Double-bladed lightsaber

Over the many years of his existence, Dragus had come to possess a wide variety of different lightsabers. The first two that he made for himself were of standard design. After completion of the second lightsaber, Dragus gave his original blade away to his Fallanassi companion, the Major. The second lightsaber lasted the Sith for several years, but eventually sustained damage during a battle at the Sith Temple on Pzob and was never properly repaired. While away on Dorin for training with the Baran Do Sages, Dragus designed his third and last lightsaber. Unlike the original two that were standard lightsabers, the new one possessed a dual-blade feature.

The hilt was encased in a simple shell of duranium alloy, chosen for its durability and light weight. Inside the lightsaber employed a bifurcating cyclical-ignition pulse that allowed the lightsaber to operate underwater due to a combination of two crystals, rather than one. Because the lightsaber was double-bladed, essentially that meant it was two seperate lightsabers attached by a shared hilt. So in order for the ignition pulse to work, Dragus employed not two but four lightsaber crystals. Both sections of the hilt were gifted with a twin combination of lignan and stygium crystals.

Produced from each emitter was a dark crimson energy beam that appeared as contained boiling plasma. The use of stygium crystals allowed Dragus to better focus his newly developing stealth abilities, while the lignan crystals assisted him in channeling the Dark Side of the Force. While the lignan crystals were taken from the New Order of the Eye's treasury, the two stygium crystals used were take from the cloaking unit of the Sith clone's private transport. Dragus believed that using stones of the same foundation would grant him a deeper bond to the technology.

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