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  1. Darth Nihilus This guy killed Katar; an entire 'planet', with the Force. Enough said. Atris She is a contender, but she was a Jedi Master, and was the Order's Archivist before the first collapse, so she would have to be somewhat formidable. Count Dooku We know that Dooku was a former Jedi Master, and was also an expert duelist and a master of the Makashi stance, which would make him deadly to other lightsaber-wielding combatants. Darth Maul He was a mere apprentice, and yet was skilled enough with a Sith blade to kill a Jedi Master. I think that speaks for itself. Darth Malak He was cunning enough to kill Revan once, and was able to muster an army that almost toppled the Republic. He was able to corrupt legions of Jedi Knights with the Star Forge, and was a powerful combatant. General Grievous This would be the obvious winner, except for the fact that he wasn't a Force user, which means that his decision to wield lightsabers as weapons was an extremely poor one. My vote would definitely have to go to this moron. Revan We know that Revan was one of the most powerful Force Sensitives who ever lived. He was also a strategic and charismatic genious. There's no way that Revan's in the running. Mace Windu Mace was a Jedi Master, and was able to go toe-to-toe with Palpatine. He mastered the most difficult lightsaber stance, as well, so I don't think he's much of a weakling. Sion Are you kidding me? Sion was 'immortal'. He could not 'die', which means that he's one of the most powerful, as well as twisted, Force users who ever 'lived'. Luke Skywalker He was the most powerful Force Sensitive of his time, was the son of Darth Vader, and resurrected the entire Jedi Order. Enough said.
  2. The great thing about The Sith Lords is that its open to a lot of supposition and interpretation. Even with the cut content intact, there are lots of questions that are never answered, on purpose.
  3. As far as I can remember, its a Feat that she has that, surprise surprise, protects her from melee attacks!
  4. I really don't recommend doing it. There's no point to it, really.
  5. That's not entirely true. I have a girlfriend; been with her for over a year, actually, and I think Mira's hot. Just saying .
  6. First you need an octopus, a blender, and an atom bomb...
  7. Personally, I'd take Mira over Amidala in a heartbeat. She's got outrageous spunk (har har) and has my sort of personality. Padme's a bloody pushover, whereas Mira'd shoot you in the face. And she wears black leather spandex. And that's hot.
  8. The title of 'Best Star Wars Game of All Time', for me, at any rate, is a toss-up between Tie-Fighter and Dark Forces II: Jedi Knight. No game since Dark Forces II has featured Force Destruction, which is still the funniest Force power ever created. There's something about roasting twenty stormtroopers with a giant fireball that just speaks to me.
  9. We probably will see it, at some point, but not for a long time.
  10. I haven't posted in ages here, but I just had to come out of hiding to laugh at this.
  11. HK-47. Give him Charric (that beastial +4 disruptor rifle) and Master Sniper Shot and he'll just tear through enemies. And besides...well...he's Hk-47! I'd be a crime not to use him! And by the way, Mandalore is a terrible ranged character. Because you can't take his armor off, and that armor prevents any Dexterity modifier above 0 from factoring into his Attack rolls, he ends up missing an awful lot. No, use his Strength Implant and give him a nice sword or something.
  12. Light Side gets Master Heal, which is EXTREMELY nice, but overall Dark Side wins for raw power. Because there is no cap on Storm damage like there was in Knights of the Old Republic 1, you can can just do absurd damage with enough modifiers, killing entire groups of enemies with just one or two uses.
  13. Just pump his Dexterity like usual, and when he becomes a Jedi, Give him Lightsaber Finesse so he uses his Dexterity modifier for his Attack rolls instead of his Strength modifier. He will be extremely difficult to kill, and is pretty wicked with some jacked-up dual sabers.
  14. Actually, Yoda was acting all cooky because he wanted to test Luke's perceptions and wisdom, which the farm boy of course completely failed. But Yoda always gave the impression of a cooky master in the original trilogy, something that is sorely lacking from the new films.
  15. Love can very easily lead to the Dark Side. Strong emotions of all kinds have the potential to bring you to darkness. But this is the great problem with the Jedi Order. Passion, anger, and love are all human and thus bring greater power and understanding to those that allow themselves to experience these things. The Jedi purport to help other human beings, but how can they do this when they do not think or suffer like others? The Jedi have good intentions but are unknowingly arrogant and blind to the extreme. Just my two cents.
  16. She was very ignorant and small-minded before Revan came along, but after her ordeal, be it Light or Dark Side, I think she was able to really open her mind. Even now she remains loyal to the person that helped her achieved a higher understanding.
  17. Offtopic, but I see the subtle Star Trek references in the sig Meth, nice .
  18. Yoda was hilarious in the old trilogy, but in the new films he just drives me up the wall. The scene where hes breaking all of Luke's stuff and cackling is just pure physical comedic awsomeness. But wow, is he lame in the new trilogy or what? It was better when he only occasionally said thing backwards. BAD idea to make him speak backwards EVERY DAMN LINE.
  19. Visas in a heartbeat. She is willing to do ANYTHING for you because she sees you as...the most awsome thing in the universe because you are so empty and yet have such conviction.
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