Why didn't the Jedi ever just make a list of all the races their mind tricks don't work on?
Seems like that would come in handy.
Probably also save them a lot of unnecessary embarrassment.
>Watto: No, they won't-a. What? You think you're some kind of Jedi, waving your hand around like that? I'm a Toydarian. Mind tricks don't work on me. Only money. No money, no parts, no deal.
>I'm a Toydarian. Mind tricks don't work on me.
Fuck off, shitlords. Go watch the prequels again.
>Go watch the prequels again
Are you serious? Do you believe you've won? You deserve to be laughed at and rolled in tar and feathers for being proud over knowing trivia about literal dogshit
i've said/posted this before: there was a bts featurette for the prequels and some staffers were presenting various drawings for the villain that eventually became that wheezing cyborg general (one drawing was a kid in a floating chair with two hovering weapon-spheres) and lucas had this stamp and he took a few seconds to look at the drawings and then stamped a few saying "i like this. i like this.". that's how he decided/created the prequels. a few seconds of glancing and a stamp.
>Toydarians were a sentient, winged species from the planet Toydaria. In addition to their ability to fly, Toydarians were physically defined by their long snouts and webbed feet, and could resist mental manipulation from the Force.[
That always drove me nuts.
>hurr durr pizza huts and toyetics have jedi kryptonite brains
Racial tendency for hard-headedness would be enough, I don't understand why they have to specify some biological immunity.
It's as shit as "These lizards make bubbles where the Force doesn't work!"