Aurebesh implemented consonants, vowels, digraphs, and punctuation marks. Words were separated by spaces. Aurebesh could be written mainly left-to-right or up-to-down. All letters are the same relative size, although occasionally symbols were mirror-inverted to denote capital letters. The symbol for the Republic Credit was a Resh (R for Republic) with two vertical lines through the upper half of the symbol. Letters of the alphabet were also used to denote musical keys, such as the key of Cresh.
Aurebesh was thought to have come from the writing system of the Rakatan Infinite Empire, introduced to the galaxy at large during the Empire's reign. It spread during the Alsakan Conflicts approximately 17,000 years before the Battle of Yavin. However, already by 25,793 BBY, Aurebesh was used by the inhabitants of the Settled Worlds, prior to their first contact with the Rakata. When contact was made, the Rakatan Aurebesh was apparently identical to that used in the Settled Worlds.
Behind the scenesEdit
Prominent examples in productsEdit
- During The Phantom Menace, when Anakin Skywalker is flying an N-1 starfighter in the Battle of Naboo, a message from R2-D2 reads:
- TURN THE SHIP
- AROUND AND GO
- BACK HOME
- RIGHT AWAY"
- To which Anakin replies, "Go back? Qui-Gon told me to stay in this cockpit, so that's what I'm going to do."
- In Attack of the Clones, when Obi-Wan Kenobi catches Anakin's lightsaber during the speeder chase, various building signs on Coruscant spell out "EINRV". Aurebesh can also be seen on the walls of the buildings as Jango Fett flies away after killing his assassin associate Zam Wesell. One of the walls can be translated as saying "WARREN", and another says "RANK". An upside down hologram nearby says "ESB". The droid waitress in Dex's Diner has a nameplate that translates to "FLO".
- In an unused Sith Holocron prop for Attack of the Clones, upside-down Aurebesh writing can be translated as "IN UMBRIS POTESTAS EST", Latin for "power is in the shadows".
- In Revenge of the Sith, during the opening space battle, right before Anakin says "Lock on to him, R2", Aurebesh text can be seen on the side of his Eta-2 Actis-class light interceptor, under the cockpit window. The text reads "ELBERT MARIA".
- In the 2004 DVD release of A New Hope, the words displaying information as Obi-Wan Kenobi deactivates the tractor beam on the Death Star, which were written using the Roman alphabet in previous releases, are now in the Aurebesh. Note that this particular instance was the only scene in the movie to clearly show Roman letters (though highly observant viewers note that a needle on an IT-O interrogation droid in an earlier scene is marked "British Made").
- In Return of the Jedi, Aurebesh is seen on the monitors of the Death Star II control center, when Darth Vader's shuttle is about to land. These graphics predate the West End Games description of Aurebesh, and produce gibberish if those letter assignments are used.
In the theatrical film, one of the gunships that bring the clones to Teth has nose art of a Twi'lek female in clone trooper armor, with the ship's name, "LUCKY LEKKU" written in Aurebesh. The text is notable for its very casual, handwritten style. The Crumb Bomber, a gunship seen in the hangar bay of the ship Obi-Wan Kenobi lands on after returning from Tatooine, has nose art that features a Kowakian monkey-lizard wielding a bomb, with the inscription "LAUGH THIS OFF". The Spaceward Ho!, a gunship aboard the hangar of the Defiant (the transport ship that brings Anakin Skywalker and Ahsoka Tano to Teth), also has an Aurebesh inscription, but it is unreadable in the film (it re-appears in the episode Storm Over Ryloth). The text on the medicine cupboards in the Twilight reads "MEDICAL". When the ship is approaching Tatooine, the console display says "TWILI[obscured]". Billboards outside Ziro's club, read "WWW STARWARS COM". A sign outside the club reads "ZIRO'S PALACE". Another sign, written in upside-down mirror-inverted Aurebesh, says "CORUSCANT NIGHT LIFE " : "IN FOR THE BEST" : "ZIRO'S PALACE", with an Aurebesh Zerek (Z, for Ziro) in the corner.
- In "Ambush", Thire's macrobinoculars read "INFRARED MODE", "REGULAR MODE, "ZOOM IN", "ZOOM OUT", "MIN" and "MAX".
- In "Rising Malevolence", when Ahsoka Tano tries to contact the escape pod, the control display of the Twilight says "CONTACT".
- In "Shadow of Malevolence", the Crumb Bomber appears in the Resolute's hangar bay.
- In "Destroy Malevolence", when the Malevolence is attempting to jump to hyperspace, the control display says "OFFLINE". For some reason, the text is upside down.
- In "Rookies", on the Rishi Station landing platform, white text says "O 85". A display inside the base says "SOME TEXT" and "SENTOSA" (the name of a popular island resort in Singapore) - the rest is unreadable. Hevy's detonator screen reads "ATTE RUL3Z SOME TEXT". After the base is destroyed, the data screen that General Grievous is looking at says "ENEMY SIGNAL DETECTED", "REPUBLIC OUTPOST" and "LIFE SIGNS DETECTED". The Lucky Lekku and the Crumb Bomber are used to rescue surviving clone troopers after the destruction of Rishi Station.
- In "Downfall of a Droid", the tactical readouts include the text "ATTE RUL3Z", "TAKE THAT GRIEVOUS", "SOME TEXT", "SENTOSA" (also seen on a display in Rishi Station in "Rookies"), "COORDINATS" [sic], "REPUBLIC BAT[image ends] 4 CRUISERS" and "SITUATED OTALLY A". The rest of the text is gibberish, as is Grievous' data when he discovers Anakin's tracking beacon. A green separatist display says "OF ANYTHING" and "FUNNY TEST"; the rest of the display shows words that are gibberish, and various combinations of Aurebesh numbers and characters. The GS-100 salvage ship is painted with the Aurebesh symbols Vev and Cresh (VC, for Vulture's Claw). The display in Anakin's Delta-7B Aethersprite-class light interceptor includes the words "TEMP", "FUEL", "LOCK", "FUEL GAUGE", "TOP", "MID" and "HOT" (the rest is gibberish). When Ahskoka discovers Anakin's tracking signal, the Republic display says "KOPI" . "3 CHEERS F[obscured symbol]R AUNTIES AND MING S[obscured symbol]WSATPING PONG".
- In "Duel of the Droids", when Rex discovers the Separatist battlesphere, the display reads "ZOOM IN" and "SKYTOP STATION". The rest of the text, as well as R2-D2's data screen, is gibberish. The mirror-inverted text on the data display when Gha Nachkt arrives at Skytop Station is also gibberish, except for the words "ZOOM IN".
- In "Lair of Grievous", the display on EV-A4-D shows Aurebesh symbols, which have no actual meaning.
- In "The Gungan General", the holographic map that Turk Falso shows Barb Mentir says "TARGET". When Barb is shooting at the Nu-class attack shuttle, the shuttle's cockpit display says "BOGEY". When the shuttle is shot down, the ship display warns "DANGER" - "DANGER".
- In "Jedi Crash", a starship display reads "IMPACT!" and a medical display reads "STAND BY FOR PROGNOSIS". When the ship is preparing to jump to hyperspace, a small screen says "HYPERDRIVE ONLINE". The T-series tactical droid has the letter Trill (T) on its chest and head.
- In "Trespass", Obi-Wan Kenobi's macrobinoculars read "REGULAR MODE", "INFRARED MODE", "MIN", "MAX", "ZOOM IN" and "ZOOM OUT".
- In "Defenders of Peace", the side of the Separatist shield generators advises "CAUTION" The recon droid's display says "RANGE".
- In "The Hidden Enemy", while tactical droid TJ-55 is being robolotomised, a display says "[obscured]TEMS CLEAR". The droid's head reads "TACTICAL". A display screen reads "SENDING", "RECEIVING" and "LOCATING STATUS". A data device used by captain Rex says "FREQUENCY" and "POWER", in upside-down, mirror-inverted Aurebesh. When Rex and commander Cody are discussing the transmissions, a screen behind them says "TARGETS LOCATED" (note that the words are blurred and may not be readable on every television/computer screen). The clone Sketch has a Senth (S) tattooed on his brow. When Rex and Cody are tracking clone trooper Slick, the device on Rex's wrist says "TRACKER ACTIVATED". The display on a pair of macrobinoculars display says "REGULAR MODE", "INFRARED MODE", "MIN", "MAX", "ZOOM IN" and "ZOOM OUT". When the clone troopers exit the base during the explosion, a yellow, mirror-inverted sign on the building says "AUTHORIZED PERSONNEL ONLY" (again, this may not be readable on every screen). When Rex and Cody are running from the explosion, the white text on the landing field says "KEEP CLEAR" (with the first letter of both words obscured). An unidentified tactical droid has the letter Trill (T) on its chest.
- In "Mystery of a Thousand Moons", a screen inside the sealed room says "LOW" and "POWER LEVELS". The city Cliffhold is filled with Aurebesh graffiti, including "[obscured]RANCE", "SAVE IEGO", "VULTURE WORLD" (accompanied by an illustration of a vulture droid), "JAYBOO" [sic], "FREEDON MO", "CALL US" (graffitied over a set of pin-up posters of various women), "IEGO SUCK[obscured]", "[image begins]EED OF THE WORLD [plus another symbol at the end, which is obscured]", "MAY THE FORCE BE WITH U", "IEGO FRONTIER INN", "IEGO CITY HALL" and "CLONE BATTLE DROLD". Several buildings are marked with large Aurebesh marquees: "KRISTAL SKULL", "SIVOUSPLAY", "CIRCUSCI CUS", "IEGO CASINO", "CASINO" (on Iego Casino), "IMPERIAL PALACE", "FRONTIER INN", "INN" (on Frontier Inn) and "[obscured]DADEL".
- In "Storm Over Ryloth", a gunship in the Resolute hangar bayhas customized nose art of a Twi'lek female in a seductive pose with the ship's name, "SPACEWARD HO!", written in Aurebesh (the ship also appears in the theatrical film, where the Aurebesh is unreadable). The Lucky Lekku appears in the Resolute hangar bay.
- In "Innocents of Ryloth", the Crumb Bomber is Obi-Wan's lead gunship in the Battle of Ryloth. The display screen at the Separatist command center reads "COMIC RELIEF" and "PHASE". The display seen through a clone troopers macrobinoculars says "REGULAR MODE", "INFRARED MODE", "MIN", "MAX", "ZOOM IN" and "ZOOM OUT". TX-20 has the letter Trill (T) on its chest and head. When Obi-Wan is preparing to fire the cannon, the display says "X: 11Y: 38" (a reference to 1138) and "RANGE: 3838".
- In "Liberty on Ryloth", the Lightning Squadron AT-RTs are marked "BEA", "EO" (behind) and "T" (Trill) (behind). The recon droid's display says "RANGE". The T-series tactical droid has the Trill-symbol on its chest. A Separatist display reads "TACTICAL VEHICLE ANALYSIS" and "ADDITIONAL TACTICAL VEHICLE ANALYSIS" (the remaining text is too small to read). A Republic display includes the text "TROUBLE ON THE HORIZON", "STATUS REPORT OF ADVANCE TROOPER RECOGNITION THERAPY SYNDROME EVALUATION TEAM CURRENT PHASE OF EXPERIMENT PROCEEDING SATISFACTORILY ACCORDING TO PROJECTED SCHEDULE", "SECOND MOST IMPORTANT SPORT RIGHT AFTER FOOTBALL", "FIRE" (in red letters when Anakin is talking - note that the area where the F, or Forn, is, may be cropped off on a 16:9 widescreen TV), "UND UBERHAUPT" (German for "and anyway") : "IF YOU CAN READ THIS, YOU SPENT TOO MUCH MONEY ON YOUR HOME THEATER EQUIPMENT!" (note that while the German words are easy to read, the rest of this in-joke is barely readable and written in extremely small characters, and may not be discernible on every television/computer screen), "RANGE 3838", "SEC 4" and "X 11 Y 38 (another 1138 reference); the rest of the text is small and unreadable. The data on Cham Syndulla shows the text "SYNDULLA, CHAM" . "HOMEPLANET: RYLOTH" . "AFFILIATION: UNKNOWN" . "HISTORY: PENDING". In the Twi'lek graveyard, one of the headstones has a moon crescent on the top and is inscribed with the name "LUNA" (the Latin name for Earth's Moon). Names found on other gravestones include "SPUDWEE", "MAX", "SAMARA" (barely readable) and "MIWY JOY" (the first two letters in the latter's name are faded and barely readable). The back of clone commander Ponds' helmet reads "SOME GUYS HAVE ALL THE LUCK". The display on the macrobinoculars used by Syndulla and a clone trooper says "REGULAR MODE", "INFRARED MODE", "MIN", "MAX", "ZOOM IN" and "ZOOM OUT".
- In "Hostage Crisis", the text on Robonino's backpack reads "PATSFAN-01" in Aurebesh. The text on the explosives reads "GHOOOE".
- In "Holocron Heist", among the establishments seen in the Coruscant Underworld are "PLAYLAND THEATRE", "PURPLE WERM", "IHOUSE", "SLEEPING ROSE" (barely readable), "THE HOLE", and "ENMONST RCLUB". The dossier on Bolla Ropal says "ROPAL, BOLLA" . "HOMEWORLD " : "RODIA" . "ABILITIES" : "IN QUESTION" . "THREAT POTENTIAL" : "MINIMAL" . "ALL OTHER INFORMATION RESTRICTED". The left wrist of Cato Parasitti's armor is emblazoned with the letters "UAT". Bane's data on the Jedi Temple says "LEVEL OF SECURITY" . "ELEVATION". "JEDI TEMPLE" . "MAIN ENTRANCE FULLY SECURED" . "ROOFTOP ACCESS" . "ACCESS POINTS" : "FRONT" . "SIDE" . "ROOF" . "VENTS" . "SHAFTS" . When Cato is using the computer in the Jedi Archives, the screen says "SHIELDING" . "ZOOM" . "JEDI TEMPLE" . The data display that Obi-Wan Kenobi looks at says "JEDI TEMPLE" and "ROOFTOP". Before Cad Bane jumps down the air vent, another computer screen in the Jedi Archives says "RADIUS" . "DIAMETER" . "ANGLE" . "CIRCUMFERENCE". The display on Cad Bane's security chip bombs reads "ACTIVATE" and "COUNTDOWN TO DEATH". After Bane jumps, the first computer reads "SECURITY VENT FANS" . "MINIMUM" . "MAXIMUM" . "FAN". The nose art on the Plo's Bros shows the face of Plo Koon between two clone troopers underneath the words "PLO'S BROS". In addition, the touch-screen keyboards of the computers in the Jedi Archives use the Aurebesh symbols in alphabetical order, but display all symbols upside down. Whether this was done intentionally or if it was a mistake by the animators is not known.
- In "Cargo of Doom", the display on the torture device used to torment Bolla Ropal says "POWER LEVEL". On a pair of macrobinoculars, the display says "REGULAR MODE", "INFRARED MODE", "MIN", "MAX", "ZOOM IN" and "ZOOM OUT".
- In "Children of the Force", Bane's fuel computer reads "RECENT HYPERSPACE JUMPS" . "REST COORDINATES? Y/N" . "TOTAL PARSECS BEFORE NEST [sic] SERVICE[image ends]" . "WARNING: FUEL CELLS NEAR DEPLETION". The list of planets says "PRIOIR [sic] COURSES PLOTTED" : "GLEE ANSELM" . "MUSTAFAR" . "RODIA" . "NABOO". Another part of the log reads "FUEL LEVELS". On Mustafar, a display says "SHIELD INTEGRITY" and "ALL SYSTEMS NOMINAL". Another display reads "WARNING" : "SYSTEMS CRITICAL" . TOTAL SHIELD FAILURE", and "ALL SYSTEMS NOMINAL". Later, the first display says "DANGER", and the second one reads "SHIELD INTEGRITY" and "DANGER DANGER DANGER".
