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NiteStryker

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#1 17 years ago

Duel lightsabers that can connect at the bottem of the hilt to make a saberstaff, then be broken down in2 duel sabers!!!!!

Or better yet, duel saberstaffs that can connect in an X , and you spin it around alot, near-invincibilty!!!

:rock: :saber:




Miko Reglia

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#2 17 years ago

yeah but connecting two saberstaffs together would be hard as hell to wield for any jedi...




Keirgo

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#3 17 years ago

Just use two saber staffs as you would dual sabers, one saber staff in each hand, that would be cool. :D




Bananas

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#4 17 years ago

ive wielded two saber staffs before, they kick ass, but if you think about it it just wouldnt be possible to wield two saberstaffs without it looking seriously messed up.




Chicken-Jiblets

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#5 17 years ago
Duel lightsabers that can connect at the bottem of the hilt to make a saberstaff, then be broken down in2 duel sabers!!!!!

Wasnt there a cheat for that in the e3 vid of jedi academy hopefully they have left that it cause its cool. Yeh and it would look pretty messed up wielding two saberstaffs, you would probably do more damage to yourself than to your enemies. :eek:




Jedi Master Yoda

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#6 17 years ago

yeah i think ill stick with just one saber staff that you can turn one end off and have the original saber




editor obi-wan

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#7 17 years ago

yea, there was a topic on somethign similar, no-one wanted two saber staffs after the pro's and con's was discussed.