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Is the Colour of Your Lightsaber Matching Your Personality? Know Here!

Is the Colour of Your Lightsaber Matching Your Personality? Know Here!


There has been a mysterious and quite seductive relationship between a Lightsaber and the colour of its blade. Jedi, Sith, and other Force-sensitives wielded the lightsaber, which was described as a laser sword by the creator of Star Wars ‘George Lucas’. 

According to him: Lightsabers were made of a plasma blade that could be turned off at will and was propelled by a kyber crystal for its power and energy.

The blade was normally attached to a metal hilt. It is a weapon requiring skill and training, which had been significantly enhanced by its use in association with the Force. Different colour lightsabers were used by both Sith and Jedi alike. Although for a brief period of time, it was synonymous with the Jedi, and some in the galaxy even believed that only Jedi could wield them. 

This brings us to the concept of colour meaning in lightsabers. One’s association with a specific type of blade colour reveals a lot about his or her personality. Let’s understand ‘how your choice of colour’ tells about your personality.

Blue - Colour of Skilled Force Users

The blue colour in Star Wars denoted a Jedi Guardian, a more practically oriented Jedi user of the Force. Blue lightsabers were wielded by iconic characters like Obi-Wan Kenobi, Anakin Skywalker, Luke Skywalker, and Count Dooku (before he fell to the Dark Side) as shown in the Star Wars prequel Trilogy. 

The blue colour is believed to have a strong "spiritual alignment" with the crystal and its link with the values of the Jedi. 

If you are someone who has a strong association with the blue colour, then you are brave and righteous. 

Green - A Philosopher's Blade

Green represented a Jedi Consular, someone who valued introspection and combating the Force's fundamental evil. These deep thinkers studied the inner workings of the Force. 

Wielders of Green Blades - Yoda and Qui-Gon Jinn both questioned the establishment's understanding of the Force. Luke Skywalker also upgraded to a green blade after becoming a Jedi Master and learning more about the Force in Star Wars Episode VI: Return of the Jedi

If you are someone who gravitates toward this colour, then your character reveals attributes of harmony, helpfulness, cooperation, spirituality, and demonstrable goodwill.

Yellow - A Personal Artifact

The colour yellow denoted a Jedi Sentinel in the saga, a Jedi who refined their abilities by balancing battle and academic endeavors. The First onscreen appearance of the yellow saber was in Star Wars Episode IX: The Rise Of Skywalker and wielded by Rey Skywalker, Jedi Temple Guards, and Asajj Ventress.

The colour of the blade is associated with practicality, harmony, and change. If you are aligned with this colour blade, then you are a team player. You are someone who works closely with people to help them achieve their targets.

Purple - Blade of Balance

Jedi Master Mace Windu has become anonymous as a wielder of a purple lightsaber. Samuel L. Jackson asked Lucas directly for Mace Windu's purple lightsaber because of his love for purple colour. Made its first appearance in Star Wars Episode II: Attack Of The Clones

In Star Wars Saga, the Purple blade is associated with uncertainty, reconstruction, and moral ambiguity. Its colour is a combination of blue and red blades. 

This tells that the wielder has a deep understanding of both the dark and light sides of the force. If you want to have this blade then probably you are someone who is objective in his or her decisions.

Red - Symbol of Destruction

A weapon of the Sith in the Star Wars Saga, it’s the ultimate symbol of darkness. 

The Sith must either steal their kybers or use other means to construct their lightsabers because they are unable to create the invisible relationship that the Jedi have with their kyber crystals. The act of pouring all of their wrath, fear, and other unpleasant emotions into the crystal, which causes it to "bleed" and turn crimson, is known as "bleeding." 

Red lightsabers were wielded by Sith Lords like Darth Vader and Darth Maul, it represents an evil core. But it's not that black and white. There have been a few incidents in Star Wars canon where people from the light side have also wielded a red blade as Rey Skywalker did in Episode IX: The Rise Of Skywalker.

If you are feeling a deep connection to the red blade, then you have a complex character. You are someone who likes to challenge themselves with darkness. 

Black - Colour of Darksaber

The Black lightsaber is strongly associated with the quality of leadership. 

The first Mandalorian Jedi, Tarre Vizsla, developed the unique Darksaber several millennia before the events of the Skywalker Saga. Bo-Katan Kryze became the last person to wield the Darksaber in The Mandalorian season 3 finale when Moff Gideon crushed it with his armor modeled after that of a Mandalorian.

If you are interested in this blade, then you are a person with a strong mindset and leadership qualities. A strong moral center is the indicator of a black blade in the Star Wars Saga. 

Orange - A Mysterious Piece

Orange Blade made its first appearance in Star Wars: Master & Apprentice.

When Obi-Wan Kenobi temporarily swapped out his blue kyber crystal for an orange kohlen crystal in Star Wars: Master and Apprentice by Claudia Grey, he became the first figure to wield an orange lightsaber. 

Baylan Skoll and Shin Hati both used them in Ahsoka. Orange blades were occasionally wielded by dark-aligned Jedi and Sith in Star Wars Legends. 

Believed to be on the balance side of the force, Orange lightsabers could be a sign that someone is caught in some way between both sides of the Force. 

However, if you find yourself to be tuned with this blade, it could be an indicator of Strong Will. A person who tends not to give up is commonly associated with orange-coloured saber. 

White - Blade Of Purity

Ahsoka Tano's primary weapon and evidence of her Force proficiency is the white lightsaber. Soon after Order 66, Ahsoka killed an Inquisitor and took her lightsaber, which contained these unique kyber crystals. 

These had been red blades initially, but Ahsoka used the Force to purify them and turn them back to white, signifying her status as a free individual. She had no connection to the dark side and was no longer a member of the Jedi. 

It represents someone who has rejected the beliefs of the Dark side and the Light side. If you are a white-blade wielder, then you are someone who has a strong individual personality. Strong and purely affirmed beliefs are common traits of white-bladed wielders. 


In the Star Wars universe, the colour of a lightsaber blade represents the personality of the wielder. Green blades represent a more diplomatic and philosophical temperament, whereas blue blades are associated with bravery and righteousness among Jedi Knights. 

Jedi that respect balance and works well in teams are designated with yellow blades. A bearer of purple blades is impartial and cognizant of both the good and bad aspects of the Force.

Usually, red blades are connected to the Sith and their sinister feelings. But there are certainly exceptions and a crimson blade can also represent a nuanced person who isn't scared to face the dark. 

An orange saber denotes a person torn between the light and dark sides yet possessing a strong will, while a black Darksaber represents great leadership. Last but not least, a white blade signifies a person who has chosen their own route and rejected the restrictions imposed by the Sith and Jedi.

Whatever your choice of blade is in terms of colour, it surely represents a strong aspect of your personality.

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