- In "Senate Spy", the take-out food Anakin carries is labeled "WAR M FOOD" (note that the Starwars.com Episode Guide and Star Wars: The Clone Wars Official Episode Guide Series 1 & 2 says "WARM FOOD") on the side, and "SUSHI" on the top. The all-Aurebesh screen on the holographic projector in Lott Dod's library contains tutorial text for basic 3-D computer modeling:
- "EVEN THOUGH THE REFER-
- ENCED CHILD SCENES APPEAR
- WITHIN THE CURRENTLY OPEN
- PARENT SCENE THEY REMAIN
- SEPARATE FROM THE CURRENTLY
- OPEN PARENT SCENE AT ALL
- "EVEN THOUGH THE REFER-
- "LOCK" (which Padmé Amidala presses)
- "WHEN THE CURRENTLY OPEN
- PARENT SCENE IS SAVED,
- ANY REFERENCED SCENE DATA
- IS NOT SAVED WITHIN IT."
- "WHEN THE CURRENTLY OPEN
- "WHEN A REFERENCED CHILD
- SCENE IS UNLOADED, THE CON-
- NECTION BETWEEN THE REFER-
- ENCED CHILD SCENE AND ITS
- PARENT AND GRANDPARENT
- SCENES IS SUSPENDED. THAT
- IS, THE CONTENTS OF THE
- REFERENCED CHILD SCENE FILE
- ARE NO LONGER LOADED IN
- [image begins]ORY WITHIN THE CURRENTLY
- [image begins]NT SCENE. USERS
- [image begins]AN UNLOADED
- [[image begins]NE WHEN
- [image ends]"
- "WHEN A REFERENCED CHILD
- In "Landing at Point Rain", there are several Republic gunships with unique nose art. Obi-Wan Kenobi's ship has a painted illustration of a nexu, with the phrase "BAD KITTY" written on it in Aurebesh. Ki-Adi-Mundi's gunship has a skull-faced clone trooper helmet painted on it, with the phrase "SEPARATIST NIGHTMARE". Another ship shows a clone trooper holding a large scythe, accompanied by the text "GRIM REAPER". One of the ships used to bring wounded clone trooper away from the destroyed Geonosis primary droid foundry Ray Shield Fortress is decorated with an illustration of a clone trooper riding a missile, with the rather ironic message "I COME IN PEACE" underneath. The Spaceward Ho! and the Lucky Lekku are used in the Second Battle of Geonosis. The Crumb Bomber is seen inside Obi-Wan's Acclamator-class Assault Ship when the gunships began their launch sequence. The display on the clone troopers' macrobinoculars says "REGULAR MODE", "INFRARED MODE", "MIN", "MAX", "ZOOM IN" and "ZOOM OUT".
- In "Weapons Factory", the display on Captain Rex's macrobinoculars says "REGULAR MODE", "INFRARED MODE", "MIN", "MAX", "ZOOM IN" and "ZOOM OUT". A screen behind Poggle the Lesser and the T-series tactical droid shows upside-down Aurebesh symbols.
- In "Legacy of Terror", the display on Luminara Unduli's electrobinoculars says "RANGE". A Republic gunship has a painting of a clone trooper's armored foot squashing a bug, and "THE BUG STOMPER" written on it.
- In "Brain Invaders", when a clone trooper activates the tractor beam, the functions seen on the display are "ACCESS-CONTROL", "FUNC-1", "FUNC-2", "FUNC-3", "FUNC-4", "FUNC-5", "FUNC-6" (which the clone presses), "FUNC-7", "THRUST LEVEL", "T-1", "T-2" (which the clone presses), "T-3", "T-4", "T-5", "T-6", "LEVEL", "CONTROL", "VORTEX" and "DISENGAGE".
- In "Grievous Intrigue", when Obi-Wan is communicating with General Grievous, a small screen below Obi-Wan's image reads "HAILING CODE 4878-881" (the rest is unreadable).
- In "The Deserter", a droid has a device with backwards writing. This could have been a mistake. The text reads "ATTE RUL3Z SOME TEXT", which can be seen when the Republic forces find the device. The macrobinoculars display says "REGULAR MODE", "INFRARED MODE", "MIN", "MAX", "ZOOM IN" and "ZOOM OUT". The clone named Kix has a tattoo on his head that says "A GOOD DROID IS A DEAD ONE". At Cut Lawquane's farm, a medical kit next to an injured Captain Rex reads "FIRST AID".
- In "Lightsaber Lost", several billboard advertisements can be seen on Coruscant written in Aurebesh. One is an advertisement for a travel agency, reading "STAR TOURS GLEE ANSELM CALL 1-800-555-6576 NOW!" There is another for "SODA". Among the signs on Coruscant are "ROSS", "HOT" (part of the Ross storefront) and "NOODLES BAR"; Aurebesh can also be glimpsed on other signs. Aurebesh posters can be seen inside the building where Anakin goes to fetch Car Affa; "DASHA SIGWEED" (barely readable in this episode), "MAX RE[obscured]" (confirmed as "MAX REEBO" [sic] in "Lethal Trackdown"), and posters that are too far away to read in this episode, but seen up close in "Lethal Trackdown": "Stargazer", "Spaceworld" and "Coruscant Nights". After Ahsoka Tano's lightsaber is stolen, a blue sign says "SHOULDER ACHES". After Car Affa is apprehended, another sign promises "MASSAGE" . "SPECIALTY" : "SHOULDER ACHES" . "OPEN". In the Jedi Archives, a piece of text next to a mugshot of "BREA TONNIKA"' reads "LAST SEEN ON CORUSCANT" . "WANTED FOR MURDER". A collection of images of Patrolian criminals shows the names underneath the pictures, but they are unreadable. The name of "BANNAMU"' is present under a mugshot of him on another archive screen (additional text can also be glimpsed). The bottom of the sign above Lauli Wahlo's noodle shop reads "NOODLES" A sign right across from the noodle shop reads "MASSAGE" Above the Spider Arms Hostel, the words "SPIDER ARM" (not "Arms") are written on the building as well as on several signs. A nearby building bears the word "CABARET" running vertically down it. Right as Ahsoka jumps off the holofeed announcement screen, "KUAT DRIVE YARDS" is displayed on the text scrolling below Palpatine's image. When Cassie Cryar climbs up the pipe, a wall with a hatch in it advises "CAUTION" - "DO NOT TOUCH". At the train station, a screen list the following destinations: "BURBANK", "ULENDALE", "ARABIA" and "ALDERAAN". Another screen at the station shows a long text which only produces gibberish. The police speeders are emblazoned with the text "SP". When Cassie destroys the beacon, a poster of a kneeling figure and Aurebesh text can be spotted in a train (it can also be glimpsed on a wall earlier in the episode); as the poster, in this episode, is far away and mirror inverted, it is difficult to read; it re-appears in "Duchess of Mandalore" and "Lethal Trackdown", which show that the text reads "SULCASKY!" - "AN EXHIBITION".
- In "Voyage of Temptation", the data device that Obi-Wan is holding says "ATTE RULEZ SOME TEXT" in mirror-inverted Aurebesh.
- In "Duchess of Mandalore", among the signs seen in the streets of Coruscant are "CABARET", "ONIGHT", "NOODLE BAR", "MASSAGE", "ROSS" and "HOT" (on the Ross storefront). There is an establishment called "CHEZDEZE", with the word "OPEN" underneath the name. An advertisement for "SODA" can also be seen. The display on the police probe says "DUCHESS SATINE KRYZE". The police droids' data device shows Satine's face, with the word "WANTED" underneath (the rest of the text is too small to be read). When Satine is running, a wall in a smoke-filled alley says "[image begins]ONE" (probably "phone", which appears in various episodes). The sign over the noodle shop says "GALAXY NOODLES" (only the "noodles" part was seen in "Lightsaber Lost"). When the Death Watch assassin throws the thermal detonator, a billboard behind him says "SULCASKY!" - "AN EXHIBITION" (as the edge of the billboard is obscured, the first S (Senth) looks like an L (Leth), and the E (Esk) does not show; the advertisement is seen again in "Lethal Trackdown"). The billboard next to it says "[obscured]DE [obscured]OCOL?". When the assassin approaches the Duchess after throwing the detonator, in the background, a blinking neon sign says "PHONE". The billboard that Obi-Wan throws the assassin into says "VIDEO STORE" and "KL FJK GD" - "FAD FA FED". Another sign can be glimpsed when Satine picks up Obi-Wan's lightsaber. When the Duchess surrenders, large screens at the Senate Building say "[obscured]OPOSAL SCHEDULE".
- In "Senate Murders", the inscription on police inspector Tan Divo's utility belt says "IG" and "SP". When Padmé Amidala and Bail Organa are at the docks, several containers are labeled "CARGO". Some other containers are only marked as "CAO". Tan Divo's forensic report says "FORENSIC REPORT [two blurred digits]77" . "ONACONDA FARR" . "REPORT CARRIED OUT BY FORENSIC SCIENCE COMMANDER V[unreadable symbol, possibly the number 0]A DAZ" . "NAME": "ONACONDA FARR" . "RACE" : "RODIAN" . "CAUSE OF DEATH" : "POISON" . "POISON ORIGIN" : "KAMINO" . "TESTS CARRIED OUT ON POISON INDICATES THAT THIS POISON WAS ONLY EFFECTIVE ON RODIAN BLOOD".
- In "The Zillo Beast", the electro-proton bomb, attached to Goji and Rod's bomber, has a warning printed on the nose cone that reads "CAUTION ION DETONATOR." The body of the bomb has "CODE SWITCH DESIGNATOR" • "POSITION 1" • "POSITION 2" • "POSITION 3" • "POSITION 4" printed on it and on one of the tail fins, the words "THIS IS FOR YOU DOOKU" are handwritten.
- In "The Zillo Beast Strikes Back", walls in the outside area of the Republic Science and Technical Center show various combinations of Aurebesh letters and digits: "8H-H008", "RRB-HB", "RB-27" (barely visible) and "JZ-81". A nearby building says "HANGAR 63". When the Zillo Beast is rampaging around Coruscant, several neon signs can be seen in the streets. One says "SALE" (part of the Ross façade), another reads "ROSS", and a third one bears the text "HOT" (on a Ross store). The display on Mace Windu's macrobinoculars says "REGULAR MODE", "INFRARED MODE", "MIN", "MAX", "ZOOM IN" and "ZOOM OUT". Aurebesh can be glimpsed on a screen behind Aayla Secura when the Zillo Beast is approaching the Senate Building.
- In "Cat and Mouse", a Republic display reads "ENEMY SHIP PROFILE" . "PROFILE" : "THE DREADNAUGHT IS KNOWN TO BE UNDER THE COMMAND OF COMMANDER TRENCH" . "THE SHIPS [sic] WEAPONS ARE DEADLY, SHEILDS [sic] ARE VERY STRONG" . "SEPARATIST SHIP" . "POINTS OF ATTACK HAVE BEEN PLOTTED OUT AND SHOWN ON THE" [text ends]. "IN 1,002 BBY (this is an error, as BBY stands for Before the Battle of Yavin, which is years into the future), THREE SHIPS OF THIS TYPE FORMED PART OF LORD KAAN's SITH FLEET DURING THE FIRST BATTLE OF RUUSAN . THESE THREE SHIPS WERE CONSIDERED A DEADLY THREAT TO TWO HAMMER-" [text ends]. "THE SITH DREADNAUGHTS, SOMETIMES KNOWN AS A DREADNAUGHT CRUISER OR SIMPLY A DREADNAUGHT, WAS A TYPE OF WARSHIP USED IN THE NAVY OF THE BROTHERHOOD OF DARKNESS DURING THE CLOSING STAGES OF THE NEW" [text ends]. "ARMED WITH POWERFUL HEAVY LASER CANNONS IN FORWARDFIRING BATTERIES, THEY WERE DESIGNATED AS CRUISERS, LARGER THAN CORSAIR BATTLESHIPS AND STARFIGHTERS. `1´" . Yularen's intelligence report shows says "IDENTIFICATION ANALYSIS..." . "THE RIGHTEOUS" . "SWIFT RETURN" . "SEARCH RESULTS". "ADMIRAL TARANCH (Admiral Trench's original name, according to the episode guide). When the Republic forces attack Trench's ship, the shield display says "SHIELD STATION" and contains buttons for "ACTIVATE" , "STANDBY" and "DEACTIVATE", whereas a Separatist display says "RED ALERT". When the Republic attack again, a Republic data screen says TORPEDOS READY" and the missile trigger reads "FIRE". When Trench orders his troops to lower the deflector shields, a computer display says "VISUAL RECOGNITION" and "MAG[obscured] SI[obscured]" (probably "MAGNETIC SIGNATURE"). Shortly before Trench's ship is hit, a Separatist display reads "CHRYSTOPSIS [sic] BLOCKADE" . "13 BATTLESHIPS" . "6 DREADNAUGHTS" . "STATUS GREEN", and another one says "CONDITION RED".
- In "Bounty Hunters", the ship's scanner shows "SEARCH" and "POWER", in mirror-inverted Aurebesh. The survival capsules have "CAUTION" - "EXPLOSIVE EXTRUSION" written in red on the sides. The display on Hondo Ohnaka electrobinoculars says "FINDING RANGE". When Pikk Mukmuk prepares to fire the laser cannon, the screen inside the WLO-5 speeder tank reads "TARGETS LOCATED".
- In "R2 Come Home", when R2-D2 is piloting Mace Windu's starfighter, a screen inside the ship reads "L FRONT", "R FRONT", "L REAR", "R REAR", "DELTA FUEL SUPPLY" and "STARFIGHTER SHIELDS". The rest of the text is gibberish. In addition, a trio of Plo's Bros gunships assist in the rescue of Mace Windu and Anakin Skywalker.
- In "Lethal Trackdown", when Ahsoka Tano and Plo Koon venture into the Coruscant Underworld, a GS-100 salvage ship can be seen, emblazoned with the letters "VC", "FH" and "STIM". The customs droid at the entry turnstile on Coruscant's lower levels has a readout screen that displays the text "GALACTIC REPUBLIC CUSTOMS OF CORUSCANT": "ALL PERSONS ENTERING THE LOWER LEVELS OF CORUSCANT MUST HAVE [the rest is unreadable]". The building where the droid is working is "TERMINAL 24", which can be seen after Ahsoka and Koon exit. Posters for various musicians can be seen in the Coruscant underlevels; there is one for "DAHSA SIGWEED" (seen in the terminal and in Tiggs Leo's tavern), another shows a unidentified Bith musician with the caption "CONCERT SOLO" (seen in the terminal and inside and outside the tavern), and a third one shows an unidentified female singer and reads "CONCERT EVERY NIGHT" (seen in the terminal and in the tavern). Posters near the Hover Taxi station show advertisements for "PHATTRO" (the name is also seen on a bottle on the bar counter in the cantina after the Jedi ignite their lightsabers), "KASHYK" [sic] and "RYLOTH", in mirror-inverted letters. After Aurra Sing lands on Florrum, a container says "CARGO". The buttons on the holoprojector that Castas uses are marked "OFF", "ON", "DISTANCE", "CALL", "PLANET" and "RANGE". Graffiti outside of Tiggs Leo's tavern says "ROGER ROGER" - the typical response of a B1 battle droid. A poster over the entrance reads "CORUSCANT BALLROOM". Many of the bottles behind the bar are labeled "SODA". There are numerous posters inside the cantina: "MAX REEBO [sic]" - "CORUSCANT NIGHTS", a travel advertisement for "RYLOTH", a Hutt pin-up which shows a voluptuous Hutt and the text "TO GARY" - "XOXO" (also seen outside the tavern), a Rodian pin-up - "TO JASON" - XOXO" (also seen outside the tavern; the poster is seen from far away and barely readable in this episode; the poster is shown in close-up in another cantina in "Pursuit of Peace"), an advertisement for "SODA", a red poster of a female Twi'lek which reads "SHOW GIRLS" (also seen on a screen on the Hover Taxi that Plo Koon and Ahsoka Tano uses), a poster shows a landscape similar to the Gungan sacred place on Naboo and a young woman wearing an outfit similar to the action attires worn by Padmé Amidala and her handmaidens in The Phantom Menace (it says "A BOO"), "SPACEWORLD", "STARGAZER" and "CORUSCANT NIGHTS". Other posters, too far away to read, can also be glimpsed. When the Jedi leave the cantina, graffiti over the entrance says "CUTE HONEY". Additional graffiti only produces gibberish. The "Sulcascy!" advertisement, previously seen on a billboard in "Duchess of Mandalore", is shown on a poster by the entrance and can also be glimpsed at the customs office and inside the cantina. Containers on Florrum are labeled "CARGO". When the Jedi are approaching the planet, Hondo Ohnaka's computer says "MOSHI" (the rest of the text on the screen is too small to read).
