What Does Your Lightsaber Color Say About You?
You’ve learned the ways of the Force and it’s time to put your midichlorians to use and enter the fray … but what color is your lightsaber?
Matt Harvey · 7 days ago
Padawan, the force is strong with you — the battle between the light side and the dark side of the force is upon us, and it’s time to choose the hue of your Jedi weapon. The weapon of a true Jedi is the lightsaber. A lightsaber is a powerful weapon consisting of a combination of rare crystals, machine parts, and force energy. The color of a Jedi’s blade says much about its wielder, and it reflects office, approach, and style — choose wisely.
Do you choose ...
You’ve chosen your blade; now what does it tell your enemies about you?
This is the blade signifying a Jedi Guardian — a skilled warrior who fights for the light side of the force. The wielder of a blue bladed lightsaber is one who fights for justice and protects the weak.
A green bladed lightsaber indicates that of a Jedi Consular — a Jedi of high office who prefers peace to combat but is willing to use their considerable fighting skills and mastery of the force to achieve the peace if necessary.
A red bladed lightsaber is fueled by synthetic crystals and holds innate offensive strength. Powered by the dark side of the force, a red bladed lightsaber indicates that the wielder is a Sith or a dark Jedi.
A lightsaber with a yellow blade indicates the wielder is a Jedi Sentinel — a Jedi who is balanced by both scholarly pursuits and technical combat skills.
The purple blade is rare and signifies the wielder as one of moral ambiguity — the Jedi who use a purple blade often channel energy from both the light side and dark side of the force and display an aggressive style of combat.
An orange bladed lightsaber is a symbol of unparalleled strength. The wielder of an orange bladed lightsaber is a powerful Jedi.
The white bladed lightsaber is the weapon of an Imperial Knight. The white blade indicates the wielder’s dedication to the higher purpose and commitment to serving a greater cause.
The black bladed lightsaber — or “darksaber” — is an indication of all-absorbing self obsession.