Sunrider’s Destiny is a rare lightsaber crystal that gives a lightsaber a teal lightsaber blade color in Star Wars Legends. The Sunrider’s Destiny lightsaber crystal is introduced to Star Wars Legends in the computer game Star Wars Galaxies (2003). The Sunrider’s Destiny crystal is also part of the Star Wars Galaxies Trading Game (2008).
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Sunrider’s Destiny in Star Wars Legends
Captain Sargillo, a male Zabrak, gives the Sunrider’s Destiny lightsaber crystal to a Force-sensitive individual during the Galactic Civil War. Once Sunrider’s Destiny is properly tuned to a lightsaber, the lightsaber may only be used by the individual who tuned the crystal to the lightsaber.
Sunrider’s Destiny in Star Wars Galaxies Gameplay
The crystal is originally only available to players in the “Capture the Enemy” mission. After the New Game Enhancements (NGE), the mission is removed, the crystal is discontinued, and Sunrider’s Destiny becomes more scarce and sought after. After the Hotfix 17.10 update, Sunrider’s Destiny became available as legendary loot in the Rare Loot System.
Sunrider’s Destiny in Real Life
No official teal/cyan lightsabers currently exist, although cyan is an unreleased Savi’s Workshop blade color at Star Wars Galaxy’s Edge. Custom saber company Ultrasabers offers a teal lightsaber blade color option named Sunrider’s Destiny. Other custom saber companies often offer cyan or teal lightsaber blade color options as well.
Behind the Scenes
The Sunrider’s Destiny lightsaber crystal first appears in Star Wars Legends in the computer game Star Wars Galaxies (2003). The kyber crystal shares its name with the Old Republic era Sunrider family of Jedi (i.e. Vima Sunrider, Nomi Sunrider, and Andur Sunrider).
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Image depicts a lightsaber equipped with a Sunrider’s Destiny kyber crystal in Star Wars Galaxies gameplay (left) and a Sunrider’s Destiny crystal in the Star Wars Galaxies Trading Card Game (right)
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