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[[File:Ewok cartoon catapult.jpg|thumb|right|250px|[[Ewok]] catapult.]]
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[[File:Ewok cartoon catapult.jpg|thumb|right|250px|[[Ewok/Legends|Ewok]] catapult]]
{{Quotetrans|Bring the catapult!|[[Chief]] [[Chirpa]]|The Cries of the Trees}}
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'''Catapults''' were primitive artillery weapons that use elastic or gravitational potential energy to accelerate projectiles of any type on a balistic trajectory towards the enemy. Two types of catapults that greatly impacted [[The galaxy|galactic]] history were [[Gungan energy catapult|energy catapults]], employed by the [[Gungan Grand Army]] to launch their [[energy ball]] ordnance at the [[Trade Federation|Trade Federation Army]] during the [[Battle of Naboo]] in [[32 BBY]], and the catapults used by the [[Ewok]]s to launch their more primitive rock projectiles at the occupying [[Galactic Empire|Imperial]] force during the [[Battle of Endor]].
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'''Catapults''' were primitive artillery weapons that used elastic or gravitational potential energy to accelerate projectiles of any type on a ballistic trajectory towards the enemy. Two types of catapults that greatly impacted [[The galaxy/Legends|galactic]] history were [[Gungan energy catapult|energy catapults]], employed by the [[Gungan Grand Army/Legends|Gungan Grand Army]] to launch their [[Booma/Legends|energy ball]] ordnance at the [[Trade Federation/Legends|Trade Federation Army]] during the [[Battle of Naboo/Legends|Battle of Naboo]] in [[32 BBY/Legends|32 BBY]], and the catapults used by the [[Ewok/Legends|Ewoks]] to launch their more primitive rock projectiles and burning rocks at the occupying [[Galactic Empire/Legends|Imperial]] force during the [[Battle of Endor/Legends|Battle of Endor]]. In [[36 ABY]] during the [[Battle of Tenupe]], the [[Great Swarm]] [[Killik]] army used catapults, [[Magcannon Max|magcannons]] and other primitive weapons to try to take down [[Chiss Ascendancy/Legends|Chiss]] perimeter shields.
   
 
==Appearances==
 
==Appearances==
*''[[Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace]]''
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*[[Star Wars: Episode I The Phantom Menace|''Star Wars'': Episode I ''The Phantom Menace'']]
*''[[LEGO Star Wars: The Complete Saga]]'' {{Nc}}
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*{{Journal|7|Mist Encounter}} {{Mo}}
*''[[LEGO Star Wars II: The Original Trilogy]]'' {{Nc}}
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*''[[Star Wars: Rogue Squadron III: Rebel Strike]]''
 
*{{Ewoks|The Cries of the Trees}}
 
*{{Ewoks|The Cries of the Trees}}
 
*{{Ewoks|Rampage of the Phlogs}}
 
*{{Ewoks|Rampage of the Phlogs}}
 
*{{Ewoks|A Warrior and a Lurdo}}
 
*{{Ewoks|A Warrior and a Lurdo}}
 
*{{Ewoks|Battle for the Sunstar}}
 
*{{Ewoks|Battle for the Sunstar}}
*''[[Star Wars Episode VI: Return of the Jedi]]'' {{1st}}
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*[[Star Wars: Episode VI Return of the Jedi|''Star Wars'': Episode VI ''Return of the Jedi'']] {{1st}}
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*''[[The Ewoks Join the Fight]]''
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*''[[Star Wars: Force Commander]]''
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*''[[Star Wars 82: Diplomacy]]''
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*{{WEGCite|book=Star Wars Campaign Pack|text=''Star Wars Campaign Pack''|story=Tests of the Godking}}
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*{{WEGCite|book=Classic Campaigns|text=''Classic Campaigns''|story=Tests of the Godking}}
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*''[[Dark Nest III: The Swarm War]]''
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==Non-canon appearances==
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*''[[LEGO Star Wars: The Video Game]]''
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*''[[LEGO Star Wars: The Complete Saga]]''
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*[[LEGO Star Wars: Microfighters (video game)|''LEGO Star Wars: Microfighters'' video game]]
   
 
==Sources==
 
==Sources==
*[[Star Wars: Return of the Jedi (toy line)|''Star Wars: Return of the Jedi'' toy line]] {{1stID}}
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*{{KennerCite|set=Star Wars: Return of the Jedi (toy line)|text=''Star Wars: Return of the Jedi''|pack=Ewok Assault Catapult|link=}} {{1stID}}
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*[[Star Wars: Return of the Jedi Coloring Book (Max Rebo)|''Star Wars: Return of the Jedi Coloring Book'' (Max Rebo)]] {{Po}}
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*[[Star Wars: Return of the Jedi Coloring Book (1984)|''Star Wars: Return of the Jedi Coloring Book'' (1984)]] {{Po}}
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*''[[Battle for Endor]]''
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*{{Journal|2|The Free-Trader's Guide to Sevarcos}}
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*[[Star Wars Sourcebook (Second Edition)|''Star Wars Sourcebook'', Second Edition]]
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*{{WEGCite|book=The Best of the Star Wars Adventure Journal, Issues 1-4|text=''The Best of the Star Wars Adventure Journal, Issues 1-4''|story=The Free-Trader's Guide to Sevarcos}} {{C|Reprint}}
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*''[[Live-Action Adventures]]''
 
*''[[Star Wars: The Action Figure Archive]]''
 
*''[[Star Wars: The Action Figure Archive]]''
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*''[[Star Wars: Rogue Squadron III: Rebel Strike: The Official Nintendo Player's Guide]]''
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*{{SWE|groups|ewoks|Ewoks}}
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*{{SWE|groups|gungangrandarmy|Gungan Grand Army}}
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*{{SWE|technology|gungantech|Gungan weaponry}}
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*{{SWE|groups|gungans|Gungans}}
   
 
==External links==
 
==External links==

Revision as of 23:42, December 1, 2019

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Ewok cartoon catapult

Ewok catapult

«Bring the catapult!»
Chief Chirpa[src]

Catapults were primitive artillery weapons that used elastic or gravitational potential energy to accelerate projectiles of any type on a ballistic trajectory towards the enemy. Two types of catapults that greatly impacted galactic history were energy catapults, employed by the Gungan Grand Army to launch their energy ball ordnance at the Trade Federation Army during the Battle of Naboo in 32 BBY, and the catapults used by the Ewoks to launch their more primitive rock projectiles and burning rocks at the occupying Imperial force during the Battle of Endor. In 36 ABY during the Battle of Tenupe, the Great Swarm Killik army used catapults, magcannons and other primitive weapons to try to take down Chiss perimeter shields.

Appearances

Non-canon appearances

Sources

External links

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