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News   •   Dec 28, 2015 04:43 EST

Star Wars: The Force Awakens has come and gone. Most fans have already had the pleasure of viewing the movie, some more than once. It goes without saying that this movie has been a smashing success, a real box-office blowout. However, now that the hype is over, there isn't much to look forward to until the next movie gets closer to release.

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While nothing can replace that new movie feeling, perhaps you can fill the void a bit by seeking out some Star Wars themed references. World of Warcraft has always been chalk full of pop culture throwbacks, so it is no surprise that there is a fair few pertaining to this nerdtastic movie franchise. Keep the fire started by the Force Awakens going by checking out the following references in game:

Quests
Picking Up Some Power Converters
An Alliance only quest in the Blade's Edge Mountains, Picking Up Some Power Converters comes from Toshley's Station, should pique the interest of any Star Wars fan. This reference comes from Luke Skywalker saying "But I was going into Tosche Station to pick up some power converters!". This quote comes from Star Wars: A New Hope.

Tuskin' Raiders
This quest (now obsolete) references the notorious Tusken Raiders, otherwise known as the Sand People. A nomadic warrior race that live on the planet Tatooine. The Tuskens initially appeared in the second draft of Star Wars: A New Hope and have appeared in many of the other movies. This quest appeared in Zul'Aman.

The Kessel Run
Another Alliance only quest, this quest can also be found on Bloodmyst Isle. Fans will know that the Kessel Run is a hyperspace route used by smugglers to move spice from the spice mines of Kessel. The route was first mentioned in Star Wars: A New Hope and has been referenced on several other occasions.

Toys
Power Converter
Picked up from Toshley's Station quests in the Blade's Edge Mountains, this toy has several Star Wars references hidden in its text. The "technological terror" is taken from a quote by Darth Vader in Star Wars Episode IV – A New Hope in reference to the Death Star. The tooltip also throws back to the movies; throwing back to when Luke Skywalker decided to stay behind with Uncle Owen instead of heading off to the Academy, also taking place in A New Hope.

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