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Star Wars: Rebel Warrior was a canceled video game that was planned by LucasArts. The game was to focus on a Wookiee warior trying to save a baby Wookiee from the clutches of the Galactic Empire.

Plot summaryEdit

According to some sources, the game's plot as to focus on an unnamed enslaved Wookiee warrior from Kashyyyk that would have trying to save an unnamed Wookiee baby from the Galactic Empire.


At a one unspecified point, LucasArts tried to develop Star Wars: Rebel Warrior as part of its planned Star Wars: Rebel video game series, which also included other titles like Star Wars: Rebel Agent, Star Wars: Rebel Fury, Star Wars: Rebel Scum and Star Wars: Rebel Jedi.[1]

During the development of Rebel Warrior, LucasArts concluded that the game was going to be very violent, because the game mode Beast Mode would have allowed the player to break their arms and legs to the stormtroopers with sheer brute force, behead them with their lightsabers and blow their limbs with their blasters. This was what led the project to its cancellation.[2]


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Notes and referencesEdit

  1. Leane, Rob (November 14, 2014). 41 Cancelled Star Wars Projects.
  2. Moser, Cassidee (May 3, 2016). One With the Force: A History of Cancelled Star Wars Games.

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