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Speer

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#1 10 years ago

Who do YOU think is the most powerful jedi?




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#2 10 years ago

Me! :lol: Just kidding. I`d say Mace Windu. He defeated Palpatine in Episode 3 , right? If Anakin didn`t come and screwed things up , Windu would kill Palpatine and bring the Force into balance , which is what Anakin was supposed to do in the first place. Now , he would probably fall to the Dark Side himself in the process , so maybe he isn`t that powerfull? Any opinions?




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#3 10 years ago

Well probably this new Vader apprentice character that they are bringing out, but if we're talking about the movies then I'd have to say Windu too for the same reason as Sabrina... Rosh is close too ^^ lol.




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#4 10 years ago

Windu it is then... Because we cannot really compare the old Jedi to those in the movie, it remains unsure who it would be... The Exile or Revan (in case they're lightsided...) would also be strong... but for the movies, it's Windu, I agree.


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#5 10 years ago

I'm going for Kaja Sinis, he founded the Jedi.

Then Luke would probably be the most powerful in the movies, if they could have had better choreography when he fought Vader, plus he learned a lot after the second death star blew up.




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#6 10 years ago

Id say Luke during the Dark Nest Series!


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#7 10 years ago

Ya...

*psst* What are the books called?




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#8 10 years ago

The Dark Nest Series... Goggle it, or just go to Chapters and ask for it....


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#9 10 years ago

Who knows? There are 25,000 years of history in the Republic. Before that, the Hutts ruled. Before that the Ratakan and the Infinite Empire. But during the course of History of the Jedi Order, who was the most powerfull. Again, it is a matter of perspective. Does power mean physical prowess, magical/Force power, mastery of the healing arts, mastery of the lightsaber, mastery of diplomacy? Hmmm. Hard to answer, the question is. Odan-Urr is up there. Yoda definetly. Mace Windu? He only disarmed Palpatine. Palpatine was playing the wounded defenseless guy for Anakin's benefit. I think that Palpatine and Windu might have been tied. I don't know. Good question. It might be pointless, but a good question nonetheless.




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#10 10 years ago

[quote=Speer;4330338]I'm going for Kaja Sinis, he founded the Jedi. quote] :wtf::dropsjaw: Oh no! Speer, are you actually getting your Star Wars Info from that ass clown SuperShadow? I can not believe that you are that dumb to listen to a guy that claims he's Lucas' best friend and lies about everything under the sun. This guy should be run through with a lighsaber. He's been debunked. He claimed that he was the Jedi fighting Anakin in the temple in the holorecording in EP III. That was Nick Gallard playing Cin Drallig, not his creation of Nebar Foxis. Here's an excerpt from Star Wars Wookiepedia: SuperShadow's claims and fanon creations In his and "Lucas"'s replies, Suttle often mentions characters, events and other in-universe entities that do not actually exist in Star Wars canon and are not mentioned in any published works. Besides the aforementioned Nebar Foxis, a Jedi allegedly played by SuperShadow himself, notable creations of Suttle include Kaja Sinis and Darth Scarz (who are said to be the first Jedi and Sith, respectively) and Grentarik, Yoda's alleged homeworld, among many others. He also gave names to some characters who only have one name in canon, such as Dantius Palpatine, Jard Dooku, and Yoda D'kana. Suttle also has staited that Jango Fett and Boba Fett are merely bounty hunters and have no real connection to the mandalorians. ___________end quote__

Kaja Sinis? Darth Scarz? Scarz? Are you kidding me? The first Sith? This guy is full of it.

The fact that you are stating this brings up the question of what else have you been posting that is canonically wrong.

Please, I beg you, verify your sources before posting.