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Ewoks were a diminutive species of furry bipeds native to the forest moon of Endor . They were most notable for helping the Rebel Alliance defeat the forces of the Galactic Empire at the Battle of Endor , allowing the shield generator there to be destroyed, and in turn, the Death Star II .

Ewoks were individuals that stood about one meter tall. They used spears, slings, and knives as weapons; they also used hang gliders as vehicles. Although skilled in forest survival and the construction of primitive technology, the Ewoks had yet to progress past stone-level technology when discovered by the Empire. They were quick learners, however, when exposed to advanced technology with simple mechanical processes and concepts.

Ewoks were sentient humanoids , averaging about one meter in height. Omnivorous, they were covered in fur from head to toe, with brown and black as the most common colors. Most Ewoks had solid-colored fur, though a few sported stripes. Ewoks had large, bright eyes , small humanoid noses, and hands that possessed two fingers and an opposable thumb. Despite their small size, Ewoks were physically strong enough to overpower combat-trained humans . [2]


Ewoks were a diminutive species of furry bipeds native to the forest moon of Endor . They were most notable for helping the Rebel Alliance defeat the forces of the Galactic Empire at the Battle of Endor , allowing the shield generator there to be destroyed, and in turn, the Death Star II .

Ewoks were individuals that stood about one meter tall. They used spears, slings, and knives as weapons; they also used hang gliders as vehicles. Although skilled in forest survival and the construction of primitive technology, the Ewoks had yet to progress past stone-level technology when discovered by the Empire. They were quick learners, however, when exposed to advanced technology with simple mechanical processes and concepts.

Ewoks were sentient humanoids , averaging about one meter in height. Omnivorous, they were covered in fur from head to toe, with brown and black as the most common colors. Most Ewoks had solid-colored fur, though a few sported stripes. Ewoks had large, bright eyes , small humanoid noses, and hands that possessed two fingers and an opposable thumb. Despite their small size, Ewoks were physically strong enough to overpower combat-trained humans . [2]

Imagine you’re on the moon of Endor after taking Star Tours Flight 45. Close your eyes and concentrate on your surroundings. You can smell the forest, touch the soft humid soil, and hear the distant song of a lantern bird. Then, suddenly you might find yourself hanging upside down, caught in a booby trap of an Ewok tribe. Welcome to the land of the Ewoks.

The origin of the Ewoks is rather diverse. Story wise, the Ewoks evolved from Wookiees. George Lucas had foreseen that the decisive battle in the Galactic Civil War would take place between the Wookiees and the Empire, but since Chewbacca was too skilled at using technology, Lucas wanted a more primitive species to defeat the Empire. In our own history the origins of the Ewoks can be found in the Vietnam War (1955 – 1975). In that confrontation during the Cold War, the guerrilla Vietcong warriors were a constant threat to the anti-communist soldiers because they knew every inch of the jungles they called home.

The small and adorable Ewoks managed to rise far above their appearance in Return of the Jedi . They were the stars of two television movies ( Caravan of Courage and The Battle for Endor ) and in a cartoon series made by Nelvana. They even made an appearance on Ice Capades in 1986! To the untrained eye, many Ewoks look alike. But if we have a closer look, you’ll recognize many individual Ewoks. And the best thing is that we don’t need to be dragged into their village as prisoners in order to meet them!

Ewoks (Ewoks ) Details Unit Classes Ewok Affiliation Ewoks Rebel Alliance

The Ewoks are a species of small bipedal primates that live on the moon of Endor. In Star Wars: Battlefront II , the Ewoks can be accessed by playing Hunt on Endor . They can fight against the Empire 's Scout Troopers . During a conquest match, they actively side with the Rebellion , not counting toward unit count, yet attacking the Empire, causing great frustration for the Empire. They have two types: brown and grey (no other differences).

Although they are probably mainly for small to medium sized dogs, the fact they are Star wars themed and the pure novelty of them is fantastic for any Star Wars fanatic or fan.

This is a longer toy at at  12″ L X 6″ W. It’s skinny and long with a squeaker and is made to be plush and soft.

It has silver stitching on the dark black fabric, with a cape. The body is a crinkle body which is made for your dog to play with.

