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Luke Skywalker
Biographical information



19 BBY

Physical description





1.72 meters

Hair color


Eye color



prosthetic right hand

Chronological and political information
Known masters
Known apprentices

Luke Skywalker was the main character in the Original Star Wars Trilogy. He was the twin brother of Leia Organa and the son of Anakin Skywalker and Padmé Amidala.

Super Star Wars seriesEdit

Luke Skywalker is one of the playable characters in Super Star Wars, Super Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back, and Super Star Wars: Return of the Jedi for the SNES. In these games, Luke is armed with a blaster, his lightsaber, and Force powers.

Star Wars: Battlefront seriesEdit

"The Force is strong with us." Luke Skywalker appears as an AI hero in this game for the Rebellion. He fights with his green lighsaber and his outfit resembles his Death Star uniform, except on Hoth and Rhen Var, where he wears the pilot outfit. Luke Skywalker is a hero in the sequel, Star Wars: Battlefront II. He appears in Hoth, Coruscant, Jabba's Palace, Death Star, Rhen Var (first game only) and on Mos Eisley in Hero Assault mode.

Gameplay-wise, he is effectively identical to Obi-Wan Kenobi and Ki-Adi-Mundi: all of them have average (for a hero) health, lightsaber throw and force push as secondary powers, are very fast and agile, possessing Double Jump and Force Charge, and can block enemy fire (F by default) with their lightsaber (pressing crouch button while doing that will execute combat roll). Finally, pressing attack button right after doube jump will result in them instantly landing on the ground while doing a quick, powerful slash.

Star Wars: Rogue SquadronEdit

In Star Wars: Rogue Squadron, the player controls Luke's starfighter in all stages, save for the Battle of Mon Calamari, the final stage.

LEGO Star Wars: The Video GameEdit

In LEGO Star Wars: The Video Game, Luke's and Leia's birth is shown in the final cutscene.

LEGO Star Wars II: The Original TrilogyEdit

In LEGO Star Wars II: The Original Trilogy, he is one of several playable characters that range from all of the original trilogy films, including one with a blaster and one with a lightsaber.

Star Wars: Jedi Knight II: Jedi OutcastEdit

Luke appears in several cutscenes for this game.

Star Wars: Jedi AcademyEdit

Luke Skywalker is the new leader of the Jedi Order in this game, set years after the last movie. He appears in several cutscenes and also briefs Jaden Korr for his missions.

Other appearancesEdit