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Not everyone was destroyed on Scarif. By some miracle, a few managed to survive the suicide mission. But not in one piece. Battered and broken, those who remained made it back to a semblance of safety.

Of course, some are more easily fixed than others. And some are worth the effort more than others. Why waste time and resources on a lost cause?

Besides, it is just a droid. They could just get a new one.
fandom:rogue-one  jyn-erso  cassian-andor  bodhi-rook  k-2so  genre:AU  AU:divergent-timeline  r2-d2  c-3po 
january 2019 by notabene
Replaceable, by Bookwormgal
Gen. "Not everyone was destroyed on Scarif. By some miracle, a few managed to survive the suicide mission. But not in one piece. Battered and broken, those who remained made it back to a semblance of safety.

Of course, some are more easily fixed than others. And some are worth the effort more than others. Why waste time and resources on a lost cause?

Besides, it is just a droid. They could just get a new one."
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august 2018 by settiai
Of Starlight and Stardust, by batyalewbel
Het and slash. "It began long ago, on Lah’mu, then Jedha, then Eadu and Scarif. Now they have all come with the Rebellion to this frigid wasteland they call Hoth where the next chapter begins.

This is when the Empire strikes back."
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march 2018 by settiai
Of Stormy Seas and Galaxies, by batyalewbel
Het and slash. "The first time he went out into the field with her she was an annoyance. A liability that could be dispatched if needed. The first time she stepped onto his ship, she clutched her blaster close and told herself it would all be fine. The first time Galen Erso asked him "Do you like the Empire?" he could hardly answer past the lump in his throat.

A story of one mission that almost failed and what follows after that."
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march 2018 by settiai
no mercy mission this time, by Callioope
Gen. "Leia leans forward in her seat and watches the horizon. She’s been across the galaxy, to more planets than most can imagine, and there’s nothing particularly special about this one. Tatooine: a desert planet in the Outer Rim, backwater and forsaken.

Her skin prickles nonetheless as Mos Eisley appears, clustered between rocky hills. Bright light from the planet’s two suns gleams off the white domes.

“A wretched hive of scum and villainy,” her father had called it. “Be careful.”

She’d sent him a look, and he’d shrugged and added, “I have to say it.”

--

Instead of retrieving the Death Star plans from Scarif, Leia pursues her father’s original mission: find Obi-Wan Kenobi, and bring him back to Yavin 4."
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march 2018 by settiai
firefly - peradi - Star Wars - All Media Types [Archive of Our Own]
Humanity is infectious, Finn makes friends with droids, and K2 cannot get any rest: the story of how Rogue One flies again. [Made me wibble. But in a good way.]
crossover  starwars  RogueOne  Finn  Poe  Rey  BB-8  R2-D2  K2SO 
march 2018 by butterflykiki
Rocks and Water, by Fialleril
Gen. "Anakin builds a lightsaber, and Leia gets a delivery... and some surprising revelations with it."
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december 2016 by settiai
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january 2016 by dk33per
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april 2015 by dk33per
Star Wars R2-D2 and Millennium Falcon Metallic Nano Puzzles
We have featured many nice Star Wars themed toys and gadgets, but if you like making some things by yourself, the Star Wars R2-D2 and Millennium Falcon metallic nano puzzles may be able to draw you more attention.


This is a highly detailed metallic nano puzzle series themed by Star Wars, the epic sci-fi franchise by George Lucas. As we can see from the images, the series contains a character and a vehicle from the universe of Star Wars including R2-D2 and Millennium Falcon, and each the nano puzzle comes with 2 metallic sheets, all you need to do is remove the parts from the metal sheets, and building the metal R2-D2 model or Millennium Falcon model by bending, folding and inserting the parts just like making papercrafts. Apart from that, the completed R2-D2 model measures 70mm, while the Millennium Falcon model is 72mm height.



Each the Star Wars metallic nano puzzle is priced at $15.3 USD. If you’re interested, jump to Strapya World for more details or check out the following demo video first.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fCI53gqype0
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may 2013 by robert.spencer
C-3PO and R2-D2 Are Definitely The Droids You’re Looking For [Cosplay]
You can’t tell, but Boba Fett has a smile a mile wide underneath that helmet. These sexy Artoo and Threepio cosplayers were photographed at Rose City Comic-Con in Portland, Oregon back in September by photographer Philip Chilcote.

