The Force is strong with this one!
In the world of Star Wars, Luke needs to use the Force to overcome his enemies! While that might seem like a lot, you don't need need the Force for this quiz! From all the characters who have passed through the Star Wars world, can we guess your favorite character?
In 1977, George Lucas released his first epic film, Star Wars. In an intergalactic world, the film follows a young Luke Skywalker, who gets roped into the battle between two opposing groups, the Rebel Alliance and the Galactic Empire. Starring Mark Hamill, Harrison Ford and Carrie Fisher, the film would go on to become one of the best-selling film franchises of all time.
With its group of human and robotic characters, it's understandable why you'd have a few favorite characters from the film series. Can we guess your favorite one?
Maybe you love the charismatic Han Solo! He's filled with wit and he's never one to run from a fight! Or do you love his hairy sidekick Wookiee, Chewbacca. Sure, he never speaks, but he doesn't need words to get his point across!
Do you like to take a walk on the dark side? If so, you might love Darth Vader above all else! For the mysterious and wise, you're probably a big fan of the Jedi master, Yoda!
From Luke Skywalker and his sister, Leia, to their father, Darth Vader, which Stars Wars character is your favorite? Answer these questions and we'll take a guess!
As Yoda would say, "Do. Or do not. There is no try!"
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