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  • I is starwars!!!!!

    Just look at it. It is like a sword in real life and it is a lazer!!!! OF COURSE IT IS AFFECTIVE!!! If you saw the movie the force awacons... You would say yes right away because kylo ren... KILLS HON SOLO!!! Sorry, I have spoiled it but wach it... It is a really good movie!!!!

  • No no no

    NO BECAUSE there have been theory on WWE being fake well correct theory and they take so FREACKEN LONG like god id rather watch fuller house thats how bad it is and they are both terrible its fake fake like your face i mean why do you think almost all the great wrestlers are actors

  • No, it has weaknesses

    This can be effective, but the space separating the guard from the blade is unprotected so you can slice diagonally through the whole lightsaber. That is all i need to say im just stalling now because i need a lot of words to be able to submit this argument y

  • Wow this is dumb

    People really wtf is this why would you do this wow wow wow wow this is dumb i mean i love star wars but this wooooooooow just wow wow ow wow wow wow ow wo man you people are just ... Idk troll face lol lolo llolololo lol lol ok man just WTF

  • As a light saber, Yes

    Wow, the arguments for this side are really weak, let me try to help you out here.
    First of all, most other light sabers have NO form of bell guard, so surely anything would be better than regular sabers, right? Admittedly, this does not appear that it would be a very effective bell guard in blocking blows, but we see Kylo Ren use them more offensively than defensively. In his battle with Fin, they lock sabers and push them directly toward each other, not at all down the "blade." As they get closer to each other and their opponent's light sabers, Kylo Ren is able to burn Fin with these additions, gaining him the upper hand and eventually the victory.
    In conclusion, these are definitely not a negative on his light saber, and seem to work fine how he uses them. Not to mention those are actually vents for the corrupted Kyber crystal powering his saber, not any sort of intentional modification, so they do effectively prevent the light saber from exploding.

  • It's a Lightsaber..

    It's a fricking lightsaber, so of course it is. However, compared to most other lighstabers, it is bad. It is flimsy af and poorly designed. By poorly designed I mean handmade and stuff. Yeah Imma just fill up all this space I need to get fifty words heh heh. Cya

  • No! Goes against tradition and extremely inefficient!

    The traditional lightsaber has either one or two blades, protruding from one or both epiphyses of the lightsaber mechanism. Kylo Ren's two butterknife-like edges are extra. One might argue that they serve as a protection mechanism to help an opponent's lightsaber from slipping and catching one's hand, but that has not been a problem. Kylo Ren has daddy issues with the leading figures on both sides of the force, and he feels like being edgy, literally.

  • The black guy with the purple lightsaber is that cgi bad guy in TFA

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  • No, it is not.

    You know what a hand guard is, right? It's that thing preventing people from just cutting people's hands off. This is a bad example of a hand guard. You could literally hit your own hand with that hand guard. And chop it off. So, not only can you actually chop your opponent's hand off with that hand guard, which you can do without the hand guard anyway, you have to not slip on the sword because your hands might get chopped

  • Yes and no, but mostly no.

    You see, people who actually know what's going on here see that in the lore, his lightsaber is made from a broken Khyber crystal. This causes an unstable blade and so it needs venting to prevent the heat from getting to intense, hence, the crossguard exists on his lightsaber. Learn the lore before putting up an opinion

  • I understand Disney's marketing plan, but this goes against tradition.

    Disney obviously made this to make him seem more mysterious, and it worked. But, as said before, it is very flimsy, showing that Kylo Ren is not a "good" Force-user, because Jedi and Sith make their own lightsabers. Also, I feel like the side parts on his lightsaber are wholly ineffective, except in some cases.

  • No, it has weaknesses

    This can be effective, but the space separating the guard from the blade is unprotected so you can slice diagonally through the whole lightsaber. That is all i need to say im just stalling now because i need a lot of words to be able to submit this argument y


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