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Star Wars (Classic): Star Wars: Lightsabers

by Pablo Hidalgo (author)

Suitable for 8 - 12 years

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Weapons of the Force. Friends of the Jedi. Relics of a more civilized time. From their history and construction to the ultimate lightsaber duels, get the whole story on a Jedi icon. Made from dazzling crystal, these bold, bright weapons are feared and admired right across the galaxy. They represent thousands of years of Jedi knowledge, and are one of the purest forms of connection with the Force. This exciting guide gives you the stats and stories behind 25 of the most notable lightsabers ever – as well as 10 of the most famous duels in Jedi history! Find out how lightsabers are constructed from the inside out, and see the details and duels in fantastic fold-out pages that bring the action close-up!

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Star Wars (Classic)





Date published

October 4th, 2012

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