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Hi all, I've a question about the Slave 1.
So basically, when you're flying, you're in your chair, watching out the window.
Now, when you land, your ship turns. Isn't your chair 'fallen down'? I mean: with your feat touching the 'new' walls (because you are in another position?)
Or does his chamber turn 90°? Which would be unlogical, because you still have stairs & all..—Unsigned comment by22.214.171.124 (talk • contribs).
From my understanding, both situations are true, depending on the ship's owner. When Jango owned the ship, the chairs were static—permanently looking out the window, and you can see that represented in this cutaway and this movie clip. Later, it seems that Boba made some alterations to allow the entire cockpit to rotate 90°, which you can see here. Hope that answers your question! - Cwedin(talk) 22:23, March 22, 2017 (UTC)