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Hello and welcome to The (kind of) Official STAR WARS FANCLUB! In this studio you can talk about Star Wars! If you say something that includes a spoiler, say before the comment "#Spoiler"
Question: What color and type would your lightsaber be?
PS: The colors and their meanings are in the special features.
SPECIAL FEATURES ARE BELOW:
LIST OF THE MOVIES:
Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope May 25, 1977
Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back
Star Wars Episode VI: Return of the Jedi
Star wars Episode VII: The force awakens
Original Star Wars trilogy:
Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace
Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones
Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith
Star Wars: The Clone Wars
LIGHTSABER COLORS AND MEANINGS:
Blue = To protect
Green = Peace
Yellow = To keep the Sith away and to patrol the galaxy
Red = unknown
Orange = Used for negotiation
Gold = Very high skilled
Bronze = Rare and used for strong jedi
Silver = Calm
White = light source
Black or Darksaber = Stronger than the sith lightsaber
Purple = Used by people who were siths for a short time then became jedi
NOTE: What would your lightsaber color be? Tell us in the comments!
"The crystal is not, by itself, the power source of the weapon. Like the Force user, the crystal is attuned to the Force. Without that attunement, the crystal is just a rock. And while a non-Force user could probably ignite and wield a lightsaber, provided the crystal was properly attuned to the Force, all that lightsaber would be for him is a shaft of superheated plasma. But for a Jedi, the lightsaber becomes more: it is a manifestation of a Jedi's connection to the Force."
THE FORCE AWAKENS FACTS:
The most challenging costume to design was Kylo Ren’s. J.J. Abrams and designer Michael Kaplan went through hundreds, perhaps even thousands of designs before landing on the final version seen in the film.
Captain Phasma’s was one of the easiest because it came about as one of the costume’s pitched for Kylo Ren.
The asteroid sequence in The Empire Strikes Back is legendary for its special effects stories. According to numerous SFX crew members, one of the asteroids in the sequence is actually a shoe, while another is a potato.
The shoe was reportedly chucked in because one of the SFX animators became so annoyed by Lucas requesting adjustments to the sequence.
Sound editor Ben Burtt’s genius knows no bounds. He turned to numerous unusual sources to create the many (MANY) sound effects that he needed for Star Wars. Chewbacca’s growls were a mix-tape of various large mammals (mostly bears), while R2-D2’s signature whistles are actually baby sounds manipulated to sound electronic.
Meanwhile, the lightsaber sound effect was achieved by combining the sound of a movie projector with the feedback made by holding a stripped cable by a TV set.
BASIC SUMMARY OF STAR WARS:
ABOUT THE CHARACTERS
Official Opening: Christmas Eve, December 24, Thursday, 2015
WARNING! SPOILERS BELOW FOR 3RD MOVIE!
You might be wondering why the thumbnail says "No. I am you father" not "Luke. I am your father." Well, UPDATE: It is a known fact that Darth Vader actually said"No. I am you father" to Luke, not "Luke. I am your father."