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{{CRLheader|Darth Vader: ROTJ|File:SL_vader_rotj_full.jpg|SL-4231|Carol Semenchuk}}
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{{CRLdetinfo|1110|Darth Vader: ROTS|SL|Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith|  
{{CRLdetinfo|1110|Darth Vader: ROTS|SL|Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith|  
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See also: [[Costuming:SL_anh_vader|ANH Vader]], [[Costuming:SL_anh_vader|ANH Vader]], [[Costuming:SL_esb_vader|ESB Vader]]}}
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'''See also:''' [[Costuming:SL_anh_vader|ANH Vader]], [[Costuming:SL_esb_vader|ESB Vader]], [[Costuming:SL_rotj_vader|ROTJ Vader]]}}
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{{CRLtemplate|File:SL_vader_rotj_dome.jpg|Dome|
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{{CRLtemplate|File:SL_vader_rots_dome.jpg|Dome|
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*The dome is gloss black.
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*The dome is gloss black and symmetrical.
*There is neither an indentation nor a sharp point in the front center of the dome brow between the eyes of the mask.|
*There is neither an indentation nor a sharp point in the front center of the dome brow between the eyes of the mask.|
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*The black paint used on the dome should match that used on the face mask and the chest armor.
*The black paint used on the dome should match that used on the face mask and the chest armor.
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*The brow of the dome should sit above the brows of the mask, but still contouring to them and allowing them to be revealed. The distance between the brows should not exceed one half of an inch.|
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*The brow of the dome should sit above the brows of the mask, and allows them to be fully revealed. The brow of the dome does not contour to the brows of the mask towards the outer edges.|
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*For Higher Accuracy:
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*When viewed from the side, the bottom of the dome should slope downward to the back and extend to the middle of the back edge of the face mask neck.
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*When viewed from the side, the dome should slope downward to the back in order to hide the back edge of the face mask neck.
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*The center ridge should be prominent from the rest of the dome and not rounded off.
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*The mohawk should be rounded off and not as prominent as the mohawk on the ANH or ESB dome.}}
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*When the wearer looks up such that the neck of the mask is touching the chest armor, the very back of the dome should almost be within two inches of the cape.}}
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{{CRLtemplate|File:SL_vader_rotj_face.jpg|Face Mask|
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{{CRLtemplate-onelevel|File:Blankwhite.gif|Face Mask|
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*The face mask is painted in an alternating pattern of gloss black and gloss gunmetal/dark grey.
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*The face mask is gloss black and symmetrical.
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*The face mask is asymmetrical.
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*The lenses are flat (not bubbled) and tinted dark grey (eyes are not visible behind lenses).
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*The lenses are slightly bubbled and tinted amber/dark grey.
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*The lower mouth vent is triangular with rounded corners, and is roughly the size of the upper mouth vent.
*The lower mouth vent is triangular with rounded corners, and is roughly the size of the upper mouth vent.
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*Large, black, diamond-shaped mesh is inset in both vents; additional black screen backing may be used to conceal the wearer’s face further.
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*Large, black, diamond-shaped mesh is inset in both vents; additional black screen backing is used to conceal the wearer’s face further.
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*The tusks are metal, silver, and have pointed tips.
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*The tusks are metal, silver, and have pointed (conical) tips.
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*The neck of the face mask rests on the chest armor.
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*The neck of the face mask extends under the chest armor and curves at the base to rest along the base of the wearer's neck.
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*No skin is visible from any angle (under or through the mask).|
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*No skin is visible from any angle (under or through the mask).
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*The black and grey paints used on the face mask should match that used on the dome and the chest armor.
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*''Allowed (but not recommended): The tusks may have rounded (hemispherical) tips.''|
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*The black paint used on the face mask should match that used on the dome and the chest armor.
*All features of the face mask (corners, edges, etc.) should have a sharp, crisp, and non-rounded look to them.
*All features of the face mask (corners, edges, etc.) should have a sharp, crisp, and non-rounded look to them.
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*No neck brace should be worn with the face mask.|
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*No neck brace should be worn with the face mask.
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*The eye sockets (areas bordering the lenses) should be painted black with the exception of the bridge of the nose.
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*Even though the dome only extends to mid neck length in the back, the back edge of the neck should still not be visible because it should be under the chest armor.| }}
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*On the wearer's right, the grey section directly above the cheek should come to a sharp point on the side of the nose.
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*The small lower sections of each cheek should be painted the opposite color of the corresponding cheek (wearer's right should be grey and the wearer's left should be black to contrast each cheek).
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*The neck of the face mask should sit on the top end of the cape hook and just above the cape chain.}}
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{{CRLtemplate|File:SL_vader_rotj_cape.jpg|Cape|
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{{CRLtemplate|File:Blankwhite.gif|Cape|
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*The cape is made of black wool (or wool equivalent), three-quarters circle, floor length, and lined with black satin.
