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The species to which the legendary Jedi Master Yoda belonged was ancient and shrouded in mystery. Members of this species were rarely seen anywhere in the galaxy. The species had two known sexes: male and female. Members of the species were small in size, roughly comparable to that of a human child, with green skin, large eyes and long pointed ears. Their three-fingered hands ended in claws. The species were suggested to mostly have a carnivorous diet. Their ears were expressive, curling and...

The species to which the Jedi Grand Master Yoda belonged was ancient and shrouded in mystery. Members of this species were rarely seen anywhere in the galaxy. The few members of this species seen in the galaxy were all Force-sensitive, and the species' homeworld and name were unknown. The species included male[11] and female genders.[2] Members of the species were small in size, roughly comparable to that of a human child, with green skin, large eyes, and long pointed ears. Their…

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Donald Miller
@StarWarsUK : Padmé Amidala’s stunning throne room ensemble represents the Naboo tradition strongly. The costume, made from several layers of silk, took eight weeks to make and was constructed specifically to fit actress Natalie Portman. #TBT

Padmé Amidala’s stunning throne room ensemble represents the Naboo tradition strongly. The costume, made from several layers of silk, took eight weeks to make and was constructed specifically to fit actress Natalie Portman. (Concept art by Iain McCaig.) #TBT

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Meghan McK
Yoda looking sincere

(etsy.com) The characters in the books, television shows and movies that we love as children somehow seem to stay with us for the rest of our lives. Every smile

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Whitney Baierl
Stroomtrooper, Star Wars Clones, Imperial Stormtrooper, Endy, Star Wars Models, Star Wars Rpg, Star Wars Costumes, Star Destroyer, Pepakura

Lazy and uninspired, J.J. Abrams’ Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker is a pandering regression from the bold new direction established by Rian Johnson’s The Last Jedi. Even worse, it’s the first Star Wars film engineered to please its loudest and most troubled demographic: the toxic fandom. A frantic

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Thiago Roberto Pereira