- In Clone Cadets, a computer in the Tipoca City Military Complex shows the text "BEGIN APPLICATION", "CONDITION MODIFICATION", "SELECTION" and "AUTOMATE", as well as "SET 1", "SET 2" and "SET 3".
- In "ARC Troopers", when General Grievous is communicating with Asajj Ventress, a green computer screen says "TEMOEDA TUREMETER". Fives and Echo have decals on their armor that says "HEVY". Count Dooku’s T-series tactical droid has the letter Trill (T) written on its chest. The display on a pair of macrobinoculars says, "REGULAR MODE", "INFRARED MODE", "MIN", "MAX", "ZOOM IN" and "ZOOM OUT".
- In "Supply Lines", a Jedi Temple display says "SAFETY ZONE" and "OUTTER RIM" [sic]. The display on a clone trooper's macrobinoculars reads "REGULAR MODE", "INFRARED MODE", "MIN", "MAX", "ZOOM IN" and "ZOOM OUT".
- In "Sphere of Influence", the blood sample analysis says "BLOOD TYPE 4667" . "RODIAN" . "NAME: GREEDO" . "LOCATION: TATOOINE" . "APPR[obscured]ION". A sign above the entrance to Chalmun's Spaceport Cantina reads "CANTINA".
- In "Corruption", the label on the bottles says "ARDEES BEVERAGE" and "AB" (Aurek and Besh). The bottom shows Aurebesh symbols and numbers, which carries no actual meaning.
- In "The Academy", during Ahsoka Tano's lectures, the board contains a lot of Aurebesh text. The left side shows a jagged and steep graph with the legend "THIS GRAPH REPRESENTS CORRUPTION RELATED CRIMES WITHIN MANDALORE". The text in the middle reads:
- IMPROPER AND UNLAWFUL MEANS QAS [sic]
- BRIBERYK [sic] D: A DEPARTURE FROM THE
- ORIGINAL OR FROM WHAT IS PURE OR
- "[obscured]S OF CORRUPTION INCLUDE:
- [obscured] OFFERING OF SOMETHING WHICH IS
- [obscured] OFTEN MONEY BUT CAN ALSO BE
- [obscured]C OR SERVICES IN ORDER TO GAIN
- [obscured]NFAIR ADVANTAGES.
- – EXTORTION
- THREATEINING [sic] OR INFLICTING HARM TO
- A PERSON, THEIR REPUTATION, OR
- THEIR PROPERTY
- IN ORDER TO OBTAIN
- MONEY, ACTIONS, SERVICES OR
- OTHER GOODS FROM THAT PERSON.
- – EMBEZZLEMENT
- THE ILLEGAL TAKING OR APPROPRIATION
- OF MONEY OR PROPERTY THAT HAS
- BEEN ENTRUSTED TO A PERSON BUT IS
- REALLY OWNED BY ANOTHER.
- – NEPOTISM
- THE PRACTICE OR INCLINATION TO FAVOR
- A PERSON OR GROUP WHO IS A RELATIVE
- OR FRIEND WHEN GIVING PROMOTIONS,
- JOBS, RAISES, AND OTHER BENEFITS
- TO EMPLOYEES.
- – PATRONAGE SYSTEMS
- THE GRANTING OF FAVORS,
- CONTRACTS, OR APPOINTMENTS TO
- POSITIONS BY A LOCAL PUBLIC OFFICE
- LEADER OR CANDIDATE FOR A POLITICAL
- OFFICE IN RETURN FOR POLITICAL
- "[obscured]S OF CORRUPTION INCLUDE:
- The text on the right side says:
- "CITIZENS OF [obscured]
- BE VIGILANT [obscured]
- STAND UNIT[obscured]
- CORRUPTION [obscured]
- THAT CORRU[obscured]
- CAN'T TAKE
- ROOT. UNITY [obscured]
- THE KEY TO
- "CITIZENS OF [obscured]
- "CORRUPTION IN MANDALOR [sic]
- SINCE THE TURN OF THE
- CENTURY CORRUPTIOON [sic] HAS
- BEEN ON THE RISE. AND NOW
- WITH THE CURRENT CHANGES
- IN THE MANDALORIAN
- GOVERNMENT AND THE
- REBELLION OF THE DEATH
- WATCH, CORRUPTION IS ONLY
- EXPECTED TO INCREASE. ONE
- MUST BE EDUCATED ABOUT
- CORRUPTION IN ORDER TO
- PREVENT IT. TAKE ACTION
- AND DO YOUR PART TO STOP CORRUPTION."
- "CORRUPTION IN MANDALOR [sic]
- During Ahsoka's first lecture, Soniee’s datapad says "CORRUPTION". When Soniee and her fellow students break into the Government warehouse, the datapad says "SEARCHING FOR CODE", "WAREHOUSE FLOORPLAN" [sic] and "ENTRARE" (Italian for "enter"), as well as various combinations of letters and numbers that don't mean anything. Inside the warehouse, various containers are labeled "CARGO".
- In "Assassin", one of the criminal profiles on Ahsoka's computer "BANNAMU" . "LAST SEEN ON RODIA" . "WANTED FOR ARMED ROBBERY". Another profile says, "MAYSANO" . "LAST SEEN ON RODIA" . "WANTED FOR MURDER". Another one says "AURRA SING" . "LAST SEEN ON CORUSCANT" . "WANTED FOR MURDER" . "APPROACH WITH EXTREME CAUTION". The touch-screen keyboard uses all the Aurebesh symbols from A (Aurek) to Z (Zerek) in alphabetical order.
- In "Evil Plans": Among the signs seen on Coruscant are "ONIGHT", "UGBS" (mirror-inverted), "SODA", "TELCOM", "ROSS", "HOT" (part of the Ross storefront), "NOODLE BAR", "VIDEO STORE", "PHONE" and "[obscured]ARET" (probably "CABARET, from "Lightsaber Lost"). The words "DROIDS SPA" can be seen over the entrance to the Coruscant droid spa, and signage outside the spa promises
- The signs inside promise "RECHARGE", "REPOLISH", "REPAIR", "REFIT". Advertisements for the Sulcasky! exhibition can be seen on buildings near the spa. Before When R2-D2 enters the spa, a sign on the building next door says "[obscured]SAGE". When the speeder brings C-3PO to Cad Bane, Bane is standing in front of a billboard which says "VIDEO STORE". Parts of another Aurebesh sign can be glimpsed near him. During 3PO's and R2's torture sessions in Bane's Coruscant base", the red screen says "LOADING". When the protocol droid is tortured, the screen says "C-3PO" : "HUMAN CYBORG RELATIONS", and also displays a jumble of symbols and numbers that don't mean anything. When his astromech partner is going through the ordeal, the screen shows Aurebesh gibberish, most of which is upside-down. When IG-86 is searching for R2, two posters promising "CORUSCANT NIGHTS" are seen. When IG-86 remarks that Bane will not be pleased if they come back empty handed, a building sign says "MASSAGE". A red sign is glimpsed on a nearby building; it says "[obscured]EN" (the same design can be seen outside the Trueping's cantina in the Season 4 episode "Deception", where it says "OPEN").
- In "Hunt for Ziro", the Hutt council records datapad says, "HUTT CLAN RECORDS".
- IN "Heroes on Both Sides", when Grievous is communicating with Dooku, a green screen says "TEMOEDA TUREMETER 86,784", "[obscured]OPHSI [obscured]TITLES", "[obscured]ATOR", "[obscured]ATION", "CHRYSTOPSIS [sic] STATION", "MOON M-1", "SIZE: 6,584", "WEIGHT: 2,457", "ALHERO: 021", "2ND QUADRANT" and "[obscured]US CHECK". Various other display screen in the episode show tiny letters and are unreadable. Each of Grievous's demolition droids have "CSD-23" stenciled on their domes (CSD for "Coruscant Sanitation Department"). When the demolition droids are infiltrating Coruscant, a sign with green letters says "SECURED HAS SEC[obscured] FROM[obscured] SEPAR[obscured, probably SEPARATIST] CONT[obscured, presumed to be CONTROL]". The Star Tours advertisement from "Lightsaber Lost" can also be seen. When the clone trooper checks the droids, the hologram says "GENERATOR LEVEL 5000". During the power failure, the Sulcasky! advertisement from Season 2 can be seen as a poster on a wall. Another poster also shows Aurebesh symbols. The word "PHONE" runs vertically down a wall. "ROSS", "HOT" (on the Ross storefront) and "CABARET" appear on various signs. Other signs can also be glimpsed.
- In "Pursuit of Peace", when Mas Amedda receives the message from Count Dooku, Amedda's computer screen says "! URGENT". When discussing the suggested loan from the InterGalactic Banking Clan, Bail Organa's datapad says "INTERESTS COMPOUNDED DAILY". Among the signage seen on Coruscant are "TONIGHT", "CABARET" and "HOT" (part of the Ross storefront). Parts of other signs are also seen. A building that Padmé Amidala zooms by in her speeder bike reads "ROSS". She also drives by advertisements for Star Tours and Sulcascy! from Season 2. Various posters previously seen in Tiggs Leo's tavern in "Lethal Trackdown" are re-used in an unidentified cantina for this episode: The Rodian pin-up - ("TO JASON" - XOXO"), "SPACEWORLD", the Dasha Sigweed poster (only "DA" and "SI" can be seen), the poster of an unidentified Bith musician (seen next to the Bith band), the unidentified female singer (seen in the close-up of a Twi'lek dancer - only the legs of the singer are visible in this episode, and some of the symbols are obscured), a mirror-inverted version of the Max Rebo poster (only the symbols "EBO" and "NIGHTS" (as in "Coruscant Nights") are visible to the viewer). A billboard on Coruscant says "RYLOTH, and another one says "KASHYK [sic] WELCOMES YOU". The Coruscant police speeder lists their jurisdition ("CORUSCANT POLICE SECTOR 417") as well as an emergency contact number ("POLICE 9-1-1"). When Robonino and Chata Hyoki escape, a building says "SALE" (part of the façade of the Ross shops).
- In Nightsisters", a screen in Asajj Ventress' starfighter ship says "CRAFT IN RANGE", "SCAN" and "SHIP SCAN" (the remaining text is unreadable). When Ventress shoots at Anakin Skywalker and Obi-Wan Kenobi, another screen says "WEAPONS ARMED". Ratch's salvage ship has nose art of a Tusken Raider with the word "RAIDER" written in Aurebesh.
- In "The Citadel", the Bad Kitty appears in the Jedi Temple Hangar. A screen inside the Citadel commando central says "THE CITADEL EXTERIOR". The text on the video monitor says "ANOMALY DETECTED ON CORRIDOR 13" . "SECURITY CAMERA BLOCK 4: ON" . "CELL 12 MALFUNCTION" . "REACTORS 3 AND 6 MALFUNCTION". On Anakin’s binoculars, the word "RANGE" is seen in the display. The little screen on the torture droid shows Aurebesh symbols (gibberish).
- In "Counterattack", a group of containers are labeled "CARGO". The text on the screen inside the commando central, from "The Citadel", reappears.
- In "Citadel Rescue", a Plo's Bros gunship is used in a rescue from the Citadel.
- In "Padawan Lost", the HCT-2001 Dragonboat-class freighter is marked "REUGEOT 905" and "ATR". The display of Plo Koon’s macrobinoculars says "RANGE".
- In "Wookiee Hunt", the Ubrikkian floating fortress has white Aurebesh letters on the floor; the middle part is obscured, but first part is "CLEA", while the last letters are "SEA". The nose art of the Halo shows a tooka doll with a knife, with Aurebesh reading "NICE PLAYING WITH YA". The HCT-2001 Dragonboat-class freighter is used by the Trandoshan hunters.
- In "Water War", display on Kit Fisto's electrobinoculars says "RANGE". The episode’s Trivia Gallery on StarWars.com shows that the nose art on Kit’s gunship features a cartoon of a bomb with Kit's face on it, with "SERVICE WITH A SMILE" written in Aurebesh underneath. However, the Aurebesh cannot be seen in the final episode, due to distance and camera angles.
- In "Prisoners", an aqua droid's display reads "IDENTIFIED", "SCAN MODE", "EYE SCAN" and "PRINCE LEE CHAR [sic] IDENTIFIED".
- In "Mercy Mission", when R2-D2's plugs into the communication station, the display reads "SECTION 9". Among R2’s data are "RUN PROGRAM", "RUN PLAN", various combinations of "CT" plus various numbers, "PROGRESS", "SET 1", "SET 2", "SET 3", "ENS", "SECTION A", "CURRENT STATUS", "PERCENTAGE COMPLETE", "SECTION", "SECTION LOADING", "SCAN", "SCAN COMPLETE", "LOADING", "STATION A", "SECTION B", "SECTION 1", "SECTION 2", "SECTION 3", "SECTION 4", "SECTION 5", "SECTION 6", "SECTION 7", "SECTION 8", plus various text that only produces gibberish, and various Aurebesh symbols and combinations of letters and numbers. Plo's Bros take part in the humanitarian relief expedition.
- In "Darkness on Umbara", Anakin Skywalker's macrobinoculars read "REGULAR MODE", "INFRARED MODE", "MIN", "MAX", "ZOOM IN" and "ZOOM OUT". The AT-RTs have the letter Trill (T) painted on them.
- In "The General", Captain Rex's and Pong Krell's macrobinoculars read "REGULAR MODE", "INFRARED MODE", "MIN", "MAX", "ZOOM IN" and "ZOOM OUT".
- In "Carnage of Krell", clone trooper Kix has a tattoo on his head that says "A GOOD DROID IS A DEAD ONE". Captain Rex's macrobinoculars display says "REGULAR MODE", "INFRARED MODE", "MIN", "MAX", "ZOOM IN" and "ZOOM OUT".
- In "Kidnapped", the "TECORA" has its name written on its hull in Aurebesh type,  as well as the words "DELTA S-9" and "S9" on the trailing edge of its wings. The display on the bomb attached to the back of the tactical droid reads "GHOOOE". The AT-RTs with the letter Trill (T) are used on Kiros. The word "DANGER" is written over the door where the blixus is kept. A wall in the cockpit of the TECORA says "3KT" in mirror-inverted Aurebesh.
- In "Slaves of the Republic", the Tecora is used to infiltrate Zygerria.
- In "Escape from Kadavo", the Tecora is used to land at the Kadavo slave processing facility. The Aurebesh found on some of the display screens in facility reads "APPROACH VECTOR LOCKED", "HOLDING CELL BAY DOOR ACTIVATED, "FACILITY OPERATIONS ARE RUNNING AT MAXIMUM CAPACITY", and "TRANSPORT OF SLAVES IS STRICTLY PROHIBITED WITHOUT PROPER IDENTIFICATION". The episode’s Trivia Gallery on StarWars.com shows a display screen that says "ZYGERRIAN NEWS" : "CELEBRATION IN THE EAST PROVINCE" . "15-DAY REVOLT ENDS THREE-DECADE RULE. FULL STORY TONIGHT AT 89:76 PTM" . "TODAY’S WEATHER" : "RAIN WILL MOVE INTO THE CITY. THUNDER STORMS ARE POSSIBLE IN THE HIGHLANDS. THIS AFTERNOON TWO TOURISTS FROM ALDERAAN DIED IN A SPEED BIKE ACCIDENT. OBVIOUSLY THEY SPENT TOO MUCH TIME IN THE CANTINA IN MOS EISLEY." "CELEBRATION IN THE EAST PROVINCE" . "15-DAY REVOLT ENDS THREE-DECADE RULE. FULL STORY TONIGHT AT 89:76 PTM" . "SPEED BIKE ACCIDENT. OBVIOUSLY THEY SPENT TOO MUCH TIME IN THE CANTINA IN MOS EISLEY." (Note: While the screen is seen in the throne room of the Zygerrian Royal Palace, it is too far away to be read in the final episode). The Plo's Bros are used in the Kadavo rescue.
