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These *are* the droids you're looking for…

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Do you know these different types of droids from Star Wars?
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This protocol droid first appeared in in Star Wars: Episode I – The Phantom Menace.

TC-14

4-LOM

C-3PO

ME-8D9

Hard  26% got this right

TC-14 was physically portrayed by John Fensom and voiced by Lindsay Duncan in the first prequel film.
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This protocol droid is “fluent in over six million forms of communication.”

C-3PO

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ME-8D9

TC-14

71% got this right

Anthony Daniels is the only actor to have been involved with all theatrical films in the series.
3

This malfunctioning astromech droid makes a brief appearance in Star Wars – A New Hope.

R5-D4

C1-10P

R2-D2

U9-C4

Hard  33% got this right

R5-D4 is currently owned by Din Djarin in hopes of exploring Mandalore.
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This astromech droid has appeared in ten of the eleven theatrical Star Wars films to date.

R2-D2

C1-10P

R5-D4

U9-C4

71% got this right

Kenny Baker appears as R2-D2 in six of the episodic theatrical Star Wars films.
5

This astromech is the droid of X-wing fighter pilot Poe Dameron in Star Wars – The Force Awakens.

BB-8

D-0

R2-D2

R5-D4

57% got this right

BB-8's voice includes digitally altered sounds by actors Bill Hader & Ben Schwartz, credited as BB-8 Vocal Consultants.
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This bounty hunter and assassin droid who briefly teams up with the Mandalorian to find and kill the Child.

IG-11

IG-100

IG-70

IG-88

Hard  35% got this right

The voice of IG-11 is performed by Taika Waititi, who was offered the part by The Mandalorian creator Jon Favreau.
7

This droid is a reprogrammed Imperial security droid and the co-pilot of Cassian Andor.

K-2S0

K-2O2

K-4D8

K-4O5

44% got this right

He is a CGI character voiced and portrayed through motion capture by Alan Tudyk.
8

This droid is the trusted right-hand female pilot droid of Lando Calrissian and the original Millenium Falcon co-pilot.

L3-37

4-LOM

L0-LA59

LOL

44% got this right

L3-37 was portrayed via motion capture by Phoebe Waller-Bridge in the 2018 Star Wars Anthology Solo: A Star Wars Story.