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*The cape is made of black wool (or wool equivalent), one-half circle, floor length, and lined with black satin.
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*The cape collar is black leather (or leather-like material), and is one and one half inches in width.
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*The cape collar is the same material as the cape, and is two inches in width.
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*The cape collar is held closed with a plastic rectangular/oblong linked dark grey cape chain.
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*A cape chain is visibly hanging from each end of the cape collar (note: the chain itself has no functionality and does not keep the cape in place).
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*The cape collar is worn with the cape chain showing. The cape chain is positioned so that there is an equal length of chain on either side of the cape hook.
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*The cape chain is gloss black and metal with rectangular links about one-half inch in length, and is attached to the underside of the collar.
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*There is no visible cape chain attachment device on the outside of the collar.|
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*There is no visible cape or cape chain attachment device visible when in full costume.|
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*The cape should be made of wool and the cape collar should be made of leather.
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*The cape and collar should be made of wool crepe.
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*The cape collar should partially overlap onto the neck of the face mask.
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*The cape collar should not be visible in full costume when viewing the wearer from behind.
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*The cape chain should be fastened in the vertical middle to the back side of the collar.
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*The cape should be held in place by two hooks located on the underside of the ends of the collar (in line with the chain).
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*The cape chain should not be fastened at the very end of the collar.|
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*The hooks should fit into slots on the chest armor near the neck.
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*The cape should be constructed in six panels.
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*The cape chain should be attached near the top edge of the underside of the collar.
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*An odd number of cape chain links should show (more specifically five or seven) and it should be hooked to the cape hook on the chest armor via the center of the center link.
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*The edges of the cape should drape over the shoulder bells, thus allowing them to be visible.|
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*The cape chain should contour to the curve of the neck of the face mask.}}
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*The cape should be constructed in four to six panels (sections of wool).
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*There should be 12 to 15 links of the cape chain showing.
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*The cape chain should contour to the curve of the neck opening of the chest armor.}}
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{{CRLtemplate|File:SL_vader_rotj_chest.jpg|Chest Armor|
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{{CRLtemplate|File:SL_vader_rots_armor.jpg|Chest Armor|
*The chest armor is painted in an alternating pattern of gloss black and gloss gunmetal/dark grey.
*The chest armor is painted in an alternating pattern of gloss black and gloss gunmetal/dark grey.
*The centermost raised section is grey, and all other raised sections are black.
*The centermost raised section is grey, and all other raised sections are black.
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*The shoulder bells are entirely black, and are each attached to the chest armor by two straps.
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*The shoulder bells are grey with black raised sections, and are each fixed to the chest armor via hinges or equivalent.
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*There is a visible thin dull bronze cape hook on the vertical center line of the chest armor and it is located approximately one inch down from the top of the chest armor.
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*The shoulder bells attach such that they appear as part of the armor (their shape contours to the shape of the rest of the chest armor).
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*The neck of the mask sits under the chest armor.|
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*The black paint used on the chest armor should match that used on the dome and the face mask.
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*Two slots should be present on either side of the neck (on the black raised section) where the cape ends so that the cape hooks can secure the cape in place.
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*The armor should be fitted with padding if necessary to ensure 1) the bottom of the armor does not rise up substantially off the chest, and 2) the back of the chest armor does not stick out substantially through the cape.|
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*The very bottom of the chest armor differs from the Original Trilogy versions. The section starting at and between the two center-most raised black sections should be horizontal and not be a continuation of the bottom edge. Likewise, the sections to the outside of both outer-most raised black sections should level off.}}
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*Optional: The shoulder bells may be painted gunmetal/dark grey with black raised areas.|
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{{CRLtemplate|File:Blankwhite.gif|Inner Robe|
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*The black and grey paints used on the chest armor should match that used on the dome and the face mask.
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*The armor should be fitted with padding if necessary to ensure 1) the bottom of the armor does not rise up substantially off the chest, 2) the back of the chest armor does not stick out substantially through the cape, 3) the shoulder bells rest on and move with the arms, and 4) that the side of the chest armor and the top of the shoulder bells are almost flush.
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*The shoulder bells should be solid black.| }}
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{{CRLtemplate|File:SL_vader_rotj_surcoat.jpg|Inner Robe|
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*The inner robe is made of the same material as the outside of the cape.
*The inner robe is made of the same material as the outside of the cape.
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*It is ankle length, and worn over the codpiece, but under the chest armor and belt, and the front sides are one to two inches away from the chestbox.
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*It is ankle length, and worn over the codpiece, but under the chest armor and belt, and the front sides are approximately three inches away from the chestbox.
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*The side seams are open from the belt down.
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*The side seams are sewn from the belt down.
