When you arrive on Batuu at Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge, you'll notice that the Cast Members will use a lot of words and phrases that are unfamiliar to us here on Earth. Since this place offers a fully-immersive experience for guests, this lingo is a way to really make you feel like you're on another planet - but it's always helpful to learn the language before you travel so here's a nifty guide to help you converse with the locals.
- Bright Suns - "Good morning" or "Good day"
- Rising Moons - "Good evening"
- Till the Spire - "Farewell"
- Good Run - "Good luck"; this will mostly apply on Smuggler's Run
- Credits - "Dollars"; people in the Star Wars universe use credits for money so as you check out you will likely hear the CMs say "one hundred seven point thirty-five credits" to mean $107.35. Don't worry, though, if you do happen to say "dollars" they won't say anything against it.
- Credit Reductions - "Discounts"; this is how they will ask for things like AP, DVC or CM discounts on the food or merchandise.
- Credits Card - "Credit card"; the extra "s" implies the use of credits instead of dollars.
- Datapad - "Cell phone"; it also can specifically refer to the Datapad on the Play Disney Parks app.
- Off-World - Can refer to anything from "Out of the country" to "Elsewhere in Disneyland" depending on the context. I was talking with one CM about shipping something to my house and specifically said "shipping off-world" and she discussed things with me like "ground transportation to a domestic planet" to mean "ground shipping to the continental states". Due to its broad definition this phrase does get used frequently.
- Travelers - Anyone not from Batuu.
- Deactivation - This only applies to droids that are not kept in a container. All droids from the Droid Depot must be kept off the walkways or risk "deactivation" which can be assumed to mean confiscation.
- Star Tours - CMs will refer to Star Tours, but only as a legitimate mode of transportation. One asked if I traveled to Batuu via Star Tours and laughed when I mentioned this was the only destination I had ever actually made it to through their service.
- Disneyland - They will more likely than not refer to Disneyland as "off-world" and not directly mention any shows, attractions or characters that are not part of the Star Wars story.
- Star Wars - They will not reference Star Wars inside Galaxy's Edge. When it's brought up they will mention they have "heard people talk about it but don't know what it is" to maintain the illusion.
If you can't remember these phrases or would rather not use them, don't worry. It's not an expectation and CMs will adapt to whatever you're comfortable with. This is just another way to continue the illusion and allow them to play around with you. I would recommend it because it's pretty fun but no pressure. Till the Spire!