Reference Book: Star Wars Saga Edition Jedi Academy Training Manual

See also: Force Powers

[Lightsaber Form]

You leap over or dash around your opponent, striking before they have time to react.

Time: Standard Action

Targets: Self, plus one adjacent enemy

Make a Use the Force check. The result of the check determines the effect, if any:

DC EFFECT
20 You can move up to half your Speed; this movement does not provoke Attacks of Opportunity. You can then make a single melee attack with a Lightsaber against an adjacent target. If the space you occupy and the space you started in are spaces that Flank the opponent, the opponent is considered to be Flanked for your attack.
25 You can move up to your Speed; this movement does not provoke Attacks of Opportunity. You can then make a single melee attack with a Lightsaber against an adjacent target. If the space you occupy and the space you started in are spaces that Flank the opponent, the opponent is considered to be Flanked for your attack.
30 You can move up to your Speed, +2 squares; this movement does not provoke Attacks of Opportunity. You can then make a single melee attack with a Lightsaber against an adjacent target. If the space you occupy and the space you started in are spaces that Flank the opponent, the opponent is considered to be Flanked for your attack.
35 You can move up to your Speed, +4 squares; this movement does not provoke Attacks of Opportunity. You can then make a single melee attack with a Lightsaber against an adjacent target. If the space you occupy and the space you started in are spaces that Flank the opponent, the opponent is considered to be Flanked for your attack.

Lightsaber Form (Vaapad): If you have the Vaapad Talent, your target is considered Flat-Footed against you until the end of your turn.

Special: You can spend a Force Point to increase your movement by 2 squares.

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