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  • Alternate Titles
    • AVCO
      • The working title for The Force Awakens was "AVCO", after the place where J.J. Abrams saw A New Hope.
    • The Beginning
      • The working title for Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace.
    • Black Diamond
      • The original working title for Star Wars Episode IX was "Black Diamond." The new working title is "trIXie"
    • Blue Harvest
      • Jabba's sail barge was filmed in Yuma, Arizona. The film crew had problems avoiding the dune buggy enthusiasts in the area. To preserve secrecy, the producers claimed to be making a horror film called Blue Harvest: Horror beyond your imagination.
    • The Creeping Fear
      • Named as the film's title on the official website on April Fool's Day 2004.
    • Jar Jar's Great Adventure
      • George Lucas came up with this working title as a sarcastic reference to the negative fan response.
    • Los Alamos
      • The working title for Rogue One was "Los Alamos", where the Atomic Bomb was born.
    • Red Cup
      • Code name for Solo: A Star Wars Story, an homage to the popular plastic cups made by SOLO.
    • Revenge Of The Jedi
      • Original title, before George Lucas changed his mind.
    • Space Bear
      • The production name for Episode VIII.Reference to Legends of the Fall. Tristan going into the woods = Luke retreating and just taken himself out of the world. But then he gets mauled by a bear... and apparently someone said, "So Luke's like a space bear."
    • trIXie
      • The original working title for Star Wars Episode IX was "Black Diamond." The new working title is "trIXie"
    • Yellow Harvest
      • Secret code name for The Simpsons Movie (tribute to Blue Harvest, the secret code name for Star Wars Episode 6: Return of the Jedi)
  • Android and Robot Models
    • Aqua Droids
      • Amphibious battle droids employed during General Grievous' attack on Kamino. (Season 3 episode ARC Troopers)
    • Assassin Droids
      • Droids sent to kill Duchess Satine. (Season 2 episode Voyage of Temptation)
    • Astromech Droid
      • Repair and mechanic droid. R2-D2 is an Astromech droid.
      • R2 and R4 are astromech droids serving aboard Jedi starfights.
      • Droid model
      • Visible in various scenes.
      • Poe's BB-8 and Kaz's C4 are astromech droids. (Season 1 episode The Recruit)
      • There's an astromech driving the first landspeed the ferryman hails for Mando, which he turns down. There's another astromech droid in the background as Mando walks through the city on the planet where he meets with Greef Carga. (Season 1 episode Chapter 1)
    • B1 Battle Droid
      • Separatist combat droid.
      • Separatist combat droid.
      • Separatist battle droid.
      • Separatist combat droid.
      • a.k.a. standard battle droids or clankers, the most widely used battle droids by the Confederacy of Independent Systems during the Clone Wars.
      • Separatist combat droid.
      • Separatist combat droid.
    • B2 Battle Droid
      • Separatist battle droid.
      • Separatist battle droid.
      • Separatist battle droid.
      • Separatist battle droid.
      • a.k.a. Super battle droids or super droids, advanced battle droids used by the Confederacy of Independent Systems during the Clone Wars.
      • Separatist advanced combat droid.
      • Separatist battle droid (Season 3).
      • Battle droid from Mando's flashback during the armorer scene. (Season 1 episode Chapter 3 The Sin)
    • Buzz Droid
      • Droids that attack Obi-Wan's fighter in the opening battle sequence.
    • BX-series Battle Droid
      • a.k.a. Droid Commandos, Commando Droids. Battle droids that attack Rishi Outpost. (Season 1 episode Rookies)
    • Cam Droid
      • No description available
    • Dark Trooper
      • Imperial battle droids. Moff Gideon sends them down to the planet's surface to kidnap Grogu. (Season 2 episode The Tragedy). Luke Skywalker destroys a platoon on Moff Gideon's Imperial light cruiser. (Season 2 episode Chapter 16 The Rescue)
    • Demolition Droids
      • Grievous sends demolition droids, disguised as sweeper into Coruscant to destroy a power generator hub as part of his plan push banking deregulation into law. (Season 3 episode Heroes on Both Sides)
    • Destroyer
      • Battle droids that attack Obi-Wan and Anaking when they board General Grievous' ship.
      • Battle droids from Season 3.
    • Dismantler Droid
      • Dismantler Droids were used by the Empire for dismantling Y-Wing Starfighters at the Reklam Station in Season 3.
    • Droideka
      • Trade Federation battle droid, a.k.a. Destroyer
      • a.k.a. Destroyer droid. Separatist battle droid.
      • a.k.a. Destroyer droid. Separatist battle droid.
    • DSD1 Dwarf Spider Droid
      • Separatist battle droid, form various episodes.
    • HK-87 Assassin Droid
      • Mando tells Ahsoka Tano that the magistrate has a small army of guards armed with A350 blaster rifles, two HK-87 assassin droids and a hired gunfighter. (Season 2 episode Chapter 13 The Jedi)
    • Hydroid Medusa
      • Invincible half-machine, half-monster droids. (Season 4 episode Water War)
    • IG-227 Hailfire-class Droid Tank
      • a.k.a. Wheel droids. Armored missile platforms with treaded, hoop-like drive wheels, employed by the Separatist Droid Army.
    • Imperial Infiltrator Droid
      • A type of recon droid used by the Galactic Empire. Seen in multiple Season 3 episodes.
    • Imperial Mind Probe
      • Interrogation droid used to torture Hera to find out the location of the rebel fleet. (Season 4 episode Jedi Night).
    • Imperial Probe Droid
      • The droids The Empire sends out looking for the Rebel base
    • Mouse Droid
      • No description available
      • Tam enlists the help of a mouse droid designated 5-L to escape from a Star Destroyer. (Season 2 episode The Escape Part 1)
      • Droid on the New Republic prison transport that Burg shoots. (Season 1 episode 6 Chapter 6 The Prisoner)
    • Power Droid
      • Droid seen on Rishi Outpost. (Season 1 episode Rookies)
      • Droid on the Rebel base.
    • Probe Droid
      • from Star Wars sketch
      • No description available
    • Protocol Droid
      • Droid model
    • PZ-7
      • Imperial droid that AP-5 tricks into thinking it has been reassigned to the cargo platform. (Season 3 episode Double Agent Droid)
    • RA-7 Droid
      • Droid seen in the Jawa sandcrawler on Tatooine.
      • Droid seen on Moff Gideon's Imperial light cruiser, first seen in the Jawa sandcrawler in A New Hope. (Season 2 episode Chapter 16 The Rescue)
    • Spider Droid
      • Spider droids visible coming out of water on the Wookiee planet Kashyyyk.
    • Treadwell
      • Peli Motto owns one of the classic repair droids first seen in A New Hope. (Season 2 episode The Passenger)
    • Viper
      • Imperial probe droids guarding the conveyex transport train on the planet Vandor.
    • Vulture Droid
      • Flying battle droids deployed from the Trade Federation control ship to battle the Royal Starships of Naboo.
      • Droids crawling all over General Grievous' ship in the opening battle sequence.
      • Separatist droids that Jaybo reactivates and R2-D2 flies as a decoy while Anakin and team destroy the laser emitter. (Season 1 episode Mystery of a Thousand Moons)
  • Androids and Robots-Specific
    • 2-1B
      • Medical droid stationed at Echo Base on Hoth that treated Luke Skywalker following his Wampa attack.
    • 2BR-NTB
      • a.k.a. 2B. Resistance spy Norath Kev's astromech droid, shot by bounty hunter Ax Tagrin.
(Season 2 episode The Missing Agent)
    • 327T
      • Droid that serves aboard Jedi General Luminara Unduli's Jedi cruiser Tranquility. (Season 1 episode Cloak of Darkness)
    • 4-Q-2
      • Robot, parody of C-3PO.
    • 4D-M1N
      • a.k.a. 4D. Captain Doza's command bridge droid. (Season 1 The High Tower)
    • 5-L
      • Tam enlists the help of a mouse droid designated 5-L to escape from a Star Destroyer. (Season 2 episode The Escape Part 1)
    • AP-5
      • Imperial protocol droid that becomes Chopper's friend and a rebel operative, from various episodes. (Season 2 episodes The Forgotten Droid, The Mystery of Chopper Base, Twilight of the Apprentice) AP-5 and Chopper infiltrate an Imperial base. (Season 3 episode Double Agent Droid)
    • Arty-Deco
      • Robot, parody of R2-D2.
    • AZ-3
      • Medical droid that helps Fives remove Tup's tumor. (Season 6 episode Conspiracy)
    • BB-8
      • Poe Dameron's astromech droid. (Season 1 episode The Recruit)
    • BNI-393
      • Republic droid whose master was killed when the Separatists attacked the ship. (Season 5 episode Point of No Return)
    • Bucket
      • a.k.a. R1-J5, Yeager's astromech droid.
    • C-3PO
      • Star Wars droids R2-D2 and C-3PO appeared in two episodes of Sesame Street - Season 11 episodes 1364 and 1396.
      • Star Wars droids R2-D2 and C-3PO appeared in episode 417 of The Muppet Show, along with Luke Skywalker and Chewbacca, visiting the planet Koozebane.
      • Princess Leia sends R2-D2 and C-3PO to Tatooine to find Obi-Wan Kenobi.
      • C-3PO escapes Hoth with Han, Chewbacca, and Leia in the Millennium Falcon, ultimately arriving on Cloud City, where he gets blasted to pieces by a stormtrooper.
      • R2-D2 and C-3PO from Star Wars can be seen in the hieroglyphic carvings in the Well of Souls.
      • After playing critical roles in rescuing the rebels from Jabba the Hut, R2-D2 and C-3PO accompany their friends to Endor.
      • The bimonthly Springfield sci-fi convention a.k.a. Bi-Mon-Sci-Fi-Con, includes Tag Team Robot Wrestling, featuring the mighty robots of Battlestar Galactica versus the gay robots of Star Wars - R2-D2 and C-3PO. (Season 10 episode Mayored to the Mob)
      • As it turns out, it was a young Anakin Skywalker that built the famous protocol droid out of spare parts... who would have thought?
      • C-3PO reunites with Anakin and Padmé on Tatooine, accompanying them to Geonosis to rescue Obi-Wan.
      • Protocol droid serving Senator Amidala.
      • C-3PO accompanies Padmé to Mustafar, ultimately ending up in the possession of Captain Raymus Antilles on board the Corellian corvette Tantive IV.
      • Padmé Amidala's protocol droid.
      • Padmé Amidala's protocol droid.
      • R2-D2 and C-3PO accompany Minister Tua to Garel. (Season 1 episode Droids in Distress)
      • C-3PO serves General Organa and the Resistance.
      • R2-D2 and C-3PO have a short cameo at the Rebel base.
      • Star Wars droids C-3PO and R2-D2 march in the Robot Pride Parade.
      • C-3PO serves General Organa and the Resistance.
      • The Star Wars droid is present in the Oh My Disney website, with the Disney princesses.
      • C-3PO travels with the gang to find the Sith wayfinder that will lead them to Emperor Palpatine.
    • C1-10P
      • a.k.a. Chopper. Astromech droid on the Ghost.
    • C4
      • Astromech droid installed in Kaz's X-wing fighter. (Season 1 episode The Recruit)
    • CB-23
      • Astromech droid in the X-Wing that Poe brings for Kaz. (Season 1 episode Signal From Sector Six)
    • Decimator
      • Techno Union combat droid capable of vaporizing organic life. (Season 7 episode On the Wings of Keeradaks)
    • EG-86
      • Power droid and courier containing rebel information that Hera sends Sabine, Ezra and Chopper to retrieve. (Season 2 episode Blood Sisters)
    • EV-A4-D
      • General Grievous' caretaker droid. (Season 1 episode The Lair of General Grievous)
    • FX-7
      • Medical droid stationed at Echo Base on Hoth that treated Luke Skywalker following his Wampa attack.
    • IG-11
      • Bounty droid that The Manalorian encounters - and kills - while pursuing a mysterious bounty. (Season 1 episode Chapter 1)
    • IG-3D
      • Assassination droid. (Season 1 episode Hostage Crisis)
    • K-2SO
      • Reprogrammed Imperial droid, now working for the Rebellion.
    • M5-BZ
      • Republic astromech droid sent on mission led by Colonel Gascon to capture an encryption module from within the vault of a Separatist dreadnought. (Season 5 episode Secret Weapons)
    • MD-15C
      • Medical droid
    • QT-KT
      • Republic astromech droid sent on mission led by Colonel Gascon to capture an encryption module from within the vault of a Separatist dreadnought. (Season 5 episode Secret Weapons)
    • R2-D2
      • Star Wars droids R2-D2 and C-3PO appeared in two episodes of Sesame Street - Season 11 episodes 1364 and 1396.
      • Star Wars droids R2-D2 and C-3PO appeared in episode 417 of The Muppet Show, along with Luke Skywalker and Chewbacca, visiting the planet Koozebane.
      • R2-D2 from Star Wars can be seen upside down in the alien mothership.
      • Princess Leia sends R2-D2 and C-3PO to Tatooine to find Obi-Wan Kenobi.
      • R2 accompanies Luke to Dagobah for training with Jedi master Yoda, and then Cloud City in an attempt to rescue his friends.
      • R2-D2 and C-3PO from Star Wars can be seen in the hieroglyphic carvings in the Well of Souls.
      • After playing critical roles in rescuing the rebels from Jabba the Hut, R2-D2 and C-3PO accompany their friends to Endor.
      • The bimonthly Springfield sci-fi convention a.k.a. Bi-Mon-Sci-Fi-Con, includes Tag Team Robot Wrestling, featuring the mighty robots of Battlestar Galactica versus the gay robots of Star Wars - R2-D2 and C-3PO. (Season 10 episode Mayored to the Mob)
      • R2 is one of four astromech droids on Queen Amidala's royal starship, the only one that survives the escape from the Trade Federation.
      • R2 accompanies Anakin and Padmé to Naboo, then on to Tatooine, and finally to Geonosis to rescue Obi-Wan.
      • Astromech serving Senator Amidala.
      • R2 accompanies Anakin and Obi-Wan on their mission to rescue Chancellor Palpatine from Count Dooku, ultimately ending up in the possession of Captain Raymus Antilles on board the Corellian corvette Tantive IV.
      • Anakin Skywalker's astromech droid.
      • Anakin Skywalker's astromech droid.
      • R2-D2 from Star Wars can be seen in the Starfleet wreckage flying past the bridge of the USS Enterprise.
      • R2-D2 and C-3PO accompany Minister Tua to Garel. (Season 1 episode Droids in Distress)
      • R2 spends most of the movie in storage, eventually waking up to reveal Luke Skywalker's location by combining map data stored in his memory with the map BB-8 is carrying. R2 accompanies Rey and Chewbacca to the planet Ahch-To.
      • R2-D2 and C-3PO have a short cameo at the Rebel base.
      • Star Wars droids C-3PO and R2-D2 march in the Robot Pride Parade.
      • R2 plays Leia's original message to Obi-Wan on the Millennium Falcon on Ahch-To.
      • R2 restores C-3PO's memory after Babu Frik wipes it in order to allow him to translate a message in a forbidden Sith language.
      • Luke Skywalker's droid that joins Luke when he boards Moff Gideon's Imperial light cruiser to retrieve Grogu. (Season 2 episode Chapter 16 The Rescue)
    • R2-KT
      • Pink R2 unit on the resistance base, originally created by the founder of the 501st fan organization to watch after his daughter Katie who had terminal brain cancer. The droid visits children's hospitals to this day.
    • R3
      • Iron Squadron droid. (Season 3 episode The Iron Squadron)
    • R3-S6
      • Anakin's new droid to replace R2-D2 - actually a spy for General Grievous. (Season 1 episode Downfall of a Droid)
    • R4-D12
      • Marcus Speedstar's astromech droid. (Season 1 episode The Platform Classic)
    • R4-G77
      • Hype Fazon takes his droid to Acquisitions to replace its broken motivator. (Season 1 Short)
    • R4-P17
      • Obi-Wan's astromech droid that joins him on his journey to Kamino, and then Geonosis.
      • Obi-Wan's astromech droid, attacked by buzz droids in the opening battle sequence.
      • Obi-Wan's astromech droid.
    • R5-D4
      • 
Astromech droid owned by Peli Motto, originally from A New Hope. (Season 2 episode Chapter 9 The Marshal)
    • R6-H5
      • Kit Fisto's astromech droid. (Season 1 episode The Lair of General Grievous)
    • R7-A7
      • Ahsoka's astromech droid. (Season 1 episode Storm Over Ryloth)
    • Russo-ISC
      • Crime scene analyzer for the Jedi working with Anakin and Ahsoka on the Jedi Temple bombing. (Season 5 episode Sabotage)
    • SD-357
      • Droid on ship attacked by Darth Maul and Savage Opress. (Season 5 episode Revival)
    • TC-14
      • Protocol droid that greets the Jedi ambassadors on the Trade Federation ship.
    • TC-G3
      • Vranki's droid that starts preparations for the Voxx Vortex 5000 race between Captain Doza's Aces and Vranki's droids. (Season 2 episode Voxx Vortex 5000)
    • Todo 360
      • Bounty hunter Cad Bane's techno-service droid. (Season 2 episode Holocron Heist)
    • Torch
      • Venisa Doze's astromech droid. (Season 2 episode Rebuilding the Resistance)
    • U9-C4
      • Republic astromech droid sent on mission led by Colonel Gascon to capture an encryption module from within the vault of a Separatist dreadnought. (Season 5 episode Secret Weapons)
    • WAC-47
      • Republic astromech pit droid sent on mission led by Colonel Gascon to capture an encryption module from within the vault of a Separatist dreadnought. (Season 5 episode Secret Weapons)
    • Zero
      • Droid in Ran and Mayfeld's crew. (Season 1 episode 6 Chapter 6 The Prisoner)
  • Animals/Creatures
    • Acklay
      • Execution beast that attacked Obi-Wan during the attempted execution on Geonosis.
    • Bantha
      • Large, hairy mammals with sharp, spiraling horns domesticated by Tusken Raiders on Tatooine.
      • There's a herd of banthas visible when Jabba takes his prisoners out to the Sarlacc pit. (Special Edition)
      • Large elephant looking creatures ridden by Tusken Raiders - a couple are visible in Mos Espa.
      • Elephant-like mount of the Sand People on Tatooine that Obi-Wan mentions: "This could turn out to be a wild bantha chase."
      • Colonel Gascon requests dinner with the captain when they board the Republic shop, but advises that he doesn't eat bantha. (Season 5 episode Point of No Return)
      • Ace Squadron pilot Hype Fazon orders bantha milk in the Ac Squadron lounge. (Season 1 episode Secrets and Holograms)
      • Creature Han mentions when he insults Lando to Qi'ra: Also, your guy, Captain Wonderful, is so full of bantha crap.
      • Mando and Toro Calican encounter Tusken Raiders with Banthas on their way to find Fennec Shand. (Season 1 episode Chapter 5 The Gunslinger) The Krayt dragon swallows a bantha whole in the Tatooine desert. (Season 2 episode Chapter 9 The Marshal)
    • Blurrg
      • Beasts of burden on Endor.
      • Beasts of burden on Endor.
      • Beasts of burden on the planet Ryloth. (Season 1 episode Liberty of Ryloth)
      • Creature ridden like a horse on Hera's home planet of Ryloth (Season 3 episode Hera's Heroes).
      • Beast of burden that Kuiil teaches Mando to ride. (Season 1 episode Chapter 1)
    • Boga
      • Fast lizard that Obi-Wan rides on the planet Utapau.
    • Bogen
      • Creatures on the new rebel base planet that look like snails. (Season 2 episode The Mystery of Chopper Base)
    • Bogwing
      • Animal from Naboo that Greef Karga calls baby Yoda.(Chapter 7 The Reckoning)
    • Colo Claw Fish
      • Giant sea creature on the planet Naboo.
      • When Han and Qi'ra return to Dryden's office, he offers them a plate of colo claw fish, one of the sea creatures in The Phantom Menace.
    • Convor
      • Creatures on the new rebel base planet that look like owls. (Season 2 episode The Mystery of Chopper Base)
    • Corellian hound
      • Dog like creatures on Han's home planet.
    • Dewback
      • Large reptiles ridden by stormtroopers on Tatooine searching for the droid occupants of the Rebel escape pod.
      • Randall Curtis, creator of Star Wars parody Cosmic Wars, has a framed picture of a Dewback lizard on his office wall. (Season 15 episode Co-Dependents' Day)
      • Large lizard creature on Tatooine.
      • Obi-Wan rides a Dewback lizard on Tatooine (Season 3 episode Twin Suns)
      • Large lizard that stormtroopers ride on Tatooine (from Luke's dream in the Prologue of the novelization Star Wars: The Last Jedi: Expanded Edition written by Jason Fry)
      • Mando and Toro Calican spot a Dewback dragging its rider along on their way to find Fennec Shand. (Season 1 episode Chapter 5 The Gunslinger)
    • Dragonsnake
      • Obi-Wan is attacked by a dragonsnake on the planet Nal Hutta, which he quickly kills. (Season 3 episode Hunt for Ziro)
    • Eopie
      • Camel-looking beasts of burden on Tatooine.
      • Obi-Wan rides camel-like creature when dropping Luke off on Tatooine.
      • Beasts of burden on the planet Bardotta's moon Zardossa Stix. (Season 6 episode The Disappeared Part 2)
    • Exogorth
      • a.k.a. space slug - the creature in the asteroid that tries to eat the Millennium Falcon
    • Fathier
      • The horse-like creatures at Canto Bight
    • Fyrnock
      • Nocturnal creatures that Hera and Sabine encounter at Fort Anaxes, an old Republic base during the Clone Wars. Later, Ezra uses the Force to make the creatures attack Imperial stormtroopers and The Inquisitor (Season 1 episodes Out of Darkness, Gathering Forces)
    • Gooberfish
      • Large aquatic sea creature that attacks the Jedi's Bongo when they are leaving Gungan City.
    • Gorg
      • Animal eaten on The Colossus, called 'womp rats of the sea'. (Season 1 episode The Recruit)
    • Grinjer
      • Animal that the waitress at the restaurant on the planet Sorgan mentions. Mando orders a porringer of bone broth for baby Yoda and the waitress tells him he's in luck because she just took down a grinjer. (Season 1 episode Chapter 4 The Sanctuary)
    • Gundark
      • After Luke recovers from the Wampa attack, Han tells him he looks strong enough to pull the ears off a gundark
      • Anakin and Obi-Wan discuss the time that Obi-Wan fell into a nest of gundarks, and Anakin saved him.
      • Large predatory animal from the planet Vanqor. (Season 1 episode Dooku Captured) Gundarks attack R2-D2 and R8-B7 on Vanqor. (Season 2 episode R2 Come Home)
      • Dangerous alien creature. Poe guesses what the creature on the freighter is that ate the pirates (maybe a rathtar or a gundark or a reek) - it turns out to be a giant Kowakian monkey lizard. (Season 1 episode Signal From Sector Six)
    • Gutkurrs
      • Large predatory insectoid creatures on the planet Ryloth. (Season 1 episode Innocents of Ryloth)
    • Happabore
      • Large beast on Jakku that pushes Finn out of the water trough in Niima Outpost.
    • Jakoosk
      • Giant flying creature on the moon Celsor 3 that attacks the ships from the Colossus while they're conducting battle drills. (Season 2 episode Live Fire) The crew of the Colossus hunts and kills one for food. (Season 2 episode Hunt on Celsor 3)
    • Joopa
      • Elusive big game Captain Rex and his buddies use Zeb as bait to hunt on the planet Seelos (Season 2 episode The Lost Commanders)
    • Karnex Dragon
      • There's a race of mythical majestic dragons that lived deep underground, far beneath the surface of the planet Drahgor III, until awaken by the Gozzo's deep core drilling project. (Season 2 episode From Beneath)
    • Keeradak
      • Large flying reptiles on the planet Skako Minor. (Season 7 episode A Distant Echo)
    • Kowakian Monkey Lizard
      • Hondo gambles on Kowakian Monkey-lizard fights on Florrum. (Season 2 episode Lethal Trackdown)
      • Small monkey type animal that Poe and Kaz encounter on the freighter, what Poe describes as, the biggest pain this side of the galaxy. (Season 1 episode Signal From Sector Six) There's a Kowakian Monkey Lizard at Vranki's Hotel And Casino in the Voxx Cluster. (Season 2 episode Voxx Vortex 5000)
      • Animal seen being cooked on the planet where Mando meets with Greef Carga. (Season 1 episode Chapter 1)
    • Krakavora
      • Flying water creatures on the planet Aeos ridden by the Aeosians. (Season 2 episode The New World)
    • Krayt Dragon
      • Large reptiles on Tatooine, seen in the form of a skeleton behind C-3PO.
      • No description available
      • Creature terrorizing the old mining settlement of Mos Pelgo. (Season 2 episode Chapter 9 The Marshal)
    • Krykna Spider
      • Giant spider-like creatures inhabiting the planet Atollon, location of the Rebel base.
    • Kwazel Maw
      • Large sea creature from the swamps on Rodia that Jar Jar befriends. (Season 1 episode Bombad Jedi)
    • Loth-bat
      • Bat-like creatures native to the planet Lothal (Season 4 episode Jedi Night)
    • Loth-cat
      • Cat-like creature on the planet Lothal - there's a loth-cat in Ezra's force vision in Season 2 episode Legacy
      • Animal on the planet Sorgan, originally from Star Wars Rebels. (Season 1 episode Chapter 4 The Sanctuary) Seen in the background on the street. (Season 2 episode Chapter 13 The Jedi)
    • Loth-rat
      • Animal on the planet Lothal
    • Loth-wolf
      • Once thought to be extinct canine creature on the planet Lothal. (Season 1 episode Path of the Jedi) Multiple episodes in Season 4.
    • Luggabeast
      • Creature Teedo rides on Jakku.
    • Mamacore
      • Creature on the Quarren boat that almost eats Baby Yoda - and Mando, until they are saved by Bo-Katan. (Season 2 episode Chapter 11: The Heiress)
    • Massiff
      • Domesticated animals at the Tusken Raider camp on Tatooine when Anakin goes to rescue his mother.
      • Tusken raider dogs that surround Mando and Cobb Vanth, and Mando befriends. (Season 2 episode Chapter 9 The Marshal)
    • Moggolvee
      • Neeku comments that the baby rokkna found in Synara's salvaged Z-95 Headhunter ship looks like the moggolvee he had as a pet when he was a hatchling. (Season 1 episode Bibo)
    • Mudhorn
      • Mando kills this rhino-looking creature and steals its egg to trade the Jawas for his ship parts. (Season 1 episode Chapter 2 The Child)
    • Mynock
      • The creatures that chew on the Millennium Falcon's exterior cables inside the asteroid.
      • Mentioned in Season 2 episode Relics of the Old Republic: We're sitting mynocks on this thing" - Ezra
      • Small flying animal that is attracted to electricity.
      • Rio Durant mentions mynock roasts on the planet Ardennia
    • Mythosaur
      • When Mando struggles to ride the Blurrg, Kuiil reminds him that his ancestors rode the great mythosaur. (Season 1 episode Chapter 1)
    • Navi White Spiders
      • Mando, Baby Yoda and the frog lady barely escape with their lives from a nest of Navi white spiders. (Season 2 episode Chapter 10 The Passenger)
    • Nerf
      • Leia calls Han a scruffy looking Nerf herder
      • from Star Wars sketch
    • Nexu
      • Execution beast that attacked Padmé during the attempted execution on Geonosis.
    • Nuna
      • a.k.a. swamp turkeys, nuna meet served roasted in various episodes. (The Deserter, Voyage of Temptation, Evil Plans, A Necessary Bond)
      • Animal originally from The Clone Wars, listed on the menu as Roast Tuna in the restaurant where Mando and Boba Fett meet Bo-Katan. (Season 2 episode Chapter 16 The Rescue)
    • Orbak
      • Horse-like creatures that Jannah and her fellow former stormtroopers ride.
    • Porg
      • Cute little Puffin-inspired animal on Ahch-To.
      • Small birds on Luke Skywalker's island on the planet Ahch-To.
      • Small bird-like creatures on Ahch-To.
    • Puffer Pig
      • Pigs capable of sniffing out valuable minerals (Season 1 episode Idiot's Array) Vizago's payment for sneaking the rebels past the Imperial blockade of Lothal to attack the TIE Defender plant. (Season 4 episode The Occupation)
    • Rancor
      • The beast Jabba keeps below his throne room, to eat visitors, that Luke kills.
      • Sabine and Zeb describe Thrawn's assassin Rukh: "Looks like a baby rancor" (Season 4 episode Jedi Night)
    • Rathtar
      • Dangerous creatures Han and Chewbacca are hauling on their freighter.
      • Dangerous alien creature. Poe guesses what the creature on the freighter is that ate the pirates (maybe a rathtar or a gundark or a reek) - it turns out to be a giant Kowakian monkey lizard. (Season 1 episode Signal From Sector Six)
    • Ravinak
      • Large sea serpent creature with tusks that live beneath the ice. One attacks Mando's ship as he's trying to take off with Mythrol. (Season 1 episode Chapter 1)
    • Reek
      • Execution beast that attacked Anakin during the attempted execution on Geonosis.
      • Beast that General Grievous rides on the planet Saleucami. (Season 2 episode The Deserter)
      • Dangerous alien creature. Poe guesses what the creature on the freighter is that ate the pirates (maybe a rathtar or a gundark or a reek) - it turns out to be a giant Kowakian monkey lizard. (Season 1 episode Signal From Sector Six)
    • Rishi Eel
      • Giant eel that that eats a clone trooper Hevy outside Rishi Outpost. (Season 1 episode Rookies)
    • Roggwart
      • Jedi Master Kit Fisto kills General Grievous' pet roggwart that guards his fortress, Gor. (Season 1 episode The Lair of General Grievous)
    • Rokarian Dirt Fish
      • Animal that Ahsoka Tano mentions when threatening the Viceroy. (Season 1 episode Cloak of Darkness)
    • Rokkna
      • Neeku adopts a baby sea creature found in Synara's salvaged Z-95 Headhunter ship, naming him Bibo. (Season 1 episode Bibo)
    • Ronto
      • The packages the rebels smuggle are labeled Ronto Meat in Season 2 episode Blood Sisters
    • Ruping
      • Flying reptile on Onderon, used as mounts and war beasts. (Season 5 episode Tipping Points)
    • Sarlacc
      • Jabba's plan for the rebels is to take them out to the Dune Sea and cast intothe Pit of Carkoon, the nesting place of the all-powerful Sarlacc.
      • Large creature that lives in a giant hole in the desert on Tatooine. Mando and Cobb Vanth track the Krayt dragon to it's home, an abandoned sarlacc pit. (Season 2 episode Chapter 9 The Marshal)
    • Shaak
      • Large, round herbivores on the planet Naboo. (Season 1 episode Blue Shadow Virus)
    • Sonar Swallows
      • Type of bird on the planet D'Qar
    • Speagull
      • Star Wars version of seagulls, native to the planet Castilon, seen in numerous episodes.
    • Starbird
      • Agent Kallus recognizes Sabine's artwork as the symbol of Phoenix Squadron, which was based on the Starbird, a creature of light rising in flames. (Season 3 episode An Inside Man)
    • Steelpecker
      • Bird like creature on Jakku when Rey arrives at Niima Outpost.
    • Summa-verminoth
      • Massive space creatures in the Akkadese Maelstrom.
    • Taun Taun
      • Randall Curtis,creator of Star Wars parody Cosmic Wars, rides off into the sunset on a Taun Taun. (Season 15 episode Co-Dependents' Day)
    • Tauntaun
      • No description available
      • from Star Wars sketch
    • Terentatek
      • Rancor-like creature that Count Dooku mentions to Yoda in Yoda's vision. (Season 6 episode Destiny)
    • Thala-Sirens
      • No description available
    • Tibidee
      • Large flying creatures. A group of them help the ccrew of the Ghost escape the Spire prison. (Season 1 Rise of the Old Masters) Ezra summons a Tibidee to hell him and Kanan escape from inquisitors. (Season 2 episode Shroud of Darkness)
    • Venom Mites
      • Creatures that Obi-Wan and Satine encountered on the planet Draboon. (Season 2 episode Voyage of Temptation)
    • Void Striders
      • Bird-type creatures with long necks on the planet Abafar, where Colonel Gascon and D-Squad crash land after stealing an encryption module from a Separatist Dreadnaught. (Season 5 episode Secret Weapons)
    • Voorpak
      • Torra's pet Buggles is a voorpak.
    • Vulptice
      • a.k.a. the crystal foxes on Crait
    • Wampa
      • Creature on Hoth that attacks Luke.
      • from Star Wars sketch
    • Whoop Hog
      • Finn's insult to Phasma in deleted scene: "When your shiny neck was threatened, you squealed like a whoop hog. The evidence blew up with the base, but you and I know the truth. When I put a gun to your head, you shut down Starkiller's shields."
