Time machines are all of our areas of interest. Who didn’t want to have a time machine like Doraemon’s when we were kids? Yes, we were all up for it because we were enchanted by the fact that it binds the time and it can take us back and ahead of time.
If given a chance how many of you would want to catch a glance of the second world war with the help of a time machine or maybe any war in history.
History sounds a bit boring, right!
Therefore, to cheer all of you up, we have some crazy information about Wars. Mind you, not historical wars, Tech Wars. To be more precise, The Star Wars.
Lately, the star war story revealed the return of C-3PO and R2-D2 after the rise of Skywalker in a new trailer. Check out here,
C-3PO nicknamed as Threepio, first appearing in 1977, is a fictional character In the Star Wars franchise, appearing in the original trilogy, the prequel trilogy, and the sequel trilogy. Designed by Anakin Skywalker, it is a Protocol droid with intentions to assist the war in etiquette, customs, and translation.
On the other hand, R2-D2, designed originally by Tony Dyson is an astromech droid. C-3PO also serves as a comic relief to the tech savvies.
Can you guess the real protagonists of Star Wars? Luke Skywalker, Princess Leia, Han Solo…No, your guesses are incorrect.
These people have been a part of the show but the true leads are C-3PO and R2-D2.
Have a Star Wars-y day ahead! To know more, click on to
Yes, you have heard that correct. These two droids have been a part of the first episode, the final episode as well as the spin-offs like Rogue One, Clone Wars and Rebels. Together they make fictions’ greatest droid-duo and the real POV characters of Star Wars.
The upcoming VR Experience tale from the Galaxy’s Edge revealed that this super famous droid-duo will be joining the team in Batuu, turning players into droid technicians.
The game is set between The Last Jedi and The Rise of Skywalker and will feature the amazing Anthony Daniels in a role reprise as the voice of C-3PO.
That’s all for this day.