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    Does this pommel scream Sith, or do you think that a Jedi would actually use this pommel? now heres the thing I'm building a pike, and a pointed pommel like this would be helpful in combat, and also I would think it would help with walking with something this long, so what do you guys think?

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    The pommel itself is agnostic, the overall design will determine how the saber presents itself.

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    download.jpg The pommel is an inanimate object, therefore, it is incapable of screaming anything, let alone making any kind of sound.
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    ^ thats funny
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    Quote Originally Posted by JediRyan View Post
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    Does this pommel scream Sith, or do you think that a Jedi would actually use this pommel? now heres the thing I'm building a pike, and a pointed pommel like this would be helpful in combat, and also I would think it would help with walking with something this long, so what do you guys think?
    I feel that spiked pommels look a bit on the dark side but so what. They look cool. As for it helping as the bottom of a pike being used as a walking stick (I can't think of any other way it could help (or hinder) with walking), I think it will actually make it worse. It will dig deeper into soft ground than a flat bottomed pommel would, could hurt hard wood floors and since it's aluminum, will dent and scratch like crazy. That said, maybe a flat bottomed pommel with a rubber cap would be a better choice.

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