Check Out These “Star Wars” Easter Eggs Found in Season One of “Andor”

Andor is now streaming all of its first season’s episodes on Disney+. With the arrival of this prequel to the Rogue One: A Star Wars Story there are a lot of Easter Eggs to find throughout the first season. These connections to other Star Wars stories look towards the history of where things are at in the Star Wars galaxy. Many of the Easter Eggs are found in Luthen’s business that is available only by appointment only. Eagle eyed fans have been spotting things throughout the establishment. Below are ten of the Easter Eggs that were pointed out by StarWars.com.

Below are the ten Easter Eggs that was shared by StarWars.com:

Keep your eyes peeled in episode 10, “One Way Out.”

1. Amidala-Style Headpiece

Visible in the rear of the showroom floor, this headpiece is nearly identical to one worn by Padmé Amidala in Star Wars: Attack of the Clones. Aggressive negotiations may be required for this item.

Armor up in episode 4, “Aldhani.”

2. Mandalorian Armor

This shimmering armor is on prominent display, right near the Amidala-style headpiece. We have to imagine that somewhere out there, a Mandalorian is looking for this.

Look along the wall in episode 7, “Announcement.”

3. Jedi Temple Guard Mask

Never before seen in live-action, the Jedi Temple Guard — and their masks — first debuted in the animated series Star Wars: The Clone Wars. Located near the wall in Luthen’s shop, the actual prop is striking, with an ivory-looking base and gold elements.

Do these belong in a museum? Be on the lookout in episode 5, “The Axe Forgets.”

4. Sankara Stones

You want the stones? Let them go! The MacGuffin of another well-known Lucasfilm production, Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom, the Sankara stones can be found in the gallery’s back room. A fun nod to a classic movie, or worlds colliding? Choose wisely.

Reach out with your senses in episode 5, “The Axe Forgets.”

5. Sith Holocron

Also kept in the back room, and that’s probably best for this dark-side device.

Press start on episode 4, “Aldhani,” for this Easter egg.

6. Starkiller’s Dark Lord Helmet

In the classic Star Wars: The Force Unleashed game, players unlock this helmet when completing the main campaign and accessing the dark side ending. In Andor, it sits atop armor near the rear wall, and also appears in the back room; to see it made into a physical object is a strong recognition of the game’s continued legacy.

Let out a Wookiee roar when you spot this in episode 4, “Aldhani.”

7. Wookiee Helmet

Good relations with the Wookiees, Luthen must have. One of several Wookiee artifacts in Luthen’s gallery, this helmet is a traditional war-time helmet for the natives of Kashyyyk, and is displayed on the main showroom floor.

Watch for this Gungan artifact in episode 7, “Announcement.”

8. Gungan Shield

Yousa interested in this? These shields, featuring an energy screen that can be turned on or off, were used by the Gungan Army during the Battle of Naboo in Star Wars: The Phantom Menace. While the Episode I shields were computer generated, this Andor prop is a new build and can be found in the back of the showroom floor.

Catch a glimpse of these tablet fragments in episode 11, “Daughter of Ferrix.”

9. World Between Worlds Tablet

This should pique the interest of Star Wars Rebels fans. This ancient artifact, inspired by a mystical portal in Star Wars Rebels, sits near the left wall of the shop. Hopefully, the Emperor is unaware.

These items, visible starting in episode 4, “Aldhani,” should be quite well protected.

10. Carbonite Blocks

Looks like Darth Vader wasn’t the first to do the carbonite thing. There are several carbonite blocks in the gallery, some with more ordinary pieces like the necklace above, but a few stand out for the subjects held within: the fertility idols from Raiders of the Lost Ark, an Engineer head from Prometheus, and more.

What do you think of these ten Easter Eggs from season one of Andor? Which one is your favorite? Share your thoughts and opinions in the comments below!

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