Discussion in 'Dayton, OH' started by Sean_Starrider, Jan 30, 2003.
Well, I would have to say three. Luke, Ben and Vader's.
Right you are! That's the answer I'm lookin' for.. And you got the 100th post on this string, there must be somethin' special about that!
Okay. Since I did the 100th post I think I get to ask the next question. ;-)
What was the number of the cell that Leia was being held in on the first Death Star?
She was held in Cell Block 2187. Who killed Grand Admiral Thrawn?
His Noghri bodyguard Rukh.
What species is Darth Maul?
Wouldn't that be Zabrak?
Right you are!
Whoops.. Forgot to give my question! Hardy har... <_< Um...Where do all of the Star Wars movies start?
Yep! They all start in space with their prologues (or is it epilogue? I always confuse 'em...).
WHat is the name of Luke's wingman at the battle of Hoth?
How was Joruus C'baoth able to create a Dark Side clone of Luke Skywalker?
He used the hand Luke lost on Bespin...? <_<
One correction. Dack Ralter wasn't Luke's wingman at the battle of Hoth. Dack was his gunner. Derrick "Hobbie" Klivian was his wingman.
Whoopsie, my bad
Oooh, must get the terms right! Wingman, gunman, different man.. Just so long as we don't confuse the women.. -- Righto. My question! Hrm.. Eh...What scene was the first ever viewing of a lightsaber, and who ignited it?
Episode 4 and Luke ignited it. Unless you are going according to timeline in which case Qui-Gon and Obi-Wan ignited simultaneously in Episode 1. I'll wait to see you tell me I am right before posting my question just in case I am wrong again.
Aha, Sean, you are correct with the first answer! I really meant the first EVER viewing of a saber, which would be according to our timeline of the events.
How many Moons orbit Endor?
You know, I'm not sure at all, but I'll take a stab. Would there be one moon?
the endor that we saw WAS a moon, but that would mean that the moon has a "moon;" the Death Star could technically be called a moon cause it was the size of a moon and was in orbit around the moon endor....Just a stab, not sure if that's the answer you were looking for.
I would say that Endor, the gas giant that the system is named after, has 9 moons.