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The Athylia was a Pelta-class frigate in the service of the Jedi Order. Jedi Master Kelleran Beq often served aboard the vessel, alongside the protocol droid AD-3 and the astromech droid LX-R5.[1]


The Athylia was a Pelta-class frigate that served as a Jedi training facility. It had a cockpit that could seat two crew and was equipped with a hyperdrive and navigation computer.[1]

Behind the scenes[]

"I think one of my favorite projects that we got a chance to work on—we designed the spaceship Thilia [sic] for 'Jedi Temple Challenge.' I think me and the crew had the most fun doing that one, because it was a chance to do something that hadn't quite been seen before."
―Ryan Brett Puckett[2]

The Athylia

The Athylia was created for Star Wars: Jedi Temple Challenge, a game show released on StarWarsKids.com. The interior of the starship was created by production designer Ryan Brett Puckett. When the name of the ship was first revealed, it was identified as "Thilia."[2]

The ship's hyperspace levers were the same ones used in the touring Millennium Falcon Experience that accompanied the release of Solo: A Star Wars Story in May 2018. According to sound editor David W. Collins, the Athylia's sound was a combination of the Consular-class space cruiser Radiant VII and Yoda's escape pod. The ship also incorporated several unused wall panels and props from the theme park Galaxy's Edge.[3]

Contestants who had complete the show's "Strength Trials" would participate in a Knowledge Trial aboard the Athylia. After listening to a story told by AD-3, they would have to split into separate pilot and engineer roles where they had to answer questions from Jedi Master Kelleran Beq. The team that was the first to answer all five questions correctly would be admitted to the "Temple Trials."[1][4] The stories the contestants had to listen to were written by Star Wars author Cavan Scott.[3]



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