ALL of the Droids you’re Looking For at Galaxy’s Edge
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ALL of the Droids you’re Looking For at Galaxy’s Edge

Droids are an integral part of Star Wars and it just wouldn’t feel right without them. In Black Spire Outpost, maybe there aren’t enough interactive droids, but there are quite a few if you look hard enough. But who are they and what’s their story? Some of the droids in the land have actual jobs or functions while most inactive droids serve as set dressing. While not all of the droids have their backstories revealed, many are discoverable via the Play Disney Parks App. Disney Parks Blog provided an introduction with “Meet the Droids of Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge” but I’m sure if you’re like me, you wanted a lot more information for the other droids in the area.

While this isn’t the definitive listing, and many droids are still unnamed, this is as complete as we can find thus far. While Walt Disney World’s Galaxy’s Edge is still in preview mode, we have yet to discover all the droids in that version of the land, so all this below is for Disneyland Park. We’ll keep updating as we discover more, and if you find any more clues or hints, don’t hesitate to let us know!

Here we go!


4XB
The Programming Droid made its first appearance in Solo: A Star Wars Story. This one is located in Black Spire Outfitters. (thanks to Tim Veekhoven for the correction)



8D-J8
As a former smelter droid, 8D-J8 was reprogrammed to do one thing: turn the meat on the spit at Ronto Roasters, ensuring they are cooked to perfection. This droid brings the heat and is ready to bring your taste buds to a new galaxy.

Manufacturer: Roche Hive
Model: 8D-series
Function: Smelter Droid
Memory Type: Internal Data Record
Memory Location: Tatooine
Memory Text: Who brought this smelter droid? Shouldn’t he be with the Jawas?



BK-86
This IG-Series droid is Dok-Ondar’s Security Droid – and seems a bit busted from a shootout with Kase Finto, who tried to sell fake Lothal gemstones. Dok leaves the droid as a warning to anybody who thinks of crossing him.



C2-B9
A refurbished yellow and white astromech unit.
Manufacturer: Industrial Automation
Model: R-Series
Function: Repair Droid
Memory Type: Internal Data Record
Memory Location: Tatooine
Memory Text: No need for attitude, do you want the barge repaired?



DJ R-3X
This former pilot droid, known as “Rex,” crash landed on Batuu and was reprogrammed into a DJ by Mubo at the Droid Depot. Mubo gave Rex to Oga Garra to pay off a debt, and “DJ Rex” now provides the musical entertainment inside Oga’s Cantina – and he’s still as chatty as ever. Get ready to move to the tunes of the galaxy as DJ R-3X spins the greatest hits.



EG-58 and EG-57
Two Power Droids serving the Resistance.
Droid Data for EG-57:
Manufacturer: Industrial Automation
Model: GNK
Function: Power Droid
Memory Type: Internal Data Record
Memory Location: Kessel
Memory Text: Liberation. Free brothers and sisters.



EG-30 and EG-16
Two Power Droids serving the Resistance.
Droid Data for EG-16
Manufacturer: Industrial Automation
Model: GNK
Function: Power Droid
Memory Type: Internal Data Record
Memory Location: Hoth
Memory Text: My first battle. Must power everything. Rebellion depends on me.



GK-77
An R-Series droid on display at the Droid Depot.
Manufactuer: Astromech
Model: R-series
Function: Repair Droid
Memory Type: Memory Transcript
Memory Location: Yavin
Memory Text: Attention all flight personnel, report to your commanders immediately. We have been redirected to Scarif.



L4-R6
A refurbished blue and white astromech unit.
Manufacturer: Industrial Automation
Model: R-Series
Function: Repair Droid
Memory Type: Memory Transcript
Memory Location: Tatooine
Details:
Jawa 1: Did the motivator get fixed?
Jawa 2: No, but these guys won’t know the difference.
Jawa 1: I’ll finish up, you take their credits.



