Hasbro's toy electronic lightsaber credits Plo Koon with an orange lightsaber instead of yellow, although this is likely not canon.
After losing her original saber in the line of duty, Gallia created the new lightsaber with a green blade in her years of service as a Knight circa 75 BBY, then in her years as a master she switched the crystal to red in 60 BBY to produce a crimson blade. ... Gallia and Skywalker defend themselves against commando droids.
Koon continued to wield it as he became a Jedi General during the Clone Wars, until his death during Order 66 in the skies of Cato Neimoidia.
Knowledge of the form survived the Great Jedi Purge initiated in 19 BBY and into the era of the New Jedi Order. Practitioners of Form V included Jedi Masters Aayla Secura, Adi Gallia, Plo Koon and Luke Skywalker, Jedi Knights Anakin Skywalker and Ulic Qel-Droma, and Dark Lord of the Sith Darth Bane.
Clone Commander Wolffe (clone designation CC-3636) served under General Plo Koon in the Clone Wars, as commander of the tight-knit unit known as the Wolfpack. A seasoned and battered combatant, Wolffe has witnessed some of the worst the war has to offer.
Kylo Ren was most likely a user of Form V. Form V, aka Djem So, is a simple, straightforward, and undeniably deadly lightsaber form. With extremely fast strikes and footwork geared towards power and dominance, Form V was the preferred form of Luke Skywalker and Darth Vader in both continuities.
Although relatively unknown, Star Wars' Jedi Master Plo Koon did train a few of his own Padawan. ... A Jedi Master of the Kel Dor species, Plo was among one of the wisest members of the Council. He served during the final years of the Galactic Republic, aiding in the Clone Wars, before eventually being killed in Order 66.
Master Yaddle then constructed an orange-bladed lightsaber which she wielded until her death on Mawan in 26 BBY.
There is only one known character to use an indigo lightsaber in both Star Wars canon and legends. That character is Cal Kestis, from the game Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order.
Yes. There were actually a lot of Jedi who had and/or used red lightsabers, but they only had red blades during times when Sith were thought extinct. During war, all Jedi avoided red blades so they would not be confused with dark siders.
But in actuality it's mainly cause he's pretty dang tough and Gallia made a mistake with trying to land a kick to his leg, he seized the advantage and caught her off guard with a quick force push then impaled her with his horns and then killed her with his lightsaber.
Over several other media sources, Gallia changes her saber blade to an orange then blue lightsaber crystals. The New Essential Guide to Characters mistakenly identifies Adi as near-Human. In the novel Cloak of Deception, Adi is also incorrectly described as a female Human and not as a Tholothian.
This article is about Asajj Ventress' yellow lightsaber. ... It was acquired by the bounty hunter on the black market some time after Padawan Barriss Offee stole the lightsabers that Ventress had used as the apprentice of Count Dooku.
Luke Skywalker's yellow lightsaber first appeared in the sixth issue of the comic book series Star Wars which was written by Charles Soule, illustrated by Jesús Saiz, and published by Marvel Comics on September 16, 2020.
Luke Skywalker's Yellow Lightsaber
Though the Jedi failed to recover his weapon, he acquired a vision from a woman named Verla, guiding him to Outer Rim. On his journey, he arrived at an old outpost from the High Republic era where he acquired a weapon once wielded by Jedi Temple guards.
Bronze is the rarest lightsaber color not only because it was forged only once under special circumstances but because in all of Star Wars extended canon, there has only been one known user of this unique blade.
Orange lightsabers are the newest in the canon, first seen in the 2019 video game Jedi: Fallen Order. In the decanonized spheres of the Star Wars universe, there were only a handful of characters to use an orange blade.
In the Star Wars Legends, the only known characters who have used Orange Lightsabers are Master Yaddle and Plo Koon. Both are Jedi but only the former used an Orange saber typically. To be fair, Plo Koon mainly uses a blue saber.
Early History. Plo and Ahsoka first met each other when she was three years old. Being the one who found her, Plo took her to the Jedi Temple, where she was to be raised to learn the ways of the Jedi. ... Through their bond, Plo Koon affectionately calls her "Little 'Soka" and Ahsoka calls him "Master Plo."
Ahsoka Tano was discovered by Plo Koon at the age of three and accepted into the Jedi Order.
Plo Koon: a different kind of Jedi master
Whereas most other members of the Jedi Council, notably Mace Windu, seem to resent Anakin throughout the Prequel movies and even through the Clone Wars 7-season run, Plo Koon is one of the first to offer the young Jedi the respect he deserves.
The sole Form VII variant to have gained recognition by the Jedi Council, Vaapad, was only created in the final decades of the Jedi Order. The key architect of Vaapad was Jedi Master Mace Windu, who developed the form to address his weakness by controlling his inner darkness and channeling it into worthy ends.
Rey didn't use any of the lightsaber forms in The Force Awakens and The Last Jedi. As an experienced melee fighter whose preferred weapon was a quarterstaff, Rey improvised a new fighting style. ... Given that she studied Luke's ancient Jedi texts and was trained by Leia, Rey most likely used a variation of Form VI, Niman.
These basics were taught to him by Ahsoka and a hologram of Anakin Skywalker from the time before Order 66. So, in conclusion, we can say that Ezra is in fact a heavy user of Form IV given that most of his fights feature him moving around a lot to be able to gain the advantage.