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A lightsaber is a fictional weapon in the Star Wars universe. It consists of a polished metal hilt
which projects a blade of plasma about one meter long. The lightsaber is the signature weapon of
the Jedi order and their Sith counterparts, both of whom can use them for offense, or to deflect
blaster bolts. Its distinct appearance was created using rotoscoping for the original Star Wars
films, and digitally for the prequel trilogy. The lightsaber first appeared in the original Star Wars
film (1977) and every Star Wars movie to date (except The Star Wars Holiday Special) features
at least one lightsaber duel. In 2008, a survey of approximately 2,000 film fans found it to be the
most popular film weapon in history.
The lightsaber's blade cuts through most substances without resistance. It leaves cauterized
wounds in flesh, but can be deflected by another lightsaber's blade, or by energy shields. Some
exotic saber-proof materials have been introduced in the Expanded Universe. An active
lightsaber gives off a distinctive hum, which rises in pitch and volume as the blade is moved
rapidly through the air. Bringing the blade into contact with an object or another lightsaber's
blade produces a loud crackle.
This papercraft is a reproduction of a custom saber built by pneumoniaprone and currently
owned by Darkantz MK-II. Please enjoy this free papercraft
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Use A parts for support inside grip
use B parts for supports inside activation button tube
Layer as needed by gluing to additional cardstock until desired thickness for support
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