    • Womp Rat
      • Creature Luke mentions during Death Star attack plan briefing: I used to bullseye womp rats in my T-16 back home. They're not much bigger than two meters.
      • Obi-Wan tells Anakin there's more than one way to skin a womp rat. (Season 1 episode Mystery of a Thousand Moons)
      • Mentioned only, compared to gorg, or romp rats of the sea. (Season 1 episode The Recruit)
      • Mando calls baby Yoda a little womp rat: (Season 1 episode Chapter 4 The Sanctuary) Deli Motto calls Mando a womp rat. (Season 1 episode Chapter 5 The Gunslinger) Womp rats shown on screen on Tatooine fir the first time. Peli Motto calls baby Yoda a little womp rat. Cobb Vanth says, "I guess every once in a while, both suns shine on a womp rat's tail." Cobb Vanth comments that the Krayt dragon is picking them off like womp rats. (Season 2 episode Chapter 9 The Marshal)
    • Xandu
      • Large flying predators with four wings on the planet Iego. (Season 1 episode Mystery of a Thousand Moons)
    • Zillo Beast
      • Giant dragon-like creature on the planet Malastare, thought to be extinct. (Season 2 episode The Zillo Beast, The Zillo Beast Strikes Back)
  • Arenas, Fields and Stadiums
    • Grand Arena
      • Large stadium in Mos Espa on the planet Tatooine, home of podracing events such as the annual Boonta Eve Classic, which Anakin wins.
  • Armed Forces
    • 224th Division
      • Division of the Grand Army of the Republic. The Voice of the Outer Rim radio broadcast dedicates a song to the med-jumpers of the 224th slugging it out on Mimban. (Season 1 episode Rookies)
    • 501st Clone Battalion
      • Rex's old Clone army division mentioned in Season 2 episode The Lost Commanders
    • 501st Legion
      • Captain Rex's prestigious division of clone troopers in the Grand Army of the Republic. (Season 1 episode Rookies)
    • Ace Squadron
      • Elite fighter pilots on the Colossus. (Season 1 episode The Recruit)
    • The Bad Batch
      • a.k.a. Clone Force 99, an elite squad of clone troopers with genetic mutations, featuring Crosshair, Tech, Wrecker, Corporal CT-1409, and by the end of the episode, Echo. (Season 7 episode The Bad Batch)
    • Black Squadron
      • Resistance starfighter squadron that participates in the attack on the First Order's Starkiller Base.
      • General Leia Organa tasks Poe Dameron with searching for Lor San Tekka and the map to her brother. Dameron forms the ace pilot team known as Black Squadron for the operation.
    • Blue Squadron
      • Rebel airspeeder and starfighter squadron that participates in the Battle of Hoth.
      • Rebel airspeeder and starfighter squadron that participates in the Battle of Endor.
      • Ahsoka's first command assignment. (Season 1 episode Storm Over Ryloth)
      • Resistance starfighter squadron that participates in the attack on the First Order's Starkiller Base.
      • Rebel airspeed and starfighter squadron that participates in the Battle of Scarif.
      • Resistance starfighter squadron that takes out the First Order dreadnaught.
    • Bravo Squad
      • Group of clone cadets on Kamino that pass their final test on the first try, making Domino Squad look even worse. (Season 3 episode Clone Cadets)
    • D-Squad
      • a.k.a. Droid Squadron. Mace Windu and the Jedi council assemble a team of droid for a mission capture an encryption module from within the vault of a Separatist dreadnought. (Season 5 episode Secret Weapons)
    • Death Watch
      • Mandalorian group that doesn't believe Mandalore's commitment to peace is a sign of progress. Duchess Satine calls them a small group of hooligans who choose to vandalize public places, but they are actually overthrow the government. (Season 2 episode The Mandalore Plot, Season 4 episode A Friend in Need)
      • A Mandalorian splinter group that opposed the pacifist government of Mandalore.
    • The Defiance
      • The slave rebellion that Beth leads, inspired by the Rebellion from Star Wars. (Season 4 episode Star Mort Rickturn of the Jerri)
    • Domino Squad
      • Group of clone cadets on Kamino that struggle to come together as a team and risk failing their final test. (Season 3 episode Clone Cadets)
    • The Fighting Corps
      • Mandalorian military unit. (Season 1 episode Chapter 8 Redemption)
    • The Final Order
      • The Emperor's plan for the First Order. A new Empire.
    • Gold Squadron
      • Rebel X-wing fighter squadron that participates in the Battle of Yavin.
      • Rebel X-wing fighter squadron that participates in the Battle of Endor.
      • Anakin's starfighter squadron. (Season 1 episode Downfall of a Droid)
      • Rebel squadron that brings Senator Mon Moth to meet e crew of the Ghost. (Season 3 episode Secret Cargo)
      • Rebel X-wing fighter squadron that participates in the Battle of Scarif.
    • Grand Army Of The Republic
      • Clone army built by the Kaminoans, at the request of Jedi Master Sifo-Dyas.
      • Referenced in Season 3
    • Green Squadron
      • Rebel straighter squadron. (Season 3 episodes The Antilles Extraction, Zero Hour)
    • Grey Squadron
      • Dog fighter pilot crew, with call signs identical to Red Squadron in Star Wars. Because dogs are color blind, Red Squadron was changed to Grey Squadron.
    • Honor Guard Of Lasan
      • Elite military group on Zeb's home world (Season 1 episode Droids in Distress)
    • Imperial Army
      • Branch of the Imperial military that Han mentions to Beckett on Mimban: "I just couldn't help but notice you're wearing a uniform pock-full of laser burns. So either you heal real quick or you stole it off a dead man. You're not Imperial Army. You're thieves here to steal equipment for a job and I want in."
    • Imperial Navy
      • Referred to as such in Season 3 episode Secret Cargo
      • Han joins the Imperial Navy.
    • Jade Squadron
      • Captain Doza's wife Venisa is Jade Leader of the Resistance's Jade squadron. (Season 2 episode Rebuilding the Resistance)
    • The Jedi Order
      • Religious order of the Jedi Knights, obliterated during the Clone Wars.
    • Knights Of Ren
      • Group that Snoke mentions to Kylo Ren: "Even you, Master of the Knights of Ren, have never faced such a test."
    • New Republic Navy
      • Prior to joining the Resistance, Kaz served in the New Republic Navy. (Season 1 The Recruit)
    • Phoenix Squadron
      • Division of rebel fleet introduced in Season 2
    • Rancor Battalion
      • Colt from Rancor Battalion speaks at a gathering of current clone cadets on Kamino. (Season 3 episode Clone Cadets)
    • Rapier Squadron
      • Following altercations with First Order forces at Suraz and OR-Kappa-2722, New Republic Commander Poe Dameron defects to the Resistance alongside members of his X-Wing team, Rapier Squadron.
    • The Rebel Alliance
      • No description available
      • Catherine reads a news report referring to the events of Star Wars Episode 4 A New Hope: "Tragedy struck today in Sector 9 as rebel terrorists blew up the Death Star, killing thousands. The rebel alliance, a fringe group of anti-Empire fanatics has claimed responsibility for the terrorist act. Fortunately, Lord Vader escaped without harm. Our hearts go out to the families of the victims.” (Season 3 episode Space, the episode that imagines WNYX is located on a space station)
    • The Rebellion
      • a.k.a. The Rebel Alliance
      • a.k.a. The Rebel Alliance
      • a.k.a. The Rebel Alliance
      • from Star Wars sketch
      • The Rebels series tells the story of the rise of the Rebel Alliance, a.k.a. the Rebellion against the Galactic Empire.
      • Allied forces brought together to stand against the evil Galactic Empire.
    • Red Eye Knights
      • When Lone Starr, Barf, Princess Vespa, and Dot Matrix meet Yogurt in the temple, Barf asks Yogurt if he is the leader of the Red Eye Knights, and the possessor of the Force. Yogurt replies that it's not him, but Sir Alec Guinness, who played Obi-wan Kenobi in Star Wars. (R.L. Stine's novelization)
    • Red Squadron
      • Rebel X-wing fighter squadron that participates in the Battle of Yavin.
      • Rebel X-wing fighter squadron that participates in the Battle of Endor.
      • In the opening battle sequence, Obi-Wan serves as leader of Red Squadron.
      • Resistance starfighter squadron that participates in the attack on the First Order's Starkiller Base.
      • Rebel X-wing fighter squadron that participates in the Battle of Scarif.
    • The Resistance
      • General Leia's armed group fighting the rise of the First Order, supported by the New Republic.
      • Sequel version of the Rebellion
      • Shortly after her resignation, Leia Organa officially forms a paramilitary group dubbed the Resistance alongside former New Republic Admiral Gial Ackbar to combat the threat of the Empire's return when the New Republic will not.
      • The New Republic Command sends Kaz and his team to deliver new intel to the Resistance. (Season 1 episode The Recruit)
      • Armed faction that destroys the Emperor's fleet.
    • Rogue One
      • Starfighter squadron that passed the Death Star plans on to the Tantive IV. (story Raymus)
    • Rogue Squadron
      • Rebel airspeeder and starfighter squadron that participates in the Battle of Hoth.
    • Royal Onderon Militia
      • Military force on the planet Onderon. (Season 5 episode The Soft War)
    • The Separatist Droid Army
      • Battle droids built on Geonosis to serve the Separatists.
      • Droid army of the Separatist movement.
    • Skull Squadron
      • Squadron of Mandalorian Protectors who assisted the Galactic Republic during the Clone Wars from Season 2 episode The Protector of Concord Dawn.
    • The Techno Union Army
      • Official military force of the Techno Union.
    • The Tribe
      • Mandalorian organization that the Mandalorian armorer mentions to Mando. Both were members apparently. (Season 1 episode Chapter 1)
  • Artifacts
    • Chachapoyan Fertility Idol
      • The Golden Idol from Raiders of the Lost Ark can be seen sitting on a shelf behind Han Solo on Dryden Vos' yacht.
  • Artists
    • Janyor Of Bith
      • Famous artist that influenced Sabine's style. (Season 1 episode Idiot's Array)
    • Tojnun
      • Mandalorian artist mentioned by Sabine's father when they are reunited - he tells her that her artwork is derivative of the pre-exile masters, and she admits thet Tojnun was an influence. (Season 4 episode Heroes of Mandalore)
  • Artwork
    • New Freedom
      • Mural featured in the Lothal City Capitol Building on the back wall of the Senate Chamber, depicting the rounded, white towers of Capital City, as well as Lothal's major industries of the past, namely fisheries and agricultural operations. (Season 1 episode Visions of Hope)
  • Assassins, Bounty Hunters and Mercenaries
    • 4-LOM
      • Bounty hunter
    • The Amaxine Warriors
      • Mercenary group led by a former Imperial that launches several terrorist attacks against the Senate, targeting Populist leaders.
    • Aurra Sing
      • Bounty hunter that Beckett killed.
    • Boba Fett
      • Bounty hunter
      • Bounty hunter that originally tracked the Millennium Falcon to Cloud City. Killed inadvertently by Han Solo during the escape from Jabba's sail barge.
    • Bossk
      • Bounty hunter
      • Boba Fett's cohort, from various episodes.
      • Bounty hunter/mercenary Val mentions, as better option than Han and Chewie: "So we get who we need. The Xan sisters, or Bossk. But, no, instead you're putting our lives in the hands of morons."
    • Boushh
      • Bounty hunter that Leia impersonates when infiltrating Jabba's palace.
    • Cad Bane
      • Bounty hunter. (Season 1 episode Hostage Crisis) When Obi-Wan Kenobi goes undercover in prison as Rako Hardeen, he makes contact with Moralo Eval and Cad Bane. (Season 4 episode Deception) One of the 11 bounty hunters that Count Dooku gathers to compete in Moralo Eval's Box to see who will participate in his plot to kidnap the Chancellor. (Season 4 episode The Box)
    • Dengar
      • Bounty hunter
    • Derrown
      • One of the 11 bounty hunters that Count Dooku gathers to compete in Moralo Eval's Box to see who will participate in his plot to kidnap the Chancellor. (Season 4 episode The Box)
    • Embo
      • One of the 11 bounty hunters that Count Dooku gathers to compete in Moralo Eval's Box to see who will participate in his plot to kidnap the Chancellor. (Season 4 episode The Box) Bounty hunter hired to kill Clovis. (Season 6 episode An Old Friend)
    • Fennec Shand
      • Assassin and mercenary, target of bounty hunter wannabe Toro Calican. (Season 1 episode Chapter 5 The Gunslinger)
    • Greedo
      • Bounty hunter working for Jabba the Hutt that tracks Han Solo to Tatooine.
    • IG-88
      • Bounty hunter
    • Jakoli
      • One of the 11 bounty hunters that Count Dooku gathers to compete in Moralo Eval's Box to see who will participate in his plot to kidnap the Chancellor. (Season 4 episode The Box)
    • Jango Fett
      • Bounty hunter, and template for the clones the Kaminoans create.
      • Bounty hunter
    • Ketsu Onyo
      • Bounty hunter and old friend of Sabine's from Season 2 episode Blood Sisters
    • Kiera Swan
      • One of the 11 bounty hunters that Count Dooku gathers to compete in Moralo Eval's Box to see who will participate in his plot to kidnap the Chancellor. (Season 4 episode The Box)
    • Mantu
      • One of the 11 bounty hunters that Count Dooku gathers to compete in Moralo Eval's Box to see who will participate in his plot to kidnap the Chancellor. (Season 4 episode The Box)
    • Onca
      • One of the 11 bounty hunters that Count Dooku gathers to compete in Moralo Eval's Box to see who will participate in his plot to kidnap the Chancellor. (Season 4 episode The Box)
    • Rako Hardeen
      • Bounty hunter that appears to shoot and kill Obi Wan Kenobi, but it's all part of the Jedi's plan for Obi-Wan to go undercover as Rako Hardeen to uncover Count Dooku's plot to kidnap the Chancellor. (Season 4 episode Deception)
    • Sabine Wren
      • Sabine is an ex-bounty hunter
    • Sinrich
      • One of the 11 bounty hunters that Count Dooku gathers to compete in Moralo Eval's Box to see who will participate in his plot to kidnap the Chancellor. (Season 4 episode The Box)
    • Sixtat
      • One of the 11 bounty hunters that Count Dooku gathers to compete in Moralo Eval's Box to see who will participate in his plot to kidnap the Chancellor. (Season 4 episode The Box)
    • Tagrin
      • Bounty hunter hired by the First Order to track down Resistance spy Norath Kev. 
(Season 2 episode The Missing Agent)
    • Toro Calican
      • Bounty Hunter wannabe that hires Mando to help him capture his first bounty, the dangerous mercenary Fennec Shand. (Season 1 episode Chapter 5 The Gunslinger)
    • Twazzi
      • One of the 11 bounty hunters that Count Dooku gathers to compete in Moralo Eval's Box to see who will participate in his plot to kidnap the Chancellor. (Season 4 episode The Box)
    • The Xan Sisters
      • Bounty hunter/mercenary duo that Val mentions, as better option than Han and Chewie: "So we get who we need. The Xan sisters, or Bossk. But, no, instead you're putting our lives in the hands of morons."
    • Zam Wesell
      • Bounty hunter hired by Jango Fett to assassinate Senator Amidala, who failed miserably.
    • Zuckuss
      • Bounty hunter
  • Banks
    • The Banking Clan
      • Senator Amidala travels to the Neutral Zone on the planet Scipio to retrieve Republic funds from the Banking Clan, but when she gets there, she stumbled onto a conspiracy, discovering that the vault is empty. (Season 6 episode An Old Friend)
  • Bars and Night Clubs
    • 79s
      • Clone bar on Coruscant where Fives goes when he arrives. (Season 6 episode Orders)
    • Aunt Z's Tavern
      • Bar on The Colossus. (Season 1 episode The Recruit)
    • The Chalmun's Cantina
      • No description available
    • Club Obi Wan
      • 1930s restaurant and nightclub in Shanghai, China. Tribute to Obi Wan Kenobi from Star Wars.
    • Club Orb
      • No description available
    • Karova Milk Bar
      • Reference to the Korova Milk Bar in Stanley Kubrick's A Clockwork Orange. Mentioned in the end credits... SPECIAL THANKS: Queen Starsha of Iscandar Seldon Institute of Psychohistory Xavier's Institute of Gifted Youngsters Karova Milk Bar, Yonada (the store, not the asteroid) WWII Hero Pug Henry
    • Mos Eisley Cantina
      • Bar in Mos Eisley spaceport where Ben and Luke meet Han and Chewbacca.
      • from Star Wars sketch
      • No description available
      • Cantina in Mos Eisley on Tatooine where Mando goes looking for work, and meets wannabe bounty hunter Toro Calican. (Season 1 episode Chapter 5 The Gunslinger)
    • Old Jho's Pit Stop
      • Where Kanan and Ezra find Tseebo (Season 1 episode Empire Day). Later revealed to have been taken over by a famous Imperial fighter pilot (Season 4 episode The Occupation).
    • Outlander Club
      • Nightclub where Anakin and Obi-Wan chase bounty hunter and assassin Zam Wesell.
      • No description available
    • Roy's Roadhouse
      • When Graeme, Clive and Paul duck into Roy's Roadhouse in Nevada, the house musicians fire up the song played by the cantina band in Star Wars.
    • Sons Of Erin Hall
      • Location of small time racketeer Mike Scollay's sister's wedding. (story The Wedding Gig)
    • Toshi Station
      • nightclub featuring The Power Converters from Star Wars sketch
  • Battles, Conflicts and Wars
    • Battle Of Ansett Island
      • Battle where Jannah and her fellow stormtroopers mutinied against the First Order.
    • Battle Of Atollon
      • Battle between the Rebels and Grand Admiral Thrawn's Imperial Fleet over Atollon, location of a rebel base. (Season 3 episode Zero Hour)
    • Battle Of Christophsis
      • Battle that Captain Rex mentions when Ezra tells him that Ahsoka Tano sent them (Season 2 episode The Lost Commanders)
    • Battle Of Chyron Belt
      • Battle Vice Admiral is famous for, mentioned by Poe when Holdo assumes command of the fleet
    • Battle Of Crait
      • Poe tells Zorii Bliss how nobody came to help when they sent out their distress signal during the Battle of Crait.
    • Battle Of Endor
      • Name given to the conflict between the Galactic Empire and the Rebel Alliance, when the Rebels, with the help of local resident Ewoks, destroyed the 2nd Death Star over Endor.
    • Battle Of Geonosis
      • The first battle of the Clone Wars, the first appearance of the Grand Army of the Republic, which Yoda brought to save the Jedi from the Separatist Droid Army.
      • Battle between the Jedi and the Separatist droid army from Attack of the Clones, mentioned briefly.
      • Colonel Gascon served the Republic as a military strategist during the Battle of Geonosis. (Season 5 episode Secret Weapons)
    • Battle Of Hoth
      • Name given to the conflict between the Galactic Empire and the Rebel Alliance, when the Empire attempted to destroy the Rebel base on the ice planet Hoth.
    • Battle Of Jakku
      • Battle that Poe mentions when he's talking about the Resistance ship, saying this old girl saw action from the Battle of Scarify all the way up to Jakku. (Season 1 episode The Recruit) Kaz learns that Yeager was in the Rebellion, and fought at the Battle of Jakku. (Season 1 episode Fuel for the Fire) Tam mentions the Yeager Maneuver, which he used during the Battle Jakku. (Season 2 episode The Escape Part 1)
    • Battle Of Lessu
      • Battle in which Hera's father fought alongside Mace Windu, mentioned in Season 2 episode Homecoming
    • Battle Of Malastar Arrows
      • Clone War battle that Anakin mentions: "A corporate fleet was blockading Malastar, a fleet led by Admiral Trench. That's why I recognized the tactics. He tore our ships apart. We barely escaped with our lives. In the end, the Jedi led task force moved in to settle the matter. Trench's ship was destroyed and we assumed he went down with it." (Season 2 episode Cat and Mouse)
    • The Battle Of Mygeeto
      • Mentioned in Season 2 episode The Protector of Concord Dawn
    • Battle Of Sarrish
      • One of the Republic's most devastating losses, last battle before Gregor got amnesia. (Season 5 episode Missing in Action)
    • Battle Of Scarif
      • No description available
      • Battle that ensues between Rebels and the Empire when Jyn Erso, Cassian Andor their friends infiltrate the Imperial base on the planet Scarif in order to steal the Death Star's schematics.
      • No description available
      • Battle that Poe mentions when he's talking about the Resistance ship, saying this old girl saw action from the Battle of Scarify all the way up to Jakku. (Season 1 episode The Recruit)
    • Battle Of Yavin
      • Name given to the conflict between the Galactic Empire and the Rebel Alliance, when the Rebels attempted to destroy the Imperal space station known as the Death Star before the Death Star destroyed the Rebel base on Yavin.
    • The Clone Wars
      • Ben Kenobi tells Luke how he fought with Anakin Skywalker in the Clone Wars.
      • The war between the Republic and the Separatists.
      • The war between the Galactic Republic and the Confederacy of Independent Systems.
      • Bail Organa returns home to Alderaan to inform his people that there will be no peace - and to send for his Jedi friend that served him well during the Clone Wars and has lived in hiding since the Emperor's purge.
      • R2-D2 plays Leia's old message for Luke to try to convince him to join the fight
    • The Iron Blockade
      • The Iron Blockade was a conflict that took place throughout the Anoat sector during the Galactic Civil War. It began in the aftermath of the Battle of Endor, which saw the death of the Emperor Sheev Palpatine, and the destruction of the Death Star II at the hands of the Alliance to Restore the Republic.
    • The Night Of A Thousand Tears
      • Battle that Moff Gideon mentions: Perhaps the decommissioned Mandalorian hunter, Din Djarin, has heard the songs of the Siege of Mandalore, when gunships outfitted with similar ordnance laid waste to fields of Mandalorian recruits in The Night of a Thousand Tears. (Season 1 Chapter 8 Redemption)
    • Outer Rim Sieges
      • Series of battles near the end of the Clone Wars that Anakin mentions: "We didn't anticipate the Outer Rim Sieges would last this long."
    • The Siege Of Lothal
      • Battle that takes place in Season 2 episode The Siege of Lothal
    • The Siege Of Mandalore
      • Battle that Captain Rex mentions when Ezra tells him that Ahsoka Tano sent them (Season 2 episode The Lost Commanders)
  • Beverages
    • Cassius Tea
      • Pre Vizsla offers Darth Maul Cassius Tea, made from the florets of the Cassius Tree. (Season 5 episode Eminence)
  • Beverages-Alcohol
    • Spotchka
      • Beverage created from krill on the planet Sorgan. (Season 1 episode Chapter 4 The Sanctuary) Cobb Vanth offers Mando a snort of spotchka. (Season 2 episode Chapter 9 The Marshal)
  • Beverages-Beer
    • Alderaanian Ale
      • Extremely rare, fermented alcoholic ale, brewed from fragrant grains once native to Alderaan.
  • Beverages-Milk
    • Bantha Milk
      • The blue stuff Luke and his family on Tatooine drink with their breakfast
  • Books-Nonfiction
    • The Calrissian Chronicles
      • Lando records his life story while hanging out in the Millennium Falcon while waiting for Han and the gang
  • Breakfast Cereal
    • Admiral Ackbar Cereal
      • from Star Wars sketch
    • Jim Jam Cereal
      • Breakfast cereal that Randall Curtis, creator of Star Wars parody Cosmic Wars, gives Bart and Lisa when they break into Cosmic Wars Ranch. "It's just Alpha-Bits with extra J's" Parody of Jar Jar Binks. (Season 15 episode Co-Dependents' Day)
  • Buildings and Landmarks
    • The Box
      • Dangerous structure filled with deathtraps designed by Morale Eval, that Count Dooku uses to decide who will participate in his plot to kidnap the Chancellor. (Season 4 episode The Box)
    • Citadel Tower
      • Tower from battle simulation in the clone cadets final test on Kamino. (Season 3 episode Clone Cadets)
      • Where Imperial structural archives are kept on the planet Scarif.
    • The Citadel
      • Pyke headquarters on the planet Oba Diah. (Season 7 episode Together Again)
    • Comic Wars Ranch
      • Home and studio of Randall Curtis, creator of Star Wars parody Cosmic Wars, located in Northern California. "Formerly Fresno, California" (Season 15 episode Co-Dependents' Day)
    • Doza Tower
      • Structure on The Colossus, ehere the fighter pilots of Ace Squadron live. (Season 1 episode The Recruit)
    • The Great Tree
      • On a mission to the planet Vetine, Luke Skywalker and Shara Bey recover two fragments of the Great Tree that once sat at the heart of the Jedi Temple on Coruscant from a secret Imperial facility.
    • The Imperial Complex
      • Imperial headquarters on Lothal
    • Jedi Temple
      • from Star Wars sketch
      • Home of the Jedi Council on Coruscant.
    • The Jedi Temple
      • Jedi headquarters on Coruscant.
      • Headquarters of the Jedi Council on Coruscant.
      • Jedi headquarters on Coruscant, where Darth Vader murders younglings.
    • Kay Tap Square
      • Location on the planet Rodia. (Season 2 episode Children of the Force)
    • Lothal City Capitol Building
      • a.k.a. the Old Republic Senate Building, a building in Lothal City on Lothal featuring a towering spire, where the Rebels meet Senator Trayvis. (Season 1 episode Visions of Hope)
    • Lothal Jedi Temple
      • Ancient Jedi temple that Ezra discovers on the planet Lothal. (Season 1 episode Path of the Jedi)
    • Main Square
      • Location on Lothal. Mentioned in Spark of Rebellion.
    • Monk's Gate
      • Zorii Bliss heard Poe was spotted by Monk's Gate on Kijimi.
    • The Progate Temple
      • Temple on Geonosis, home of the Geonosian queen. (Season 2 episode Legacy of Terror)
    • The Starship Graveyard
      • Region on the planet Jakku
      • Region on the planet Jakku
      • Region on the planet Jakku where Rey steals the Millennium Falcon from Unkar Plutt.
      • Region on the planet Jakku
      • Region on the planet Jakku
      • Region on the planet Jakku
    • Yolahn Square
      • Town square in the city of Isis on Ondoron where King Rash is to be executed. (Season 5 episode The Soft War)
  • Candy and Sweets
    • Skud Pie
      • Food mentioned as part of idiom, "skank in the scud pie". (Season 2 episodes Chapter 10 The Passenger, Chapter 16 The Rescue)
  • Carnivals and Circuses
    • Preigo's Traveling World Of Wonder
      • Traveling inter-galactic circus based on the planet Florrum. (Season 5 episode Bound for Rescue)
  • Casinos
    • Canto Bight
      • Casino that Mayfeld mentions, saying Mando's ship the Razor Crest looks like a Canto Bight slot machine. (Season 1 episode 6 Chapter 6 The Prisoner)
    • Vranki's Hotel And Casino
      • Hotel and casino in The Voxx Cluster owned by a Hutt named Vranki. (Season 2 episode Voxx Vortex 5000)
  • Churches, Religions and Religious Organizations
    • Acolytes Of The Beyond
      • No description available
    • Children of The Watch
      • Mandalorian Bo-Katan informs Mando that he is one of the Watch, a cult of religious zealots that broke away from Mandalorian society. Their goal was to re-establish the ancient way. (Season 2 episode Chapter 11: The Heiress)
    • Frangawl Cult
      • Religious order that abducts Queen Julia of the planet Bardotta. (Season 6 episode The Disappeared Part 2)
    • Guardians Of The Whills
      • A religious order active in Jedha City, protectors of the Khyber temple.
    • The Jedi Order
      • No description available
    • The Khyber Temple
      • Temple in Jedha City where the Empire mines Khyber Crystal to power their new ultimate weapon.
    • Temple Of Malmourral
      • Temple of the Frangawl Cult on the planet Bardotta's moon Zardossa Stix. (Season 6 episode The Disappeared Part 2)
  • Cities and Towns
    • Anchorhead
      • City on Tatooine, where Luke tells Ben Kenobi he can take him.
      • City on Tatooine (from Luke's dream in the Prologue of the novelization Star Wars: The Last Jedi: Expanded Edition written by Jason Fry)
    • Calodan
      • Bo-Katan tells Mando that he can find Ahsoka Tano in the city of Calodan on the forest moon of the planet Corvus. (Season 2 episode Chapter 11: The Heiress) Mando helps Ahsoka Tano liberate the city of Calodan on Corvus. (Season 2 episode Chapter 13 The Jedi)
    • Canto Bight
      • A coastal city on the desert planet Cantonica. According to director Rian Johnson, "a Star Wars Monte Carlo–type environment, a little James Bond–ish, a little To Catch a Thief."
    • Capital City
      • City on the planet Lothal
    • Cloud City
      • Lando's small mining operation where Han and his friends seek shelter when running from the Empire.
      • Visible during celebration scene. (Special Edition)
      • from Star Wars sketch
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      • A Star Destroyer is shown being destroyed near Cloud City, Lando's old mining operation that hovers over the gas giant known as Besbin.
    • CoCo Town
      • City on Coruscant - where Dex's Diner is located
    • Fort Ypso
      • Mountain village on the planet Vandor, home of the Lodge, a saloon with a gambling hall and a droid-fighting arena.
    • Gunga City
      • Hidden underwater city on the planet Naboo where Jar Jar grew up.
    • Isis
      • Capital city on the planet Onderon. (Season 5 episode A War on Two Fronts)
    • Jalath City
      • City on the planet Lothal, plot point in Season 2 episode A Princes on Lothal
    • Jan-Gwa
      • Village on Naboo where Anakin senses a force sensitive Gungan child screaming. (Season 2 episode Children of the Force)
    • Jedha City
      • a.k.a. The Holy City. City on the moon Jedha, where defecting Imperial pilot Bodhi Rook is taken into custody by Rebel forces. Also home of extremist Saw Gerrera.
    • Jhothal
      • City on Lothal (Season 1 episode Empire Day)
    • Kothal
      • Town (Season 1 episode Fighter Flight)
    • Mos Eisley
      • Spaceport on Tatooine. According to Ben Kenobi, "You will never find a more wretched hive of scum and villainy.
      • No description available
      • Space port on the planet Tatooine that Watto mentions when telling Anakin where his mother is.
      • No description available
      • City on Tatooine (from Luke's dream in the Prologue of the novelization Star Wars: The Last Jedi: Expanded Edition written by Jason Fry)
      • Mando lands in Mos Eisley on Tatooine to repair his ship following a space battle. (Season 1 episode Chapter 5 The Gunslinger) Peli Motto points out the cities of Tatooine on an old map from before the war. (Season 2 episode Chapter 9 The Marshal)
    • Mos Espa
      • City where Anakin and his mother live on the desert planet Tatooine.
      • City on Tatooine that Fennec Shand mentions to Toro Calican when she tries to get him to turn against Mando, where she has an appointment. (Season 1 episode Chapter 5 The Gunslinger) Peli Motto points out the cities of Tatooine on an old map from before the war. (Season 2 episode Chapter 9 The Marshal)
    • Mos Pelgo
      • Mando travels to Tatooine in search of another Mandalorian, finding Cobb Vanth, the Marshal of the old mining settlement of Mos Pelgo, wearing Bob Fett's old Beskar armor. (Season 2 episode Chapter 9 The Marshal)
    • Nabat
      • City on the planet Ryloth. (Season 1 episode Innocents of Ryloth)
    • Neutral Zone
      • Senator Amidala travels to the Neutral Zone on the planet Scipio to retrieve Republic funds from the Banking Clan, but when she gets there, she stumbled onto a conspiracy, discovering that the vault is empty. (Season 6 episode An Old Friend)
    • Niima Outpost
      • Village on Jakku where Rey sells what she scavenges for food.
    • Panna City
      • Imperial occupied city on the water planet Panna
    • Pons Ora
      • Settlement on the planet Abafar, where Colonel Gascon and D-Squad crash land after stealing an encryption module from a Separatist Dreadnaught. (Season 5 episode Secret Weapons)
    • Sundari
      • Capital City of Mandalore. (Season 3 episode Corruption) Where Ahsoka and half of the 501st go looking for Maul. (Season 7 episode Old Friends Not Forgotten)
    • Tann Province
      • The Tann province was located on Ryloth. Hera Syndulla grew up in the province in her home. (Season 3 episode Hera's Heroes)
    • Tarkintown
      • Lothal city. Named for Grand Moff Tarkin, Governor of the Outer Rim
    • Tipoca City
      • City on Kamino, location of the clone DNA room clone trooper barracks that General Grievous plans to attack. (Season 3 episode ARC Troopers)
    • Tosche Station
      • "But I was going into Tosche Station to pick up some power converters!"