- In "Deception", when Obi-Wan Kenobi, Anakin Skywalker and Ahsoka Tano are taking a walk through the nightly streets of Coruscant, a sign says "NOODLES BAR". A round sign in the background shows Aurebesh symbols, but it is too far away to be read. There is an advertisement for "SODA", and the Star Tours advertisement from "Lightsaber Lost" can be glimpsed. A red neon sign outside Trueping's says "OPEN". A blue billboard outside the club (at the top of the picture) says "KL FJK GD" and "FAD FA FED". The bottom of a couple of Aurebesh signs can be glimpsed outside the club. When the unidentified Anacondan bartender asks, "What's your pleasure?", a bottle of "PHATTRO" is on the counter (also seen when the Anakin and Ahsoka arrive). Graffiti by the bar says "GOOBER". (More graffiti, gibberish, can be seen in the corridor and the backrooom.) There is a screen above the bar, with Aurebesh text without any actual meaning. During Obi-Wan’s transformation, the computer screens read "FULL BODY CHECK" . "SCAN 1" and "SCAN" . "HEAD" . "MATCH" . "HARDEEN". There are several posters in the hallway leading to the backroom in the cantina, and the backroom itself. There is one for DJ RANGTHANG", and one for for Sy Snootles (also seen in the bar room) which says "THE SY SNOOTLES SHOW" . "IN PERSON" . "SY SNOOTLES". "SOMEWHERE ON CORUSCANT". "FRI - SAT 12 - 4" . "SOLD OUT"." (Note: The first sentence is shown in the episode guide, but is not visible in the final episode.) A travel poster says "VISIT PANTORA", and another poster says "KIROS". There is a poster for a beauty pageant: According to the episode’s Trivia Gallery on StarWars.com, it says "MISS THEELIN LIVE" . "A PURPLE PEOPLE PARTY PRODUCTION" . "COMING TO A GALAXY NEAR YOU THIS WINTER"; However, only the word "THEELIN" is readable in the final episode. The episode's Trivia Gallery shows an advertisement for "THE BEST DRINK IN TOWN" : "TRUEPING'S"; However, the advertisement is missing from the actual episode (although it does appear in later episodes). Signage on Coruscant read "ROSS", "SALE" and "HOT" - the latter two are part of the Ross façade. The prisoners in the Republic Judiciary Central Detention Center have the word "PRISONER" printed on their uniforms. A posters in a prison cell reads "VISIT MALASTARE", and the Hutt pin-up from "Lethal Trackdown" ("TO GARY" - "XOXO") and the pin-up of a female Rodian from "Lethal Trackdown" and "Pursuit of Peace" (too far away to be read in this episode) are also seen. A fourth poster shows Aurebesh symbols, but is too far away. The display on the lock mechanism for the incineration facility says "LOCKED". When Obi-Wan opens it, the display reads "UNLOCKED". The display inside the room say "CREMATION CHAMBER" and "PRIMARY LOCK ENGAGED". The prisoners escape in a Coruscant police speeder, first seen in "Pursuit of Peace".
- In "Friends and Enemies", "Rako Hardeen's" (Obi-Wan's), Moralo Eval's and Cad Bane's prison fatigues have the word "PRISONER" printed on the arm. When Obi-Wan is buying a starship on Nal Hutta, the Tecora is parked in the background. Walls inside the ship that Obi-Wan buys are emblazoned with the text "TK9" and "K3" (the latter is mirror-inverted). When Obi-Wan contacts the Jedi, a screen in the Jedi Temple says "SAFETY ZONE". Signage at the Orondia fueling depot includes: "BOUNTY EMPORIUM" (the episode’s Trivia Gallery on StarWars.com reveals that the complete text is "BOUNTY EMPORIUM" : "ALWAYS OPEN" : "BOUNTY NEVER SLEEPS"), and "SALES" (the Trivia Gallery reveals that the complete text is ""SPEEDER SALES"). The Trivia Gallery also shows additional signage that is unreadable in the final episode: ""EAT AT KOE'S", "SECURITY SERVICES", "CRAFT REPAIR AND MAINTENANCE", "REPAIR RACK DROID SERVICES", "ORONDIA TOURS", "METEOR CAFE", and "THE PILOT'S LOUNGE" - "LIVE BAND EVERY NIGHT".
- In "The Box", when Count Dooku questions Moralo Eval’s ability to lead, a screen in the control room of the Box says "CAM 1". The datafile on Rako Hardeen shows Aurebesh text that is too small to read.
- In "Crisis on Naboo" a hangar in Theed has several containers labeled "CARGO". One of them also reads "MAX WEIGHT 3000". Obi-Wan's data device says "DOOR FUNCTION OVERIDE" [sic]. A firework display resembles the Star Wars opening crawl. A picture for the episode’s Trivia Gallery on StarWars.com shows that the display has yellow Aurebesh writing that says: "847 YEARS AGO NABOO JOINED THE REPUBLIC". However, this cannot be seen in the final episode. The side of the shield generator says "CAUTION".
- In "Bounty", a door in the subtram station on Quarzite says "BAY 3". When Asajj Ventress returns after delivering the bounty, a starship says "HOUND'S TOOTH".
- In "Brothers", a container in the Stobar spaceport says "CARGO". Outside the Plop Dribble's diner, there are advertisements for "SECURITY SERVICES", "OUTER RIM SUPPLY CO", "REPAIR RA[obscured] " and "CRAFT REPAIT [sic] AND MAINTENANCE" (the last two words are written in very small letters, and are barely visible). The speeders used by the spaceport police droids say "POLICE"; additional text on the speeders is too small to read. The door of the diner says "OPEN". Inside, there's a bottle of "PHATTRO" on the counter. The signage inside the diner reads "PLOB DRIBBLE'S GALAXY DINER" and "DP. Loubo has a tattoo on his right arm of a double-heart that says "MOM" in Aurebesh; the right shoulder of his uniform says "PLOB DRIBBLE'S"; the left shoulder says "LOUBO" and his hat says "PD". "PD" is also printed on Sassi's uniform. The Turtle Tanker that Savage Opress commandeers has "DMC" written on the hull. The walls in the starship "STAY CLEAR OF DOOR", "DOOR SEAL [sic] WHEN TAKEOFF" and "OMG CMR". By the airlock, there are several posters developed for Trueping's bar in "Deception", but they are too far away to be read in this episode. A Kiros poster, from the same episode, is in the cockpit, but only the first two symbols ("KI") are seen.
- In "Revenge", the Turtle Tanker is used to travel to Dathomir and Raydonia. Inside the ship, by the airlock, there are several Aurebesh posters - advertisements for Miss Theelin, DJ Rang Thang, Trueping’s and Sy Snootles - created for Trueping's for the episode "Deception". A computer screen inside the ship reads "AUTO PILOT ENGAGING ", and the computer meny shows Aurebesh symbols. Bounties listed in Chalmun's Spaceport Cantina are: "NIM MINDBEND" - "WANTED" : "DEAD" for "KIDNAPPING, THEFT AND MURDER" - "REWARD: 120,000"; "OMAR TOGGS - "WANTED" : "DEAD" or "ALIVE" for "RACKETEERING AND EXTORTION" - "REWARD: 75,000"; "ZUG TASSIK" - "WANTED" : "DEAD" or "ALIVE" for "MASS MURDER" - "REWARD: 800,000"; "SAVAGE OPRESS" - "WANTED" for "FLEEING THE SCENE OF A CRIME" - "REWARD: 550,000" (even though the bounty hunters say Savage is worth a million credits). The bounties also list "LAST KNOWN LOCATION". When Obi-Wan and Asajj Ventress flee the scene in the Turtle Tanker’s cockpit, the computer screen says "UNLOCKED".
- In "Revival", in the background of Hondo Ohnaka's camp is a huge piece of superstructure with the Aurebesh words "HONDO'S SALVAGE" - "PRICES SLASHED" stenciled on it, and a container says "CARGO". The hull of the Zygerrian slave ship says "AT-9". After the crash, inscription on a chest says "1543FSSAPO".
- In "A War on Two Fronts", the recon droid's display reads "XB29" . "MS38" . "HV78" . "AX2945" . "DT3859" . "FR7831" .
- In "Front Runners", the night vision display says "NIGHT VISION VIEW".
- In "The Soft War", the display on Dono's electrobinoculars says "RANGE". The Aurebesh instructions on Kalani's torture machine include "KILL SWITCH", "HOLD" and "LEVEL".
- In "Tipping Points", a container on Florrum says "CARGO".
- In "A Test of Strength", the holoprojector menu says "ENGINE WORK AREW" [sic]; below that the Wesk (W) symbol is seen, with the number 82 underneath; two buttons are marked with an Aurek (A), and another button is marked with a Besh (B).
- In "Bound for Rescue", the display on Katooni's and Byph's electrobinoculars says "RANGE".
- In "A Necessary Bond", a screen in the pirate tank that the Padawans steal, says "VELOCITY LEVEL" and "WARNING". Another display says "COM LINK". Containers in the Jedi cruiser say "CARGO".
- In "Secret Weapons", a screen in the Jedi Temple communication center reads "ENGAGE" and "QUADRANT H001". Another screen says "RENDEZVOUS 887". When Meebur Gascon is walking on the table, a panel says "SYNCH" [spelled like that]. The hazard labels on R2-D2's enhanced booster rockets read: "WARNING": "SUPERCHARGER BOOST MUST NOT EXCEED 150 PERCENT" and "KEEP BACK." The hazard label on U9-C4's laser cutter advises "EXTREME CAUTION" - "DO NOT LOOK DIRECTLY INTO LASER BEAM". The interior hatch says "CAUTION". A green screen in the Separatist dreadnought says "CHRYSTOPSIS" [sic], "MOON M-1", "SIZE", "WEIGHT", "ALHERO" and "QUADRANT". Commander Gascon's data display reads ""MINUS 50 M", "TRACKING" and "DATA PROCESSING". When Gascon has U9-C4 cause a temporary power outage, the mechanism C4 plugs into carries the warning "DANGER". The control pad for the decoding module vault's artificial gravity says "LEVEL", and also shows various combinations of letters and numbers.
- In "A Sunny Day in the Void", R2's planetary data read "ABAFAR" . "LARGE DESERT" . "CLIMATE: DRY: [sic]" . "VEGETATION: NONE" . "POSSIBLE SETTLEMENTS". Curiously, the colons are from the High Galactic alphabet and not Aurebesh. R2 is wearing his enhanced booster rockets.
- In "Missing in Action", Borkus's diner has a sign that reads "OWER SLIDERS" – according to the episode's Trivia Gallery, it would have read "POWER SLIDERS", but the disrepair rampant throughout Pons Ora means the "P" (Peth) has fallen off. Other signage in Pons Ora is:
- The most common signs in the mining town are "CLOSED" (on a building next to the diner), "OUT OF BUSINESS" (inside the diner and on the streets), "FINAL SALE" (on a building next to the diner) and "FOR LEASE" (on a window when Gregor goes home). The entrance to Power Sliders says "OPEN", and the yellow menu behind the counter says "POWER SLIDERS" and promises "EWOK JERKY", "NUNA GUMBO", "EOOPIE [sic] STEW" and "FAMBAA DELIGHT". In town, there are posters based on classic LucasArts adventure games, but done with a Star Wars twist: "KOWAKIAN MONKEY ISLAND" (refers to the Monkey Island games, and based on the cover art for for the fourth game in the series, Escape from Monkey Island), "FULL THROTTLE" - with a swoop bike (refers to the computer adventure game Full Throttle) (seen when WAC-47 talks about oil baths), and "DAY OF THE SARLACC" (refers to Day of the Tentacle) (seen after Garson is thrown out of the diner). The dilapidated buildings in Pons Ora sport several hand-posted bills:
- In the alley behind the diner, there are several Aurebesh posters – advertisements for DJ Rangthang, Miss Theelin, Trueping's and Sy Snootles – previously seen in Season 4. The door to Gregor’s apartment shows that he lives in number "6C". A poster inside the apartment says "KIROS". R2’s data on Gregor reads "STATUS" : "MIA" : "BATTLE OF SERRISH" (according to the Trivia Gallery, this is the battle of Sarrish from the comic Routine Valor, even though it is spelled differently) and "GREGOR-39 55-739" . "SGT 1ST CLASS" (even though Gascon refers to Gregor as Captain) . "[numbers] ATTACK BATTALION" . "FOXTROT GROUP" . "HEIGHT [numbers]" ."WEIGHT [numbers]" . "G-OR". Various containers in the Separatist mining facility are marked with the word "CARGO". The Nu-class attack shuttle has an extra cargo pod, stenciled with the serial number "PT019-U", slung beneath the ship's main hull.
- In "Point of No Return", Aurebesh text can be seen on data displays in the Republic cruiser.
- In "Eminence", a banner in the Black Sun facility carries Aurebesh text.
- In "Shades of Reason", various containers at the Sundari shipping docks are labeled "CARGO".
- In "The Lawless", the display on the speeder used by Korkie Kryze and his fellow cadets includes "GPS", "NAVIGATION", "FUEL", "EQUALIZED", "HEADING" and every Aurebesh symbol from D (Dorn) to K (Krill). During the chase, the speeder enters "HANGAR 1". When Obi-Wan Kenobi is viewing Satine Kryze's message, the hologram says "SERVICE" (mirror-inverted, as the hologram is seen from behind) and also contains the letter A (Aurek). The Twilight sports a cartoonish illustration of Anakin Skywalker as a boy podracer, with Aurebesh text that says "WIZARD!!!" When Obi-Wan attempts to escape with Satine, various containers at the landing platform are labeled "CARGO".
- In "Sabotage", the Lucky Lekku is the gunship that carries Captain Rex on Cato Neimoidia. Russo-ISC's datapad says "JACKAR BOWMANI" . "LOCATION" : "JEDI TEMPLE" . "J-OP". The hologram reads "JACKAR BOWMANI" . "LOCATION" : "JEDI TEMPLE" . "SEX" : "MALE" . "HEIGHT" : "6,6 [???] FT" . "WEIGHT" : 1[blurred]" . "J-OP". The Temple protesters' signs say "THE JEDI ARE CORRUPT" (the word "CORRUPT" also runs vertically on each side of the sign) and "STOP CLONING VIOLENCE!". In the Jedi Temple Hangar, Ahsoka Tano's scanner says "DETECT", "SCANNING" and "R" (Resh). A data device in Jackar Bowmani's apartment says "CORP[obscured]". The Miss Theelin advertisement can be seen outside the door when the Jedi leave the apartment. Walls on the street outside carry Aurebesh graffiti. Various street signs read "PAWP" (the last symbol (Peth) is upside down). Another sign says "3K3". A "VIDEO STORE" sign can be seen when Letta Turmond is running.
- In "The Jedi Who Knew Too Much", a screen in the Jedi Temple communication center says "COURSE COL-HB69". When Ahsoka Tano is scanned at the Republic military base, the screen reads "PERSONNEL SCANNER", "COMLINK" and "WEAPON". The security monitors at cell block 121811 show "FEED 5" (Wat Tambor), "FEED 6" (Whorm Loathsom), "FEED 7" (Letta Turmond) and "FEED 8" (Poggle the Lesser). When Anakin Skywalker attempts to see Ahsoka, a screen reads "BLOCK EIGHT-NIN[obscured] and "ALL LEVELS CLEAR". The monument at the center of the Republic military base plaza says "BATTLT TT GEONOSIS" (some of the Ts (Trills) are sideways or upside-down), in mirror-inverted Aurebesh, and is decorated with Aurebesh symbols. (According to the episode guide, it is supposed to read "BATTLE OF GEONOSIS", and lists the names of the clone troopers that fell in action in the first battle of the Clone Wars.) In the pipe system, several walls are marked with the letter Yirt (V), and various doors say "LOCK".