*There are three pleats/darts on each side of the inner robe that run perpendicular to the belt. These pleats run from the belt to mid-chestbox level.|
*There are three pleats/darts on each side of the inner robe that run perpendicular to the belt. These pleats run from the belt to mid-chestbox level.|
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*The pleats/darts should start one inch from the front edge of the inner robe, and be spaced one inch apart from each other.
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*The pleats/darts should start approximately two to three inches from the front edge of the inner robe, and be spaced one inch apart from each other.
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*The arm opening should be large enough for the body suit to be seen under the arm.| }}
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*The arm opening should extend almost all the way to the belt.|
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*The inner robe should be secured firmly by the belt so that the area between the belt and chest armor stays close to the wearer and is pulled taut.
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*The opening of the inner robe should gradually get larger as it approaches the chest armor (the edges should not be completely vertical from the belt to under the chest armor).}}
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{{CRLtemplate|File:SL_vader_rotj_chestbox.jpg|Chestbox|
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{{CRLtemplate|File:SL_vader_rots_chestbox.jpg|Chestbox|
*The chestbox is square, satin black, and worn right below the chest armor.
*The chestbox is square, satin black, and worn right below the chest armor.
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*The black leather (or leather-like material) one inch wide straps are worn over the bodysuit, but under the chest armor and inner robe, and attach to the top and sides of the chestbox as shown.
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*There are no visible straps since the chestbox is fixed directly to the bodysuit.
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*On the face of the chestbox there are two metal silver rods on each side.
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*The face of the chestbox consists of:
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*The rods have black brackets at the top, which contain upside down “U” shaped cutouts towards the inside at the bottom. They also mirror image one another.
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**Two metal silver rods on each side that are machined as shown.
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*The brackets at the bottom are bronze in appearance and bear a finned design.
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**Three vertically stacked metal silver coin slots on the wearer's right. These coin slots blink red.
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*Three vertically stacked metal silver coin slots on the wearer's right. These coin slots should blink red.
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**A green colored panel (upper) and a red colored panel (lower) are on the wearer’s left and each are mounted in a raised black area slightly larger than the panels themselves. These panels are constantly lit.
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*A blue colored panel (upper) and a red colored panel (lower) are on the wearer’s left and each are mounted in a raised black area slightly larger than the panels themselves. These panels are unlit.
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**Along the bottom are four rocker switches which are mounted individually and are, from wearer's right to left, red and three grey. The red rocker switch is constantly lit.
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*Along the bottom are four rocker switches which are mounted in a raised black section at their base and are, from wearer's right to left, three grey and one red.
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**There are no small metal silver switches or any text anywhere on the chestbox.|
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*Small metal silver switches appear between the outermost rockers and between the colored panels (three total).
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*Exotic (not aurebesh) text appears below each of the coin slots.
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*Optional: The blue and red colored panel may be lit.|
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*In terms of width, the chestbox should extend just past the center-most black sections of the chest armor.
*In terms of width, the chestbox should extend just past the center-most black sections of the chest armor.
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*The straps should be made of leather.
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*The coin slots should not blink too rapidly (strobe) nor stay lit for more than a couple of seconds.|
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*The coin slots should not blink too rapidly (strobe) nor stay lit for more than a couple of seconds.
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*The surface surrounding the lit portion of the coinslots should be painted black.
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*The blue and red colored panels should not be lit.
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*Only the metal silver switches between the rockers should resemble each another. All should also have more of a chrome appearance as opposed to a machined aluminum appearance.|
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*The chestbox should be slightly weathered and the straps should look slightly aged.
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*The bronze brackets should mirror image one another, or two (wearer’s) right ones can be used.
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*The center of each coin slot should have square corners, and contains a semi-translucent red material.}}
*The center of each coin slot should have square corners, and contains a semi-translucent red material.}}
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{{CRLtemplate|File:SL_vader_anh_suit.jpg|Bodysuit|
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{{CRLtemplate|File:Blankwhite.gif|Bodysuit|
*The body suit is made of black leather (or leather-like material), fitted to the wearer, and quilted in lines spaced one inch apart down the torso, arms, and legs.
*The body suit is made of black leather (or leather-like material), fitted to the wearer, and quilted in lines spaced one inch apart down the torso, arms, and legs.
*A one, two, or three piece suit is acceptable.
*A one, two, or three piece suit is acceptable.
*An open mesh back is also acceptable for comfort and heat dispersal.|
*An open mesh back is also acceptable for comfort and heat dispersal.|
*The body suit should be made of leather.
*The body suit should be made of leather.
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*It should have a wrinkled/worn appearance.|
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*It should have an unused/non-wrinkled appearance.|
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*The body suit should be made of three pieces: A top with sleeves, a vest, and pants.}}
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*The body suit should be one piece.}}
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{{CRLtemplate|File:SL_vader_rotj_gloves.jpg|Gloves|
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{{CRLtemplate|File:SL_vader_rots_gloves.jpg|Gloves|
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*The gloves are black leather (or leather-like material) and mid-forearm in length.
