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In the (canon) comic Rise of Kylo Ren #4 we see Ben "bleeding" the crystal from his original lightsaber, presumably at the urging of his master, Snoke. When he does so, it causes the crystal to crack. He installs it in his lightsaber and, when it overloads, he add crude vents on either side of the blade emitted to remove the excess energy and ...


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In-universe answer: The Sith bleed their lightsabers by applying the dark side to them, which makes them red (Old canon suggested that red crystals are found in the caves known to the Sith only). In this process, the crystal resists. It is possible, that Kylo Ren cracked it by accident, because he was not patient and exerted too much dark side Force on the ...


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In the film's official novelisation Palpatine and Anakin agree not to tell the truth about what happened. “And we won’t. Just as we need never speak of what has happened here today.” It was as though the shadow itself spoke kindly. “I have always kept your secrets, have I not?” When asked what happened by Mace and the Jedi Council, Anakin demurs to the ...


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According to the canon Star Wars: Absolutely Everything You Need to Know factbook, Mandalorians have excellent vision as a result of their helmets having a "tactical display", presumably one similar to that used by Imperial Stormtroopers. In several episodes of the Mandalorian TV show , we see through Mando's eyes. His helmet apparently includes ...


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Short Answer: 19BBY In canon, Palpatine first formerly introduced him to the senior Imperial Military hierarchy in Darth Vader (2017) Issue #12, which took place sometime within the first year (maybe even just a few months) of the Empire. As one might expect, strangulations ensued. Palpatine: It is time to eliminate any confusion. This is Lord Vader. He ...


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Wookieepedia’s page on Mace Windu states, He was the greatest champion of the Jedi Order and promoted its ancient traditions amidst the growing influence of the dark side of the Force in the corrupt, declining days of the Republic. It shows how powerful he was and explains why he could have defeated the Emperor if it wasn't for Anakin, also showing how he ...


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In the (canon) comic Rise of Kylo Ren #4 we see Ben "bleeding" the crystal from his original lightsaber. This process causes it to crack. He then installs this broken crystal back into the original hilt and adds crude vents on either side of the blade emitted to remove the excess energy and create quillons. As such, Ben Solo's original lightsaber (...


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