- In "To Catch a Jedi", the wanted poster for Ahsoka Tano reads: "WARRANT FOR ARREST" : "AHSOKA TANO, JEDI, ARMED AND DANGEROUS". The helmets and backs of the uniforms of the Coruscant underworld police are decorated with the symbols "PD". A travel poster for Pantora, previously seen at Trueping's in "Deception", can be seen on board the Coruscant train, but parts of it is ripped off, so that only the "VISI" and "AN" in "VISIT PANTORA" remains. There's a also a "DJ RANGTHANG" poster. A third poster can also be seen, with parts of it ripped off and therefore unreadable. A screen inside the train reads "TRANSPORT LINE A" : "LOOP D" : "INBOUND" . "TRANSPORT LINE B" : "INBOUND" . "CARGO LINE H" : "DELAYED" . "TRANSPORT LINE G" : "LOOP R" : "CLOSED". The hovertrain map lists the following in-joke stops:
- "VALLEY VILLAGE"
- "NORTH HOLLYWOOD"
- "BURBANK" - previously seen on a list of destinations at the Coruscant train station in "Lightsaber Lost"
- "BEVERLY BLVD"
- "LAUREL CANYON"
- "COACH HOUSE"
- "SKYWALKER RANCH"
- "BIG ROCK RANCH"
- "SKINWALKER RANCH"
- The words "TURBO LFIT" [sic] are seen by the entrance to the turbolifts (easier to spot when Ahsoka exits the lift tube). After she enters the elevator, a wall says "B1". A display inside the lift tube reads "FLOOR 127654". The Republic police gunships are emblazoned with the text "POLICE" and "45074-L". When Asajj Ventress leads Ahsoka away, a yellow sign says "RANRLO" (or possibly "RANDLO"; one of the symbols is partially obscured), and red signs say "CVOY" and "CVOY PAWN". When Anakin Skywalker spots his Padawan with Ventress, a wall reveals their location as "TERMINAL 24". Outside of Ventress' home, a yellow sign says "HOTEL" (also seen by the warehouse) and a blue one says "VACANCY". A round sign with an illustration on it says "[obscured]ANCE". When Ahsoka contacts Barriss Offee via a public holographic system, two posters previously seen in Tiggs Leo's tavern in "Lethal Trackdown" can be seen by the "phone booth"; one of the unidentified female singer (parts of the poster have been ripped off, so that some of the letters and the singer's head are missing), and one of the unidentified Bith musician (seen through the eye of the probe droid and on a Hover Taxi advertisement). While Ahsoka and Ventress are fighting the clone troopers, an upside-down sign reads "VIDEO STORE". Another sign says "KIYM". The crates of nano-droids are labeled "BIOHAZARD".
- In "The Wrong Jedi", during Ahsoka's trial in the Chamber of Judgment, Yoda's data screen reads "VERDICT" and displays the letter Vev (V). Yellow signs in Ventress' neighborhood say "HOTEL" and a blue sign says "VACANCY". A red and purple signs says "KIYM". A "concert solo" poster can be seen on the "phone booth" used by Ahsoka in the previous episode, and on a wall when Anakin is talking to Ventress. When Anakin and Ventress are fighting, a run-down version of the "concert every night" poster can be seen behind them (some of the letters are faded or ripped off). Next to it, the "Kashyk [sic] welcomes you" poster from "Pursuit of Peace" can be seen; most of it is missing, and all that remains of the caption is "HYK" and "YOU". Parts of an upside down "VIDEO STORE" sign can be glimpsed when Anakin is interrogating Ventress. When Ventress and Anakin are talking, an advertisement for Phattro is seen on a wall (two of the symbols are faded). Next to it, a poster which shows a large tree says "[obscured]LTECT [obscured]RUSCANT [obscured]EEN PARK". As Anakin leaves Ventress, Aurebesh symbols can be glimpsed on yellow sign.
- In the Star Wars: Empire at War Gold pack Prima hint book, "STAR WARS EMPIRE AT WAR" is written in Aurebesh at the bottom of the page.
- In Star Wars: Republic Commando, some of the terminals have written in Aurebesh, "I HATE COMPUTERS SO MUCH."
- In a few instances, notably in Star Wars: Jedi Knight: Mysteries of the Sith, inscriptions appear mirror-inverted to denote capital letters.
- In Star Wars: Jedi Knight: Jedi Academy, when searching for Lannik Racto, players see a sign on Coruscant with a Kel Dor that translates into, "EXERCISE EXTREME CAUTION ON ALL WALKWAYS".
- In Jedi Knight: Jedi Academy, when on the level where players must gather spare pieces from the crashed merchant ship for their own, a door in their own ship reads as: "Room", another door reads "SHIP GATE", a computer screen reads "DANGER", another computer screen says "TARGET SHIP DANGER",
- In Jedi Knight: Jedi Academy, on Byss, a crate reads "IMPERIAL", a computer screen reads "BYSS SHIP" next to the Raven's Claw, some doors read "GATE", some walls read "HALL", a panel reads "JHD GUI", a computer screen reads "CONTOL OF THE".
- In Jedi Knight: Jedi Academy, in desert maps, a poster reads "RANCOR VITA BREVIS", a panel reads "SECURITY STATION",
- In Jedi Knight: Jedi Academy, on Coruscant, many billboards can be seen, reading "SPEED SWOOP GARAGE. REASONABLE RATES PARTS AND SERVICE.", "THE GALAXIES GREATEST JUNK SHOP NEW AND USED DROID PARTS. ONLY THE BEST!!!", and "OUTPOST A COMMUNICATIONS OUTPOST --SECTOR FIVE--" also, a wanted poster can be seen reading "WANTED: OBI-WAN KENOBI. ACCUSED OF TREASON, RESISTING ARREST, AND UNLAWFUL USE OF THE FORCE. ANYONE WITH INFORMATION IS TO CONTACT EMPEROR PALPATINE UNDER PENALTY OF DEATH."
- In the main screen menus of Star Wars: Jedi Knight: Dark Forces II, Star Wars: Battlefront II, and Star Wars: Republic Commando Aurebesh is shown.
- In Star Wars: Jedi Knight II: Jedi Outcast, Imperial solider turned mercenary Kyle Katarn enters the three-letter communication code for Rogue Squadron in Aurebesh into the Doomgiver communication system. The code spells out "THX", an allusion to George Lucas's first filmTHX 1138 (1971), as well as to his sound-system company THX.
- On the menu of the PC version of Star Wars: Jedi Knight: Jedi Academy Aurebesh is seen scrolling in the background, and when players move the mouse over the choices they turn to Roman.
- In Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic II: The Sith Lords, Aurebesh writing can be seen on the outside wall of the cantina on Citadel Station. Additionally, a sign above the entrance to the cantina says "Cantina".
- In the mission briefings of Star Wars: Galactic Battlegrounds, Aurebesh text accompanies the depicted elements on screen. Although translatable, they do not equate to meaningful phrases. Some players have tried to read them and find amusing messages.
- In Star Wars Galaxies, all text that appears as part of the game world—on screens, signs, displays, plaques, posters, and labels—is written in Aurebesh and makes sense when transliterated to English.
- In Star Wars: Bounty Hunter, Aurebesh appears in the menu, as well as several signs throughout the game. A sign in the level "Entertainment District" reads "I'm selling these fine leather jackets..." an inside joke previously featured in other Lucasarts games.
- In Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic, Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic II: The Sith Lords, and Star Wars: Empire at War the Aurebesh symbol for credits appears above the total amount of credits.
- In the beginning of the Star Wars: Empire at War scenarios, where the player chooses sides, an Aurebesh text advertising Petroglyph occupies most of the screen.
- In the Rhen Var citadel level from Star Wars: Battlefront, there is a secret message written on the wall, next to the stairs at the observatory. It says "Rhen Var Is Cold." However, the "E" and the "N" in "Rhen" is switched with each other. It is also on a high part of the outside of the observatory.
- Some objects in Star Wars: DroidWorks (for example, a water tank) are labeled in Aurebesh.
- When the website for the Wizards of the Coast Star Wars Roleplaying Game first went online, it featured a couple of lines of Aurebesh as decoration. One of these lines could be translated to "**** YOU", and was removed as soon as Wizards was notified of this.
- In the Revenge of the Sith video game, the movie titles on the movies menu are in Aurebesh, then they change to Roman letters as players scroll over them.
- In Star Wars: Demolition, an energy absorption bonus is in the form of a floating yellow Aurek; a deflector shield bonus in the form of a floating bluish Besh; and a cloaking shield bonus in the form of a floating hot pink Krill.
- In Star Wars: The Clone Wars: Jedi Alliance on the second Dathomir level, in the area with the two pillars, the piller on the left says WEST in Aurebesh, and the one on the right says EAST (but the letters on each are the wrong way round, like a mirror image).
- In the PS3/Xbox 360 fighting game "Soul Calibur IV", Darth Vader, The Apprentice, and Yoda each have extra lightsabers with the Aurebesh letters, representing its various weapon effects.
- In Star Wars: TIE Fighter (as well as Star Wars: X-wing vs. TIE Fighter and Star Wars: X-wing Alliance) the Aurebesh symbols "NGC" are found on the backside of Delta-class DX-9 stormtrooper transports, which may have been referenced by the NGC-1710-shuttle in the Death Star novel.
- Also in Star Wars: TIE Fighter and Star Wars: X-wing vs. TIE Fighter, the phrase "Nick was Here" can be found on the side of the PROBE/1. Capital letters are denoted by enlarged symbols.
- In the Original Trilogy Edition of Monopoly, the banknotes are written in Aurebesh. The translation cipher, identical to the one on this page, is provided on the back of the rules booklet.
- The Vjun map in Star Wars Battlefront: Elite Squadron has Imperial recruitment posters written in Aurebesh.
- On the website for the upcoming MMORPG "Star Wars: The Old Republic", each class is presented with a subtitle in Aurebesh. The translate as follows: Trooper - Freedom's Shield, Smuggler - Galactic Profiteer, Jedi Knight - Savior of the Galaxy, Jedi Consular - Republic Unifier, Bounty Hunter - Fearsome Trackers, Sith Warrior - The Harbinger of Doom, Imperial Agent - Master of Deception, Sith Inquisitor - Dark Council Aspirant,also on the concept art for each character it reads "SCHEMATICS."
- In Star Wars: The Force Unleashed (video game), a screen on the Empircal displays the words "Victor Tancredi Ballugera" in Aurebesh.
- In Star Wars: The Force Unleashed II for Xbox, PS3, and PC Windows, the Aurek symbol can be seen flashing on signs on Kamino. Yet the symbol is depicted backwards. Also when you are on Cato Neimoidia, the password to enter one of the rooms is Besh six times.
- In Star Wars: The Old Republic Aurebesh symbols can be seen cycling on screens. Most of the Aurebesh text makes sense if transliterated into English.
- In Dawn of the Jedi, the Force Hounds have tattoos of their Aurebesh letter name on their faces and bodies. The Force Hound Trill also has her letter on her belt.
- In Star Wars: Dawn of the Jedi 3: Force Storm, Part 3, the hull of Xesh's escape pod says "PREDOR TUL'KAR" (as Temple Master Quan-Jang points out).
- In Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic 2: Commencement, Part 2, the holovid contains the words "NEWS ALERT", "MURDER", "ZAYNE", "JEDI PADAWAN", "HELP" and "ALERT". Part two of the holovid contains the text "GRYPH" and "ALERT" (with the last two letters obscured). In the Kedorzhan pub, the holovid contains the text "ALERT" and "JEDI".
- Before Gryph blows up the solar shield generator in Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic 10: Flashpoint, Part 3, "S:.!" and "FLASHPOINT SUN RI[obscured]" can be read on a screen while the Mandalorians are listening to his little speech. The name "FLASHPOINT" (partially obscured by a word balloon) can be seen over the entrance to Flashpoint Station.
- In Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic 13: Days of Fear, Part 1 and Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic 15: Days of Fear, Part 3, the name of the "LITTLE BIVOLI" is written in green letters on the ship's hull.
- The hull of the Arkanian Legacy, as seen in Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic 16: Nights of Anger, Part 1, is decorated with the letter Aurek (A) for Adascorp.
- The ship's atrium is emblazoned with large, red Aureks, as shown in Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic 17: Nights of Anger, Part 2.
- Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic 19: Daze of Hate, Part 1 shows two Aureks over an archway.
- In Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic 20: Daze of Hate, Part 2, Camper has the Aurek symbol on the back of his uniform.
- When the Hidden Beks ride out to meet the Taris Resistance in Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic 22: Knights of Suffering, Part 1, a pink neon sign in the background says "HORIZONAL" [sic], and a green sign next to it says "DANCE".
- At the Metellos Exchange in Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic 36: Prophet Motive, Part 1, there are many holograms containing Aurebesh text (with many of them seen from behind, showing a mirror image). Several holograms seen contain the words "HI BID" (as well as the credit symbol, two unknown symbols and the letter Trill (T)), and several others say "SOLD". On page 2, one hologram contains the text "IVAX NEBULA" and "ANOAT" (seen as a mirror image from behind), another (with the letters "squeezed" together, making it hard to read) says "SECTOR IVAX TIBANNA" and "ANOAT", and yet another has the text "GAS ”TIBNNA" [sic]. On page 3, a blue hologram says, "GAS ”SEFANO", and a building has a neon sign with "HOTEL" written in Aurebesh. On page 5, two holograms contain the words "GAS", "SEFANO", "HI BID", a credit sign, three unknown symbols and the letter Trill (T), "SECTOR" and "””TUWXO". A hologram on page 8 says "BID". On the last page, the lower right hand corner says "MILLER" . "ATYEH" [sic] . "DAZO".
- In Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic 37: Prophet Motive, Part 2, when Jarael and "Rohlan" are taken to the Dustskimmer, a sign at the trade complex says "ST CLASS". When a mynock is tasting the Hot Prospect, a wall says "DECK". A streamer on the ship's landing pad reads "O GAKINU".
- A billboard advertisement in Star Wars: The Old Republic 7: The Lost Suns, Part 1, showing a Bith holding up a bottle, says "ON SALE NOW".
- In Star Wars: The Old Republic 9: The Lost Suns, Part 3, the text seen through the gatekeeper droid's eye says "INTERFACING".
- When Ngani Zho and Theron Shan are being held captive in Star Wars: The Old Republic 10: The Lost Suns, Part 4, a computer screen says "ACCESSING."
- In Star Wars: Republic: Prelude to Rebellion, the bottom of the building where the Cerean Elders' Council meets, carries the Aurebesh letter Grek (G). Ephant Mon walks into a room containing various crates. One is marked with the letter Dorn (D), another with Aurek (A) and a third one carries the letter Krill (K). The guards escorting Ki-Adi-Mundi, after Maj-Odo-Nomor kills a man with Ki's lightsaber, have the letter Peth (P) on their chest. When Ki goes to see Ydde, the sign on the building he enters says "BAR". Ydde's note to Ki reads "EFONT [sic] MON". The bands sealing off Berth #289 contain the text "POLICE LINE". When the merc droid is chasing Ki, the droid's viewscreen displays the word "TARGET".
- In The Eyes of Revolution, when Count Dooku is watching General Grievous' ship through the macrobinoculars, the screen displays the word "ACTIV[panel ends]". When the device inside the ship detonates, the screen in front of Grievous contains the word "LOW". After the explosion, a screen outside the bacta tank contains the words "AM I DEAD" (which is what Grievous asks Dooku).
- In the non-canonical comic Fett Club, among the signage seen on the streets are "SPEARMINT RHINO", "SOFT ROCT CAFE" [spelled like that] and "EAT AT JOE'S". Editor Randy Stradley can be seen holding a piece of paper which says "WILL EDIT FOR FOOD". The wall behind two characters says "WHAT R U LOOKI[obscured]". A sign inside a building reads "DEAD MEN TELL NO SW TALES".
- In several Star Wars: Republic comics set during the Clone Wars era, "VOS" appears in Aurebesh on Quinlan Vos' chest.
- In Star Wars: Republic 49: Sacrifice, during Khaleen Hentz's encounter with Grakko, Aurebesh letters (some of them facing the wrong way) can be seen on the buttons next to an elevator. There are glimpses of Aurebesh graffiti, "JD" and "ZAO L", on the walls. A neon sign on The Wheel contains the text "TOSHE STATI[page ends]" and below that the word "KIFFEX". After Quinlan Vos delivers the data disc, Aurebesh graffiti on a column says "[panel begins]JEDI".
- In the webcomic The Clone Wars: Shadowed, the text on Slick's BARC speeder says "SEND'EM TO MUSTAFAR"; the text in his macrobinoculars reads "BUSINESS CENTER: 2, 03 KILOMETERS" and "DISTANCE BETWEEN EACH: 00, 05". In addition, the macrobinoculars display on the cover says "REGULAR MODE", "INFRARED MODE", "MIN" and "MAX".
- In the webcomic The Clone Wars: Prelude, a wall behind the Clone troopers says "DOCKING BAY [number, obscured]".
- In the webcomic The Clone Wars: Shakedown, a chart says "NABOO".
- In the webcomic The Clone Wars: Agenda, Padmé Amidala's datapad says "KATIE LOVES RYAN" (a rerefence to the artist, Katie Cook) and "D PETERSEN" . "N PRIDE" . "J BASTIAN" . "E JENKINS" . "J AUTUMN" . "J MINOR".
