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obi-wannAB 06-22-2004 08:47 PM

BLACK saber
 
(Ok for ALL of those people who want black saber blades, it can not be done. Because a lightsaber emits light (what an idea!), if a saber was black, it would absorb all light and not emit any, so it is impossible so don't spam with black saber ideas.)


This isnt reality, this is a game, plus do you really think that using "the force" is possible anyway? lol, what if they make a super saber that doesnt use a crystal? what if it DOES absorb light so that the blade would apear black? any way....
The screenshots look really kool I like them....

FCMan 07-06-2004 02:58 PM

You say it can't be black cuz it's LIGHT....Well what about a blacklight :eek: A blacklight is both black and its light. Technically a blacklight is just really deep purple and they have purple saber blades so it could be done. Surely there's a crystal that could do it. If not one could be created like the red lightsaber crystals. It wouldn't be perfectly black but it'd still look very imposing and cool in a lot of circumstances(except in pure daylight). But it could be done.

Exar_reborn 07-06-2004 10:41 PM

First off FC man, welcome to the boards. Second KNOW YOUR ROLE B***H!. Don't come on these boards as a noob and flame other players like that. They have the right to state an idea that they like.


Quote:

This isnt reality, this is a game, plus do you really think that using "the force" is possible anyway?
Yeah its a game but this is not just a game its a Massive Multiplayer Online ROLE PLAYING game. So if someone really wants to believe there Shakyyk Vahn from Naboo then they can. Theres no reason to flame them for that.

Trahern Valley 07-08-2004 08:16 AM

A blacklight is not black light...

Ultraviolet lightsabers? We wouldn't be able to see it.

Edited to add: And if it was plausable, it'd probably only give you skin cancer anyway. ;)

reelguy227 07-09-2004 03:20 PM

Quote:

Originally posted by Trahern Valley
A blacklight is not black light...

Ultraviolet lightsabers? We wouldn't be able to see it.

Edited to add: And if it was plausable, it'd probably only give you skin cancer anyway. ;)

good point trahern.


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