      • Power station and repair shop on Tatooine (from Luke's dream in the Prologue of the novelization Star Wars: The Last Jedi: Expanded Edition written by Jason Fry)
    • Zardossan City
      • Settlement on the planet Bardotta's moon Zardossa Stix. (Season 6 episode The Disappeared Part 2)
  • Cities and Towns - Joke
    • Asteroidville
      • Joke Kaz makes to Hype Fazon, referring to the Voxx Cluster: I can't believe you learned to race in Asteroidville. (Season 2 episode Voxx Vortex 5000)
  • Cities and Towns - U.S.
    • Morgan
      • Town seventy miles from Chicago where in 1927 the narrator's band was playing jazz in a speakeasy. (story The Wedding Gig)
  • Coffee Shops
    • Java The Hut
      • Coffee shop in Austin, Texas where Windows goes to meet his online girlfriend, Rogue Leader, tribute to Jabba the Hut from Star Wars.
  • Colors
    • Berl
      • From a passage referring to Kaird: "To him the cloak was a churning riot of colors for which few languages beside his own had names: berl, crynor, nusp, and onsible..."
    • Crynor
      • From a passage referring to Kaird: "To him the cloak was a churning riot of colors for which few languages beside his own had names: berl, crynor, nusp, and onsible..."
    • Nusp
      • From a passage referring to Kaird: "To him the cloak was a churning riot of colors for which few languages beside his own had names: berl, crynor, nusp, and onsible..."
    • Onsible
      • From a passage referring to Kaird: "To him the cloak was a churning riot of colors for which few languages beside his own had names: berl, crynor, nusp, and onsible..."
  • Competitions
    • The Five Sabers
      • Race that Yeager's brother Marcus Speedstar won. (Season 1 episode The Platform Classic)
    • The Platform Classic
      • Annual race through an obstacle course on Castilon. Yeager comes out of retirement to challenge his brother Marcus Speedstar. (Season 1 episode The Platform Classic)
    • The Sublight Star Five Million
      • Race that Ace Squadron pilot Hype Fazon mentions. (Season 1 episode Secrets and Holograms)
  • Conditions and Diseases
    • Blue Shadow Virus
      • Deadly disease wiped from the galaxy generations ago that Doctor Vindi brings back. (Season 1 episode Blue Shadow Virus)
    • Carbon Sickness
      • Condition experienced post-carbon-freezing that Obi-Wan mentions. Same as hibernation sickness that Han Solo mentions in Return of the Jedi. (Season 3 episode The Citadel)
    • Hibernation Sickness
      • Condition that Han Solo experience when Leia frees him from the carbonite.
      • Mythrol mentions still not being able to see out of his left eye after being frozen in carbonite in Chapter One, a symptom of Hibernation Sickness. (Season 2 episode Chapter 12 The Siege)
  • Corporations
    • Commerce Guild
      • Corporate conglomerate supporting the Separatists.
    • Corporate Alliance
      • Corporate conglomerate supporting the Separatists.
      • Commander Sato claims to belong to the Corporate Alliance when captured by the Empire in Season 2 episode Stealth Strike
    • Dreaerian Defense Conglomerate
      • Weapons manufacturer
    • The Intergalactic Banking Clan
      • Commerce guild supporting the Separatists.
    • SoroSuub corporation
      • A Sullust-based company whose tech division developed and manufactured a great variety of technological goods, from droids and sensors to weapons and vehicles.
  • Criminal Organizations
    • Black Sun
      • Criminal syndicate.
      • Criminal syndicate that joins Darth Maul's Shadow Collective. (Season 5 episode Eminence)
      • "Slavers and assassins". Criminal syndicate mentioned in Season 2 episode Blood Sisters
    • Crimson Dawn
      • Criminal organization that hires Beckett's gang.
    • Hutt Cartel
      • The Hutt's criminal organization, from, various episodes.
      • Criminal organization that Qi'ra mentions.
    • The Pyke Syndicate
      • Criminal organization in league with Darth Maul. (Season 5 episode Shades of Reason)
      • Criminal organization that Dryden Vos mentions: "But see, the Pykes control Kessel. Crimson Dawn maintains a fragile alliance with the Pykes."
    • The Rang Clan
      • Criminal gang that has bounty on Hondo's head in Season 2 episode Brothers of the Broken Horn
  • Currency
    • Calamari Flan
      • When Mando turns down Greef Carga's Imperial credits, he offers him Calamari flan instead. (Season 1 episode Chapter 1) Mando spends the Calamari flan he got from Greef Karga in the first episode on the planet Trask. (Season 2 episode Chapter 11: The Heiress)
    • Credits
      • Citizens of Jedha, you must come forward with information of the location of this missing cargo pilot. A reward of 600 credits for the information shall be awarded.
      • Currency.
    • Imperial Credits
      • Greef Carga offers Mando Imperial credits for his bounty, but Mando declines. (Season 1 episode Chapter 1) Mando makes Peli Motto an initial offer of 500 Imperial credits to store and repair his ship. (Season 1 episode Chapter 5 The Gunslinger)
    • Republic Credits
      • Official currency of the New Republic. (Season 1 episode The Recruit)
    • Republic Dataries
      • a.k.a. Republic credits, the only currency that Qui-Gon has to offer Watto for the hyperdrive he needs.
    • Wupiupi
      • The frog looking creature that Jar-Jar attempts to eat costs seven wupiupi.
  • Dates
    • December 18, 2015
      • Revision date on the 27th version of the Pawnee-Gryzzl free wireless internet agreement, as well as the opening day of Star Wars Episode VII. (Season 7 episode Gryzzlbox)
  • Dates-Anniversaries
    • November 17
      • Wookiee Life Day, an annual holiday on the Wookiee home planet Kashyyyk, is celebrated on November 17 because The Star Wars Holiday Special aired on November 17, 1978.
  • Department, Discount and General Stores
    • The Anchorhead Swap Meet
      • Swap meet on Tatooine (from Luke's dream in the Prologue of the novelization Star Wars: The Last Jedi: Expanded Edition written by Jason Fry)
  • Diners
    • Dex's Diner
      • located in CoCo Town on Coruscant
    • Power Sliders
      • Borkus' diner in the settlement Pons Ora on the Outer Rim planet Abafar, where Colonel Gascon and D-Squad meet former clone with amnesia Gregor. (Season 5 episode Missing in Action)
  • Doctors
    • Dr. Zaz
      • Doctor handling the outbreak of sick school children on Mandalore. (Season 3 episode Corruption)
  • Drugs-Recreational
    • Death Sticks
      • Hallucinogen offered to Obi-Wan at the Outlander Club on Coruscant when he and Anakin are searching for Zam Wesell.
  • Drugstores
    • Teddy's
      • Drug store where Bill and Hal buy popsicles. (story The Monkey)
  • Electronics
    • T-14 Hyperdrive Generator
      • Type of hyperdrive generator needed to repair the Naboo Royal Starship.
  • Electronics Stores
    • Acquisitions
      • Ship parts store on The Colossus, owned by Flix And Orka. (Season 1 episode The Recruit)
  • Electronics-Audio and Video
    • Macrobinoculars
      • Star Wars binoculars (from Luke's dream in the Prologue of the novelization Star Wars: The Last Jedi: Expanded Edition written by Jason Fry)
    • TK-421
      • Fictional audio feature that Buck Swope mentions when selling a stereo, as well as the name of a stormtrooper in Star Wars, which was released the same year in which Buck's scene is set, implying Buck is pulling jargon out of his ass from a movie he saw recently.
  • Electronics-Communications
    • GUPPI
      • Bob uses a GUPPI to interact with peripheral systems. GUPPI = General Unit Primary Peripheral Interface. Eventually, GUPPI evolves into Admiral Ackbar from Star Wars in Bob's VR
    • Hush-98 Comlink
      • Brand/model of Qui-Gon's communicator.
    • S-Thread Transmitter Bracelet
      • Device Leia gives Rey to find her way back to the Resistance fleet
  • Electronics-Tracking
    • Cloaked Binary Beacon
      • A tracking device that Leia gives to Rey, allowing her to find the Resistance fleet
    • CoMar Trish-Tracker Chip
      • A military grade chip, an extremely rare component needed to repair the Colossus' turbo lasers. (Season 1 episode Synara's Score)
    • Imperial XX-23S Thread Tracker
      • Product developed by Sienar Systems to track ships through hyperspace (Season 1 episode Gathering Forces)
  • Electronics-Transport
    • Turbo-link
      • The announcement on the rebel ship reports that turbo-link banks 7 and bank 8 are offline.
  • Fairs, Festivals and Parades
    • The Festival Of Light
      • Festival on the planet Naboo where Count Dooku plans to have the Chancellor killed. (Season 4 episode Crisis on Naboo)
    • The Festival Of The Ancestors
      • Celebration on the planet Pasaana held every 42 years by the native Aki-Aki, honoring the past and looking forward to the future.
  • Film Production Companies
    • Creature Works
      • Randall Curtis's special effects company, creator of Star Wars parody Cosmic Wars. Parody of Industrial Light & Magic. "If you dream it, we can make it" (Season 15 episode Co-Dependents' Day)
  • Flowers, Plants and Trees
    • Ahch-Tonian Grubs
      • Grubs on the planet Ahch-To where Rey and Chewbacca track Luke Skywalker.
    • Cassius Tree
      • Pre Vizsla offers Darth Maul Cassius Tea, made from the florets of the Cassius Tree. (Season 5 episode Eminence)
    • Nysillin
      • Healing herb grown on Felucia. (Season 2 episode Bounty Hunters)
    • Prelate Trees
      • Trees on the planet Naboo, suspected source of the virus that kills several shaaks. (Season 1 episode Blue Shadow Virus)
    • Reeksa Root
      • The cure for the Blue Shadow Virus may be found in a little-known extract made from reeksa root, a weed-like vine found only on Iego, the world of a Thousand Moons, deep in Separatist-controlled space. (Season 1 episode Mystery of a Thousand Moons)
    • Sansanna Spices
      • Spices that Hondo's pirates find on the ship that they attack. (Season 5 episode Revival)
    • The Tree Of Life
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  • Food
    • Blue Puff Cubes
      • Processed snack food on the Millennium Falcon
  • Fruits and Vegetables
    • Jogan
      • Fruit needed to complete the Jogan Fruit Cake Senator Amidala plans to serve to Senator Aang. Anakin sends R2-D2 and C-3PO on a mission to find some. (Season 3 episode Evil Plans)
      • Fruit being sold by vendor arrested by The Empire on Lothal in Spark of Rebellion
    • Meiloorun
      • Fruit originally from Rebels that's listed on the menu in the restaurant where Mando and Boba Fett meet Bo-Katan. (Season 2 episode Chapter 16 The Rescue)
    • Pallie
      • Fruit on Tatooine that Anakin gives to Qui-Gon.
  • Games
    • Dejarik
      • The name of the holographic chess-type game that Chewbacca and R2-D2 play on board the Millennium Falcon.
      • Rex and Chopper play Dejarik on the Ghost. (Season 2 episode Always Two There Are)
    • Holochess
      • 3D chess game on the Millennium Falcon.
    • Sabacc
      • Card game Zeb likes to play.
      • Popular card game, game Han and Lando play when Han wins the Millennium Falcon.
      • Card game that Peli Motto plays with her pit droids in Mos Eisley on Tatooine - and her pit droids cheat. (Season 1 episode Chapter 5: The Gunslinger) Peli Motto plays a game of Sabacc with a giant ant she called Dr. Mandible. (Season 2 episode The Passenger)
    • Space Checkers
      • Joke about the Dejarik game from Star Wars.
  • Gangs
    • The Black Hole Gang
      • Gang from Issue #8 Eight for Aduba-3
    • Cloud-Riders
      • Gang from Issue #8 Eight for Aduba-3
      • Enfys Nest's marauder gang that attempts to steal the hyperfuel coaxium that Beckett's gang is attempting to steal from an Imperial conveyex train on the planet Vandor.
    • Guavian Death Gang
      • One of the gangs that board Han and Chewie's ship.
      • Gang that comes to the Colossus looking for Marcus Speedstar. (Season 1 episode The Platform Classic) Captain Doza and the Aces confront the Guavian Death Gang in Guavian space. (Season 2 episode Kaz's Curse)
    • Kanjiklub
      • One of the gangs that board Han and Chewie's ship.
    • The Warbird Gang
      • Gang of pirates led by Kragan Gorr that keep attacking the Colossus. (Season 1 episode Synara's Score) Kaz and Neeku gambling with the members of the Warbirds pirate gang at Aunt Z's Tavern. (Season 2 episode Kaz's Curse)
  • Government Entities and Agencies/Bureaus/Councils
    • Calamari Council
      • No description available
    • Confederacy Of Independent Systems
      • a.k.a. The separatist alliance. Organization consisting of thousands of secessionist star systems, led by the Count Dooku.
    • Confederacy of Independent Systems
      • a.k.a. The separatist alliance. Organization consisting of thousands of secessionist star systems, led by the Count Dooku.
      • a.k.a. CIS, the Separatist Alliance, the Separatist State, the Separatists. Collection of star systems attempting to leave the confines of the Republic.
      • a.k.a. CIS, the Separatist Alliance, the Separatist State, the Separatists. Collection of star systems attempting to leave the confines of the Republic.
    • Council Of Five
      • Governing body of the Banking Clan. (Season 6 episode An Old Friend)
    • The Council Of Neutral Systems
      • Representatives from over 1,500 worlds who want to stay out of the war. (Season 2 episode The Mandalore Plot)
    • The Empire
      • Instead of action, Star Wars: The Phantom Menace parody movie Cosmic Wars: The Gathering Shadow features two hours of political intrigue, with the Empire's Galactic Senate calling roll for numerous star systems. One star system representative that resembles an AT-AT from Star Wars proposes an amendment to Space bill number 371. When told to wait it's turn, it sits down and reads an Evening Standard newspaper. (Season 15 episode Co-Dependents' Day)
    • The First Order
      • Sinister organization that rises from the ashes of the Empire and will not rest untilSkywalker, the last Jedi, has been destroyed.
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      • Surviving Imperial forces lead by Admiral Rae Sloane continue to engage the New Republic in various holdouts on Jakku, before retreating into the Unknown Regions on the deathbed orders of Gallius Rax. She helps to slowly but surely rebuild the Empire in secret, an entity that eventually renames itself the First Order.
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      • The First Order has a hidden base somewhere out in Wild Space. They're planning a full-scale attack on the New Republic. Poe sends Kaz to The Colossus supertanker to look for First Order spies. (Season 1 episode The Recruit)
      • Kylo Ren's army, built by Snoke out of the remains of the Empire.
    • The Galactic Empire
      • Reigning government of the galaxy, ruled by the Emperor.
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      • Galactic government ruled by Emperor Palpatine.
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      • Catherine reads a news report referring to the events of Star Wars Episode 4 A New Hope: "Tragedy struck today in Sector 9 as rebel terrorists blew up the Death Star, killing thousands. The rebel alliance, a fringe group of anti-Empire fanatics has claimed responsibility for the terrorist act. Fortunately, Lord Vader escaped without harm. Our hearts go out to the families of the victims."
      • from Star Wars sketch
      • Following the Jedi's unsuccessful attempt to arrest him, Chancellor Palpatine transforms the the Galactic Republic int the Galactic Empire.
      • The Rebels series tells the story of the rise of the Rebel Alliance, a.k.a. the Rebellion against the Galactic Empire.
      • Recognized government of the galaxy, what used to the the Republic, until Chancellor Palpatine engineered a takeover.
      • An empire formed from the unified holdings and rump states of various Imperial Warlords who had ruled their own territories following the final collapse of the Galactic Empire.
      • R2-D2 plays Leia's old message for Luke to try to convince him to join the fight
      • The Empire tracks down and captures the Tantive IV. (story Raymus)
      • Government that rules the galaxy. Han joins the Imperial Army.
      • Yeager mentions The Empire when talking to Poe on the Colossus. (Season 1 episode The Recruit)
      • Mando turns down Greef Carga's Imperial credits, since the Empire no no longer exists. (Season 1 episode Chapter 1)
      • The Emperor attempts to rebuild his lost Empire.
    • Galactic Senate
      • Instead of action, Star Wars: The Phantom Menace parody movie Cosmic Wars: The Gathering Shadow features two hours of political intrigue, with the Empire's Galactic Senate calling roll for numerous star systems. One star system representative that resembles an AT-AT from Star Wars proposes an amendment to Space bill number 371. When told to wait it's turn, it sits down and reads an Evening Standard newspaper. (Season 15 episode Co-Dependents' Day)
    • The Galactic Senate
      • Government council, and last remnant of the old Republic, which The Emperor dissolves permanently.
      • The primary legislative body of the Galactic Republic. Queen Amidala pleads with the Senate to respond to the Trade Federation's droid army invasion.
      • The Senate passes the Emergency Powers Act, an amendment to the Galactic Constitution, allowing Palpatine to remain Supreme Chancellor beyond his current term.
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      • from Star Wars sketch
      • Governing body of the Galactic Republic, and then, following the end of the Clone Wars, the Galactic Empire.
      • The Galactic Senate is restored on the planet Chandrila, and Mon Mothma is elected Chancellor.
      • Resistance forces secure part of a map leading to the location of exiled Jedi Master Luke Skywalker from Lor San Tekka, and a cold war turns hot as the First Order, striking from the hidden planetary weapon known as Starkiller Base, eradicates the New Republic Senate on Hosnian Prime.
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      • The First Order's Starkiller Base destroys Hosnian Prime, the Galactic Senate and other New Republic targets (Season 1 episode No Escape)
    • Imperial Security Bureau
      • Also referred to as ISB, the Security Bureau or Imperial Security. A law enforcement and intelligence agency of the Galactic Empire that was charged with matters of state security and ensuring the loyalty of citizens to the Empire.
    • ISB
      • Imperial Security Bureau. Agency within the Empire. Mando and Mayfeld infiltrate - and then destroy - an ISB base on the planet Morak. (Chapter 15 The Believer)
    • The Jedi Council
      • The ruling body of the Jedi Order, led by twelve Jedi masters from their headquarters in the Jedi Temple on Coruscant.
      • Governing body of the Jedi Order.
      • Governing body of the Jedi Order, which grants Anakin membership per the request of Chancellor Palpatine, but does not grant him the rank of Master.
      • Governing body of the Jedi Order, from various episodes.
    • New Republic Command
      • Command council that sends Kaz and his team to deliver new intel to the Resistance. (Season 1 episode The Recruit)
    • The New Republic
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      • When the Rebel Alliance dissolves, it reorganizes itself into the New Republic.
      • When the Rebel Alliance dissolves, it reorganizes itself into the New Republic.
      • When the Rebel Alliance dissolves, it reorganizes itself into the New Republic.
      • When the Rebel Alliance dissolves, it reorganizes itself into the New Republic.
      • When the Rebel Alliance dissolves, it reorganizes itself into the New Republic.
      • When the Rebel Alliance dissolves, it reorganizes itself into the New Republic.
      • When the Rebel Alliance dissolves, it reorganizes itself into the New Republic.
      • When the Rebel Alliance dissolves, it reorganizes itself into the New Republic.
      • When the Rebel Alliance dissolves, it reorganizes itself into the New Republic.
      • When the Rebel Alliance dissolves, it reorganizes itself into the New Republic.
      • Primary governmental body in the galaxy. (Season 1 episode The Recruit)
      • When Mando asks what the Empire is doing there, Greef Carga tells him the Empire is gone, but if it bothers him, he should report them to the New Republic. (Season 1 episode Chapter 3 The Sin) Ran hires Mando to help his crew break Qin out of a New Republic prison transport. (Season 1 episode 6 Chapter 6 The Prisoner) Traveling sublight on his way to Trask with his frog lady passenger, Mando passes through a sector under New Republic jurisdiction. (Season 2 episode Chapter 10 The Passenger)
    • The Old Republic
      • Mandalorian Pre Vizsla tells Obi-Wan that his dark saber was stolen from a jedi temple by his ancestors during the fall of The old republic. (Season 2 episode The Mandalore Plot)
      • The protocol droid schoolteacher on Nevarro mentions that Coruscant was the capitol of the Old Republic. (Season 2 episode Chapter 12 The Siege)
    • Quarren Isolation League
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    • The Republic
      • Tarkin mentions that when the Emperor dissolved the Imperial Senate, he wiped away the last remnants of the old Republic.
      • Following the Jedi's unsuccessful attempt to arrest him, Chancellor Palpatine transforms the the Galactic Republic int the Galactic Empire.
      • The official galactic government - for the time being.
      • Galactic government.
      • Before the Empire, there was the Republic, mentioned in various episodes.
      • R2-D2 plays Leia's old message for Luke to try to convince him to join the fight
    • The Separatist Alliance
      • (Season 3 episode The Last Battle)
    • Separatist Council
      • Governing body of the Confederacy of Independent Systems.
      • Governing body of the Confederacy of Independent Systems, slaughtered by Darth Vader on Mustafar.
    • The Imperial Remnant
      • An empire formed from the unified holdings and rump states of various Imperial Warlords who had ruled their own territories following the final collapse of the Galactic Empire.
      • An empire formed from the unified holdings and rump states of various Imperial Warlords who had ruled their own territories following the final collapse of the Galactic Empire.
      • An empire formed from the unified holdings and rump states of various Imperial Warlords who had ruled their own territories following the final collapse of the Galactic Empire.
      • An empire formed from the unified holdings and rump states of various Imperial Warlords who had ruled their own territories following the final collapse of the Galactic Empire.
    • Trade Federation
      • Wealthy shipping conglomerate that controls majority of the interstellar shipping in the galaxy.
      • Wealthy corporate organization aligned with the Separatist movement during the Clone Wars.
  • Halls, Opera Houses and Theaters
    • Galaxies Opera House
      • Opera house where Palpatine tells Anakin the story of Darth Plagueis the Wise.
  • Health Clubs, Massage and Spa Services
    • Droid Spa
      • Maintenance bar for droids that distracts R2-D2 from his hogan fruit mission with C-3PO. (Season 3 episode Evil Plans)
  • Historical Events
    • The Great Purge
      • a.k.a. The Jedi Purge, mentioned by the Mandalorian armorer - the time period from when the Beskar steel that he brings her is from. (Season 1 episode Chapter 1)
  • Holidays
    • Boonta Eve
      • Holiday on Tatooine.
    • Empire Day
      • Holiday celebrating the day the Republic became the Empire, the end of the Clone Wars - and, as it turns out, Ezra Bridger's birthday. (Season 1 episode Empire Day)
    • Life Day
      • Holiday that Mando's bounty Mythrol mentions, originally from the Star Wars Christmas Special. (Season 1 episode Chapter 1)
  • Home Maintenance Services
    • Mace's Windu Washing
      • No description available
  • Industrial Companies
    • Corellian Engineering Corporation
      • a.k.a. CEC. A Corellian starship manufacturer.
  • Institutes
    • Iscandar Seldon Institute Of Psychohistory
      • Mentioned in the end credits... SPECIAL THANKS: Queen Starsha of Iscandar Seldon Institute of Psychohistory Xavier's Institute of Gifted Youngsters Karova Milk Bar, Yonada (the store, not the asteroid) WWII Hero Pug Henry
    • Xavier's Institute Of Gifted Youngsters
      • Reference to The X-Men. Mentioned in the end credits... SPECIAL THANKS: Queen Starsha of Iscandar Seldon Institute of Psychohistory Xavier's Institute of Gifted Youngsters Karova Milk Bar, Yonada (the store, not the asteroid) WWII Hero Pug Henry
  • Islands
    • Mercy Island
      • Planet Qi'ra mentions as possible alternate source of refined coaxium: "You'll be hard pushed to find that anywhere outside an Imperial vault. Scarif. Maybe Mercy Island."
  • Languages
    • Aurabesh
      • Written language in the Star Wars universe, seen in various episodes.
    • Aurebesh
      • Writing system
      • Writing system
      • Writing system
      • Writing system
      • Writing system in the Star Wars universe.
    • Bocce
      • When Luke and Uncle Owen are heading out to meet the Jawas, Aunt Beru reminds Luke to tell his uncle that if he gets a translator to be sure it speaks Bocce.
    • Ewokese
      • Language the Ewoks speak on Endor.
    • Huttese
      • Language spoken in Jabba's palace.
      • Watto, Sebulba and others speak Huttese on Tatooine.
      • Language spoken by the Hutts - and many others, from various episodes.
      • Hutt language spoken in multiple episodes.
      • Hutt language, spoken in the bar where Mando captures Mythrol. (Season 1 episode Chapter 1) Mando asks the frog lady if she speaks Huttese. She does not. (Season 2 episode Chapter 10 The Passenger)
    • Jawaese
      • The language of Jawas on the planet where Mando meets with Greef Carga. (Season 1 episode Chapter 1)
    • Kubazian
      • The ferryman that hails a land speeder for Mando speaks Kubazian. (Season 1 episode Chapter 1)
    • Mando'a
      • Language spoken by some Mandalorians on the planet Krownest. (Season 3 episode Legacy of Mandalore)
    • Sith
      • Ochi's blade is inscribed with runes in the language ur-Kittât, a.k.a. Old Tongue or Sith, which C-3PO has been blocked from sharing.
    • Ubese
      • Language spoken in Jabba's palace.
    • Ugnese
      • Ugnaught language spoken in multiple episodes.
  • Laws and Statutes
    • Bondsman Guild Protocol Waiver
      • IG-11 references subparagraph 16 of the Bondsman Guild protocol waiver when attacking the compound. (Season 1 episode Chapter 1)
    • The Charter Of The New Republic
      • Charter that Kuiil mentions when telling his story about reprogramming the bounty droid: "I recovered the flotsam and staked it as my own in accordance with the Charter of the New Republic." (Chapter 7 The Reckoning)
    • Code 6110
      • Imperial code that Sabine mentions when she gets busted by a stormtrooper in the Jedi temple on Lothal. Sabine: "I was just following protocol sir, Code 6110." Stormtrooper: "That's military code. This operation is classified under Directive AT-1-4." (Season 4 episode A World Between Worlds)
    • Commerce Treaty Of 1647
      • Agreement between the Republic and the Trade Federation to ensure the latter's neutrality during times of war. (Season 3 episode Sphere of Influence)
    • Convention Of Civilized Systems
      • A Galactic Republic bill of rights. (Season 1 episode Trespass)
    • Directive AT-1-4
      • Imperial directive that a stormtrooper mentions when he busts Sabine in the Jedi temple on Lothal. Sabine: "I was just following protocol sir, Code 6110." Stormtrooper: "That's military code. This operation is classified under Directive AT-1-4." (Season 4 episode A World Between Worlds)
    • Emergency Powers Act
      • The Senate passes the Emergency Powers Act, an amendment to the Galactic Constitution, allowing Palpatine to remain Supreme Chancellor beyond his current term.
    • The Galactic Concordance
      • After being extracted out of conflict zones on Coruscant, Imperial Grand Vizier Mas Amedda contacts Mon Mothma and sues for peace, initiating talks that culminate in the signing of the Galactic Concordance.
      • After being extracted out of conflict zones on Coruscant, Imperial Grand Vizier Mas Amedda contacts Mon Mothma and sues for peace, initiating talks that culminate in the signing of the Galactic Concordance.
    • Military Creation Act
      • Senator Amidala tells Anakin that she hasn't worked for a year to defeat the Military Creation Act to not be at the Senate when its fate is decided.
    • Order 66
      • Palpatine's order for the clone army to destroy the Jedi
      • Order to kill Jedi hidden in clone troopers' implanted chips. (Season 6 episode Orders)
      • The order that extinguished most of the Jedi
    • Parking Violation 27B/6
      • Citation Finn and Rose receive for leaving their ship on the beach at Canto Bight - reference to the form in the movie Brazil (twenty-seven-B-stroke-six)
    • Privacy Invasion Bill
      • Senator Filo calls a meeting in the lobby before the vote on the Enhanced Privacy Invasion Bill. (Season 1 episode Hostage Crisis)
    • Space Bill Number 371
      • Instead of action, Star Wars: The Phantom Menace parody movie Cosmic Wars: The Gathering Shadow features two hours of political intrigue, with the Empire's Galactic Senate calling roll for numerous star systems. One star system representative that resembles an AT-AT from Star Wars proposes an amendment to Space bill number 371. When told to wait it's turn, it sits down and reads an Evening Standard newspaper. (Season 15 episode Co-Dependents' Day)
  • Lodging-Other
    • Mos Eisley Towers
      • Hotel in Mos Eisley, on the planet Tatooine.
    • Spider Arms Hostel
      • Hotel in Slum district G17 of the Coruscant underworld, where Ahsoka tracks pickpocket Bannamu, who stole her lightsaber. (Season 2 episode Lost Lightsaber)
  • Magazines-Adult
    • Varoobies
      • porn mag AT-AT driver is reading on toilet from Star Wars sketch
  • Magazines-Other
    • Lightsaber Aficionado
      • No description available
    • Milk
      • generic milk carton from Star Wars sketch
  • Manufacturing Companies
    • TaggeCo
      • Company owned and operated by the Tagge family, involved in marketing and distributing food products.
  • Medical Devices
    • The Appearance Designer
      • Beauty device created by AestheTech Incorporated that could painlessly alter any part of the body.
  • Medicine Products
    • XC-33
      • Drug Cad Bane injects into Bolla Ropa, the keeper of the Kyber crystal. (Season 2 episode Cargo of Doom)
  • Menu Items
    • Deep Fried Nuna Legs
      • Dish served to Duchess Satine and her entourage. (Season 2 episode Voyage of Temptation)
    • Roast Nuna
      • a.k.a. swamp turkeys, nuna meet served roasted in various episodes. (The Deserter, Voyage of Temptation, Evil Plans, A Necessary Bond)
      • Item on the menu in the restaurant where Mando and Boba Fett meet Bo-Katan. (Season 2 episode Chapter 16 The Rescue)
    • Rootleaf Stew
      • Stew originally from The Empire Strikes Back that's listed on the menu in the restaurant where Mando and Boba Fett meet Bo-Katan. (Season 2 episode Chapter 16 The Rescue)
    • Space Waffles
      • Item on the menu in the restaurant where Mando and Boba Fett meet Bo-Katan. (Season 2 episode Chapter 16 The Rescue)
    • Veg Meat
      • Item on the menu in the restaurant where Mando and Boba Fett meet Bo-Katan. (Season 2 episode Chapter 16 The Rescue)
  • Menu Items-Drinks
    • Bantha Milk
      • Drink that Ace Squadron pilot Hype Fazon orders in the Ace Squadron lounge. (Season 1 episode Secrets and Holograms)
    • Blurrgfires
      • Drink served at Aunt Z's that Kaz mentions. (Season 1 episode Secrets and Holograms)
    • Cirilian Sour Paste
      • Beverage Kaz orders at Aunt Z's (Season 1 episode The High Tower) Neeku orders a round. (Season 1 episode The Disappeared)
    • Jawa Juice
      • Obi-Wan Kenobi drinks Jawa Juice at Dex's Diner.
    • Jet Juice
      • Drink available at Aunt Z's. (Season 1 episode The Children from Tehar)
    • Zero G Special
      • Drink served at Aunt Z's when the Colossus loses gravity. (Season 2 episode Into the Unknown)
  • Methods, Procedures and Techniques
    • 22 Pickup
      • One of Kanan's crew's maneuvers. (Season 1 episode Spark of Rebellion)
    • 44 Scoop
      • Name for the pickup method Ezra requests of the Ghost after rescuing Hondo. (Season 3 episode Steps into Shadow Part One)
    • Backwards Tail Slide
      • Trick Poe shows Kaz in the asteroid field, which Kaz later uses to escape from the First Order. (Season 1 episode Signal From Sector Six)
    • Battle Plan Zeta
      • Plan initiated by Separatist droid commander in Season 3
    • Defense Formation Aurek-one
      • Defense formation ordered by Rebel General Dodonna (Season 3 episode Twin Suns)
    • Emergency Code 913
      • The code Obi-Wan uses for radio silence after the clone army turns against him.
    • The Holdo Maneuver
      • One of the Resistance soldiers mentions using the Holdo Maneuver from The Last Jedi on the Emperor's new fleet.
    • Idiot's Array
      • Peli Motto plays a game of Sabacc with a giant ant she called Dr. Mandible, winning with a hand known as an Idiot's Array. (Season 2 episode The Passenger)
    • Jedi Mind Trick
      • Obi-Wan Kenobi uses a Jedi Mind Trick on stormtroopers in Mos Eisley.
      • Luke uses a Jedi Mind Trick on Bib Fortuna to get in front of Jabba, but it doesn't work on Jabba himself.
      • Qui-Gon learns that Jedi mind tricks don't work on Toydarians when he tries ti influence Watto.
