Discussion in 'Pacific Regional Discussion' started by AboutaSith, Jun 8, 2006.
Yep! I thought that was interesting! Your turn.
OK, have a go at this one:
Which character in the Star Wars saga actually spoke Quechua, a language indigenous to the Andean regions of South America?
Let the Jeopardy theme ensue...
I'm trying really hard to just post a picture if the answer. Not succeeding though!!
After 10 tries, I give up. I'll let somebody else answer.
is it Jabba?
then is it greedo? I've read that his species is actually speaking the Quechua language backwards. Several sources say that the huttese language is based on Quechua not played backwards.
My intital guess was Nien Numb, but apparantly that was an African language...
Greedo it is! Your turn!
ok, who flies an exotic ship that captures supralight emissions for speedy interstellar travel?
uhhhhh, no....it's a star wars character.
What's a Duck Dodgers???
Duck Dodgers is Daffy Duck in the 21st century as a bumbling space captain with Porky as his sidekick cadet. It's actually pretty funny. Tom Jones sings the intro song and there's lots of grownup humor (not off color- just that a parent can watch it with their kid and actually enjoy it too...not like some of the others that it's torture to watch but you do it to spend time with the kids)
Daffy Duck is the greatest!
JM: Was it Count Dooku?
yes,...j77 we have a winner!! your turn.
What are the three different term limits for the members of the Jedi High Council and how many members are at each of these limits?
Is lifetime one of them?
That's one. There's two more and how many at each term limit?
At which point in history do you refer to? Cos at different times each of the three levels have different members dependent on age and experience.
The information is from Episode I. I'll give you a hint. There are 12 members of the Jedi High Council. It's composed of 5 permanent members who have accepted a lifetime term. What are the other two terms and how many in each. (only 7 jedi left) Did that help at all?
Ah, yes, now I can narrow down my research!
Sorry it took so long, but you're right AaS.