What's the best way to blow up the Millennium Falcon?

If the Millennium Falcon was to be destroyed in the new Stars Wars movie, how should she go?

This evocative fan art of a crashed or derelict Millennium Falcon being used as a starting point for Episode VII is pretty cool.

It’s suggesting that yes, the original trilogy has been and gone, it’s time for something new.

Which got me wondering, if the Millennium Falcon was to make a grand exit from the Star Wars franchise how could she go? 

7 ways Episode VII could destroy the Millennium Falcon

1.  Han’s drunk and showing off so attempts to to again do the the Kessel Run in less than twelve par-secs. Hits an asteroid during the first par-sec.

2. Someone finds the droids they were looking for on her. They blow it up, trying to get R2D2 out of a smuggler’s hidey hole.

3. Greedo’s long lost son hunts down Han and plants a bomb on her in an attempt to kill Han. Han survives due to be way too hungover to do any work that day and stayed in bed.

4. Out of his mind on Ewok whiskey, Chewbacca crashes her on a midnight booty call trip to Kashyyyk.

5. Luke uses it to try and kill some womprats back home and comes face to face with the ultimate womprat.

6. Han doesn’t pay his parking fines and the city of Mos Eisley takes the ship as punishment. Han stubbornly does not pay his fines and the Falcon is crushed and sold as scrap metal.

7. Princess Leia, late for a girl’s night out, enters incorrect co-ordinates and drives the Falcon into the hanger exit.

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