Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge The Merchandise

A wise old hermit once said, "Merchandising, Merchandising, Merchandising!" And that's what it's all about. More of the D23 Galaxy's Edge everything you should know covered all the amazing merchandise we can expect from our trip to Batuu. They'll have the Droid Depot, located in the market. Where we'll pick parts and pieces off a conveyor belt, then build and customize their astromech droids (R-series or BB-series). They'll be capable of interacting with elements in the land, responding to guests’ behaviors. Additional programming chips and accessories can be added to the droids to further customize their abilities. You'll also be able to get your hands on pre-built droids, including a C-3PO, & a Rex who will be able to play music you have on your smartphone through a Bluetooth connection. Also offering droid-inspired products and much more, this'll be my first stop hands down. There will also be Savi’s Workshop, where guests will build their own elegant lightsaber down to the kyber crystal. With a guided guided tour, where each guest will have four options to choose from: Peace Justice (modeled after Jedi from the Republic era); Power Control (a nod to the Sith); Elemental Nature (harnessing air, earth, fire, and water); and Defense (shrouded in mystery). Inside Dok-Ondar’s Den of Antiquities, we'll find a selection of mysterious and rare items representing different eras of the Star Wars galaxy, including ancient Jedi and Sith artifacts, holocrons, lightsabers, and more. Definitely my second stop. Then we can hit the Creature Stall. Where we'll find some unusual beasts from all across the galaxy, ranging from the friendly (porgs, tauntauns) to the not-so-friendly (rathtars, wampas). Nearby, you’ll find the Toydarian Toymaker stall, offering crafted items. Artisan-style plush characters, wood and tin toys, and instruments. Resistance Supply sounds like a kiosk at the Resistance’s hidden command post, selling badges, hats, pins, and other accessories to help guests feel like part of the cause. Another kiosk sounding establishment will be First Order Cargo, a temporary storage dock located near the market. It'll give interstellar tourists a chance to pledge their loyalty to the First Order by purchasing caps, gear, model ships, pins, and more. Coolest part to me though is no Galaxy's Edge merch. Everything that's sold will go out of it's way to not take you out of the immersion. I love it. That's it for this one so far, check out the food & drinks posted before this.