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Star Wars Trivia #2

A more difficult sequel. Answers these trivia questions from the "Star Wars" movies.
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First submittedMarch 14, 2013
Last updatedAugust 13, 2016
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Question
Answer
What character has a purple light saber?
Mace Windu
And what actor played that character?
Samuel L. Jackson
Who did Han Solo shoot at the cantina?
Greedo
This cantina was located in what spaceport?
Mos Eisley
What was Han Solo “encased” in for his delivery to Jabba the Hut?
Carbonite
Who said “it's a trap!”
Admiral Ackbar
What settlement was led by Lando Calrissian?
Cloud City
On what swampy planet does Luke find Yoda?
Dagobah
What is the name of the ice planet at the beginning of "The Empire Strikes Back"?
Hoth
What planet is destroyed by the Death Star?
Alderaan
On what planet does Luke Skywalker grow up?
Tatooine
Padmé is queen of what planet?
Naboo
Growing up, what animals did Luke Skywalker “bullseye” in his T-16?
Womp Rats
What type of droid was C-3PO?
Protocol
What is the name of the fighter spacecraft flown by the empire?
TIE Fighters
What type of creature does Han Solo cut open so that Luke can stay warm inside it?
Tauntaun
What actor played Obi Wan Kenobi in the original series?
Alec Guinness
And what actor played him in the prequels?
Ewan McGregor
What type of farmers were Uncle Owen and Aunt Beru?
Moisture Farmers
What is Palpatine's Sith name?
Darth Sidious
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level 73
Jul 18, 2013
Womp rats? All this time i misheard as "swamp rats." Oh well...
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level 75
May 29, 2014
Me, too.
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level 83
Dec 22, 2014
On a desert planet, though?
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level 75
Oct 28, 2016
Since he lived on a moisture farm I'm guessing any contaminated water would be collected in holding ponds to await recycling. Seepage from those ponds created an entire mini ecosystem home to not only giant swamp rats, but also those strange-looking plants that Aunt Beru was placing in her Magic Bullet.
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level 52
Oct 28, 2016
Also maybe some ROUSs.
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level 48
Nov 1, 2016
ROUS? I don't believe they exist...AGHHHHH!!!
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level 50
Jul 31, 2013
darn those womp rats!
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level 53
Jul 31, 2013
What did Uncle Owen and Aunt Beru farm? This question makes no sense
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level 82
Jul 31, 2013
Much of the Star Wars universe makes no sense. The series requires a great deal of the "suspension of disbelief" necessary to enjoy movies. In the Star Wars universe, farming "moisture" on a desert planet is somehow normal. As is the Millenium Falcon "making the Kessel Run" in less than 12 parsecs (a unit of distance), Luke's completing in 1 week all the Jedi training it took Yoda 800 years to learn, and stormtrooper armor being so fricking useless that these elite soldiers can be brought down by midgets with slingshots and spears.
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level 54
Jul 31, 2013
You are obviously not very into Star Wars, because literally everything you said is either wrong or has been explained.
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level 82
Aug 1, 2013
LOL. I think the problem is not that I'm "not into" Star Wars. It's that some people are WAY TOO into Star Wars. Any "explanation" of the 12 parsecs statement requires a huge leap of faith that I am ill-prepared to give the man who came up with Jar Jar Binks. And I'm mind-boggled at the concept that someone thinks they've come up with a good explanation for how storm troopers can be defeated by furry little midgets with rocks and sticks. But more power to you, I suppose.
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level 83
Aug 5, 2013
The 12 parsecs thing was intended to be wrong from the start. Early copies of the script have Kenobi calling him on it, and negotiating the price down because Solo's obviously an idiot. Later revisions just leave it up to Alec Guiness' facial expression to convey that Kenobi knew the claim was ridiculous. Unfortunately, it doesn't come across well.
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level 39
Jul 23, 2015
the Kessel Run is a series of black holes, so it makes perfect sense.
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level 52
Oct 28, 2016
Also, you can ignore everything about physics the moment you hear "point five past lightspeed."
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level 59
Oct 28, 2016
I am all for suspending disbelief (especially for Star Wars), but the one thing that always kinda bugged me is that the Storm Troopers seem totally incompetent. They never hit anything with their lasers, and they fall for every conceivable ruse. It's like suggesting the Cleveland Browns had conquered the galaxy. I know the command is exceptional, but the rank-and-file is worthless.
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level 51
Jul 31, 2013
Can ya really not accept the singular form of womp rat? I was so convinced I was spelling it wrong that I just gave up...
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level 35
Oct 28, 2016
Is it really that hard to try the plural. Even when it would not make sense. In this case it is painfully obvious that a plural is needed.
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level 83
Jul 31, 2013
Interesting tidbit, you can get the Alderaan answer right with seemingly any number of 'a's in the last syllable. Just in case you're emulating Shatner (or I supose Quinto now...). "ALDERAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAN!!!!" QuizMaster must be using regexes.
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level 79
May 5, 2014
FWIW, Quinto is Spock, while Kirk is played by Chris Pine.
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level 83
Dec 22, 2014
Yes, but in 'Into Darkness,' It's Quinto who gets the line, as the roles of Spock and Kirk were reversed from how they played out in Wrath of Khan.
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level 69
Jul 31, 2013
I found Alec Guinness and Ewan McGregor rather easy. Should've known Mace Windu/Samuel L. Jackson. The rest was really hard!
