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Tysyacha
07-30-2007, 12:21 AM
Who would win? [Note: Could be a plot point for my next startfic.]

Start'fic (n.): A fan-fiction selection that Tysyacha starts but never finishes.

So, what do you say? :)

Corinthian
07-30-2007, 12:27 AM
Exile. Bastila is a skilled Jedi, but the Exile has the benefit of significantly more experience. Besides, her only significantly powerful ability is Battle Meditation, which isn't all that useful in a duel, given that you need to concentrate. Exile defeated Darth Sion and Traya on his own, and Nihilus with some help. Bastila was defeated by Malak, too. She's not all that great of a Jedi, beyond Battle Meditation.

Boba Rhett
07-30-2007, 12:32 AM
Exile for the win. :)

mimartin
07-30-2007, 12:36 AM
She's not all that great of a Jedi, beyond Battle Meditation. Which everyone in TSL can learn if only on a smaller scale.
I voted Exile, but I’m bias in that I like Exile better than even the almighty Raven.

Fredi
07-30-2007, 12:57 AM
2 words........ The Exile

REDJOHNNYMIKE
07-30-2007, 04:32 AM
Exile's cool, but she can't beat bastila...
Bastila would just bat those eyelashes and pout those lips, and the exile would just melt right into her arms

Sabretooth
07-30-2007, 07:01 AM
The Exile. He doesn't have a Level-20 cap.

Diego Varen
07-30-2007, 08:57 AM
Both are good, but if I play female (which I like to do), I prefer the Jedi Exile. Besides, she (he if not canon) would win, due to being more powerful overall.

but I’m bias in that I like Exile better than even the almighty Raven.

I agree with mimartin.

PoiuyWired
07-30-2007, 11:29 AM
The Fight: Exile.
The Wet T-Shirt Contest: Bastila.

Jaden Kenobi
07-30-2007, 12:56 PM
This is type of thread which can only be one lol

But seriously I like Bastila alot...as supportive character perhaps not fit for main char, I mean just watch, The Exile was almost interely responsible for the near-extiction of the Mandalorian Race and the destrucion of a planet, whatever DS or LS, she by herself killed 4 Jedi Master and Council members (if your DS) killed the supposed Almighty Sith Lords Sion and Nihilus (Nihilus was all story and no show) and Traya, she pratically alone could take on the whole Galaxy if Revan wasnt in the Unknow Regions.

And now look at Bastila, she was on the Key figures in the Republic´s victory of the Jedi Civil War but only as Supportive moral booster (Battle Meditation) in the end it was Revan that once again won the war for the Republic, she couldnt even stop Malak from turning her to the Dark Side, I like her but her resume is quite crappy is most parts.

Emperor Devon
07-30-2007, 04:12 PM
Exile. It's a rule of thumb that party members can't be any stronger/smarter/prettier than the main character. :P

The Exile's had the benefit of fighting in a real war for several years, and being older than Bastila has had more time to her hone her skills. Bastila only has her experiences in KotOR I to count for. (Due to her battle meditation it's unlikely she was ever on the front lines in any battles in the Jedi Civil War.)

Jaden Kenobi
07-30-2007, 05:03 PM
Something people perhaps should notice, the most powerful masters of the Jedi couldnt do squat agaisnt Malak but 4 Padawans could save the entire Galaxy (Of course Revan wasnt exactly a Padawan but in rank he still was), just goes to show that how "powerful" the Masters were, TSL wasnt most of the case, but still the Masters of TSL were much like in K1....USELESS!!

Emperor Devon
07-30-2007, 08:35 PM
Something people perhaps should notice, the most powerful masters of the Jedi couldnt do squat agaisnt Malak but 4 Padawans could save the entire Galaxy

Only Padawans by technicality. Jolee would've been a Knight if he hadn't refused the promotion, and probably a Master if he was still in the Order. (He looked at least 60, most Jedi that age are)

Juhani doesn't count, as Revan can still save/conquer the galaxy without her if he kills her on Dantooine. Bastila was probably more powerful than your average Padawan, since she was strong enough in the Force to perform battle meditation better than any of the other Masters out there.

