Light Saber Whip. For dueling use at your own risk. However, rather than the straight, meter long blades emitted by standard lightsabers, lightwhips featured long, flexible blades that often exceeded several meters in.
A lightwhip, also known as an energy whip or a laser whip, was a rare variation of the lightsaber. Although a lightwhip has a greater reach, it lacks the power of a more traditional lightsaber. In january, lucasfilm publishing will begin the boldest transmedia initiative it has ever undertaken.
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This whip is only suitable for rgb baselit sabers with 1 inch diameter blades. Finally, several companies are selling flat acrylic lightsaber blades. No longer part of star wars canon, the lightwhip appears primarily in star wars legends comics and books.
A Lightsaber Whip Functions Like A Whip.
Whips are 44inches long, and attached with an included m4 screw. Lightsaber light whip without hilt. The material moves similar to a real whip.
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A lightwhip, also known as an energy whip or a laser whip, was a rare variation of the lightsaber. However, rather than the straight, meter long blades emitted by standard lightsabers, lightwhips featured long, flexible blades that often. Due to the blades' flexibility, they required more care of use than a regular lightsaber, and had less cutting power.
For Dueling Use At Your Own Risk.
The function of the light whip is usually the same as that of a lightsaber blade, emitting a beam of light from the emitter. It can be very powerful in combat, especially against those who aren’t used to countering it. Any color can be used, but the options i have available for a quick purchase are red, aqua, lime, purple, and black.
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In january, lucasfilm publishing will begin the boldest transmedia initiative it has ever undertaken. Lightsaber whip otherwise known as a lightsaber whip or laser whip, this particular variant is very similar to a standard bullwhip, only with a flexible energy beam instead of a lash. Most lightwhips were produced by emitters extended from the hilt.