There are some things you're guaranteed to get in a Star Wars movie. Stormtroopers, Jedi talk, political allegory, and hands that have been removed from their bodies thanks to lightsabers. One Star Wars fan took it upon themselves to make an official count of all the hands that have been sliced off for an official tally, and naturally there's a reference to the Neimoidian's of The Trade Federation. These totals come strictly from the feature films in the Star Wars universe, but according to the official records both Anakin Skywalker and Obi-Wan Kenobi have the most severed hands to their name with four each arugably Obi-Wan has five but General Grievous' two arms are counted as one. See the full results for yourself below. The phenomena of Star Wars cutting off hands isn't just an in-joke for the followers of that franchise in a galaxy far, far away but has permeated itself into pop culture at large.
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