(Of course Revan wasnt exactly a Padawan but in rank he still was), just goes to show that how "powerful" the Masters were, TSL wasnt most of the case, but still the Masters of TSL were much like in K1....USELESS!!

You mean, useless other than how they were the ones who thought up the plan to brainwash Revan? :p

Allronix
07-30-2007, 09:50 PM
What my Exile would do to her brain would make Malak's little stunt look like a cakewalk. Then again, my DSM Exile's ability to Force Bond and twist sensitives in his wake is REALLY disturbing.

PoiuyWired
07-31-2007, 12:08 AM
Well, disregarding cheat Bastila is capable of Higher level than Exile. Well, Bastila can keep killing Tuskens for god knows how long and level up, and for exile the only place you can possably do that is either the little tomb lizard, or those sith assassains against the Mandalorians.

SilentScope001
07-31-2007, 02:44 AM
The Exile, hands down.

Bastila's not a PC. The Exile is. The Exile wins on the basis of fanboyism.

jonathan7
08-03-2007, 09:27 AM
Well, in my Star Wars Universe; the Exile (LSM) wouldnt even need to kill Bastila as he's a Weapon Master and would win the fight by disarming her... and I would argue the Exile is the best light saber duelist of the era (Revan is more powerful overall, but in pure light saber combat with no force power use I think the Exile is better, I would site 3 Sith Lords slain as evidence for that). Back o topic, Bastila is skilled in Battle Meditation but not in light saber use... she's a sentinal/watchman (I presume by TSL she would have that rank) so I don't think in combat she could cope with the expierance and skill of my Exile. I would also site Anakin vs Dooku both times as an example of how important expierance is in lightsaber combat.

igyman
08-03-2007, 09:32 AM
Well, thinking objectively I say the Exile would win. He's a veteran of the Mandalorian Wars after all, but thinking based on which character I prefer I say Bastila.

Jaypee
08-03-2007, 12:11 PM
Which everyone in TSL can learn if only on a smaller scale.
I voted Exile, but I’m bias in that I like Exile better than even the almighty Raven.


BLASPHEMY!! Raven ftw

Nancy Allen``
08-04-2007, 01:01 AM
Exile's cool, but she can't beat bastila...
Bastila would just bat those eyelashes and pout those lips, and the exile would just melt right into her arms

And that's if the Exile if female.

I gotta go with the Exile. She served as Revan's general, she lives outside the Jedi. Bastila wanted to be the perfect Jedi, light force mastery, the Exile couldn't care less about that. And there's a lot more scope for her to do what it took to get her way than Bastila or Revan ever had.

PoiuyWired
08-05-2007, 03:52 PM
Ultimate Winner, Female Exile with Bastila's Head.

Irian
08-05-2007, 04:39 PM
Bastilla was never a really great fighter. She has the battle meditation, that makes her a valueable asset in every big battle, but as a one vs. one fighter she's not that great. Exile was a really great fighter, so I would vote for her - especially if you count, that she's got a prestige class and much more levels than Bastilla :-) Depending on the class of Exile it's (imho) more or less obvious, a Level 30 Weapon Master / Guardian mops the floor with Bastilla :-)

Nebaris
08-17-2007, 08:18 AM
Bastilla was never a really great fighter. She has the battle meditation, that makes her a valueable asset in every big battle, but as a one vs. one fighter she's not that great.

I'm really tired of hearing this nonsense. Bastilla, as a padawan, was quite capable of decimating a Dark Jedi -- one of the more powerful ones given the fact that he was part of Revan's personal guard -- and she did so in seconds. The Masters at Dantooine also declare her a lightsaber prodigy, so when you couple those two facts together, it doesn't take a genius to work out that her improvement rate during her travels with Revan would have been huge, and that her ability would have become titanic.

