In the latest episode of Star Wars Resistance we began to see how the pirate Synara is dealing with her new life on the Colosuss, but as expected, she’s up to no good.

The episode had a great pace to it with plenty of action, and of course, a solid amount of Star Wars Easter eggs and franchise references. In fact, this episode had the most nods to existing Star Wars properties to-date. I picked out 13 items of note, and while a majority of them revolve around the pirates and what they like to wear, there were others that didn’t just involve clothing.

The references were mostly to the original and prequel trilogies, with the OT taking the lead, which is quite alright with me, a self-reported critic of the Prequels. The 13 eggs/references from Synara’s Score can be found below, but you’re better off watching the video to get the visuals.

Star Wars Resistance: Synara’s Score Easter Eggs And References

  1. Doza and Yeager talk about Turbolasers
  2. Kyber crystals are referenced
  3. A pit droid from TPM can be seen on the Colossus
  4. Tam mentions using old Y-Wing parts
  5. An Imperial speeder chassis is shown in Synara’s garage
  6. The Colossus uses a shield generator that looks identical to those found on Imperial Star Destroyers
  7. A pirate can be seen wearing full OT Stormtrooper armor
  8. A pirate can be seen wearing what looks like an OT Snowtrooper helmet
  9. A pirate can be seen wearing Imperial Officer ranking badges
  10. Another pirate has a modified Stormtrooper helmet on
  11. A Nautelan alien is seen (Think Kit Fisto)
  12. There are Trandoshan pirates (Bossk is Trandoshan)
  13. Kragan’s ship looks like a modified Imperial shuttle

 

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Matt is literally from a galaxy that is far, far away. Star Wars has consumed his life, and made him the geek that he is. He's no fan of the Prequels, but still loves the Maker. When he's not recording his unstable takes for the Star Wars Time podcast, he's either working on EntertainmentBuddha.com, taking pictures of Star Wars toys, or trying to legitimately wield the Force.