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🚀 How to Play Star Wars Trivia

Are you a true Star Wars fan and want to prove it to everyone you know? Challenge yourself with this Star Wars Trivia Quiz! It will be funny to find out who of your friends knows the most about George Lucas’ Star Wars universe.

We’ve divided all questions into two categories: Easy Star Wars Trivia Questions and Hard Star Wars Trivia Questions.

Playing this trivia quiz game is very easy, though. The main objective of a trivia quiz is, of course, to answer questions correctly. But before playing, you need to set some ground rules, especially when a group of people is participating.

1. Establish a quizmaster

So, you and your group have to assign one player to be the quizmaster. Either it is the same person during the game’s entirety, or it is always the last person who answered a question correctly.

2. Divide players into teams

You have two options: You can divide players fairly into different teams, or it’s all against all.

3. Take note of the points

In order to be able to choose a winner at the end, someone has to take note of the points. But can also play just for fun, of course.

4. Time and points

To make it a fair game, set a time limit for answering questions. For example, a team has to answer the question in less than one minute before another team has the chance of responding. If they answer correctly, they get 2 points. If they fail, the next team then has only 30 seconds to answer and only gets 1 point if they answer correctly.

A team is only allowed to give one answer per question.

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You can also turn it into some sort of strip poker: Answering incorrectly frees players of a piece of clothing!

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👽 Easy Star Wars Trivia Questions

Here’s the best place to start your Star Wars Trivia Quiz! This section is well suited for every fan of the franchise, especially for younger ones! Can you answer all of them correctly?

If these questions are too easy for you, head to our Hard Star Wars Trivia Questions!

1. Who famously said, “It’s a trap!”

  • Luke Skywalker
  • Admiral Ackbar
  • Commander Cero
  • Chewbacca
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Admiral Ackbar

Gial Ackbar, also known as Admiral Ackbar, was a veteran male Mon Calamari soldier and a leader during several wars that took place during the Star Wars franchise.

2. What planet served as a refuge for Yoda?

  • Tatooine
  • Alderaan
  • Endor
  • Dagobah
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Dagobah

Dagobah was considered one of the purest places in the galaxy within the Force. That’s probably one of the main reasons why Yoda chose it as a refuge during his exile. It’s a remote world full of swamps and forests.

3. What was the name of Han Solo’s ship?

  • Ghost
  • X-Wing
  • Slave I
  • Millenium Falcon
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Millenium Falcon

The Millenium Falcon was a highly modified light freighter, model YT-1300F. It can probably be considered a sacrilege not to know the answer to this question as a true Star Wars fan!

4. Who was the famous mentor of Luke Skywalker?

  • Obi-Wan Kenobi
  • Jar Jar Binks
  • Qui-Gon Jinn
  • Lando Calrissian
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Obi-Wan Kenobi

Obi-Wan Kenobi, also known as Ben Kenobi, was a human Jedi Master and the teacher of Luke Skywalker.

5. Who is the creator of Star Wars?

  • Disney
  • George Lucas
  • Harrison Ford
  • Mark Hamill
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George Lucas

Lucas was highly inspired by Flash Gordon, Japanese samurai films by Akira Kurosawa, and Spaghetti Westerns to make Star Wars.

6. Where did Obi-Wan take Luke after his birth?

  • Tatooine
  • Dagobah
  • Naboo
  • Hoth
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Tatooine

Since Luke was the son of Anakin Skywalker, who turned shortly after the death of his wife Padmé from a Jedi to a Sith, the Jedi Master Obi-Wan Kenobi felt the urge to protect the child. So he personally sent the infant to Tatooine to live with his step-uncle.

7. Who killed Han Solo?

  • Rey
  • Kylo Ren
  • Finn
  • Supreme Leader Snoke
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Kylo Ren

Kylo Ren was a human on the dark side of the Force, and before he was renamed also known as Ben Solo – the son of Han Solo. Yes, he killed his own father.

8. What is the episode number of the very first Star Wars film?

  • IV
  • V
  • I
  • III
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IV

It may seem odd to anyone who is not already familiar with the fact, but George Lucas made the strange decision to start with Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope.

To understand this, you need to know how Lucas wrote the script: The original trilogy was initially one big story that got split later. But Lucas always had an entire backstory for that script in mind – originally planning on six movies – that later became the prequel trilogy. Still, out of all potential stories, he thought that episode IV would probably hook the audience the most; and it did!

