The Last Jedi’s Resistance Members Had Messages For The First Order Written In Their Bombs

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Divisive as it may be, there's a lot to love about Star Wars: The Last Jedi. Not only did the Star Wars sequel trilogy installment take risks by taking the franchise into a direction that it's never been to before, but it also added a lot of interesting new creatures and elements into Star Wars' galaxy far, far away.

The production put a lot of detail into the world-building of The Last Jedi, so much so that the team even added a few messages on the bombs used to attack the First Order.

Like every other Star Wars movie, Lucasfilm has released a few books to go along with The Last Jedi, and in the Star Wars: The Last Jedi: The Visual Dictionary, fans get to learn that Resistance members would scrawl all sorts of messages on their bombs before they were deployed in the rebel's attack against the First Order.

Back in World War II, American soldiers would also write messages on their bombs, little "love notes" that made jabs at Hitler and the Nazis. Seemingly written in Aurebesh, the messages on The Last Jedi's bombs vary from "Han Says Hi," to "Hi Snoke." It's a pretty nice touch and a great way to pay tribute to lost characters like Han Solo (Harrison Ford).

Star Wars: The Last Jedi is currently screening in cinemas.

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