We already know that L3-37 became a part of the Millennium Falcon by the end of Solo: A Star Wars Story. However, it looks like L3 isn't the only droid who has been uploaded into Lando Calrissian's ship. A new book reveals that there are at least three other droids operating in the Falcon.
Star Wars: From A Certain Point of View is the new collection of 40 short stories about characters who appeared in The Empire Strikes Back. One of the tales, titled Faith In An Old Friend, was written by Brittany N. Williams and explores what goes on inside the Millennium Falcon. That means Elthree finally takes center stage and an excerpt from the story posted on Twitter confirms she isn't the only droid uploaded into the Falcon. Check it out below.
“Sir, I don't know where your ship learned to communicate, but it has the most peculiar dialect.”— Star Wars Books (@DelReyStarWars) October 6, 2020
L3 returns. Truth is, she was never really gone. @BrittanyActs #StarWars #FromaCertainPOVStrikesBack pic.twitter.com/VcZudcO6aE
"L3-37 would've shrugged here if it had been the old days. The days before she'd been uploaded to the Falcon and had become one of the three droid brains that made up the ship's computer.
"She'd built herself such good shoulders, too."
It's interesting to know that L3 is only part of the brains of the Falcon and we're loving the idea of knowing more about her now that she is part of the ship. Needless to say, we can't wait to read the droid's story in the upcoming book.
Star Wars: From A Certain Point of View will be released on November 10.