The fun adventures of the Star Wars: Galaxy of Creatures are back for an all-new season. In this episode, Aree learns to navigate the perils of the Tatooine desert by observing the adaptable eopies
Rejoice Star Wars fans because the Galaxy of Creatures is back for an all-new season. It’s been a minute since we caught up with the lovable critters of the galaxy far, far away. And after a year’s hiatus, it’s time to bring the fun back to our galactic creature features!
From the humble Bantha to the fearsome Wampa, every creature is being explored in a fun new way. And in the newest episode, we get to learn all about the eopie, the noble Tatooine beast of burden that recently appeared in Obi-Wan Kenobi. So strap in, jump to lightspeed and explore the most adorable critters in the galaxy…
Aree learns to navigate the perils of the Tatooine desert by observing the adaptable eopies
In the first season, Aree studied banthas, charhounds, wampas, and more for the Galactic Society of Creature Enthusiasts. In Season 2, the adventurous droid will put his expert tracking skills to the test to carefully approach a puffer pig, dive into Kaminoan waters in search of Kamoradons, and figure out how to outwit ferocious gundarks.
“Galaxy of Creatures Season 2 will continue to feature Aree’s charm and unending curiosity while showcasing creatures seen throughout Star Wars storytelling,” says Jason Stein, Lucasfilm creative executive in Animation Development & Production. “From the pursuit of the elusive convor on Atollon to witnessing a mother eopie care for her young on Tatooine, we hope Aree’s explorations entertain and delight fans of all ages.”
Galaxy of Creatures Season 2 will have a 12-episode run, with two new episodes released every Tuesday. Check back here regularly for the latest episodes as they release. You’ll never miss a thing with Future Of The Force. But if you’re still craving a creature fix, feel free to explore our Creature Deathmatch.
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