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Ewoks were a diminutive species of furry bipeds native to the forest moon of Endor . They were most notable for helping the Rebel Alliance defeat the forces of the Galactic Empire at the Battle of Endor , allowing the shield generator there to be destroyed, and in turn, the Death Star II .

Ewoks were individuals that stood about one meter tall. They used spears, slings, and knives as weapons; they also used hang gliders as vehicles. Although skilled in forest survival and the construction of primitive technology, the Ewoks had yet to progress past stone-level technology when discovered by the Empire. They were quick learners, however, when exposed to advanced technology with simple mechanical processes and concepts.

Ewoks were sentient humanoids , averaging about one meter in height. Omnivorous, they were covered in fur from head to toe, with brown and black as the most common colors. Most Ewoks had solid-colored fur, though a few sported stripes. Ewoks had large, bright eyes , small humanoid noses, and hands that possessed two fingers and an opposable thumb. Despite their small size, Ewoks were physically strong enough to overpower combat-trained humans . [2]

Imagine you’re on the moon of Endor after taking Star Tours Flight 45. Close your eyes and concentrate on your surroundings. You can smell the forest, touch the soft humid soil, and hear the distant song of a lantern bird. Then, suddenly you might find yourself hanging upside down, caught in a booby trap of an Ewok tribe. Welcome to the land of the Ewoks.

The origin of the Ewoks is rather diverse. Story wise, the Ewoks evolved from Wookiees. George Lucas had foreseen that the decisive battle in the Galactic Civil War would take place between the Wookiees and the Empire, but since Chewbacca was too skilled at using technology, Lucas wanted a more primitive species to defeat the Empire. In our own history the origins of the Ewoks can be found in the Vietnam War (1955 – 1975). In that confrontation during the Cold War, the guerrilla Vietcong warriors were a constant threat to the anti-communist soldiers because they knew every inch of the jungles they called home.

The small and adorable Ewoks managed to rise far above their appearance in Return of the Jedi . They were the stars of two television movies ( Caravan of Courage and The Battle for Endor ) and in a cartoon series made by Nelvana. They even made an appearance on Ice Capades in 1986! To the untrained eye, many Ewoks look alike. But if we have a closer look, you’ll recognize many individual Ewoks. And the best thing is that we don’t need to be dragged into their village as prisoners in order to meet them!


Ewoks were a diminutive species of furry bipeds native to the forest moon of Endor . They were most notable for helping the Rebel Alliance defeat the forces of the Galactic Empire at the Battle of Endor , allowing the shield generator there to be destroyed, and in turn, the Death Star II .

Ewoks were individuals that stood about one meter tall. They used spears, slings, and knives as weapons; they also used hang gliders as vehicles. Although skilled in forest survival and the construction of primitive technology, the Ewoks had yet to progress past stone-level technology when discovered by the Empire. They were quick learners, however, when exposed to advanced technology with simple mechanical processes and concepts.

Ewoks were sentient humanoids , averaging about one meter in height. Omnivorous, they were covered in fur from head to toe, with brown and black as the most common colors. Most Ewoks had solid-colored fur, though a few sported stripes. Ewoks had large, bright eyes , small humanoid noses, and hands that possessed two fingers and an opposable thumb. Despite their small size, Ewoks were physically strong enough to overpower combat-trained humans . [2]

Imagine you’re on the moon of Endor after taking Star Tours Flight 45. Close your eyes and concentrate on your surroundings. You can smell the forest, touch the soft humid soil, and hear the distant song of a lantern bird. Then, suddenly you might find yourself hanging upside down, caught in a booby trap of an Ewok tribe. Welcome to the land of the Ewoks.

The origin of the Ewoks is rather diverse. Story wise, the Ewoks evolved from Wookiees. George Lucas had foreseen that the decisive battle in the Galactic Civil War would take place between the Wookiees and the Empire, but since Chewbacca was too skilled at using technology, Lucas wanted a more primitive species to defeat the Empire. In our own history the origins of the Ewoks can be found in the Vietnam War (1955 – 1975). In that confrontation during the Cold War, the guerrilla Vietcong warriors were a constant threat to the anti-communist soldiers because they knew every inch of the jungles they called home.

