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How rare is a orange lightsaber?

How rare is a orange lightsaber?

Orange lightsabers are rare in the universe, as very few Jedi Masters even exist. If an orange lightsaber is used by a Sith Lord or apprentice, it represents great power and leadership abilities.

Did any Jedi have an orange lightsaber?

In the Star Wars Legends, the only known characters who have used Orange Lightsabers are Master Yaddle and Plo Koon. Both are Jedi but only the former used an Orange saber typically. To be fair, Plo Koon mainly uses a blue saber.

Is there an orange Kyber crystal?

If you program the kyber crystal as cyan, the blade will illuminate blue. Also, neither of the two colors unlocks any dialogue in the Jedi Holocron or Sith Holocron. Finally, since the two colors were never released, no genuine, physical orange kyber crystals or cyan kyber crystals were released.

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Is Orange lightsaber canon?

Orange lightsabers have been canon since Claudia Gray’s book Master and Apprentice (which is authorised by Disney as canon): “The rest happened in what most humans would have seen only as a blur, which only Qui-Gon’s focus through the Force allowed him to witness clearly: Deren raised the blaster.

Is orange the rarest lightsaber in the Star Wars universe?

Orange isn’t the rarest lightsaber. I think that purple is. Other people have given good answers as to why orange is rarely seen, but I’ll paste an answer I previously wrote for the following question: Aside from the standard red, green, blue and purple lightsabers, what other lightsaber colors are possible in the Star Wars Expanded Universe?

Why do the lightsabers glow orange?

The orange glow of the lightsabers in Star Wars seems to jump out at us in an energetic way. This, I believe, is due to the fact that orange is one of the colors most commonly associated with celebrations and joy.

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What do the different lightsaber colors mean in Star Wars?

The most common (and known) lightsaber colors in Star Wars are blue, red, and green, which help distinguish both sides of the force, but the Star Wars universe has a variety of colors for these weapons – eight, to be precise, including the orange lightsaber, recently made canon thanks to Jedi: Fallen Order.

What do the lightsabers mean in the Expanded Universe?

In the Expanded Universe, orange blades have sometimes been used by the Sith/dark Jedi, but in new canon there’s no indication what (if anything) it means – at least, hopefully, until Jedi: Fallen Order comes out. White lightsabers were used by Ahsoka Tano, and are proof of her mastery of the Force.