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Star Wars Episode 2: Attack of the Clones - Lightsaber Mistake!
1. Skip forward to the giant battle scene where all the jedi's are fighting in the arena.
2. Right after Yoda comes to save everyone, look for a weird looking Jedi. He has a cone-shaped head and a white beard.
3. Watch him twirl his lightsaber for a brief moment. I believe the color is blue.
4. The camera flashes away for a few seconds.
5. When the camera comes back to him, he has a green lightsaber!
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TV, Star Wars: Episode II
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Anonymous on 10-24-2004
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Mentasm writes:
The Jedi in question is Ki-Adi Mundi, and I noticed this when watching as well. A while later, when he's standing in the Republic Gunship with Mace Windu, his saber is blue again. There's a slight possibility that there was another Jedi very close to him and it was that Jedi's green saber we saw, but I'd have to examine the scene very closely to be sure.
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C-Mike writes:
Actually, Hermie Odie, you're wrong about his light saber being purple. The purple saber belongs to Master Windu. Master jedi Ki-Adi-Mundi's saber is blue, but magically turns green in a matter of two seconds? That's not long enough for him to pick up a fallen jedi's saber. Maybe he a magic jedi?
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John Bogen writes:
Perhaps he dropped the blue one, then picked-up a fallen Jedi's green one.
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riverdealer@yahoo.com writes:
Ki-Adi-Mundi has a blue saber not purple, mace has the purple one
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Hermi Odle writes:
Good catch! The Jedi you are referring to is named Ki-Adi-Mundi. His lightsabre is supposed to actually be a light purple-ish colour, so not only is it a slip-up that the colour changes, but both colours are wrong!
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