Is Star Wars a real galaxy?
No, it is not a 'real' galaxy, merely one that exists inside the movie world. It is based upon Science Fiction, and you will not be able to travel to it.
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The Star Wars films are fictional stories. There are no lightsabers in the real world, neither magic force. thts ture in our world. cuz earth is rly boring and stuff. but other worlds u never know. it could be real. ull have to find out later tho
Is an MMORPG that has been around six years and is currently one of the only online Star Wars games until Star Wars the Old Republic is released.
Yes you can make your char look very differrent from everyone elses. Its hard look exactly the same as som1 else
The 'Star Wars' galaxy is part of science-fiction. It does notexist in the real world, so you will not be able to actually placea location of it. But, if you are refering to the where the Star Wars galaxy 'exists'in relation to the movies, then the the only information I knowthere is that it is 'fa…r far away', and that's it's suggestedtime-frame would be a 'long time ago'. . Since E.T.'s home galaxy is 3 million light-years from Earth,and his species appeared in SW1:TPM, his home galaxy might actuallybe the Triangulum galaxy (which is 2.7 million light-years fromEarth). (MORE)
Answer . Currently There are several teams of people working on coding it. A team by the name of "SWG EMU" has a working Beta test center for the public. It is not complete yet, as with all of the other teams. More info http://swgemuservers.com/ http://www.galaxiesreborn.com/ http:…//swganh.com/ (MORE)
I too have SWG and i have to complete online adventures. First you buy your first stage of your game in a store and then the go home install it check the price how much to pay to play then you go to where you type your name and password type it in lol if you cant find this out go to a professional i… was the one that answered the kotor 1 how to use cheats no cheats can go on SWG look for me on server bloodfin im MOstakil Aohi good luck in your gaming. (MORE)
No, but many Star Wars droids exhibit characteristics that modern robots and computers do already have.
NO!!!! YOU CAN NOT GET SUPER MARIO GALXY ON DS THAT MAKES NO CENTS. SORRY BUDDY GOOD LUCK TAKE THE SUPER MARIO GALAXY DISK AND PUT IT IN YO WII CAUSE SUPER MARIO GALAXY DS IS A HOAX
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It would seem unlikely, SWG continues to progress in having better graphics and new fighting techniques.
The first step is going to the trainer for the faction that you align yourself with. I do not know where the Freelance or Imperial trainers are, but the Rebel trainer (Commander Da'la) is located in the cantina in Mos Espa, Tatooine. The trainer will start you off with your first ship and will give …you missions so that you can advance in rank and experience.. If i may say, the freelance pilot is right in mos eisly in the cantina in the back room. the imperial pilot trainer in in some huge building in bestine. (MORE)
you need to get to lvl 30 as a jedi and you get a lightsaber
Yo I'm a big fan of Star Wars and you know medidtation and stuff, but what if there is a level higher than any like the force where you can move things. Ok maybe not droids and all that stuff. But still what if jedi knights are among us?. Please answer to my request.. MAY THE FORCE BE WITH YOU,ALW…AYS (MORE)
i dont no but even if i did i would not tell u cos you are a loser and i hate u u eat crap
i would have thought it was conciderably smaller because the space ships crosed it(at light speed) in minutes. if you tryed to cross our galaxy at light speed it would take billions of years.
No . The 'force', from Star Wars, is an idea based around engery sorrounding the Star Wars universe. It is made up, and not real.
They are real as in they exist.. However you cannot actually use them unless you hit someone.
Star Wars: Galaxies is designed to run on Windows 98, ME, 2000, and XP. It also runs on Windows Vista, but only under Administrator mode.
Forget Star Wars, buddy. Star Trek is the future. Wait another 30 years or so.
No it is not possible. so if you where like Luke then you could train him and earn other Luke's that are Jedi's. But the second person behind you if that is a Jedi then you can switch players and be that guy.
The answer to this can only be an opinion but the graphics are quite good and there aren't many glitches.
Your datapad which cab be accessed by pressing the letter k on your keyboard or by pressing the escape key and scrolling down your sidebar until you reach the datapad menu.
its worth 14.99 for a mouth, and for two months its worth about 24.99 i believe.
Well the 1st thing you need to do is get a time machine and travel backwards in time due to the fact that they shut down that game.
Not presently, however, the Berkly institute has developed a plasma arc device that looks, sounds, and behaves like a light saber, but it takes an enormous amount of power to sustain and a lot of equipment to produce. It's not exactly hand-held yet.
You can't become a stormtrooper, but you can join the Imerial faction and purchase stormtrooper armor in order to say you are stormtrooper through roleplaying purposes.
Starwars Galaxies costs $14.95 for 30 days of game play. If you want you can purchase the expansion for $19.95 which comes with 30 days of game play.
No. But the technology in Star Wars might become possible in the future. Maybe. It's possible I'm pretty sure no one has been to every galaxy and checked.
You don't technically need the CD to play the game. However you do need a active account to play the game, which can only be created with a unused CD key. So you either need to acquire an exsisting account, which is at your own risk, as it is against the rules. Otherwise you will have to buy the gam…e to get the CD key needed to create an account. (MORE)
There is no actual lightsaber that exists currently in the world. Despite attempts at controlling the paths and movement of laser, it is physically impossible (currently, at least) to form a non-matter pole-shaped laser beam that protrudes from a small hilt. This is because light travels extre…mely fast and does not stop. Therefore, a powerful laser beam would be possible, but not a powerful laser sword. It's theorized that the lightsaber is not a laser, but actually plasma contained by a feild of so kind of energy, that seems more likely to eventually be made, but that still would be extremely hard to do. (MORE)
Since it's a fictional setting, it's really up to the author(s) how many planets there are, but assuming it's similar to the Milky Way, probably hundreds of billions.