      • Mace Windu learns that Jedi Mind Tricks don't work on Dagoyan Masters. (Season 6 episode The Disappeared Part 1) Ahsoka uses a Jedi Mind Trick on Pyke criminals on Oba Diah. (Season 7 episode Deal No Deal)
      • Kanan uses Jedi Trick on Stormtroopers while trying to rescue Jedi Master Luminara Unduli. (Season 1 episode Rise of the Old Masters) Ezra tries to use.a Jedi Mind Trick, but it doesn't work. Kanan is successful. (Season 1 episode Fire Across the Galaxy) Kanan uses Jedi Mind Trick on stormtroopers. (Season 2 episode Stealth Strike) Ezra uses a Jedi Mind Trick to get Imperials to abandon their ship. It doesn't work at first, but then it does. (Season 2 episode Homecoming) Ezra tricks some Imperial soldiers. (Season 3 episode Through Imperial Eyes) Ezra Jedi mind tricks a death trooper. (Season 4 episode Wolves and a Door)
      • Rey uses a Jedi Mind trick to escape from her captors on Starkiller Base.
    • The Jedi Rescue
      • War scenario played out (Season 3 episode The Last Battle)
    • Protocol 13
      • Imperial procedure: The immediate evacuation of all imperial personnel from an occupied planet. (Season 4 episode Crawler Commanders)
    • Spearhead Formation
      • Defense formation ordered by Rebel General Dodonna in Season 3
    • The Sword And Shield Maneuver
      • Attack plan: Jedis block, Clone troopers fires. (Season 3 episode The Last Battle)
    • Teräs Käsi
      • Fighting style
    • Triple Dark
      • Type of storm with low visibility. Sometimes pirates use them for cover to attack the station.(Season 1 episode The Triple Dark)
    • Widow-maker
      • Very dangerous flying maneuver that Poe mentions. (Season 1 episode The Core Problem)
    • The Yeager Maneuver
      • Tam mentions the Yeager Maneuver, which he used during the Battle Jakku. (Season 2 episode The Escape Part 1)
  • Military Bases
    • Chopper Base
      • The name of the rebels' base
    • Echo Base
      • The Rebels' base on Hoth
    • Fort Anaxes
      • Republic military base on the planet Anaxes. (Season 7 episode A Distant Echo)
      • An old Republic base during the Clone Wars where Hera and Sabine encounter fyrnocks. Later, Ezra uses the Force to make the creatures attack Imperial stormtroopers and The Inquisitor (Season 1 episodes Out of Darkness, Gathering Forces)
    • Horizon Base
      • Imperial moon station seen in Season 2 episode The Forgotten Droid
    • Joopa Base
      • Rebel base (Season 4 episode A Fool's Hope)
    • Point Tarron
      • Fake outpost reprogrammed battle droid mentions, attempting to convince a real battle droid that his Jedi friends were actually his prisoners. (Season 3 episode Counterattack)
    • Starkiller Base
      • Resistance forces secure part of a map leading to the location of exiled Jedi Master Luke Skywalker from Lor San Tekka, and a cold war turns hot as the First Order, striking from the hidden planetary weapon known as Starkiller Base, eradicates the New Republic Senate on Hosnian Prime.
      • Escaping the destruction of Starkiller Base, Captain Phasma tracks down and executes First Order Lieutenant Sol Rivas for treason and allowing the planetary shield around Starkiller to be lowered, covering her own involvement in the assault, before retreating into First Order space.
      • Mentioned only, destroyed in The Force Awakens.
      • The First Order's new space station. (Season 1 episode The Recruit) Starkiller Base destroys Hosnian Prime and other New Republic targets (Season 1 episode No Escape)
      • Mentioned only - The Final Order's new fleet will correct the failure of Starkiller Base.
  • Mining Companies
    • Mining Guild
      • Mentioned in Season 3
    • Spice Mines Of Kessel
      • Spice mines that C-3PO mentions when Darth Vader captures Princess Leia's ship: "We'll be sent to the spice mines of Kessel, smashed into who knows what!"
      • Prison camp. The crew of the Ghost rescues Wookiee slaves that are being taken to the Spice Mines of Kessel by the Empire. (Season 1 episode Spark of Rebellion)
  • Moons
    • Ajan Kloss
      • Jungle moon where Luke trained Leia as a Jedi, seen in flashback.
    • Celsor 3
      • Moon where the crew of the Colossus conducts battle drills. (Season 2 episode Live Fire)
    • Centax-1
      • One of four moons of Coruscant.
    • Centax-2
      • One of four moons of Coruscant.
    • Centax-3
      • One of four moons of Coruscant.
    • Chenini
      • Moon of Tatooine.
    • Concordia
      • Moon of the planet Mandalore where their warriors were exiled, following the planet's violent past. (Season 2 episode The Mandalore Plot)
    • Endor
      • Small moon, home of the Ewoks
      • Forest moon, home of the Ewoks (from Leia's memory in Chapter 1 of the novelization Star Wars: The Last Jedi: Expanded Edition written by Jason Fry)
    • Forest Moon Of Endor
      • The forest moon orbiting the planet Endor where the Empire installed a shield generator for the Death Star, and also where the Ewoks live. The Emperor refers to it the 'Sanctuary Moon'.
      • No description available
      • No description available
      • A Star Destroyer is shown being destroyed over the Ewok's home world.
    • Ghomrassen
      • Moon of Tatooine.
    • Guermessa
      • Moon of Tatooine.
    • Hesperidium
      • One of four moons of Coruscant.
    • Jedha
      • Imperial occupied moon, home of Jedha City and the Khyber Temple, where the Empire is mining Khyber Crystal.
    • Kef Bir
      • Ocean moon of Endor, location of the destroyed remains of the Death Star.
    • Killun-71
      • A moon that held Killun Station, a station operated by the Galactic Empire. (Season 3 episode Secret Cargo)
    • Millius Prime
      • Moon of the planet Iego, once populated by a peaceful people before the Separatists drove them from their homes and stole their moon. (Season 1 episode Mystery of a Thousand Moons)
    • Ohma-D'un
      • Moon of the planet Naboo.
    • Pantora
      • Moon of the planet Orto-Plutonia, home of Chairman Cho and Senator Chuchi. (Season 1 episode Trespass) The Trade Federation blockades Pantora. (Season 3 episode Sphere of Influence)
    • Rori
      • Moon of the planet Naboo.
    • Sulon
      • Kyle Katarn's home, the moon of Sullust -from the Coded Transmission from Jan Ors to Mon Mothma regarding the reliability of Kyle Katarn in the Star Wars: Dark Forces instruction manual
    • Yavin 4
      • Moon orbiting the planet Yavin, location of the rebels' base.
      • Moon, location of rebel base (Season 4)
      • Moon, location of Rebel base.
      • Moon, location of Rebel alliance headquarters where Jyn Erso is taken.
    • Zardossa Stix
      • Moon orbiting the planet Bardotta location of a Frangawl Cult settlement called Zardossan city. (Season 6 episode The Disappeared Part 2)
  • Movie Theaters
    • Greendale Palladium
      • Where Jeff went to see Star Wars (mentioned in season 4 episode 12)
  • Movies
    • Fowl Wars
      • Howard's Breeders of the Lost Ark movie poster says, from the creators of Beaks (Duckworld version of Jaws) and Fowl Wars (Duckworld version of Star Wars)
    • Sam Spade Gets Spayed
      • ALF: "In my quest for stardom, I was screen tested for roles too numerous to mention. Ok, i'll mention them. For example I did not get the role of Obi-Wan Kenobi In the movie Star Wars. I did not get the lead in the F.D.R. Story. But I did get called back twice for the role of Eleanor. And i lost out to McGruff the crime dog for the lead in Sam Spade Gets Spayed. (Season 3 episode Tonight, Tonight)
    • William Shatner vs. the World Crime League
      • Fake film mentioned during the credits... Coming Soon: The Artist Formerly Known as Shatner in "William Shatner vs. the World Crime League"
  • Movies-Documentary
    • Galaxy Wars
      • episode Raging Bender. Movie poster makes the movie called Galaxy Wars look like Star Wars, but Leela refers to it as a Historical Documentary.
  • Movies-Fake Reboots and Sequels
    • Spaceballs 2: The Search For More Money
      • In February 2015, Brooks said that he would like to make a sequel to be released after the next Star Wars film and hopes that Moranis would reprise his role. This proposed film, Brooks said, may be called Spaceballs 2: The Search for More Money.
    • Star Wars 36
      • Movie playing on the space station (Season 1 episode 8)
    • Star Wars 9: Yoda's Bar Mitzvah
      • Movie, Star Wars sequel.
    • Star Wars Episode IX: Shut The Hell Up You Broken Hateful Dweebs
      • When Kelly Marie Tran got bullied off of Instagram by racist trolls, Stephen Colbert and team created a fake trailer for Episode IX to mock the asshole fanboys
    • Star Wars Episode V: Secret Santa
      • Star Wars sequel from Death Star Casual Fridays skit hosted by Charlie Sheen
    • Star Wars Episode VII: The Apology
      • No description available
    • Star Wars: The Clinton Menace
      • In honor of the singular achievement of Fox News being right about the Ferguson shooting involving Michael Brown, Jon has liberal Hollywood director George Lucas pledge to only make movies that are blindly uncritical of America.
    • Star Wars: The Reagan Missile Defense Version
      • In honor of the singular achievement of Fox News being right about the Ferguson shooting involving Michael Brown, Jon has liberal Hollywood director George Lucas pledge to only make movies that are blindly uncritical of America.
  • Movies-Parody
    • Beaks
      • Howard's Breeders of the Lost Ark movie poster says, from the creators of Beaks (Duckworld version of Jaws) and Fowl Wars (Duckworld version of Star Wars)
    • The Force and I — the Mad Star Wars Musical
      • Parody of Star Wars  (MAD Magazine issue: December 1978)
    • My Dinner with Jar Jar
      • 
Movie playing Springfield Googolplex Theaters, parody of Star Wars and My Dinner with Andre. (Season 11 episode E-I-E-I-Annoyed Grunt)
    • Rough One: A Star Bores Snorer
      • Parody of Rogue One: A Star Wars Story  (MAD Magazine issue: June 2017)
    • Star Boars
      • BoJack version of Star Wars playing at Barklight Cinemas (Season 3 episode 12 That Went Well)
    • Star Bores Epic Load I: The Fandumb Megamess
      • Parody of Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace  (MAD Magazine issue: September 1999)
    • Star Bores Epic Load II: Attack of the Clowns
      • Parody of Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones (MAD Magazine issue: September 2002)
    • Star Bores Epic Load III: Retread of the Sh*t!
      • Parody of Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith (MAD Magazine issue: August 2005)
    • Star Bores: Half-Assed Jedi
      • Parody of Star Wars Episode VIII The Last Jedi  (MAD Magazine issue: June 2018)
    • Star Bores: The Snores Awaken
      • Parody of Star Wars Episode VII The Force Awakens (MAD Magazine issue: June 2016)
    • Star Roars
      • Parody of Star Wars  (MAD Magazine issue: January 1978)
  • Movies-Porn
    • The Empire Strikes Ass
      • Porn version of Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back (Zack & MIri brainstorm a whole bunch of porn movie names that are puns of real movies)
    • The Phantom Man-Ass
      • Porn version of Star Wars: The Phantom Menace (Zack & MIri brainstorm a whole bunch of porn movie names that are puns of real movies)
    • Return Of The Brown Eye
      • Porn version of Star Wars: Return of the Jedi (Zack & MIri brainstorm a whole bunch of porn movie names that are puns of real movies)
    • Revenge Of The Shit: The All Anal Final Chapter
      • Porn version of Star Wars: Revenge of the Sith (Zack & MIri brainstorm a whole bunch of porn movie names that are puns of real movies)
    • Sex Wars: Phantom Ass
      • Gay porn version of Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace, (not) locked away in Erasmus and Paul's porn closet.
    • Star Whores
      • Porn version of Star Wars. The first porn movie they were going to make before the building where they were going to film got torn down.
  • Movies-Science Fiction
    • Cosmic Wars: The Gathering Shadow
      • The latest chapter of the epic space saga, parody of Star Wars: The Phantom Menace. (Season 15 episode Co-Dependents' Day)
    • The Mos Eisley Five: A Star Wars Story
      • New Star Wars anthology film introduced by none other than J.J. Abrams (2017 host Charles Barkley)
  • Musical Instruments
    • Valachord
      • Musical instrument that Beckett mentions to Val: "We're gonna clear our debts, go back to Glee Anselm, and I'm finally gonna learn how to play that valachord."
  • Musicians
    • Figrin D'an And The Modal Nodes
      • Band playing at the Mos Eisley cantina.
    • Latara the Ewok
      • No description available
    • The Max Rebo Band
      • Played in Jabba's palace in Return of the Jedi
      • from Star Wars sketch
    • The Power Converters
      • band playing at Toshi station nightclub from Star Wars sketch
    • The Rated R
      • Hip-hop artist that joins William Shatner for the song "No Tears for Caesar" in his musical version of Julius Caesar.
    • Springfield Pops
      • Homer and Marge attend a Springfield Pops concert in Jebediah Springfield Park, but leave when Homer complains about them butchering the classics - John Williams' Star Wars score. (Season 6 episode The Springfield Connection)
  • Natural Areas
    • Beggar's Canyon
      • Natural area on Tatooine that Luke mentions.
      • Natural area on Tatooine where Peli Motto tells her droids to take Toro Calican's body after Mando kills him. (Season 1 episode Chapter 5 The Gunslinger)
    • The Crystal Caves
      • Caverns full of cyber crystals in the planet Ilum. (Season 5 episode The Gathering)
    • Cytocaves Of Nora
      • Caves that Kuiil mentions when he meets Cara Dune: "This one, on the other hand, looks like she was farmed in the Cytocaves of Nora." (Chapter 7 The Reckoning)
    • The Dune Sea
      • Natural area on Tatooine that Luke mentions - Ben lives out beyond the Dune Sea.
      • Jabba's plan for the rebels is to take them out to the Dune Sea and cast intothe Pit of Carkoon, the nesting place of the all-powerful Sarlacc.
      • Bounty hunter wannabe Toro Calican tells Mando that his target, the dangerous mercenary Fennec Shand, is out past the Dune Sea on Tatooine. (Season 1 episode Chapter 5 The Gunslinger) Natural area on Tatooine that Cobb Vanth mentions when convincing his people to work with the Tusken Raiders, a.k.a. sand people: "They are brutal, but so is the Dune Sea." (Season 2 episode Chapter 9 The Marshal)
    • Goazon Badlands
      • The TIE Fighter that Finn and Poe steal is projected to crash in the Goazon Badlands on Jakku.
    • The Jundland Wastes
      • Natural area where Ben lives on Tatooine - an area not to be traveled lightly.
      • Natural are on the planet Tatooine (from Luke's dream in the Prologue of the novelization Star Wars: The Last Jedi: Expanded Edition written by Jason Fry)
    • Kelvin Ridge
      • Location on Jakku that Rey mentions to BB-8.
    • Lurch Canyon
      • 
Canyon on the planet Pasaana, where Ochi's ship is located.
    • Pit Of Carkoon
      • Jabba's plan for the rebels is to take them out to the Dune Sea and cast intothe Pit of Carkoon, the nesting place of the all-powerful Sarlacc.
    • Tulara Ravine
      • Natural area on Hera's home planet of Ryloth (Season 3).
    • The Void
      • Desert on the planet Abafar, where Colonel Gascon and D-Squad crash land after stealing an encryption module from a Separatist Dreadnaught. (Season 5 episode Secret Weapons)
  • Newspapers
    • Evening Standard
      • Instead of action, Star Wars: The Phantom Menace parody movie Cosmic Wars: The Gathering Shadow features two hours of political intrigue, with the Empire's Galactic Senate calling roll for numerous star systems. One star system representative that resembles an AT-AT from Star Wars proposes an amendment to Space bill number 371. When told to wait it's turn, it sits down and reads an Evening Standard newspaper. (Season 15 episode Co-Dependents' Day)
  • Operations
    • Operation Cinder
      • Imperial attack led by Valin Hess on the planet Burnin Konnors that not only devastated the planet's residents, but the majority of Imperial sharpshooter Migs Mayfeld's Patton as well. (Chapter 15 The Believer)
    • Operation Fracture
      • Cassian Andor's rebel mission to extract scientist Galen Erso so he could testify to the Imperial Senate regarding the existence of a planet-destroying superweapon.
    • Operation: Cinder
      • Palpatine's death activates a contingency plan among remaining Imperial admirals targeting key worlds, including Naboo, Vardos, Commenor and more, with climate-disrupting satellite weaponry designed to ravage worlds and instill fear among Imperial citizens.
      • Palpatine's death activates a contingency plan among remaining Imperial admirals targeting key worlds, including Naboo, Vardos, Commenor and more, with climate-disrupting satellite weaponry designed to ravage worlds and instill fear among Imperial citizens.
  • Outer Space-Other
    • Akkadese Maelstrom
      • A cluster of matter in the Kessel sector containing interstellar gas, carbonbergs, ice chunks, and other large debris that surrounded the planet Kessel.
      • The protocol droid schoolteacher on Nevarro mentions the nebula known as the Akkadese Maelstrom that surrounds the planet Kessel and it's three moons. (Season 2 episode Chapter 12 The Siege)
    • Archeon Nebula
      • Also referred to as the Archeon Pass. Hera takes the Ghost, carrying Mon Mothma's, into a nebula to get away from Imperial fighters (Season 3 episode Secret Cargo)
    • The Colonies
      • The protocol droid schoolteacher on Nevarro reviews the regions of the galaxy, including the Outer Rim, Mid Rim, the Expansion Region, the Inner Rim, the Colonies, the Core Worlds, and the Deep Core. (Season 2 episode Chapter 12 The Siege)
    • The Core Worlds
      • The protocol droid schoolteacher on Nevarro reviews the regions of the galaxy, including the Outer Rim, Mid Rim, the Expansion Region, the Inner Rim, the Colonies, the Core Worlds, and the Deep Core. (Season 2 episode Chapter 12 The Siege)
    • Cybloc Sector
      • Obi-Wan searches for Darth Maul and Savage Opress in the Cybloc sector of the Meridian system. (Season 5 episode Revival)
    • Death Asteroid
      • Space station/weapon built by The Others, named after the Death Star from Star Wars
    • The Deep Core
      • The protocol droid schoolteacher on Nevarro reviews the regions of the galaxy, including the Outer Rim, Mid Rim, the Expansion Region, the Inner Rim, the Colonies, the Core Worlds, and the Deep Core. (Season 2 episode Chapter 12 The Siege)
    • Endor
      • Forest moon from Return of the Jedi that Cara Dune mentions when she meets Mando on Sorgan. She saw most of her action mopping up after Endor. (Season 1 episode Chapter 4 The Sanctuary)
    • Expansion Region
      • Home of a remote ghost nebula and the strategic system of Umbara. (Season 4 episode Darkness on Umbara)
    • The Expansion Region
      • The protocol droid schoolteacher on Nevarro reviews the regions of the galaxy, including the Outer Rim, Mid Rim, the Expansion Region, the Inner Rim, the Colonies, the Core Worlds, and the Deep Core. (Season 2 episode Chapter 12 The Siege)
    • Imperial Portal
      • Mentioned by imperial officer in Spark of Rebellion.
    • The Inner Rim
      • The protocol droid schoolteacher on Nevarro reviews the regions of the galaxy, including the Outer Rim, Mid Rim, the Expansion Region, the Inner Rim, the Colonies, the Core Worlds, and the Deep Core. (Season 2 episode Chapter 12 The Siege)
    • Kessel Run
      • Smuggler route from the spice mines of Kessel. Han boasts that his ship, the Millennium Falcon, made the Kessel run in less than 12 parsecs.
      • Route used by smugglers to move spice from Kessel to the Si'Klaata Cluster and avoiding The Empire.
    • Lothal
      • Ezra's home planet in the Outer Rim Territories.
    • Mavin IV
      • One fragment of the Great Tree is offered as a gift to Bey and her husband, Kes Dameron, who plant it on Yavin IV after retiring from the New Republic military to raise their young son, Poe.
    • Maw Cluster
      • a.k.a. The Maw. Unstable black hole cluster of matter near the planet Kessel in the Akkadese Maelstrom.
    • Mid Rim
      • The protocol droid schoolteacher on Nevarro reviews the regions of the galaxy, including the Outer Rim, Mid Rim, the Expansion Region, the Inner Rim, the Colonies, the Core Worlds, and the Deep Core. (Season 2 episode Chapter 12 The Siege)
    • Oseon Belt
      • Astroid belt that Lando mentions: "Oh, I've won a lot of things. I once won a subtropical moon in the Oseon Belt... Turned out to be a real money pit."
    • Outer Rim
      • The least widely settled and explored area of the galaxy - location of the planet Lothal
      • The protocol droid schoolteacher on Nevarro reviews the regions of the galaxy, including the Outer Rim, Mid Rim, the Expansion Region, the Inner Rim, the Colonies, the Core Worlds, and the Deep Core. (Season 2 episode Chapter 12 The Siege)
    • The Outer Rim
      • Location of series of battles near the end of the Clone Wars that Anakin mentions: "We didn't anticipate the Outer Rim Sieges would last this long."
      • Area controlled by gangsters the Hutts.
      • Area controlled by gangsters the Hutts.
    • Polis Massa
      • asteroid
    • Ring Of Kafrene
      • Mining colony and deep-space trading post in the Kafrene asteroid belt where Cassian Andor meets with a source and learns about the defecting Imperial pilot.
    • Rishi Maze
      • When Obi-Wan searches for the missing planet Kamino, he mentions that it should be located beyond the outer rim, south of the Rishi Maze.
    • Sector 9
      • Catherine reads a news report referring to the events of Star Wars Episode 4 A New Hope: "Tragedy struck today in Sector 9 as rebel terrorists blew up the Death Star, killing thousands. The rebel alliance, a fringe group of anti-Empire fanatics has claimed responsibility for the terrorist act. Fortunately, Lord Vader escaped without harm. Our hearts go out to the families of the victims.” (Season 3 episode Space, the episode that imagines WNYX is located on a space station)
    • Sereeda Waypoint
      • Hyperspace waypoint where the crew of the Ghost stops to recalculate navigation coordinates on their way to the Yarma system. (Season 3 episode Steps Into Shadow)
    • Sertar Sector
      • Location of the planet Florrum, where Obi-Wan searches for Darth Maul and Savage Opress. (Season 5 episode Revival)
    • Si'Klaata
      • Star cluster that L3-37 mentions when explaining to Han that you can't plot a direct course to Kessel: You have to thread through the Si'Klaata cluster and then pass through the Maelstrom.
    • StarCave Nebula
      • Location Lando mentions: Very few people have actually seen the StarCave Nebula. It's breathtaking. Not unlike your eyes. How much do you know about intertwined celestial bodies? Because I happen to be something of an authority.
    • Tashtor Sector
      • Sector where planet Castilian is located, where Kaz and Yeager go looking for Tam. (Season 2 episode The Escape Part 1)
    • Tonnis Sector
      • Where Saw takes Ezra and Sabine (Season 4 episode In the Name of the Rebellion)
    • Unknown Regions
      • Surviving Imperial forces lead by Admiral Rae Sloane continue to engage the New Republic in various holdouts on Jakku, before retreating into the Unknown Regions on the deathbed orders of Gallius Rax. She helps to slowly but surely rebuild the Empire in secret, an entity that eventually renames itself the First Order.
    • Voxx Cluster
      • Asteroid field where Hype Fazon learned to race. (Season 2 episode Voxx Vortex 5000)
    • Wild Space
      • The area beyond the outer rim, where the rebels find the planet Lira San in Season 2 episode Legends of the Last
      • Name given to the unmapped expanse beyond the Outer Rim. (Season 1 episode The Recruit)
  • Planets
    • Aargonar
      • Location of the base where Senator Amidala's mentor Miina Bonteri's husband was setting up a base when clones attacked, killing him. (Season 3 episode Heroes on Both Sides)
    • Abafar
      • Desert planet where Colonel Gascon and D-Squad crash land after stealing an encryption module from a Separatist Dreadnaught. (Season 5 episode Secret Weapons)
    • Abbaji
      • Planet near Endor.
    • Adelphi
      • New Republic X-Wing pilots Carson and Wolf advise Mando that if they can't confirm he's not Imperial, he's going to have to follow them to the outpost at Adelphi. (Season 2 episode Chapter 10 The Passenger)
    • Aduba-3
      • Issue #8 - Han Solo and Chewbacca partner with Jaxxon, Hedji, Amaiza, Don-Wan Kihotay, the Starkiller Kid, and FE-9Q to defend a village on Aduba-3 from the outlaw Serji-X Arragantus and his band of Cloud Riders.
    • Aeos
      • Captain Doza and the crew of the Colossus arrive at this beautiful planet, hoping to make it their new home, but run into trouble with the locals. (Season 2 episode The New World)
    • Agamar
      • Planet where Separatist droids still fighting the Clone Wars in Season 3
    • Ahch-To
      • Rey sets out to the planet of Ahch-To to learn the ways of the Force from Luke Skywalker.
      • Birthplace of the Jedi Order, home of the ancient Jedi texts, where Luke Skywalker retreats following the destruction of his new Jedi school.
      • Planet where Rey, Chewbacca and R2-D2 find Jedi Master Luke Skywalker.
      • Rey returns to Ahch-To in Kylo Ren's TIE Fighter.
    • Akiva
      • Planet liberated from Imperial rule.
    • Alderaan
      • Princess Leia's home world, destroyed by the Death Star on Grand Moff Tarkin's orders.
      • Along with Senator Palpatine, Bail Antilles of Alderaan and Ainlee Teem of Malastare are nominated for the position of chancellor.
      • Mentioned only in secret code phrase when Sabine, Ezra and Chopper are meeting rebel contact. "It's a long way to Alderaan". (Season 2 episode Blood Sisters) Peaceful planet offering help to the Rebellion in Season 2 episode A Princes on Lothal
      • No description available
      • Bail Organa returns home to Alderaan to inform his people that there will be no peace - and to send for his Jedi friend that served him well during the Clone Wars and has lived in hiding since the Emperor's purge.
      • R2-D2 plays Leia's old message for Luke to try to convince him to join the fight
      • Raymus and Leia's home planet. (story Raymus)
      • Moff Gideon mentions Cara Dune's homeworld. (Season 1 Chapter 8 Redemption) Cara Dune tells New Republic X-Wing pilot Carson Teva that she lost everyone when Alderaan was destroyed. (Season 2 episode Chapter 12 The Siege) Imperial shuttle tells Cara Dune that he was on the Death Star when it destroyed her home planet. (Season 2 episode Chapter 16 The Rescue)
      • Palpatine tells Pryde, "The princess of Alderaan has disrupted my plan."
    • Aleen
      • Planet suffering from catastrophic earthquakes where the Republic provides humanitarian relief to the inhabitants - and R2-D2 and C-3PO get trapped beneath the surface. (Season 4 episode Mercy Mission)
    • Alzoc III
      • Planet Xi-an mentions, location of a previous job with Mando. (Season 1 episode 6 Chapter 6 The Prisoner)
    • Anaxes
      • Planet where Separatists capture the main production facility for the Republic's battle fleet, using information extracted from captured clone trooper Echo. (Season 7 episode The Bad Batch)
    • Ansion
      • Chancellor Palpatine suggests a Jedi security escort for Senator Amidala, Obi-Wan Kenobi, who has just returned from a border dispute on Ansion.
    • Ardennia
      • Rio Durant mentions mynock roasts on the planet Ardennia.
    • Arkanis
      • Planet that Ezra's cadet informant Are Leonis mentions being transferred to. (Season 1 episode Visions of Hope)
    • Arvala-7
      • Planet where Mando meets Kuiil, IG-11 and baby Yoda. (Season 1 episode Chapter 1)
    • Ashas Ree
      • Abandoned trading outpost the gang investigates that turns out to be sitting on top of an old Sith temple. (Season 2 episode The Relic Raiders)
    • Atollon
      • A remote planet in the Lothal sector of the Outer Rim Territories, location of new rebel base. (Season 3)
    • Bakura
      • Planet that Venisa mentions to her droid when being sucked into a a First Order ship by tractor beam: "So how do we play this? Like we did on Bakura? Or like that time on Lehon?" Originally from the 1993 novel, The Truce of Bakura. (Season 2 episode Rendezvous Point)
    • Balith
      • Anakin Skywalker travels to the planet Balith to assist with their large scale civil war. (Season 3 episode Assassin)
    • Balmorra
      • Site of Republic factory that General Grievous plans to destroy. (Season 1 episode Rookies)
    • Bardotta
      • Mace Windu and Jar Jar Binks travel to the world of Bardotta to help with an ancient prophecy. (Season 6 episode The Disappeared Part 1)
    • Basketball
      • Planet that explodes, parody of Alderaan.
    • Batonn
      • Thrawn promoted following his victory at Batonn.
    • Batuu
      • Kaz heads out to meet up with the Resistance at a rendezvous point near the planet Batuu. (Season 2 episode No Place Safe)
    • Bayora
      • Captured by First Order forces, former New Republic soldier Del Meeko is tortured at Kylo Ren's hands, and reveals that the explorer Lor San Tekka took a fragment of a map leading to Luke Skywalker's location to the planet Bayora.
    • Besbin
      • Planet below Cloud City.
      • Visible during celebration scene. (Special Edition)
      • from Star Wars sketch
      • A Star Destroyer is shown being destroyed near Cloud City, Lando's old mining operation that hovers over the gas giant known as Besbin.
    • Bespin
      • Planet liberated from Imperial rule.
    • Bith
      • Home world of the famous artist Janyor of Both (Season 1 episode Idiot's Array)
    • Bogden
      • Jango Fett tells Obi-Wan that he was recruited by a man called Tyranus on one of the moons of Bogden.
    • Bothawui
      • Strategic world that Anakin and Gold Squadron are commissioned to protect. (Season 1 episode Downfall of a Droid)
    • Boz Pity
      • Planet that Obi-Wan mentions: "Saleucami has fallen, and Master Vos moved his troops to Boz Pity."
      • Planet (Season 1 episode Idiot's Array)
    • Bracca
      • Planet where Cal hides from the Empire.
    • Burnin Konn
      • Location of an Imperial attack led by Valin Hess called Operation Cinder that not only devastated the planet's residents, but the majority of Imperial sharpshooter Migs Mayfeld's Patton as well. (Chapter 15 The Believer)
    • Cantonica
      • No description available
    • Carlac
      • Planet where Ahsoka saved Lux from Death Watch. (Season 5 episode A War on Two Fronts)
    • Castilon
      • Planet, location of the old supertanker The Colossus. (Season 1 episode The Recruit)
    • Cato Neimodia
      • Planet where Anakin and Ahsoka are leading the battle against Separatists, unless Yoda calls them back to the Jedi Temple to investigate a bombing. (Season 5 episode Sabotage)
    • Cato Neimoidia
      • Mentioned during exchange between Obi-Wan and Anakin. Obi-Wan tells Anakin that whatever happened there doesn't count as one of the times he owes Anakin for saving his life.
    • Chandrila
      • Mon Mothma's home planet, mentioned in Imperial news report: "Imperial Senator Mon Mothma of Chandrila has shocked the Senate with her treasonous remarks against emperor Palpatine." (Season 3 episode Secret Cargo)
      • The Galactic Senate is restored on the planet Chandrila, and Mon Mothma is elected Chancellor.
      • Peace talks between the Empire and the New Republic on Chandrila disintegrate when former Imperial prisoners, unknowing sleeper agents controlled by secret implants, open fire on Imperial and New Republic ambassadors, killing and wounding several.
      • Ben Solo, the son of General Leia Organa and Han Solo, is born on Chandrila.
      • Mon Mothma's home planet, destroyed by the Death Star (from Luke's dream in the Prologue of the novelization Star Wars: The Last Jedi: Expanded Edition written by Jason Fry)
      • The protocol droid schoolteacher on Nevarro mentions that Chandrila is the capitol of the New Republic. (Season 2 episode Chapter 12 The Siege)
    • Christophsis
      • Planet where Jedis Obi-Wan Kenobi and Anakin Skywalker battle the Separatist droid army.
      • Separatist forces mercilessly batter the beautiful and elegant world of Christophsis. Unable to defend themselves any longer, the people of Christophsis call on the Jedi for assistance. (Season 1 episode The Hidden Enemy)
    • Commenor
      • One of the planet targeted with climate-disrupting satellite weaponry in Palpatine's contingency plan Operation: Cinder
      • One of the planet targeted with climate-disrupting satellite weaponry in Palpatine's contingency plan Operation: Cinder
    • Concord Dawn
      • Planet with Mandalorian settlement called The Protectors in Season 2 episode The Protector of Concord Dawn
    • Corellia
      • mentioned by Han Solo
      • Mentioned during conversation about the Empire's new super weapon (Season 4 episode In the Name of the Rebellion)
      • Ship building planet, Han and Qi'ra's homeworld.
      • Planet Toro Calican mentions when he shows up to meet Mando with two speeder bikes: "Not too shabby, huh? What do you expect? This ain't Corellia." (Season 1 episode Chapter 5 The Gunslinger)
    • Coruscant
      • Visible during celebration scene.(Special Edition)
      • The hub of the Republic, home of Senator Palpatine and the Senate.