9. Who was Boba Fett’s father?

  • Obi-Wan Kenobi
  • Jango Fett
  • Tyree Fett
  • Han Solo
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Jango Fett

Jango Fett was a Mandalorian and the clone template for the Grand Army of the Republic. One of these clones was Boba Fett, who he raised as his son.

10. Who built C-3PO?

  • Anakin Skywalker
  • Jabba the Hutt
  • Industrial Automaton
  • Obi-Wan Kenobi
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Anakin Skywalker

C-3PO, a protocol droid, was built by the child Anakin Skywalker, who would later become Darth Vader.

11. What did fans of The Mandalorian name “The Child”?

  • Baby Chewbacca
  • Baby Yoda
  • Baby Jar Jar
  • Baby Jabba
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Baby Yoda

Fans called “The Child” “Baby Yoda” as it is of the same alien species as Jedi Grand Master Yoda, before its real name got revealed.

12. What was “The Child”’s real name from The Mandalorian?

  • Gegu
  • Grogu
  • Granu
  • Goga
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Grogu

It took over one season and a half before “The Child”’s real name was revealed. It’s Grogu.

13. What was the name of the Wookiees’ homeworld?

  • Endor
  • Coruscant
  • Kashyyyk
  • Mustafar
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Kashyyyk

Kashyyyk was a forest planet located in the southwestern quadrant of the galaxy and homeworld of the Wookiees.

14. Around how old was Yoda when he finally succumbed to the Force?

  • 900
  • 800
  • 700
  • 650
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900

When Yoda died, he told Luke that he would become the last Jedi and should pass on everything he had learned. After that, Yoda’s body vanished as he became one with the Force.

15. Who was the Queen of the planet Naboo?

  • Aayla Secura
  • Leia
  • Padmé Amidala
  • Ahsoka Tano
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Padmé Amidala

Born into a humble background as Padmé Naberrie, Padmé became a political idealist early on and got elected to become the Queen of Naboo, adopting the regnal name “Amidala”.

16. What episode is The Last Jedi?

  • VIII
  • IX
  • VII
  • VI
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VIII

The Last Jedi is episode VIII, being the second movie of the sequel trilogy.

17. What was Count Dooku’s Sith name?

  • Darth Maul
  • Darth Tyranus
  • Darth Sidious
  • Darth Krayt
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Darth Tyranus

Once a Jedi Master, Count Dooku turned to the dark side as he felt fed up with the Jedi Order, the Republic, and political corruption, becoming Darth Tyranus.

18. Who was Leia’s mother?

  • Padmé Amidala
  • Shmi Skywalker
  • Sola Naberrie
  • Sinee Star
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Padmé Amidala

Padmé wasn’t just Leia’s mother, though, but also Luke’s. Their father was none other than Anakin Skywalker, also known as Darth Vader.

19. Who was the bounty hunter who caught Han Solo?

  • Bossk
  • Aran Samus
  • Jango Fett
  • Boba Fett
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Boba Fett

Boba Fett caught Han Solo on Bespin and delivered him to Jabba the Hutt on Tatooine, where he got encased in carbonite for several months.

20. Who stars as the famous Han Solo in the original Star Wars films?

  • Alec Guinness
  • Harrison Ford
  • Anthony Daniels
  • Mark Hamill
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Harrison Ford

Since Harrison Ford already played in a movie by George Lucas, Ford wasn’t part of the initial Star Wars cast. Ford was actually just hired to rehearse lines with other actors but did such an impressive job that Lucas eventually gave him the part of Han Solo.

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🤖 Hard Star Wars Trivia Questions

Could you answer all questions from the Easy Star Wars Trivia Questions correctly? Then let’s take it a step further and continue with exceptionally tricky questions! Can you answer them all correctly?

1. What species stole the plans to the Death Star?

  • Bothans
  • Wookiees
  • Ewoks
  • Ishi Tib
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Bothans

Despite many casualties, the Bothans, mammalian anthropoids, managed to get the plans for the Death Star thanks to their spy network.

2. What is the first Star Wars film in which Yoda is completely computer-generated?

  • The Phantom Menace
  • Attack of the Clones
  • Revenge of the Sith
  • Rogue One
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Attack of the Clones

It’s Episode II – Attack of the Clones. Yodas actor, Frank Oz, was only required on set for providing Yoda’s voice.

