It is indeed a tough one.
If you look at the list of female characters in the Star Trek universe, there are plenty of women, but none of them are in the top 10.
For some reason, this is not the case with the space opera universe.
The list is a bit more varied, with some of the top women being on top of the list for a few different reasons.
But for the most part, women are nowhere near the list’s top ten.
This is why we have decided to compile a list of the female stars of the Star Wars universe.
To be honest, it is a very subjective list.
It is very difficult to pick a list based on the fact that, for many people, the list includes female characters who were either never in the series, were not in the films or were killed off in the movies.
We tried to pick the best characters from the universe and the characters who we think are worthy of being in the universe.
There are also several female Star Wars characters in some films who were killed in the original trilogy.
For example, in the first Star Wars movie, Anakin Skywalker was killed off by Mace Windu and Darth Maul was killed by C-3PO.
Even in the sequels, women were often portrayed in a way that was not in keeping with their roles in the novels.
So, if you want to see female characters of the original Star Wars, then this list is for you.
And if you are looking for some female space opera characters that are not in Star Wars canon, then we suggest you look elsewhere.
List of female Star Trek characters: The first three names on this list were all characters who did not appear in the film Star Wars.
These were Padmé Amidala, Rose Tico and Lwaxana Troi.
These characters were not the only female characters on this series.
There were also a lot of female space pilots and pilots in space opera films, but their inclusion on this ranking is not as big of a deal.
This list is not a definitive list of Star Wars female characters and many characters have been mentioned but not mentioned.
There is also a number of female heroes and villains that have not appeared in the media.
We are sure you can guess the ones we are talking about.
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