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Toydarian Toymaker in Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge at Disney World’s Hollywood Studios

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Two-sentence insider summary

This market stall will feature a first for Star Wars merchandise: artisan-style plush characters, wood and tin toys, and musical instruments. It’s the ultimate in the handcrafted approach to memorabilia that Galaxy’s Edge employs.

Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge's Toydarian Wares toys
The cutest – and coolest – keepsakes from everybody’s favorite galaxy

What is Toydarian Toymaker’s theming?

We don’t know just yet, as Disney hasn’t released any in-depth info on the retail space’s decorations or layout. We do know, however, that Zabaka will be the vendor running the street stall, and that she will more than likely be represented in audio-animatronic form.

What’s for sale in Toydarian Toymaker?

Toydarian Wares's toys at Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge
Toydarian Toymaker’s toys at Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge

There is a surprising depth and breadth to the titular Toydarian wares. Zabaka has produced a number of different wood-carved action figures and plush toys based off of the most famous denizens of that galaxy far, far away; inspired by the homemade dolls quickly spotted in Episode VII: The Force Awakens and Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, some of these familiar faces may sport different looks, including at least a few that are directly inspired by the original concept art developed all the way back in the ’70s (hey – how should the alien toymaker know what, exactly, Luke Skywalker or Poe Dameron looks like?). In addition, there is also a line of simplified vehicles that have been made out of wood, ranging from the Jawas’ sandcrawler to the Millennium Falcon herself.

Then there is a variety of musical instruments – such as whistles, drums, and the Kloo horn and Fanfar clarinet (what Figrin D’an and the Modal Nodes use in the Mos Eisley cantina) – all of which are playable and some of which come pre-loaded with music. And, finally, there is a whole series of games and puzzles, including a wooden dejarik board (that’s the holographic chess-like game seen in Episode IV: A New Hope), the infamous card game sabacc, spinning puzzles that feature various Star Wars characters and that split into three parts, a wooden Jedi holocron puzzle, an Imperial crank music box, and a character-infused matching game.

How much does Toydarian Toymaker cost?

We simply have no idea at this early stage in the game. Check back soon!

OI fun fact

Watto the Toydarian from "Episode I: The Phantom Menace"
Watto the Toydarian from “Episode I: The Phantom Menace”

So, what is a Toydarian, exactly? They are the flying CG-rendered aliens first introduced in Episode I: The Phantom Menace; Watto, Anakin Skywalker’s slaveowner, is one such being.

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