The Pablo-Jill lightsaber is a single-bladed blue lightsaber wielded by the Jedi Knight Pablo-Jill in Star Wars Canon. Pablo-Jill is a Clone Wars era male Ongree Jedi Knight. The Pablo-Jill lightsaber, a clan saber, ultimately joins the General Grievous lightsaber collection.
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Pablo-Jill Lightsaber Construction and History
The The Pablo-Jill lightsaber, a Jedi lightsaber, is comprised of a cylindrical hilt made from a metal alloy. The hilt measures 29.2 cm long (11.5 in) and 6.65 cm wide (2.6 in). The lightsaber emits a blue blade.
Pablo-Jill serves the Jedi Order and the Republic during the Clone Wars era. Although the Jedi Order encourages Pablo-Jill to choose an apprentice, the Jedi Knight never selects one.
Pablo-Jill wields his lightsaber while serving on the Jedi assault team tasked with rescuing Obi-Wan Kenobi, Anakin Skywalker and Senator Amidala from Separatist imprisonment on Geonosis. Jedi Master Mace Windu leads the rescue mission. The ensuing conflict, the First Battle of Geonosis, is the first battle of the Clone Wars.
During the Clone Wars, Pablo-Jill duels with the Separatist General Grievous in a collapsing city over the planet Duros. Grievous injures Pablo-Jill during the skirmish. Grievous recover the Pablo-Jill lightsaber from debris floating debris. Grievous adds the Pablo-Jill lightsaber to his collection.
Behind the Scenes
The Pablo-Jill lightsaber first appears in Star Wars Canon in the film Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones (2002). The Pablo-Jill lightsaber is depicted in the book Star Wars Lightsabers: A Guide to Weapons of the Force (2018) affiliate link. The lightsaber resembles the first Mace Windu lightsaber shown in the book Star Wars Episode I: A Visual Dictionary (1999). The first Mace Windu lightsaber is not part of Star Wars Canon.
Hasbro has released two 3.75 in Pablo-Jill action figures, each equipped with a blue-bladed lightsaber. One figure was released in 2005 and 2013.
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Image depicts the Pablo-Jill lightsaber
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