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Star Wars’ Rarest Lightsaber Color

The Darksaber has appeared in several places in “Star Wars” canon so far. Pre Vizsla (Jon Favreau) uses it throughout “Star Wars: The Clone Wars,” as does Maul (Sam Witwer). Sabine Wren (Tiya Sircar) finds it on “Star Wars Rebels,” handing it off to Bo-Katan Kryze. Down the line, she loses it to Moff Gideon (Giancarlo Esposito), who later loses it to Din Djarin before it again returns to Bo-Katan on “The Mandalorian.” Even though numerous franchise greats have held it, it has become a mythical artifact within Mandalorian culture, and it looks unique, not all “Star Wars” fans dig the saga’s only black-bladed lightsaber.

In 2019, Redditor u/Thebatman1104 created a thread asking the “Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order” community about their interest in a black lightsaber blade customization option for the game. They noted that “Star Wars: The Force Unleashed” included such an option for Starkiller (Witwer), prompting multiple “Star Wars” fans to express their dislike of black lightsaber blades and the Darksaber. “It’s one of those ideas you have as a kid, ‘Well I have a black lightsaber!’ that’s just lame when it’s actually a thing. I’m looking at you Darksaber,” commented u/TheGreatBatsby. Meanwhile, a now-deleted comment and others referred to black lightsaber blades as “edgy,” with u/Scharmberg adding that they’re not a fan because it “doesn’t feel like a light saber.” Another fan on another thread bluntly said, “To me, it felt like fanfiction.”

Evidently, the Darksaber isn’t for everyone. In any case, it stands to reason it won’t disappear from the “Star Wars” spotlight anytime soon, it’s fair to assume more black-bladed lightsabers won’t emerge in the coming years — thanks to the Darksaber’s extreme rarity.

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