The small and adorable Ewoks managed to rise far above their appearance in Return of the Jedi . They were the stars of two television movies ( Caravan of Courage and The Battle for Endor ) and in a cartoon series made by Nelvana. They even made an appearance on Ice Capades in 1986! To the untrained eye, many Ewoks look alike. But if we have a closer look, you’ll recognize many individual Ewoks. And the best thing is that we don’t need to be dragged into their village as prisoners in order to meet them!

Ewoks (Ewoks ) Details Unit Classes Ewok Affiliation Ewoks Rebel Alliance

The Ewoks are a species of small bipedal primates that live on the moon of Endor. In Star Wars: Battlefront II , the Ewoks can be accessed by playing Hunt on Endor . They can fight against the Empire 's Scout Troopers . During a conquest match, they actively side with the Rebellion , not counting toward unit count, yet attacking the Empire, causing great frustration for the Empire. They have two types: brown and grey (no other differences).

Although they are probably mainly for small to medium sized dogs, the fact they are Star wars themed and the pure novelty of them is fantastic for any Star Wars fanatic or fan.

This is a longer toy at at  12″ L X 6″ W. It’s skinny and long with a squeaker and is made to be plush and soft.

It has silver stitching on the dark black fabric, with a cape. The body is a crinkle body which is made for your dog to play with.


Ewoks were a diminutive species of furry bipeds native to the forest moon of Endor . They were most notable for helping the Rebel Alliance defeat the forces of the Galactic Empire at the Battle of Endor , allowing the shield generator there to be destroyed, and in turn, the Death Star II .

Ewoks were individuals that stood about one meter tall. They used spears, slings, and knives as weapons; they also used hang gliders as vehicles. Although skilled in forest survival and the construction of primitive technology, the Ewoks had yet to progress past stone-level technology when discovered by the Empire. They were quick learners, however, when exposed to advanced technology with simple mechanical processes and concepts.

Ewoks were sentient humanoids , averaging about one meter in height. Omnivorous, they were covered in fur from head to toe, with brown and black as the most common colors. Most Ewoks had solid-colored fur, though a few sported stripes. Ewoks had large, bright eyes , small humanoid noses, and hands that possessed two fingers and an opposable thumb. Despite their small size, Ewoks were physically strong enough to overpower combat-trained humans . [2]

Imagine you’re on the moon of Endor after taking Star Tours Flight 45. Close your eyes and concentrate on your surroundings. You can smell the forest, touch the soft humid soil, and hear the distant song of a lantern bird. Then, suddenly you might find yourself hanging upside down, caught in a booby trap of an Ewok tribe. Welcome to the land of the Ewoks.

The origin of the Ewoks is rather diverse. Story wise, the Ewoks evolved from Wookiees. George Lucas had foreseen that the decisive battle in the Galactic Civil War would take place between the Wookiees and the Empire, but since Chewbacca was too skilled at using technology, Lucas wanted a more primitive species to defeat the Empire. In our own history the origins of the Ewoks can be found in the Vietnam War (1955 – 1975). In that confrontation during the Cold War, the guerrilla Vietcong warriors were a constant threat to the anti-communist soldiers because they knew every inch of the jungles they called home.

The small and adorable Ewoks managed to rise far above their appearance in Return of the Jedi . They were the stars of two television movies ( Caravan of Courage and The Battle for Endor ) and in a cartoon series made by Nelvana. They even made an appearance on Ice Capades in 1986! To the untrained eye, many Ewoks look alike. But if we have a closer look, you’ll recognize many individual Ewoks. And the best thing is that we don’t need to be dragged into their village as prisoners in order to meet them!

Ewoks (Ewoks ) Details Unit Classes Ewok Affiliation Ewoks Rebel Alliance

The Ewoks are a species of small bipedal primates that live on the moon of Endor. In Star Wars: Battlefront II , the Ewoks can be accessed by playing Hunt on Endor . They can fight against the Empire 's Scout Troopers . During a conquest match, they actively side with the Rebellion , not counting toward unit count, yet attacking the Empire, causing great frustration for the Empire. They have two types: brown and grey (no other differences).


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