Star Wars Trivia – Did You Know #11

It’s Star Wars Trivia time again! I hear you all clapping and cheering out there lol – who doesn’t want to know more about a galaxy far, far away? ๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜…

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So apparently the word “Wookiee” was originally spelt with only one ‘e’ during the 1976 novelisation of A New Hope! Pretty cool huh? To be honest, I never noticed it myself๐Ÿ˜… and not sure why it was changed either but that’s a fact according to Jennifer Landa.

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6 thoughts on “Star Wars Trivia – Did You Know #11

  1. Hi Julie, I did read somewhere that Wookie(e)s supposedly had retractable claws like a cat to enable them to climb trees and for use in ceremonial rituals and mating combat (similar to Rutting in Deers etc). However it was a dishonour for the Wookie to be seen by humans (or other species) with these claws out. I’m not sure about this though as I always thought Wookies were more like canines than they were feline looking (and Lucas did base Chewie on his real life Malamute dog)

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    1. Hi FT! Long time no talk ๐Ÿ™‚ Wow never knew that – it seems there is a lot I still don’t know about a galaxy far, far away lol but it’s fun learning all of these cool and interesting facts ๐Ÿ˜€

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      1. Hi Julie, despite some “experts” on YouTube asking whether the SW Universe is too small it’s still a big galaxy out there. But again I’m still not 100% sold on this fact about retracting claws as you can see Chewie’s hands quite clearly when on Starkiller Base when he sets the explosives and I couldn’t see any evidence.


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