Malachor war ein Planet mit dunkler, felsiger Oberfläche. The crossguard blades, or quillons, emerge from focusing crystal activators that split the lightsaber’s plasma stream into three channels, with the quillons appearing after the main blade ignites.

It corrupts all that walks on its surface—drowns them in the power of … ( duh ). It claims that the design for Kylo Ren’s cross guard lightsaber was seen earliest at the “Scourge of Malachor” (suggesting this is where Ezra finds the one we see in the trailer).

This exactly happened first time it was activated during Great Scourge of Malachor.

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Check out Malachor V Sith Temple. It was built thousands of years before the battle of yavin and could be used as a weapon to wipe out all life in a certain range. The Jedi deemed the planet forbidden as a result. In the game a similar thing happened, where they created a "mass shadow generator", basically massively increasing the gravity and crushing thousands of …

The blast killed all on both sides, turning them into statues that were dotted around the temple like artwork. The crossguard blades, or quillons, emerge from focusing crystal activators that split the lightsaber’s plasma stream into three channels, with the quillons appearing after the main blade ignites.

Malachor can assume a two-dimensional form, extend outward to become a larger shadow, blend into shadows completely, or even teleport through him.

This event later became known as the Great Scourge of Malachor I. A long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away, one of the most horrific incidents in known Star Wars lore took place -- The Great Scourge of the planet Malachor: an incident so ancient and foreboding that Jedi were forbidden to even visit the planet. Thousands of years ago, the Sith established themselves on Malachor, evidenced by a Sith Temple located on the planet, deep underground.

Thousands of years before the Galactic Civil War, the Sith built a temple on the rocky planet Malachor. She spoke to Ezra Bridger when he unwittingly activated the weapon in the Temple with a Sith Holocron. she depressingly spoke trying to remain standing "it is called the Scourge of Malachor: the final battle of the Mandalorian wars" Ahsoka somehow knew that the planet she was looking at was Malachor, that feeling of emptiness was with her ever since she stepped onto the surface with Kanan and Ezra. The Great Scourge of Malachor. Whether it was the will of the force or just by fate, what should have never been forgotten was lost. Irgendwann errichteten die Sith eine großen Tempel auf Malachor, getrieben von einem riesigen Kyber-Kristall.

Kylo Ren’s crossguard lightsaber is an ancient design that recalls weapons seen millennia ago during the Great Scourge of Malachor. Those guys look exactly the Crusader Mandalorians from KOTOR.. Raid - First team to 250 Death loses.

I believe they took inspiration from Malachor V, which is a huge plot point in the Knights of the Old Republic II game. Kylo Ren’s crossguard lightsaber is an ancient design that recalls weapons seen millennia ago during the Great Scourge of Malachor.

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The Scourge of Malachor is obviously named as a reference to the Malachor battle from KOTOR II, but I feel like everything we've seen about it, it conceptually draws more from the Battle of Ruusan (huge battle of Jedi vs. Sith, the army seemingly frozen through a Force-powered disaster, a powerful Force weapon as well as Force power source left behind on the world).

Home to an ancient Sith temple, Kanan, Ahsoka and Ezra traveled to Malachor in search of knowledge, but were met by evil. Malachor: Star Wars Rebels: 2016 TV series Desolate Sith temple world and site of two major battles thousands of year apart: one involving the Scourge of Malachor, the other between Darth Maul, several Rebels, Darth Vader, and several Inquisitors. The Scourge of Malachor is obviously named as a reference to the Malachor battle from KOTOR II, but I feel like everything we've seen about it, it conceptually draws more from the Battle of Ruusan (huge battle of Jedi vs. Sith, the army seemingly frozen through a Force-powered disaster, a powerful Force weapon as well as Force power source left behind on the world).

Appearances Edit. Planet was left lifeless, but was that original design (similar to Thought bomb and Ritual of Nathema in Legends), or was it some kind of flaw is unclear. The Malachor Sith Temple was a Sith Temple on the planet Malachor.