Star Wars In Character – Bacta

In this episode we discuss the healing create secretions from The Empire Strikes Back, Rogue One and The Last Jedi.

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Star Wars In Character

The Star Wars In Character Podcast takes a look at the obscure side of the Star Wars Galaxy. Each episode features a single subject as the panelist learn its exhaustive back story during a fun and entertaining discussion. The episode wrap up with a round of trivia with questions and subjects from every corner of everything Star Wars. Star Wars In Character as features special live event episodes, interview with cast and Star Wars Community pioneers, and more. Check out the Star Wars In Character podcast - the less serious and more fun side of Star Wars fandom.

One thought on “Star Wars In Character – Bacta”

  1. Great show about a really obscure subject in the Star Wars universe. I don’t know what the big deal is regarding Canon and Legends. Everything ever written about Star Wars is still available to read, watch, play, etc. The way I look at it is: Canon is what Disney/Lucasfilm is currently using and Legends encompasses everything else. I enjoy watching and reading everything Star Wars, but suck at playing the video games, much like Tim. Suck it, Tim

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