      • Capital of the Republic, home of the Senate. Senator Amidala travels there to vote.
      • Home of the Senate.
      • from Star Wars sketch
      • The capital of the Republic, and then, The Empire
      • Separatist leader Nute Gunray breaks free from his Jedi escort while en route to Coruscant to stand trial for war crimes. (Season 1 episode The Lair of General Grievous)
      • Home of the Republic Senate and the Jedi Council.
      • Mentioned only. (Season 2 episode Blood Sisters). Mentioned during conversation about the Empire's new super weapon (Season 4 episode In the Name of the Rebellion)
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      • On a mission to the planet Vetine, Luke Skywalker and Shara Bey recover two fragments of the Great Tree that once sat at the heart of the Jedi Temple on Coruscant from a secret Imperial facility.
      • After being extracted out of conflict zones on Coruscant, Imperial Grand Vizier Mas Amedda contacts Mon Mothma and sues for peace, initiating talks that culminate in the signing of the Galactic Concordance.
      • After being extracted out of conflict zones on Coruscant, Imperial Grand Vizier Mas Amedda contacts Mon Mothma and sues for peace, initiating talks that culminate in the signing of the Galactic Concordance.
      • Kaz claims to have worked as a mechanic on Coruscant.(Season 1 episode The Triple Dark)
      • The protocol droid schoolteacher on Nevarro mentions that Coruscant was the capitol of the Old Republic. (Season 2 episode Chapter 12 The Siege) Grogu was raised at the Jedi Temple on Coruscant. (Season 2 episode Chapter 13 The Jedi)
    • Corvus
      • Bo-Katan tells Mando that he can find Ahsoka Tano in the city of Calodan on the forest moon of the planet Corvus. (Season 2 episode Chapter 11: The Heiress) Mando tells Baby Yoda there's no way they're making it to Corvus in the shape they're in, so they stop off at Nevarro. (Season 2 episode Chapter 12 The Siege) Mando helps Ahsoka Tano liberate the city of Calodan on Corvus. (Season 2 episode Chapter 13 The Jedi)
    • Crait
      • Per director Rian Johnson, an out-of-the-way planet that used to house a Rebel base—now abandoned—and that the Resistance shows up to deal with a "very pressing and immediate" situation.
      • Poe tells Zorii Bliss how nobody came to help when they sent out their distress signal during the Battle of Crait.
    • Dagobah
      • Home of Jedi Master Yoda.
      • Luke returns to finish his training
      • Yoda travels to the planet Dagobah per Living Force ghost Qui-Gon Jinn's request. (Season 6 episode Voices)
    • Dantooine
      • Planet, location of an old rebel base that has been abandoned for some time, which Leia offers up to Grand Moff Tarkin as alternative to Alderaan for a Death Star target.
      • Location of a Jedi academy, planet where the player's character trains to be a Jedi.
      • Planet where Master Windu is fighting.
      • The Jedi receive a distress signal from their forces on Dantooine. Mace Windu's defenses held, but at a great cost to his men. They need medical supplies immediately. (Season 2 episode Brain Invaders)
      • Location of rebel base, first mentioned in Season 3 episode Secret Cargo
      • Venisa comes to the Colossus looking for assistance escorting Resistance recruits off the planet Dantooine and past a First Order blockade. (Season 2 episode Rebuilding the Resistance)
    • Dathomir
      • Home of the Nightsisters, where Asajj Ventress is originally from, and where Darth Maul was trained. (Season 3 episode Nightsisters) Count Dooku orders General Grievous to wipe the witches out. (Season 4 episode Massacre)
      • Planet Dryden Vos mentions to Qi'ra: "Bring the ship and come to me on Dathomirand you and I will then decide what to do about the traitor, Beckett, and his accomplices."
    • Devaron
      • Count Dooku unleashes his new apprentice Savage Opress on the clone troops on the jungle planet Devaron. It's a massacre. (Season 3 episode Monster)
    • Draboon
      • Planet where Obi-Wan and Satine encountered venom mites. (Season 2 episode Voyage of Temptation)
    • Drahgor III
      • Planet, location of Flix's relatives' fueling station. (Season 2 episode From Beneath)
    • Dulathia
      • Home planet of Lieutenant Connix
    • D'Qar
      • Location of the Resistance base.
      • Site of the Resistance base being evacuated when the movie begins
      • Kaz and his friends head for the planet D'Qar in search of the Resistance. (Season 1 episode No Escape) The crew of the Colossus arrives at D'Qar, in the Ileenium system, looking for the Resistance base that has since been destroyed. (Season 2 episode A Quick Salvage Run)
    • Eadu
      • Location of Imperial Khyber Crystal refinery where Galen Erso works on the Death Star - and the pilot Bodhi defects from.
    • Endor
      • The Empire installs a shield generator for the Death Star on the Forest Moon orbiting the planet Endor.
      • No description available
      • No description available
      • from Star Wars sketch
    • Exegol
      • Planet where the Emperor amasses his new fleet.
    • Falleen
      • Site of recent clone trooper losses. (Season 1 episode Downfall of a Droid)
    • Felucia
      • Where the Jedi Aayla Secura was killed after Palpatine enacted Order 66.
      • Planet where Ahsoka ignores Anakin's orders and continues fighting the droid army. She in punished by being reassigned to security in the Jedi Temple library. (Season 2 episode Holocron Heist) Planet where Obi-Wan, Anakin and Ahsoka help local Nysillin farmers fight off Hondo's pirates. (Season 2 episode Bounty Hunters) Planet where Jedi Master Syfo-Dias was thought to have died, until Jedi Master Pro Kool finds his crashed ship on the moon of the Pike planet Oba Diah. (Season 6 episode The Lost Ones)
      • Planet that Lando mentions when he finds out that Beckett is working for Dryden Vos: Listen, last I checked, me and Crimson Dawn, we're squared away. Dryden said all is forgiven after I did the whole Felucia thing for him.
    • Florrum
      • Nearest planet to Vanqor, six parsecs away, where Hondo and his pirates ferry Count Dooku. (Season 1 episode Dooku Captured) Aurra Sing and Boba Fest travel to see Hondo. (Season 2 episode Lethal Trackdown) Hondo's planet, where Obi-Wan searches for Darth Maul and Savage Opress. (Season 5 episode Revival)
    • Garel
      • Planet in the Outer Rim, location of rebel base in Season 2
    • Geonosis
      • Location of the Separatist battle droid factory. Obi-Wan tracks Jango Fett there, before he is captured.
      • Jedis battle Separatist leader Poggle the Lesser, who's building a new droid factory. (Season 2 episode Landing at Point Rain)
      • No description available
      • An Imperial construction yard was established in orbit around Geonosis, but abandoned by the time the crew of the Ghost arrived in the system after the Imperial attack on Garel. Here they were ambushed by an Imperial force under Agent Kallus of the Imperial Security Bureau, but managed to escape, with Kallus and Garazeb Orrelios ending up stranded on one of Geonosis' moons after their battle carried into an escape pod. The Geonosis Moon in which they were stranded possessed a colder climate to that of the main planet, Geonosis.
    • Ghorman
      • Planet named in Mon Mothma's treasonous remarks: "I name the emperor himself for ordering the brutal attack's on the people of Ghorman." (Season 3 episode Secret Cargo) Planet mentioned by the Gold Squadron rebels that the crew of the Ghost meets. (Season 3 episode Secret Cargo)
    • Glee Anselm
      • Ocean planet, home to Nautolans. Planet that comes up when Yoda, Obi-Wan and Anakin reach out with the force, searching for the force sensitive children that Cad Bane may be abducting. (Season 2 episode Children of the Force)
      • Ocean plane that Beckett mentions to Val: "We're gonna clear our debts, go back to Glee Anselm, and I'm finally gonna learn how to play that valachord."
    • Gozgo
      • Planet from Vizago's exclamation in multiple episodes: "By the moons of Gozgo!" (Season 2 episode Brothers of the Broken Horn, Season 4 episode Crawler Commanders)
      • Planet. Briefly mentioned. (Season 1 episode Dangerous Business)
    • Hosnian Prime
      • Resistance forces secure part of a map leading to the location of exiled Jedi Master Luke Skywalker from Lor San Tekka, and a cold war turns hot as the First Order, striking from the hidden planetary weapon known as Starkiller Base, eradicates the New Republic Senate on Hosnian Prime.
      • Kaz hails from one of the wealthiest families on the planet Hosnian Prime. (Season 1 episode Descent)
    • Hoth
      • Ice planet, home of the Rebels' new base.
      • from Star Wars sketch
      • No description available
    • Ibaar
      • Planet with people depending on food drop from Phoenix Squadron in Season 2 episode Wings of the Master
    • Iego
      • Planet that Anakin mentions when he first meets Padmé. He asks her if she's an angel, and tells her he's heard deep space pilots talk about seeing them on the moons of Iego.
      • a.k.a. the World of a Thousand Moons, located deep in Separatist-controlled space. Home of reeksa root, a weed-like vine that may hold the cure for the Blue Shadow Virus. (Season 1 episode Mystery of a Thousand Moons)
    • Ilum
      • Sacred Jedi planet containing caves full of kyber crystals. (Season 5 episode The Gathering)
    • Iridonia
      • While Darth Maul was trained on Dathomir, his race's home world is actually Iridonia. It's where the rest of the males of the species dwell, and where Obi-Wan and Anaking search for Savage Opress. (Season 3 episode Witches of the Mist)
    • Jakku
      • The Imperial Remnant gathers its military forces over the desert world of Jakku under the command of Gallius Rax and Moff Randd.
      • The planet with the crashed star destroyer, site of a great battle.
      • The Imperial Remnant gathers its military forces over the desert world of Jakku under the command of Gallius Rax and Moff Randd.
      • The Imperial Remnant gathers its military forces over the desert world of Jakku under the command of Gallius Rax and Moff Randd.
      • The Imperial Remnant gathers its military forces over the desert world of Jakku under the command of Gallius Rax and Moff Randd.
      • Jakku is mentioned a couple of times in The Last Jedi - when Luke asks Rey where she's from, and when Kylo tells her who her parents are
      • Planet that Poe mentions when he's talking about the Resistance ship, saying this old girl saw action from the Battle of Scarify all the way up to Jakku. (Season 1 episode The Recruit)
      • Where Rey grew up. Mentioned by Rey's mother during flashback. A Star Destroyer is shown being destroyed over the planet following the battle on Exegol.
    • Jedha
      • Mentioned during conversation about the Empire's new super weapon, source of the secret cargo - a very large khyber crystal. (Season 4 episode In the Name of the Rebellion)
    • Jelucan
      • No description available
    • Jestefad
      • Planet in the Mustafar System.
    • Kadavo
      • Planet under control of the Zygerrian Slave Empire. (Season 4 episode Escape from Kadavo)
    • Kamino
      • The water planet where the cloners live, beyond the outer rim, south of the Rishi Maze.
      • from Star Wars sketch
      • Location of cloning facilities responsible for the clones of the Grand Army of the Republic. (Season 1 episode Rookies) General Grievous attacks the clone homeworld. (Season 3 episode Clone Cadets)
    • Kashyyyk
      • Wookiee home planet
      • Wookiee home world, where Yoda leads a Clone battalion, until they turn on him during the execution of Order 66.
      • A force of smugglers and bounty hunters recruited by Han Solo and Chewbacca, along with assistance from Rebel operatives and the New Republic Fleet, successfully liberate the Wookiee homeworld of Kashyyyk from the Empire's rule. His life debt to Solo fulfilled, Chewbacca retires to Kashyyyk with his family.
      • Chewbacca's home planet (from Leia's memory in Chapter 1 of the novelization Star Wars: The Last Jedi: Expanded Edition written by Jason Fry)
      • Han references Chewie's homeworld when they are trying to escape from the pit on Mimban: "You tired, you mangy Kashyyykian moof-milker?"
    • Kessel
      • Location of spice mines, mentioned by C-3PO when the Tantive IV is captured by the Empire.
      • Planet where Ahsoka and her new friends pick up the spice to transport to Obi Diah. (Season 7 episode Deal No Deal)
      • Location of famous spice mines
      • Home of spice mines.
      • The protocol droid schoolteacher on Nevarro mentions the nebula known as the Akkadese Maelstrom that surrounds the planet Kessel and it's three moons. (Season 2 episode Chapter 12 The Siege)
    • Kijimi
      • Planet where the gang finds Poe's old associate Zorii Bliss, spice runner.
    • Kiros
      • Planet where thousands of peaceful colonists are abducted by Zygerrian slavers. (Season 4 episode Kidnapped)
    • Koozebane
      • Star Wars droids R2-D2 and C-3PO appeared in episode 417 of The Muppet Show, along with Luke Skywalker and Chewbacca, visiting the planet Koozebane.
    • Krownest
      • Planet in the Mandalorian sector where the Ghost travels to straighten out matters with Sabine's estranged family. (Season 3 episode Legacy of Mandalore)
    • Lasan
      • Lasat homeworld
    • Lehon
      • Planet that Venisa mentions to her droid when being sucked into a a First Order ship by tractor beam: So how do we play this? Like we did on Bakura? Or like that time on Lehon? Originally from The Knights of the Old Republic videogame, another name for Rakata Prime. (Season 2 episode Rendezvous Point)
    • Lira San
      • New Lasan world, prophesized in the ancient Lasat writings from Season 2 episode Legends of the Last
    • Lola Sayu
      • Planet, home of the Citadel Prison. (Season 3 episode The Citadel)
    • Lotho Minor
      • Savage Opress tracks his long lost brother Darth Maul to the planet Lotho Minor, finding him alive - with spider legs! (Season 4 episode Brothers)
    • Malachor
      • Location of Sith temple, first mentioned in Season 2 episode Shroud of Darkness, seen in Season 2 episodes 21&22 Twilight of the Apprentice
    • Malastar
      • Planet, location of the Battle of Malastar Arrows. (Season 2 episode Cat and Mouse)
    • Malastare
      • When Anakin asks if anybody has seen a podrace, Qui-Gon mentions that they have pod racing on Malastare. Along with Senator Palpatine, Bail Antilles of Alderaan and Ainlee Teem of Malastare are nominated for the position of chancellor.
      • Planet, home of the Dugs, where the Republic's new weapon uncovers the existence of the Zillo Beast, thought to be extinct. (Season 2 episode The Zillo Beast, The Zillo Beast Strikes Back)
      • Planet liberated from Imperial rule.
    • Mandalore
      • Obi-Wan travels to the planet Mandalore to discover the truth behind the claim that Duchess Satine of Mandalore, leader of the Council of Neutral Worlds, is building her own army to fight for the Separatist cause. (Season 2 episode The Mandalore Plot) Senator Amidala visits Mandalore to help with their trade problems, stumbling upon even more corruption issues. (Season 3 episode Corruption) Site of precarious meetings between Republic and Separatists. (Season 4 episode A Friend in Need)
      • Sabine's home world
      • Mayfeld mentions Alderaan while they're transporting Rhydonium in the Imperial Juggernaut tank to the ISB base on the planet Morak. (Chapter 15 The Believer) Bo-Katan's mission in to reclaim her home planet, which Boba Fett calls a planet of glass after the Imperial attack. (Season 2 episode Chapter 16 The Rescue)
    • Maridun
      • Planet where Anakin, Ahsoka, Aayla and Rex crash, home of the peaceful Lurmens. (Season 1 episode Jedi Crash)
    • Mimban
      • Site of battle during the Clone Wars. The Voice of the Outer Rim radio broadcast dedicates a song to the med-jumpers of the 224th slugging it out on Mimban. (Season 1 episode Rookies)
      • Mud planet where Han, while enlisted in the Imperial Navy, is marked a deserter and fed to the beast, which turns out to be how he meets Chewie for the first time.
    • Mon Cala
      • Admiral Ackbar's planet, destroyed by the Death Star (from Luke's dream in the Prologue of the novelization Star Wars: The Last Jedi: Expanded Edition written by Jason Fry)
    • Mon Calamari
      • Site of battle between the Quarren Isolation League and the Calamari Council.
      • Water wars! Tensions run high on the ocean world of Mon Calamari where two separate peoples, the aggressive squid-like Quarren, and their peaceful neighbor, the Mon Calamari, struggle to maintain a fragile coexistence. (Season 4 episode Water War)
    • Montross
      • According to Mon Mothma, one of the many planets that needs help from the Rebellion (Season 4 episode In the Name of the Rebellion)
    • Mooga
      • Source of the tea that's making the school children sick on Mandalore. (Season 3 episode Corruption)
    • Moraband
      • Ancient Sith homeworld where Yoda discovers the tomb of Darth Bane. (Season 6 episode Sacrifice)
    • Morak
      • Mayfeld leads Mando and his new friends to an internal Imperial terminal on the planet Morak, a secret imperial mining hub. (Chapter 15 The Believer)
    • Mustafar
      • Volcanic planet, location of Anakin's final battle with Obi-Wan before he becomes Darth Vader.
      • Darth Sidious orders Cad Bane to take four force sensitive children to Mustafar. (Season 2 episode Children of the Force)
      • Darth Vader's Planet (Season 1 episode Fire Across the Galaxy)
      • Volcanic plane, location of Darth Vader's castle.
      • Kylo Ren finds the Sith Wayfinder that leads him to Emperor Palpatine in Darth Vader's castle on the planet Mustafar.
    • Muunilist
      • No description available
    • Mygeeto
      • Planet where Jedi Master Ki-Adi-Mundi is killed by clones during the execution of Order 66.
    • Mykapo
      • The Ghost docks with the YT-2400 freighter Sato's Hammer above Mykapo. (Season 3 episode Iron Squadron)
    • Naboo
      • Visible during celebration scene. (Special Edition)
      • Queen Amidala's home planet, target of the Trade Federation's blockade, and then invasion.
      • Padmé's home planet, where she and Anakin seek refuge following the attempt on her life on Coruscant.
      • Padme's home planet. While never actually seen in Episode III, Padmé mentions it a couple of times. She tells Anakin she wants to have her baby back on Naboo. Later, she asks Anakin to hold her like he did by the lake on Naboo.
      • Following the discovery of Separatist droids wandering the grassy wasteland, Naboo is once again on high alert. Fearing their home is facing another invasion, Senator Amidala and Representative Binks race to Naboo to assess the situation. (Season 1 episode Blue Shadow Virus) Rumors that the Gungans plan to aid the Separatists in an attack on Theed force Senator Amidala home to Naboo, accompanied by Anakin Skywalker. (Season 4 episode Shadow Warrior)
      • One of the planet targeted with climate-disrupting satellite weaponry in Palpatine's contingency plan Operation: Cinder
      • One of the planet targeted with climate-disrupting satellite weaponry in Palpatine's contingency plan Operation: Cinder
    • Nakadia
      • The Galactic Senate temporarily relocates to the planet Nakadia in the aftermath.
    • Nal Hutta
      • Obi-Wan Kenobi and Quinlan Vos track Cad Bane to the planet Nal Hutta. (Season 3 episode Hunt for Ziro) Obi-Wan Kenobi - disguised as Rako Hardeen, Moralo Eval and Cad Bane crash-land their ship in the swamps of Nal Hutta to throw any pursuers. (Season 4 episode A Friends and Enemies) Darth Maul, Savage Opress and Death Watch attack the Hutt council on Nal Hutta. (Season 5 episode Eminence)
    • Nantoon
      • Planet that Han Solo mentions, where the Guavian Death Gang must have tracked them from.
    • Nevarro
      • Planet where Mando meets with Greef Carga. (Season 1 episode Chapter One) Name finally mentioned by Fennec Shand. (Season 1 episode Chapter 5 The Gunslinger)
    • Oba Diah
      • The Pyke home world. (Season 6 episode The Lost Ones) Ahsoka and her new friends are hired to transport spice to Oba Diah. (Season 7 episode Deal No Deal)
    • Onderon
      • Anakin and Ahsoka travel to the planet Onderon to train the resistance there to fight back against the Separatist military. (Season 5 episode A War on Two Fronts)
      • Mentioned in various episodes (Season 2 episode The Honorable Ones, Season 4 episode In the Name of the Rebellion)
    • OR-Kappa-2722
      • Following altercations with First Order forces at Suraz and OR-Kappa-2722, New Republic Commander Poe Dameron defects to the Resistance alongside members of his X-Wing team, Rapier Squadron.
    • Ord Cestus
      • Ki Adi Mundi suggests picking up medical supplies for Mace Windu on Dantooine at the medical station near Old Cestus. (Season 2 episode Brain Invaders)
    • Ord Mantell
      • Han tells Leia the reason he's leaving is because of the bounty hunter they ran into on Ord Mandell
    • Orto-Plutonia
      • Desolate snow-covered planet where Anakin and Obi-Wan are sent to investigate the disappearance of clone troopers, what turns out to be the home of the Talz. (Season 1 episode Trespass)
    • Otomok
      • Rose's home planet - Hux mentions in a deleted scene. Hux approaches Rose, picking up her necklace and placing it as an artifact from the Otomok system.
    • Panna
      • Water planet
    • Parnassos
      • First Order General Brendol Hux crashlands on the low-tech world of Parnassos, encountering a warrior of the Scyre tribe named Phasma. Phasma helps Hux leave Parnassos, joining him as a member of the First Order's leadership.
    • Pasaana
      • Planet where Rey use the Force to both heal a wounded creature and zap a First Order transport with force lightning.
    • Pillio
      • Luke Skywalker travels to the planet Pillio in search of artifacts held in secret observatories by Palpatine. Encountering Inferno Squad agent Del Meeko, Luke recovers a compass from Palpatine's observatory on the planet.
    • Raxus
      • Senator Amidala and Ahsoka Tano travel to Raxus to speak with Amidala's old mentor Miina Bonteri. (Season 3 episode Heroes on Both Sides)
    • Raydonia
      • As part of Darth Maul's revenge plot, heand Savage Opress set a trap and lure Obi-Wan to the planet Raydonia. (Season 4 episode Revenge)
    • Ringo Vinda
      • Planet featuring a ring space station, aboard which clone trooper Tup's chip implant malfunctioned, causing Order 66 to kick in early, forcing him to assassinate Jedi Master Tiplar. (Season 6 episode The Unknown)
    • Rinn
      • Frozen planet facing energy crisis from Season 2 episode Brothers of the Broken Horn
    • Rishi
      • Location of Republic outpost. (Season 1 episode Rookies)
      • Planet where Marcus last encountered the Guavian Death Gang. (Season 1 episode The Platform Classic)
    • Rodia
      • On a vital mission of peace, Senator Padmé Amidala journeys to Outer Rim world of Rodia desperate to ensure its loyalty remains to the Republic. (Season 1 episode Bombad Jedi) A jungle world with domed cities. Through the force, Obi-Wan senses a force sensitive child being abducted from a house in Kay Tap Square. (Season 2 episode Children of the Force)
    • Ryloth
      • Planet, home of the Twi'lek species. "Subjected to a brutal droid occupation, the people of Ryloth are starving under the blockade of a Separatists' fleet." (Season 1 episode Storm Over Ryloth) Jedi Master Di and Cham Syndulla fend off a Separatist attack. (Season 3 episode Supply Lines)
      • Hera's home planet, where she reunites with her father in Season 2 episode Homecoming
    • Saleucami
      • Planet where Jedi Master Stass Allie is killed by clones during the execution of Order 66.
      • Planet where General Grievous' ship crashes, and a wounded Rex meets the clone trooper deserter Cut Lawquane. (Season 2 episode Grievous Intrigue)
    • Sarrish
      • Planet, site of battle between the Republic and Separatists. (Season 5 episode Missing in Action)
    • Savareen
      • Planet located at one spur of the Kessel Run, location of an old refinery there that's not under Imperial jurisdiction.
    • Scarif
      • Imperial security complex where Jyn Erso, Cassian Andor and their friends steal the plans for the Death Star.
      • Planet where the rebels stole the plans for the Death Star. (story Raymus)
      • Planet Qi'ra mentions as possible alternate source of refined coaxium: "You'll be hard pushed to find that anywhere outside an Imperial vault. Scarif. Maybe Mercy Island."
      • Planet that Poe mentions when he's talking about the Resistance ship, saying this old girl saw action from the Battle of Scarify all the way up to Jakku. (Season 1 episode The Recruit)
    • Scipio
      • Senator Amidala travels to the Neutral Zone on the planet Scipio to retrieve Republic funds from the Banking Clan, but when she gets there, she stumbled onto a conspiracy, discovering that the vault is empty. (Season 6 episode An Old Friend)
    • Seelos
      • Planet where Ezra and the gang finds Captain Rex (Season 2 episode The Lost Commanders)
    • Serenno
      • Count Dooku gathers 11 bounty hunters to compete in Moralo Eval's Box to see who will participate in his plot to kidnap the Chancellor. (Season 4 episode The Box)
    • Shantipole
      • Home of shipmaster Quarrie and his blockade buster in Season 2 episode Wings of the Master
    • Skako Minor
      • Separatist planet where clone trooper Echo is being held prisoner, and being used to extract information about Republic military strategy. (Season 7 episode A Distant Echo)
    • Sorgan
      • Planet where Mando goes looking for a place for him and baby Yoda to lay low for a couple of months. There's no star port, no industrial centers, no population density, a real backwater skug hole. (Season 1 episode Chapter 4 The Sanctuary)
    • Sterdic IV
      • Planet liberated from Imperial rule.
    • Stygeon Prime
      • Planet in the Stygeon System (Season 1 episode Rise of the Old Masters)
    • Subterrel
      • Planet that Dex mentions, where he used TO prospect.
    • Sullust
      • Imperial Officer: What of the reports of the Rebel fleet massing near Sullust?
      • site of an Imperial raid that eventually turned Kyle Katarn toward the Rebellion-from the Coded Transmission from Jan Ors to Mon Mothma regarding the reliability of Kyle Katarn in the Star Wars: Dark Forces instruction manual
      • Barren, obsidian world of lava streams and turquoise lakes.
      • Asajj Ventress leads the Separatist attack on the Republic over the planet Sullust, against Obi-Wan and Anakin. (Season 3 episode Nightsisters)
    • Suraz
      • Following altercations with First Order forces at Suraz and OR-Kappa-2722, New Republic Commander Poe Dameron defects to the Resistance alongside members of his X-Wing team, Rapier Squadron.
    • Synistahg
      • Planet (Season 3)
    • Taanab
      • Lando: Someone must have told them about my little maneuver at the Battle of Taanab.
    • Takodana
      • Maz Kanata's planet
      • Planet, where Kaz says he took BB-8 to a repair shop. (Season 1 episode The Core Problem)
    • Tanaab
      • Mayfeld blames Mando's condition on an accident on Tanaab: "I'm afraid you'll have to speak up to him a little bit, since his vessel lost pressure in Taanab." (Chapter 15 The Believer)
    • Taris
      • The game opens with the player's character awakening aboard a Republic ship that is under attack by Darth Malak's forces over the city world of Taris.
      • home of Acolytes of the Beyond
    • Tatooine
      • Desert planet in the Outer Rim where Luke Skywalker grows up with his aunt and uncle.
      • No description available
      • When Lando and Chewie take off in the Millennium Falcon at the end, Luke tells Lando they'll meet them at the rendezvous point on Tatooine.
      • Luke and the gang go back to Luke's old desert home to rescue Han from vile Jabba the Hut
      • Troops takes place on the planet Tatooine during the events of Star Wars Episode IV A New Hope.
      • Desert planet where Anakin and his mother live as slaves, where Queen Amidala and her Jedi escorts land to hide from the Trade Federation and repair their damaged hyperdrive.
      • Anakin and Padmé return to Tatooine to look for Anakin's mother Shmi Skywalker.
      • Obi-Wan takes Luke back to Anakin's home world.
      • Obi-Wan travels to Tatooine to meet with Jabba the Hutt regarding his misson son.
      • Anakin's home planet, which he mentions upon arrival on the snow covered planet Orto-Plutonia: "It's not Tatooine." (Season 1 episode Trespass)
      • No description available
      • Where Obi-Wan kills Darth Maul (Season 3 episode Twin Suns)
      • Luke's home planet (from Luke's dream in the Prologue of the novelization Star Wars: The Last Jedi: Expanded Edition written by Jason Fry)
      • The Tantive IV's destination, home of Obi-Wan Kenobi. (story: Raymus)
      • Mando lands in Mos Eisley on Tatooine to repair his ship following a space battle. (Season 1 episode Chapter 5 The Gunslinger) Mando travels to Tatooine in search of another Mandalorian, finding Cobb Vanth, the Marshal of the old mining settlement of Mos Pelgo, wearing Bob Fett's old Beskar armor. (Season 2 episode Chapter 9 The Marshal)
      • Rey buries Luke and Leia's lightsaber in the sand outside Luke's old home.
    • Taul
      • On a mission to the planet Taul to gain information about captured Resistance Admiral Gial Ackbar, C-3PO loses his left arm, replacing it with a red one scavenged from a First Order droid.
    • Tehar
      • The runaways Kel and Eila's home planet in the Unknown Regions, recently attacked by Kylo Ren and the First Order. (Season 1 episode The Children from Tehar)
    • Teralov
      • Planet where rebel ships are attacked the Empire while attempting to deliver supplies.(Season 3 episode The Antilles Extraction)
    • Teth
      • Bounty hunters track Jabba's son to a monastery on the planet Teth.
    • Theed
      • Shaak shepherd Peppi Bow's home planet. (Season 1 episode Blue Shadow Virus) Rumors that the Gungans plan to aid the Separatists in an attack on Theed force Senator Amidala home to Naboo, accompanied by Anakin Skywalker. (Season 4 episode Shadow Warrior)
    • Tibrin
      • Location of Clone War battle that Captain Rex and Commander Cody discuss on Rishi. (Season 1 episode Rookies)
    • Toydaria
      • Yoda wants to build a Republic base in the Toydarian sector. (Season 1 episode Ambush) Senator Bail Organa and Representative Jar Jar Binks travel to the planet Toydaria to convince King Katuunko to send aid to Ryloth. (Season 3 episode Supply Lines) Count Dooku sends Savage Opress to Toydaria, with directions to bring back King Katuunko alive. Savage Opress brings him back, but not alive. (Season 3 episode Witches of the Mist)
    • Trask
      • Mando's sublight passenger, the frog lady's husband settled on the estuary moon of Trask in the system of the gas giant Kol Iben. (Season 2 episode Chapter 10 The Passenger) A black market port with a population mostly of Mon Calamari and Quarren. Mando meets Bo-Katan and her friends. (Season 2 episode Chapter 11: The Heiress)
    • Tython
      • Ahsoka Tano directs Mando to an ancient Jedi temple on the planet Tython. (Season 2 episode Chapter 13 The Jedi) The Empire kidnaps Grogu while Mando, Boba Fett and Fennec fight off stormtroopers. (Season 2 episode Chapter 14 The Tragedy)
    • Umbara
      • Hostile planet completely enshrouded in darkness, site of battle between Separatists and the Republic forces, led by General Krell. (Season 4 episode Darkness on Umbara)
    • Utapau
      • Planet where Obi-Wan confronts - and kills - General Grievous.
    • Valashar
      • Location of a mining colony that Kaz mentions. (Season 1 episode Dangerous Business)
    • Vandor
      • a.k.a. Vandor-1. Snow and ice covered planet where Beckett and his crew attempt to steal the hyperfuel coaxium from an Imperial conveyex transport.
    • Vanqor
      • Rocky planet where Count Dooku has a listening station. (Season 1 episode Dooku Captured) Planet where Mace Windu and Anakin Skywalker search for survivors of the crashed Jedi cruiser Endurance. (Season 2 episode R2 Come Home)
    • Vardos
      • One of the planet targeted with climate-disrupting satellite weaponry in Palpatine's contingency plan Operation: Cinder
      • One of the planet targeted with climate-disrupting satellite weaponry in Palpatine's contingency plan Operation: Cinder
    • Vargos 9
      • Planet that Mika Grey mentions when The First Order shows up: Just my luck. I thought I lost those bucket heads back on Vargos 9. (Season 2 episode The Relic Raiders)
    • Vassek
      • Luminara's stolen ship is tracked to the Vassek system, where General Grievous has a fortress on the third moon of the planet Vassek. (Season 1 episode The Lair of General Grievous)
    • Vetine
      • On a mission to the planet Vetine, Luke Skywalker and Shara Bey recover two fragments of the Great Tree that once sat at the heart of the Jedi Temple on Coruscant from a secret Imperial facility.
    • Wynkahthu
      • Planet the rebels retrieve bombs from in Season 3
    • Yalbec Prime
      • The Bad Batch arrives late, since they were putting down an insurrection on Yalbec Prime when the call came in. (Season 7 episode The Bad Batch)
    • Yarma
      • Planet where Reklam Station is located in Season 3.
    • Yavin
      • The rebels' current base is located on a small moon orbiting the planet Yavin.