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*The gloves are black leather (or leather-like material) and mid-forearm length.
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*The upper surface is quilted in lines spaced one inch apart which run parallel to the arm and start just behind the knuckles.
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*The upper surface is quilted in lines spaced approximately one inch apart which run parallel to the arm and start just behind the knuckles. The starting area is curved and not rectangular.
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*The palm side has no quilted lines.|
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*The quilted lines on the upper surface are straight and DO NOT form a "V".
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*The palm side has no quilted lines([http://www.501st.com/databank/File:SL_vader_rots_gloves2.jpg view image]).|
*The gloves should be made of leather (more specifically, it should match the leather of the body suit).
*The gloves should be made of leather (more specifically, it should match the leather of the body suit).
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*The gloves should slightly flare out at the end opening on the outside (little finger side), but not on the inside (thumb side).|
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*The gloves should flare out at the end opening on the outside (little finger side), but not on the inside (thumb side).
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*The stitching on the gloves with the exception of the quilted lines is external.
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*There should be six long sections created by the quilted lines on the upper surface; they are not of uniform width (the outermost section is very thin).|
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*Excluding the thumb, there should be four pieces of material sewn together to make up each finger.}}
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*The quilted lines should be very finely stitched, and the upper surface should be padded minimally.
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*Of the long quilted sections, four are rectangular and run parallel to the arm while the outermost two curve with the flare of the glove and still maintain a constant width. The remaining area between the rectangular and curved sections contains two more quilted lines that run parallel to the curved sections.
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*The stitching on the gloves with the exception of the quilted lines should be external.
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*The finger portion (not including the thumb) of the glove should be constructed in a typical glove fashion and contain three fourchettes-one between each set of fingers.}}
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{{CRLtemplate|File:SL_vader_rotj_belt.jpg|Belt|
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{{CRLtemplate|File:SL_vader_rots_belt.jpg|Belt|
*The belt is made of black leather (or leather-like material) and is two inches wide.
*The belt is made of black leather (or leather-like material) and is two inches wide.
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*The lightsaber hook is silver, metal, and held to the backside of the belt on the wearer's left hip by two silver rivets.
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*The buckle is metal, and slightly smaller than the belt boxes in terms of height.
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*The buckle is metal, and roughly the same height as the belt boxes.
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*The base layer of the buckle is black and rectangular.
*The base layer of the buckle is black and rectangular.
*The second layer is silver and in the shape of a "D."
*The second layer is silver and in the shape of a "D."
*There are five thin progressively smaller square edged cutouts (the smallest is still a rectangular cutout and is neither a circle nor a square) in a triangular formation on the wearer's right.
*There are five thin progressively smaller square edged cutouts (the smallest is still a rectangular cutout and is neither a circle nor a square) in a triangular formation on the wearer's right.
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*The top layer of the buckle consists of a silver circle located on the center of the arc of the "D."
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*The top layer of the buckle consists of a silver circle located on the center of the arc of the "D."|
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*Optional: The cutouts on the second layer of the buckle may have rounded edges.|
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*The belt should be made of leather.
*The belt should be made of leather.
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*The belt should have incised lines one fourth of an inch from the top and bottom.
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*The belt should have incised lines one eighth of an inch from the top and bottom.
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*The base layer of the buckle should not be gloss black.
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*The base layer of the buckle should not be gloss black.|
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*The cutouts on the second layer of the buckle should not have rounded edges.
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*The buckle should be the same size as the ANH/ESB and ROTJ buckles; the "D" is larger, thus making the back plate appear smaller.}}
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*To the wearer’s left of the buckle, there should be a metallic stud/rivet on the horizontal centerline of the belt, no more than one inch away from the buckle.|
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*The belt should look aged, and the buckle should be weathered.}}
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{{CRLtemplate|File:Blankwhite.gif|Belt Boxes|
{{CRLtemplate|File:Blankwhite.gif|Belt Boxes|
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*The belt boxes are black and centered vertically on the belt one and one-half to two inches from the buckle, and mirror image one another.
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*The belt boxes are black and centered vertically on the belt approximately three inches from the buckle, and mirror image one another.
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*The belt boxes sit in the recessed areas in the top of the cod piece.
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*The back side of each box is removable and meets flush with the rest of the box.
*From the center outwards each box has:
*From the center outwards each box has:
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*two opaque green rectangular light panels (bordered by a thin raised black section) above a half strip of braid-reinforced transparent hose inset in a rectangular cutout,
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**two opaque green square light panels (bordered by a thin raised black section) above a rectangular inset containing silver diamond-shaped metal screen,
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*a cylindrical opaque red light,
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**a cylindrical opaque red light set in chrome housing,
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*and six silver posts with smooth sides (in two vertical columns of three).
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**and six silver posts with grooved (knurled) sides (in two vertical columns of three).
