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Where did the plans for the Death Star come from?

Where did the plans for the Death Star come from?

The idea for the Death Star began when the Confederacy of Independent Systems designed the Ultimate Weapon, using plans and concepts provided by Wilhuff Tarkin. Poggle the Lesser possessed the original (or a copy of the) plans, which he handed to Count Dooku during the First Battle of Geonosis.

What species originally stole the plans to the Death Star?

Bothans were a sentient species remembered for maintaining a spy network. Bothans were known to speak in a sequence of growls with each other. Bothan spies were credited with stealing information concerning the DS-2 Death Star II Mobile Battle Station.

When was the Death Star first planned?

Death Star
First appearance Star Wars: From the Adventures of Luke Skywalker (1976 novelization) Star Wars (1977 theatrical film)
Information
Affiliation Galactic Empire
Launched n/a, constructed in space.

Who brought the plans for the second Death Star?

As part of a devious scheme masterminded by Emperor Palpatine to destroy the Rebel Alliance, the plans were delivered into the hands of the Alliance through Black Sun leader Prince Xizor, under the guise of being stolen, providing them with the technical data needed to formulate the assault on the Death Star.

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Who designed the original Death Star?

Bevel Lemelisk
Bevel Lemelisk was an engineer and architect who designed, among other things, six superweapons with the power to destroy a planet: the Death Star prototype, the Death Star, the second Death Star, the Eclipse, the Tarkin, and the Darksaber.

How did Luke get the Death Star plans?

He and the protocol droid C-3PO were then sent in an escape pod to Tatooine, where they eventually ended up being purchased by Owen Lars from Jawas, who gave them to Luke Skywalker to look after.