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Sith Triumvirate + Darth Revan and Malak vs the Sith Emperor

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Sith Triumvirate + Darth Revan and Malak vs the Sith Emperor

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Darkondo
02.07.2013 , 09:57 AM | #81
In short Nihilus would consume every single one of these combatants on the list and be satisfied for the next 20years or so. The only ones walking out for sure would be Nihilus and Sion since hes shown to survive Nihilus' force drain and cant die. Traya would probably survive (she has before) but im not completely positive she would.

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Beniboybling
02.07.2013 , 10:52 AM | #82
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In short Nihilus would consume every single one of these combatants on the list and be satisfied for the next 20years or so. The only ones walking out for sure would be Nihilus and Sion since hes shown to survive Nihilus' force drain and cant die. Traya would probably survive (she has before) but im not completely positive she would.
Remember that Nihilus is still sentient, despite being driven by hunger he is not like a rancor who gobbles up everything. He orchestrated several elements of the Dark Wars including his alliance with Vaklu. So its obvious that Nihilus can be manipulative, cunning and use diplomacy. For that reason I don't think Nihilus would just turn on his allies and consume everything. He is capable of just consuming the Sith Emperor and being done - remember he once served Traya (I assume this would be their relationship) and had an alliance with Sion.

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Darkondo
02.07.2013 , 11:03 AM | #83
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Remember that Nihilus is still sentient, despite being driven by hunger he is not like a rancor who gobbles up everything. He orchestrated several elements of the Dark Wars including his alliance with Vaklu. So its obvious that Nihilus can be manipulative, cunning and use diplomacy. For that reason I don't think Nihilus would just turn on his allies and consume everything. He is capable of just consuming the Sith Emperor and being done - remember he once served Traya (I assume this would be their relationship) and had an alliance with Sion.
That is true, I forgot about that, also wouldnt Traya also be a wound in the force since Nihilus had once stripped her of it and it seems that she and the exile got it back in the same way through each other?

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Beniboybling
02.07.2013 , 11:28 AM | #84
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That is true, I forgot about that, also wouldnt Traya also be a wound in the force since Nihilus had once stripped her of it and it seems that she and the exile got it back in the same way through each other?
No, that's not how 'wounds' are made. Wounds in the Force are formed when a great many lives are suddenly extinguished at the same time e.g. Malachor V & Alderaan. Stripping one of the Force doesn't make her a wound, just Forceless. And I think it was the fact that Traya taught Meetra to regain her powers that created the Force bond between them. But yeah, Force wounds are formed through multiple deaths and it was the Battle of Malachor V that caused Nihilus and Meetra to become wounds - as they were both present.

This means that Sion, as far as I am aware, is not a wound in the Force. Neither is Traya.

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Darkondo
02.07.2013 , 11:52 AM | #85
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No, that's not how 'wounds' are made. Wounds in the Force are formed when a great many lives are suddenly extinguished at the same time e.g. Malachor V & Alderaan. Stripping one of the Force doesn't make her a wound, just Forceless. And I think it was the fact that Traya taught Meetra to regain her powers that created the Force bond between them. But yeah, Force wounds are formed through multiple deaths and it was the Battle of Malachor V that caused Nihilus and Meetra to become wounds - as they were both present.

This means that Sion, as far as I am aware, is not a wound in the Force. Neither is Traya.
I'd classify Sion as more of a peversion of the Dark Side itself. As for Nihilus it seems that he can pretty much eat any living being touched by the force save for Meetra Surik and Visas Marr (Sion can survive it but he still gets drained) and they still needed Mandalore the Preserver to help them. So in any vs. thread unless your pitting Nihilus vs Abeloth or The Father, Son, or Daughter then its really a vs. thread with an inevitable outcome.

Sidious is the strongest, Vitiate is in the top5 too, but Nihilus is a living black hole that could eat them both.