See an additional image after the break…

(via technabob)
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november 2012 by WickedGood
From R2-D2 to Curiosity: Good Fiction to Great Science
 

Image above: Model explorers – Radio-controlled Astromech droids parade through the Orange County Convention center during Star Wars Celebration VI in Orlando, Fla. (Photo credit: NASA/Gianni Woods)

NASA’s Curiosity rover is scouring the Martian surface at Gale Crater with drills, cameras and even a laser so it can find out more about the Red Planet. Curiosity carries no people, instead taking all of its readings by remote control and radioing them back to eager scientists on Earth.

It’s a biography familiar to “Star Wars” fans, thousands of who gathered in Orlando, Fla., for Celebration VI. For lovers of the galaxy far, far away, the idea of a robotic traveler working diligently far from home is reminiscent of R2-D2′s various journeys to Tatooine, Dagobah and Bespin or the Imperial Probe Droid’s search around the ice planet Hoth.

“From what I’ve seen, people being able to command to steer a robot on Mars from so far away is truly amazing,” said Ben Burtt, the sound designer on the “Star Wars” films who gave R2-D2 a voice mix of electronic sounds with human inflections.

He was also trained as a scientist, having majored in physics.

“I never could have imagined that being the case back 40 years ago when we started on the first Star Wars. At that time, even the R2 on the set could barely move down the hallway.”

While Curiosity represents the technological cutting edge for robots landing on other planets, it still lacks the personality and other high-level attributes of the fictional “Star Wars” machines. No worry, say fans of the film franchise. Reality will catch up soon enough.

“I think good science fiction motivates good science,” said Brian Pauley, an Ohio fan who dressed as young hero Luke Skywalker for the event. “When you see something, you say, ‘I’d like to do that’ and you set about doing it and then you accomplish it.”

If they had the chance to send R2-D2 on a scouting mission to a real planet in the solar system, Mars would still get most of the attention.

“Mars, that’s the best bet,” said Evan Greenwood, portraying Glen Marek, or Starkiller. “It’s probably the only one that will be terraformable at some point. Not nowadays, but it has the best chance. It’s the closest to Earth, it’s a mini-Earth, so it’s the best place for a base. So if an asteroid hits Earth, and if there’s people somewhere else, the human race can survive. Until we do that, we’re in peril.”

A more Hoth-like world also got a vote, though.

“Pluto would probably be the best to send it to because we don’t know anything about Pluto,” said an Imperial Officer-costumed Jasmine Seale. “It’s so far away, it’s so hard to figure anything out. So I’d love to send R2-D2 out there where we can’t reach that well.”

The most important thing, the fans said, was to keep exploring, and pushing the boundaries of knowledge outward.

“I think we’re just scratching the surface,” said Tim Martinez, dressed in the menacing black armor of Darth Vader. “I was a big astronaut buff when I was young and Mars has always intrigued me and I think the more that we explore, the more we’ll learn and the more there is to explore. Maybe we’ll travel there one day.”

Just as astronauts followed robots in real-life, no one expects the machines to be the only planetary voyagers.

So what “Star Wars” character would have the best chance of becoming an astronaut?

Image above: Astronauts of the future – “Star Wars” characters such as the Mandalorian commandoes are accustomed to traveling through space and working on different worlds, the same traits astronauts would need.

“Han Solo,” said Storm Trooper look-alike Christopher Garrison. “He made the Kessel Run in less than 12 parsecs. If anyone can do it, Han Solo can do it.”

Mariana King, a.k.a. Oola, agreed to a point.

“Han Solo has the courage, but he’s kind of reckless,” King said.

Luke Skywalker also was a popular choice.

“The best astronaut would have to be Luke Skywalker because he’s like the pioneer of Star Wars, he’s done everything,” said Marcus Richardson, who donned the flowing blue robes of Lando Calrissian for the “Star Wars” celebration.

At least one fan would pick a legion of astronaut candidates.

“I think the best astronauts would be the stormtroopers because they’re trained so much,” said Annette Cheney, an Australian fan who dressed as a Wookie. “They can do anything, so I think they could pick up NASA space training the fastest and easiest.”

Why not send the stormtroopers’ boss, Darth Vader, said Martinez.

“He’s already equipped to breathe in space, he needs nothing else, he’s ready to go,” Martinez said.

When science fiction shows or books offer a vision of what space travel and other worlds might look and feel like, people become intrigued to find out more about real planets, the “Star Wars” fans said.

“Every time NASA takes another step out, I feel like that was the reason I fell in love with ‘Star Wars,’ said fan Kara Gardner. “Because I wanted to know what was out there. Now we’re finding out what’s on Mars and it’s kind of like, well, that reminds me of this planet in the ‘Star Wars’ universe.”

