Lego Star Wars has a macabrene horror

In Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga you can meet a droid, who does nothing big, be put into scene out of scary. If you ask you now, what that should and what it has, you are right here. But make yourself on a background story, which is surprisingly bleak for Star Wars – and even right for a normally so family-friendly game like a part of the LEGO series.

Lego Star Wars: Skywalker Saga contains Creepy Easter Egg around Ghost-Droid Nobot

That’s why: In Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga you can enter a house in MOS ESPA in the episode 1-part, in which a strange protocol droid is pushing around. Includes the Silver C3po Lookalike, pausing the game briefly and the droid is put into scene with a camera trip and appropriate sound. That’s what it looks like:

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What’s that? Because Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga does not explain what is behind it, many players are now asking what that should. The answer is: It is a beside character of Episode 1 with an extremely gloomy background story. The dates back to the Star Wars Community and has been officially officially officially belonging to the Star Wars Canon since the extinction of the Extended Universe. But the legends are of course still preserved…

Extremely gloomy horror background: This silver ghost droid is usually called nobot and is entangled in a murder case. However, it remains unclear whether he was only a witness of the murder on a pregnant woman or whether he may even committed the murder himself. The stories of the inhabitants deal apart from Mos Espa like Jira. It is certainly that the Nobot has played the audio recordings of the last moments of this woman and her murder again and again, complete with a helery and the moment of death, followed by long, static noise.

Where nobot comes from and what his real meaning and purpose was, remains unclear, but he should have been around for decades in Mos Espa and again and again returned. No matter if he was exposed somewhere outside in the desert. Its serial number was worn away and Nobot should often have been seen with shot tracks and dried blood on its metal body. But because the scary stories are not listening for a long time: is shot at him, suddenly clamp the weapons, motors fail in his presence and much more (via: Star Wars Fandom).

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Of course, especially curious and wild work on the whole matter, that such a obscure, tendril and especially gloomy bit lore in such a family-friendly game as LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga can emerge. But those fans who have recognized Nobot, they were likely to have a small hole in his stomach. Our content test to Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga can be found here.

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