:lol: I did too, originally. I saw it say 2 double bladed, and I was thinking..."What the hell??":rofl:
its a mod ya know :D
and one of my dudes have two long and both make the damage 15-50 :D (i dont use my own crystal)
Definitely the traditional, old-fashioned shining bat!! I mean, both KOTOR and TSL are ridiculously easy to play in Hard difficulty if you game it right, unless you use those mods that make you die every time you breath. You wield a double-bladed or any two-handed combination and the dark forces in turn fall instantly. Besides, only girly girls use those... a true Jedi is able to beat double-bladed freaks with the hocus pocus of a single shimmering tube. The only time I've accepted a two-handed combo was when Grand Master Skywalker used his and Anakin Solo's weapons to defeat Supreme Overlord Shimrra. MAAAAAN, WHAT A BAAATTLE!!... Of course, Corran Horn's duel on Ithor is like Achiles versus Hector... probably the single best duel in Star Wars... I mean... The finale was completely unexpected... even for me, who knew Darth Vader was Luke and Leia's naughty daddy since the opening credits of A New Hope. :rofl:=p
One single hander. Simply because that's my own personal preferance. It "feels" more versatile than either double blade or dual wield (which really don't have anything against them other than how many crystals can be used altogether. (Off Topic) My mate and I made our own "Lightsabers" on the cheap, purely so we could both choreograph fights and generally have a sword fight. I found a longer "katana like" hilt (in this case, almost one foot in length) is better for using one and/or two hands, simply due to the leverage and range of motion available, and it provides a more stable balance to the overall "sword". That's what bugged me about Lightsabers in Star Wars. For the most part, the hilts seem more designed for single hand usage than both hands. Even a hilt length similar to a Bastard Sword would be better imo.