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Darth Vader and Grand Moff Tarkin discuss the Death Star under construction

The Death Star Trilogy is a series of three Star Wars brickfilms by Philip Heinrich. It takes place shortly after Star Wars: Episode III – Revenge of the Sith, and depicts what caused the construction of the first Death Star to take 20 years, in contrast to the second Death Star which only took a couple of years.

Films Edit

Star Wars: Station Tribulations (2006)Edit

Released on July 2, 2006.[1] With the Death Star under construction during a financial crisis, Darth Vader receives some bad news.[2]

Star Wars: A New Deficit (2007)Edit

Released on February 21, 2007. A displeased Emperor Palpatine arrives to discuss the progress of the operation.[3]

Star Wars: An Ill-Made Weapon (2007)Edit

Released on June 7, 2007.[4] With construction of the Death Star resumed, Grand Moff Tarkin has arrived to oversee the testing of the superlaser, and a new set of issues arise.[5] This film was nominated for Best Screenplay in the 2007 BAFAs.

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