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The '''Durindfire''' gem was a precious [[Lightsaber crystal|crystal]] found on the [[planet]] [[Tatooine]].
 
The '''Durindfire''' gem was a precious [[Lightsaber crystal|crystal]] found on the [[planet]] [[Tatooine]].
   
Few Durindfires ever left the planet, though some were bought and sold by the [[Galactic Empire]] to help finance the [[Death Star I|Death Star]] project. The [[Alliance to Restore the Republic]] was able to pinpoint the Empire's various development sites by tracking the movement of these gems, and additionally used this information to uncover the origins of the TIE Phantom Project.
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Few Durindfires ever left the planet, though some were bought and sold by the [[Galactic Empire]] to help finance the [[Death Star I|Death Star]] project. The [[Alliance to Restore the Republic]] was able to pinpoint the Empire's various development sites by tracking the movement of these gems, and additionally used this information to uncover the origins of the [[TIE Phantom]] Project.
   
 
A Durindfire gem was key in adding a distinctive silver sheen to any [[lightsaber]] blade. This stone was traditionally used by the Jedi of the [[Halcyon family|Halcyon]]/[[Horn family]].
 
A Durindfire gem was key in adding a distinctive silver sheen to any [[lightsaber]] blade. This stone was traditionally used by the Jedi of the [[Halcyon family|Halcyon]]/[[Horn family]].

Revision as of 23:11, April 11, 2011

Halcyon

Keiran Halcyon utilizing the Durindfire gem in his lightsaber.

The Durindfire gem was a precious crystal found on the planet Tatooine.

Few Durindfires ever left the planet, though some were bought and sold by the Galactic Empire to help finance the Death Star project. The Alliance to Restore the Republic was able to pinpoint the Empire's various development sites by tracking the movement of these gems, and additionally used this information to uncover the origins of the TIE Phantom Project.

A Durindfire gem was key in adding a distinctive silver sheen to any lightsaber blade. This stone was traditionally used by the Jedi of the Halcyon/Horn family.

Durindfire gems were also used in standard Imperial Knight lightsabers.

Behind the scenes

It is unknown if there is a relationship between Durindfire gems and the Durind Firegem. It is possible that the latter is a misspelling that only appears in Side Trip.

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