Surprises in Batuu: Traveler’s Guide To Galaxy’s Edge
Thinking About Galaxy’s Edge and Batuu….
With some time between visual projects for TV or cinemas, the
good great folks at StarWars.com are devoting good time to books!
And one book, which I have been very much enjoying, is Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge: Traveler’s Guide To Batuu.
Beyond the unfortunate double “:” the book is a must for any fan of Batuu at Disneyland or Walt Disney World.
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7 Surprises We Found in Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge: Traveler’s Guide to Batuu
The newly released book Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge: Traveler’s Guide to Batuu by Cole Horton gives Star Wars fans a unique look at what you’ll discover while visiting Batuu. You’ll learn details about the stores, eateries, and cantinas you can visit as well as the locals who run them. Even if you’ve visited Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge via a trip to Disneyland® Resort or Walt Disney World® Resort or read tie-in books and comics that have featured Batuu, there are lots of new details, factoids, and travel warnings to discover in this in-world guidebook written by historian Eloc Throno. To paraphrase Luke Skywalker, you’ll find that Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge: Traveler’s Guide is full of surprises — here are seven we found.
Or one — below — because I want you to go see Amy’s full post:
1. Batuu isn’t far from another particular planet.
The map near the front of the guide shows where Batuu and dozens of other Star Wars worlds are located. As Batuu is in the Outer Rim, it’s a good stopping off point for people brave enough to explore Wild Space. Batuu is also fairly close to Ahch-To, known for its thriving porg population, among other things….
So, this makes me wonder…
Luke Skywalker lived on Ach-To. Did he ever make it to Batuu?
Wouldn’t THAT be a cool character to see walking about Black Spire?
Anyway, Amy did a nice job on the list. Check out her work on StarWars.com.