WARNING: This article contains spoilers from Obi-Wan Kenobi Episode 5.
As Obi-Wan continues around the universe protecting Leia we continually find more and more evidence that more Jedi escaped Order 66 than we previously thought. Many of these facts are hidden in the writing on the walls of The Path’s safehouse, but at the edge of the road, we see that the Jedi have been leaving their robes and lightsaber’s in familiar boxes.
So whose lightsabers were in those familiar boxes?
Funnily enough, the real answer to that question is no one. We have seen those hilts before, but they all belong to Cal Kestis. In the game Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order there are 8 colors, 8 emitters, 14 switches, 14 sleeves, and the 24 materials that you can choose to customize your lightsaber.
And all of those have to be multiplied over again because you can customize one half of the lightsaber to be different than the other half. Needless to say, there are a metric ton of combinations.
While some may have wished to have a bit more substantially cameo for all the lightsabers in Obi-Wan Kenobi, there simply aren’t a massive amount of lightsabers unaccounted for in Star Wars canon after thousands of them were destroyed shortly after Order 66. The lightsaber may not be the only cameo, however.
While we never get a very clear image of the containers with the lightsabers and robes in, it seems that they have an uncanny likeness to containers that you get items inside of Fallen Order.
So far it looks like the writers of Obi-Wan Kenobi are doing a great job including both canon and legends materials into the background of what seems to be every scene. As for confirmation on the lightsaber, we can only hope for Lucasfilm to release more set details or a novelization of the series to get a bit more insight into all the Jedi moving across the Path.