Can You Name the Star Wars Character From Their Last Line of Dialogue?

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Mark Lichtenstein

5 Min Quiz

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About This Quiz

"Star Wars" is one of the most successful franchises in the history of franchises. With Disney guaranteeing a future, the rebel alliance may, at last, finally take power from the Empire and its heirs. But at heart, "Star Wars" is about so much more than the Jedi light sabers and epic space battles; the enchanting new planets, aliens and cultures; the Force and the characters that wield it for the light and the dark. It's also about remembering lines to quote at parties to make people laugh, break the ice and asset your nerd cred.

"Star Wars" is rife with memorable dialog. From epic lines that changed you forever, such as "Now, young Skywalker ... you will die," and "There is ... another ... Sky ... walk ... er," to the quiet characters and their one-liners, ""My Lord, the construction is finished ... he lives."

These are the lines that built an empire, that changed the way you looked at the world and space. This is the dialog with which you thought a great mentor died , only to find out they became greater than you could have ever imagined, "You can't win, Darth. If you strike me down, I shall become more powerful than you can possibly imagine."

Take this quiz, young Padawan, and prove that you have what it takes to be a Jedi Knight - or at least to sound like one!

"There is... another... Sky... Sky... walker."

This final line spoken by Yoda comes in "Return of The Jedi," when Luke visits with his master one last time.

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"Put Captain Solo in the cargo hold."

This is Boba Fett's last line of dialogue. While he appears in "Return of The Jedi," he has no dialogue in that film, making his last line in "The Empire Strikes Back" his last line of dialogue, chronologically.

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"Many Bothans died to bring us this information. Admiral Ackbar, please."

This is Mon Mothma's final line in the briefing on the attack on the second Death Star before handing the lectern to Admiral Ackbar

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"Oopsin da Chancellor!! So sorry, Your Highness, sir."

Jar Jar Binks was a brave attempt at something new, and it failed. No one liked the character, saying that he was boring, he was not funny, or even that he was a racist caricature. This was the last line of dialogue he had.

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"All right, Wedge. Go for the power regulator on the north tower."

The very cool Lando didn't have a lot of lines in "Return of The Jedi," but this, his last line, was uttered in the heat of the climactic battle.

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"The fuel cells have ruptured. The collapse of the planet has begun."

General Hux says this line towards the end of "The Force Awakens."

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"You already have, Luke. You were right about me. Tell your sister... you were right."

Uttered not by Darth Vader, but by Anakin Skywalker, this line marks the death of the Jedi who killed The Emperor

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"Now, young Skywalker... you will die."

The Emperor, formerly Senator Palpatine, says this line as he tortures Luke with force lightning, intending to torture him to death.

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"Put him in."

Jabba's final line of dialogue comes right before the battle in which Luke liberates Han Solo, and when Leia strangles Jabba with a chain.

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"My Lord, the construction is finished... he lives."

The Medical Droid seems to have one function: repairing the broken body of Anakin Skywalker and making him Darth Vader.

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"Alert all commands. Ready for the tractor beam."

Shortly after being made an Admiral, Piett acted on behalf of Darth Vader on pain of death.

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"They did it!"

"See-Threepio's" last line in "Return of The Jedi" showcases his camp, obviating the need for further comment by other characters.

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"Lord Vader, the fleet has moved out of light-speed, and we're preparing to... Aaagh!"

Ozzel's death at the "hands" of Lord Vader is textbook workplace bullying.

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"I'm placing these droids in your care. Treat them well. Clean them up. Have the Protocol Droid's mind wiped."

Bail Organa's final line is his orders to erase the memories of C-3PO and R2-D2.

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"Obi-Wan... there... is good in him. I know there is... still..."

Padme, the mother of both Luke and Leia, secret wife of Anakin Skywalker, speaks this line before she dies.

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"You can't win, Darth. If you strike me down, I shall become more powerful than you can possibly imagine."

Ben Kenobi, formerly Obi-Wan Kenobi, issues this cryptic warning to Darth Vader shortly before Vader kills him.

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"Standing by."

We never learn very much about Intercom Voice, but these are his last words before he dies in the explosion of the Death Star.

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"Take over. We've got a bad transmitter. I'll see what I can do."

This line comes before a wonderful moment of comedy as Han and Chewy punch him out, during their invasion of the Death Star

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"Get me a scanning crew in here on the double. I want every part of this ship checked!"

Yes, it was a lowly officer whose job seemed to be simply repeating Darth Vader's orders, who uttered this, his last line. While the actor may have played other Stormtroopers, this was his character's last line.

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"I told you there was more to this... the Jedi are involved."

Darth Maul didn't have many lines, and none of them were even said by the actor playing the role! Unlike Darth Vader, at least with Darth Maul we got to see the actor's face.

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"Don't be absurd. There are too few of you. It won't be long before hundreds of destroyer droids break in to rescue us."

Nute was a bad guy, hiding behind his army of robot thugs in "The Phantom Menace."

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"Mesa hopen dissa working for da Queen."

General Ceel was a Gungan leader in "The Phantom Menace," meaning he was of the same race as Jar Jar Binks.

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"Leave the base at once and come to me with Kylo Ren."

Supreme Leader Snoke says this line at the end of "The Force Awakens," meaning until the next film is released, it is his last line of dialogue.

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"Yes. Anything."

Han Solo's death was both unsatisfying and shocking, leaving him with this, his last line of dialogue.

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"Blast him!"

Who could forget Clone Commander Cody, the CG soldier who stood at awkward angles throughout "Revenge of The Sith"?

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"Follow me! You stand guard."

First Officer's appearance in "A New Home" was not particularly memorable, but he gave C-3PO an opportunity to play-act.

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"I'm afraid she died... it seems in your anger, you killed her."

Darth Sidious, aka Senator Palpatine, aka The Emperor, says this line to Darth Vader, gaslighting him into giving in to his rage.

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"Copy, Gold Leader. I'm already on my way out."

Wedge is a character who appears throughout the original trilogy, showing off his ace piloting skills against both AT-AT walkers and starships.

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"Bly, do you think they're Droids?"

Jedi Master Aayla Secura was a general in "The Clone Wars," murdered by her right hand robot, Bly.

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"Master Skywalker, there are too many of them. What are we going to do?"

This last line of dialogue is uttered by a child studying to be a Jedi, shortly before Anakin Skywalker murders them all.

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