PHOTOS: New Ben Solo and Reforged Skywalker Legacy Lightsabers Now Available at Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge in Disneyland Park

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The new film “Star Wars: Episode IX – The Rise of Skywalker” is now out in theaters, and Dok-Ondar’s Den of Antiquities has added two new lightsabers to the collection.

Dok-Ondar’s Den of Antiquities had many visitors today checking out the two new lightsabers.

Inside the glass showcase at the center of Dok-Ondar’s, the Ben Solo and Reforged Skywalker Legacy Lightsabers sat right next to each other.

Ben Solo Legacy Lightsaber – $139.99

Before Kylo Ren was Kylo Ren, his former self Ben Solo used a blue lightsaber while being taught by our favorite Jedi Master, Luke Skywalker. Therefore, it comes with a blue saber.

The base is primarily silver with red accents lining the side and bottom.

The top of Ben Solo’s lightsaber has purple, blue, and yellow coloring.

Reforged Skywalker Legacy Lightsabers – $129.99

The Reforged Skywalker Lightsaber has been in the hands of many people, but now we see Rey learning to use the saber to its full potential.

The reforged lightsaber has a leather band wrapping around the base while the rest of the handle is primarily silver.

Will either of these lightsabers be added to your collection anytime soon?

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Katy is from Chicago, but moved to Southern California to end her long distance relationship with Disneyland. She has been visiting the Disney parks since age 1 and became involved with the Disney community over the past few years. You can contact Katy at [email protected]

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Is the original Rey lightsaber still there?