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"—the Sword of Khashyun. Legend has it that it was forged by a sect of Dowutin Sith warriors who believed lightsabers were for the weak. They believed that only a truly worthy warrior would have the strength to wield it."
―Chelli Lona Aphra[src]

The Sword of Khashyun was a Sith artifact purportedly forged by a faction of Dowutin Sith warriors. At some point in history, the sword was bisected, with the hilt coming into ownership by the Ithorian collector Dok-Ondar, who held it in Dok-Ondar's Den of Antiquities on Batuu. Kendoh Voss and the Kendoh Gang attempted to steal the hilt of the sword, already possessing the other half of the relic.[1]

Behind the scenesEdit

The Sword of Khashyun was created as a prop for the Dok-Ondar's Den of Antiquities store at the Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge theme park land. The sword's history was expanded upon in the Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge comic series, written by Ethan Sacks and illustrated by Will Sliney.[4] While the sword was first mentioned, albeit indirectly, in the first issue of the series, published by Marvel Comics[5] on April 24, 2019,[6] it did not appear until the Galaxy's Edge theme park land was opened to the public[7] at Disneyland Park on May 31 of the same year.[8] Its name was first given in the comic series' fourth issue,[1] published on July 31, 2019.[6]

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