Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge is the largest single-themed land ever created in a Disney park, opening in summer 2019 at Disneyland Resort and fall 2019 at Walt Disney World Resort. When guests arrive at Black Spire Outpost, they will encounter aliens, droids and other inhabitants of Batuu as they search for rare and unique goods, discover unusual food and drink, or join a crew seeking adventures. Batuu is the home of Black Spire Outpost, the location you will visit when you arrive at Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge, which has become a haven for the galaxy’s most colorful and notorious characters.
The lively market of Black Spire Outpost is where you will find treasures to take home. For those looking to purchase in-story Star Wars merchandise and rare finds from across the galaxy, look no further than the many different Outpost stores and market stalls.
There are a few things you won’t find for sale in Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge, however. According to io9, per Disney’s policy, there will be no blaster guns sold in the park. You also won’t find generic “Disney” or “Star Wars” items because it’s meant to feel like everything you buy comes directly from Batuu.
The Droid Depot will invite guests to construct their own astromech droids. Patrons will pick pieces and parts off a conveyor belt to build one of two core models (R-series or BB-series) and they can customize their droids with various parts and colors. These droids will be capable of interacting with elements in the land, responding to guests’ adventures. Additional programming chips and accessories can be added to further customize these new friends. In addition, the Droid Depot will offer pre-built droids, droid-inspired products and more.
At Savi’s Workshop – Handbuilt Lightsabers, guests will have the opportunity to customize and craft their very own lightsabers. In this mystical experience, guests will feel the Force as they build these elegant weapons from a more civilized age.
Inside Dok-Ondar’s Den of Antiquities, guests will find a selection of rare and mysterious items for sale representing different eras of the Star Wars galaxy, including holocrons, ancient Jedi and Sith artifacts, lightsabers and more. As they explore the nooks and crannies of the shop, guests will also see Dok at his desk as the large Ithorian checks his inventory, takes incoming calls and barks the occasional order at his assistants.
According to io9, Dok-Ondar’s will sell legacy lightsabers that look like the ones used by Luke Skywalker, Darth Vader, and more. Prices start around $110 and go up based on size, and you can also add accessories like a light-up blade for $50, or a display stand.
io9 also reports that Dok-Ondar’s will feature lots of cool items that aren’t for sale, such as a 12-foot tall stuffed Wampa from the planet Hoth. In fact, the entire second level of the shop is filled with “Star Wars” props and Easter eggs.
The Creature Stall is dedicated to the plethora of rare and fascinating creatures that populate the galaxy, as well as Black Spire Outfitters, showcasing the latest in accessories.
Toydarian Toymaker is a stall full of toys crafted by a Toydarian (the flying alien species first seen in “Star Wars: Episode I – The Phantom Menace”).
Resistance Supply is a “makeshift” supply location at the Resistance’s hidden command area. The stall sells Resistance pins, badges, hats, and other accessories to help guests feel like part of the cause.
First Order Cargo is a temporary First Order storage dock near the market. Easily identified by a never-before-seen First Order TIE echelon, the cargo location will offer guests a chance to pledge their loyalty by purchasing pins, caps, gear, model ships and more.
In addition, according to Disney, guests can find accessories and other trinkets at The Jewels of Bith.
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