Looking for a deck from a favorite Star Wars movie? Or just interested in how decks are sourced? Find them all here.
Episode I: The Phantom Menace
Although many characters were introduced in Ep. I, not much Geektopia Epic Duels content comes from this awful movie.
Episode II: Attack of the Clones
The game came out after this movie, and as new decks started being created, they were often created for the many skilled, interesting Jedi that appeared during the Battle of Geonosis. Furthermore, while characters like Anakin and Obi-Wan appeared in other Episodes, their decks primarily capture their Episode II selves, and the same is true with the Nute Gunray deck we made.
Adi Gallia & Stass Allie
Anakin Skywalker & Padme
Jango Fett & Zam
Luminara Unduli & Barriss
Nute Gunray & Droidekas
San Hill & Wat Tambor
Episode III: Revenge of the Sith
When this movie came out, it led to a flurry of deck-making to capture the characters we saw, many new, plus a few twists on old favorites.
Episode IV: A New Hope
While many characters were introduced here, decks for those characters typically depict them from other films.
Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back
The Bounty Hunters were introduced during the movie and none besides Boba Fett appeared elsewhere. Boba showed more action moves during ROTJ but we’re keeping him with his homies. Our Lando deck is a specific Lando.
Episode VI: Return of the Jedi
Even though many of these characters appear in multiple movies, if you pay attention to the quotes and moves used on these cards, you’ll see that the decks for these Original Trilogy characters typically depicted the Episode VI version of those characters. Luke is the most obvious example but Emperor too. Han and Vader might be more ESB but we’ll keep the OT group together, even as we tweaked the original Yoda towards a more Dagobah/OT version.
Off Screen History directly referenced in pre-Disney films
Episode VIII: The Last Jedi
Rogue One: A Star Wars Story
Solo: A Star Wars Story
Various Cartoon Series
The Mandalorian & Related TV Series
Expanded Universe and Video Games
This group doesn’t get deep into the EU but has made a few decks based more on history and imagination than anything we saw take place in the movies.