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  • BoShek on Random Most Unsung Heroes Of The Star Wars Franchis

    (#14) BoShek

    What if Obi-Wan had never met Han Solo? What if Luke had to face the Imperial army without the galaxy's best-looking smuggler? Luckily, you don't have to answer these questions. Who can you thank for that? BoShek, the man who introduced Obi-Wan Kenobi and Chewbacca inside the Cantina in the first place. 

    Sometimes greatness comes down to knowing your limits, and BoShek knew that if he were the one to take Obi-Wan and co., the film would have been a lot shorter. Luckily, he was able to put his ego aside and recommend the right Wookiee for the job. 

  • Bail Organa on Random Most Unsung Heroes Of The Star Wars Franchis

    (#7) Bail Organa

    • Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith, Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones, Star Wars

    It's not that Bail Organa doesn't get any credit, it's just that he doesn't get enough. 

    At the end of Revenge of the Sith, all but three people in the galaxy have seemingly lost hope: Yoda, Obi-Wan Kenobi, and Bail Organa. These three people quickly enact a plan that would give the future heroes of the galaxy a fighting chance against the tyranny of the Empire. 

    Bail Organa not only agrees to take Leia in, but he also raises her in such a way that she is able to take on the entire Empire through sheer force of will. It's clear he did something right. 

    But, unlike Yoda and Obi-Wan, you probably won't find him on a T-shirt at Hot Topic, or as a playable character in Battlefront. Even inside of the universe, Leia never mentions him by name, so his sacrifices and deeds seemed to have faded from the public consciousness. 

  • General Armitage Hux on Random Most Unsung Heroes Of The Star Wars Franchis

    (#15) General Armitage Hux

    Darth Vader spent a large portion of his life acting out deeds of incredible evil, then was good for the last five minutes he was alive and is forever remembered as the man who brought balance to the Force.

    General Hux spent most of his life doing evil, and then an unspecified (but longer than five minutes) amount of time acting as a Resistance spy, and he's remembered as something of a jerk.

  • Boss Nass on Random Most Unsung Heroes Of The Star Wars Franchis

    (#16) Boss Nass

    • Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace, Star Wars

    When you're the leader of a kingdom, you do what's right for your people. So, when the queen of the overworld comes to you and asks you to join her people in their fight against an invading army, you have a lot to consider. Is it worth it to put your people's lives on the line to do what's right? 

    With that said, it didn't take much for Boss Nass to agree to step out of the water and lead his people in the protection of a different nation. Would the fight have eventually come to the Gungans? Sure, most likely, but that doesn't take anything away from Boss Nass having the foresight to enter the battle before his people were threatened - and turn the tide of the invasion, to boot. 

  • Arvel Crynyd on Random Most Unsung Heroes Of The Star Wars Franchis

    (#10) Arvel Crynyd

    If you've seen how terrifying a standard Star Destroyer is, you can only imagine the destruction a Super Star Destroyer can do. 

    During the Battle of Endor, the Rebel space fleet was incredibly outmatched, particularly by the Empire's new Super Star Destroyer, the Executor. No one knew how important it was to bring this ship down better than pilot Arvel Crynyd.

    Crynyd first attempted to take down the mighty destroyer with his A-wing, and when that didn't work - and he was hit - he used his last moments to pilot his craft directly into the Star Destroyer's bridge. 

  • Corde on Random Most Unsung Heroes Of The Star Wars Franchis

    (#1) Corde

    Early on in Attack of the Clones, there's an assassination attempt on the life of Padme Amidala, the former queen and current senator of Naboo. Moments later, the film reassures fans that it wasn't really Padme that perished. It was just Corde, her body double! 

    Corde is a hero for putting herself on the line for Amidala. Standing in for a woman so an assassination attempt will hit you instead of her is a pretty terrible job, and Corde doesn't get the recognition she deserves. If something had happened to Padme instead of Corde, we never would have gotten the galaxy's most beloved twins. 

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Who were the rebel warriors who helped destroy the Imperial Death Star in Star Wars? You remember Luke Skywalker, maybe Vécs, but what about the other x wing and y wing pilots? In fact, the success of a film, the maturity of an industry, is not limited to the production and the director, but also the dedication and quiet dedication of the “Unsung Heroes, ” and the trailer editors, is one of them.

The random generator tool sorts through 16 items, documenting the classic but unremembered Unsung Heroes of Star Wars, even when the audience doesn’t remember their names. Corde, Galen Erso, Nien Nunb, Paige Tico, Owen Lars, etc. . which hero do you admire most?

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