The True Meaning Of Each Lightsaber Color
What's up with all the different lightsabers? Luckily for you, we know which colors are used by which kinds of folks, what they say about the wielder's personality, and whether or not a yellow lightsaber makes sense for you. Here's the true meaning behind each lightsaber color.
The blue lightsaber is a classic for a reason. It's the iconic first lightsaber seen being activated on screen in A New Hope, and since both Anakin Skywalker and Obi-Wan Kenobi had one, it seems like the standard issue for the Jedi Knights.
Back in the day, a long time before "a long time ago," it was established that a blue lightsaber meant the user was a Jedi Guardian, the samurai of the Jedi order. With their training focused on outer space martial arts and lightsaber tomfoolery, Guardians were warrior monks whose arrival heralded a hasty round of limb removal. Especially if they had the higher ground.
So what does this mean about the person behind the lightsaber? Mainly that they could be a little more of a soldier than your average Jedi, with the blue saber functioning as their uniform. Keep watching the video to find out the true meaning of each lightsaber color.
Blue: Old Reliable | 0:14
Green: The thinking Jedi's saber | 0:54
Red: are we the baddies? | 1:42
Purple: Bad mother kriffer | 2:13
Yellow: silent but deadly | 2:52
Orange: expanded universe | 3:20
White: True Neutral | 3:46
Black: Metal | 4:13
The rainbow of sabers | 4:58