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The Shadow Blade is one of the most revered Sith artifacts of all times. Although it isn't powerful like an Amulet air a Holocron, the Shadow Blade is a balanced mix of delicacy, beauty, and power.
- Crystal- The crystal that was used in this blade is often called the Shadow Crystal, or the Dark Crystal. Unlike most saber crystals, this particular one was flipper-crafted. It was infused with feelings of the dark side, and was eventually flipper-sculpted to fit the handle design.
- Hilt- The hilt, also known as the handle, was finely crafted by one of the best saber craftsman-Sith Lords of the time. It is a sheik, thin design that was crafted for elegance as well as maneuverability.
The saber was crafted sometime before 900 AD, by one of the best Sith saber craftsmen of the era. It was presented to the "leader" of the Sith group shortly after it was crafted. During the Jedi-Sith wars, it had slain many Jedi. However, when the HPC found the Sith "leader", the infamous darksaber was nowhere to be seen; lost to the ages.
That is, until the early 1900s, when the Khanzem War took place, and the Sith re-emerged from hiding. The saber once again saw the blood of many Jedi, even conquering most of it's opponents in saber battles.
After the end of Khanzem, the sword once again disappeared, and to this day it has not been recovered. It still remains a large part of Jedi and Sith lore.
- It is said that only the highest Sith can wield this saber.
- It is also rumored that the Jedi have started to search for it, along with any other force-sensitive artifacts in Antarctica.