The Force. .. Since you did the force, I would love to see a force powers comp. Especially the lesser known ones. star wars Ace
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User avatar #1 - psychadelicace [OP]
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I'm currently making a long Luke Skywalker one
#107 to #1 - kodiakspiiriit
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Could you possibly do Darth Malgus?
User avatar #13 to #1 - abemessiah
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Yay!
User avatar #44 to #1 - thinlizzy
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I was just about to comment to ask for this. Thank You! Could you perhaps also do the new Jedi Order?
User avatar #71 to #1 - lionxroar
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Yaaaay, the Grand Master himself!
#73 to #1 - anon id: e784a5ef
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I will now proceed to beg for Dash Rendar again.

Someday......someday......
User avatar #84 to #1 - anikinskywalker
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Come on! You do one for my son but not one for me?
User avatar #142 to #84 - huntergriff
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he did one for anakin already.
User avatar #210 to #142 - anikinskywalker
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Wait, really?
Why was I not informed of this?
User avatar #211 to #210 - huntergriff
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like a week ago.
User avatar #212 to #211 - anikinskywalker
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That doesn't answer my question...
User avatar #213 to #212 - huntergriff
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it answer's the first one >.>
As for why, i do not know.
User avatar #143 to #1 - huntergriff
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I still say you should do the battles of the clone wars and battles of the galactic civil war.
User avatar #214 to #1 - doctorstein
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I'm just saying, I think Malachor V was a better example for a wound in the force, since it created a wound strong enough to literally drain the life out of anything remotely force-sensitive.
#96 to #1 - aapnootmies
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Could you please do a comp on the different blasters used in Star Wars.
User avatar #89 to #1 - tenfatcats
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do the Schwartz next
#115 to #1 - vigilaredux
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better be long as fuuuck
better be long as fuuuck
#112 to #1 - MAHEREX
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Thats what she said?
Thats what she said?
#145 to #112 - psychadelicace [OP]
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User avatar #3 - icewizardftw
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Since you did the force, I would love to see a force powers comp. Especially the lesser known ones.
User avatar #86 to #3 - deliciousdee
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Force scream is best power
#134 to #3 - pappysmurf
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User avatar #10 to #3 - obsidicus
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make sure to mention force ghosts. I still don't understand that...
User avatar #43 to #10 - hiukuss
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I don't think anyone understands force ghosts, not even the force ghosts.
User avatar #50 to #43 - huntergriff
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pretty much :/
User avatar #209 to #10 - thepizzadevourer
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Here's the Wookieepedia article on it: starwars.wikia.com/wiki/Force_ghost

TLR version: Basically, when a Jedi dies, their consciousness becomes "one with the force" and ceases to exist in an individual sense, becoming a part of the totality of the force although it's been implied that there could be a sort of "Force afterlife" where all living creatures end up, because the force exists in all living things . However, individuals who have received special training can learn how to keep their individual consciousness alive when they join the force, at least for a while, which we see as a force ghost.
User avatar #68 to #10 - cookiel
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If you have Netflix watch some of the last episodes of Star Wars: The Clone Wars (season 6) since it touches on that subject. Basically one needs to be "trained" to be able to manifest themselves when the die and go from the living force to unifying force. Though this isn't always the case as I don't think Darth Vader/Anakin Skywalker learned it (nor Obiwan but I could be wrong) since they both appear at the end of Return of the Jedi.
User avatar #79 to #68 - huntergriff
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obi wan learned it...and i'm not completely sure, but i think anakin's spot was secured no matter what, since he was the chosen one.
User avatar #189 to #79 - cookiel
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I never saw that deleted scene as anon pointed out above. Also I always thought it was Luke who was technically the chosen one since he was the son of Anakin and anakin just kinda turned to the Dark side aside from throwing Palp off the side in episode 6 but that's just how I interpreted it
User avatar #190 to #189 - huntergriff
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>I never saw that deleted scene as anon pointed out above.
Yeah...it wasn't even filmed, liam neeson ended up getting into a wreck and wasn't able to do his lines, sadly. It's in the script though.

but yeah, anakin learned it somehow, and i'm still pretty sure his spot was secured since he was the chosen one, I could be wrong though.
User avatar #191 to #190 - cookiel
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Well then I've never even heard of that part until just now. But who knows, I'm not a Star Wars expert or anything, I've just seen every movie and the Clone Wars series (both 3D and 2D) and played a number of games so that's where my knowledge comes from.
and these comps
#146 to #68 - anon id: 7b656bbc
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there was a deleted scene in episode 3 where obi wan was introduced to the force ghost of qui gon to learn the force ghost technique
#160 to #10 - anon id: 9784aaaf
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It was an ancient technique that was difficult to master. Out of the more recent Jedi, it was discovered by Qui-Gon Jinn whilst investigating a Shaman. There are three phases. First phase is becoming a conscience non-visible spirit. Second phase is being able to manifest as a cloud and can sometimes be audible to others. Third phase is pure form in any shape desired and the ability to talk, teleport, and touch (in some instances) others.

When Skywalker is killing the sand people, Yoda hears Qui-Gon yelling "Anakin! No!" - the anger Skywalker releases acts like a shatter point (as described slightly above) that forces Qui-gon into phase 2. From there on out, Yoda can speak with Qui-gon and learns the ability from him. IN the revenge of the sith, Yoda speaks to Obi-wan and tells him he has training for him to do in exile. It was the force ghost training.

