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Logray (ewok)

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The Staff of Logray also known as theStaff of Power, was a powerful Force-imbued object that would increase the Force abilities of anyone who held it. The Ewok shaman Logray, who resided in Bright Tree Village on the forest moon of Endor, used the staff as a weapon. The staff allowed Logray to perform more potent "magic." Logray carried it at all times, and he guarded it closely. The staff could potentially be used by anyone that Logray so chose, such as the young Ewok warrior, Wicket Wystri Warrick. Individuals that Logray had not deemed able to use the staff were given a powerful burn or shock when they tried to take hold of the staff. However, the Dark Wizard Stagorronce took possession of the staff.


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MARIKA
MARIKA
10 abr 2020

Once watched this movie with my high school sweetheart, and he was like "Those Ewoks are speaking Tagalog and gibberish." Which I believed but never actually confirmed.


Found this (thanks, internet):


...largely based on Kalmyk Oirat, a dialect spoken by Russians of Kalmyk ethnicity. Burtt decided to make Ewokese based on that language after hearing it in a documentary. He got an 80-year-old Kalmyk woman to speak tales of her people through her native tongue, and then recorded the sounds, with the various actors imitating various portions of the recording.


But also this!:


The Ewoks seem to say"Ayon, puno daw ito!"when C-3PO is being worshipped. "Ayon,pinunodaw ito!"means "There it is! This seems to be a leader!" in Tagalog. "Puno" is…


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