Star Wars: Complete Locations - Inside the Worlds of Episode I to VI
October 2005

Publisher: DK
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Cover Price: $39.99
Media: Hardcover
ISBN: 0-7566-1419-8 - 1st

NOTES
Contents include:

The Galaxy - Includes a modified version of the Ep 2 Map

Planet Profiles - All the planets from the previous books, including now Utapau, Kashyyyk, and Mustafar

Episode I - Naboo, Naboo Locations, Otoh Gunga, Droid Control Ship, Theed Hangar all appear the same

Tatooine (renamed Tatooine I), Mos Espa, Watto's Junkshop, Anakin's Hovel all appear the same

Mos Espa Arena is a fold out under Anakin's Hovel in the original, in this edition it appears on the next page under Mos Espa Circuit

Coruscant (renamed Coruscant I), Galactic City, Galactic Senate, Jedi Temple (renamed Jedi Temple I), The Invasion of Naboo, Defense of Naboo, Grass Plains Battle, Generator Battle, The City of Theed all appear the same.

Episode II - Coruscant (renamed Coruscant II), Speeder Chase I, Speeder Chase II, Outlander Club all appear the same

Jedi Temple (renamed Jedi Temple II) is missing the picture on the 2nd page of the Analysis droids.

Naboo Retreats, Kamino, Tipoca City, Military Complex, Tatooine (renamed Tatooine II), Spaceports, Geonosis, Droid Factory, Execution Arena, Republic Army, Separatist Forces, Battle of Geonosis, Hangar Duels all appear to be the same

Episode III - Coruscant Battle, Jedi Temple Complex, Palpatine's Office, Utapau, Pau City, Kashyyyk, Wookiee Tree, Battlefronts, Mustafar, Mustafar Mines, Mustafar Duel, Polis Masa, Sith Medcenter are all New.

Episode IV - Tatooine (renamed Tatooine III), Lars Homestead, Tosche Station, Ben's House, Mos Eisley, The Cantina, The Death Star, The Great Temple all appear to be the same.

Episode V - Battle of Hoth, Echo Base, Dagobah, Yoda's House, Cloud City, Processing Vane all appear to be the same

Episode VI - Jabba's Palace, Jabba's Throne Room, Battle of Endor, Ewok Village, Death Star II, Emperor's Lair, Executor Command Tower all appear to be the same.




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