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This saber belonged to a descendent of Luke Skywalker named Kol in Legends. Kol used this saber in battle against Darth Nihl and his sith strike force, as well as many other encounters. After Kol’s death, the saber was lost for many years, until it was discovered by another Jedi, Nei Rin. She replaced the original crystal (which had been badly burnt in battle) with a green Lambent crystal of her own. The saber was gifted to Kol’s son, Cade, when he discovered the Hidden Temple of the Jedi.

 


Cade/Kol Skywalkers Lightsaber by seven on Sketchfab

 

To install, put the kolsaber.pk3 file in your base folder.

 

Saber Names in console:
kol
cade

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What's New in Version 1.1

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  • Added cade's green bladed version

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Seven, Ben Skywalker is Luke's son. But Kol is Luke's descendant. I'm betting Great-Great-Great Grandson. Plus fun fact: This was used by Cade later on with a green blade. :D On the model itself, Well done. It looks exactly like in the comic.

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It's really cool to see how you've been improving and learning new stuff over the last couple of months, congratulations Sev, good job.

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Hi, 

 

I really like the concept of this mod, but I cannot get it to work. I have the pk3 file in my base folder. Is the input saber_cade/saber_kol? 

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Hi, 

 

I really like the concept of this mod, but I cannot get it to work. I have the pk3 file in my base folder. Is the input saber_cade/saber_kol? 

Console `saber kol` or `saber cade`

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Yeah, one thing tho; you keep the highpoly way too sharp around the edges. Textures would look nicer if you baked it once you tone the edginess down; for baking, you want even the sharpest edges to appear a bit smooth. Then there's a little line on the emitter where you seemingly for some reason either broke the UVs or decided to use another tone of color, which produces this difference... well all i'm saying is you should have kept it consistent but since its such a small model, no one except me will ever notice. So I guess it's fine like this in a sense.

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