      • No description available
      • Planet, location of former Rebel base (from Leia's memory in Chapter 1 of the novelization Star Wars: The Last Jedi: Expanded Edition written by Jason Fry)
    • Yerbana
      • Site of battle between battle droids and both Obi-Wan's and Anakin's battalions. (Season 7 episode Old Friends Not Forgotten)
    • Yout
      • Planet that Ziro the Hutt's assassin mentions: "My mission to the twelfth moon of Yout has failed."
    • Zygerria
      • Planet, slave empire homeward where Jedi travel in search of the thousands of colonists that were kidnapped by slavers. (Season 4 episode Slaves of the Republic)
  • Political Parties
    • The Centrists
      • The Galactic Senate begins discussions to create the office of the "First Senator" to replace the Chancellor's role and heal growing divides between two emergent factions within the Senate: The Populists, who are advocating for New Republic member worlds to maintain their sovereignty, and the Centrists, who want a strong centralized government and an increased military force in the wake of Mon Mothma's demilitarization pact.
    • The Populists
      • The Galactic Senate begins discussions to create the office of the "First Senator" to replace the Chancellor's role and heal growing divides between two emergent factions within the Senate: The Populists, who are advocating for New Republic member worlds to maintain their sovereignty, and the Centrists, who want a strong centralized government and an increased military force in the wake of Mon Mothma's demilitarization pact.
  • Prisons
    • Citadel Prison
      • Prison created to hold Jedi if they lost their way. Obi-Wan, Anakin and Ahsoka rescue Jedi Master Even Piell from the Separatists. (Season 3 episode The Citadel)
    • Karthon Chop Fields
      • It is revealed that following the prison break sequence (Season 1 episode Chapter 6 The Prisoner), the derelict prison ship was found near the Dilestri system, and that Mayfeld was apprehended and sentenced to the Karthon Chop Fields. (Season 2 episode Chapter 14 The Tragedy)
    • Naraka Prison
      • Imperial prison on Naraka where Hondo Ohnaka and Tarba were held prisoner by the Galactic Empire in Season 3.
    • The Spire
      • Imperial containment system in the Stygeon system (Season 1 episode Rise of the Old Masters)
    • Wobani
      • Imperial labor camp where Jyn Erso has been captured.
  • Products-Other
    • Premium Deluxe D-90 Droid Oil
      • Product purchased at Flix and Orka's shop. (Season 1 episode Dangerous Business)
  • Professional Organizations
    • The Banking Clan
      • No description available
    • Bondsmen Guild
      • Bounty hunter association, Mando and IG-11 are both members. (Season 1 episode Chapter 1)
    • Commerce Guild
      • Trade conglomerate that controls the planet Mooga, and therefore the tea that's making the school children sick on Mandalore. (Season 3 episode Corruption)
    • The Federation Of Trade Route Allocation And Monetization
      • Upon arrival at the mining colony, Qu'ra claims to be Oksana Floren, Deputy Assistant Administrator to the Vice-Admiral of the Federation of Trade Route Allocation and Monetization, there with an offer from the Senior Vice-Admiral.
    • Mining Guild
      • Leia asks Lando if his operation is part of the Mining Guild
      • Professional organization. (Season 1 episode Dangerous Business)
    • Techno Union
      • Commerce guild associated with the Separatists during the Clone Wars. (Season 7 episode On the Wings of Keeradaks)
    • Trade Federation
      • Interstellar shipping and trade conglomerate supporting the Separatists.
  • Programs and Projects
    • Project Blacksaber
      • One of the project code names Jyn finds when she's digging through computer files looking for the Death Star plans on Scarif
    • Project Cluster Prism
      • One of the project code names Jyn finds when she's digging through computer files looking for the Death Star plans on Scarif
    • Project Mark Omega
      • One of the project code names Jyn finds when she's digging through computer files looking for the Death Star plans on Scarif
    • Project Pax Aurora
      • One of the project code names Jyn finds when she's digging through computer files looking for the Death Star plans on Scarif
    • Project Shantipole
      • Project name that built the B-Wing in Season 2 episode Wings of the Master
    • Project Stardust
      • Krennic's project to build the Death Star, mentioned to Thrawn by Tarkin (Season 4 episode Jedi Night)
      • The name Galen gives the Death Star plans
    • Project Stellarsphere
      • One of the project code names Jyn finds when she's digging through computer files looking for the Death Star plans on Scarif
    • Project War-Mantle
      • One of the project code names Jyn finds when she's digging through computer files looking for the Death Star plans on Scarif
  • Quotes
    • A.J. Frost & Lev Andropov
      • A.J. Frost: Have you ever heard of Evel Knievel?
        Lev Andropov: No, I never saw Star Wars.
    • A.J. Frost & Oscar
      • A.J. Frost: If anybody's anybody, I'm Han and you're Chewbacca.
        Oscar: Chewy? Have you even seen Star Wars?
    • Adi Gallia
      • Adi Gallia: Rise, Rey.
    • Ahsoka Tano
      • Ahsoka Tano: May the force be with you, master. (Season 1 episode Downfall of a Droid)
      • Ahsoka Tano: Liar! Liar! I'm tired of all this whining. Tell us what we want to know right now, or I will gut you like a Rokarian dirt fish. (Season 1 episode Cloak of Darkness)
      • Ahsoka Tano: Don't move, Sleemo! (Season 2 episode Children of the Force)
    • Ahsoka Tano & Darth Vader
      • Ahsoka Tano: I won't leave you. Not this time.
        Darth Vader: Then you wlill die.
        (Season 2 episode Twilight of the Apprentice)
    • Ahsoka Tano & Obi-Wan Kenobi
      • Ahsoka Tano: Well, you want the bad news Or the really bad news?
        Obi-Wan Kenobi: Well, let's try the bad news, laced with a little optimism.
        (Season 3 episode Ghosts of Mortis)
    • Aleena Grevel
      • Aleena Grevel: Move it, ya Skeebos! (Season 1 episode The Triple Dark)
    • Anakin Skywalker
      • Anakin Skywalker: Now go my son. Leave me. You were right. You were right about me. Tell your sister you were right.
      • Anakin Skywalker: I'm sorry I wasn't able to fnish you, 3PO... give you coverings and all. I'm gonna miss working on you. You've been a great pal. I'll make sure Mom doesn't sell you or anything.
      • Anakin Skywalker: I've got a bad feeling about this.
      • Anakin Skywalker: His Fate will be the same as ours.
      • Anakin Skywalker: As for you, stubby, you'd make a poor excuse for a light switch. (Season 1 episode Downfall of a Droid)
      • Anakin Skywalker: All right, lover boy, where's the disc? (Season 6 episode An Old Friend)
      • Anakin Skywalker: I see you for what you truly are… a serpent! A traitor! (Season 6 episode The Rise of Clovis)
      • Anakin Skywalker: The force surrounds you, Rey.
      • Anakin Skywalker: Bring back the balance, Rey. As I did.
    • Anakin Skywalker & C-3PO
      • Anakin Skywalker: Well, Threepio, I've been freed, and I'm going away in a starship.
        C-3PO: Master Anakin, you are my maker and I wish you well. However, I should prefer it if I were a little more completed.
        Anakin Skywalker: I'm sorry I wasn't able to finish you, Threepio, give you coverings and all. I'm gonna miss working on you. You've been a great pal. I'll make sure Mom doesn't sell you or anything.
        C-3PO: Sell me?
        Anakin Skywalker: Bye!
        C-3PO: Oh my.
    • Anakin Skywalker & Captain Tarkin
      • Anakin Skywalker: You lack faith in the Jedi.
        Captain Tarkin: I find their tactics ineffective. The Jedi code prevents them from going far enough to achieve victory, to do whatever it takes to win, the very reason why peacekeepers should not be leading a war. Have I offended you?
        Anakin Skywalker: No. I've also found that we sometimes fall short of victory because of our methods.
        Captain Tarkin: Well, I see we agree on something.
        (Season 3 episode Counterattack)
    • Anakin Skywalker & Padmé
      • Anakin Skywalker: Are you an angel?
        Padmé: What?
        Anakin Skywalker: An angel. I heard the deep space pilots talk about them. They're the most beautiful creatures in the universe. They live on the moons of lego, I think.
    • Anakin Skywalker & Padmé Amidala
      • Anakin: You call this a diplomatic solution?
        Padmé: No, I call it aggressive negotiations.
    • Anakin Skywalker & Qui-Gon Jinn
      • Anakin Skywalker: You're a Jedi knight, aren't you?
        Qui-Gon Jinn: What makes you think that?
        Anakin Skywalker: I saw your laser sword. Only Jedis carry that kind of weapon.
        Qui-Gon Jinn: Perhaps I killed a Jedi and took it from him.
        Anakin Skywalker: I don't think so. No one can kill a Jedi.
        Qui-Gon Jinn: I wish that were so.
    • Bart Simpson
      • Bart Simpson: Contrary to what you have just seen, war is neither glamorous nor fun. There are no winners; only losers. There are no good wars, with the following exceptions: the American Revolution, World War II, and the Star Wars Trilogy.
    • Battle Droid
      • Battle Droid: I have a bad feeling about this. (Season 1 episode Shadow of Malevolence)
    • Ben
      • Ben: I have been kind of tense lately. Just thinking about the new Star Wars sequel. I'm afraid they're gonna rely too heavily on CGI. And I'm carrying it all in my shoulders. (Season 6 episode Anniversaries)
    • Bendu
      • Bendu: Your sight cannot be healed but I can teach you to see, if you're willing. (Season 3 episode Steps into Shadow Part One)
      • Bendu: I am the Bendu. I bring death. (Season 3 episode Zero Hour)
    • Bi-Mon-Sci-Fi-Con Announcer
      • Bi-Mon-Sci-Fi-Con Announcer: Welcome futurists, cyberphiles, and the rest of you dateless wonders. And now to push this convention into hyperspace, the man who put the "star" in Star Wars, a real burr under Darth Vader's saddle, Luke Skywalker himself, Mark Hamill! (Season 10 episode Mayored to the Mob)
    • Bicycle Race
      • Bicycle Race: You say "black", I say "white", You say "bark", I say "bite", You say "shark", I say "Hey man, Jaws was never my scene, and I don't like Star Wars!"
    • Biggs Darklighter
      • Biggs Darklighter: They're coming in much faster this time, I can't hold 'em!
      • Biggs Darklighter: They're coming in much faster this time I can't hold 'em!
    • Bo-Katan
      • Bo-Katan: Dank ferrick.(Season 2 episode Chapter 11: The Heiress)
    • C-3PO
      • C-3PO: We seem to be made to suffer. It's our lot in life.
      • C-3PO: Don't call me a mindless philosopher, you overweight glob of grease!
      • C-3PO: I would much rather have gone with Master Luke than stay here with you.
      • C-3PO: You know, I find that Jar Jar creatureto be a little odd.
      • C-3PO: I'm programmed for etiquette, not destruction.
      • C-3PO: Being silent is one of my specialties. (Season 4 episode Nomad Droids)
      • C-3PO: General, I regret to inform you, but, this map recovered from BB-8 is only partially complete. And even worse, it matches no chartered system on record. We simply do not have enough information to locate Master Luke.
    • Cad Bane
      • Cad Bane: You're lucky we're in a hurry, young lady. We'll have to dance another time. (Season 4 episode A Friends and Enemies)
    • Captain Phasma & Finn
      • Captain Phasma: You were always scum.
        Finn: Rebel scum
    • Captain Rex
      • Captain Rex: I have a bad feeling about this. (Season 1 episode Rookies)
    • Cara Dune
      • Cara Dune: Come to mama. (Season 1 episode Sanctuary)
      • Cara Dune: Dank Ferrick. (Season 2 episode Chapter 12 The Siege)
    • Chirrut
      • Chirrut: The Force is with me and I am with the Force.
      • Chirrut: I'm one with the Force, the Force is with me.
      • Chirrut: May the force of others be with you.
    • The Client
      • The Client: Bounty hunting is a complicated profession. (Season 1 episode Chapter One)
      • The Client: I have a camtono of Beskar waiting for you upon the delivery of the asset.
    • Cobb Vanth
      • Cobb Vanth: They are brutal, but so is the Dune Sea. (Season 2 episode Chapter 9 The Marshal)
      • Cobb Vanth: I guess every once in a while, both suns shine on a womp rat's tail. (Season 2 episode Chapter 9 The Marshal)
    • Dark Rey
      • Dark Rey: Don't be afraid of who you are.
    • Dark Yoda
      • Dark Yoda: Yoda plays not with me anymore. (Season 6 episode Destiny)
      • Dark Yoda: Why do you hate what gives you power? (Season 6 episode Destiny)
    • Darth Bane
      • Darth Bane: The Sith killed each other, victims of their own greed. But from the ashes of destruction, I was the last survivor. I chose to pass my knowledge onto only one, I created a legacy so resilient, that now you come before me. Have you come to be my apprentice? You must kill me to gain my place. (Season 6 episode Sacrifice)
    • Darth Maul
      • Darth Maul: Doubt will only lead to failure. (Season 5 episode Eminence)
    • Darth Maul & Darth Sidious
      • Darth Maul: Please, have mercy.
        Darth Sidious: There is no mercy.
        (Season 5 episode The Lawless)
    • Darth Sidious
      • Darth Sidious: Your feeble skills are no match for the power of the Dark Side. You will pay the price for your lack of vision. Now, young Skywalker, you will die.
      • Darth Sidious: A surprise to be sure, but a welcome one.
      • Darth Sidious: I am the senate.
      • Darth Sidious: Don't worry, I'm not going to kill you. I have other uses for you. (Season 5 episode The Lawless)
      • Darth Sidious: This will be the final word in the story of Skywalker.
      • Darth Sidious: The Princess of Alderaan has disrupted my plan, but her foolish act will be in vain.
      • Darth Sidious: The Dark Side of the force is a pathway to many abilities some consider to be... unnatural.
      • Darth Sidious: Long have I waited, for my grandchild to come home! I never wanted you dead. I wanted you here, Empress Palpatine.
      • Darth Sidious: Stand together, die together!
    • Darth Vader
      • Darth Vader: Don't be too proud of this technological terror you've constructed. The ability to destroy a planet is insignificant next to the power of the Force.
      • Darth Vader: I find your lack of faith disturbing.
      • Darth Vader: Commander, tear this ship apart until you've found those plans. And bring me the passengers, I want them alive!
      • Darth Vader: If this is a counselor ship where is the ambassador?
      • Darth Vader: Your powers are weak old man. You should not have come back.
      • Darth Vader: When I left you, I was but the learner. Now I am the master.
      • Darth Vader: The Force is with you, young Skywalker. But you are not a Jedi yet.
      • Darth Vader: Your destiny lies with me, Skywalker. Obi-Wan knew this to be true.
      • Darth Vader: You don't know the power of the dark side. I must obey my master.
      • Darth Vader: The emperor will show you the true nature of the force. He is your true master now.
      • Darth Vader: Anakin Skywalker was weak. I destroyed him. (Season 2 episode Twilight of the Apprentice)
      • Darth Vader: Luke, I am your father. (An example of the Mandela Effect - some people remember the quote from Star Wars Episode V The Empire Strikes Back differently… False memory? Alternate timeline? Computer simulation glitch?
    • Darth Vader & Ahsoka Tano
      • Darth Vader: I don't fear you.
        Ezra Bridger: The you will die braver than most.
        (Season 2 episode Twilight of the Apprentice)
      • Darth Vader: Revenge is not the Jedi way.
        Ahsoka Tano: I'm no Jedi.
        (Season 2 episode Twilight of the Apprentice)
    • Daughter
      • Daughter: We are the ones who guard the power. We are the middle, the beginning, and the end. (Season 3 episode Overlords)
    • DJ
      • DJ: It's all a machine, partner. Live free, don't join.
    • Dr. Pershing
      • Dr. Pershing: Replicated the results of the subsequent trials, which also resulted in catastrophic failure. There were promising effects for an entire fortnight, but then, sadly, the body rejected the blood. I highly doubt we'll find a donor with a higher M-count, though. I recommend that we suspend all experimentation. I fear that the volunteer will meet the same regrettable fate if we proceed with the transfusion. Unfortunately, we have exhausted our initial supply of blood. The child is small, and I was only able to harvest a limited amount without killing him. If these experiments are to continue as requested, we would again require access to the donor. I will not disappoint you again, Moff Gideon. (Season 2 episode Chapter 12 The Siege)
    • Drew Carey
      • Drew Carey: Violence doesn't solve anything? World War I. World War II. Star Wars. Every Super Bowl. Who says violence doesn't solve anything?
    • Duchess Satine Kryze & Obi-Wan Kenobi
      • Duchess Satine Kryze: Senators, I presume you are acquainted with the collection of half-truths and hyperbole known as Obi-Wan Kenobi?
        Obi-Wan Kenobi: Your highness is too kind.
        (Season 2 episode Voyage of Temptation)
    • Elaine & Jerry
      • Elaine: This guy Todd Gack. I won a bet from him.
        Jerry: What bet?
        Elaine: He bet me Dustin Hoffman was in Star Wars.
        Jerry: Dustin Hoffman in Star Wars? Short Jewish guy against Darth Vader? I don't think so.
        Elaine: That's what I said.
        (Season 7 episode The Calzone)
    • Elaine & Todd
      • Elaine: Hey Todd, let me ask you a question. Was this whole date thing just a way of asking me out?
        Todd: What?
        Elaine: I mean, Dustin Hoffman in Star Wars?
        Todd: Elaine, that was a legitimate bet, and I lost so I bought you dinner.
        (Season 7 episode The Calzone)
    • Ezra Bridger
      • Ezra Bridger: May the force be with me. (Season 3 episode Zero Hour)
    • F. Tony Scarapiducci & General Mark Naird
      • F. Tony Scarapiducci: I have your daily tweet ready for you to review, and I think you're going to eat it up. Go. Yum-yum.
        General Mark Naird: I don't get it.
        F. Tony Scarapiducci: Any of it? Okay. All right. I mean, you know there's a new Star Wars out?
        General Mark Naird: Yes.
        F. Tony Scarapiducci: And Wendy's has a new hamburger that they're serving rare, so…
        General Mark Naird: So what I am saying is that if I had a lightsaber, I would be able to cook this hamburger better.
        F. Tony Scarapiducci: There you go. It took a while, but you got it.
        General Mark Naird: How is this relevant to the mission?
        F. Tony Scarapiducci: That is culturally relevant.
        General Mark Naird: I don't see how being snarky about a fast food hamburger is culturally anything.
        (Season 1 episode The Launch)
    • Finn
      • Finn: That's one hell of a pilot!
      • Finn: You murdering bastard!
    • Fluke
      • Fluke: Do you feel a great disturbance in the Force, as if millions of voices cried out in terror and were suddenly silenced?
    • Forty Quinn & Joe Goldberg
      • Forty Quinn: I woke up with a completely brilliant idea.
        Joe Goldberg: What's the idea?
        Forty Quinn: Movies - on loop - in the bookstore.
        Joe Goldberg (Voice over): Oh no.
        Forty Quinn: Movies that are - wait for it - also books.
        Joe Goldberg (Voice over): Kill it with fire.
        Joe Goldberg: It's a great idea.
        Forty Quinn: Dope movies like Pulp Fiction.
        Joe Goldberg (Voice over): Not based on a book.
        Forty Quinn: Whichever of the Star Wars…
        Joe Goldberg (Voice over): Again…
        Forty Quinn: Fifty Shades, obviously.
        Joe Goldberg (Voice over): One for three, marginally.
        Forty Quinn: We are gonna sell so many books, it is going to blow your fucking mind.
        (Season 2 episode Just the Tip)
    • Freya Fenris
      • Freya Fenris: I've got a Sleemo on my six! (Season 1 episode The Triple Dark)
    • Garth Blundin
      • Garth Blundin: Let the filibustering begin. I would now like to share some ideas I have for J.J. Abrams' seventh chapter in the Star Wars' saga. Pan down from the twin suns of Tatooine. We are now close on the mouth of the Sarlacc Pit. After a beat, the gloved Mandalorian armor gauntlet of Boba Fett grabs onto the sand outside of the Sarlacc Pit and the feared bounty hunter pulls himself from the maw of the sand beast. (Season 5 episode Article Two)
      • Garth Blundin: If he holds the reality gem, that means he can jump from different realities. This will be our link to the Marvel Universe from the Star Wars Universe. (Season 5 episode Article Two)
    • General Hux
      • General Hux: Today is the end of the Republic. The end of a regime that acquiesces to disorder. At this very moment in a system far from here, the New Republic lies to the galaxy while secretly supporting the treachery of the rogues of the Resistance. This fierce machine which you have built, upon which we stand will bring an end to the Senate, to their cherished fleet. All remaining systems will bow to the First Order and will remember this as the last day of the Republic!
      • General Hux: I don't care if you win. I need Kylo Ren to lose.
    • Gold 5
      • Gold 5: It came from behind.
    • Grand Moff Tarkin
      • Grand Moff Tarkin: The Imperial Senate will no longer be of any concern to us. I have just received word that the Emperor has dissolved the council permanently. The last remnants of the Old Republic have been swept away.
      • Grand Moff Tarkin: Evacuate? In our moment of glory? I think you overestimate their chances.
      • Grand Moff Tarkin: You see, Lord Vader? She can be reasonable. Continue with the operation. You may fire when ready.
    • Han Solo
      • Fast ship? You've never heard of the Millennium Falcon? It's the ship that made the Kessel run in less than 12 parsecs. I've outrun imperial starships. Not the local bulk cruisers, mind you. I'm talking about the big Corellian ships now. She's fast enough for you, old man.
      • Han Solo: Wonderful girl! Either I'm going to kill her or I'm beginning to like her.
      • Han Solo: Watch your mouth, kid, or you're gonna find yourself floating home.
      • Han Solo: Traveling through hyperspace ain't like dusting crops, boy.
      • Han Solo: She'll make point five past lightspeed. She may not look like much but she's got it where it counts, kid. I've made a lot of special modifications myself.
      • Han Solo: Hokey religions and ancient weapons are no match for a good blaster at your side, kid.
      • Han Solo: May the Force be with you.
      • Han Solo: Great Shot, Kid! That was one in million!
      • Han Solo: I have a bad feeling about this.
      • Han Solo: Why don't you come with us? You're pretty good in a fight. We could use you.
      • Han Solo: What are you looking at? I know what I'm doing.
      • Han Solo: Grab me, Chewie. I'm slipping - hold on. Grab it, almost.you almost got it. Gently now, all right, easy, easy, hold me, Chewie. Chewie!
      • Han Solo: I have a really bad feeling about this.
      • Han Solo: Well, I suppose I could hot-wire this thing.
      • Han Solo: That's not how the Force works.
      • Han Solo: Chewie... we're home.
      • Han Solo: I've got a bad feeling about this.
      • Han Solo: Okay. How do we blow it up? There's always a way to do that.
      • Han Solo: I saw him. Leia, I saw our son. He was here.
      • Han Solo: I thought we were in trouble there for a second, but it's fine. We're fine.
      • Han Solo: You might want to quit when you're behind.
      • Han Solo: I've got a really good feeling about this.
      • Han Solo: Fair and square, baby. Fair and square.
      • Han Solo: I ran away with my life. I think that means something. That means something to me.
      • Han Solo: Drop the landing gear. When I tell you, flood the intake and sweep to the bi-lats. A little something I picked up from my pal, Needles, best street racer in all of Corellia, 'til he crashed and died, doing this. Flood it, it's all yours!
      • Han Solo: Hey kid.
      • Han Solo: Kylo Ren is dead. My son is alive.
    • Han Solo & Beckett
      • Han Solo: Beckett, you see them? They still on us? Beckett, did you hear me? Are they on us?
        Beckett: Like rashnold on a kalak.
        Han Solo: I don't know what that means.
        Beckett: Like a gingleson's pelt.
        Han Solo: What? Are they or aren't they?
        Beckett: Yes, they're still on us!
    • Han Solo & Princess Leia
      • Han Solo: I love you.
        Princess Leia: I know.
    • Hera Syndulla
      • Hera Syndulla: Hey you, Imperial sleemo! Keep your hands off my droid! (Season 3 episode Double Agent Droid)
      • Hera Syndulla: Whatever it takes, this rebellion is worth it. (Season 3 episode Secret Cargo)
    • Hutch
      • Hutch: No good. I can't maneuver. We're too close.
    • IG-11
      • IG-11: Sub paragraph 16 of the Bondsman Guild protocol waiver compels you to immediately produce said asset. (Season 1 episode Chapter 1)
    • IG-11 & Mando
      • IG-11: I will initiate self-destruct.
        Mando: Do not self-destruct.
        (Season 1 episode Chapter 1)
    • Jabba The Hut
      • Jabba the Hut: Move him into position. Put him in.
    • Jango Fett
      • Jango Fett: I'm just a simple man, trying to make my way in the universe.
    • Jarek Yeager
      • Jarek Yeager: You never change, do you? Always fighting for a cause. The Empire's long gone, Poe. I'd leave them where they belong, in the past. (Season 1 episode The Recruit)
    • Jawa
      • Jawa: You speak terrible Jawa. You sound like a Wookiee. (Season 1 episode Chapter 2 The Kid)
    • Jek Porkins
      • Jek Porkins: I've got a problem here. I can hold it.
    • Jerry & Elaine
      • Jerry: Absolutely. But I feel I must inform you that what happened last night was more than a simple bet.
        Elaine: What are you talking about?
        Jerry: Come on. Dustin Hoffman in Star Wars? He made a bet he knew he was going to lose just to take you to dinner.
        Elaine: If he wanted to ask me out why didn't he just ask me?
        Jerry: Because if he doesn't ask you out he doesn't get rejected. He has found a dating loop hole.
        (Season 7 episode The Calzone)
    • Joey & Ross
      • Joey: I could teach you a speech that I memorized for auditions.
        Ross: I don't think that your monologue from Star Wars is gonna help me right now, Joe!
        (Season 9 episode The One in Barbados)
    • Jyn Erso
      • Jyn Erso: May the force be with us.
      • Jyn Erso: Saw Gerrera used to say, "One fighter with a sharp stick and nothing left to lose can take the day." They have no idea we're coming. They have no reason to expect us. If we can make it to the ground, we'll take the next chance. And the next. On and on until we win... or the chances are spent.
    • K-2SO
      • K-2SO: Congratulations. You are being rescued. Please do not resist.
    • K-2SO & Jyn Erso
      • K-2SO: I've got a bad feeling about-
        Jyn Erso:K, quiet!
    • Kanan Jarrus
      • Kanan Jarrus: You really do shoot like a stormtrooper. (Season 2 episode Stealth Strike)
      • Kanan Jarrus: In the heart of the Jedi, lies their strength.
    • Kazuda Xiono
      • Kazuda Xiono: I've got a bad feeling about this. (Season 2 episode Breakout)
    • Keith, Robin & Steve
      • Keith: Three favorite movies. Go.
        Robin: The Apartment, Hidden Fortress, Children of Paradise.
        Keith: You, go.
        Steve: Favorite movies?
        Keith: Did I stutter?
        Steve: Animal House, for sure.
        Keith: Eyes on me, Harrington.
        Steve: Star Wars.
        Keith: A New Hope?
        Steve: A new what now?
        Keith: Which Star Wars?
        Steve: The one with the teddy bears? No? Oh, the one that just came out, the one with the DeLorean and Alex P. Keaton, and he's trying to bang his mom, the Time, yeah, those are my top three. Classics.
        Keith (to Robin): You start Monday.
        Keith (To Steve): You start never.
        (Season 3 episode Chapter Eight: The Battle of Starcourt)
    • Kitster
      • Kitster: That is so wizard, Ani.
    • Kuiil
      • Kuiil: I have spoken. (Season 1 episode Chapter 1)
    • Kylo Ren
      • Kylo Ren: The droid... stole a freighter?
      • Kylo Ren: The Empire, your parents, the Resistance, the Sith, the Jedi... let the past die. Kill it, if you have to. That's the only way to become what you are meant to be.
      • Kylo Ren: You don't just have power. You have his power.
      • Kylo Ren: Look at yourself, you wanted to prove to my mother that you were a Jedi but you've proven something else. You can't go back to her now, like I can't.
      • Kylo Ren: I know what I have to do, but I don't know if I have the strength to do it.
    • Kylo Ren & General Hux
      • Kylo Ren: The Supreme Leader is dead!
        General Hux: Long live the Supreme Leader.
    • Lackluster Video Employee & Homer Simpson
      • Lackluster Video employee: I'm sorry, Sir, the computer says the movie Chocolate Star Wars doesn't exist.
        Homer Simpson: I say you don't exist!
    • Lando Calrissian
      • Lando Calrissian: Everything you've heard about me is true.
      • Lando Calrissian: I once won a subtropical moon in the Oseon Belt. Turned out to be a real money pit.
      • Lando Calrissian: You might want to quit while you're ahead.
      • Lando Calrissian: I don't like it, I don't agree with it, but I accept it.
      • Lando calrissian: I've got a bad feeling about this.
      • Lando Calrissian: We had each other. That's how we won.
      • Lando Calrissian: A Wookiee tends to stand out in a crowd.
    • Lando Calrissian & Han
      • Lando Calrissian: I hate you.
        Han Solo: I know.
    • Leia
      • Leia: May the Force be with you.
      • Leia: Never underestimate a droid.
      • Leia: Rey, never be afraid of who you are.
    • Leslie Knope
      • Leslie Knope: Midi-chlorians are a fictional substance found in the blood of Jedi knights from the movie Star Wars Episode 1: The Phantom Menace. Which, side-note, was a terrible movie. It almost destroyed the franchise, according to my husband. (Season 5 episode Correspondents Lunch)
    • Lex Luthor & Molly
      • Lex Luthor: I was looking for the on-call tech guy.
        Molly: Well, you found her.
        Lex Luthor: You work in the tech department?
        Molly: Would you rather have a Playstation-addicted dork wearing a Star Wars T-shirt?
        (Season 3 episode Delete)
    • Lom Pyke
      • Lom Pyke: How unfortunate that your stupidity is so authentic. (Season 7 episode Together Again)
    • Lor San Tekka
      • Lor San Tekka: This will begin to make things right. I've traveled too far and seen too much to ignore the despair in the galaxy. Without the Jedi, there can be no balance in the Force.
    • Louis Creed
      • Louis Creed: I ran ten yards and there was his baseball cap and I ran twenty yards and there was one of his Star Wars sneakers, I ran forty yards and by then the truck had run off the road and the box had jackknifed in that field beyond the Ringers' farm.
    • Luke Skywalker
      • Luke Skywalker: Listen, I can't get involved! I've got work to do! It's not that I like the Empire; I hate it! But there's nothing I can do about it right now. It's all such a long way from here.
      • Luke Skywalker: Why don't you outrun 'em? I thought you said this thing was fast!
      • Luke Skywalker: I'm Luke Skywalker. I'm here to rescue you.
      • Luke Skywalker: But I was going into Tosche Station to pick up some power converters!
      • Luke Skywalker: I have a very bad feeling about this.
      • Luke Skywalker: This is your last chance. Free us or die.
      • Luke Skywalker: See you around, kid.
      • Luke Skywalker: Hey, sacred planet. Watch the language!
      • Luke Skywalker: This is not going to go the way you think.
      • Luke Skywalker: At the height of their powers, they allowed Darth Sidious to rise, create the Empire, and wipe them out. It was a Jedi Master who was responsible for the training and creation of Darth Vader.
      • Luke Skywalker: You don't need Luke Skywalker. You think what? I'm gonna walk out with a laser sword and face down the whole First Order? What did you think was going to happen here? You think that I came to the most unfindable place in the galaxy for no reason at all? Go away.
      • Luke Skywalker: It was the last night of her training. Leia told me that she had sensed the death of her son at the end of her Jedi path. She surrendered her saber to me and said that one day, it would be picked up again by someone who would finish her journey. A thousand generations live in you now. But this is your fight.
      • Luke Skywalker: A Jedi's weapon deserves more respect.
      • Luke Skywalker: Rey, the force will be with you always.
      • Luke Skywalker: No one's ever really gone.
    • Luminara Unduli
      • Luminara Unduli: The light. Find the light, Rey.
    • Mace Windu
      • Mace Windu: Be mindful of your feelings.
      • Mace Windu: This party's over.
      • Mace Windu: Feel the force feeling through you, Rey.
      • Mace Windu: You're not alone, Rey.
    • Mando
      • Mando: Dank Ferrick! (Season 2 episode Chapter 11: The Heiress)
      • Mando: I can bring you in warm, or I can bring you in cold. (Season 1 episode Chapter 1)
      • Mando: Unless I'm mistaken, you are, as of yet, empty-handed. (Season 1 episode Chapter 1)
      • Mando: No droids. (Season 1 episode Chapter 1)
      • Mando: You ready to lay low and stretch your legs for a couple of months, you little womp rat? Nobody's gonna find us here. (Season 1 episode Chapter 4 The Sanctuary)
    • The Mandolorian
      • The Mandolorian: This is the way. (Season 1 episode Chapter 3 The Sin)
    • Martha Prince & Comic Book Guy
      • Martha Prince: While my son's at fat camp, I cleaned out his room. How much will you give me for this?