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*All lights are constantly lit.
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**All lights are constantly lit.|
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*The belt boxes should not be metal.|
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*The boxes should be slightly glossed/polished.}}
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*Optional: The red light may be a small domed opaque light.
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{{CRLtemplate-onelevel|File:SL_vader_rots_lightsaber.jpg|Lightsaber|
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*Optional: The red light may also be set in a chrome ring.
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*The lightsaber should be a Master Replicas or custom built to match the hilt used in ROTS.
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*Optional: The six silver posts may have grooved sides.|
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*The metal has a chrome appearance.
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*The belt boxes should not be metal.
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*The red light should be cylindrical and not domed.
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*The red light should not be set in a chrome ring.|
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*The boxes should be slightly weathered.
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*The backside of the boxes should be removable, not the front.}}
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{{CRLtemplate|File:SL_vader_rotj_saber.jpg|Lightsaber|
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*The lightsaber should be a Master Replicas or custom built based on the Graflex 3-Cell flash handle to match the hilt used in ROTJ.
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*The metal should have a machined aluminum appearance.
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*The grips extend all the way to the middle section.
*The grips extend all the way to the middle section.
*A lever is not present on the box on the middle section.
*A lever is not present on the box on the middle section.
*There are no connecting wires towards the top of the lightsaber.
*There are no connecting wires towards the top of the lightsaber.
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*There are circular cutouts on the upper half of the lightsaber; some have a black object screwed into them bearing a hex shaped cutout in their center.
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*There are no D-rings on the lightsaber.
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*There is a D-ring at the top and the bottom of the lightsaber.
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*There is a device towards the base end to mount into the Covertec clip.
*The lightsaber should only be required as long as it's in compliance with the applicant’s local laws.
*The lightsaber should only be required as long as it's in compliance with the applicant’s local laws.
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*The lightsaber requirement may also be waived due to availability since it was not visible in the movie.|
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*The lightsaber should be capable of being belt worn with the emitter facing downwards (detachable blade or no blade).
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*The lightsaber should be a 1:1 scale of the lightsaber used in the film.| }}
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{{CRLtemplate-onelevel|File:Lightsaberclip.jpg|Lightsaber Clip|
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*The lightsaber should be capable of being belt worn with the emitter facing upwards (detachable blade or no blade).
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*A Covertec clip or Hasbro clip is present to secure the lightsaber.  
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*The lightsaber should be the ROTJ version.
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*It is attached to the belt on the wearer's right hip.  
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*The lightsaber should be a 1:1 scale of the lightsaber used in the film.|
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*It is solid black in color.|
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*The lightsaber should be slightly weathered.}}
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*The clip should be a Covertec.| }}
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{{CRLtemplate|File:SL_vader_rotj_cod.jpg|Codpiece|
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{{CRLtemplate-onelevel|File:SL_vader_rots_codpiece.jpg|Codpiece|
*The codpiece is a padded-construction and faced in black leather (or leather-like material).
*The codpiece is a padded-construction and faced in black leather (or leather-like material).
*It is worn over the bodysuit, directly below the belt, and under the inner robe.
*It is worn over the bodysuit, directly below the belt, and under the inner robe.
*It covers the front of the groin area and extends to the hips.
*It covers the front of the groin area and extends to the hips.
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*In its center, there is a slight rectangular inset with rounded corners that is edged with rolled piping.|
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*There are two recessed areas along the top for the belt boxes.
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*The codpiece should be made of leather, have a wrinkled/worn appearance, and not be thicker than one inch.
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*In its center, there is a deep rectangular inset with rounded corners that is edged with rolled piping.|
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*The area of the codpiece under the belt boxes should be no taller than one-third of the area under the belt buckle.
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*The codpiece should be made of leather, have a stiff/smooth textured appearance, and not be thicker than one inch.
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*A piece of leather with a smoother look (when compared to that of rest of the codpiece) should seemingly emerge from the backside at mid-height and gradually become more noticeable as it overlaps the bottom front of the codpiece.| }}
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*The area of the codpiece under the belt boxes should be slightly taller than one-third of the area under the belt buckle.
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*The area below the inset is rounded to meet flush with the back of the cod.| }}
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{{CRLtemplate|File:SL_vader_rotj_shins.jpg|Shin Guards|
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{{CRLtemplate-nolevels|File:SL_vader_rots_shinarmor.jpg|Shin Guards|
*The shin guards are gloss black.
*The shin guards are gloss black.
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*Each shin guard covers the leg from the ankle to the knee, and at least one half the leg on the side.
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*Each shin guard covers the leg from the ankle to the knee, and at least one half the leg when viewed from the side.
*The knee is shaped like a cut diamond.
*The knee is shaped like a cut diamond.
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*Below the knee are six small square protrusions in a horizontal line (three to each side).