MB-12
A BB droid on display at the Droid Depot. (Right)
Manufacturer: Astromech
Model: BB-Series
Function: Repair Droid
Memory Location: The Raddus, MC-85 Star Cruiser
Memory Type: Internal Data Record
Memory Text: Report to the Droid Repair Bay for performance chip replacement and diagnostics.

Droid on left unnamed.



R2-D2
Everyone’s favorite droid from the original Star Wars is here and he can be yours! If you have enough credits!



R5-P8
This sassy droid is Hondo’s most capable astromech and serves as an automated repair mechanic on the smuggler’s many starships. He calls Hondo out on many occasions, always keeping the pirate on his toes. Find him at the Spaceport inside Millennium Falcon: Smugglers Run.



V0-RK
A broken probe droid ready for repairs.
Manufacturer: Arakyd Industries
Model: Viper
Function: Probe Droid
Memory Type: Image Analysis
Memory Location: Jedha
Memory Text: Target Analyzed – No match to rebel database. Resume patrol mode.




Miscellaneous Unnamed Droids


These droids are found throughout Batuu, but the jury’s still out on what their names are. If you hear anything, let us know!


Battle Droids
Introduced in Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace, these broken down droids are locked up in this cage behind the Droid Depot. There’s also a Battle Droid head in the Droid Depot.



BB-Unit and R2-Unit
This pair is at the Droid Depot and are busy working on something… names still unknown.



BB-Units
Here’s a few more droids in the Droid Depot



B-U4D type Droid
This type of maintenance droid was introduced in Star Wars: The Force Awakens.



C1-Series Droid
Similar to Chopper (C1-10P) in Star Wars Rebels, this one is hanging out in the Droid Depot.



Death Star Droid (RA-7)
The RA-7 Protocol Droid is known for the insectoid head. Seen on the Jawa Sandcrawler as well as aboard the Death Star in Star Wars: A New Hope.



EV-Series Supervisor Droid
This droid was seen in Return of the Jedi at Jabba’s Palace.



IG-Series Assassin Droid
Out of commission assassin droid in Droid Depot



KX-Series Droid
Imperial Security Droid was made popular in Star Wars: Rogue One by K-2SO.



MSE Droid
An Imperial Droid used for communication and repair. Seen in Star Wars: A New Hope.



Architect Droid, Pilot Droid (L3), KX

There’s a few heads hiding in random areas of the Droid Depot. The Architect Droid on the left has been seen in the animated series. A Pilot Droid similar to L3 in Solo: A Star Wars Story is in the center, and another KX droid on the right.



Pit Droid
The DUM-Series Droids are used for repair, seen in Star Wars: The Phantom Menace as well as the updated Star Tours.



Power Droid
Power Droids are everywhere in Black Spire Outpost. This one can be spotted hanging in Docking Bay 7 Food & Cargo.



Power Droid
This power droid is outside of the Droid Depot.



PZ Protocol Droid (right)
Star Wars: The Force Awakens introduced us to the PZ Protocol Droid, aiding in the Resistance.



R1-G4 type droid
An older astromech droid, first seen in Star Wars: A New Hope.



R2 Units (Deceased)
This pair of R2 units have seen better days. You can find this pair crashed near the Frontierland entrance at Disneyland.



R2-B1
Similar style markings as R2-B1, seen on the Queen’s Naboo Cruiser before he was blown away.



R5-K6
The droid belonging to X-Wing Red Leader, Garven Dreis, had an R5 unit with very similar markings. An upside down Power Droid is on the left.



R2 and R4 Droids
More droids in the Droid Depot



Treadwell Droids
Used mainly for repair, these droids are handy around hangars and garages. Red can be found in the queue for Millennium Falcon: Smuggler’s Run while the Blue is hanging out at the Garage where a Landspeeder is parked.


Til the Spires!

Photography by David Yeh

The Author: David Yeh

A long time fan of both Disney and Star Wars, he has a hard time resisting the temptations of Disney’s merchandising force. If you see pictures of the toys and pins, you can bet they are from Dave, our resident collecting guru.

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