        Comic Book Guy: Probably nothing, but let us see. Oh… handwritten script for Star Wars by George Lucas? Princess Leia's anti-jiggle breast tape? Film reel labeled "Alternate ending: Luke's Father is Chewbacca
?" Ooh! Ooh! …I'll give you five dollars for the box.
        Martha Prince: Sold.
        (Season 12 episode Worst Episode Ever)

    • Maz Kanata
      • Maz Kanata: That lightsaber was Luke's. And his father's before him. And now, it calls to you.
      • Maz Kanata: If you live long enough, you see the same eyes in different people. I'm looking at the eyes of a man who wants to run.
    • Michael Tribbiani & Joey Tribbiani
      • Michael Tribbiani: Seth and I were waiting in line for the opening of the new Star Wars movie, right? Seth got into a fight lost our place.
        Joey Tribbiani: That kid got into a fight?
        Michael Tribbiani: Yeah. Another person in line also dressed like Princess Leia, and he, like, considers that his thing.
        (Season 1 episode Joey and the Moving In)
    • Moff Gideon
      • Moff Gideon: Long live the Empire. (Season 2 episode Chapter 11: The Heiress)
      • Moff Gideon: Members of my escort have completed assembly of an E-Web heavy repeating blaster. If you are unfamiliar with this weapon, I am sure that Republican Shock Trooper Carasynthia Dune of Alderaan will advise you that she has witnessed many of her ranks vaporize mid-descent facing the predecessor of this particular model. (Season 1 Chapter 8 Redemption)
    • Monica
      • Monica: Oh, my God! There's Roy Gublik! You know, Roy saw Star Wars 317 times. He was in the paper. (Season 2 The One With the Prom Video)
    • Morale Eval
      • Morale Eval: There is only one rule inside the Box: There are no rules. (Season 4 episode The Box)
    • Mr. Haggerty
      • Mr. Haggerty: Yeah, because she's crazy. I know we're not supposed to say that about women. I usually wouldn't go there because I'm a huge advocate. I mean, I'm the kind of guy who thinks Kathryn Bigelow should direct the next Star Wars. I've said that out loud to other men. (Season 6 episode He Said, She Said)
    • Mythrol
      • Mythrol: Dank ferrick! (Season 1 episode 12 Chapter 1: The Mandalorian)
      • Mythrol: Dank ferrick, that was close! (Season 1 episode Chapter 1)
    • Narrator
      • Narrator: The screamer was a little boy in Star Wars pajamas. Hammering on doors with small fists that went up and down like pistons.
    • Neal Schweiber
      • Neal Schweiber: The dance is tomorrow. She's a cheerleader, you've seen Star Wars 47 times. You do the math.
    • Obi-Wan Kenobi
      • Obi-Wan Kenobi: The Force will be with you, always.
      • Obi-Wan Kenobi: The Force is what gives a Jedi his power. It's an energy field created by all living things. It surrounds us and penetrates us. It binds the galaxy together.
      • Obi-Wan Kenobi: The Force can have a strong influence on a weak mind.
      • Obi-Wan Kenobi: That's no moon. It's a space station.
      • Obi-Wan Kenobi: Mos Eisley spaceport. You will never find a more wretched hive of scum and villainy. We must be cautious.
      • Obi-Wan Kenobi: For more than a thousand generations the Jedi were the guardians of peace and justice in the galaxy. Before the dark times. Before the Empire.
      • Obi-Wan Kenobi: These aren't the droids you're looking for.
      • Obi-Wan Kenobi: I have something here for you. Your father wanted you to have this when you were old enough, but your uncle wouldn't allow it. He feared you might follow old Obi-Wan on some damn fool idealistic crusade like your father did.
      • Ben Kenobi: You will never find a more wretched hive of scum and villainy.
      • Obi-Wan Kenobi: Luke, the Force will be with you.
      • Obi-Wan Kenobi: You can't win, Darth. If you strike me down, I shall become more powerful than you can possibly imagine.
      • Obi-Wan Kenobi: The boy is dangerous. They all sense it, why can't you?
      • Obi-Wan Kenobi: I have a bad feeling about this.
      • Obi-Wan Kenobi: Oh, I have a bad feeling about this.
      • Obi-Wan Kenobi: One more thing - I killed Maul once. Best to capture him. He doesn't seem to stay dead. (Season 7 episode Old Friends Not Forgotten)
      • Obi-Wan Kenobi (hologram): A new hope will emerge. (Season 3 episode Twin Suns)
      • Obi-Wan Kenobi: This is Master Obi-Wan Kenobi. I regret to report that both the Jedi Order and the Republic have fallen, with the dark shadow of the Empire rising to take their place. This message is a warning and a reminder for any surviving Jedi: Trust in the Force. Do not return to the Temple. That time has passed and our future is uncertain. We will each be challenged - our trust, our faith, our friendships, but we must persevere, and in time, a new hope will emerge. May the Force be with you, always. (Season 1 episode Spark of Rebellion)
      • Obi-Wan Kenobi: These are you final steps, Rey. Rise and take them.
    • Padmé
      • Padmé: You're going down a path I can't follow.
    • Pallpatine & Rey
      • Pallpatine: I am all the Sith.
        Rey: And I... am all the Jedi.
    • Pao
      • Pao: Karabast! AT-AT!
    • Poe Dameron
      • Poe Dameron: Can I kiss you?
      • Poe Dameron: Move your metal ass, Threepio.
    • Porkins
      • Porkins: I've got a problem here. I can hold it.
    • Princess Leia
      • Princess Leia: The more you tighten your grip, Tarkin, the more star systems will slip through your fingers.
      • Princess Leia: If money is all you love, then that's what you'll receive.
      • Princess Leia: Help me, Obi-wan Kenobi. You're my only hope.
      • Princess Leia: It's a wonder you're still alive. Will someone get this big walking carpet out of my way?
      • Princess Leia: Somebody has to save our skins. Into the garbage chute, flyboy.
      • Princess Leia: I'd just as soon as kiss a wookiee!
      • Princess Leia: I have a bad feeling about this.
    • Princess Leia & Han Solo
      • Princess Leia: I love you.
        Han Solo: I know.
    • Principal Skinner, Ralph Wiggum & Miss Hoover
      • Principal Skinner: Here's Ralph Wiggum's entry. Prepackaged Star Wars characters still in their display box? Are those limited edition action figures?
        Ralph Wiggum: What's a diorama? Why, it's Luke and Obi-Wan. And my favorite, Chewie. They're all here! What do you think?
        Miss Hoover: I think it's lunchtime.
        Principal Skinner: We have a winner!
        (Season 6 episode Lisa's Rival)
    • Qi'ra & Han Solo
      • Qi'ra: I know a guy. And I know just where to find him. It's a long shot, but it's worth a try. He's the best smuggler around. He's slipped through the Empire's fingers more times than anyone else. He's attractive, too. Sophisticated, with impeccable taste and charisma. Not to mention his prodigious...
        Han Solo: We get it.
    • Queen Amidala
      • Queen Amidala: My fate will be no different than that of my people.
    • Qui-Gon Jinn
      • Qui-Gon Jinn: Midi-chlorians are a microscopic life-form that resides within all living cells. And we are symbionts with them. Life-forms living together for mutual advantage. Without the midi-chlorians, life could not exist, and we would have no knowledge of the Force. They continually speak to us, telling us the will of the Force. When you learn to quiet your mind you'll hear them speaking to you.
      • Qui-Gon Jinn: There's always a bigger fish.
      • Qui-Gon Jinn: May the force be with you.
      • Qui-Gon Jinn: Every Jedi who ever lived, lives in you.
      • Qui-Gon Jinn: We stand behind you, Rey.
    • Qui-Gon Jinn & Obi-Wan Kenobi
      • Qui-Gon Jinn: Obi-Wan, have you done as I asked? Have you trained the boy?
        Obi-Wan Kenobi: Master Qui-Gon. How are you here?
        Qui-Gon Jinn: I am here because you are here.
        Obi-Wan Kenobi: No, I don't understand. What is this place?
        Qui-Gon Jinn: Unlike any other, a conduit through which the entire force of the universe flows.
        (Season 3 episode Overlords)
    • Randal
      • Randal: Permission to treat this witness as hostile. Mr. Lucas, how do you explain that in Star Wars Obi-Wan tells Luke when he met his father he was a great pilot, but in Menace he's just a little boy?
    • Randall Curtis
      • Randall Curtis, creator os Star Wars parody Cosmic Wars: May the power be on your side. (Season 15 episode Co-Dependents' Day)
    • Rebel
      • Rebel: We interrupted no transmission. This is a counselor ship. We're on a diplomatic mission.
    • Red Leader
      • Red Leader: Stay there. I just lost my starboard engine. Get set up for your attack run.
    • Reed Rothchild
      • Reed Rothchild: Have you seen that Star Wars movie?
    • Reporter & General Mark Naird
      • Reporter: And the Epsilon is the new spacecraft fighter, right?
        General Mark Naird: That is correct.
        Reporter: What kind of armament will it have on board? Laser cannon? Pulse weapon?
        General Mark Naird: I believe those are from Star Wars.
        Reporter: Yep.
        General Mark Naird: But if I had a laser cannon, I would probably use it to cook a Wendy's hamburger.
        (Season 1 episode The Launch)
    • Rey
      • Rey: You're afraid. That you will never be as strong as Darth Vader.
      • Rey: I didn't know there was this much green in the whole galaxy.
      • Rey: You didn't fail Kylo. Kylo failed you. I won't.
      • Rey: I need someone to show me my place in all of this.
      • Rey: People keep telling me they know me. No one does.
      • Rey: I see through the cracks in your mask. You're haunted.
      • Rey: I haven't come to lead the Sith. I've come to end them.
    • Rick Sanchez
      • Rick Sanchez: Ugh, guess the galaxy's most wanted mammal needs her daddy to come change her diapie. Come on kids we have to go do a fucking piece of shit Star Wars. (Season 4 episode Star Mort Rickturn of the Jerri)
      • Rick Sanchez: My daughter, having space adventures. They are skewing a tad Star Wars-y though. Don't forget to have fun. (Season 4 episode Star Mort Rickturn of the Jerri)
    • Rick Sanchez & Morty Smith
      • Rick Sanchez: Damn, feels kinda good when there's no guilt, huh?
        Morty Smith: Yeah, it's like in Star Wars.
        Rick Sanchez: Yeah, just like in Star Wars, go nuts!
        (Season 4 episode Promortyus)
    • Rio Durant
      • Rio Durant: You will never have a deeper sleep than curled up in a Wookiee's lap.
    • Ron Swanson
      • Ron Swanson: Is Star Wars the one with the little wizard boy? (Season 7 episode Gryzzlbox)
    • Rose Tico
      • Rose Tico: You lying snake!
    • Roy Knable
      • Roy Knable: Hi fellas. I loved you in Star Wars. Can we just talk for a second?
    • Sabine Wren
      • Sabine Wren: Never get between a mandalorian and a weapons package. (Season 2 episode Wings of the Master)
    • Sleepy Gary & Jerry Smith
      • Sleepy Gary: They're filming that new Star Wars movie down the coast. Should we check it out?
        Jerry Smith: Sure, why not?
        Sleepy Gary: Maybe we'll see Chewbacca.
        Smith: I'd like that.
        (Season 2 episode Total Rickall)
    • Supreme Leader Snoke
      • Supreme Leader Snoke: There has been an awakening. Have you felt it?
    • Tennyson Foss & Director
      • Tennyson Foss: In major cities, libtards and snowflakes mince into the streets to celebrate Biden's victory with an outpouring of hope, joy and coronaviral droplets. Well, the last time I witnessed a celebration on that scale was in 1983 on the forest moon of Endor, when the Empire was defeated.
        Director: Yeah, that's Return of the Jedi. It's a movie. A Star Wars, you know.
        Tennyson Foss: Well, excuse me, but I was there. I was there. Me, and those dear little bear people. And we had a lovely time.
    • Toro Calican
      • Toro Calican: Hey, Mando, what do you think? Not too shabby, huh? What do you expect? This ain't Corellia. (Season 1 episode Chapter 5 The Gunslinger)
    • Trevor
      • Trevor: Hey, El-Train, you think with all these new Star Wars movies, they'll finally make a new Spaceballs? (Season 3 episode The Brainy Bunch)
    • Tup
      • Tup: Good soldiers follow orders. (Season 6 episode The Unknown)
    • Vice Admiral Holdo
      • Vice Admiral Holdo: May the force be with you, always.
    • Wedge Antilles
      • Wedge Antilles: Nice flying, Lando!
    • Yoda
      • Yoda: Wars not make one great.
      • Yoda: Control! Control! You must learn control!
      • Yoda: Try not. Do or do not. There is no try.
      • Yoda: Remember - a jedi's strength flows from the Force. But beware Anger. Fear. Aggression. The Dark Side are they. Once you start down the dark path, forever will it dominate your destiny.
      • Yoda: See through you, we can.
      • Yoda: Fear is the path to the dark side. Fear leads to anger. Anger leads to hate. Hate leads to suffering. I sense much fear in you.
      • Yoda: May the force be with you.
      • Yoda: Truly wonderful, the mind of a child is.
      • Yoda: Heeded my words not, did you? Pass on what you have learned. Strength. Mastery. But weakness, folly, failure also. Yes, failure most of all. The greatest teacher, failure is. Luke, we are what they grow beyond. That is the true burden of all masters.
      • Yoda: Rise in the force.
      • Yoda: Alone, never have you been.
    • Young Robert
      • Young Robert: He said that Han Solo was cooler than Captain Kirk.
    • Zach
      • Zach: It's like watching Star Wars for the first time. (Season 1 episode Cinethrax)
    • Zelda Winston & Ronnie Peterson
      • Zelda Winston: Oh, Star Wars. Excellent fiction.
        Ronnie Peterson: Oh, yeah. Yeah, well, yeah.
      • Zelda Winston: Oh, Star Wars. Excellent fiction.
        Ronnie Peterson: Oh, yeah. Yeah, well, yeah.
    • Zorii Bliss
      • Zorii Bliss: That's how they win... by making you think you're alone.
      • Zorii Bliss: So long, sky trash.
  • Radio Programs
    • The Imperial HoloNet Broadcast
      • Equivalent of an Imperial radio station (Season 1 episode Empire Day)
    • The Voice Of The Outer Rim
      • Grand Army of the Republic radio broadcast playing at Rishi Outpost. (Season 1 episode Rookies)
  • Realms
    • Mortis
      • Mysterious realm inhabited by three beings known as the Father, Daughter and Son, where Obi-Wan, Anakin and Ahsoka end up after tracking a transmission using a 2000 year old Jedi distress code. (Season 3 episode Overlords)
  • Recipes
    • Jogan Fruit Cake
      • Senator Aang's favorite dessert. (Season 3 episode Evil Plans)
    • Rootleaf Stew
      • Meal that Yoda prepares on Dagobah the night that he meets Luke Skywalker for the first time.
  • Repair Services
    • Yeager's Repairs
      • Poe gets Kaz a job at his buddy Yeager's repair shop on the Colossus. (Season 1 The Recruit)
  • Saloons
    • The Lodge
      • A saloon in Fort Ypso on the planet Vandor with a gambling hall and a droid-fighting arena.
  • Schools-Military
    • The Imperial Academy
      • Luke tells his Uncle Owen that if the new droids do work out, he wants to transmit his application to the academy this year (the next semester before the harvest, when Uncle Owen needs him the most).
      • Mentioned in various episodes.
      • No description available
      • No description available
      • Han is sent to the Imperial naval academy on Carida, where he claims to have been kicked out for having a mind of his own.
    • Skystrike Academy
      • Imperial academy that Sabine infiltrates, and then escapes with Wedge and Hobbie. (Season 3 episode The Antilles Extraction)
  • Schools-Other
    • Jedi Academy
      • No description available
    • The Royal Academy Of Government
      • Ahsoka teaches a class on corruption to future leaders at the the Royal Academy of Government on Mandalore. (Season 3 episode The Academy)
  • Schools-Science/Technology
    • The Mechanics Academy
      • School that Tam mentions to Kaz, located on Coruscant.(Season 1 episode The Triple Dark)
  • Songs
    • No Tears For Caesar
      • Song performed by William Shatner and hip-hop artist The Rated R in Shatner's musical version of Julius Caesar.
  • Space Stations
    • Death Star
      • The Empire's new battle station, a technological terror with the ability to destroy a planet.
      • C-3PO mentions the original Death Star from A New Hope when telling the Ewoks stories.
      • No description available
      • Catherine reads a news report referring to the events of Star Wars Episode 4 A New Hope: "Tragedy struck today in Sector 9 as rebel terrorists blew up the Death Star, killing thousands. The rebel alliance, a fringe group of anti-Empire fanatics has claimed responsibility for the terrorist act. Fortunately, Lord Vader escaped without harm. Our hearts go out to the families of the victims.” (Season 3 episode Space, the episode that imagines WNYX is located on a space station)
      • Count Dooku has the plans for the Death Star space station.
      • Emperor Palpatine and Darth Vader view the Death Star frame as it is being built.
      • from Star Wars sketch
      • Han Solo: I'm trying to be helpful! Leia: When did that ever help? And don't say the Death Star.
      • An Imperial space station with the capability to destroy an entire planet.
      • Raymus' ship the Tantive IV is carrying the plans to the Empire's Death Star space station. (story Raymus)
    • Death Star 2
      • The Empire builds a second Death Star following the destruction of the first one in A New Hope.
      • from Star Wars sketch
      • Rey travels to the remains of the second Death Star looking for the Sith wayfinder that will lead her to Emperor Palpatine.
    • Death Star I
      • Cobb Vanth tells Mando his story, mentioning both Death Stars I and II. As soon as news of the second Death Star blew up and the Empire moved up, the The Mining Collective moved in. (Season 2 episode Chapter 9 The Marshal) Imperial shuttle tells Cara Dune that he was on the Death Star when it destroyed her home planet of Alderaan. She jokingly asks which one. (Season 2 episode Chapter 16 The Rescue)
    • Death Star II
      • Cobb Vanth tells Mando his story, mentioning both Death Stars I and II. As soon as news of the second Death Star blew up and the Empire moved up, the The Mining Collective moved in. (Season 2 episode Chapter 9 The Marshal) Imperial shuttle tells Cara Dune that he was on the Death Star when it destroyed her home planet of Alderaan. She jokingly asks which one. (Season 2 episode Chapter 16 The Rescue)
    • Faos Station
      • Imperial space station, location of secret Imperial cargo. (Season 4 episode In the Name of the Rebellion)
    • Killun Station
      • Space station operated by the Imperial Security Bureau, a part of the Galactic Empire, located on Killun-71. (Season 3 episode Secret Cargo) Mentioned by the security technician that reprograms Chopper. (Season 3 episode Double Agent Droid)
    • Rishi Outpost
      • Republic outpost attacked by Commando droids. (Season 1 episode Rookies)
    • Station Theta Black
      • First Order space station scheduled for demolition. (Season 1 episode Station Theta Black)
    • Valor
      • Republic space station in the Carida System, site of the Strategy Conference that the Separatists plan to bomb. (Season 5 episode Missing in Action)
  • Sporting Events
    • Boonta Eve Classic
      • An annual podrace on Tatooine.
    • Voxx Vortex 5000
      • Captain Doza's Aces race against Vranki's droids. (Season 2 episode Voxx Vortex 5000)
  • Sports
    • Podracing
      • Dangerous racing sport in the outer rim territories.
    • Tag Team Robot Wrestling
      • Sporting event at the Bi-Mon-Sci-Fi-Con, featuring the mighty robots of Battlestar Galactica versus the gay robots of Star Wars. (Season 10 episode Mayored to the Mob)
  • Star Systems
    • Abregado System
      • Suspected location of General Grievous' mystery weapon where Jedi Master Plo Koon goes missing (Season 1 episode Rising Malevolence)
    • Anoat System
      • Following the Battle of Hoth, Han, Leia, Chewbacca and C-3PO consider hiding in the Anoat system.
      • Site of The Iron Blockade conflict.
    • Barabesh System
      • Star system where the Colossus hides from the First Order. (Season 2 episode The Escape Part 1)
    • Bith System
      • Skywalker's location when Jedi Master Pro Koon goes missing looking for General Grievous' mystery weapon (Season 1 episode Rising Malevolence)
    • Carida System
      • Location of the Valor space station, site of the Strategy Conference that the Separatists plan to bomb. (Season 5 episode Point of No Return)
    • Crelythiumn System
      • The Jedi intercept a transmission, a 2000 year old Jedi distress code, from beyond the Outer Rim, deep in the Crelythiumn System. (Season 3 episode Overlords)
    • Del Zennis System
      • Star system mentioned in Season 2 episode Stealth Strike, where a ship went missing
    • Devaron System
      • Location of Bolla Ropa, the keeper of the Kyber crystal, the data on which can only be read by holocrons. What's on the crystal is a list of every known force-sensitive child in the galaxy - the future younglings, and the future of the Jedi Order. (Season 2 episode Holocron Heist)
    • The Dilestri System
      • It is revealed that following the prison break sequence (Season 1 episode Chapter 6 The Prisoner), the derelict prison ship was found near the Dilestri system, and that Mayfeld was apprehended and sentenced to the Karthon Chop Fields. (Season 2 episode Chapter 14 The Tragedy)
    • Ileenium System
      • The crew of the Colossus arrives at D'Qar, in the Ileenium system, looking for the Resistance base that has since been destroyed. (Season 2 episode A Quick Salvage Run)
    • Jalindi System
      • Location of a new imperial communications relay. (Season 4 episode In the Name of the Rebellion)
    • Kol Iben
      • Mando's sublight passenger, the frog lady's husband settled on the estuary moon of Trask in the system of the gas giant Kol Iben. (Season 2 episode Chapter 10 The Passenger)
    • Meridian System
      • Obi-Wan searches for Darth Maul and Savage Opress in the Cybloc sector of the Meridian system. (Season 5 episode Revival)
    • Mustafar System
      • According to Kanan, "where Jedi go to die" (Season 1 episode Rebel Resolve)
    • Mykapo System
      • Where Captain Gawat led planetary forces prior to joining the Resistance
    • Qiilura System
      • Location of Separatist annexation attempt. (Season 4 episode Mercy Mission)
    • Quell System
      • Anakin and Ahsoka travel to the Quell system to help Jedi knight Aayla Secura, who is losing a battle with the droid army. (Season 1 episode Jedi Crash)
    • Star System Acroilius
      • Instead of action, Star Wars: The Phantom Menace parody movie Cosmic Wars: The Gathering Shadow features two hours of political intrigue, with the Empire's Galactic Senate calling roll for numerous star systems. One star system representative that resembles an AT-AT from Star Wars proposes an amendment to Space bill number 371. When told to wait it's turn, it sits down and reads an Evening Standard newspaper. (Season 15 episode Co-Dependents' Day)
    • Star System Trebulon Minor
      • Instead of action, Star Wars: The Phantom Menace parody movie Cosmic Wars: The Gathering Shadow features two hours of political intrigue, with the Empire's Galactic Senate calling roll for numerous star systems. One star system representative that resembles an AT-AT from Star Wars proposes an amendment to Space bill number 371. When told to wait it's turn, it sits down and reads an Evening Standard newspaper. (Season 15 episode Co-Dependents' Day)
    • Star System Trebulon Prime
      • Instead of action, Star Wars: The Phantom Menace parody movie Cosmic Wars: The Gathering Shadow features two hours of political intrigue, with the Empire's Galactic Senate calling roll for numerous star systems. One star system representative that resembles an AT-AT from Star Wars proposes an amendment to Space bill number 371. When told to wait it's turn, it sits down and reads an Evening Standard newspaper. (Season 15 episode Co-Dependents' Day)
    • Star Systen Abboten
      • Instead of action, Star Wars: The Phantom Menace parody movie Cosmic Wars: The Gathering Shadow features two hours of political intrigue, with the Empire's Galactic Senate calling roll for numerous star systems. One star system representative that resembles an AT-AT from Star Wars proposes an amendment to Space bill number 371. When told to wait it's turn, it sits down and reads an Evening Standard newspaper. (Season 15 episode Co-Dependents' Day)
    • Stygeon System
      • Where Jedi master Luminara is alive and being held captive (Season 1 episode Rise of the Old Masters)
    • Tund System
      • Star system mentioned by the announcer at the Boonta Eve podrace, home of racer Ben Quadinaros.
    • Varkana System
      • The Colossus detects Resistance spy Norath Kev's distress call from the Vargo Spaceport in the Varkana system. (Season 2 episode The Missing Agent)
    • Yawst System
      • Potential location of new rebel base in Season 2 episode The Forgotten Droid
  • Stores-Other
    • Yonada
      • Reference to a 10,000-year-old asteroid-ship from Star Trek The Original Series. Mentioned in the end credits... SPECIAL THANKS: Queen Starsha of Iscandar Seldon Institute of Psychohistory Xavier's Institute of Gifted Youngsters Karova Milk Bar, Yonada (the store, not the asteroid) WWII Hero Pug Henry
  • Streets
    • Grover Street
      • Address of the Sons of Erin Hall, the location of small time racketeer Mike Scollay's sister's wedding. (story The Wedding Gig)
  • Substances
    • The Ashla
      • The spirit of the galaxy, what the Lasat call the Force in Season 2 episode Legends of the Last
    • Aurodium
      • Valuable metal, Kaz's trophy is made out of Aurodium.(Season 1 episode The Triple Dark)
    • Beskar Steel
      • An alloy used in Mandalorian armor, notable for its high tolerance to extreme forms of damage. (Season 1 episode Chapter 1)
    • Carbonite
      • Darth Vader orders Lando to freeze Han Solo in carbonite as a test, as he intends to freeze Luke for his voyage to see the Emperor, and wants to make sure it won't kill him.
      • Han Solo was frozen in carbonite in The Empire Strikes Back as a test - Darth Vader intended to freeze Luke as well for his journey to see the Emperor.
      • Anakin's plan for sneaking into the Citadel prison: get frozen in carbonite to shield them from the life-form scanners. (Season 3 episode The Citadel)
      • Mando freezes his bounties in carbonite. (Season 1 episode Chapter 1) Mythrol mentions still not being able to see out of his left eye after being frozen in carbonite in Chapter One, a symptom of Hibernation Sickness. (Season 2 episode Chapter 12 The Siege)
    • Clouzon-36
      • Fuel - and food for Purgills in Season 2 episode The Call
    • Coaxium
      • Refined hyperfuel.
      • Fuel that the crew of the Colossus goes looking for. (Season 2 episode A Quick Salvage Run)
    • Corellian Hyperfuel
      • a.k.a. Hot sauce. Fuel that Kaz's new friend Rucklin steals out of Yeager's trophy room, and almost blows himself up when his race starts. (Season 1 episode Fuel for the Fire) Yeager's brother Marcus Speedstar mentions having using hyperfuel in the past. (Season 1 episode The Platform Classic)
    • Dedlanite
      • Substance being mined at the First Order's Station Theta Black to make blasters. (Season 1 episode Station Theta Black)
    • Dioxis
      • Dangerous gas released inside the Box. Breathe it and you're dead. (Season 4 episode The Box)
    • Haysian Smelt
      • Material that Rose's necklace is made out of - according to DJ, it's the best conductor, he uses it to break into the tracking room on Snoke's ship.
    • Kyber Crystal
      • Crystals used by Jedi to make lightsabers. (Season 5 episode The Gathering)
      • Crystals used to make lightsabers
      • Crystals used to power lightsabers - and the powerful new Imperial Death Star weapon, being mined from the Khyber Temple in Jedha City.
      • Mentioned in joke at Flix and Orka's, when Kaz and Tam come looking for a CoMar Trish-Tracker chip to repair the Colossus' turbo lasers. (Season 1 episode Synara's Score)
    • Liquid Tabanna
      • Highly explosive fuel that clone troopers use to destroy Rishi Outpost when overrun by battle droids. (Season 1 episode Rookies)
    • Meiloorun
      • Fruit (Season 1 episode Fighter Flight) Hera mentions. (Season 3 episode Hera's Heroes)
    • Midi-chlorian
      • Microscopic Force-sensitive life forms that live in the cells of all living things. The more you have, the stronger you are with the Force.
      • from Star Wars sketch
      • Palpatine mentions midi-chlorians when he tells Anakin the story of Darth Plageuis.
      • Intelligent microscopic life forms that lived symbiotically inside the cells of all living things. Overheard mentioned in that bar scene. (Season 4 episode A Friend in Need)
      • Dr. Pershing mentions Midi-chlorians in his update to Moff Gideon, referring to them as M-count. (Season 2 episode Chapter 12 The Siege)
    • Mythra
      • Valuable, illicit substance; Kaz wonders what the pirates were after - gold, mythra or spice. (Season 1 episode Signal From Sector Six)
    • Purgill
      • Large space whale/squid looking creatures in Season 2 episode The Call
    • Rhydonium
      • Starship fuel mined by the Separatists on the Outer Rim planet of Abafar. (Season 5 episode Missing in Action)
      • Powerful explosive (Season 1 episode Out of darkness)
      • The ISB base on the planet Morak is refining Rhydonium, a highly volatile and explosive substance. (Chapter 15 The Believer)
    • Silicax Crystals
      • Cobb Vanth tells Mando that he stole a camtono of Silicax crystals from The Mining Collective, which he later trades to the Jawas for Boba Fett's Beskar armor. (Season 2 episode Chapter 9 The Marshal)
    • Slabin
      • Substance in the Mandalorean school childrens' tea, the cause of the childrens' illness. (Season 3 episode Corruption)
    • Spice
      • Substance that Ahsoka and her new friends pick up on Kessel to transport to Oba Diah, the Pyke homeworld. (Season 7 episode Deal No Deal)
      • Valuable, illicit substance; Kaz wonders what the pirates were after - gold, mythra or spice. (Season 1 episode Signal From Sector Six)
    • Tibanna
      • Gas mined by Lando's Cloud City installation, used in hyperdrives and starship weaponry.
  • Taxi Service
    • Chewber
      • Emoji version of Uber when Chewbacca arrives in the Millennium Falcon (episode Star Wars The Force Awakens)
  • Technology Companies
    • AestheTech Incorporated
      • Producers of the Appearance Designer, a device that could alter any part of the body.
    • Cybot Galactica
      • Droid manufacturing company that specializes in protocol droids. (Issue #14, Issue #20)
    • Golan Arms
      • Weapons manufacturing company.
    • Industrial Automaton
      • Droid manufacturer, specializing in Astromech droids.
    • Sienar Fleet Systems
      • Developer of the Imperial XX-23 S-Thread Tracker, which tracks ships through hyperspace (Season 1 episode Gathering Forces)
    • Techno Union
      • Commerce guild comprised of various technology firms, supporting the Separatists.
  • Theater Productions
    • Empire On Ice
      • from Star Wars sketch
    • Julius Caesar
      • William Shatner plays a campy caricature of himself as he works on a one-man musical version of Julius Caesar in hopes of finally being taken seriously as a dramatist and musical performer.
  • Thoroughfares-Other
    • Corellian Run
      • One of the five major trade routes in the galaxy, named after Han Solo's home planet Corellia. (Season 2 episode Chapter 12 The Siege)
    • Hydian Way
      • One of the five major trade routes in the galaxy, first mentioned in The Clone Wars. (Season 2 episode Chapter 12 The Siege)
  • Toy Products
    • Edna Krabappoly
      • When Marge suggests the Simpsons play Monopoly, Lisa asks which version. They've got Star Wars Monopoly, Rasta-Mon-Opoly, Galip-olopoly, Edna Krabappoly. (Season 13 episode Brawl in the Family)
    • Galip-olopoly
      • When Marge suggests the Simpsons play Monopoly, Lisa asks which version. They've got Star Wars Monopoly, Rasta-Mon-Opoly, Galip-olopoly, Edna Krabappoly. (Season 13 episode Brawl in the Family)
    • Rasta-Mon-Opoly
      • When Marge suggests the Simpsons play Monopoly, Lisa asks which version. They've got Star Wars Monopoly, Rasta-Mon-Opoly, Galip-olopoly, Edna Krabappoly. (Season 13 episode Brawl in the Family)
  • Trains
    • 20-T Railcrawler Conveyex Transport
      • Heavily armored cargo train carrying the hyperfuel coaxium that Beckett and his gang attempt to steal on the planet Vandor.
  • Travel Ports
    • Black Spire
      • Outpost that L3-37 mentions to Han: You couldn't get from here to Black Spire without me, now you're going to make the Kessel Run? Ha!
    • Coronet Spaceport
      • Spaceport on Corellia.
