Our favorite little Sithspawn, Picaroon C. Boodle, AKA Pic, utilized a shoto lightsaber that was colored orange in his memorable appearance in the game Star Wars: Jedi Knight and the corresponding literature to the same adventure. According to the Wook: "...although after he and Gorc captured Jedi Master Qu Rahn, Pic took one of the lightsabers he had carried; an orange-bladed weapon which had once belonged to former Grand Master Yoda. He adopted a style of combat to make up for his lack of height, jumping high into the air to stab at enemies' faces and throats, as well as making many wild swings with his lightsaber." and: "Kyle did not realize at the time that the tiny darksider carried a weapon which had once belonged to Master Yoda. Later, after realizing the importance of the saber, Luke Skywalker sent a group of Jedi to retrieve the lightsaber, though it was unknown if they succeeded; the weapon and Pic's body could have stayed intact on the ship, or someone else might have taken it." This came as news to me, as I don't recall this being mentioned in the novels. Information does seep away with time after reading a book, and I may have just forgotten. But I can't help but wonder why Yoda would bother giving Rahn a lightsaber that he could not use, how Yoda would have smuggled it to Dagobah and why did he have an orange blade? From what we've seen, those apparently weren't in use during Yoda's time in the Jedi Order. I have not read the Dark Forces Saga, so that might be where this comes from. If it is definitely canon, then I would like to see at least some artwork featuring Yoda with an orange blade. Maybe he used it when he battled those Dark Jedi. A picture in Jedi vs. Sith would have been a great opportunity to showcase a different colored blade. And if Luke Skywalker sent a search party for it, maybe it would be interesting to have an adventure where some young Jedi actually go looking for it and find that it fell into the hands of some kind of Dark Side cult or something of that nature. Yes, that was already done somewhat in JJK with Kenobi's Blade, but with a more mature canon I'm sure it could make for a better story now.