Translate Aurebesh with New Star Wars Activewear Collection at Walt Disney World

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A new “Star Wars” activewear collection features the full Aurebesh alphabet. Aurebesh is the written language of the “Star Wars” universe, featuring symbols that correspond to the English alphabet. Star Wars Aurebesh Activewear The new collection is in the Star Wars: Galactic Outpost at Disney Springs. Youth Tee – $26.99 First up is this soft … Read more

Droid Depot Proprietor Mubo Featured on Keychain at Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge in Disney’s Hollywood Studios

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Scavengers and salvagers can find a new keychain devoted to the Droid Depot’s very own shopkeeper, Mubo. The keychain can be purchased at the Droid Depot in Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge. Mubo Keychain – $14.99 Disney’s Hollywood Studios has plenty of Star Wars themed keychains available, but none like Mubo. The Utai shopkeeper is the … Read more

Fourth of July Fireworks Tag Returning to EPCOT

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After a two year absence, the Independence Day tag will return to EPCOT. ‘Harmonious’ is expected to feature a revised version the popular tag, which immediately follows the standard show with a spectacular salute to America. The “Heartbeat of Freedom” tag was most recently used in 2019 following a performance of ‘Illuminations: Reflections of Earth’. … Read more

Star Wars Creature Bag Set and Aurebesh Translation Guide Keychain Scurry into Disneyland Resort

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Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge at Disneyland Resort is now selling a creature bag set and a practical new keychain. Guests will be able to purchase these items at the Creature Stall in the Black Spire Outpost. Take a look at what else the exotic stand has to offer! Star Wars Creature Bag Set – $29.99 … Read more

PHOTOS: Star Wars – Galaxy’s Edge Manhole Cover Mysteriously Appears in New EPCOT Entrance Area

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Hidden in plain sight along the newly-completed entrance gardens of EPCOT is a rusted hunk of junk from a galaxy far, far away. Literally—it’s from Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge in Disney’s Hollywood Studios. This side of the gardens debuted with the reopening of the park back in July, and it seems they had to improvise … Read more