The theories about the mysterious Supreme Leader Snoke (Andy Serkis) in “Star Wars: The Last Jedi” are endless unless fans already confirmed his real identity. The latest in the rumor mill is the alleged lightsaber owned solely by the sequel trilogy’s antagonist.

There are swirling rumors that the Force-sensitive humanoid alien has his own black lightsaber along with a huge dark kyber crystal ring. In a new YouTube video of the known “Star Wars” theorist Mike Zeroh, he revealed the possibilities that the villain indeed has his own sword.

The darksaber

If ever Supreme Leader Snoke really has a black lightsaber, this will be the first of its kind in the entire “Star Wars” history.

Mike Zeroh revealed that there is a sword called “darksaber” that has been introduced in “Star Wars Rebels.” Allegedly, the Wise Leader has a black kyber crystal that could later turn into a dark-colored lightsaber. “It really would be something completely unique in the ‘Star Wars’ films,” he said.

The alleged ring, too, is something that is going to feature a big twist in “Star Wars: The Last Jedi.” He also added that the blacksaber might be a hint that the antagonist can develop a weapon of his own that he could later use in a training with Kylo Ren (Adam Driver).

With his revelation, it is now a big question if fans are about to see the training of the former Ben Solo in “Episode 8.” Also, it is another mystery if it includes the apprentice’s lightsaber and the alleged darksaber of his master trainer. However, fans should only take this assumption with a grain of salt as the film’s director Rian Johnson earlier revealed that he doesn’t delve much into the main antagonist’s story.

BTS footages

Moreover, fans are now waiting for a new trailer for “Star Wars: The Last Jedi” as D23 2017 and San Diego Comic-Con are just around the corner.

However, Screen Rant reported that the movie’s eighth episode won’t be seen at the comic convention. Also, it has been said that a new teaser won’t be seen anytime soon, but fans could have a glimpse of the movie’s behind-the-scene footages at the upcoming Disney Expo.

Aside from that, the attendees will also see how Disney and Lucasfilm have worked together in “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” and “Rogue One: A Star Wars Story.” The BTS might feed the fans’ craving to see a glimpse of “The Last Jedi,” but they will be surely wanting for more. Also, this will work as a little teaser of what is about to come.