Star Wars is a multi-genre mythology and multimedia series that was created by George Lucas in 1976. It includes novels, movies and comics, video games toys, as well as a variety of TV shows The Star Wars franchise employs archetypal themes that are common to religions, classical mythology and the political climax and musical motifs that are based on these same themes.

One of the best examples of the space-opera subgenre of science-fiction, Star Wars has become part of the mainstream culture and is one of the top-rated films of all time. [1]

The year 2012 was the time when The Walt Disney Company purchased all rights for the Star Wars franchise by acquiring the rights from George Lucas for 4.05 billion dollars. Since the time, Disney has split off Star Wars into two main categories, namely Star Wars Legends and Star Wars Canon The latter, Star Wars Canon as an “official” story of the Star Wars franchise.

Despite the mainline narrative of the series, officially called The Skywalker Saga, reaching its end in 2019. With the release in Star Wars: Episode IX The Rise of Skywalker, the series is still going strong mostly due to the popularity in The Mandalorian, the Disney+ original television series The Mandalorian, the final season of Star Wars: The Clone Wars and publishing projects like Star Wars: The High Republic.


Star Wars is a popular Star Wars story has been told in a number of American films that resulted in a variety in books as well as other media that have created what is known as the Expanded Universe. This Star Wars mythos is also the inspiration for a variety of games and toys of different varieties. The novels and films use common themes from science fiction.

Gene Roddenberry’s Star Trek, a science fantasy-based franchise which has enjoyed lasting popularity in American popular culture. And frequently combines supernatural and magical elements along with a rational and modern approach to storytelling. Star Wars has a strong mythic element that is complemented by its scientific and political elements.

In contrast to the earlier heroes from television and film shows such as Flash Gordon, the heroes of Star Wars are not militaristic individuals but romantic romantics. College literature professors have noted they think Star Wars is a novel that Star Wars saga, with its battle between evil and good, democracy and empire, could be described as a National epic that is a part of America. United States. The film has a lot of aesthetic and narrative resemblances to John Ford’s The Searches, which also offers a clue as to the connection among Leia Organa as well as Luke Skywalker.

George Lucas attributed the strong appeal of Star Wars to it being an epic mythology that draws inspiration from the motifs of psychological warfare dating back to the tens of thousands and the underlying concepts of humanity. The most notable thing is that Lucas considered children to be the main audience for these stories. Star Wars films Star Wars films show considerable similarities with Japanese Jidaigeki films and also Roman mythology. Lucas has said that his plan was to create the Star Wars a modern mythology inspired by the work of his mentor and friend Joseph Campbell. He also called the movie’s similarities in style to The Hidden Fortress (Akira Kurosawa) as an “homage.”

Star Wars films Star Wars films portray a environment strewn with grime and technology that appears like it’s been around for a long time, unlike the futuristic, sleek world common to earlier science-fiction films. When interviewed, Lucas mentions that the latest props were rubbed with dirt in order to make them appear weathered. Lucas might have been influenced from his favorite Sergio Leone Spaghetti Western films in the 1960s that served a similar purpose to the Western several years prior. It’s possible to suggest that this departure from traditional science fiction films influenced the genre of cyberpunk that was created in 1984.

Licenseed Star Wars novels have been published since the first movie came out in. Even though these books have been licensed to Lucas (meaning Lucas shares the royalty) but he has the final power of creation over his Star Wars universe, forcing Lucas Licensing to devote considerable time and effort to ensure continuity between authors’ works as well as Lucas films. Sometimes, elements from these novels are integrated to the top level of the Star Wars canon, the films. Games, books as well as stories that aren’t directly inspired by the nine films that comprise Star Wars are known as the Extended or Expanded Universe (EU for short). Lucas has claimed that he does not get involved in the EU and prefers to focus on his own films, and not “…the licensing industry of games, books and comics.”

The first (1977) Star Wars (A New Hope) as well as the first sequel The Empire Strikes Back (1980) were chosen for preservation by the United States National Film Registry.

in 1978 Lucas was suing the designers of Battlestar Galactica for its similarity to Star Wars. The lawsuit was dismissed as lacking merits in the year 1980 by an U.S. Federal judge.

The main storyline in Star Wars, known as the The Skywalker Saga, ended in the year 2019 with the release of Star Wars: Episode IX The Rise of Skywalker. But Star Wars as a Star Wars franchise itself has not been canceled and continues to continue the initial series, with shows like The Mandalorian and the upcoming project called Star Wars: The High Republic.

Star Wars Armada Fleet Builder

The idea of building fleets without a builder app is a flop.

These are the three builders I’ve heard of (and one I’ve never attempted) that are still in use in Armada 1.5


I keep this builder in use. It’s visually appealing and simple to use. It also comes with some useful database features, such as list filtering, in addition to the capacity to view different (public) list. It also has a smaller variant of build images that are ideal for mobile devices.


100% free

Visual, easy to utilize

Fantastic online savings

Good text export

Easy to share links with fleets

Always up to date with fresh content


There are a few bugs, such as you can’t switch ship models, and it will change the order of your ships whenever you edit or clone

There is a problem with the code that will ensure things like double-slot upgrade You must monitor that by hand

Too many advertisements Fucking hate it!



I am in love with my Kingston builder. In comparison to Warlords, for instance, it’s smaller and doesn’t suffer from any compromise in functionality.


Very simple to make use of

Super-efficient and small layout

Online helps save money

Quick to update


There is no filtering option for fleets, other than by faction. Once you’ve got over 20 fleets, it’s an issue.

Small donation needed to help save fleets




Easy to use Android application

Quick to update

Collection support, including alt art for tournaments and other loot


Donation required to ensure fleets are not lost in cloud

– it’s an Android app



I’m not sure what I know about this particular one. I haven’t tried it.