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The Inquisitor Lightsaber from Star Wars: Rebels I'm not sure if you'll count this as hinged, but it can certainly move the angle of the blade. In fact, it's a hand-held General Grievous, being capable of spinning in circles. The hilt stays in position while the blade itself spins around the edge of the circle, which suggests the emitter is not directly ...


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There is the lightwhip... whose name says it all ha. It was introduced as Canon in September 2019 (Gadgets and Gear). Image is taken from a Legends comic. Their internal workings permit the plasma blades' containment field to be pliable, thus allowing for dozens of small emitters to create thin and flexible blades that could reach several meters in ...


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It is "golden yellow" according to Industrial Light & Magic's (ILM) visual effects supervisor, Patrick Tubach and the rest of the team there. Is there a specific name to Rey's lightsaber color? We're going with 'yellow optimism.' "That specific color yellow, if you go too pale — this is getting really in the weeds here — if you go too pale and ...


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The most obvious example I can think of is in Revenge of the Sith when Anakin kills Count Dooku using his own lightsaber and Dooku's to chop his head off as mentioned in Shreedhar's answer. However, if you want an example of a Jedi killing themselves with their own lightsaber, and so not someone else killing them with it, ...


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The answer is, unsurprisingly, Yes! A lightsaber is simply a weapon thus it can be used to kill even its owner. The one instance that I remember happening on-screen is the murder of Count Dooku by Anakin. In Revenge of the Sith, Anakin overpowers Dooku severing his hands and when Palpatine then tells Anakin to execute Dooku on the spot, he does so without ...


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Ochi isn't a Force user, nor does he wield a lightsaber (of any colour). A known associate of Imperial advisor Yupe Tashu and the self-styled Acolytes of the Beyond, Ochi was obsessed with ancient Sith arcana. Enabled by Tashu, he pored over forbidden Sith texts and staunchly believed that the extinct order was destined to return to glory. Though Ochi ...


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From Starwars.com: Mandalorian armor is known as beskar’gam (iron skin) in the Mandalorian language, and is worn exclusively by warriors. It is worn by both men and women, and while it gives excellent protection, it also creates a common appearance regardless of species or gender. The highest quality sets are made by lightsaber-resistant beskar (...


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According to Wookieepedia: While the most common crystals used in the process were from the Adega system, Ilum, and Dantooine (in the so-called Crystal Cave), Jedi and Sith used a variety of crystals to produce various colors, effects and unique abilities. Some crystals could even enhance the Force skills of a particular user. And also it seems that some ...


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In The Rise of Skywalker,


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