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*Below the knee are six small square protrusions in a horizontal line (three on each side).
*On both sides of the raised area along the center, a long "U" shaped cutout starts at mid-armor height, and gradually increases in depth.
*On both sides of the raised area along the center, a long "U" shaped cutout starts at mid-armor height, and gradually increases in depth.
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Description: Darth Vader: ROTS
Prefix: SL
Detachment: Sith Lord Detachment
Context: Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith

See also: ANH Vader, ESB Vader, ROTJ Vader


The 501st approval requirements are listed in black.

The Sith Lord Detachment defines additional, optional levels of costuming excellence. In the page below, items listed under "For level two certification" are recommended features that will greatly improve the quality of the costume. These items are not required for 501st membership, but are highly recommended. Items listed under "For level three certification" are some of the highest level accuracy features for those who strive to be screen accurate. These items are also not required for 501st membership.

Also note that these two additional "certification levels" DO NOT correspond to the Advanced Standards program of the Sith Lord Detachment, and you are encouraged to visit the Sith Lord Detachment Forum for more information.


For 501st membership, only the requirements in black need to be met.


  • Please note:
  • Visit the Frequently asked questions page for information on the Rubies Supreme Vader costume.
  • All uses of the term silver in this document imply a machined aluminum look.
  • Weathered or used aspects referred to in text, may not necessarily be depicted in photos.
  • Click pictures to enlarge and view details; the text only highlights the key aspects of each component.

  • This CRL is a work in progress.
  • This costume may be approved by GMLs, but until the library entry is complete, it is suggested that this character first be submitted to the appropriate DL/GML peer review section of the legion forum.
  • If you have this costume and would like to assist with the completion of this library entry, please contact your detachment leader.
  • Please note that the use of the word "should" below does not indicate that the armor piece is considered open to interpretation. All instances of "should be" and "should have" will be replaced with "is" and "has", as this guide is completed.
Required Costume Components

The following costume components are present and appear as described below.

SL vader rots dome.jpg Dome
For 501st approval:
  • The dome is gloss black and symmetrical.
  • There is neither an indentation nor a sharp point in the front center of the dome brow between the eyes of the mask.
For level two certification (if applicable):
  • The black paint used on the dome should match that used on the face mask and the chest armor.
  • The brow of the dome should sit above the brows of the mask, and allows them to be fully revealed. The brow of the dome does not contour to the brows of the mask towards the outer edges.
For level three certification (if applicable):
  • When viewed from the side, the bottom of the dome should slope downward to the back and extend to the middle of the back edge of the face mask neck.
  • The center ridge should be prominent from the rest of the dome and not rounded off.
  • When the wearer looks up such that the neck of the mask is touching the chest armor, the very back of the dome should almost be within two inches of the cape.
Blankwhite.gif Face Mask
For 501st approval:
  • The face mask is gloss black and symmetrical.
  • The lenses are flat (not bubbled) and tinted dark grey (eyes are not visible behind lenses).
  • The lower mouth vent is triangular with rounded corners, and is roughly the size of the upper mouth vent.
  • Large, black, diamond-shaped mesh is inset in both vents; additional black screen backing is used to conceal the wearer’s face further.
  • The tusks are metal, silver, and have pointed (conical) tips.
  • The neck of the face mask extends under the chest armor and curves at the base to rest along the base of the wearer's neck.
  • No skin is visible from any angle (under or through the mask).
  • Allowed (but not recommended): The tusks may have rounded (hemispherical) tips.
For level two certification (if applicable):
  • The black paint used on the face mask should match that used on the dome and the chest armor.
  • All features of the face mask (corners, edges, etc.) should have a sharp, crisp, and non-rounded look to them.
  • No neck brace should be worn with the face mask.
  • Even though the dome only extends to mid neck length in the back, the back edge of the neck should still not be visible because it should be under the chest armor.
Blankwhite.gif Cape
For 501st approval:
  • The cape is made of black wool (or wool equivalent), one-half circle, floor length, and lined with black satin.
  • The cape collar is the same material as the cape, and is two inches in width.
  • A cape chain is visibly hanging from each end of the cape collar (note: the chain itself has no functionality and does not keep the cape in place).
  • The cape chain is gloss black and metal with rectangular links about one-half inch in length, and is attached to the underside of the collar.
  • There is no visible cape or cape chain attachment device visible when in full costume.
For level two certification (if applicable):
  • The cape and collar should be made of wool crepe.
  • The cape collar should not be visible in full costume when viewing the wearer from behind.
  • The cape should be held in place by two hooks located on the underside of the ends of the collar (in line with the chain).
  • The hooks should fit into slots on the chest armor near the neck.
  • The cape chain should be attached near the top edge of the underside of the collar.
  • The edges of the cape should drape over the shoulder bells, thus allowing them to be visible.
