Star Wars Forces of Destiny Episode Sands of Jakku

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Star Wars Forces of Destiny episode Sands of Jakku has debuted on Disney’s YouTube channel today.

In this episode, Rey fends off a creature that wants to devour her new friend, BB-8.

What do you think of the episode? Let us know in our forums or in the comments section below!

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  1. Bel-Cam, I think this is in-canon. It's all canon now. CANON!

    But that trademark "TM" on the opening "Star Wars" logo, how cheap can you get?

    Also, could you say "BB-8" a few more times? We're not sure which of the TWO CHARACTERS you're talking to enough.

  2. JediTricks

    Bel-Cam, I think this is in-canon. It's all canon now. CANON!

    But that trademark "TM" on the opening "Star Wars" logo, how cheap can you get?

    Also, could you say "BB-8" a few more times? We're not sure which of the TWO CHARACTERS you're talking to enough.

    Cannon, you said? Blown out of one, or with one?

    I'm surprised it's not Disneyfilm that's replaced it yet.

    I was mad that they hadn't made it to the fireworks factory! Then he has to go back to his home planet? That was lame… to the EXTREME!

    (again, in seriousness, this is good for kids, but too much of it will over-Disney-expose the brand, as they've done to many others)

  3. JediTricks

    Bel-Cam, I think this is in-canon. It's all canon now. CANON!

    I think the word Bel-Cam was looking for is continuity. Canonicity deals more with behind the scenes who created said story/show/movie. If something were to be created by the past/present owner or someone directly connected to/endorsed/licensed by said past/present owner of a franchise, then it is canon. Fan fictions I write would not be canon for example. The old Expanded Universe (Legends) however would be an example of something that is canon, but not in continuity.

    With all that said, I'm not really seeing the point with these shorts so far. They haven't really added anything worthwhile thus far. More like simplified rehashes of what I've already seen from the movies.