Leia accepts that she’s lost Ben already (literally no one believes in Kylo anymore) and embraces Luke as her brother. The twins share a final moment with a piece of memorabilia from their first adventure: Han’s lucky dice, which hung in the cockpit of the Millennium Falcon.
What gold chain did Luke give Leia?
The Force Awakens Visual Dictionary explains the dice were “used in the ‘Corellian Spike’ game of sabacc in which he won the Millennium Falcon from Lando Calrissian.” They were important to the ship and to Han, so Luke bringing them to Leia as part of his Force projection on Crait is special.
How did Luke get Han’s dice?
After Kylo Ren’s unsuccessful battle with Luke, he and his troops storm the newly-abandoned base and find the dice. It’s interesting to note that while Luke ends his body’s projection and becomes one with the Force, the projection of the dice remains long enough for Kylo to pick them up and feel their impact.
Why did Leia leave the dice?
When Luke died and became one with the Force, the dice disappeared as well since he was no longer alive to maintain their presence. It also was symbolic in my opinion of Kylo Ren releasing his past. They were a message of hope for Leia when they appeared in reference to Han.
Where are Hans dice?
He kept them as a lucky charm and hung them in the cockpit of the Millennium Falcon. Shortly after the Battle of Endor, Solo inspected the Millennium Falcon to reacquaint himself with his ship. During his inspection, he found the dice still hanging in the cockpit, just the way he left them.
What are the gold cubes in the last Jedi?
The gold dice were only seen in 1977’s original “Star Wars” movie briefly. They were in a small scene aboard the Millennium Falcon as Chewie bumps his head boarding the ship. The dice were placed there as a nod to director George Lucas’ earlier movie with Harrison Ford, “American Graffitti.”
Did Leia know Luke was a projection?
Leia too knows this from the outset, as the dice he gives her are also a Force projection with no actual weight to them. Luke doesn’t just show up with a haircut, he’s actually younger, as you can see there’s no longer grey in his beard. He looks like he did in the Kylo-Jedi Temple flashback.
How did the Jedi books get on the Falcon?
It sounds cheeky, but he’s being literal: as we see later, Rey snatched the books before fleeing Ahch-To and hid them in a drawer on the Millennium Falcon (we briefly see her store them as she takes off, and get a better look near the film’s end when Finn opens the drawer to get a blanket for Rose).
Are Han Solo’s dice in the original trilogy?
As a token of his good fortune, Han hung the dice in the very ship they’d won. This fits in with the original trilogy as well – when Han and company visit Cloud City in Empire Strikes Back, Han tells Lando they stopped in for repairs on Han’s ship.