- In the webcomic The Clone Wars: Transfer, a Republic display says "THE WAMPA[image ends] ARE ATTAC[image ends]". A note attached to a box says "HOTH EXPR[image ends]".
- In the webcomic The Clone Wars: Neighbors, a sign in the "Ol' boat" says "CAUTION" : "ESCAPE POD".
- In the webcomic The Clone Wars: Headgames, the display on a pair of macrobinoculars says "TARGET ACQUIRED: 0, 85 KM" and "WATCH THE CLO[obscured] FRID[obscured] CARTOON NETWORK" (presumably, the complete text is "WATCH THE CLONE WARS EVERY FRIDAY ON CARTOON NETWORK").
- In the webcomic The Clone Wars: Cold Snap, the entrance to Glid Station is decorated with a painting of a monster, and the warning "KNOCK BEFORE ENTERING" written on the door. Shiv's letter reads:
- "FLANKER, THINGS AREN'T
- GOING TOO WELL NOW
- WE'RE TRYING TO HOLD OUT
- TILL DAWN, WHEN THEY CAN
- SEND THE GUNSHIPS OUT
- BUT WE'RE STUCK OUT HERE
- AND IT'S FREEZING
- HEY GET THAT
- [obscured; probably "OL'", like in Shiv's thoughts] SHIV HAS THE SHIVERS"
- In Star Wars: Republic 54: Double Blind, after Quinlan is arrested by Agen Kolar, a green neon sign says, "[panel ends]DARK", and pink sign ¨next to it says "JD[panel ends], and below that "EI[panel ends]" (the I (Isk) is barely visible). If the symbols are read vertically, the sign says "je" and "di", ergo "Jedi"; together, the two signs form the words "Dark Jedi", foreshadowing Quinlan's fate. When Quinlan runs off to Aruk the Hutt's cantina, an orange neon sign says "EAT AT ARUK".
- In Jedi: Aayla Secura, Aayla Secura’s identity says "[obscured]R: CONFIRMED:", "T[obscured]EETA:" and "ID: TUULAA DONEETA" . "FATHER: KAS [sic] DONEETA:" "RYLOTH VENT[panel ends]" . "PRINCIPA [sic] IND[obscured; according to the datapad, the word is "INDUSTRY"] TRADE". Tholme's identity contains the text: "[obscured] CONFIRMED", "MILES CROF[obscured]" and "ID: MILES CROFT" . "VETERAN: STARK HYPE[panel ends] [obscured]ARS" . "[obscured]UISINESS [sic] NEGOTIATOR: S[panel ends; according to the datapad, the word is "STEWARD"] RYLOTH VENTUR[panel ends]". Dark Woman's identity reads, "[panel begins]R: CONF[page ends], "SABA" and "SABA (again)" . "SERVAN[panel ends] TUULAA[panel ends]". As the Dark Woman point out, Aurra's message to her says "NASHTAH".
- In the webcomic The Clone Wars: The Ballad of Cham Syndulla, the name "CHAM SYNDULLA" is printed in Aurebesh letters on each page of the "Ballad of Cham Syndulla".
- In the webcomic The Clone Wars: Invitation Only, writing on a wall says "KEYORIN PORT". A "wanted" poster of the Lepi Jaxxon, reads "WANTED" and "JAXXON" (in the original webcomic, the name is partially obscured by a big, red stain; in the Star Wars: Tales from the Clone Wars reprint, the stain is missing and the poster definitely says Jaxxon). Another poster reads "WANTED" : "SENATOR PADME [sic] AMIDA[panel ends]".
- In the webcomic The Clone Wars: Hunting the Hunters (Part I), red text on a wall reads "LEVEL 1312". In addition, the Crumb Bomber from Star Wars: The Clone Wars appears on the cover, with the inscription "LAUGH THIS OFF".
- In the webcomic The Clone Wars: Act on Instinct, a Republic display says "PLANETARY SHIELD". Passel Argente stands in front of a display which reads "PROJECT UKIO ENERGY EXPENSE". Several screens and monitors displaying a map of the galaxy. The text reads: "THE GALAXY", "SIGNAL PROBLEMS" : "VECTOR", "BAIT AND SWITCH", "POTENTIAL SUB-PRIME LENDING JONES", "REPUBLIC FIGHTER STRESS ANALYSIS" and "UKIAN FINANCIAL STATUS" : "'PRIME FOR TAKEOVER'".
- In the webcomic The Clone Wars: The Valsedian Operation, the text on the banners reads "RSO" . "REPUBLIC SERVICE ORGANIZATION" . "SENATE DISTRICT LOUNGE".
- In Star Wars: The Clone Wars: The Gauntlet of Death, the screen of Kit Fisto's macrobinoculars reads, "RACHELLE", "RAMON PEREZ" (the artist), "H" (Herf), B (Besh) and "I. LIK[obscured]RS" (presumably "I. Like Star Wars".)
- In Star Wars: The Clone Wars: Strange Allies, the sign that Kuvuta Pindi runs past says "DANGER".
- In "Mandalorian Memories"—Star Wars: The Clone Wars Comic UK 6.41, the bounty hunters on Kamino run past a building that says "JEDI RESEARCH FACILITY;" - "TIMIRA BETA".
- In Star Wars: Republic 63: Striking from the Shadows, the speeder used by Quinlan Vos and Khaleen Hentz is decorated with Aurebesh symbols - Qek (Q), Vev (V) and Krill (K) (possibly Wesk (W) - the symbol is partially obscured). This appears to be an in-joke by the artist: QV are Quinlan Vos' initials, and the (possible) K might be a reference to his alias Korto, or even Khaleen. When Quinlan and K'Kruhk are dueling, in one panel, the words "BLU[page ends] MILK" can be seen on a sign in the background.
- In Star Wars: Republic 65: Show of Force, Part 1, the letters Q (Qek) and (Vev) can be glimpsed on the outside of the building on New Holstice when Aayla Secura and Tholme leave; again, this appears to be an in-joke from the artist, as they are discussing Aayla's master, Quinlan Vos, whose initials are QV. When Mika is yelling over the comm system on The Rig, "ALIOU" can be seen written in yellow letters on a wall. A sign inside the cantina reads "GIZER". "HOMUHR" appears in Aurebesh on the Aqualish's chest.
- In Star Wars: Republic 71: The Dreadnaughts of Rendili, Part 3, when Quinlan sends the message droid to Khaleen, Aurebesh symbols appear on various signs.
- In Star Wars: Republic 72: Trackdown, Part 1, the name "VIENTO" is printed in Aurebesh on the side of the carbonite slab containing Senator Viento's body. When Aayla is flirting with Gort, a round neon sign behind them says "GYZ", or possibly "WYZ" (the first letter is obscured by Gort).
- In Star Wars: Republic 73: Trackdown, Part 2, a billboard displaying a picture of the Supreme Chancellor contains bears the caption "PALPATINE".
- In Star Wars: Republic 74: The Siege of Saleucami, Part 1, the entrance to Quinlan Vos' quarters says "VOS".
- In the non-canonical Tag & Bink: Revenge of the Clone Menace, outside the Galaxies Opera House can be seen references to various musicals, including an Aurebesh poster for "AVENUE Q".
- In Star Wars: Dark Times 14: Blue Harvest, Part 2, the name of "EMBER'S FIRE" can be seen in Aurebesh on a sign, and over the entrance to the club.
- The cover art for Star Wars: Agent of the Empire 3: Iron Eclipse, Part 3 contains the Aurebesh text "ESPO FILES", "MATCH FOUND", "JAHAN CROSS", "DAH'LIS MURDER CASE", "MAIN SUSPECT" and "JAHAN CROSS" (again).
- In Star Wars: Agent of the Empire 5: Iron Eclipse, Part 5, Inga's data reads "TARGET ACQUIRED" . "DIST.: 188 M" . "RADIO ACTIV [sic] FLUX: 45 KRALJ" . "EMP. BAL. 235/158".
- In Star Wars: Agent of the Empire 6: Hard Targets, Part 1, the display on Jahan Cross' weapon reads "TARGET SELECTED" . "EOEO-" . "SHMOO" . "EO" . "DISTANCE" : YARDS". A wall in the anteroom to Armand Isard's office says "CAUTION"; additional text only produces gibberish, as does Isard's datapad. Various screens in his office shows Aurebesh text, which is too small to read.
- In Star Wars: Agent of the Empire 8: Hard Targets, Part 3, outside The Spike, the walls say "SPIK[obscured]" and "[obscured]TION". Jahan Cross' speeder says "SERENNO INDUSTRIAL [the last word is unreadable]". Inside the prison, the signs say "POWER COLLECTOR" (barely visible), "CAUTION" (the first letter is obscured) and "DANGER" - "KEEP OUT". Another sign, seen when Cross enters the locker room, says "WARNING" (barely visible). The prisoner have the letter Peth (P) on their uniforms. The data screens in the control room show Aurebesh symbols, but the text is gibberish. Outside the prison med center, a column says "DANGER" - "KEEP OUT", and the sign above the entrance says "[obscured]OSPITAL". When Cross is communicating with Armand Isard, a wall says "HANGAR".
- In Star Wars: Agent of the Empire 9: Hard Targets, Part 4, there is a diner on Serenno called "DINER PORT", and an advertisement on the building opposite the diner reads, "BUY YOUR DROID". When Hovus Jorrick is communicating with Rodas Borgin, Jorric's computer screen shows Aurebesh symbols, which only produce gibberish.
- In Star Wars: Agent of the Empire 10: Hard Targets, Part 5, Aurebesh labels on various crates only produces gibberish. Boba Fett's weapon display reads "TARGET SELECTED" . "EOEO" . "SHMOO" . "EO" . "DISTANCE" : "YARDE" [sic].
- The Aurebesh text in the hologram shown to Boba Fett in Star Wars: Blood Ties 2: A Tale of Jango and Boba Fett, Part 2, says "CONNOR FREEMAN".
- In Star Wars: Blood Ties 5: Boba Fett is Dead, Part 1, the identi-tabs hologram says "CONNOR FREEMAN".
- The text in the screen of Boba Fett's macrobinoculars in Star Wars: The Force Unleashed II comic reads "ZOOM LEVEL" and "OBJECTIVE DISTANCE".
- In part 2 of Infinities story Perfect Evil, published in Star Wars Manga: Silver, the hologram of "LUKE SKYWALKER" contain's his name and the caption "REBEL ALLIANCE PILOT". The gravestone of "TAO" is written in Aurebesh.
- In Star Wars 5: In the Shadow of Yavin, Part 5, the targeting computer on Wedge Antilles' X-wing says "T" (Trill) - "T" and "124990OOBGF". A yellow neon sign in the Coruscant Underworld says "CANTINA". Aurebesh can also be glimpsed on another sign. Perla's work id says "SANITATIO[N - obscured] DEP[obscured]" . "[obscured]ION [obscured]NIT 56." (The punctuation mark is from the High Galactic alphabet.)
- The Jabiimi slaves in Star Wars: Empire: The Wrong Side of the War carry the letter Peth (P, for "prisoner") on their uniform. The uniform of a female prisoner also has the letter Krenth (KH) printed on it. When Able and Basso are walking through the detention center, the letter Besh (B) can be seen on a structure.
- In Lady Luck, a man is wearing a suit which has the text "CHISE" printed on the shoulder, and "NOVASH 08515" on the back. Text next to the entrance of the Ecclessis Figg Room says "MXMMCHK", and the panels by the door say "AP". Inside the chamber, the name "FIGG" is written in black letters by the door. A man in the room is wearing a jacket emblazoned with the word "MOM" on the back and shoulder. Yellow text on the wall reads "STA VE". The title for the starship says "COBRA" and "F" (Forn). When Radnor reveals an Idiot's Array, and when Lando says, "Sabacc", the cards are marked with Aurebesh symbols.
- In the non-canonical comic Best Birthday Ever, Bib Fortuna's landspeeder is emblazoned with yellow text that says "KOERV". Among the signs and posters seen inside the Interstellar Parcel Service are "IN A HURRY? NO WORRY!", "IPS "MY KIND OF SCUM"" (with IPS written in High Galactic Alphabet), "HERE" (part of a sign over the place where the queue is) and "IPS CROSSING THE PAR CLIPS" (with IPS written in High Galactic Alphabet). During the birthday party, a pink banner says "[image begins]IRTHDAY [obscured]ABBA" (presumably, the whole text reads "HAPPY BIRTHDAY JABBA").
- Mara Jade: By the Emperor's Hand, Cevva Xuz's hologram says "CHUN !" and Dequc's hologram says "DQC -".
- In Shadows of the Empire: Evolution, the name of "AZOOL'S ANTIQUES" is written in Aurebesh on the door. A counter inside is for "SALE ITEMS".
- In Star Wars: Union, a banner in the exhibition on Coruscant says, "DEATH STAR". Also, the "IDs" of "BANNER SUMPTOR", "CHALA VENAN", "CHIK APLA", "IRY DANTA", "ANLYS TAKKAR" and Moff "DERRAN TAKKAR" contain their names written in both Aurebesh and High Galactic Alphabet.
- In Star Wars: Invasion 0: Refugees, Prologue, the letters "Usk" (U) and "Dorn" (D) are emblazoned on the side of the of the starship Pythea.
- In Star Wars: Invasion 5: Refugees, Part 5, there are several Aurebesh signs on Nar Shaddaa: "COOPER'S", "LANDO'S", "GITON'S" (the first letter is obscured by a word balloon) - with the word "BY" next to it, "[obscured]KYM", "[obscured]TM-" and "[obscured]LCO440". On the full cover art of the issue, printed in Star Wars: Invasion: Refugees (TPB), a hologram and a neon sign spells out "THE 'CROP".
- More Aurebesh signs can be glimpsed on the planet in Star Wars: Invasion 11: Rescues, Part 6: "BAR", "JOE'S" and "[obscured]OO".
- In Star Wars: Legacy 3: Broken, Part 3, a computer screen says "MARASIAH FEL" (partially obscured) and "WANTED FOR CRIMES AGAINST THE EMPIRE (with the word "for" and some of the letters obscured or outside the panel).
- When Skull Squadron is chasing the Mynock in Star Wars: Legacy 14: Claws of the Dragon, Part 1, they fly past a building with a screen reading "NGOSHTH[panel ends]". The cover of the issue contains the text "RIK'S" (better seen in the full cover version in the trade paperback).
- In Star Wars: Legacy 16: Claws of the Dragon, Part 3, Morlish Veed has a tattoo of the Aurebesh letters Wesk (W) over Herf (H), on his arm.
- When Niffla sneaks out from her hiding place in Star Wars: Legacy 20: Indomitable, Part 1, a crate next to her says "SOLO ENTERP[panel ends]".
- On the cover of Star Wars: Legacy 21: Indomitable, Part 2, a hologram behind Gar Stazi contains Aurebesh text, some of which is partially obscured by the Legacy title, and is seen clearly only on the original cover art, and (most of which) on the back of the Star Wars: Legacy: Alliance trade paperback. The following is not obscured: "E-187 IN RANGE", "N-575 OUT OF RANGE" and "E-1287 OUT OF RANGE". The following is partially obscured on the cover, but can be seen on the back of the trade paperback: "2G-4682-8 STANDING BY" (only "standing by" can be seen on the trade paperback), "E-1287 STORM", "GR-2957", "G-18549 MOVING TO INCEPT", "I DONT [sic] KNOW WHAT THIS GUY IS DOING", "E-57 RR1", "G-18823" and "E-3467 IN RANG[obscured by Stazi's head]". The original cover art also shows the text "438M" (on the far left, and totally obscured on the cover, but can be read on the trade paperback) and "ALERT OFFENSIVE SENARIO [sic] COMPROMIZED" [sic] (on top, and partially obscured on the cover, and not visible on the trade paperback).
- In Star Wars: Legacy 23: Loyalties, Part 1, a Human female among Rav's pirates has the letter Grek (G) tattooed on her arm. A male Human pirate has a tattoo of the letter Herf (H) on his arm.
- In Star Wars: Legacy 24: Loyalties, Part 2, the holovid contains the text "SITH TEMPLE CORUSCANT" (with the last four letters obscured).
