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7th May '18 6:10:00 PM ultimomant
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* In ''VideoGame/FateGrandOrder'', Mysterious Heroine X and her Alter form are parodies of Star Wars characters, so their Noble Phantasms are lightsabers.

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* In ''VideoGame/FateGrandOrder'', ''VideoGame/FateGrandOrder'':
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Mysterious Heroine X and her Alter form are parodies of Star Wars characters, so their Noble Phantasms are lightsabers.lightsabers.
** In both this and ''VideoGame/FateExtellaTheUmbralStar'', Altera wields a ''rainbow'' colored lightsaber.
2nd May '18 6:08:07 AM LondonKdS
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* In Matt Wagner's ''ComicBook/{{Grendel}}: War Child'' series, Grendel-Prime uses a red laser sword.

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* In Matt Wagner's ''ComicBook/{{Grendel}}: War Child'' series, Grendel-Prime uses a red laser sword. A different character wields a similar weapon in the ''Grendel Tales'' story "Devil's Choices".



* M. John Harrison's early Literature/{{Viriconium}} novel ''The Pastel City'', another pre-''StarWars'' work, contains energy swords called ''baan''. These have a thoughtful safety feature: the blade materializes around a solid core, which isn't necessary for the weapon to operate, but prevents the blade from activating improperly while it's pointing into the user's body.

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* M. John Harrison's early Literature/{{Viriconium}} novel ''The Pastel City'', another pre-''StarWars'' work, contains energy swords called ''baan''. These have a thoughtful safety feature: the blade materializes around a solid core, which isn't necessary for the weapon to operate, but prevents the blade from activating improperly accidentally while it's pointing into the user's body.
25th Apr '18 5:47:02 AM jormis29
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* One type of the [[{{Mooks}} standard enemies]] as well as one of the boses of the old arcade game ''Xain D'Sleena'' (aka: ''Solar Warrior'') use laser blades (the former to attempt to impale your character with them). If they hit you, [[OneHitKill you are dead]], no matter how much life you've remaining.

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* One type of the [[{{Mooks}} standard enemies]] as well as one of the boses of the old arcade game ''Xain D'Sleena'' ''VideoGame/XaindSleena'' (aka: ''Solar Warrior'') use laser blades (the former to attempt to impale your character with them). If they hit you, [[OneHitKill you are dead]], no matter how much life you've remaining.
24th Apr '18 12:25:11 PM Anhilliator1
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* ''VideoGame/Doom2016'' has the Crucible, which has a blade made of Argent Energy. It also doubles as a CoolSword.
9th Apr '18 4:28:30 PM Owlorange1995
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** Count Dooku and Asajj Ventress both use lightsabers with curved hilts.
9th Apr '18 2:57:30 AM FoxBluereaver
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* In ''Fanfic/PokemonResetBloodlines'', Sabrina taught several of her Kadabra to project Psycho Cut energy through their spoons to create this effect. Apparently she plagiarized this from a Pokémon Coordinator, though she insists she learned it legitimately.
1st Apr '18 2:38:01 PM Dingbot
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** Count Dooku has a pistol grip for his lightsaber, enabling him to use fencing techniques.
14th Mar '18 4:42:41 PM rixion
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* ''[[VideoGame/SaGa Final Fantasy Legend]]'' has a weapon called an "L-saber". The Japanese version straight up calls it a "lightsaber", and the ones featured in the Nintendo DS remake of ''[[VideoGame/SaGa2 Legend II]]'' looks exactly like, well...

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* ''[[VideoGame/SaGa ''[[Franchise/SaGaRPG Final Fantasy Legend]]'' has a weapon called an "L-saber". The Japanese version straight up calls it a "lightsaber", and the ones featured in the Nintendo DS remake of ''[[VideoGame/SaGa2 Legend II]]'' looks exactly like, well...
10th Mar '18 9:08:45 PM MagiMecha
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** A few characters in the ''No Need for Tenchi''/''All-New Tenchi Muyo'' manga series swung around a few laser blades. The first villain sought to make a blade that was stronger than the Light Hawk Wing sword. Didn't work out for him. The last villain from ''No Need'' challenges Tenchi with two high-powered laser blades mounted on his hands. When he's forced to cut off a hand, the energy blade is so powerful in digs its way into the ground and causes his planet to go up.
28th Feb '18 1:02:58 AM SeptimusHeap
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* The player uses them in ''SinAndPunishment'' to deal with enemies who get too close.

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* The player uses them in ''SinAndPunishment'' ''VideoGame/SinAndPunishment'' to deal with enemies who get too close.
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