Lightsaber Crystals

Discussion in 'Star Wars' started by SunBane, Apr 21, 2006.

  1. SunBane

    SunBane New Member

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    I always thought lightsaber crystals were really awesome when I first found out about them, but I hardly know anything about them =/ Anyone an "expert" on the subject? Also, wouldn't it be cool if a jedi/sith strapped a lightsaber crystal to each hand and used his/her force powers to harness and control the energy of the crystal? Could a jedi/sith even do this, though?
     
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    Roland Go Horse's Go

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    Kakashi The Fighters Guide House Member

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    maybe darth plagius could, Palpatine never told of all his accomplishments.
     
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    lol, why didn't I look in the star wars website in the first place :rolleyes:

    Anyways, yeah, I bet a force user could attach the force crystlas to their palms and then use the ideas of the early lightsabers, which "were instead connected by a conducting cable to a belt-worn power pack", to create blades much like the ones Xemnas uses in the KH series (don't look at pics if ur a KH fan and u haven';t finished KH2 yet :p) http://www.fantasykat.com/ch/Images/x/Xemnas5.jpg http://www.fantasykat.com/ch/Images/x/xemnas8.jpg

    I bet the blades could be activated like the trigger on a palm pistol. http://julia.hanovercomputer.com/firearms/oct04/catalog/images\52957.jpg