Can somebody explain why lightsabers have different colors? Mace Windu was purple (close to red, a Sith color) so does that mean he was borderline?<br><br>-------<br>Aren't you a little old for post-modern nostalgic irony?
According to some sources the colour indicates the jedi type/skill of the wielder:<br><br>Red - Sith, no differentiation for skill set.<br>Blue - Jedi, specialist lightsaber, in a lightsaber duel these guys are the best, but their specialisation in saber leads to less ability in other force disciplines.<br>Green - Jedi, specialist in force powers, more attuned to the force how it works and how it influences others. They tend not to be quite so hot with a saber, due to their more sendentary studies of the force.<br>Yellow - Jedi, balanced, devotes equal time to lightsaber studies as they do to force powers.<br><br>and we already covered purple. So ends the geekness lesson of the day.<br><br>Truth is a 3 edged sword.
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