Jedi: Fallen Order fans, the wait is finally over. You can now own the broken Cal Kestis lightsaber from the hit video game.
The lightsaber drops on March 25 at Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge at Walt Disney World and Disneyland Resort.
The lightsaber hilt is part of the legacy lightsaber collection at both parks’ Dok-Ondar’s Den of Antiquities shop. Back in 2020, Disney asked fans to vote for the next lightsaber to join the collection, and Cal Kestis’ hilt won.
To celebrate the collectible’s debut, Cal Kestis actor Cameron Monaghan visited Galaxy’s Edge at Disneyland to experience the lightsaber building experience at Savi’s Workshop and to show off his character’s iconic blade.
Jedi: Fallen Order fans will recognize the unique details of the lightsaber hilt, including the broken end where it was damaged and now only produces a single blade. And just like in the game, where players can “restore” the lightsaber to be double-bladed again, the legacy lightsaber comes with an adapter to recreate the original design – if you also buy another hilt.
The lightsaber originally belonged to Cal’s master Jaro Tapal, who died at the end of the Clone Wars during Order 66. In the game, the lightsaber’s kyber crystal core can be blue, green, or orange.
In photos shared by Disney, Monaghan shows off the blue-bladed Cal Kestis lightsaber in front of the Millennium Falcon but chooses a green kyber crystal for his custom lightsaber at Savi’s Workshop.
Legacy lightsabers from Dok-Ondar’s range in price from $129 to $199. These are also just hilts that come in a padded display/storage box. Blades, crystals, and other accessories can be purchased separately. Custom lightsabers at Savi’s Workshop are $199.99 for the hilt, kyber crystal, blade, carrying case, and immersive experience.
Other legacy lightsabers available at Disney parks include ones from the prequels and Clone Wars through the sequels and New Republic era. Some characters, like Ahsoka Tano, Luke Skywalker, and Maul, have different versions of lightsabers for different eras of their journeys on the Star Wars timeline.
Saber Sourcing has an updated list of all the legacy lightsabers available at the Disney parks.