What’s Your Jedi Name?

Dave Filoni and Aljon Go

In order to get your Jedi first name:

1) You must take the first 3 letters of your last name.
2) Then you must take the first 2 letters of your first name.

To get your Jedi last name
1) You must take the first 3 letters of your motherís maiden name.
2) Then you must take the first 3 letters of the town or city you were born in.

My Jedi name is “Go-Al Ocasea”.



Here’s something fun to do, especially with your kids.

Once you have a name for you and your child, have a picture taken of you along with them dressed up in some Star Wars robes. It’s really cool if you are able to get a shot or two made at Tatooine Traders/Star Tours at Disney’s Hollywood Studios! Don’t forget the Lightsabers! Create a certificate with their name on it signed by you, their Jedi Master using their new Jedi name. Now you have a cool scrapbook keepsake.

Picture caption – Dave Filoni, supervising director of Star Wars: The Clone Wars with Aljon Go, Sorcerer Radio DJ

Aljon Go is our in-house Jedi and  Star Wars aficionado. Between battling the Sith and visits to  Disney World, he is also the co-host of the ‘WDW Tiki Room‘ radio show and station manager for Sorcerer Radio, the official Disney station of Chip & Company! E-mail: aljon@chipandco (dot) com. Follow Aljon on Twitter@JediMouseketeer!

Aljon

Aljon is air-talent and producer of several shows on the award-winning Sorcerer Radio Network including the "WDW Tiki Room" and "WDW After Dark." He also geeks out about Disney, Marvel, Star Wars and pop-culture.
What’s Your Jedi Name? was last modified: July 21st, 2013 by Aljon

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  • Uncle Servo

    Eri-Al Kelbir? Sounds more like a weatherman for Al-Jazeera to me… :)