For level three certification (if applicable):
  • The cape should be constructed in four to six panels (sections of wool).
  • There should be 12 to 15 links of the cape chain showing.
  • The cape chain should contour to the curve of the neck opening of the chest armor.
SL vader rots armor.jpg Chest Armor
For 501st approval:
  • The chest armor is painted in an alternating pattern of gloss black and gloss gunmetal/dark grey.
  • The centermost raised section is grey, and all other raised sections are black.
  • The shoulder bells are grey with black raised sections, and are each fixed to the chest armor via hinges or equivalent.
  • The shoulder bells attach such that they appear as part of the armor (their shape contours to the shape of the rest of the chest armor).
  • The neck of the mask sits under the chest armor.
For level two certification (if applicable):
  • The black paint used on the chest armor should match that used on the dome and the face mask.
  • Two slots should be present on either side of the neck (on the black raised section) where the cape ends so that the cape hooks can secure the cape in place.
  • The armor should be fitted with padding if necessary to ensure 1) the bottom of the armor does not rise up substantially off the chest, and 2) the back of the chest armor does not stick out substantially through the cape.
For level three certification (if applicable):
  • The very bottom of the chest armor differs from the Original Trilogy versions. The section starting at and between the two center-most raised black sections should be horizontal and not be a continuation of the bottom edge. Likewise, the sections to the outside of both outer-most raised black sections should level off.
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For 501st approval:
  • The inner robe is made of the same material as the outside of the cape.
  • It is ankle length, and worn over the codpiece, but under the chest armor and belt, and the front sides are approximately three inches away from the chestbox.
  • The side seams are sewn from the belt down.
  • There are three pleats/darts on each side of the inner robe that run perpendicular to the belt. These pleats run from the belt to mid-chestbox level.
For level two certification (if applicable):
  • The pleats/darts should start approximately two to three inches from the front edge of the inner robe, and be spaced one inch apart from each other.
  • The arm opening should extend almost all the way to the belt.
For level three certification (if applicable):
  • The inner robe should be secured firmly by the belt so that the area between the belt and chest armor stays close to the wearer and is pulled taut.
  • The opening of the inner robe should gradually get larger as it approaches the chest armor (the edges should not be completely vertical from the belt to under the chest armor).
SL vader rots chestbox.jpg Chestbox
For 501st approval:
  • The chestbox is square, satin black, and worn right below the chest armor.
  • There are no visible straps since the chestbox is fixed directly to the bodysuit.
  • The face of the chestbox consists of:
    • Two metal silver rods on each side that are machined as shown.
    • Three vertically stacked metal silver coin slots on the wearer's right. These coin slots blink red.
    • A green colored panel (upper) and a red colored panel (lower) are on the wearer’s left and each are mounted in a raised black area slightly larger than the panels themselves. These panels are constantly lit.
    • Along the bottom are four rocker switches which are mounted individually and are, from wearer's right to left, red and three grey. The red rocker switch is constantly lit.
    • There are no small metal silver switches or any text anywhere on the chestbox.
For level two certification (if applicable):
  • In terms of width, the chestbox should extend just past the center-most black sections of the chest armor.
  • The coin slots should not blink too rapidly (strobe) nor stay lit for more than a couple of seconds.
For level three certification (if applicable):
  • The center of each coin slot should have square corners, and contains a semi-translucent red material.
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For 501st approval:
  • The body suit is made of black leather (or leather-like material), fitted to the wearer, and quilted in lines spaced one inch apart down the torso, arms, and legs.
  • A one, two, or three piece suit is acceptable.
  • An open mesh back is also acceptable for comfort and heat dispersal.
For level two certification (if applicable):
  • The body suit should be made of leather.
  • It should have an unused/non-wrinkled appearance.
For level three certification (if applicable):
  • The body suit should be one piece.
SL vader rots gloves.jpg Gloves
For 501st approval:
  • The gloves are black leather (or leather-like material) and mid-forearm length.
  • The upper surface is quilted in lines spaced approximately one inch apart which run parallel to the arm and start just behind the knuckles. The starting area is curved and not rectangular.
  • The quilted lines on the upper surface are straight and DO NOT form a "V".
  • The palm side has no quilted lines(view image).
For level two certification (if applicable):
  • The gloves should be made of leather (more specifically, it should match the leather of the body suit).
  • The gloves should flare out at the end opening on the outside (little finger side), but not on the inside (thumb side).
  • There should be six long sections created by the quilted lines on the upper surface; they are not of uniform width (the outermost section is very thin).
For level three certification (if applicable):
  • The quilted lines should be very finely stitched, and the upper surface should be padded minimally.
  • Of the long quilted sections, four are rectangular and run parallel to the arm while the outermost two curve with the flare of the glove and still maintain a constant width. The remaining area between the rectangular and curved sections contains two more quilted lines that run parallel to the curved sections.
