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2012. július 24., kedd

Starkiller's Kota








The lightsaber of Rahm Kota, and Marek’s second weapon.
After his "resurrection" on board the Empirical, Marek was given the weapon of Rahm Kota,[3] which he had originally retrieved for Vader during his duel with the Jedi Master.[1] Marek quickly adjusted to the green-bladed weapon, utilizing it during his escape from the Empirical. The weapon saw use on Cloud City and Kashyyyk against the likes of the Imperial Shadow guard and Captain Ozzik Sturn.[1]
The newly modified weapon made Marek feel as though it was truly his lightsaber from that moment on. With the new aqua-colored crystal, the blade seemed lighter and moved more readily in Marek’s hands. He also noted the weapon's superior optical properties.[3]However, while Marek wielded the weapon successfully in combat, he never truly felt that it was his own, and was unsuccessful at utilizing it in his meditations.[3] To rectify this, he replaced the green lightsaber crystal utilized by Kota with a blue crystal he found on Kashyyyk in the ruins of his family’s hut, the crystal from his father’s lightsaber.[3] After an hour of fine tuning to fit in the new crystal, the weapon was finished.[3]




CUSTOM HANDMADE LED LIGHTSABER PROP L.E. 1/12

Saberhilt: RO-T601/ Aluminum hilt
Condition: Acid-Aged Weathered
Scale: 1:1 fullscale
Soundmodul:Petit Crouton Sound Module 
Loudspeaker: SONY 2W  (no sound hole)
Courrent Soupply:  Li-ion 7.4V(2 x 3.7V) 1500 mAh 
Blade: Led "Corbin style" Show blade 3/4"OD 32 inches
Led Emitter: LZ4 10W RGBW 
Number of Die:4

Collimator Lens 8.7 deg viewing angle
Extras: 
Precision Vibro moto, 
Recharge port 2.1mm,
Kill switch
Display box & Numbered Plaque by: Ro-Art
Limited Edition: 1/12





















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2 megjegyzés:

  1. You have a way of putting a lot of character into these hilts. Not that it's my place to critique your work, but I just wanted to say the "weathering" looks great. Nice job on the wrap. And I like how you changed the pommel from the more conical one. I could say more, but to put it simply, awesome job! Every time I look at your sabers, I can imagine some jedi sitting down at their work bench before graduating from the academy or after just losing their old lightsaber in a skirmish and thinking to themselves, "Okay how should I build MY lightsaber." Yours are by far my preferred sabers from any I've seen anywhere, ever. End of line.

    VálaszTörlés
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