Kill Count: Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back

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Welcome back! Today we tackle The Empire Strikes back as we count how many kills each main/secondary character had!

Let’s jump right in!

  • Han kills the imperial probe droid on Hoth.
  • Han Solo turns on the Falcon, activating the auto-turret, killing 5 Imperials in the Hangar Bay.
  • Vader force chokes Admiral Ozzel out through the television, which I didn’t even know was possible. How DOES the Force work?!
  • Han Solo kills 1 mynock in the ‘cave.’
  • Vader force chokes Captain Needa, whilst accepting his apology.
  • Chewbacca kills a Stormtrooper as the group tries to stop Boba Fett.
  • Leia shoots a Stormtrooper as the group heads to the elevator.
  • Chewbacca kills 3 more Stormtroopers as they head to the Falcon.
  • Lando kills a Stormtrooper while escaping Cloud City.
  • Leia kills 2 more Stormtroopers as she defends R2 while he slowly catches up.

Film Totals

  1. Han Solo: 6 (7 including droids)
  2. Chewbacca: 4
  3. Princess Leia Organa: 3
  4. Darth Vader: 2
  5. Lando Calrissian: 1
  6. Luke Skywalker: 0

Trilogy Totals

  1. Han Solo: 20 (21)
  2. Luke Skywalker: 12
  3. Darth Vader: 12 (18 including droids)
  4. Princess Leia Organa: 5
  5. Chewbacca: 6
  6. Obi-Wan Kenobi: 2
  7. Lando Calrissian: 1

Saga Totals

  1. Anakin Skywalker/Darth Vader: 70 (131 including droids)
  2. Han Solo: 20 (21 including droids)
  3. Luke Skywalker: 12
  4. Yoda: 11
  5. Obi Wan Kenobi: 10 (26 including droids
  6. Chewbacca: 6
  7. Princess Leia Organa: 5
  8. General Grievous: 4
  9. Emperor Palpatine: 4
  10. Jango Fett: 3
  11. Mace Windu: 2 (3 including droids)
  12. Padme Amidala: 1 (6 including droids)
  13. Lando Calrissian: 1
  14. Darth Maul: 1
  15. Qui-Gon Jinn: 0 (27 including droids)
  16. Jar Jar Binks: 0 (3 including droids)

See you next Wednesday at noon for the conclusion of the Original Star Wars trilogy, and the George Lucas films in the saga!

 

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