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level 78
Oct 29, 2016
It's only hard if you're not a Star Wars nerd like me.
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level 14
May 30, 2017
Don't. Say. The. Words. Ewan. McGregor. Around. Me.
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level 46
Jan 5, 2018
Aw c'mon! Why not? Aside from Liam Neeson in Episode I, he was the only good thing about the prequel trilogy (at least when you compare it to the originals). He had to be really good to offset that other guy who played Anakin. We won't name him.
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level 69
Mar 13, 2019
Always interesting to find old comments by myself. Now it's 11/20 and should have been a couple more. And while I didn't like McGregor at first simply because he was not Guinness, I've come to appreciate him much more.
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level 76
Jul 31, 2013
got 100% easily. Though I guessed "Bespin" before "Cloud City." Everything else was on the first shot.
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level 34
Jan 13, 2014
I got Cloud City, but Bespin and City in the Clouds are other names for the place, so I think they should be included.
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level 46
Jul 31, 2013
Where is Jessica Hyde?
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level 76
Jul 31, 2013
She's hyding.
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level 49
Jan 10, 2014
Nice quiz!! Many Bothans died to bring us this information
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level 46
Jan 10, 2018
Only thing about that is, in Rogue One there wasn't a single Bothan.
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level 60
Oct 12, 2018
Bothans got the plans for the 2nd Death Star.
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level 62
May 27, 2019
I’m so hyped for Rogue Two, which will finally show the Bothan spies in action!
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level 50
Mar 17, 2014
Princess Leia also said "it's a trap!" She said it to Luke in Cloud City as she, Chewbacca, and Threepio were being taken away after Han was encased in carbonite. She yelled to Luke "Luke! Luke, don't, it's a trap. It's a trap!"
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level 46
May 10, 2014
how bout "Bespin" for cloud city
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level 65
Oct 28, 2016
Bespin is the planet around which Cloud City orbits. Cloud City is the place Lando was the governor.
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level 30
May 15, 2014
Yeah, I tried to put Leia in there for "It's a trap!" because she yelled it like 3 times in the Cloud City. Also, I was certain it was Dantooine that was blowed up by the Death Star. But I think that was just the name of the system Alderaan was in.
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level 44
May 25, 2014
I very well may be wrong - it's been a while - but I THINK Dantooine is the planer Leia falsely named as the rebel hideout (to prevent Tarken and Vader from blowing up Alderaan), but since it was too remote for an effective demonstration of the Death Star, they blew up Alderaan anyway.
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level 15
Jun 3, 2016
Dantooine was an abandoned rebel base. and the empire discovered that she had lied because they sent a force to dantooine just to find the remains of the base that had been evacuated long before.
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level 81
Sep 9, 2016
I am glad Han Solo didn't shoot "Greebo" like I tried guessing. That's Nanny Ogg's cat and it wouldn't have been nice at all to shoot him.
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level 50
Oct 28, 2016
Well he isn't exactly a nice cat so i wouldn't of been too annoyed!
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level 67
Oct 8, 2016
Good quiz. Though I did struggle with the questions on the prequels. I've done my best to block those bleeping abominations out of my mind. They ain't Star Wars. It may say Star Wars on the tin, but it ain't Star Wars.
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level 52
Oct 28, 2016
They're more star wars than Episode VII
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level 51
Oct 28, 2016
Please accept the singular "Womp Rat" as a type-in for "Womp Rats".
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level 35
Oct 28, 2016
O.o really is it that hard to try the plural. It is obvious this question requires a plural.
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level 51
Oct 28, 2016
Oh, come on. The aim of this quiz is to test our knowledge of Star Wars, not be Grammar Nazis.
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level 51
Oct 28, 2016
also remember the line from Californication that mentions "Alderaan"
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level 37
May 13, 2019
I was wondering if anyone would remember but me.
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level 44
Oct 29, 2016
I always remembered Luke calling them Swamp Rats for some reason.
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level 21
Jan 5, 2017
You should accept *Dagoba* (without the h). Otherwise, it was a good quiz.
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level 67
Jun 17, 2019
2nd.
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level 14
May 28, 2017
For all you prequel haters out there, remember that Rogue One is technically a prequel. Also, if you wanna know what makes the prequels great, it is none other than General Grievous
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level 46
Jan 10, 2018
General Grievous sucked. I mean, he sounded cool and looked cool, and that light-saber wielding was spectacular--but he was only in one movie and was easily defeated by Obi-Wan after mostly running away. He was only slightly less of a letdown than Darth Maul.
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level 18
Dec 30, 2017
Good quiz but now Rogue 1 is out-you might want to change your alderaan question
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level 67
Jun 5, 2019
Why? It doesn't change the answer any. Rogue One has the Death Star destroying a city, but not the whole planet.
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level 41
Jan 22, 2018
Can womp rat work because i was confused
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level 48
Oct 11, 2018
I've never seen the words spelt so guessing how you hear something is tough
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level 35
Feb 24, 2019
Got them all with 2:24 remaining at 6:55:20 PM on February 24, 2019. I love Star Wars, so this quiz was straightforward enough for me.
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level 76
May 13, 2019
At some point in the future I imagine Star Wars quizzes are going to go from being easy to impossible for me. The Last Jedi so thoroughly killed my love of the franchise I doubt that I'll bother seeing any future installments. I refuse to pay money for Episode 9 and I don't really want to see it at all even for free.