3. What was the name of Boba Fett’s ship?

  • Executor
  • Ghost
  • Home One
  • Slave I
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Slave I

Slave I was used by the infamous Mandalorian bounty hunter Jango Fett and later by his son/clone Boba Fett.

4. What kind of Trooper was introduced at the beginning of Rogue One?

  • Flood Trooper
  • Death Trooper
  • Star Trooper
  • Grand Trooper
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Death Trooper

Death Troopers were an elite variant of the regular Stormtroopers. They were specialized in being as stealthy as they were lethal. They served as Director Krennic’s bodyguards.

5. Who was Chancellor Palpatine’s Sith alter-ego?

  • Darth Sidious
  • Darth Bane
  • Darth Maul
  • Darth Malgus
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Darth Sidious

Chancellor Palpatine was the senator of Naboo and had a lot of power in the Republic Senate because of that. But he was not just that; in secret, he was also the Sith Lord Darth Sidious, using his power to become ruler over the galaxy.

6. At what age did Padmé Amidala become a queen?

  • 12 years old
  • 13 years old
  • 14 years old
  • 15 years old
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14 years old

Before her career in the Galactic Senate, Padmé was also the elected ruler of the Royal House of Naboo when she was only 14 years old.

7. What alien race did Admiral Ackbar belong to?

  • Vu Clami
  • Mon Calamari
  • Nu Nautili
  • Ton Octopi
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Mon Calamari

Admiral Ackbar belonged to the species Mon Calamari, an aquatic species native to the planet of Mon Cala.

8. What did Luke cut off the Wampa using his lightsaber?

  • Arm
  • Leg
  • Head
  • Tail
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Arm

Wampas were carnivorous ice creatures living on the snowy planet Hoth. When attacked by one, Luke cut off its arm.

9. What year did the first Star Wars movie come out?

  • 1975
  • 1976
  • 1977
  • 1978
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1977

The first Star Wars movie was Episode IV – A New Hope, which came out on May 25 in 1977.

10. Who killed Jabba the Hutt?

  • Han Solo
  • Princess Leia
  • Luke Skywalker
  • Boba Fett
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Princess Leia

Jabba the Hutt was choked to death by Princess Leia before he could execute her allies in the Great Pit of Carkoon.

11. Who told Luke there is another Skywalker?

  • A vision
  • Leia
  • Darth Vader
  • Yoda
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Yoda

Shortly before Yoda succumbs to the Force, he mutters the words, “There is another Sky- Skywalker …”, leaving Luke clueless behind.

12. What color was Mace Windu’s lightsaber?

  • Purple
  • Orange
  • Green
  • Blue
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Purple

Mace Windu’s lightsaber was purple, an exceedingly rare color for these weapons, and not blue or green like most Jedi lightsabers.

13. What species was Jar Jar Binks?

  • Rodian
  • Jawa
  • Quarren
  • Gungan
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Gungan

Jar Jar Binks was a Gungan outcast that later became a military commander and politician.

14. C-3PO was mechanically incapable of speaking translations from who?

  • The Sith
  • Yoda’s species
  • Kaminonians
  • Tuskens
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The Sith

Since the galaxy was littered with Sith artifacts that only brought harm and destruction, the Galactic Senate made it illegal for droids to be programmed to translate anything Sith-related.

15. Who famously said, “These aren’t the droids you’re looking for”?

  • Obi-Wan Kenobi
  • Luke Skywalker
  • Princess Leia
  • Han Solo
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Obi-Wan Kenobi

When stopped by a roadblock of stormtroopers, Obi-Wan Kenobi uses the Force to manipulate the mind of them to let them pass. He did so by mumbling the words the stormtrooper then repeated. One of the sentences was this famous quote.

16. In 1984, which Star Wars creatures starred in their own spin-off movie?

  • Wookies
  • Ewoks
  • Tuskens
  • Droids
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Ewoks

In 1984, a movie called Caravan of Courage: An Ewok Adventure aired in which Ewoks help two human children finding their parents. Its direct sequel aired in 1985, called Ewoks: The Battle for Endor.

