Originally posted by Vader As for wisdom, I maintain that he was stubburn, presumptious and arrogant. And as for feel the force he couldnt even tell the difference between padme and the queen. He couldnt sense the fear or danger in anikin.
Originally posted by Vader I siad I know its his clone in the latter eps. You must of missed that, no biggy
Originally posted by Vader Does it say in the films where he spent the time between 5 and 6? He has new duds and is much more “Jedism” in his strain of thought. I was guessing he got this from yoda. A lot of time has elapsed between ep 5 and 6. Im guessing those death stars take a while to build!
Originally posted by Vader I don’t see any evidence of this in the films. I do intent to read the EU but it will take a while. I still haven’t found tose books you recommended. Which ones pick up exactly where ep 6 left off?[/B
Originally posted by Vader but you admit he wasn’t the best?
Originally posted by Vader I wont diss your opinion. My logic was that he coulnt control his emotions or his desire. He reject the council of yoda and ben. He reminds me of Qui Gon, who I feel was a poor mentor. I don’t know what Qui Gon was like in the EU but in ep1 he is arrogant, stubborn, presumptuous and at times almost angry with Obi Wan.
“That should be good enough for you”. That’s no way to speak to your friend.
And its no way to train an apprentice imo. [/B
Originally posted by Vader See this is the problem with the internet, its hard to know how serious the other person is. Read that line again :”oooouuuu harsh”. I was laughing when I wrote that. I was just joking because he was the one you picked. Only messing with ya man. Theres a lot to be said for my analysis in places even if Im missing key parts of the EU.
Originally posted by Vader See what I was saying was that palpitine was distorting Yoda’s ability to feel the force and that thus he is more powerful. This is speculation but its plausible.
Originally posted by de5p0i1er Yoda kicked some major ass in episode II, I waswell impressed with that fight scene and was dead pleased to see him get that that MTV award.
clearly yoda, followed by vader
ask the poll again in a few years after a few new film fight scenes
[cEMAN**']Wasn't there a quote in SW EPII where obi said to Anakin something along the lines of "If you practiced your saber skills as much as your <insert whatever it was> you might even rival the sword skills of master yoda"
Kaptain Redeye wrote:
Qui-gon Died a Knight, not a hugely successful career. He trains a poor padwan imo. In his first encounter with Maul he barely escapes-we see him panting and exausted. He is killed by a padwan. Definitly not a contender.Darth Maul can use the duel light saber, effortlessly defeats a 2 (more or less) Knights similtaniously. Fantasic, he is a fantastic swordsman. Unfortunatly we dont see enough of him.
I'm pretty sure he said Master Windu
If you practiced your saber techniques as much as you do your wit, you would rival Master Yoda as a swordsman
the phantom menace was 18 months ago tim... yeah, i know bilbo, look, it still hurts...