Star Wars: Attack of the Clones: The Visual Dictionary is the third book in Star Wars Visual Dictionary series. It describes and exhibits the elements of Star Wars: Episode II Attack of the Clones. It was republished as part of Star Wars: The Complete Visual Dictionary. It is written in a way that gives away no spoilers from Attack of the Clones.
Summary[edit | edit source]
Super-sharp annotated photos and authoritative text reveal the world of Star Wars: Attack of the Clones including the characters, creatures, droids and equipment.
Contents[edit | edit source]
- The Growing Darkness
- Senator Padmé Amidala
- Supreme Chancellor Palpatine
- The Senate
- Obi-Wan Kenobi
- Anakin Skywalker
- Zam Wesell
- Coruscant Underlevels
- Outlander Nightclub
- Dexter's Diner
- Jedi Temple
- Jedi Archives
- Freighter Trampers
- Padmé Naberrie
- Clone Trooper Growth
- Clone Trooper Equipment
- Jango Fett – Bounty Hunter
- Jango and Boba Fett
- The Lars Family
- Tusken Raiders
- Count Dooku
- The Separatists
- Geonosian Aristocracy
- Trade Federation Battle Droids
- Geonosian Drones
- Arena Beasts
- Jedi in Battle
- Lightsaber Combat
Back Cover[edit | edit source]
- Cut-away views of a clone trooper's blaster.
- Mutant creatures from the Coruscant Underlevels
- Jedi and Sith Holocrons
- The principles of Lightsaber combat
- Jango Fett's and Zam Wesell's bounty hunter weapons
- The origins of the secret clone army
Continuity[edit | edit source]
- The book states that Anakin studied Form IV of lightsaber combat, while in all other sources, Anakin is a practitioner of Form V.
- Barriss Offee's tattoos are erroneusly stated to be from Chalactan nature. The MedStar Duology, however, correctly stated that her tattoos were from Mirialan nature.
- Elan Sel'Sabagno is shown with ears while in the film he has antennapalps. While Sel'Sabagno originally had ears in the film, these were later removed by Industrial Light & Magic according to Pablo Hidalgo, thus retconing his appearance in the film. Anyway, the Sel'Sabagno toys were released with ears instead of antennapalps.
- As in some early scripts for the film, Jamillia's name was spelled as "Jamilla".
- Rune Haako is named Gilramos Libkath.
- Zam Wesell's gender, as with most other guidebooks, was listed as "unknown". However, her Databank entry confirmed that she was female. Furthermore, the comic book one-shot Star Wars: Zam Wesell clarified that Wesell was "sometimes" female due her condition of Clawdite.
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