17. Who killed Mace Windu?

  • Anakin Skywalker
  • Boba Fett
  • Darth Sidious
  • Darth Tyranus
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Darth Sidious

At first, it seemed like Mace could defeat Darth Sidious. But Anakin severed Mace’s forearm so that Sidious could finish him off.

18. Which protagonist of the original Star Wars trilogy refused to sign a three-picture deal?

  • Harrison Ford
  • Carrie Fisher
  • Mark Hamill
  • They all signed
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Harrison Ford

Ford was the only one refusing. That’s the reason why Han Solo was frozen in carbonite because they were not sure if Harrison Ford would return for a third film.

19. Who is the only non-Jedi in the original Star Wars trilogy to use a lightsaber?

  • Chewbacca
  • Leia
  • Han Solo
  • An Ewok
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Han Solo

In The Empire Strikes Back, Han uses Luke’s lightsaber to cut open the belly of a Tauntaun.

20. In the Star Wars Holiday Special, one particular Golden Girl played the role of Ackmena, the nightshift bartender. Which one?

  • Estelle Getty
  • Bea Arthur
  • Betty White
  • Rue McClanahan
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Bea Arthur

And during filming, she didn’t even know that she was participating in a Star Wars film!

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🔫 Bonus: Star Wars Trivia Facts

How did you do? Could you answer each and every question correctly? If so, congratulations! If not, don’t worry – you’ve learned a lot today!

But our journey isn’t over yet. There’s still more to come! Continue reading if you want to find out lots and lots of interesting facts and trivia about Star Wars!

1. Star Wars almost caused a real war.

The first Star Wars movie Episode IV – A New Hope was shot in 1976 in Tunisia as it seemed the perfect setting. But what they didn’t account for was that Tunisia shared a border with Libya, which dictator Gadaffi ruled at that time.

Libya wanted to start a war because some military vehicle was patrolling in front of the Libyan border. This “military vehicle” in question, though, was nothing but a Jawa Sandcrawler.

2. Luke should turn evil.

In the original script of the original trilogy, Luke should have become the new Darth Vader. But since the franchise was for kids, this idea seemed too dark for George Lucas in the end.

3. R2-D2 was a jerk.

R2-D2 wasn’t always the loveable goof he became in the movies. The actual intention was that he spoke in full sentences, mostly insulting C-3PO.

4. Weird communicators.

During its entirety, the Star Wars franchise often used unusual materials as futuristic props. Most notably, though, are Qui-Gon’s and Obi-Wan’s communicators in The Phantom Menace: They are just Gillette ladies’ razors. The power of make-believe, huh?

5. Obi-Wan hated Star Wars.

Or better said, the actor behind Obi-Wan: Alec Guinness was normally performing Shakespeare before he did in Star Wars.

According to friends, he felt the dialogues were pure rubbish. He also told a child that stated to have watched the movies over a hundred times to stop watching Star Wars, so he wouldn’t live “in a fantasy world of secondhand, childish banalities”.

6. The porg’s existence.

Did you know that the porgs were never meant to be included in the movie? They weren’t even part of the script! The only reason why they are in there is because The Last Jedi was shot on the Irish island of Skellig Michael, where hundreds of puffins roam around. And they aren’t very shy. So, as a last-minute addition, they just replaced these birds with the Porgs instead of removing them digitally.

7. Bear hunters.

While the Star Wars crew shot in the Redwood forests of Northern California for Return of the Jedi, they had to get the bodyguards for Chewbacca. Why, you ask? Because they had to protect him from hunters that could mistake him for a bear or even Bigfoot.

8. Yoda, the monkey.

Before Yoda was made with animatronics and puppetry, they planned on dressing up a monkey. But since the monkey looked hideous with its Yoda mask, that idea was dropped.

9. R2-D2’s beeps.

The sounds R2-D2 makes are somewhat unique and memorable. But did you know that they stem from the sounds a baby makes? They are just processed quite a lot.

10. The dirty word engraved lightsaber.

Many of you probably know Samuel L. Jackson from other movies, where he has quite the dirty mouth. In one of them – Pulp Fiction, to be precise – he has a wallet with some nasty words on it. (If you’ve seen any other movie with Jackson, you can probably tell which one.)

And in Star Wars, his lightsaber isn’t just unique because it’s purple, but also because it is engraved with the exact same words. These just don’t show up on camera.

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