“Pinky” Lightsaber (Undercover Jedi) | Lightsaber Profile

The “Pinky” lightsaber is a single-bladed green lightsaber wielded by an undercover Jedi Knight in Star Wars Legends. “Pinky” is a Rise of the Empire era human male Jedi Knight who serves the Jedi Order. The actual name of the Jedi is unknown. During a mission to Horn Station, a thug named Kerlo derogatorily refers the undercover Jedi as “Pinky”.

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The undercover Jedi nicknamed “Pinky” wields a green-bladed lightsaber | IMAGE CREDIT Dark Horse Comics/Lucasfilm

“Pinky” Lightsaber in Star Wars Legends

The “Pinky” lightsaber is comprised of a standard cylindrical metal hilt with a flared emitter and pommel. The lightsaber, a Jedi lightsaber, emits a green blade.

“Pinky” studies the ways of the Force at the Jedi Temple under the guidance of the Jedi Order. He eventually ascends to the rank of Jedi Knight. As a Jedi Knight, he undertakes an undercover mission to Horn Station, a planet in the Outer Rim Territories under the tyrannical rule of a criminal named Shoto Eyefire.

During the mission to Horn Station, the Jedi disguises himself as a stuttering miner forced to land on the planet to make repairs to his ship. While on the planet, he goes to a local cantina. An individual named Kerlo tries to rob the undercover Jedi and derogatorily calls him “Pinky”. In the aftermath of the incident, Kerlo invites the undercover Jedi to fight Shoto Eyefire.

The undercover Jedi fights Shoto Eyefire and eventually draws and ignites his green-bladed lightsaber. The Jedi defeats Eyefire and his guards, liberating the world from Eyefire’s tyrannical rule. His cover blown, the Jedi returns to his ship wearing his traditional Jedi robes.

Behind the Scenes

The “Pinky” lightsaber first appears in “Incident at Horn Station”, a story in the comic book Star Wars Tales 2 (2000).

COVER IMAGE CREDIT Dark Horse Comics/Lucasfilm

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