droid.

During early production of Star Tours: The Adventures Continue, RX-24 was still supposed to be a part of the ride instead of C-3PO.

Canon appearancesEdit

Star Wars RebelsEdit

RX-24 appears in the Star Wars Rebels episode "Droids in Distress", voiced once again by Paul Reubens, who is famous for the portrayal of the character Pee-Wee Herman. RX-24's appearance in Rebels is the first official appearance in Star Wars canon.

In 5 BBY, he flies Star Commuter 2000 shuttle ST-45 for Garel Interstellar Excursions from Lothal to Garel. When passengers Ezra Bridger and Chopper are fighting, Maketh Tua asks for the Astromech droids to remain with her, but RX-24 corrects her, citing Imperial law by stating all traveling droids ride in the back of the craft, including Maketh's interpreter C-3PO.

Star Wars: Galaxy's EdgeEdit

After his employment with Garel Interstellar Excursions, RX-24 was hired as a pilot droid for the Star Tours travel agency. Some time later, he crash landed on Batuu, where he was reprogrammed and upgraded by Mubo at the Droid Depot in Black Spire Outpost. He was officially redesignated R-3X (or Rex for short), and given to Oga Garra, the proprietor of Oga's Cantina. Oga then employed Rex as the cantina's house DJ during the events of the war between the First Order and the Resistance.

Oga's Cantina serves as a bar at Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge, a themed land at Disneyland that opened on May 31, 2019. An identical version of Galaxy's Edge (and Oga's Cantina with it) is set to open on August 29, 2019, at Disney's Hollywood Studios at Walt Disney World. Rex is again voiced in these appearances by Paul Reubens.

GalleryEdit

Wiki
The Disney Wiki has a collection of images and media related to RX-24.

TriviaEdit

  • Rex's poor flight skills may be due to a transparent red ribbon hanging from his body reading "REMOVE BEFORE FLIGHT."
  • Rex made a cameo in Disney Sing Along Songs: Disneyland Fun.
  • His look inspired the design of AC-38, a droid from Star Tours: The Adventures Continue.
  • In the queue line of the original attraction, the announcer proclaims that the new RX droids are the newest, safest, and most advanced pilot droids in the galaxy.
  • Rex utters Pee Wee Herman's iconic laugh several times during the attraction, and also utters a similar scream.
  • Rex went through several personality changes during the attraction's development. At first, he was conceived as a witty tour guide. Later, he was conceived as a brazen veteran-a deranged and broken-down droid left over from the Clone Wars named "Crazy Harry".
  • Rex is infamous for having a very ear-grating scream in the Disneyland Paris version of the attraction, and to a lesser extent, the Tokyo version.
  • In Oga's Cantina, Rex mentions the Star Tours droid, Aly San San, and saying that "she was the droid he was looking for", implying that they were in a relationship together.
  • He shares the same name and title with the Clone Wars soldier.

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Season Two: Into the UnknownA Quick Salvage RunLive FireHunt on Celsor 3The EngineerFrom BeneathThe Relic RaidersRendezvous PointThe Voxx Vortex 5000Kaz’s CurseStation to StationThe Missing AgentBreakoutThe MutinyThe New WorldNo Place SafeRebuilding the ResistanceThe Escape

Organizations
Rebel AllianceGalactic EmpireJediConfederacy of Independent SystemsSithGalactic RepublicMandalorianFirst OrderResistanceInquisitoriusJedi Temple GuardsChurch of the ForceNew RepublicKnights of RenPraetorian Guard
Objects/Weapons
LightsaberBlasterEzra's Energy SlingshotHolocronBo-RifleKyber crystalSynthetic kyber crystalDarksaber
Spacecrafts/Vehicles
StarSpeeder 3000Millennium FalconX-WingY-WingA-WingB-WingU-WingT-70 X-Wing FighterSnowspeederImperial ShuttleImperial Star DestroyerSlave ITIE FighterTIE Advanced x1TIE BomberTIE InterceptorTIE Advanced v1TIE DefenderFirst Order TIE fighterFirst Order Special Forces TIE FighterTIE StrikerTIE SilencerAT-STAT-ATAT-ACTSuper Star DestroyerJedi Mickey's StarfighterBlockade RunnerGhostPhantom/Phantom IIAT-DPImperial Speeder Bike614-AvA Speeder BikeImperial Landing CraftEF76 Nebulon-B escort frigateAT-TEImperial FreighterFirst Order Star DestroyerImperial InterdictorHammerhead CorvetteSato's HammerNightbrotherZeta-Class Cargo ShuttleSupremacyColossus
Locations
TatooineDeath StarYavin 4HothDagobahYoda's HutCloud CityBespinDeath Star IIEndorRylothNabooCoruscantJedi TempleKaminoGeonosisKashyyykMustafarMandaloreLothalLothal Jedi TempleJakkuStarkiller BaseTakodanaD'QarAhch-ToFirst Jedi TempleAtollonGarelMalachorMalachor Sith TempleWobaniRing of KafreneEaduScarifJedhaDathomirDantooineCrait
See Also
The ForceStar Wars: Star Tours (toy line)
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