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Hell, in Star Wars?


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thekidpow
01.01.2013 , 11:25 PM | #11
Quote: Originally Posted by JustARandomGuy View Post
I thought Han Solo said something along those lines when he's going out to rescue Luke on Hoth?

IIRC it's 'Then I'll see you in Hell!' and off he rides.
Just happened to watch ESB this morning, you are correct. I believe its:

"Its getting dark - you'll die out there."
"Then I'll see you in hell!"

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Wolfninjajedi
01.01.2013 , 11:43 PM | #12
Quote: Originally Posted by thekidpow View Post
Just happened to watch ESB this morning, you are correct. I believe its:

"Its getting dark - you'll die out there."
"Then I'll see you in hell!"
Actually its..

"Your Tauntaun'll freeze before you reach the first marker!"

"Then i'll see you in hell!"
"There is one lesson you've yet to learn. How to become one with the Force!"
―Cin Drallig to Darth Vader

Maucs the Tauntaun King, former SWG player.

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psandak
01.02.2013 , 05:25 PM | #13
When you are writing dialogue in a fictional universe you sometimes have to write in conventions that your readers/viewers will understand. If in ESB Han said, "then I'll see you in Grashuck," a large portion of the viewing populous would have no idea what he was talking about.

In several of the EU novels the term "sith spit" is used as a curse. There is no direction translation. Does it mean "poo" or "f-bomb" (cleaned up to avoid the censors )?

In a similar vein, in Star Trek humans do not have any religion per se (they have evolved beyond it), yet whenever something catastrophic happens a human character invariably says, "Oh my G-d." Do they believe in G-d or not? The phrase is used because it is in the real world common vernacular to denote shock and dismay, not to contradict the evolution beyond religion in that universe.