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  • Manufacturer: [member="Antherion"] , Krest
  • Model: N/A
  • Affiliation: Krest
  • Modularity: No
  • Production: Unique
  • Material: Lightsaber Components, Alchemised Durasteel
  • Classification: Longsword
  • Size: Two Handed
  • Length: 1531 mm.
  • Weight: 4.2 kg.
  • Lightsaber resistant.
  • Deflects blasters.
  • Absorbs lightning.
  • Very sharp steel edge.
  • Lightsaber edge.

As a Sith Sword the blade has an edge that does not need to be sharpened, the usual absorption of Sith Lightning and the ability to release it on contact, the ability to reflect blaster fire, and is virtually indestructible. Of course, the blade can be destroyed by Force Light, and there are other ways to prevent it's use such as tossing it into a star or other places no one can survive.

The only real difference between this blade and that of other high class Sith Swords is the inclusion of a lightsaber emitter in the hilt. When active, it produces a flat beam of plasma that is sandwiched between the two halves of the blade and creating the lightsaber edge. Asides from being flat, it's a normal lightsaber.

  • Sith Sword: Has the normal abilities of a Sith Sword.
  • Lightsaber Edge: There is a lightsaber sandwiched between two separate alchemized blades to give the weapon the super sharp edge.
  • Indestructible: The blade cannot be destroyed outside of extreme situations.
Weaknesses :
  • Lightside: Enough lightside focused into the weapon will ruin the alchemic bond and the sword will break.
  • Weight: Like all Sith Swords it's heavy.
  • Lightsaber: Cortosis can shut down the lightsaber.
  • Presence: The blade makes those sensitive to the Force feel a sensation of cold, giving away the wielders location.
  • Doors: With how the plasma is sandwiched between the blades it's difficult to cut open a door.

Krest in his long life had always preferred a solid blade to the energy blade of a lightsaber for their weight in his hand, but he knew that the lightsaber was the superior weapon in terms of cutting ability. So he decided to combine the weight of a real blade with the edge of the plasma blade. Of course, the only metal that could withstand the intense heat without warping or melting was the same metal used to create Sith Swords.

So he forged the weapon himself, crafting the twin blades that would sandwich the flat bladed lightsaber emitter he had made the hilt into. After finishing that he set out to find an alchemist who could finish the blade, and met with Antherion to do so.

With his fellow Sith Krest was able to finish the weapon and plans to use it to kill all the enemies of the Sith Ascendancy.


Alric Kuhn

Handsome K'lor'slug

This doesn't really seem all that out of the ordinary, it's just a Sith Sword. My only real question is how the lightsaber edge is supposed to not effect the blade, but I suppose Sith Alchemy throws that question out of the window.

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[member="Jamie Pyne"], @Razil, [member="Cira"]

Since you are essentially placing a plasma between steel, there are some cons to utilizing this sort of format. That being that it makes it rather difficult to try and cut through a door with this type of weapon. Lumiya had a similar format with her lightwhip, using beskar whipcoils along with plasma, however, it is stated that it had particular cons to it as well.

If you can add in the weakness that this has a major difficulty cutting through doors than it would with a regular lightsaber i can stamp this through.
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