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Star Wars Episode 1: The Phantom Menace - Clothing Slip
In the scenes where the Jedi battle each other on the catwalks, Maul gets thrown off and lands on his back on a lower level. One of the front tails of his tunic flies up and lays over the the left blade of his saber. The fabric should have been burnt, but it wasn't! Watch carefully, it's hard to see.
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toyoka writes:
I played the scene in slow-mo, but I couldn't see the fabric hit the saber except the handle. But in your defense, if the saber couldn't burn because it's made of light, then why can it melt doors (on the Federation's ship)??
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Alli writes:
Well we do have to take into consideration that ALL the technology is MUCH MORE ADVANCED than ours now. If you people think lightsabers are just a handle and when you press the button that light comes out and it does nothing, I am ashamed to be a Star Wars maniac. (star wars freakazoid by my friends) Here is some info for all you people who don't know anything about lightsabers - When deactivated, a lightsaber appears as a polished metallic handle, about 30 centimeters long, lined with control studs. At the press of a button the energy contained within is liberated and forms as a shaft of pure energy about a meter long. The saber hums and scintillates with a distinct sound. Its shimmering blade is capable of cutting through almost anything, save for the blade of another lightsaber.In the hands of a Jedi, a lightsaber is almost unstoppable. It can be used to cut through blast doors or enemies alike. Yup! THAT is what a lightsaber is! Now do you all get it?????
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cody writes:
What would be the point of fighting with a light blade?? Of course theres heat too because in every energy conversion or whatever heat is ALWAYS made due to friction!
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Ashley Comet writes:
Technically, Lightsabers are just light, therefore do not burn. But it would have been sliced off, though.
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