- Darth Wyyrlok's ancient books of Sith lore, as seen in Star Wars: Legacy 27: Into the Core, include the Aurebesh titles "SICK LIFE" (with "LAU" written on top of the spine, and "ETKA CHU" written underneath the title; and an unreadable 6 character word or words appears at the bottom of the spine), "DARTH NEMO DAK" (the author's name appears on the bottom of the spine, but is unreadable), "LIFE" (the rest of the words are unreadable), "FROM THE DARKEST HEART", "JAURE TCHE" (with Aurek (A) on top of the spine, and the author's name unreadable), "MIMI-IKA - RUKI[obscured]RRI", "FROM THE DARKEST WAY OF THE FORCE" by "COQUI TANAR" - "LO[obscured]FORMITIES" (presumably, the latter is supposed to be "DEFORMITIES", which is fitting, given that Wyyrlok is looking for an answer to Darth Krayt's affliction) and (upside-down) "KOMO'ROMPO' ".
- When Cade Skywalker is fighting the Uggli Brothers in Star Wars: Legacy 35: Storms, Part 2, a wall is covered in Aurebesh graffiti, which has no actual meaning. Some of the symbols are not even Aurebesh.
- In Star Wars: Legacy 37: Tatooine, Part 1, Morlish Veed's tattoo is seen when he is talking to Nyna Calixte.
- In Star Wars: Legacy—War 1, the letter Aurek ("A") can be seen on a locker on the wall when Cade is talking to Wolf Sazen.
- In the Han Solo and the Corporate Sector Sourcebook, the CSA logo is shown in both Aurebesh and High Galactic alphabet letters.
- In the Star Wars Miniatures Battles Companion, Aurebesh symbols are used in the squad emblems of Aurek (A) -, Besh (B) -, Cresh (C) - and Dorn (D) Company of Alliance SpecForces. Various logos for Santhe Corp and some of its major holdings are in Aurebesh.
- The name of the Imperial Peace Keeping Certificate is printed in both Aurebesh and High Galactic alphabet letters in Galaxy Guide 10: Bounty Hunters.
- In Surprise Visit in Star Wars Adventure Journal 4, an Aurebesh Senth (S) is part of the Santhe Security logo.
- In the adventure Crisis in The DarkStryder Campaign, an illustration in chapter two shows the word "EXIT" in both Aurebesh and High Galactic alphabet on the wall behind Breslin Drake. Also, in "The Rogues Gallery", the symbol of the bounty hunter gang Qulok's Fist is a fist with a Qek (Q) on.
- In Fragments from the Mind's Eye in Star Wars Adventure Journal 11, a banner says "SALE! SALE! SALE! SALE!" and a sign reads "CLEARANCE SALE! EVERYTHING MUST GO!".
- In Galaxy Guide 12: Aliens — Enemies and Allies, the University of Sanbra seal says "UNIVERSITY" . "SANBRA" . "DE'ETTA".
- The Imperial morale officer pictured in Heroes & Rogues is standing in front of a poster with Aurebesh text. The words "ENLIST", "SERVICE" and "IMPERIAL" can be glimpsed. Also, a speeder racer has "FT" written on his chest, and his helmet says "BILL". In the picture of Prengahl Kreen presenting Jakke Clamont with a new weapon, the billboards on the wall are marked as "A3", "A4" and "A5".
- In Galaxy Guide 1: A New Hope (Second Edition), Aurebesh text under the headline for the section "Central Mos Eisley" says "ABKHSHZ".
- In Imperial Entanglements, the unit patch of the Hitak Harriers says "TURAK 4".
- In The Kathol Outback, maps of the Kathol sector are marked with the symbols Senth (S) for south, Wesk (W) for west, and Esk (E) for east. The signature of Moff "SARNE" is written in Aurebesh.
- The character cards in Gamemaster Toolkit: Live-Action Adventures read "HELLO! MY NGAME [sic] IS".
- In The Kathol Rift, a picture of a man being treated by a 2-1B medical droid, shows the word "INFIRMARY" on the wall (the last two letters are obscured by a bacta tank). Also, in a picture of three inmates behind bars, the Aurebesh text on the wall outside reveals their location as "CELL 1".
- The access card in Instant Adventures has "CLASS TWO ACCESS" written in both High Galactic alphabet and Aurebesh; the same thing goes for the headline of the datafile on Nawnam the Hutt ("WANTED ALIVE"), as well as most of the text on the overhead view for Operation: Shadowstrike. The side of the map shows the Aurebesh words "AUTO-UPDATE ON RANGE 257 ORBIT J32/Q". A large Senth (S) can be seen printed in the upper left corner.
- In The Jedi Academy Sourcebook, the caption for the image of the Maw Installation crew reads "SUN CRUSHER PROJECT TEAM". Also, the logo of the Smugglers' Alliance says "SA" (Senth and Aurek).
- In Star Wars Gamemaster Screen, Revised, the logos of Loronar Engineering ("LORONAR") and the Corporate Sector Authority ("CSA") are written in both Aurebesh and High Galactic Standard. The logo of "REPUBLIC ENGINEERING CORPORATION" is written in Aurebesh.
- In Shadows of the Empire Planets Guide, an illustration of what appears to be a spice dealer shows boxes labeled "SHOICE".
- In Wretched Hives of Scum & Villainy, storefront signage on the "WAVE WORKS" contains the name of the store, as well as the words "GIFT SZHOP" [sic]. The door behind the counter says "PRIVATE". "THE HYPER DIVE", "FATHOMS" and "SEABED LODGE" (the latter is partially obscured) can all be seen in Wildwater City. A desk below is for "RENTALS". The illustration of Rebel agents sneaking through Wildwater City shows "BEE[obscured]" written on a locker. Holograms spell out the name of "BANTHA TRAXX" at the club's entrance. Jik'Tal has the letter Senth (S) (for "security") on his chest. "PIT" is written above a doorway in The Pits. In Kuda's Compound, the sign by the speeder bike says "ONLY 100 KM., NEARLY FACTORY MADE". A booth in Talandro's Trading Post says "MORYIS". There's a sign in the background, with Aurebesh letters, but too many are obscured to read what it says. On the illustration for "Secrets of the Station" in chapter eight, a wall is emblazoned with "DONO8ENTY".
- The Imperial patrol landspeeder pictured in the Adventure book of the Introductory Adventure Game is emblazoned with the Aurebesh text "IMPERIAL PLANETARY PATROL".
- In Cynabar's Fantastic Technology: Droids, the logos of "ARAKYD" and "ULBAN" are both in Aurebesh and High Galactic alphabet symbols.
- In the Mos Eisley Adventure Set, Aurebesh text on the illustration on the cover of the adventure book says"TARGET LOCK" (partially obscured by the book title) and "TREVAS", a reference to the artist, Chris Trevas.
- In Cynabar's Droid Datalog in Star Wars Adventure Journal 14, Aurebesh symbols on the Class 1 defense unit read "CSA" (for Corporate Sector Authority).
- In The Black Sands of Socorro, the inscription on a coin depicting the Black Bha'lir's story "The Tale of a Tiger and a Worm" says "A POUND OF FLESH...".
- When Pershon is found dead in Tapani Sector Instant Adventures, the library shelf contains two books with minuscule Aurebesh letters on the spine. One of the titles begins with the word "STAR".
- In Gundark's Fantastic Technology: Personal Gear, the word "GUNDARK'S" is printed at the beginning of each chapter, as well as on the contents page.
- In Rules of Engagement: The Rebel SpecForce Handbook, an image of an instructor pointing to a board with Aurebesh on it, reads: "TIM BOBKO DREW THIS". Tim Bobko is clearly shown at the bottom of the image as the artist. The back cover shows an aquatic assault stormtrooper and a Coruscant Guard, seen through the optical scope of a weapon, which says "TARGET ACQUIRED".
- In Platt's Smugglers Guide, Annea Lavic's card shows yellow Aurebesh symbols on an archway behind her, but the text is gibberish.
- The title of Alien Encounters is spelled in both High Galactic alphabet letters and Aurebesh. The index letters are shown in Aurebesh.
- In Pirates & Privateers, the signature of Moff "IRNST STAVVELD" is written in Aurebesh.
- In Hideouts & Strongholds, the grid map of Lunar Surface Station shows all Aurebesh symbols from Aurek (A) to Herf (H).
- In The Far Orbit Project, Dhas Fenoep Vedij's signature for the Ship's Articles document is in Aurebesh. A computer image of a Sullustan has numbers and Aurebesh symbols underneath. In a picture from the StarForge Station market, a stall is called "LUCKY'S (credit symbol)", and another stall is called "AEOK[image ends]". An Imperial HoloVision newscast shows headlines with both High Galactic alphabet and Aurebesh letters.
- In Hero's Guide, a picture of a Zabrak Black Sun Vigo contains the Aurebesh text "STAR WARS RPG" and "BLACK SUN VIGO". A HoloNet screen capture says "LIVE FROM GEONOSIS" . "CLEAR SKIES EVERYWHERE" . "ALL BETS ARE OFF". Additional text says "CTPA", "LISS" and "CALI".
- In the Galactic Campaign Guide, there's an illustration of a bruised and battered Rodian in his cockpit. The screen on his right contains the Aurebesh text: "PERSONAL LOG: I FLEW TO CORUSCANT TODAY AND GOT MYSELF ROYALLY BEATEN UP. I WAS SITTING IN A SPORTS BAR WHEN THESE TWO THUGS WITH THREE EYES MADE A RUDE COMMENT ABOUT RODIAN THEATRE. NEEDLESS TO SAY; I LET THEM HAVE IT." The screen on his left says: "[image begins]L LOG: THREE [image begins]KEN, A BRUISED [image begins]ND A LACERATION [image begins]MY LEFT ARM. [image begins]FRIEND TOLD ME [image begins]O PUT A KAADU [image begins]TEAK ON MY FACE [image begins]EDUCE THE SWELLING. WHAT A DA[obscured]". A smaller version of the illustration can be found in Starships of the Galaxy, but most of the text is too small to read here.
- In Galaxy Tiles, a map tile says "WARNING".
- In Threats of the Galaxy, the Twi'lek police officer has "POLICE" written in Aurebesh on her chest.
- The enforcer pictured in The Force Unleashed Campaign Guide is standing next to a poster containing images of Obi-Wan Kenobi, Shaak Ti, Ponda Baba and Baniss Keeg. The poster carries the Aurebesh text "WANTED".
- The illustration of a GS-100 salvage ship in theThe Clone Wars Campaign Guide is emblazoned with "PT", "HF" and "CV" on the hull.
- In Scum and Villainy, in the illustration "A Shootout on StarForge Station", one of the crates is labeled "RALLEY [sic] SUPPLIES", whereas another one is labeled "ACTION FIGURES", and a third one contains "TOYS". In the illustration for "finding the starworm", one crate is marked with the letter Besh (B), another one contains "DROID PARTS", and a third one is labeled "ASB". The sign on the Woodoo Dunes says "WOODOO DUNES", and on the side of the building, it says "EAT WOOKIE" [sic].
- The map for "Encounter: The Overpass" in Galaxy at War contains the Aurebesh text "STAY RIGHT".
- The AD-series weapons maintenance droid pictured in Scavenger's Guide to Droids has "A-33" printed in Aurebesh letters on its chest.
- In Galaxy of Intrigue, the illustration for "Adventure #1: Shooting Trouble" shows two slicers slicing into a computer mainframe. Two screens show various Aurebesh letters which only produce gibberish. In "Mini-Adventure #7: Double Down" and "Mini-Adventure #8: Extracting Aleece", a map says "CLEAR//".
- In the Star Wars: Edge of the Empire Beginner Game, in the Rulebook, a Human male has "CNU" printed on his enviro-suit, and the letter Aurek (A) tattooed on his face. "F6" is inscribed on the armor of a Trandoshan who is being throttled by a Wookiee. A cantina sign reads "NO BLASTERS". The Character Folios have the names and occupations of the characters printed in both Aurebesh and High Galactic alphabet on the front, and an emblem on the back of each folio says "MOS SHUUTA GRILLAE" [sic]. An information sheet on the web-adventure The Long Arm of the Hutt shows many neon signs in a city, but the text is gibberish.
- On the cover for the online adventure The Long Arm of the Hutt, a purple and red neon sign says "UNLIM[obscured] TASTES", and another reads "EAT DAILY SPECIALS". The Nern (N) symbol can be glimpsed, on a sign, over the shoulder of Teemo the Hutt.
- In Star Wars: Incredible Cross-Sections, for the image of the TIE Advanced x1, Aurebesh letters can be seen, spelling out "WIBORG JENSSEN" (a reference to the artist, Hans Jenssen).
- Text in the Jedi Temple illustrations in Inside the Worlds of Star Wars: Attack of the Clones is written with Aurebesh letters, numbers in Trade Federation Basic, and hyphens, colons and punctuation marks shown in High Galactic alphabet. The screen of the Council Chamber Databank says, "JEDI MASTER COLEMAN TREBOR", "STATUS: DECEASED" and "MASTER TREBOR WAS A CASUALTY OF THE BATTLE OF GEONOSIS. HIS SUCCESSOR HAS NOT YET BEEN NAMED." The blueprint of the Jedi Temple Hangar says, "DELTA-7 AETHERSPRITE", "AB281", "CENTRAL TOWER", "DELTA-2" and "HANGAR PLATFORM". The blueprints for the analysis room say, "FLOOR 47" and "3263827 ANALYSIS". The specifications of the SP-4 analysis droid contains the text "IC-GR: ANALYSIS DROID", "MAGNIFIED OPTICAL RECEPTORS" and "CRANIAL SENSORS RIDGES".
- In The New Essential Guide to Vehicles and Vessels, the names of all the things described are in Aurebesh on the opposite page from the picture of that item. The book's title appears in Aurebesh inside the book.
- In The New Essential Guide to Weapons and Technology, the names of all the things described are in Aurebesh on the opposite page from the picture of that item. The title of the book appears in Aurebesh inside the book.
- In Star Wars Chronicles: The Prequels, the INS-444 window installation droid has "MICK" inscribed in Aurebesh on its metal plating, and the CLE-004 window cleaning droid's inscription says "BUFFY".
- In Star Wars: A Pop-Up Guide to the Galaxy, the illustration for Darth Vader's armor says "SENSOR ARRAY", "AUTORESPIRATOR", "SYSTEMS MONITOR", "CYBERNETIC LIMB" and UTILITY BELT".
- In The New Essential Guide to Droids, the names of all the things described are in Aurebesh on the opposite page from the picture of that item. The book's title appears in Aurebesh inside the book. The INS-444 window installation droid has "MICK" inscribed in Aurebesh on its metal plating, and the CLE-004 window cleaning droid's inscription says BUFFY". The name "FLO" is written in Aurebesh on the WA-7 service unit's frame.
- In The New Essential Guide to Alien Species, the Human and the Yarkora homeworlds read "UNKNOWN".
- In Jedi vs. Sith: The Essential Guide to the Force, Darth Andeddu's holocron is emblazoned with Aurebesh text, which seems to be in a language other than Basic. The hologram in the image of Ingo Wavlud says "SITH" - "THE RULE OF TWO".
- In Star Wars Blueprints: The Ultimate Collection, in the weapons blueprints, the BlasTech E-11 blaster rifle illustration reads “IMPERIAL ISSUE” and “DISPLAY”. The range screen of Han Solo's modified Blastech DL-44 displays “RANGE”, “MODE” and “09 METERS”. The caption for Anakin Skywalker's lightsaber says “ELEGANT WEAPON”. The Blastech RT-97C blueprint has “IMPERIAL ISSUE” written above it, and the thermal scanner data reads “RANGE 37,2 OC”, “17,8 OC” and “15,6 OC”. The sniper scope display says “MAG 100X” and “RANGE 152,4 M”. The passive infrared scope says, “SCANNING” and “RANGE 14,325 M”. The humorous caption for the Merr-Sonn Munitions, Inc Class-A thermal detonator reads “BADA BOOM”. The power display for the Death Star’s tractor beam reactor coupling says, “POWER”, “INOPERATIVE” and “TRACTOR BEAM 120 SECN 60”. The blueprint for the Millennium Falcon contains the Aurebesh text “ARMAMENT” and “REGISTRATION”. In the blueprints for Darth Vader's armor: The macro-images images of midi-chlorians show the text “MICRO”, “MACRO” and “92000X”. The health monitor shows the letters Trill (T) and Cresh (C). The environmental readout (which shows Darth Vader interrogating Captain Antilles) says “HOSTILE INTERROGATION”, “VOICE STRESS”, “DOD” and “DECEPTION NOMINAL”.
