A universe as rich and overflowing with content as the galaxy far, far away is always going to come equipped with seemingly infinite behind-the-scenes chunks of glorious detail and hidden Easter eggs that consistently reward fans who opt to repeatedly boot up their Star Wars hyperdrive.
Yet, not every fact and tidbit eventually discovered in tell-all interviews, informative documentaries, or detailed Twitter threads adds waves of new depth to the Skywalker Saga or other spin-off tales brought to life on the big/small screen, via video games, or the page.
In fact, sometimes the revelation of a once unknown piece of intriguing Star Wars trivia does little more than elicit a subtle smirk on a fan's mug. And you know what? That doesn't make the Force any less strong with said feature of the overall intergalactic space opera.
From the origins of some of the galaxy's best side-splitting throwaway beats, to somewhat subtle characteristics next to nobody clocked even after multiple viewings of their favourite Episodes, these are those Star Wars facts and features that may not be vital but are fascinating all the same.
10. Qui-Gon's Razor Communicator Isn't The Only Real-Life Item Transformed Into A Star Wars Prop
While the often larger than life tales of Jedi colliding with Sith and Rebel Alliances trying to overcome an entire Empire may feel as though they are a world away from our own humble planet, the fact a great many real-world objects haven't exactly snuck their way into the galaxy far, far away has acted as one of Star Wars' most endearing features from day one.
From using spare parts from a camera shop to create Luke Skywalker's lightsaber, to Qui-Gon Jinn infamously communicating to his padawan via Gillette women's razor, you never have to look too far for a link to this corner of the galaxy within George Lucas' sprawling universe.
And clearly taking inspiration from those big-screen projects before them, Disney+'s latest small-screen offerings have similarly not shied away from dropping the odd piece of real-life junk into the likes of The Mandalorian and The Book of Boba Fett.
Mando Season One saw Jawas scavenging Volkswagen parts, for example, with The Book of Boba Fett also depicting Mok Shaiz's majordomo seemingly using none other than a Coleco Bowlatronic toy as a digital notepad.
And so, the beloved Star Wars repurposing of everyday items tradition continues!