Traveling off world and visiting a new planet can be quite the culture shock, and touring an exotic place such as Batuu can be intimidating. Upon landing at Black Spire Outpost on Batuu, there will be some unfamiliar text and nomenclature that will certainly be foreign to us Terrans.

A warning message in the Aurebesh – the language of Star Wars

A warning message in the Aurebesh – the language of Star Wars

Fear not faithful reader, we’ve got you covered! Here are a few of the words and phrases that you’ll want to be familiar with before you take off on your galactic adventure.

“Bright Suns” = “Good Morning”

“Rising Moons” = “Good Evening”

“On Planet” = In the Land

“Refresher” = “Bathroom”

“Hydrator” = “Water Fountain”

“Ignite the Spark” = Greeting for the Resistance

“Light the Fire” = A Resistance callback to “Ignite the Spark”

“Only the ancients know” = “I don’t know”

“Til the Spire” = “Farewell”

“Good journey” = An Informal Goodbye

“May the Spires Keep You” = A Formal Goodbye

We hope to see you soon “On Planet.” May the Force be with you!

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