Bacta Tank, Knights of Ren Stasis Chamber and Other Theories On John Boyega’s “Bio-Hexacrypt”

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There's a whole lot of enigma surrounding Star Wars: The Last Jedi.

Aside from the confusing and somewhat ominous title for Episode VIII, a puzzling new word has been added to the film's lexicon. Earlier this week, John Boyega received a gift from Last Jedi director Rian Johnson – an art piece featuring Finn and the word "bio-hexacrypt."

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There hasn't been any mention of a "bio-hexacrypt" in any of the Star Wars canon, and fans all over have been raking their brains to come up with possible explanations for the word.

Several theories have been posited by Movie Pilot, and one of these include a bacta-tank used for Finn's healing. Remember the Bacta Tank that Mark Hamill's Luke Skywalker used back in The Empire Strikes Back? It's possible that Finn would get one of his own as well.

Another theory is that "bio-hexacrypt" is DNA-coded key to a facility for the First Order – a speculative little bit that falls in line with multiple rumors that Finn would be going undercover for the Resistance in The Last Jedi.

There's also a theory that posits a stasis chamber for the six Knights of Ren and another one that says it could be a biological archive collecting the DNA of the First Order Stormtroopers. Others also think it could be a secret code.

A lot of theories have definitely popped up out of "bio-hexacrypt" and a lot of them seem very plausible, especially the one involving a Bacta Tank. Still, without any confirmation, these theories remain as nothing but speculation and must be taken with a grain of salt. We'll just have to wait till the Star Wars Celebration for more info to come out (hopefully).

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