Star Wars Alphabet Complete

From World Famous Design Junkies:

What makes this one unique is the use of the “Aurebesh” alphabet, a Star Wars specific alphabet that was originally used in the original SW trilogy randomly, developed in 1994 by RPG (Role Playing Game) designer Stephen Crane at West End Games in the book “Star Wars Miniatures Battles Companion (1994).” It was later used in the prequel movies, then edited into the original trilogy in the Special Edition releases, all according to the rules Stephen Crane created. Cool! And now Tweedlebop is using the letters correctly as well, in two ways on each card!

I don’t understand any of that.  But the designs are quite lovely!  Tweedlebop started the alphabet in 2007 and finished not too long ago.

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