Star Wars Jedi: Survivor Cal, BD, and Merrin riding a spammel through the Jedha desert

Star Wars Jedi: Survivor Cal, BD, and Merrin riding a spammel through the Jedha desert

Star Wars Jedi: Survivor is totally brimming with enjoyable new additions to the Star Wars universe. There’s Turgle, your favourite little frog man. There’s a house DJ and her sampling droid, who combine beats out within the wild. And there may be, for the primary time in Star Wars visible media, a bona fide bathroom you possibly can hand around in, in a method which you could’t in actual life, as a result of that will be bizarre.

Granted, it isn’t the first Star Wars bathroom ever depicted — that honor, weirdly, would possibly go to the Star Wars Galaxy’s Edge theme park, the place the loos are “in character” albeit a bit restricted in creativeness by necessity, since they’ve to be made for people and abide by (Earth’s) sanitation legal guidelines.

Andor additionally form of confirmed us Star Wars loos, however they have been additionally mainly jail cans: Spartan, purposeful, and never massive on privateness. Similarly, the Razor Crest, Din Djarin’s ship in season 1 of The Mandalorian, had a head for his long-haul journeys that’s potential to spot within the background of the primary episode.

The loos in Jedi: Survivor, nevertheless? They’re the actual deal, and possibly a (considerably scummy) illustration of how most folk go within the Star Wars universe. You can discover it early within the game, proper by the principle entrance of Pyloon’s Saloon (Greez’s cantina) on the planet Koboh.

Cal Kestis approaches the hallway leading to the restroom in Pyloon’s Saloon in Star Wars Jedi: Survivor.

Head on again that method and down the steps, and also you’ll see the dingy services ready for you and the opposite saloon patrons.

The view from the entrance of a Star Wars public restroom. It looks kinda like a normal one, but with that Star Wars-style adobe walls and grimy fixtures and dim lighting, at least in Star Wars Jedi: Survivor.

And look! A correct stall that affords you privateness — none of that horse secure nonsense we now have in most IRL public restrooms.

A mid shot of an open stall in the Pyloon’s Saloon restroom from Star Wars Jedi: Survivor. From this distance, the toilet looks normal, if a bit oblong.

Check out the native graffiti! Also have a look at the assorted whatsits right here. That gizmo on the wall appears prefer it might be for lavatory paper, however perhaps they use one thing else on the Outer Rim. This rest room is prepared for you no matter what finish your enterprise is completed from. What’s that tube subsequent to the bowl, you ask? I don’t know! None of my enterprise, in all probability.

Closeup on a toilet from Star Wars Jedi: Survivor, with alien graffiti on the walls and a tiolet that seems to have two drainage holes in it and a long tube attached to the side. I don’t know how it works but it seems pretty inclusive.

And this grimy-ass sink! Perfect. Star Wars is supposed to be kinda grody, and this sink appears prefer it barely will get the job completed. Do you suppose it even makes use of water? It’s gotta, proper? Why else have two dispensers?

Close up on the bathroom sink in Star Wars Jedi: Survivor. It’s got two dispensers that might be for water and maybe a soap dispenser, although i could be wrong about all of that.


Closeup on a corner of the public restroom in Star Wars Jedi: Survivor, where ventilation machinery lies and what might be a service droid/trash can, I cannot tell.

I hope you discovered this photograph essay informative. Please don’t take photographs in any actual public restroom chances are you’ll end up in, regardless of how novel.