Star Saber

The Star Saber was the weapon of Prima, the first Transformer, and had the Matrix of Leadership as its hilt. In the series, the Star Saber resembles a lightsaber, and is also similar to Excalibur.

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... An old friend of Ultra Magnus', Dai Atlas was a dilettante before the war and a rival of Star Saber ... Star Upper Named for his mass-shifting strike and quick reflexes, Star Upper's only weakness is that he lacks confidence ... Star Saber Star Saber is a skilled fencer, known for a move called the "Planetary Impulse Attack" ...
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... They could form a mighty weapon named Star Saber which ruined the country and its people after all ... She begs them never to wake these Minis and never to use the Star Saber ... him 12 "Prehistory" At the Autobot base, Rad had figured out how the people who had the Star Saber destroyed themselves ...
Smokescreen (Transformers) - Transformers: Prime - Animated Series
... Iacon project is with the artifact being the Star Saber (a sword forged by Solus Prime that can wield the power of the Matrix) as Megatron, some Vehicons ... Megatron can commence transport of the large rock that the Star Saber is in ... When Smokescreen is unable to remove the Star Saber from the rock, the Vehicons surround Smokescreen upon knocking him down ...
Runway (Transformers) - Transformers: Armada
... and Air Assault teams, and combines with his companions Jetstorm and Sonar to form the Star Saber ... invades the A-Base, accompanied by Sonar who awakens his team-mates forming the Star Saber ... Since then Star Saber becomes the longed-for loot for both the Autobots and Decepticons ...

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