The title of this article is conjectural.

Although this article is based on official information from the Star Wars Legends continuity, the actual name of this subject is pure conjecture.

This unidentified language was occasionally used by personnel of the travel agency Star Tours since at least a few months after the Battle of Endor, along with writing in Aurebesh, the High Galactic alphabet, and a written script. C-3PO occasionally used this language during his brief stint at Star Tours around the time of the Nagai–Tof War. The language, when spoken, placed particular emphasis on accented vowels. It also featured a written script which featured similar characters to the High Galactic alphabet, only it was utilized in a slightly different manner, and included accented punctuation at various points (eg. "Visitez L'evereque Lune D'Endor").

Behind the scenesEdit

Unsurprisingly for an attraction at Disneyland Paris, the Paris version of Star Tours features speech in French. When the park attraction opened and was revealed to feature a bilingual option, C-3PO's actor, Anthony Daniels supplied his lines in both English and French.


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