“Every step we take gets us a little bit closer,” said David Atteberry, wearing a detailed Mandalorian armor costume similar to Boba Fett’s attire, “and that’s one of the things I found about the Curiosity rover, it’s like we’re finally getting out there, back into space and getting closer to that dream of being able to explore our galaxy.”

By Steven Siceloff, www.nasa.gov
NASA’s John F. Kennedy Space Center

———-

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Space  Ben_Burtt  Bespin  Curiosity  Dagobah  defense  Han_Solo  Imperial_Probe_Droid  Mars  military  NASA's_Curiosity_rover  physics  R2-D2  red_planet  robots  science-fiction  Star_Wars  Starkiller  Tatooine  from google
september 2012 by rcr1956
From R2-D2 to Curiosity: Good Fiction to Great Science
 

Image above: Model explorers – Radio-controlled Astromech droids parade through the Orange County Convention center during Star Wars Celebration VI in Orlando, Fla. (Photo credit: NASA/Gianni Woods)

NASA’s Curiosity rover is scouring the Martian surface at Gale Crater with drills, cameras and even a laser so it can find out more about the Red Planet. Curiosity carries no people, instead taking all of its readings by remote control and radioing them back to eager scientists on Earth.

It’s a biography familiar to “Star Wars” fans, thousands of who gathered in Orlando, Fla., for Celebration VI. For lovers of the galaxy far, far away, the idea of a robotic traveler working diligently far from home is reminiscent of R2-D2′s various journeys to Tatooine, Dagobah and Bespin or the Imperial Probe Droid’s search around the ice planet Hoth.

“From what I’ve seen, people being able to command to steer a robot on Mars from so far away is truly amazing,” said Ben Burtt, the sound designer on the “Star Wars” films who gave R2-D2 a voice mix of electronic sounds with human inflections.

He was also trained as a scientist, having majored in physics.

“I never could have imagined that being the case back 40 years ago when we started on the first Star Wars. At that time, even the R2 on the set could barely move down the hallway.”

While Curiosity represents the technological cutting edge for robots landing on other planets, it still lacks the personality and other high-level attributes of the fictional “Star Wars” machines. No worry, say fans of the film franchise. Reality will catch up soon enough.

“I think good science fiction motivates good science,” said Brian Pauley, an Ohio fan who dressed as young hero Luke Skywalker for the event. “When you see something, you say, ‘I’d like to do that’ and you set about doing it and then you accomplish it.”

If they had the chance to send R2-D2 on a scouting mission to a real planet in the solar system, Mars would still get most of the attention.

“Mars, that’s the best bet,” said Evan Greenwood, portraying Glen Marek, or Starkiller. “It’s probably the only one that will be terraformable at some point. Not nowadays, but it has the best chance. It’s the closest to Earth, it’s a mini-Earth, so it’s the best place for a base. So if an asteroid hits Earth, and if there’s people somewhere else, the human race can survive. Until we do that, we’re in peril.”

A more Hoth-like world also got a vote, though.

“Pluto would probably be the best to send it to because we don’t know anything about Pluto,” said an Imperial Officer-costumed Jasmine Seale. “It’s so far away, it’s so hard to figure anything out. So I’d love to send R2-D2 out there where we can’t reach that well.”

The most important thing, the fans said, was to keep exploring, and pushing the boundaries of knowledge outward.

“I think we’re just scratching the surface,” said Tim Martinez, dressed in the menacing black armor of Darth Vader. “I was a big astronaut buff when I was young and Mars has always intrigued me and I think the more that we explore, the more we’ll learn and the more there is to explore. Maybe we’ll travel there one day.”

Just as astronauts followed robots in real-life, no one expects the machines to be the only planetary voyagers.

So what “Star Wars” character would have the best chance of becoming an astronaut?

Image above: Astronauts of the future – “Star Wars” characters such as the Mandalorian commandoes are accustomed to traveling through space and working on different worlds, the same traits astronauts would need.

“Han Solo,” said Storm Trooper look-alike Christopher Garrison. “He made the Kessel Run in less than 12 parsecs. If anyone can do it, Han Solo can do it.”

Mariana King, a.k.a. Oola, agreed to a point.

“Han Solo has the courage, but he’s kind of reckless,” King said.

Luke Skywalker also was a popular choice.

“The best astronaut would have to be Luke Skywalker because he’s like the pioneer of Star Wars, he’s done everything,” said Marcus Richardson, who donned the flowing blue robes of Lando Calrissian for the “Star Wars” celebration.

At least one fan would pick a legion of astronaut candidates.

“I think the best astronauts would be the stormtroopers because they’re trained so much,” said Annette Cheney, an Australian fan who dressed as a Wookie. “They can do anything, so I think they could pick up NASA space training the fastest and easiest.”

