A new interactive online guide dissects all ten Star Wars films to reveal data and numbers to identify which is the most profitable, deadliest, romantic or action-packed instalment. For example, Anakin is considered “strongest with the Force”, as he apparently uses his abilities 48 times across six films. Episode III: Revenge of the Sith is considered the “deadliest film”, with a total of 15 Jedi and two followers of the Dark Side killed.
You can also find out which Jedi is actually strongest with the Force, who wielded their lightsaber the most, and which character lost the most limbs. Star Wars in Numbers collates the data from every film and compares them across 23 categories to produce the stats from the franchise. This includes total Dark Side followers killed, Force uses, lightsaber battles and the number of alien species, along with the featured vehicles, droid models, limbs lost etc.
Episode III: Revenge of the Sith also features the most limbs lost, the most Jedi deaths and the most droid models, while Episode VII: The Force Awakens claims the highest box office earnings, the biggest profit and the longest opening crawl. The analysis also reveals that Anakin Skywalker is the deadliest character, with a death count of three named Dark Side followers and eight Jedi. He is also strongest with the Force, claiming 48 of the 185 total Force uses across each film. Obi-Wan Kenobi is the most devout Jedi, saying six variants of the iconic “May the Force be with you” line, while Emperor Palpatine references the Dark Side twelve times.
Additionally, the research claims there is a total of 260 aliens, 118 droid models, 184 vehicles and 86 named female characters featured in the films. All 10 canonical Star Wars films are analysed, from Episodes I-VIII in the Skywalker saga to the standalone instalments. Users can view statistics for each episode, alongside trivia, fun facts and “never-before-seen data” from Solo: A Star Wars Story and Rogue One: A Star Wars Story.
So, if you’re a SW fan, have at it. To view Star Wars in Numbers, visit: https://www.star-wars-in-numbers.com/
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