- The Art of Star Wars: The Clone Wars contains several pieces of concept art with Aurebesh symbols, most of which appear in the feature film and TV series, but a couple of unused pieces as well: Nose art for Republic gunships includes a Kaminoan surrounded by clone trooper helmets/heads and the text "MAMA's BOYS", and another shows a Twi'lek female riding a missile with "SPECIAL DELIVERY" written underneath.
- In The Essential Atlas, the picture "Two hyperspace scouts chart the stars" (actually Jason Fry and Daniel Wallace) shows the word "UNKNOWN" written in Aurebesh in the hologram. A picture of an Arkanian, a Herglic and a Devaronian shows Aurebesh signs in the background; one says "[image begins]HRIS TREVAS" and another says "CHRIS" (a reference to the artist, Chris Trevas). In "Star types and the main sequence", Aurebesh symbols are used to represent the sample stars' galactic positions. The map of the galaxy uses the letter Nern (N) for galactic north, Wesk (W) for galatic west, Esk (E) for galatic east and Senth (S) for galatic south. Many other maps also show the letter Nern. The map of the Hapes Cluster is emblazoned with the words "HAPES CONSORTIUM".
- In Star Wars Blueprints: Rebel Edition, the blueprints for the T-65 X-wing contains the words "ATTACK POSITION", "FUSIAL THRUST" and "CARBANTI". The blueprints for the BTL Y-wing say "LONG RANGE" and "FORWARD GUNS". The blueprints for the Rebel blockade runner contain the text "DEFLECTOR", ATMOSPHERE", "HYPERDRIVE" and "POWER". The blueprints for the rebel weapons show "DEFENDER", "SPECIAL FORCES", "ALLIANCE ISSUE" and "BOWCASTER. The long range scope for the blaster rifle says, "374,6 M", the power display of Chewbacca’s bowcaster says "RANGE", the composite display says "137,2 M" and "250 MAX", and the range displays says "POWER". The security video feed of the captured Wampas inside Echo Base says "REC". The blueprint of Echo Base shows the letter Nern (N) (for north).
- In Star Wars: Millennium Falcon: A 3-D Owner's Guide, the caption for the the blaster cannon shows "BLASTECH AX-108" printed in both Aurebesh and High Galactic Standard. The sensor display of data from the area around the vessel displays the words "LARGE", "HOT" and "WARNING". The shield protection display contains the words "FORE" and "AFT", as well as the letter Xesh (X). The Aurebesh caption for the bacta tank says "ZALTIN". The data for the life support systems contains the words "TEMP", "NOM", "O2" and "H2O", as well as the letters Herf (H), Grek (G), Wesk (W), Aurek (A), Besh (B), Cresh (C) and Dorn (D).
- In The Jedi Path: A Manual for Students of the Force, the chapter headlines are written in both Aurebesh and the High Galactic alphabet. The names of the Jedi Initiate Clans are written in Aurebesh below their symbols: "BEAR", "DRAGON", "KATARN", "BERGRUUTFA", "SQALL" and "HELIOST". The Jedi ranks are marked with Aurebesh symbols next to the descriptions: Isk (I) for Initiate, Peth (P) for Padawan, Krill (K) for Knight and Mern (M) for Master. The symbol for the Jedi Service Corps says "SC", and the Aurebesh caption says "AGRICULTURAL", "MEDICAL", EDUCATIONAL" and "EXPLORATION". The list of Jedi Trials says "SKILL", "COURAGE", "SPIRIT", "FLESH" and "INSIGHT".
- In Star Wars Art: Visions, the painting Droids by David Tutwiler shows “DINER” written in Aurebesh on a building, whereas a sign next to it “THE JABBA HOT[the rest is unreadable]". C-3PO and R2-D2 are looking at a poster which says “NEXT TIME TAKE THE TRAIN” and a sign above them says, “STATION CHAPEL" "FEED THE SOUL”. Anthony J. Waichiulis’s painting Young Leia shows a letter written in Aurebesh, with a photo of a young Leia beside it. The letter translates "SHE CONTINUES TO SPEAK TO THE DREAMS THAT HAUNT HER. ALONE AND SCARED, SURROUNDED BY OCEANS OF SAND. I FEAR THAT THESE DREAMS MAY". Many of the rest of the words are obscured by the photo, but the artist’s statement says that the rest of the letter reads "ONE DAY LEAD TO QUESTIONS – QUESTIONS THAT WE MAY ONE DAY HAVE TO ANSWER. … SHE REMAINS SAFE IN OUR CHARGE."
- In How To Speak Wookiee: A Manual for Inter-Galactic Communication, there are several humorous illustrations with Aurebesh in them. The hull of a starship says "WOOKIE [sic] SPACEWAYS". A holoprojector in a meeting says "KASHYYYK BUILDING CORP", and there's a framed photography of "OUR FOUNDER". A counter in a mall is for "BERU'S BLUE MILK", and a sign reads "R2-MART". Another sign reads "HELMETS"; the rest of the sign is partially obscured and can't be read.
- In Darth Vader: A 3-D Reconstruction Log, Emperor Palpatine is seen through the optical filters of Darth Vader's armor. The data display (which highlights information about atmospheric composition, nearby bio-signatures, and more) says, "MASTER PALPATINE", "EMPAL SU RECON" and "ATMO STERILE". The picture of Vader's leg armor contains the Aurebesh text "MAX TOLERANCE EXCEEDED" and "JOINT FAIL". The chart next to it contains various numbers and the words "MAX" and "MIN". The data for Vader's neural sensors contains the words "TIME" and "STRENGTH".
- In The Art and Making of Star Wars: The Old Republic, various Coruscant signs display Aurebesh text. One says, "COMING SOON...", another says "CRED DIFFE", "SPECIAL ID REQUIRED CHECK AVAILABILITY APR CRED DIF" (also printed on the first sign, but here parts of the words are obscured) and "DYNOVIBE". A third sign says, "[first letter obscured]RITECKINDUSTRIES - LEADS" and "[obscured]ECK NOW AND SAVE [the next word is obscured] TRITECK NOW AND S[obscured]. One of the signets found on Nar Shaddaa says “WELCOME TO NAR SHADDA”.
- In Millennium Falcon Owner's Workshop Manual, the Millennium Falcon's Ground Buzzer's targeting computer display says "HOSTILE". The shield protection display contains the words "FORE" and "AFT", as well as the letter Xesh (X). The passive sensor display says "HOSTILE", HELIUM", "ACTIVE" and "DEBRIS". The terrain-following sensor display reads "YAVIN IV" . "TH" (Thesh) : "TERRIAN [sic] TYPE: DENSE JUNGLE" . "C" (Cresh) : "STONE STRUCTURES DETECTED" . "R" (Resh) : "ACTIVE RADAR DETECTED" . "G" (Grek) : "GUIDANCE BEACON ACTIVE". The Imperial screen displaying one of the ship's many false identities reads "ID" : "VICTORY RING" . "CAPTAIN : VALROND" . "DESTINATION: ORD MANTELL" . "A" (Aurek) : "ARMAMENTS" : "TWIN CANNONS" , "DORSAL VENTRAL" . "H" (Herf) : "HYPERDRIVE" : "ISP-SIM CLASS MGLT". The screen also shows the letters Aurek (A), Besh (B) and Cresh (C).
- In Book of Sith: Secrets from the Dark Side, the text on the inside of the Sith case says "NIGHTSISTER TALISMAN" and "LIGHTSABER CRYSTAL". In Darth Malgus' war journal, the Aurebesh labels for the Sith army's plan of attack on Ord Radama say "MINES", "GUNS" and "SITH MOVEMENT". In Darth Plagueis' scientific journal, the illustration labels on a diagram for aperion, anima and pneuma shows the mirror-inverted Aurebesh words "PNEOOMAE", "APERIEON" and "ANIMAE". (According to author Daniel Wallace, the labels are printed backward as a nod to Leonardo da Vinci’s habit of mirror writing). A diagram shows a nanosyringe and two groups of cells, labeled A (Aurek) and B (Besh). Group A reads "RESIST IMPOSITION" and group B "OVERRIDDEN!"; the words are written in Aurebesh mirror writing. A diagram shows data readouts for three different test subjects, labeled A, B, and C (Cresh). The Aurebesh mirror writing reads "SUBJECT A". The illustration of a clone host and the original body says "ALL LIFE IS MADE BY THE DEATH OF OTHERS". The removable feature diagram detailing Palpatine’s political strategies during the Clone Wars contains the text "DISSOLUTION", "IMPERIAL NATIONALIZATION", "COVERT SUPPORT", "IMPERIAL NATIONALIZATION" (again) and "IMPERIAL RESTRUCTURING, LOYALTY PURGES". In Darth Sidious' manifesto, the picture of a HoloNet screen says "HOLONET" . "SYNDICATES" . "CORPORATIONS" . "DEATH STAR" . "TIE FIGHTERS" . "TROOPERS". The Imperial propaganda poster says "ONE RULER" , "ONE EMPIRE".
- In Star Wars: The Secret Life of Droids, IG-88's sensors read "ACTIVE SCAN", "OBJECTIVE: MILLENNIUM FALCON REBEL OPERATIVES"; "RESTRICTIONS: NO DISINTEGRATIONS", "MISSILE", "JET PACK" and "CYBERNETIC IMPLANTS LIFE SUPPORT".
- In The Essential Guide to Warfare, when Walex and Lira Blissex are contemplating a new warship design, a screen in the background reads "FRONT VIEW" and "LATERAL". An Imperial propaganda poster says "WE NEED HEROES" . "JOIN TH[obscured]" . "SEE YOUR LO[obscured]". The hologram that Garm Bel Iblis is looking at says "KATANA FLEET". The T-series tactical droid has the letter Trill (T) on its chest.
- In The Essential Reader's Companion, the Twin Suns Squadron insignia on Jagged Fel's flight suit, seen when he kisses Jaina Solo, says "TS", for Twin Squadron.
- In *Star Wars: A Galactic Pop-Up Adventure, a wanted poster of Zam Wesell reads "WANTED" : "FOR IDENTITY THEFT, POSSESSION OF ILLEGAL KOUHUNS AND THE ATTEMPTED MURDER OF REPUBLIC SENATOR PADME [sic] AMIDALA".
- In clips from Star Wars Detours:
- A sign in Dex's Diner says "RESTROOMS".
- A wall in a disco says "REBO'S".
- The name of "DEX'S DINER" appears in Aurebesh outside the diner.
- A drawing of Emperor Palpatine and the Death Star says "ME" . "HA!!! I WIN!!!" . "BOOM!!".
- In Dex's Diner, a television commercial says "REBO'S".
- At a Coruscant job fair, a banner reads "TODAY ONLY!" and another says "BECOME A BOUNTY HUNTER".
- When Darth Vader is making a propaganda video for the Galactic Empire, the lower right hand corner says "REC".
- A menu in Dex's Diner reads "SODA" and "COKE".
- In the Star Wars: The Clone Wars: The Complete Season Two Blu-ray, in the Blu-ray exclusive Jedi Temple Archives extras, when the holocron is opened, the menu reads:
- "CB HARDWARE BIPASS [sic] 92181-1138. INITIATING.
- WAIT... WAIT... WAIT...
- INTERFACE INIT [sic] SUCCESS
- IMAGING SEQUENCE INIT [sic] SUCCESS
- DATA DECRYPT INIT [sic] SUCCESS
- BYPASS SUCCESSFUL. ACCESSING CRYSTAL TABLE OF CONTENTS."
- "CB HARDWARE BIPASS [sic] 92181-1138. INITIATING.
- In the 2008 film Fanboys the word "fanboys" is written in mirrored Aurebesh on the doors of the van.
- In the television series Code Lyoko, Jeremie's computer uses Aurebesh characters for icons.
- In an episode of CSI: Crime Scene Investigation entitled A Space Oddity, Aurebesh characters are seen in a computer translator used for an in-show television series called "Astro Quest" (A parody of Star Trek).
- In the 2003 Sci-Fi miniseries "Children of Dune," the Aurebesh characters can be seen on the display screen of a set of binoculars held by the Fedaykin warriors when they scout the Fremen invasion force approaching.
- In the eleventh season of the long-running children's television show Power Rangers, Power Rangers: Ninja Storm, Aurebesh characters are seen on Lothor's spaceship's self-destruct countdown in the episode "Storm Before the Calm, Part II." Additionally, in the thirteenth season of the show, Power Rangers: SPD, lines of Aurebesh text are seen in Sophie's "Fight Mode" heads-up-display in "Wired, Part II."
- The Star Wars: The Clone Wars home page on cartoonnetwork.com has a section that reads "REPUBLIC HOLONET," right below the English translation.
- In the 2013 episode of Doctor Who, "Nightmare in Silver", during the exterior shot of Porridge's ship, writing in Aurebesh is visible on the hull, paralleling the presence of an unidentified human empire in this episode. It may also a reference to Warwick Davis, who plays Porridge, who is revealed to be the Emperor.
The Aurebesh-like writing that appears in the original trilogy is totally random and it is believed that the filmmakers did not intend to write any meaningful text with it. The assignment of the letters to Roman equivalents was first developed by Stephen Crane at West End Games in the Star Wars Miniatures Battles Companion (1994), for use with the Star Wars Miniatures Battles game and Star Wars: The Roleplaying Game. The Aurebesh was later expanded to include punctuation marks in the Star Wars Miniatures Battles supplement, Imperial Entanglements (1996).
This original Aurebesh is occasionally used in electronic and board games such as Star Wars Monopoly. Since the letters in the movies are random, the assignment of the West End Games-values to the inscriptions of the movies produces nonsensical results–-most words seen in the movies appear to consist solely of consonants, and some letters appear on screen that are absent from the West End Games Aurebesh.
Many of the Phoenician Alphabet letter names were probably used for inspiration (or just used) for the Aurebesh letter names. E.g. Beth, Daleth, etc. provided one style of consonants while letters like Resh provided whole letter names. Some symbols also bear resemblance to the Phoenician symbols i.e. Gimel, Daledh, Waw and Lamedh.
In-universe sources show Arabic numbers; however, one of the fan-made fonts (discussed below) presents a numerical system based on dots and lines.
It should be noted that in many instances, the sounds "ch", "sh", and "th" are written using Aurebesh exactly as they would be in English (cresh-herf, senth-herf, and trill-herf, respectively), despite that separate letters exist in Aurebesh for those sounds (cherek, shen, and thesh, respectively). (To see an example of this, examine the text in the picture in the Games section.) While it is possible that these instances represent legitimate in-universe variations of the sound-values for the letters in question, it is more likely that they represent errors on the part of the real-world transliterators (who are understandably more used to employing digraphs than employing single letters to write these sounds).
Note: none of the available fonts use reverse glyphs for capital letters.
- Aurabesh (TrueType) Created by Mike E. Webb on February 10, 1996. As only the alphabet had been described, Webb based his punctuation on work by Eric Kristiansen (aka Jackill), and invented glyphs for other common symbols. He also made the lowercase letters small versions of the capitals.
- Aurebesh (Mac TrueType/PostScript and PC TrueType) Created by David Occhino on September 8, 1997. Occhino updated the punctuation to match West End Games, removed the non-canon symbols (except for the Arabic numerals), and made the lower case letters the same size as the capitals. He also changed the assignments of the digraphs, so it is not backwards compatible with Webb's font.
- newAurabesh (TrueType) Created by Peter Schuster on June 21, 1998. Schuster also updated the punctuation to match West End Games, removed the non-canon symbols, and made the lower case letters the same size as the capitals. He changed the numbers to match Technical Readouts, and changed the assignments of the digraphs, so it is not backwards compatible with either Webb's or Occhino's fonts.
- Aurek-Besh (TrueType, standard, narrow, and hand-written) Created by Davide Canavero (aka Boba Fonts) on March 7, 1999. Canavero made small improvements to the rendering of many of the symbols, enlarged the numbers for clarity, and added more logical assignments for the digraphs while also keeping Schuster's assignments. As a result, Aurek-Besh is backwards compatible with newAurabesh.
Notes and referencesEdit
- Aurebesh Soup Tells the story of the formation of Aurebesh and includes a number of different Star Wars fonts including Aurebesh