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Master Replicas Mace Windu Lightsaber FX

When I heard Mace Windu was going to be played by Samuel Leroy Jackson, the same SLJ who played Jules Winnfield in Pulp Fiction back in 94, my laughing nerve went crazy. It's just so awkwrd to imagine Samuel going from "You're my b**** !!" to 'I sense a disturbance in the Force'. And thank God he didn't have an apprentice in the Star Wars prequel. George Lucas must have known it was too big a risk to take.

Mace Windu is one of the earliest characters in the Star Wars universe. He started as a narrator for the original drafts of Episode IV: A New Hope. However his character was removed from the original trilogy before introduced again in Lucas' Star Wars prequel. Mace Windu is a Jedi Master and senior member of the Jedi Council, second only to Master Yoda.

Windu's origin is mentioned to be the force-sensitive Korun race from the planet Haruun Kal. Korunnai are subspecies of the humans, organized into tribes called Ghosh. Windu created Vaapad, the full 7th form of lightsaber combat. Vaapad creates a superconducting loop which reflects an enemy's attack, and grants great speed and power. The name is taken from a predatory animal on one of Sarapin's moons. The creature uses multiple tentacles coupled with highspeed attacks.
SLJ being a hardcore Star Wars movie fan, actually requested for a purple lightsaber so that his character would standout in the chaotic battle scene in Episode II: Attack of the Clones. And it's a pretty good choice of colour actually, one that will bear his name for a long time. That's star power. You too can get your own Master Replicas Mace Windu Lightsaber FX.

This FX Lightsaber is the official reproduction from Episode II: Attack of the Clones. The bright purple polycarbonate blade is permanently attached to the hilt and glows with realistic power-up and power-down effects. It also has authentic lightsaber sound effects digitally recorded from the movie itself. The various digital sounds are activated by motion-sensors installed in the lightsaber replica, each responds to power-up, power-down, idling and clashing movements. The durable yet light chrome-plated aluminum body looks and feels like a real lightsaber, with a display stand included. The only bad points are that the blade looks more bright white than deep purple when activated, and the lightsaber needs 6 "AA" batteries to operate compared to only 3 in the previous Master Replicas Yoda Force FX Lightsaber("AAA") and Darth Vader Episode V FX Lightsaber Replica("AA").

Master Replicas Mace Windu Lightsaber FX

1 Response
  1. Jen C. Says:

    You should try putting up other weapons, not just swords. Like catwoman's whip. Now, that's hot.