DARTH MAUL
(Battle Damaged Lightsaber)

Source:
(The Phantom Menace)

Year: 2003

Assortment: Prop Replica

Retail: $299.00

Part Number: SW-116

Production Sequence: 

  • 38 of 750 Pieces

Details:

  • Master Replicas has created a unique, battle damaged interpretation of the double-ended lightsaber wielded by Darth Maul in Star Wars: The Phantom Menace.

  • The battle damaged lightsaber looks the way it might have appeared after Obi-Wan Kenobi cleaved it in half during the climactic duel scene that ended the life of Darth Maul.

  • The battle damaged lightsaber is constructed from metal with a weathered finish that shows the scrapes, dents and scorch marks that could have been caused during brutal combat.

  • The open, severed end exposes ruby red crystals and wiring that we imagine could be inside a “real” lightsaber.

  • Comes with a plaque, plaque holder, Certificate of Authenticity, and custom crafted display case.

  • Comments: In the climactic final moments of The Phantom Menace, Darth Maul and Obi-Wan Kenobi lock blades in one of the most dramatic and memorable lightsaber duels ever seen in the Star Wars saga. During the intense battle, Obi-Wan cleaves Darth Maul’s double-bladed lightsaber in half with a ferocious upward thrust. This momentous blow does not disable the vicious Sith’s weapon nor does it dissuade him from continuing his brutal battle with the Jedi.



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