  • The stitching on the gloves with the exception of the quilted lines should be external.
  • The finger portion (not including the thumb) of the glove should be constructed in a typical glove fashion and contain three fourchettes-one between each set of fingers.
SL vader rots belt.jpg Belt
For 501st approval:
  • The belt is made of black leather (or leather-like material) and is two inches wide.
  • The buckle is metal, and slightly smaller than the belt boxes in terms of height.
  • The base layer of the buckle is black and rectangular.
  • The second layer is silver and in the shape of a "D."
  • There are five thin progressively smaller square edged cutouts (the smallest is still a rectangular cutout and is neither a circle nor a square) in a triangular formation on the wearer's right.
  • The top layer of the buckle consists of a silver circle located on the center of the arc of the "D."
For level two certification (if applicable):
  • The belt should be made of leather.
  • The belt should have incised lines one eighth of an inch from the top and bottom.
  • The base layer of the buckle should not be gloss black.
For level three certification (if applicable):
  • The buckle should be the same size as the ANH/ESB and ROTJ buckles; the "D" is larger, thus making the back plate appear smaller.
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For 501st approval:
  • The belt boxes are black and centered vertically on the belt approximately three inches from the buckle, and mirror image one another.
  • The belt boxes sit in the recessed areas in the top of the cod piece.
  • The back side of each box is removable and meets flush with the rest of the box.
  • From the center outwards each box has:
    • two opaque green square light panels (bordered by a thin raised black section) above a rectangular inset containing silver diamond-shaped metal screen,
    • a cylindrical opaque red light set in chrome housing,
    • and six silver posts with grooved (knurled) sides (in two vertical columns of three).
    • All lights are constantly lit.
For level two certification (if applicable):
  • The belt boxes should not be metal.
For level three certification (if applicable):
  • The boxes should be slightly glossed/polished.
SL vader rots lightsaber.jpg Lightsaber
For 501st approval:
  • The lightsaber should be a Master Replicas or custom built to match the hilt used in ROTS.
  • The metal has a chrome appearance.
  • The grips extend all the way to the middle section.
  • A lever is not present on the box on the middle section.
  • There are no connecting wires towards the top of the lightsaber.
  • There are no D-rings on the lightsaber.
  • There is a device towards the base end to mount into the Covertec clip.
  • The lightsaber should only be required as long as it's in compliance with the applicant’s local laws.
  • The lightsaber requirement may also be waived due to availability since it was not visible in the movie.
For level two certification (if applicable):
  • The lightsaber should be capable of being belt worn with the emitter facing downwards (detachable blade or no blade).
  • The lightsaber should be a 1:1 scale of the lightsaber used in the film.
Lightsaberclip.jpg Lightsaber Clip
For 501st approval:
  • A Covertec clip or Hasbro clip is present to secure the lightsaber.
  • It is attached to the belt on the wearer's right hip.
  • It is solid black in color.
For level two certification (if applicable):
  • The clip should be a Covertec.
SL vader rots codpiece.jpg Codpiece
For 501st approval:
  • The codpiece is a padded-construction and faced in black leather (or leather-like material).
  • It is worn over the bodysuit, directly below the belt, and under the inner robe.
  • It covers the front of the groin area and extends to the hips.
  • There are two recessed areas along the top for the belt boxes.
  • In its center, there is a deep rectangular inset with rounded corners that is edged with rolled piping.
For level two certification (if applicable):
  • The codpiece should be made of leather, have a stiff/smooth textured appearance, and not be thicker than one inch.
  • The area of the codpiece under the belt boxes should be slightly taller than one-third of the area under the belt buckle.
  • The area below the inset is rounded to meet flush with the back of the cod.
SL vader rots shinarmor.jpg Shin Guards
For 501st approval:
  • The shin guards are gloss black.
  • Each shin guard covers the leg from the ankle to the knee, and at least one half the leg when viewed from the side.
  • The knee is shaped like a cut diamond.
  • Below the knee are six small square protrusions in a horizontal line (three on each side).
  • On both sides of the raised area along the center, a long "U" shaped cutout starts at mid-armor height, and gradually increases in depth.
  • The shin guards are attached by two straps that go around the boot.
  • Both shin guards are symmetrical.


SL vader rots boots.jpg Boots
For 501st approval:
  • The boots are made of black leather (or leather-like material) with a medium gloss shine and are lace-less.
  • They come to just below knee height, have a rounded toe, and a smooth textured appearance.
  • There is no noticeable zipper in full costume.
  • The sole of the front does not exceed one inch in thickness and the heel does not exceed three inches in thickness.
For level two certification (if applicable):
  • The boots should be made of leather.
  • The sole should not be excessive in either the front or back of the foot. It may be more than allowed in the Original Trilogy boots since the boots in ROTS had noticeable lifts.
  • Internal lifts (if used) should not be noticeable.

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