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The most basic theatrical poster.
|Directed by||James Film|
|Produced by||Icey Productions|
|Written by||James Film|
|Story by||James Film|
|Based on||Star Wars|
The Penguin Band
|Studio||Icey Film Studios|
|Gross revenue||200 billion|
Snow Wars is a movie franchise created by an independent movie-making company and published by Sony Antarctic. Created in 2007, it received many positive reviews, and many episodes were created afterwards. In 2012, Icey Channel bought the Snow Wars franchise, and decided to make a new Snow Wars movie every year just to milk the series' fans for money. Since they didn't have any ideas for the first new film (Episode VII), they just reused half of the plot from Episode IV. The series is infamous for releasing its trilogy in a random order.
- 1 Plot
- 1.1 Episode IV: The Promise (2007)
- 1.2 Episode V: The Realm Wreaks Havoc (2008)
- 1.3 Episode VI: The Jedi Comeback (2009)
- 1.4 Episode I: Dennis the Menace (2012)
- 1.5 Episode II: Takeover of the Bots (2013)
- 1.6 Episode III: Feel the Wrath of the Sith (2014)
- 1.7 Episode VII: The Wallet Opens (2017)
- 1.8 Episode VIII: Mind Tricks Don't Work on Me, Only Money (2018)
- 1.9 Episode IX: More Good Guys vs Bad Guy (2019)
- 2 Characters
- 3 Cast
- 4 See Also
Snow Wars is a fictional trilogy based on the (real) ancient rivalry between the Jedi and the Sith, in a far away galaxy. The plot is said to be set in the past, although things like space travel and Keysabers are common. In Snow Wars, most of the universe is controlled by the Imperial Realm, which the Sith are sided with. The Jedi have their own force, known as the Liberation Forces, or simply the rebels.
Episode IV: The Promise (2007)
Episode V: The Realm Wreaks Havoc (2008)
Episode VI: The Jedi Comeback (2009)
Episode I: Dennis the Menace (2012)
Episode II: Takeover of the Bots (2013)
Episode III: Feel the Wrath of the Sith (2014)
Episode VII: The Wallet Opens (2017)
Episode VIII: Mind Tricks Don't Work on Me, Only Money (2018)
Episode IX: More Good Guys vs Bad Guy (2019)
Below is a list of the most important characters of the saga:
- Luke Seafloater: Main protagonist of the first trilogy, Luke is an Emperor Penguin, son of a Jedi Master turned evil, and trained by Master Yed'ah. The character is based on an ancient Jedi legend, who was believed to have traveled to space before anyone else in time.
- Master Yed'ah
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