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The Death Star is the name given to two fictional moon-sized superweapons appearing in the Star Wars movies, with the first Death Star appearing in Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope and the second Death Star appearing in Star Wars Episode VI: Return of the Jedi.
As their names imply, the Death Stars were capable of destroying an entire planet with a single blast of energy fired from their primary weapon. The first Death Star was originally built by the Galactic Empire under Emperor Palpatine's orders some time during the end of the Clone Wars. The weapon was intended to destroy planets loyal to the Rebel Alliance, as was demonstrated by the weapon's destruction of the planet Alderaan, and to induce psychological terror in anyone who may be considering turning against the Empire. After the Rebel Alliance stole the Death Star's plans and ultimately destroyed the Death Star, a second Death Star was constructed years later as a successor to the original. While the second Death Star's construction was never completed, it's primary weapon was fully operational; enough for it to be used in the Battle of Endor. The destruction of the second Death Star, combined with the death of Emperor Palpatine, eventually prompted the Empire to formally surrender to the newly established New Republic a year later.
The first Death Star was made by TROY, this version is much weaker then the 2nd Death Star as this version could be killed with one-hit K.O. moves and the F1 key.
2nd Death Star
Later on, TROY decided to update the Death Star to the 2nd Death Star, this version is much cheaper. It is able to withstand the F1 button and is able to defeat characters such as Omega Tom Hanks with a special reversal (it is one of the first characters to use it, it's unknown if TROY invented the kill codes for it).
This creation was originally private and with TROY's permission, Ironcommando promoted it with videos and gave out links, only to stumble upon a Death Star 1 Spriteswap making him take it offline. It was later Warehoused at Esnips, then after that went offline. It's now hosted on MediaFire.
Although the 2nd Death Star might be almost impossible to K.O., there are a ton of methods of killing it through advanced coding. One method is to capture the helper using F1 Killer/Chaos/Konsen followed by a fake projectile or a series of varsets that cause the Death Star to kill itself.
3rd Death Star
Considered an edit of the original Death Star, this version lacks any of the OHKO moves. Instead it spams projectiles and Tie Fighters to defeat its enemies. It is also F1 proof and can withstand many OHKO attacks.
Death Planet (4th Death Star)
An edit of the 2nd Death Star by TONY, this version features 2x more power (total of 3000), slightly different effects and can summon 2 clones to help it.