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Teebo and Wicket W. Warrick dressed up as ghosts for Hallowe'en.

«It's only me. This party is great fun, isn't it?
―Teebo and Wicket W. Warrick in costume on Halloween[src]

A ghost was a type of figure in the folklore of the Jedi Knights[1] and the Ewoks[2] of Bright Tree Village, located on the Forest Moon of Endor.[3] During the yearly festival known as Hallowe'en, many Ewoks dressed up as ghosts as part of the festivities. A ghost costume consisted of a white bolt of cloth pulled over the Ewok's head with round circles serving as eye holes.[2] In 3 ABY,[4] for instance, the Ewoks Teebo and Wicket W. Warrick chose to wear ghost costumes for the holiday. In this guise, Teebo scared Warrick as a prank.[2]

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In real life, ghosts appear in most belief systems. They are generally believed to be the lingering spirit of a deceased human.



Notes and referencesEdit

  1. Star Wars: Clone Wars Adventures (video game).
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 "Chief Chirpa Kidnapped!," p. 13.
  3. The village is named in The Essential Guide to Characters, p. 184.
  4. The Ewoks comic series takes place in 3 ABY; see Leland Y Chee (April 20, 2006 11:42 AM). Books, Comics, & Television VIPs. forums. Retrieved on November 6, 2010.
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