Star Wars Bladebuilders Jedi Master Lightsaber
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- Movie-like appearance
- Create adventures and scenes from the Star Wars Universe
- Simulates classic lights and sounds
- Highly customizable set with accessories
- Includes Lightsaber, 2 Lightdaggers, 2 elbow connectors, cross connector, dual connector, expansion hilt and instructions.
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Have to admit that I had to do some brushing up on my Star Wars vernacular prior to giving this, though - hard to believe it'd been almost 40 years since I saw that original Star Wars movie! For any other grandparents out there who also need a refresher course, the lightsaber laser sword was a weapon used by the Jedi Order, a peacekeeping organization who believed in the "The Force" - a metaphysical, spiritual, binding energy power field created by all living things - as well as the Sith Order, which used the "dark side" of the Force. Jedi Master was the highest rank in the Jedi Order, bestowed on those who'd shown the utmost devotion/skill, along with a balance in the Force and combat. (Remember Obi-Wan Kenobi and his own instructor, Yoda?) Lightsabers had plasma blades which were powered by rare crystals (Kyber crystals) that were in tune with the Force and grew naturally on various planets throughout the galaxy, and could cut through practically anything. My understanding is that a blue light indicated a Jedi Guardian who used the Force on a more physical level, while a green light denoted a Jedi Consular who was more spiritual in nature.
Our grandson was trilled to be a Jedi Master - even moreso once he'd watched those original movies! This set includes an extendable blue light saber (with cool sound effects!), two green light daggers, and an expansion hilt, along with two elbow connectors, a dual connector and cross connector which can be used in any number of combinations. This set (with its $49.99 MSRP) is the most expensive, and is compatible with others in the "Bladebuilders" series... there's s Spin Action Lightsaber ($39.99), Blast-Tech Lightsaber ($29.99), A New Hope Darth Vader Electronic Lightsaber ($19.99), three Nerf Lightsabers (Darth Vader, Luke Skywalker, Yoda - $14.99/ea), as well as A New Hope Darth Vader Extendable Lightsaber ($9.99). Think we'll begin with this one and maybe add to it in the future. One thing I DO want to mention... the description says 6 AAA batteries required, and that they're included. Not so... the Lightsaber requires 3 AAA (and DEMO batteries ARE included), but EACH of the light daggers also require 3 AAA and they are NOT included. I'm big on not delaying the excitement the boys have by always making sure their electronic toys actually work as soon as they're opened, so I went ahead and added the light dagger batteries ahead of time (no easy feat... they're secured in the packaging pretty tightly.) But you might want to make sure you have some AAA's either already in there or readily available... we bought a huge pack of them to send home with my son and daughter-in-law, because something told me those demo batteries in the Lightsaber would be running down QUICKLY in the hands of our grandson!