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'''R4-G9''' was an [[astromech droid]] that belonged to [[Obi-Wan Kenobi]]. Kenobi replaced the [[droid]] [[R4-P17]] with this droid when R4-P17 was destroyed by [[Pistoeka sabotage droid|buzz droids]] in the [[Battle of Coruscant]] and traveled with it to [[Utapau]] for the [[Battle of Utapau]]. Obi-Wan sent R4-G9 back alone in his [[Eta-2 Actis-class light interceptor|interceptor]] to the ''[[Vigilance]]'' report to [[Commander]] [[CC-2224|Cody]].<ref name="RotS">[[Star Wars: Episode III Revenge of the Sith|''Star Wars'': Episode III ''Revenge of the Sith'']]</ref>
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'''R4-G9''' was an [[astromech droid]] that belonged to [[Obi-Wan Kenobi]]. Kenobi replaced the [[droid]] [[R4-P17]] with this droid when she was destroyed by [[Pistoeka sabotage droid|buzz droids]] in the [[Battle of Coruscant]] and traveled with it to [[Utapau]] for the [[Battle of Utapau]]. Obi-Wan sent R4-G9 back alone in his [[Eta-2 Actis-class light interceptor|interceptor]] to the ''[[Vigilance]]'' report to [[Commander]] [[CC-2224|Cody]].<ref name="RotS">[[Star Wars: Episode III Revenge of the Sith|''Star Wars'': Episode III ''Revenge of the Sith'']]</ref>
   
 
==Behind the scenes==
 
==Behind the scenes==

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R4-G9 was an astromech droid that belonged to Obi-Wan Kenobi. Kenobi replaced the droid R4-P17 with this droid when she was destroyed by buzz droids in the Battle of Coruscant and traveled with it to Utapau for the Battle of Utapau. Obi-Wan sent R4-G9 back alone in his interceptor to the Vigilance report to Commander Cody.[3]

Behind the scenes

In July 2003, George Lucas decided to let subscribers of the StarWars.com Hyperspace feature determine the look of a new astromech droid to appear in the upcoming 2005 movie Star Wars: Episode III Revenge of the Sith. Four color schemes were proposed. The first was a striped design, with a metallic gray blue pattern along a pewter dome. The second color scheme featured a metallic camouflage green eye and selected panels, aluminum panels, and a pewter dome. The third design had an embossed circuitry look with raised surface detail on a gunmetal gray head. The last design was very metallic, featuring copper panels on a bronze dome. Ultimately, the fourth color scheme was chosen,[4] and went on to appear in Revenge of the Sith.[3]

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