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A long, long time ago, on a farm far, far away…
It is a period of uncertainty in Stardew Valley.
The corporate forces of JojaMart encroach on the peaceful Pelican Town, threatening the region’s way of life and poisoning the people with mysterious additives.
A rebellious farmer has managed to sway the inhabitant’s preferences to organic crops, but JojaMart continues its attempts to buy off the competition and replace them with more JojaMart locations.
To defeat the Dark Manager Morris, our heroes need more than just healthy food. They’ll need to trust the Force… and download some mods.
Well the following list offers a handful of Star Wars-themed weapons and characters into your game, ready to fight the corporate Empire of Joja and help bring balance to the Force.
1. Star(dew) Wars
Nothing is more iconic and representative of the Star Wars franchise than the Lightsaber.
It’s about the only thing Jedi and Sith agree on other than the importance of the Force, and few things are as epic as a Lightsaber duel between two masters of the craft.
The entire Obi-Wan Kenobi TV show (2022) could be reduced to a couple Lightsaber duels, and it would be just as good, if not better, than what we got.
As you probably figured out by now, the Star(dew) Wars mod introduces Lightsabers into Stardew Valley.
There are four Lightsabers to find – Green, Blue, Red, and Purple – each replacing one of the stronger blades in the game, such as the Lava Katana and Galaxy Sword.
2. JG Lightsabers
Suppose you’re too hyped about Lightsaber duels to wait until you can craft high-level blades.
In that case, you should check out JG Lightsabers instead.
This mod replaces every sword with a different-colored Lightsaber, from the Wooden Blade to the Galaxy Sword.
The Steel Smallsword is a blue saber, the Holy Blade is a purple one, and most higher-level blades have an energy handguard like Kylo Ren’s sword in the new trilogy.
Regrettably, these are only a visual replacement and don’t have Lightsaber sound effects. Still, it’s a fun mod that gives your game a distinct SW appeal.
3. Mandalorian & Baby Yoda NPCs
The Mandalorian TV series and its cutesy mascot, Grogu, have been warmly received by fans worldwide.
Other than the solid writing and abundance of epic action scenes, one of the main reasons for the series’ popularity is precisely the presence of the painfully adorable Grogu (also known as Baby Yoda).
The only thing that sells more than sex is cuteness.
This fantastic mod brings these two space runaways to Pelican Town, where they can lay low in their own high-tech base next to the bus stop.
They’re fully fleshed-out NPCs, and the Mandalorian can even be married after putting in the effort of seducing him.
4. DCBurger Style Mandalorian & Baby Yoda Portraits
Once you decide to mod Stardew Valley, one of the first things you get is a portrait enhancement for the inhabitants of Pelican Town.
There’s nothing wrong with the original art style. It’s nice and wholesome! But when you see high-resolution alternatives like the DCBurger’s Portrait Mod, it’s hard to resist.
Regrettably, running portrait mods will often make any extra NPCs from fanmade add-ons look different from the rest of the cast, breaking your immersion.
Luckily for Star Wars fans, creator DCBurger loved the Mandalorian & Baby Yoda mod.
He released an extra module for his Portrait Mod, including high-res pictures for Mando and Grogu.