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Newest 'GoRogue' Video Confirms ‘Rogue One’ Planet Eadu

In between all the viral marketing, Hasbro’s nifty, fan-made #GoRogue videos keep giving away major hints at the plot and world of Rogue One: A Star Wars Story — and the latest one totally confirmed our predictions about the mysterious planet of Eadu.

We previously went down the Star Wars rabbit hole based on the Jyn Erso photo Lucasfilm released to celebrate 100 days until the release of the movie and speculated that Eadu was possibly the unknown rocky and rainy planet seen in the Rogue One trailers. What made it so interesting was that there weren’t even any references to anything called “Eadu” besides the name being slapped on the packaging of Hasbro toys, and it looks to stay that way.

Early on in the newest chapter of the #GoRogue series, Pao, another new Rogue One character we’ve only seen in marketing materials, screams, “This is Pao, I’m on Eadu, and I need backup!”

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Thankfully Jyn and her band of Rebel spies are already there ready to help Pao steal a second batch of Death Star plans from a downed Imperial shuttle. But before they intercept the plans, Stormtroopers destroy their U-Wing containing the other batch of Death Star plans they’re carrying. Soon, former Imperial security droid K-2SO does a double agent switcheroo and gives up Cassian Andor to the Empire most likely to double cross them into helping the Rebels with their mission.

The problem with these #GoRogue videos is that we don’t know how much they’ll stick to the actual storyline in the film. They have all those sweet, sweet merchandising ingredients, but that doesn’t mean things will happen exactly as they do here.

Ponder that as you check out this awesome new Pao action figure:

Hasbro's Pao action figure.

Still, there’s no denying that we know the once-mysterious Eadu is a brand new planet in Rogue One, and it’ll probably be the place Jyn and company go after more batches of the Death Star plans that are so vital to their mission.

Rogue One hits theaters on December 16.

Media via Hasbro, GIPHY

'Game of Thrones' Finale Explained: 5 Unanswered Questions After the End

Did any of this actually make sense?

Game of Thrones is over, but we still have plenty of questions. The series finale aired on May 19, bringing an end to eight seasons of dragons and politics, but for every loose thread tied up and character arc resolved, there are two more that never got closure.

Seriously, if we tried to list all our grievances, we’d be here all day. So instead, here are five unanswered questions from the Game of Thrones finale that are still bugging Inverse’s team of GoT experts.

Isle of Naath and West of Westeros Tease 'Game of Thrones' Finale Spinoffs

Here's what these two locations mean for the post-GoT story.

Game of Thrones aired its final episode Sunday night, but HBO is already planning at least three spinoff shows. We know one is a prequel, but the other two could pick up where Season 8, Episode 6 left off. On that note, the series finale may have dropped two major clues about where this story is headed next: Where is the Isle of Naath? What’s west of Westeros? And could either of these locations reveal what comes after the Game of Thrones finale? Here’s what you need to know.

'Game of Thrones' Finale Could Inspire a Drogon Spinoff Sequel in Valyria

That's the only place he could have flown to, right?

One of the biggest questions to come out of the Game of Thrones series finale Sunday night had everything to do with the ultimate fate of Drogon, Daenerys Targaryen’s last living dragon. He got a tragic “ride off into the sunset” moment midway through the episode, and his adventures in the future could provide an opportunity for some kind of spinoff series set in the same universe that leaves Westeros and the Starks behind to explore Old Valyria.

This 'Game of Thrones' Finale Easter Egg May Hint at a 'Dunk & Egg' Spinoff

This Easter egg is almost impossible to catch, but it would be oh so great if true.

The Game of Thrones series finale took up some emotional real estate close to the very end to focus on the noble deeds of dead knights like Jaime Lannister, but hidden among nods to heroes like Barristan Selmy and Arthur Dayne is one entry that Brienne reads about her own ancestor: Ser Duncan the Tall.