Why not send the stormtroopers’ boss, Darth Vader, said Martinez.

“He’s already equipped to breathe in space, he needs nothing else, he’s ready to go,” Martinez said.

When science fiction shows or books offer a vision of what space travel and other worlds might look and feel like, people become intrigued to find out more about real planets, the “Star Wars” fans said.

“Every time NASA takes another step out, I feel like that was the reason I fell in love with ‘Star Wars,’ said fan Kara Gardner. “Because I wanted to know what was out there. Now we’re finding out what’s on Mars and it’s kind of like, well, that reminds me of this planet in the ‘Star Wars’ universe.”

“Every step we take gets us a little bit closer,” said David Atteberry, wearing a detailed Mandalorian armor costume similar to Boba Fett’s attire, “and that’s one of the things I found about the Curiosity rover, it’s like we’re finally getting out there, back into space and getting closer to that dream of being able to explore our galaxy.”

By Steven Siceloff, www.nasa.gov
NASA’s John F. Kennedy Space Center

———-

Disclaimer: The appearance of hyperlinks does not constitute endorsement by the Department of Defense of this website or the information, products or services contained therein. For other than authorized activities such as military exchanges and Morale, Welfare and Recreation sites, the Department of Defense does not exercise any editorial control over the information you may find at these locations. Such links are provided consistent with the stated purpose of this DoD website.
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september 2012 by rr1956
Get Comfy In This R2-D2 Robe
One of the many fun exclusives I spotted at Star Wars Celebration VI was a R2-D2 bathrobe from Stylin Online. Their lineup also included Boba Fett and Chewbacca. They were hoping reception would be positive enough that they’d be able to add the new Star Wars designs to their regular stock, and it looks like R2-D2 is the first to make the cut. I’d be happy to don this and be Artoo’s rusty innards.

See the side views of the robe after the break.

Product Page ($79.99 via Geek Alerts)
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september 2012 by WickedGood
Star Wars R2-D2 Samsung Galaxy S3 Case
You can easily bring some elements from Star Wars onto your iPhone 4 with Star Wars iPhone 4 cases, but if you use Samsung Galaxy S3, the following R2-D2 Galaxy S3 case will help you.


This is a Star Wars themed, one-piece, form-fitting protective case designed for Samsung Galaxy S3 Android phone, and handmade by Alfons. As we can see from the images, the Galaxy S3 case features an exquisite print on the surface inspired by the famous droid R2-D2 from the universe of Star Wars, and its water transfer printing technology produces much sharper images with vivid colors and prevents the pictures from chipping away. Moreover, the Galaxy S3 case is made from durable plastic to protect your device from bumps and scratches. Apart from that, the custom cutouts allow you access to all buttons and functions of your Galaxy S3.

The Star Wars R2-D2 Samsung Galaxy S3 case is priced at $17.99 USD. If you’re interested, jump to Etsy for more details.

Additionally, if you need other options, you might like to check Diart Design Galaxy S3 case, Angry Birds Galaxy S3 case and more via “Galaxy S3 case” tag.
cellphone  android  phone  R2-D2  Star_Wars  mobile  case  hardware  gadget  Cellphone_Gadgets  Android_phone  Galaxy_S3_case  protective_case  Samsung_Galaxy_S3  from google
july 2012 by robert.spencer
What little we got at the moment
Okay, here’s what we have so far… yes, Droid Factory is back! The part window is also on the front of the card now for easy browsing.

New full figures

R2-D2 (new sculpt?)
Battle Droid (redeco)
New build-a-droids

TC-70 (Jabba’s Clone Wars droid, realisitc style)
FA-4
R8-B7 (Mace’s Clone Wars Astromech, realistic style)
R5-X2 (Ep1 Jabba’s R5, only exists as an RC droid at the moment)
Confirmed:

Toys”R”Us Yavin Pilot pack with R5-D8, who looks a hell of a lot like R5-D4.
Also, what tickles me a lot are the Ewoks! Walmart’s getting an “Ewok Scouts” 2-pack, and Hasbro confirmed the Toys”R”Us Ewok multi-pack with Kneesaa, Flitchee, Nanta, Teebo and Tippet. Add on the Vintage-carded Lumat, and that’s EIGHT of the fuzzy guys coming. Plus Wicket and Logray from last year… man, this is a good time for Ewoks.

(I like Ewoks. Sue me.)
star_wars  hasbro  droid  droids  r2-d2  ewoks  return_of_the_jedi  battle_droid  from google
july 2012 by tengumaster89

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