The sith had a similar ability. Basic knowledge of this let Obi-wan and Yoda help Anakin to transcend to phase 3, quickly.
#6 - askildbaskild
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i love your posts man
User avatar #83 to #6 - anikinskywalker
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As a matter of fact, I do sense the force.
What about you?
User avatar #7 to #6 - psychadelicace [OP]
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<3
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User avatar #95 to #30 - thepandaking
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RIP in peace Bongo Fett
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User avatar #65 to #32 - huntergriff
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and that's how we got the avengers.
#2 - nwbballplayer
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&quot;Surrounding and penetrating them&quot;
"Surrounding and penetrating them"
User avatar #4 to #2 - huntergriff
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oh my yes.
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#91 - azraelthemage
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In the book &quot;Darth Plagueis&quot; they further explain what midiclorians are. Unlike what the Jedi believed, they were not the source of the Force powers, they interfered with it. Instead of generating the Force, they ran interference. Thus, preventing an individual from becoming overwhelmed by it, or even becoming too powerful. The more powerful the individual, the more they needed midiclorians to run interference. Hence the reason why Anakin had such a high midiclorian count. He was meant to be the most powerful Jedi in existence.
In the book "Darth Plagueis" they further explain what midiclorians are. Unlike what the Jedi believed, they were not the source of the Force powers, they interfered with it. Instead of generating the Force, they ran interference. Thus, preventing an individual from becoming overwhelmed by it, or even becoming too powerful. The more powerful the individual, the more they needed midiclorians to run interference. Hence the reason why Anakin had such a high midiclorian count. He was meant to be the most powerful Jedi in existence.
#162 to #91 - anon id: 9784aaaf
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Midi-chlorians are conductors. "Midi" as in middle. Median. Middle-man. Their role was to allow a person the ability to use the force. The force was binding and flowing through most living things but without the midi-chlorian conductors, a person would never feel the force, much less control it.

So yes, Anakin skywalker was meant to be the strongest Jedi in existence hence his enormous amount of midichlorians. The force literally spoke to him even without training. Which is why Anakin Skywalker was the strongest Jedi in existence. He was, quite literally, immortal. He had the greatest power to exist. Force immortality. He was chosen by the force and conceived by it. He tried to kill himself on more than 4 occasions whether by stabbing himself with a light saber or crumbling an enitre building on himself. He could have three limbs severed and be burnt to a crisp without life support and live. The force protected and healed him, preventing death, so that he can bring balance.
User avatar #97 to #91 - angelusprimus
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That's just what he believed.
He was more then little insane at that point though.
User avatar #98 to #97 - azraelthemage
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This is literally in the first chapter.
User avatar #102 to #98 - angelusprimus
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Yes, and he isn't exactly the spring chicken in the first chapter either.
You are forgetting that chapter is told from his point of view. It doesn't tell the "truth" it just tells what he believes and thinks.
Like later books in The New Jedi order started to talk about how force doesn't have light and dark side, how force is unified and people's emotions color it. and it turned out to be wrong.
User avatar #125 to #102 - kazene
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Regardless of that, Anakin has been officially stated to have been or actually would have become the most powerful Jedi to ever exist. Due to the whole being chopped up and Darth Vader bit, it prevented him from becoming so but he's powerful nonetheless. Had none of that happened, Anakin would be the greatest Jedi and most powerful being to have ever lived.
#59 - roegath
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Totally related
User avatar #60 to #59 - huntergriff
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duct tape?
User avatar #62 to #60 - roegath
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It has a light side, a dark side, and it hold the universe together
User avatar #82 to #62 - gyrodouchcopter
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10/10 would tell again. I feel like that was something I would of said. Damn it.
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#110 - EdwardNigma
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"The dark side of the Force or Bogan"
Bogan is a slang term for white trash or general pieces of **** in Australia.
Australian white trash are all Sith lords.
Sweet merciful god.
User avatar #118 to #110 - hudge
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Wait, doesn't Australia also have the largest population of people who (literally) identify themselves as followers of "Jedi-ism", or whatever they call it?
#119 to #118 - EdwardNigma
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I think so.
I think so.
#120 to #119 - hudge
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YOU ARE ******.
User avatar #163 to #110 - reginleif
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Sorry I just can't imagine an Aussie as a Villain, I wouldn't be able to take them seriously.

Sure an Englishman, or a Russian are old favorites, and the Germans can always scare you with Nazism.

But an Aussie is quite possible the second least intimidating thing (as in evil) in the world, besides the Canadians of course.
User avatar #205 to #163 - EdwardNigma
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You'd be surprised.
User avatar #206 to #205 - reginleif
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don't get me wrong, I'm not saying Aussies are pushovers or nothing, in fact the stereotype is the opposite here in the US. I just see no motivation to be a villain coming from an Australian.

;/ Like what's Australia going to do? There's no fear in them getting a weapon or anything cause we're somewhat allied. They don't exactly have much of a reputation for greed either like a US-UK villain would have.

Then again GTA 5 gave Canadians Trevor, so it could happen. :/

I kinda want to see an australian villain now.
User avatar #207 to #206 - EdwardNigma
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Watch Wolf Creek and you'll have your answers.
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thank you good sir
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bobo fott pls
#51 - lankyman
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yeah, im just going to may I is that okay there! better
#93 to #51 - hillbillypowpow
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Listen here y'all, let me attempt to renew your faith in the Force. Medichlorians are symbiotes that live in the cells of force sensitive beings. The more medichlorians someone had, the more force sensitive they were. meaning MEDICHLORIANS=\=THE FORCE. It was just a good measurement of Force potential.
#159 to #93 - lankyman
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That does make sense, but I ignore the Extended Universe (as imaginative and amazing as it is) when it comes to the films. I take the movies as they are, midichlorians just took away all the magic and fantasy from the Original Trilogy.
User avatar #126 to #93 - voltkills
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well ****, that makes alot more sense.
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