We figured this would happen. Elements first seen in Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge are starting to make their way across the Star Wars universe.
Before this week, nothing first seen in Galaxy’s Edge, has appeared in other Star Wars media besides the books and comic books. But now another element first seen on Batuu has appeared in the new “Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order” video game and on “The Mandalorian”.
When park guests visit Savi’s Workshop, they are able to build a custom lightsaber (at a cost of $200). They can choose between four themes of lightsabers to build:
- Peace and Justice – this theme features lightsaber pieces crafted for the Jedi Order of the Republic era.
- Power and Control – this theme features pieces that were originally forged by the Sith of their time, collected from the ashes of the rumored Sith homeworld and their abandoned temples.
- Elemental Nature – this theme features elements of nature, like wood from a Brylark tree, bone of a Cartusion whale, or even a tooth from a Rancor.
- Protection and Defense – this theme represents the earliest lightsaber pieces, reconnecting the wielder with the most ancient aspects of the Force.
In “Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order”, the main character of the game, Jedi Cal Kestis, collects lightsaber pieces by finding them in various crates. While playing, we came across a piece called Elemental Nature 2 (pictured below). Which means there is also Elemental Nature 1, and most likely more, including the other three themes you can chose from in Savi’s Workshop.
Here’s how it looks in the game.
And here is how it looks in Galaxy’s Edge.
Have you seen any of the other lightsaber theme pieces in the game? Comment at the end of the article.
Click Here to see all the lightbsaber pieces available in Savi’s with prices.
Here’s a look at the lightsaber building attraction in Galaxy’s Edge:
Another element in Galaxy’s Edge that we knew about, but didn’t officially see until this week (besides in trailers), was The Mandalorian’s helmet and stun gun, AKA Amban phase-pulse blaster. They both hang on the wall in Dok-Ondar’s Den of Antiquities in both Disneyland’s and Disney’s Hollywood Studios locations.
Does this mean that by the time of the latest Star Wars movies (when Galaxy’s Edge takes place), The Mandalorian is dead or has new armor?
Fun Fact: A gun like that first appeared in the animated segment of 1978’s Star Wars Holiday Special, used by Boba Fett.
So will something from Galaxy’s Edge appear in “The Rise of Skywalker”? Black Spire Outpost and Dok-Ondar were mentioned, but not seen in the “Solo” movie. And we have seen a still frame from “The Rise of Skywalker” which showed the characters standing outside the Millennium Falcon with what looked like a third row of seats from the Falcon unloaded from the ship. If this appears in the film, it would match up with the third row of seats on the Smugglers Run ride. Hmmm …