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Did you know that there’s a whole language for Galaxy’s Edge? Unlike the rest of Disneyland, it’s its own world, and you’ll want to be familiar with some of the terms the villagers (Disney Cast Members) might use when you interact with them.
They’re sure to correct you if you use a real-world term for something, but it can also be helpful to review these options before you go. If you use this and have your custom-engraved English to Aurebesh translator, you’ll be in great shape to fit right in to Black Spire Outpost on Batuu!
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The language of Batuu
Apple Watch: Wrist Communicator
Annual Pass: Blue Identification
Black Spire Outpost Gift Card: Spira
Children: Padawans or Younglings
Daytime Greeting: Suns Up (Casual)
or Bright Suns (Formal)
Disneyland Guests: Off-Worlders,
Travelers or Recruits
Goodbye: ‘Til the Spire
May the Spires Keep You (Formal),
Good Journey (Casual)
I don’t know: Only the Ancients Know
Inside Star Wars Galaxy’s Edge: On planet
Nighttime Greeting: Rising Moons (Formal)
Outside of Galaxy’s Edge: Off planet
Make your phone into a Datapad of your own by kitbashing it! Learn more about how to get started in kitbashing. This is a great way to really get into the spirit of Black Spire Outpost, and you’ll be using your phone a lot if you download the Disney Play app and take advantage of all the interactivity throughout the land!
Photo Pass: Image Data Card
Resistance Greeting: Ignite the Spark
or Light the Fire
Strollers: Youngling Transport
Water Fountain: Hydrator
Leave a comment below if you learn any additional terms,
so that they can be added to the glossary.