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Does the Matrix count? That was pretty big. @James: Apparently this was already brought up on sci-fi and fantasy stack exchange!!


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If you are talking strictly size of a structure, construct, or creature, I'd have to say the Dyson's Sphere from ST:TNG S6E4, Relics. The Dyson's Sphere is a structure which totally encloses a sun. Wikipedia says: A Dyson sphere is a hypothetical megastructure that completely encompasses a star and hence captures most or all of its power output. It was ...


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Are we talking about motion picture movies or creating the idea and concept of Star Wars? I have heard on a few occasions that Lucas began creating not just the idea but the story while he was at university with two other people, a classmate, and his roommate, to which they never received credit or acknowledgement, at least none that I can find.


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TL;DR: This is never addressed directly in the original films - only in the lore that followed (and in particular the novels). There are ultimately three reasons why red lightsabers are predominantly used by the Sith: Red is a danger colour. Lucas wanted to distinguish between lightsabers rather than having them all the same colour. The backstory ...


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Answered here If I may quote wholesale from user @Thaddeus' excellent answer Though synthetic crystals were ordinarily unsuitable for use in lightsabers, the Sith discovered that they could create synth-crystals that were energized, magnetized, and modified with the power of the dark side of the Force in special furnaces, causing the crystal to ...


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You can see the original, unaltered clip here: If you're interested in all the special effects, there's a great documentary called Empire Of Dreams. It was basically comprised of a ...



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