As followers of the characters and situations of the Dark Side of the Force, I thought it would be interesting to review the "Star Wars-Episode III: Revenge of the Sith" novel by just examing Anakin's final fall and Darth Vader's rise to power.
Yesterday when my wife and I were doing our grocery shopping at our local Wal-Mart, she pointed out a box of Kellogg's Corn Flakes with Anakin Skywalker/Darth Vader on it.
It was really cool to find, but we couldn't afford it. Anyway on the side of the box, there was an offer for a "SW-E3:ROTS" poster. Kelloggs also has some other cool E3 things. Check it out at http://www.kelloggs.com/promotions/starwars/. I want to get the posters myself.
does anyone think that the red lightsaber is kinda overused. does anybody else thing there could be other colors to help represent their evil. i think maybe something like silver or some mix between red and purple. also another question... if you had a double bladed lightsaber would you have the same color for both ends or would you have two different ones to confuse your enemies?
Hey there. I'm new to this group. I have a question about the lightsabers. It is my understanding that the energy beam is created by a certain crystal within the saber. The crystal creates the beam of light in a random color (either blue or green). Mace Windu's lightsaber is purple but that's because it is an electron lightsaber rather than a crystal one. So what makes the Sith lightsabers red? I mean, if it was one of the random colors along with blue and green, then there should be red lightsabers among the Jedi as well as blue and green lightsabers among the Sith. So what's up with it? I have a theory. Something about the dark side of the Force affects the crystals in such a way that the color of the light shaft becomes red. But that's just MY theory. And I don't even know if there is an official take on the topic. I'd love to know though cause it has always bothered me.