    • Outland Station
      • No description available
    • Vargo Spaceport
      • The Colossus detects Resistance spy Norath Kev's distress call from the Vargo Spaceport in the Varkana system. (Season 2 episode The Missing Agent)
  • Trivia
  • Trivia-Names
  • Trivia-Numbers
  • TV Shows-Reality TV
    • Keeping Up With The Calrissians
      • No description available
    • Troops
      • No description available
  • TV Shows-Shopping
    • SHN
      • Shop at Home Network. From the Star Wars Bonanza collection sketch featuring Mark Hamill being sold for $80,000 to Harrison Ford
  • TV Shows-Talk Shows
    • Ackbar Tonight
      • Admiral Ackbar's talk show
    • Late-night Talk With Sinbad
      • late night talk show from Star Wars sketch
    • Mid-nite With Zuckuss
      • late night talk show from Star Wars sketch
  • TV Stations
    • Besbin 4
      • from Star Wars sketch
  • Vehicle Manufacturing Companies
    • Holmes Aircraft
      • The helicopter plant out in Westville where Hal and Bill's mother worked as a secretary. (story The Monkey)
    • Incom Corporation
      • Manufacturers of the Headhunter and X-Wing starfighters. Mentioned in the novelization.
    • Kuat Drive Yards
      • The largest military shipbuilding corporation in the galaxy at the time of the Galactic Civil War.
    • Reklam Station
      • Vehicle construction station destroying a fleet of Y-Wing Starfighters in Season 3.
    • Santhe Shipyards
      • Location of the alley at the beginning of the movie when Han and Qu'ra are running from Lady Proxima's gang.
    • Sienar Fleet Systems
      • Ship manufacturer best known for its TIE fighters during the reign of the Galactic Empire.
  • Vehicle Models
    • BARC Speeder Bike
      • Speeder bike that Jedi Master Stass Allie is riding when killed by clones during the execution of Order 66.
    • Ore Crawler
      • Vehicle used by the Mining Guild on Lothal (Season 4 episode Crawler Commanders)
    • Sandcrawler
      • Jawa transport vehicle on Tatooine.
      • Jawa vehicle visible when Anakin goes off looking for his mother on Tatooine.
      • Jawa armored transport. (Season 1 episode Chapter 2 The Child)
      • The Jawa vehicle is seen when Rey travels to Tatooine to bury Luke and Leia's lightsabers.
    • Sith Speeder
      • Darth Maul's speeder bike, used on Tatooine.
    • Speeder Bike
      • The Empire has Scout troopers riding speeder bikes guarding their facilities on the forest moon of Endor.
  • Vehicle Models - Aircraft
    • C-Speeders
      • No description available
    • T-15
      • Imperial assault vehicle used during the Mimban campaign. A swamp trooper reports to another that the T-15s are down.
    • T-16 Skyhopper
      • Airspeeder that Luke mentions during discussion of the Death Star's weakness: " I used to bull's-eye womp rats in my T-16 back home."
    • T-47 Snow Speeder
      • Light air speeder, also known as a snow speeder after being used on the ice planet Hoth.
    • VT-16
      • New airspeeder that two stormtroopers in the Death Star discuss when Ben is deactivation the tractor beam.
  • Vehicle Models - Assault
    • AAT Battle Tank
      • Obi-Wan and Anakin battle Separatist Armored Assault Tanks on Christophsis.
    • AT-AT
      • Imperial walker.
      • The Empire has AT-AT and AT-ST walkers guarding their facilities on the forest moon of Endor.
      • Imperial walker, from Star Wars sketch.
      • Seen in various episodes
      • Imperial walkers that the Rebels fight on Scarif. All Terrain Armored Transport
    • AT-DP
      • Imperial walker, from various episodes.
    • AT-RT
      • All Terrain Recon Transport. Small bipedal Republic walker, from various episodes.
    • AT-ST
      • All Terrain Scout Transport.
      • The Empire has AT-AT and AT-ST walkers guarding their facilities on the forest moon of Endor.
      • Imperial light walker present during the battle on Jedha City.
      • All Terrain Scout Transport. Imperial walker a Klatoonian gang uses to terrorize an isolated farming village on the planet Sorgan. (Season 1 episode Chapter 4 The Sanctuary)
    • AT-TE
      • Principal battle tank of the Grand Army of the Republic, used at the Battle of Geonosis.
      • All Terrain Tactical Enforcer. Clone trooper tank.
    • Juggernaut Tank
      • Clone turbo tank.
      • Clone talk also called a turbo tank and HAVw A6 Juggernaut.
      • Mando and Mayfeld steal an Imperial Juggernaut tank full of Rhydonium, using it to infiltrate the ISB base on the planet Morak. (Chapter 15 The Believer)
    • NR-N99 Persuader-class Droid Enforcer
      • Separatist droid tank that Obi-Wan and Anakin battle on Christophsis.
    • UT-AT
      • Republic tanks visible on the planet Mygeeto with Ki-Adi-Mundi.
    • Y-45 armored transport hauler
      • a.k.a. AT-Hauler. Imperial vehicle Beckett and his gang steal from the Empire.
  • Vehicle Models - Cars and Trucks
    • AV-21
      • Speeder Han mentions to Beckett: "Look, I came up running scams on the streets of Corellia. I was boosting AV-21s when I was ten."
    • M-68
      • Speeder Han drives on Corellia.
    • Stinger
      • Fast speeder that Lady Proxima's gang chases Han in on Corellia.
    • X-34 Landspeeder
      • Model of Luke's landspeeder on Tatooine, which he sells in Mos Eisley spaceport.
    • X-38 Landspeeder
      • Landspeeder model that Luke mentions when Ben tells him he's going to have to sell it: Ever since the XP-38 came out, they just aren't in demand.
  • Vehicle Models - Nautical
    • Bongo
      • Aquatic transport vehicle that the Gungans lend the Jedi to get to Naboo.
  • Vehicle Models - Space
    • A-Wing
      • Rebel star fighters present at The Battle of Endor.
      • Primary star fighters of Phoenix Squadron.
    • B-Wing
      • Rebel starfighter used during the assault on the second Death Star.
      • a.k.a. The Blade-wing. Prototype heavy assault star fighter and blockade buster introduced in Season 2 episode Wings of the Master
      • Resistance ship on D'Qar.
    • Battlesphere
      • Separatist spherical ship used during the Clone Wars. (Season 1 episode Duel of the Droids)
    • BF-72 Gunner Ship
      • Ship Tam mentions may have been salvaged, where Synara may find the CoMar Trish-Tracker chip needed to repair the Colossus' turbo lasers. (Season 1 episode Synara's Score)
    • Blockade Runner
      • Model of Princess Leia's ship that gets swallowed up by Darth Vader's star destroyer in the opening scene, which she describes to Vader as a consular ship on a diplomatic mission.
      • Rebel vehicles (Season 1 episode Fire Across the Galaxy, Season 2 episode Stealth Strike)
    • Corellian VCX-100
      • The Ghost is a Corellian VCX-100, a light freighter.
    • Corellian YT-1300
      • Model of Han Solo and Chewbacca's ship, the Millennium Falcon.
      • Model of Lando's ship, The Millennium Falcon.
    • CR-90 Corvette
      • Model of Raymus' ship the Tantive IV. (story Raymus)
    • Darius G-Class Freighter
      • Source of the distress signal that Poe and Kaz investigate. (Season 1 episode Signal From Sector Six)
    • Delta-class T-3C Shuttle
      • Imperial shuttle used by Krennic and his deathtrooper squad.
    • Dreadnought
      • Cylindrical warship, one of the largest ships in the Separatist fleet, from various episodes.
      • Poe and the Resistance destroy a First Order Mandator IV-class Siege Dreadnought warship over the planet D'Qar.
      • First Order battleship over D'Qar. (Season 2 episode A Quick Salvage Run)
    • Droid Control Ship
      • Ship from The Phantom Menace, visible during the final battle scene against The Final Order.
    • GR-75 Medium Transport
      • Rebel transport ship used to escape from Hoth
    • Green Ace
      • Hype Fazon's racing ship. (Season 1 episode The Recruit)
    • Hammerhead Corvette
      • Rebel cruiser (Season 2). Based on the Knights of the Old Republic video game.
      • Rebel cruisers with reinforced hulls. Used during the Battle of Scarif to push a disabled Star Destroyer into another Imperial ship, driving both of them into the heavily fortified shield gate over the planet.Also seen in Star Wars Rebels season 2. Based on a design from the Knights of the Old Republic video game.
    • Imperial Light Cruiser
      • Mando and his friends attack Moff Gideon's Imperial light cruiser attempting to rescue Grogu. (Season 2 episode Chapter 16 The Rescue)
    • Imperial Shuttle
      • Vader mentions his shuttle in Cloud City
      • The Rebels steal an Imperial Shuttle called Tydirium in order to infiltrate the Empire's defenses and deactivate the shield generator on the forest moon of Endor.
    • Imperial Shuttle Lambda Class
      • Mando and his friends disable, board and hijack the Lambda class Imperial shuttle carrying cloning expert Dr. Pershing. (Season 2 episode Chapter 16 The Rescue)
    • Interdictor-class Star Destroyer
      • Imperial cruisers with the ability to create gravity wells capable of pulling starships out of hyperspace. Present during the Battle of Atollon. (Season 3 episode Zero Hour)
    • Low Altitude Assault Transport
      • Republic attack gunship.
    • MC75 Cruiser
      • Mon Calamari cruiser with laser cannons, ion cannons, and proton torpedo launchers.
    • MG-100 StarFortress SF-17
      • Also known as the B/SF-17 heavy bomber, or simply as the Resistance Bomber
    • Mon Calamari Star Cruiser
      • Main cruisers in the Rebel fleet during the assault on the second Death Star.
    • Naboo N-1 Starfighter
      • Single-seat patrol craft used by the Royal Naboo Security Forces.
    • Nebula Class Freighter
      • Starship that Ahsoka's new mechanic friend Trace is working on. (Season 7 episode Gone With a Trace)
    • NX-4S Planet Remover
      • Starship with the capability to destroy planets, sold by Xamaxax, inspired by the Death Star from Star Wars - older version, replaced by the NX-5. (Season 4 episode Star Mort Rickturn of the Jerri)
    • NX-5 Planet Remover
      • Starship with the capability to destroy planets, sold by Xamaxax, inspired by the Death Star from Star Wars. (Season 4 episode Star Mort Rickturn of the Jerri)
    • Razor Crest
      • Mando's gunship, described by Mythrol as being a classic, and pre-Empire. (Season 1 episode Chapter 1)
    • Republic Attack Cruiser
      • Large battleships visible in the opening battle sequence.
    • Republic Attack Gunship
      • Vehicle used by the Republic's new clone army.
    • Republic Cruiser
      • The ship that Qui-Gon Jinn and Obi-Wan take to meet with the trade federation.
      • Consular-class cruiser used by the Galactic Republic during the Clone Wars, from various episodes.
    • Resurgent Class Star Destroyer
      • Model of the Finalizer, the Star Destroyer seen over Jakku at the beginning of the film.
    • Rogue Class Starfighter
      • For Darth Sidious' Jedi holocron job, Bounty hunter Cad Bane requests a Rogue class starfighter. (Season 2 episode Holocron Heist)
    • Sheathipede Class Shuttle
      • Seen in Season 3
    • Star Destroyer
      • Imperial battle ship.
      • Imperial battle ship.
      • Imperial battle ship.
      • Main cruisers in the Imperial fleet.
      • Imperial battle ship.
      • Star Destroyers appearing in Rogue One include Darth Vader's Devastator, Governor Tarkin's Executrix and the Dauntless, which hovers over Jedha City.
      • Imperial battle ship.
      • Imperial ship model that captures the Tantive IV. (story Raymus)
      • Emperor Palpatine creates a new fleet of planet-killing Star Destroyers.
    • StarFortress Bomber
      • No description available
    • SW-0608 Shuttle
      • Four-winged Imperial shuttle the rebels steal from Eadu.
    • T-6 Shuttle
      • Shuttlecraft used by Mace Windu and Jar Jar Binks leaving the planet Bardotta. (Season 6 episode The Disappeared Part 2)
    • T-65C-A2 X-Wing
      • X-Wing variant, a bit longer and wider than the standard model. One particular T-65C-A2 had the designation "Red One."
    • T-70 X-Wing Fighter
      • Resistance starfighters that attack the First Order's Starkiller Base.
      • The model of Poe's X-Wing fighter
    • TE-7
      • Ship model that a couple of stormtroopers discuss. (Season 2 episode A Quick Salvage Run)
    • Tie Advance
      • Starfighter visible in the opening battle sequence.
    • TIE Advanced X1
      • Darth Vader's TIE Fighter model.
    • TIE Bomber
      • Imperial starfighter that bombs the asteroid field looking for the Millennium Falcon.
      • Lightweight Imperial starfighter seen in Season 2 episode Homecoming.
    • TIE Defender
      • Prototype starfighters possessing hyperdrive and shield generators. Sent after the Ghost in the Archeon Pass nebula. (Season 3 episode Secret Cargo)(Season 4 episode Flight of the Defender) Starfighters protecting the Empire's new communications relay in the Jalindi System. (Season 4 episode In the Name of the Rebellion, Part 1) Rebels attack the TIE Defender plant on Lothal. (Season 4 episode The Occupation)
    • TIE Fighter
      • Short range Imperial starfighters that come after the Falcon following the gang's escape from the Death Star / face off against the rebels during their assault on the Death Star.
      • Lightweight Imperial starfighter.
      • Imperial starfighter that defended the Rebel assault on the second Death Star.
      • Lightweight Imperial starfighter from Star Wars sketch.
      • Vehicle from Star Wars that appears in the OASIS
      • Lightweight Imperial starfighter.
      • Poe and Finn escape from the First Order by stealing a TIE Fighter from the Star Destroyer the Finalizer.
      • Lightweight Imperial starfighter.
      • First Order light weight fighters.
    • TIE Interceptor
      • Imperial starfighter that defended the Rebel assault on the second Death Star.
      • Kaz and his team are attacked by the First Order, Major Vonreg, in a TIE Interceptor. (Season 1 episode The Recruit)
    • TIE Striker
      • A vertical-winged TIE craft with the silhouette of a swooping bird, designed to protect high-security Imperial bases.
    • Titan
      • First Order refueling station, same model as the Colossus, where Kaz and Neeku almost get caught. (Season 2 episode Station to Station)
    • Trade Federation Battleship
      • Primary capital ship of the Trade Federation's Trade Defense Force, used as control ship for the droid army that invades the planet Naboo.
    • Trade Federation Landing Ships
      • The Trade Federation's military transport crafts, transporting battle droids to the surface of the planet Naboo for the invasion.
    • Twin Pod Cloud Car
      • No description available
    • U-Wing
      • Rebel starfighter flown by Saw Gerrera's rebel squadron. (Season 4 episode In the Name of the Rebellion, Part 1)
      • Heavily armored and maneuverable starfighter designed to drop soldiers into active war zones.
    • Upsilon-class Command Shuttle
      • Kylo Ren's ship
    • V-Wing
      • Escort vehicle that provided support to the Emperor's shuttle
    • VCX-100 Light Freighter
      • Lando's ship that he mentions that's in the shop, getting some work done.
    • VE Series
      • Ship model that a couple of stormtroopers discuss. (Season 2 episode A Quick Salvage Run)
    • Venator-class Star Destroyer
      • Republic attack cruiser / Jedi Cruiser from The Clone Wars, visible during the final battle scene against The Final Order.
    • VT-15
      • Older model airspeeder that two stormtroopers discuss on Scarif Base shortly before the rebel attack, apparently now obsolete.
    • X-Wing
      • Starfighter used by the rebels during their assault on the Death Star.
      • Rebel starfighter.
      • No description available
      • Rebel starfighter used during the assault on the second Death Star.
      • There's a toy X-Wing Fighter from Star Wars on the wall at the ticket arcade redemption booth at the Family Fun Center amusement park. (Season 10 episode Bart, the Mother)
      • Wade keeps an X-Wing Fighter from Star Wars in the hangar on his private asteroid
      • The Rebel Alliance dispatches a fleet of X-Wing Fighters to Scarif.
      • Resistance starfighter.
      • Kaz flies an X-Wing when attacked by the First Order. (Season 1 episode The Recruit)
      • Star Wars fighter visible when Vanellope visits the Oh My Disney website.
      • Starfighters dispatched to hone in on tracking beacon signal from the New Republic prison transport. (Season 1 episode 6 Chapter 6 The Prisoner)
      • Poe flies an X-Wing, Luke raises his old X-Wing from the water on Ahch-To.
    • Y-Wing
      • Starfighter used by the rebels during their assault on the Death Star.
      • Rebel starfighter.
      • Rebel starfighter used during the assault on the second Death Star.
      • Republic starfighter that the pirates mention. (Season 4 episode Nomad Droids)
      • Ship Tam mentions may have been salvaged, where Synara may find the CoMar Trish-Tracker chip needed to repair the Colossus' turbo lasers. (Season 1 episode Synara's Score)
    • YT-2400 Freighter
      • The Ghost docks with the YT-2400 freighter Sato's Hammer above Mykapo. (Season 3 episode Iron Squadron)
    • Z-95 Headhunter
      • Synara salvages a Z-95 Headhunter ship from the Castilon ocean. There's some question as to the model at first, if it's a Z-95 or Z-96. (Season 1 episode Bibo)
    • Z-96 Headhunter
      • Synara salvages a Z-95 Headhunter ship from the Castilon ocean. There's some question as to the model at first, if it's a Z-95 or Z-96. (Season 1 episode Bibo)
  • Vehicles-Aircraft
    • The Khetanna
      • The name of Jabba's sail barge on Tatooine.
  • Vehicles-Other
    • Trash
      • Name that Trace gives to Ahsoka's speeder. (Season 7 episode Deal No Deal)
    • Voltec KT9 Wasp
      • Podracer owned by racer Clegg Holdfast, mentioned by the announcer at the Boonta Eve Classic.
  • Vehicles-Space
    • Anodyne
      • Resistance ship commanded by Vice Admiral Resdox, a Nebulon-C escort frigate which was converted into a hospital ship
    • Avenger
      • Imperial Star Destroyer that participated in the Battle of Hoth.
    • Black One
      • The name of Poe's X-Wing fighter
    • Bothan-Five
      • New Republic X-Wing pilots Carson and Wolf ask Mando if his craft was in the proximity of New Republic Correctional Transport Bothan-Five - originally seen but not named in Season 1 episode Chapter 6 The Prisoner. (Season 2 episode Chapter 10 The Passenger)
    • Broken Horn
      • Vizago's ship that Hondo steals (Season 2 episode Brothers of the Broken Horn). Vizago smuggles the rebels back to Lothal for the attack on the TIE Defender plant. (Season 4 The Occupation).
    • Chimera
      • Grand Admiral Thrawn's star destroyer
    • Cobalt Hammer
      • StarFortress bomber that took part in the evacuation of D'Qar
    • Colossus
      • One of the few supertanker fuel depots left from the old days. Located on the planet Castilon. Hangout for star pilots - ex-Empire, ex-Rebellion, pirates - anybody who wants to go fast. (Season 1 episode The Recruit)
    • Coronet
      • Duchess Satine's ship. (Season 2 episode Voyage of Temptation)
    • Dauntless
      • Star Destroyer
      • The name of the Star Destroyer that hovers over Jedha City.
    • Defender
      • Damaged Republic starship that Anakin evacuates so that he can fly it into the Separatist battleship and break the blockade. (Season 1 episode Storm Over Ryloth)
    • Devastator
      • Star Destroyer chasing the Tantive IV.
      • Darth Vader's flagship Star Destroyer.
      • Darth Vader's Star Destroyer that captures the Tantive IV. (story The Bucket)
    • Endar Spire
      • The game opens with the player's character awakening aboard a Republic ship that is under attack by Darth Malak's forces over the city world of Taris.
    • Endurance
      • Jedi cruiser carrying Mace Windu, Anakin Skywalker and a clone youth brigade that includes young Boba Fest. (Season 2 episode Death Trap)
    • Eravana
      • Han and Chewie's freighter
    • Executor
      • Darth Vader's Star Destroyer
      • Darth Vader's Star Destroyer.
      • Darth Vader's super star destroyer
    • Executrix
      • Governor Tarkin's Star Destroyer
    • Finalizer
      • The Star Destroyer seen over Jakku at the beginning of the film.
    • Fireball
      • The ship that Kaz flies during his first race on The Colossus. (Season 1 episode The Recruit)
    • First Light
      • Dryden Vos' Kalevalan star yacht, used as his personal residence and mobile base of operations for the crime syndicate Crimson Dawn.
    • Gauntlet
      • Fighter owned by Mandalorian soldier Pre Vizsla. (Season 3 episode Twin Suns)
    • The Gauntlet
      • Bo-Katan's ship (episode Together Again)
      • Bo-Katan's ship, seen on the planet where Mando and Boba Fett track down Bo-Katan. First seen in the Clone Wars episode Together Again. (Season 2 episode Chapter 16 The Rescue)
    • Ghost
      • Kanan's freighter starship
      • The ship from Star Wars: Rebels can be seen in the background.
      • Ship from Rebels, visible during the final battle scene against The Final Order.
    • Gozanti Freighter
      • Freighter seen on Tatooine.
      • Imperial vessel. Mando helps Bo-Katan and her friends attack one leaving Trask in exchange for information about the Jedi. (Season 2 episode Chapter 11: The Heiress)
    • Havoc Marauder
      • The Bad Batch's starship. (Season 7 episode A Distant Echo)
    • Imperial Transport 651
      • Mentioned in Spark of Rebellion
    • Inflictor
      • Crashed Imperial class Star Destroyer on Jakku that Rey scavenges from
    • Iron Squadron
      • Ship from Season 3
    • Lagos
      • Imperial shuttle. (Season 1 episode Rebel Resolve)
    • Liberator
      • The name of one of the ships in the Phoenix Squadron fleet, seen in Season 2 episode Legacy
    • Libertine
      • Space yacht DJ steals from Canto Bight
    • LMTR-20
      • Cassian Andor's U-wing starfighter.
    • Malevolence
      • Separatist battleship. (Season 1 episode Shadow of Malevolence)
    • Medical Frigate 517
      • Spacecraft used to ferry Tup and Fives to Kamino, but is ambushed by Separatist droids. (Season 6 episode The Unknown)
    • Merchant One
      • Ship (Season 1 episode Idiot's Array)
    • Millennium Falcon
      • Han Solo's fast ship. You've never heard of the Millennium Falcon? It's the ship that made the Kessel run in less than 12 parsecs.
      • Han Solo and Chewbacca's ship.
      • No description available
      • Han's ship.
      • Han Solo and Chewbacca's ship.
      • Spaceship from Star Wars.
      • Han and Chewie's ship that Rey steals from Unkar Plutt on Jakku.
      • No description available
      • Han Solo's ship that Rey and Chewbacca fly to Ahch-To to find Luke.
      • First Lando's, and then Han Solo's ship.
      • Ship Nolan offers Parzival to come work for IOI, from Star Wars
      • The Star Wars ship makes an appearance at the Oh My Disney website.
      • Lando's back in the Falcon!
    • Naboo Royal Starship
      • a.k.a. J-type 327 Nubian Royal Starship, spaceship model that Queen Amidala and her Jedi escorts use to escape from the Trade Federation blockade on Naboo.
    • Nightbrother
      • Gauntlet fighter once owned by Maul, from various episodes. (Season 3 episode Zero Hour)
    • Ninka
      • Vice Admiral Holdo's ship, known as a "bunkerbuster", because it carries three Virgillian-designed heavy plasma bombs
    • Outrider
      • Ship from Shadows of the Empire, visible during the final battle scene against The Final Order.
    • Phantom
      • The Ghost's shuttle
    • Phantom II
      • The Ghost's new shuttle in Season 3
    • Profundity
      • Mon Calamari Admiral Raddus led the assault on Scarif in his MC75 cruiser Profundity, the most powerful ship in the Rebel Fleet during the battle.
      • Rebel flagship. (story Raymus)
    • Raddus
      • General Organa's flagship
    • Ravager
      • Super Star Destroyer
      • Crashed Resurgent Class Super Star Destroyer on Jakku that Rey scavenges from - and flies the Millennium Falcon through with Finn
      • Super Star Destroyer
      • Super Star Destroyer
      • Super Star Destroyer
    • Redeemer
      • Republic cruiser that Anakin and Ahsoka lost in battle to the droid army. (Season 1 episode Storm Over Ryloth)
    • Resolute
      • Anakin's Star Destroyer. (Season 1 episode Jedi Crash)
    • Sato's Hammer
      • The Ghost docks with the YT-2400 freighter Sato's Hammer above Mykapo. (Season 3 episode Iron Squadron)
    • Scimitar
      • a.k.a. the Sith Infiltrator. Darth Maul's personal starship.
    • SE-0608
      • Stolen Imperial shuttle that Rogue One uses to sneak into Scarif base.
    • Shadow Caster
      • Ketsu Onyo's ship in Season 2 episode Blood Sisters
    • Silver Angel
      • Trace's name for her Nebula Class Freighter that she built herself. (Season 7 episode Deal No Deal)
    • Slave I
      • Boba Fett's ship
      • Jango and Boba Fett's ship.
      • Boba Fett's ship, from multiple episodes, including Death Trap, R2 Come Home, Lethal Trackdown, Assassin and "A Necessary Bond)
      • No description available
      • Boba Fett and Fennec track Mando to the planet Tython. (Season 2 episode Chapter 14 The Tragedy)
    • Soulless One
      • General Grievous' ship
    • Sovereign
      • Governor Tarkin's star destroyer (Season 1 episode Rebel Resolve)
    • Star-Commuter Shuttle ST-45
      • A commuter shuttle bound for Garel (Season 1 episode Droids in Distress)
    • Suncrusher
      • The Suncrusher is a small ship with the ability to destroy entire star systems, thanks to its 11 energy resonance torpedoes.
    • Tantive IV
      • The blockade runner Princess Leia is on that gets captured by Darth Vader's Star Destroyer at the beginning of the movie
      • Princess Leia Organa's personal starship in the leadup to the Battle of Yavin.
      • Raymus' ship, a CR-90 Corvette. (story Raymus)
    • Tontine
      • Freighter authorized for travel between Boz Pity and Lothal (Season 1 episode Idiot's Array)
    • Tranquility
      • Jedi General Luminara Unduli's Jedi cruiser. (Season 1 episode Cloak of Darkness)
    • Twilight
      • Anakin's Corellian freighter during the Clone Wars. (Season 1 episode Destroy Malevolence)
    • Tydirium
      • The name of the Imperial Shuttle that the rebels steal in order to infiltrate the Empire's defenses and deactivate the shield generator on the forest moon of Endor.
    • Vigil
      • Resistance ship, a cargo frigate commanded by Vice Admiral Jotis
    • Vulptereen 327
      • Podracer owned by racer Dud Bolt, mentioned by the announcer at the Boonta Eve Classic.
  • Video Games
    • Flight Simulator Squadron
      • Torra's hologram video game program. (Season 1 episode Secrets and Holograms)
    • Star Bores Episode 1 Eraser
      • Star Wars Episode 1 Racer parody
  • Videos
    • Kid Practices His Fighting Moves
      • Internet video of George Michael inspired by the viral video Star Wars Kid (Season 4)
  • Weapons
    • Arc Pulse Generator
      • Weapon originally created by Sabine that has the ability to destroy the famously tough Mandalorian Beskar armor. Nicknamed "The Duchess" after Sabine's mother's sister. (Season 4 episode Heroes of Mandalore)
    • The Darksaber
      • Mandalorian version of a Jedi lightsaber. Moff Gideon uses the Darksaber to cut his way out of his crashed Tie Fighter. Chapter 8: Redemption) Bo-Katan and her friends are searching for the Darksaber. (Season 2 episode Chapter 11: The Heiress) Mando defeats Moff Gideon, retrieving the darksaber, which he offers to Bo-Kata, which she declines, because she is required to win it in battle. (Season 2 episode Chapter 16 The Rescue)
    • Dioxis
      • Toxic gas that the Trade Federation uses, attempting to kill the Jedi Ambassadors.
    • Gaffi Stick
      • Also known as a gaderffii - traditional weapon of the Tusken Raiders of Tatooine.
    • Kamino Saberdart
      • Toxic dart that Jango uses to kill Zam before she can tell Obi-Wan and Anakin who she works for, and the dart that Obi-Wan uses to track Jango to Kamino.
    • Lightsaber
      • The weapon of a Jedi knight. Not as clumsy, or random as a blaster.
      • No description available
      • from Star Wars sketch
      • The Jedi laser sword weapons from Star Wars are a dime a dozen in the OASIS. Wade has more than 40.
    • Mandalorian Vambraces
      • Grappling line, paralyzing darts, repulsor - all designed to combat the abilities of the Jedi (Season 3 episode Trials of the Darksaber)
    • Mind Flayer
      • Weapon that Cara Dune mentions. (Season 1 episode Chapter 8 Redemption)
    • Ray Shield
      • Entrapment weapon (Season 3 episode The Last Battle)
  • Weapons-Explosives
    • Defoliator Capsule
      • New weapon designed by General Lok Durd that capable of catastrophic destruction, a weapon which will destroy organic matter but leave machines unharmed. (Season 1 episode Defenders of Peace)
    • Droid Popper
      • Electromagnetic pulse (EMP) grenades used by Jedi and clones during the Clone Wars. (Season 2 episode Landing at Point Rain)
    • Energy Resonance Torpedoes
      • No description available
    • Proton Bomb
      • Mentioned in Season 2 episode Homecoming
    • Proton Bombs
      • Weapons that the rebels steal from an Imperial ship on the planet Wynkahthu. (Season 3 episode The Wynkahthu Job)
    • Proton Torpedo
      • In order to exploit the weakness in the battle station, which is ray-shielded, the rebels must use proton torpedos.
      • Weapon Sabine mentions wanting more of for a mission. (Season 3 episode Visions and Voices)
    • Thermal Detonator
      • Boushh negotiates with Jabba using an explosive device.
      • Explosive device that clone troopers use to destroy Rishi Outpost when overrun by battle droids. (Season 1 episode Rookies)
      • Han pretends to have a thermal detonator as part of his plan to escape form Lady Proxima.
      • The pirates that attack Mando and Mayfeld's Juggernaut tank are armed with thermal detonators. (Chapter 15 The Believer)
  • Weapons-Guns
    • A350 Blaster Rifles
      • Mando tells Ahsoka Tano that the magistrate has a small army of guards armed with A350 blaster rifles, two HK-87 assassin droids and a hired gunfighter. (Season 2 episode Chapter 13 The Jedi)
    • Amban Phase-pulse Blaster
      • Mando's gun.
    • Bo-Rifle
      • Weapons used by the Honor guard of Lasan (Season 1 episode Droids in Distress)
    • DDC Defender
      • Leia's blaster
    • E-Web
      • Heavy repeating blaster that Moff Gideon threatens to use on the Mandalorian and his gang when they're holed up on Nevarro. (Season 1 Chapter 8 Redemption)
    • Glie-44
      • Finn's blaster pistol
    • Ion Cannon
      • weapon the Rebels used to make sure their transports made it through the cluster of Star Destroyers when they were leaving Hoth
      • The mystery weapon (Season 1 episode Rising Malevolence)
      • Rebel weapon used to disable shields of an Imperial cruiser. (Season 3 episode Secret Cargo)
    • T-7 Ion Disruptors
      • Weapons used by The Empire when they cleared Zeb's home world. Banned by the Senate. (Season 1 episode Droids in Distress)
  • Words, Phrases, Slang
    • Camtono
      • Safe that Willrow Hood carries as he runs through a corridor during the evacuation of Cloud City.
      • A safe. The Client tells Mando that he has a camtono of Beskar waiting for him upon the delivery of the asset. (Season 1 episode Chapter 1) retrieves payment for the baby Yoda bounty in the form of a camtono of Beskar. (Season 1 episode Chapter 3 The Sin) Cobb Vanth tells Mando that he stole a camtono of Silicax crystals from The Mining Collective, which he later trades to the Jawas for Boba Fett's Beskar armor. (Season 2 episode Chapter 9 The Marshal)
    • Carbonbergs
      • Carbon masses in the Maelstrom that crash into each other, causing gravitational chaos.
    • Dank Ferrick
      • Expletive. said by Mythrol (Season 1 episode 12 Chapter 1: The Mandalorian) Said by Mando. (Season 2 episode Chapter 11: The Heiress)
    • Fierfek
      • Profanity
    • Karabast!
      • Lasat exclamation heard in various episodes
    • Skeebo
      • Insult. Grevel: Move it, ya Skeebos! (Season 1 episode The Triple Dark)
    • Sleemo
      • Insult - Ahsoka to Cad Bane: Don't move, Sleemo! (Season 2 episode Children of the Force)
      • Insult. Hera Syndulla: "Hey you, Imperial sleemo! Keep your hands off my droid!" (Season 3 episode Double Agent Droid)
      • Insult. Synara San tells the salvage crew, "Come on you sleemos, stop lagging." (Season 2 episode A Quick Salvage Run)

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