Star Wars’ Infamous/Fan-Favourite Attack of the Clones Diner Owner Is Getting His Own Short Story

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The notorious however equally common diner proprietor from Star Wars Episode 2: Assault of the Clones is getting his personal brief story.

Dexter Jettster, the chef on the one way or the other Fifties American diner featured in Assault of the Clones, would be the centre of a narrative featured in an upcoming Star Wars anthology. From a Sure Level of View: Return of the Jedi options 40 tales from 40 writers to rejoice the ultimate Unique Trilogy movie’s fortieth anniversary.

In a tweet from the official Star Wars Books Twitter account (beneath), the thirty seventh of those tales is named The Veteran and seemingly sees Dexter mirror on his encounters with Obi-Wan Kenobi and the way he performed a component in beginning The Clone Wars.

“Dexter Jettster considered the boy he had met on Lenahra and all that the boy would by no means see,” the blurb learn, referring to a younger Obi-Wan. “He considered the warrior the boy had turn into and the battle that had been misplaced. The battle Dexter Jettster had helped begin.”

His involvement was performed out in Assault of the Clones, as Obi-Wan visited Dexter with a poisoned dart he recognized as coming from Kamino. Obi-Wan visited the planet, met the cloners, found the clone military, and so forth.

There are clearly loads of different tales contained on this version of From a Sure Level of View, although one other of specific curiosity might clarify how Kylo-Ren obtained the melted Darth Vader helmet.

As reported by Cinema Mix, one story referred to as The Steadfast Soldier follows a personality referred to as Enric Pryde who could possibly be the wrongdoer behind robbing the Sith Lord’s grave. Pryde, an Imperial soldier who’s confirmed to make it into the Sequel Trilogy, is current on Endor following the destruction of the second Demise Star on this story, that means he might fairly simply seize Vader’s helmet earlier than making his approach again.

Ryan Dinsdale is an IGN freelance reporter. He’ll discuss The Witcher all day.

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