A lot of Star Wars lines have permeated popular speech. But can you complete these Star Wars lines?

It can be hard to make out the voices of Alec Guinness and James Earl Jones at a repertory screening of one of the original Star Wars trilogy. That’s because Star Wars super fans – for which there is no established collective noun – are prone to bellowing along with each and every line from the cherished space-opera film series.

So where do you sit on the Star Wars fan radar? Somewhere between Tatooine and Naboo? Or are you closer to Jakku and Coruscant? Can you remember C-3PO’s response to learning the main reactor had been shut down at the start of A New Hope?

Harrison Ford’s Han Solo is one of the franchise’s most loved characters, but he often projected a tough guy exterior. This didn’t mean he was purely self-interested, though, as demonstrated when he saved Luke at the start of Empire Strikes Back. But what did Han say to Luke as he found him a safe place to rest?

The allure of the dark side is one of Star Wars’ most compelling narrative features. Much of the original trilogy hinged on the relationship between Luke and his father Anakin (aka Darth Vader). But can you remember what Vader said to cajole Luke into joining him on the dark side?

George Lucas revived Star Wars in the lead up to Y2K. The prequels received a lot of stick when they came out and plenty of fans still consider them unwatchable. However, they did add more depth to the Star Wars universe.

Obi-Wan Kenobi is a flagging old man in the original trilogy, but he appears as the young apprentice to Qui-Gon Jinn in the prequels. What did Qui-Gon say to Obi-Wan to streamline his connection with the force? Already sounding like a cinch? Take our quiz to see how many Star Wars lines have been lasered into your long term memory.

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