Yes. Many of the Sith of the Old Republic era had purple blades and even orange ones on rare occasions. Exar Kun had a blue bladed weapon, Ulic Qel-Droma had a green one, and their Sith followers had only blue and green lighsabers.
So we know that the jedi use various colors for their lightsabers, most common ones being blue and green, purple being used exclusively by Mace Windu (unless someone else also used a purple lightsaber in a comics), yellow for the temple guards etc...
Darth Revan is a unique figure even there, however, simply because he is the only Sith Lord known to have used a purple lightsaber.
The synthetic crystals, favored by users of the dark side for their offensive properties, were filled with the negative energies of their creators, which gave the crystals their red color; the majority of the Sith and Dark Jedi wielded crimson-bladed lightsabers, though colors similar in hue to red, such as orange and ...
As a result, those who wielded a purple lightsaber had a strong connection to both the Light and Dark sides of the Force. Purple color is a combination of good and evil, the majority of Star wars characters were too loyal to one side or the other to wield a weapon of this genius and stealth.
Rey's lightsaber was a yellow-bladed lightsaber that was constructed as a personal weapon by the Jedi Rey Skywalker following the First Order-Resistance War.
The Forbidden Forms were forms of lightsaber combat used by the Sith during the Sith Wars. According to the testimonies of the Jedi Cervil the Uncanny, lightwhips—a lightsaber variant with a flexible blade—were used to defend against Sith Lords who utilized the forms.
A blue-bladed lightsaber belonged to the Sith Master Darth Sidious after his resurrection on Byss.
Description. Bleeding was accomplished by pouring rage, hate, fear and pain into a kyber crystal by means of the dark side of the Force, until the crystal changed, resulting in the crimson-bladed lightsabers associated almost exclusively with dark side adepts.
Purple is a blend of red and blue. In Star Wars, traditionally blue lightsabers were used by the Jedi, the heroes of the galaxy and red lightsabers were used by the Sith, the villains. The shading purple speaks to moral uncertainty, reconstruction, and recovery.
Originally the weapon had a blue blade, but after his destruction of the Jedi Temple and fall to the dark side in 28 ABY, Ren modified it into one with a red blade.
Star Wars: University study deduces that purple lightsabers are the strongest, red are the weakest. A recent university study determines the power levels of different lightsaber colors. Samuel L.
When Darth Bane was first depicted in the short story "Bane of the Sith" and the comic series Jedi vs. Sith, he was depicted wielding a Purple-blade lightsaber with a standard hilt.
Sith masks were used during the days of the Jedi Civil War by some Sith to block outside influences and allow the user to focus without distraction. Many sith masks appeared to lack eye openings or otherwise restricted the vision, presumably requiring the wearer to perceive his or her surroundings through the Force.
Darth Vader 'Bleeds' The Kyber Crystal Red
By pouring their pain, anger, and Dark Side intent into the crystal until it can resist no more, and "bleeds." The new origin of a Sith's red lightsaber and crystal was first offered in the Star Wars novel Ahsoka, but the Darth Vader comics actually show it in action.
The mask is the most intricate part of the helmet. This is where Vader's respiratory system lives, helping him intake and vent air to his sensitive lungs. The lenses aid Vader's weakened vision, calibrating colors to accommodate his damaged eyesight and enhancing his field of view.
Red Sith Lightning was a variant of Force Lightning most notably used by Darth Anihlus which was crimson red in appearance due to it being pure dark side energy rather than electricity.
Star Wars: The Visual Encyclopedia says that as "windows to the soul, eyes reflect the emotions harnessed by the Sith. When rage and anger seethe inside a dark side user, their eyes may burn yellow with a fiery-red rim." What that means is a Sith's emotions will be shown through their eyes.
Generally speaking, red lightsabers are typically used by Sith or Dark Side users, while blue lightsabers are often wielded by Jedi or Light Side users. However, certain Jedi and Sith have used other colors, such as yellow and purple.
It's possible that Rey adopted the yellow-bladed lightsaber (or perhaps the kyber crystal conjured a yellow blade based on the changes within its wielder) in honor of those emotionally detached sentinels tasked with guarding the Jedi Order.
"Saber Skins, Star Wars condoms are FDA approved, ultra thin, ultra safe and guaranteed to keep you from crossing over to the Dark Side," the description for the Saber Skin variety on Graphic Armor's website says.
Leia Organa's lightsaber was a blue-bladed lightsaber powered by a kyber crystal in the core of the hilt. It was silver and copper in color and featured mother-of-pearl inlays. Organa's weapon was considered a work of art, having an elegant symmetry with silver and gold hues that evoke to her upbringing on Alderaan.
While there are many one-of-a-kind lightsabers in the Star Wars universe, there is only one with the history and legend of the Darksaber, which was created by the first Mandalorian Jedi named Tarre Vizsla.
Affiliation(s) For other uses, see Finn (disambiguation). Finn, formerly designated FN-2187 ("Eight-Seven"), was a Force-sensitive human male stormtrooper who served the First Order until his desertion and subsequent defection to the Resistance during the First Order-Resistance War.