You can easily buy one from a bazaar terminal, or if you have a friend who is a Structures trader they can make a house for you.
u can either buy one, or (i think u can do this) craft a droid if ur a trader, or just have a friend give one to u.
There is one "true" successor to Star Wars Galaxies. Star Wars: The Old Republic was created by Bioware (creators of Star Wars Knights of the Old Republic, a fantastic RPG itself) under license from LucasArts. It's a traditional MMORPG in the style of World of Warcraft except... it has Jedi. A…lso, there are on-rails space segments, which are fun, but don't quite match what SWG had. (MORE)
Depends. If your asking if two players can be on the same computer, than no, Only one person can be on that computer at a given time. However, if you asking about the game itself is singleplayer, than no. It's genre is an MMO (a.k.a Massive Multiplayer Online). So you will find that other playe…r will also being playing that game as well. EDIT: But, you might already know that all the official Star Wars Galaxies servers have shut down. (MORE)
Well, that's a Yes/No question, After Starwars 6, (return of the jedi) the story continues in Comic books and chapter books. Han Solo and Princesse Leia Marry, and have 3 children, and Luke marries i believe, the emporers former apprentice (not possitivly sure if she was) mara Jade. and an ironic tw…ist, is in an old star wars book series, it is revealed Emporor Palpatine had a Son named Triclops. (MORE)
After Return of the Jedi (ROTJ), the Rebellion did not have complete control of the galaxy. Even though The Death Star II and the Executor were destroyed, there were still thousands of planets still controlled by the empire. Not every Imperial ship fought in the battle of Endor. The remaining Imperi…al forces were known as the Imperial Remnant. They fought the rebels in small battles, mostly defending the remaining Moffs and keeping up the hope that one day a new emperor would rise up and take power. (MORE)
Unfortunately, no. The Star Wars universe is fictional, so thoseexact people and that storyline can't exist in our reality. That's not to say, though, that we couldn't develop technologiesthat resemble the ones in the Star Wars movies, or that we can'tfight for the cause of good, as the heroes in th…ose movies do. Itisn't even to say that some of the things in the movies don'treflect things in the real world. That's what fiction does for us.It helps us to look at reality is an extra-large and safer way. Itis good to have fictional heroes and to believe in fictionalcauses... because those things reflect the real world, and help usto figure out who we are and what we are willing to fight for inreal life. (MORE)
The galaxy portrayed in the Star Wars universe is simply dubbed " The galaxy ". The Essential Atlas refers to it as " Skyriver ", however, as no other text has used this name, it is not generally considered to be canon.
No. The technology in Star Wars is still far too advanced for us today, so it's never fully known if we'll be able to have some technology from Star Wars in our world.
The short answer is no. In the Film they had plastic blades that emitted a coloured light, it was then covered my special effect. If you look at the earlier movies you can see that when they switched them on and off they moved the blade either towards the camera to shorten the blade or away from it …to lengthen it. If you watch the un-remastered versions, during the fight between Ben and Vader you can actually see the plastic rods. On the digitally enhanced you cant. (MORE)
I believe you need to buy the game, make an account, then pay a monthly fee to play.
Theoretically there could be, the Universe is ever expanding andhas millions of galaxies. It is possible, though extremelyunlikely, an identical galaxy to that in Star Wars is out there.
Yes! if you travel exactly 260,000,00 to the world of NOTHING! No there isn't my friend! :)
No real object is named the "Star Wars Galaxy". That was a fiction,invented for the movies., The nearest galaxy is the Milky Way. We can get there quitequickly, since we're already in it. The next nearest galaxy isknown as M31, or NGC 224, or the Andromeda Galaxy. If you could(1). travel at the spee…d of light, and (2). travel in a straightline, then (3). you could be there in 2.5 million years.Unfortunately, (1). you can't, and (2). you can't, so therefore(3). you can't., But speaking of the Andromeda Galaxy, you might want to keep yourcrash helmet handy, because it's headed toward us, and thecollision is expected to begin in less than 4 billion years. (MORE)
Star Wars A Galaxy in Darkness - 2009 was released on: USA: 24 April 2009 (Ivy Film Festival)
If you're asking are the planets, characters & situationsliterally real. Honestly, no one can say yes or no with any certainty. They happen a long time ago in a galaxy far far away so it'sentirely possible situations similar to those on screen havehappened somewhere in the vast expanses of the cosm…os however, theevents as we have seen in the movies, obviously are not"real" (MORE)
There are 20 million sentient species (5 million in the knowngalaxy) in the Star Wars galaxy (an alternate version of theTriangulum galaxy; a spiral galaxy 3 million light-years fromEarth, and is 100,000-120,000 light-years in diameter, and contains400 billion stars (100 billion in known galaxy) and… 180 billionstar systems (~50 billion in known galaxy)). (MORE)
There are 400 billion stars in the Star Wars galaxy. They come inall sizes, colors, and temperature.
The list of unlikely candidates for the Star Wars galaxy are: ACS-GC 13003331 BFB2004 NGC 4676 1176 BFB2004 NGC 4676 1289 BFB2004 NGC 4676 2934 BFB2004 VV 29 127 BFB2004 VV 29 3094 COSMOS 1161898 ISOHDFS 27 NGC 253 NGC 514 NGC 891 NGC 908 NGC 2770 NGC 3370 NGC 5247 NGC 5364 NGC 6118 NGC 7331 PGC 165…514 PGC 169337 PGC 198197 PGC 1175571 PGC 1368199 PGC 1375823 PGC 1442333 PGC 1669768 PGC 1762846 PGC 2416052 PGC 2631284 PGC 3080366 and millions of other spiral galaxies in the universe (MORE)