Mark Hamill Hilariously Recalls Luke’s Rancor Battle

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Ever since Mark Hamill reprised his role of Luke Skywalker on The Mandalorian’s Season 2 finale, his always active social media presence has been even more noticeable.

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Credit: Screenshot From Mark Hamill TikTok

The actor even joined in on the May the Fourth festivities by poking fun at himself, noting that he likely will never be a part of a franchise as big as Star Wars! That being said, Star Wars fans always get a kick when Hamill references the George Lucas-created franchise online.

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Most recently, Museum Archive (@ArtifactsHub) took to Twitter to post a photo of an extinct bird claw:

A group of archaeologists discovered this 3,300 year old claw of the now-extinct bird,”Moa”, with flesh and muscles still attached to it.

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Well, when Hamill (@HamillHimself) took a look at this photo, he saw something a little different. The actor reTweeted the Tweet, telling his audience that the hand was obviously not an extinct bird claw, but in fact, the hand of a Rancor:

Excuse me, but I recognize a Rancor’s hand when I see one.

As many Star Wars fans may recall, Rancors are reptile-like carnivores from planet Dathomir (yes, that’s also the home world of Darth Maul). More specifically, fans will remember how Jabba the Hutt used his Rancor, Pateesa, as a quick way to get rid of those he did not like.

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Credit: Lucasfilm

The Tweet is hilarious because Luke Skywalker had his own run-in with a Rancor hand as he smashed Pateesa’s during a battle in Star Wars Episode VI: Return of the Jedi before, ultimately crushing him.

If you want to relive the battle, take a look at the YouTube video below:

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To Hamill’s credit, the bird claw pictured does look like the hand of a Rancor; however, I would imagine that a Rancor hand would look a little larger.

What do you think? Does this bird claw look like the hand of a Rancor? Let us know in the comments below! 

 

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