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The script, on the bottom left corner of the image

This Imperial script was used in the Be a Stormtrooper! recruitment videos produced by the Galactic Empire in the early years of the Galactic Civil War up to at least a few months after the Battle of Endor, along with a spoken language of its own and translations in Galactic Basic Standard written both in Aurebesh and the High Galactic alphabet. A similar script was also utilized in some of the other advertisements onboard Spaceport THX1138 during the early stages of the Galactic Civil War as well as another Star Tours-owned spaceport in 4.3 ABY.

Behind the scenesEdit

Unsurprisingly for an attraction at Tokyo Disneyland, the Tokyo version of both Star Tours and Star Tours: The Adventures Continue features writing and speech in Japanese. The Be a Stormtrooper! videos shown in the queue area also feature Imperial recruitment slogans written in Japanese and English (with the English written using the fictional Aurebesh alphabet as well as normally.). The various videos in the queue area also feature a similar writing style.

While the language of first publication for most Star Wars material is English, the non-canon comic series Tokyopop's Star Wars Manga and the ambiguously canon 1987 Star Wars video game were first produced in Japanese.


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