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Greatest Force User of All Time

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Greatest Force User of All Time

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Gantoris_Aym
02.06.2012 , 11:40 PM | #31
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Total package? Kyle Katarn.
yesss haha Kyle Katarn! I am looking for my Jedi Academy game!

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sdlaurin
02.07.2012 , 12:12 AM | #32
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Ionin
02.07.2012 , 01:20 AM | #33
Palpatine. End of discussion for for powers, for light saber combat, for just about everything.

Force Storm? How has no one mentioned this?

Not the lame one in game, the one that spawns a BLACK HOLE.

it can eat planets, entire star fleets, transport people through time and space, send people into the past, future, from LIGHTYEARS away.


Black Hole > rock, paper, scissor, skywalker(s) et al.

Luke tried to stop his force storm alone and could not. It took a combined effort with Leia to turn it against Palpatine.

Or how about controlling the force enough to cloud the force sight of The ENTIRE Jedi Order. Literally blinding their ability to see the future, all without breaking a sweat.

For god sake, Palpatine is known for having access to every possible force power, and conceiving new ones at will. C'mon people!



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Supahhappy
02.07.2012 , 01:24 AM | #34
If we are going by most powerful force user, Zonoma Sekot seemed pretty powerful. though Luke is still pretty much a demi-god, so I can't really say who is stronger.
Has lost all faith in BioWare since EA has gutted them and stole their soul. Will never buy another game from this shell of its former self.

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DrewG
02.07.2012 , 02:23 AM | #35
Luke Skywalker – Luke is the most powerful Force User we have ever seen. He is head and shoulders above all others at this time. The amazing things that he has been able to do dwarf everyone else, and also we know that he has the potential Darth Vader had but didn’t destroy his body the way Vader did.

Darth Sidious – Emperor Palpatine was, according to canon, the most powerful Sith ever, with the exception of Vader if his power was realized. As such we have to give him a high position on this list. Palpatine was defeated by Luke in a test of both Lightsaber combat and Force abilities though and was found lacking. Thus I put him right below Luke in terms of sheer power.

Yoda – I met him in a swamp down on Dagobah, where it bubbles all the time like a giant carbonated soda… Y-O-D-A Yoda. We have to give it up for the muppet master who taught us all that size matters not. Able to match Darth Sidious blow for blow, and even overpower him in a pinch Yoda only “lost” to Sidious due to his small stature. As such Yoda must rank in on this list.

Darth Vader – Vader was said to be somewhere around 80% of Sidious’ power, and he would have been stronger if he had not ignored the benefit of the high ground. While he is no slouch, he simply can’t rank any higher than this on my personal list.
Nomi Sunrider – I have to give Nomi her proper respect. She is a little known character outside of the high EU circles but she is one bad mamma jamma. Nomi Sunrider was able to cut a Dark Sider off from the Force until they completely repented, a feat normally requiring a whole group of Jedi Masters. Had she been the main character in KoTOR II she would have mopped the floor with Sion and Nihilus with ease.


Hardcore fans will note a couple of names are left off this list, the reason for that is because there are specifically two I did not consider as valid entries. That is because one is a planet and we have no clue what the other is supposed to be. That would be the planet Zonema Sekot and the creature known as Abeloth. I don’t count them under the general term of Force User.

http://www.askajedi.com/2010/09/20/m...ul-force-user/

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SiLiZ
02.07.2012 , 02:46 AM | #36
1. Luke Skywalker - The only thing that bothers me is I say his name and see "Mark Hamill," who I personally think looks ridiculous.

2. Sidious + Abeloth

After this it's a mash up of Yoda, Nomi Sunrider, Ulic Qel Droma, Exar Kun, Nihilus, Revan, Plagueis, Vader, and various others. I really feel I should put Exar Kun right under Sidious and Abeloth. It took deception, Nomi Sunrider, and roughly 6000 Jedi to create the Wall of Light to purge Yavin 4 and Exar Kun of his physical body, bounding his spirit in his temple forever. Not enough to kill him completely.

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DeeckTator
02.07.2012 , 04:33 AM | #37
2. Luke was able to knock down a crippled AT-AT by pressing against it with the Force; he also absorbed the initial cannon blasts from the AT-AT, before deflecting the rest with his lightsaber.
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Oh yeah, well if we go EU, Starkiller forcepulled a bloody Star destroyer to the ground,

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DeeckTator
02.07.2012 , 04:55 AM | #38
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1. Luke Skywalker - The only thing that bothers me is I say his name and see "Mark Hamill," who I personally think looks ridiculous.
He was considered a prettyboy until his car crash where they had to "reconstruct" parts his face in surgery. Besides who didn't look ridiculous in the late 70's and the 80's

On January 11, 1977, one day before he was set to shoot one of the final scenes needed for Star Wars, Hamill was in a car accident in which he fractured his nose and left cheekbone,[3] which required seven hours of surgery. As a result of the accident, a double was used for the landspeeder pickup shots.

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Oberyom
02.07.2012 , 05:01 AM | #39
Princess Leia hands down. She didnt even get trained and *** pwned lukes cloan, saved luke and helped beat palpatine again, and not to mention gave birth to the second set of twins.

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DeeckTator
02.07.2012 , 05:38 AM | #40
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Darth Vader – Vader was said to be somewhere around 80% of Sidious’ power, and he would have been stronger if he had not ignored the benefit of the high ground.

http://www.askajedi.com/2010/09/20/m...ul-force-user/
That part never made any sense to me in the movie. I mean they had both been all over the place during that fight, both of them had the high ground multiple times. And then after that wild fight, suddenly the high ground was the major difference.

They had been doing acrobatic moves and blocked saberblows from all kinds of angles and positions, during flip-flops and what have you. Then suddenly that jump was an "impossible" move to succed for Vader. Made no sense to me.