As for force combat, she was again declared a prodigy, was considered to have exceptional strength in the force, and possessed a will so great that she was able to mess around with the mind of a Hutt. Her Battle Meditation, while some may claim it to be a stand alone ability (with no proof), is great testament to her power with the force (given it could turn the tide of wars in an instance, and was considered the best of her era by far, which included Nomi Sunrider, who's BM was so powerful that she could just imagine something happening... and it would happen), and after becoming Malak's apprentice and gaining a powerup from the Star Forge (which was powered by a nearby star and an entire race of force sensitives), she's displayed the ability to put both Jolee Bindo and Juhani, two powerful Jedi, into a stasis field at once, on two separate occasions. Her tutelage in the darkside which gave her abilities such as drain and lightning would of course help, given the more dangerous offensive abilities.

Hell, even as a padawan, she was considered a legendary Jedi, and given such responsibility from the Jedi such as leading the strike team to capture Revan. She's quite clearly an exceptional fighter, and if The Exile does win this, it won't be easy.

Nancy Allen``
08-17-2007, 08:46 AM
Hmm, Revan was able to beat Bastila, whereas the Exile not only beat Revan and Bastila, but in the same pwm Malek and some of the Jedi who went to war. Jolee and Juhani were also able to use the mind trick on hutts, and Canderous and HK resort to threats to do the same thing. One on one, the Exile would take Bastila's lightsaber and stick it where the Jedi Princess really wouldn't want it.

adamqd
08-17-2007, 08:50 AM
In her war days Exile was a bad ass Veteran. Exile would beat Bastila.
When we see exile, she is a wound in the force only needed for the TSL plot due to the nature of her power and the current Sith's failure to counter this power. What gifts afforded her right hand women status to Revan, were not available to her during the events of the games. although she can kill the Jedi masters with the help of the Dark side...

Bastila is hot!!

Sephira
08-17-2007, 10:00 AM
I say the exile because shes prettier than bastila

I'm really tired of hearing this nonsense. Bastilla, as a padawan, was quite capable of decimating a Dark Jedi -- one of the more powerful ones given the fact that he was part of Revan's personal guard -- and she did so in seconds.

OH my god its you nebaris. Do you remember how often you get bashed in KMC for socking and making several accounts? Hah lol

Mind if i ask how come you stop socking at kmc, yea you do know me there

Dont get the wrong idea, im not looking for trouble but rather a friendly approach

Nebaris
08-18-2007, 07:09 AM
I say the exile because shes prettier than bastila



OH my god its you nebaris. Do you remember how often you get bashed in KMC for socking and making several accounts? Hah lol

Good times? Lol.

Mind if i ask how come you stop socking at kmc,

Kind of got boring after a while, but I still post at EOD (that's Janus' forum) and DarthSith's forum.

yea you do know me there

I know it's you Kadesh, I saw the link to this forum at KMC actually, thought that was obvious...

Dont get the wrong idea, im not looking for trouble but rather a friendly approach

So you're *not* attempting to gather a bunch of people at KMC to sign up here and attack my argument? LOL, but no, it's cool, but please, I BEG you to bring Darth Hord over here, ~snipped~

Prime
08-18-2007, 11:05 AM
Sephira and Nebaris, if you have personal stuff to say to each other, use the PM system. Otherwise, drop it.

Sephira, you have been warned before.

Alexander the Great
08-18-2007, 01:43 PM
Exile annihilates her. Bastila was only a special (both ways) Jedi because of her Battle Meditation. Other than that, she was alright. The Exile destroyed Darth Traya, Revan's old master, Darth Nihilus, someone who could enslave a crew, keep together a destroyed ship, and swallow planets. Then she managed to kill someone who was nearly impossible to kill for good.

The Source
08-19-2007, 06:45 PM
The Exile served under Revan, but Bastila learned the Force along side of Revan. Bastila is not just considered a student of Revan, but could be considered an equal to Revan. The only difference is that Revan is a military leader, and Bastila can boost an army's moral through the Force. Exile shows no sign of advanced knowledge of the Force, which would put her in the same class level as Bastila and Revan.

Studying the Force directly along side Revan makes Bastila powerfull. The ability to boost an army's moral and to change a war's outcome is not a small feat. Bastila would crush Exile in a snap.

Arcesious
08-19-2007, 07:06 PM
Exile wins. Bastila turns into lightsaber sushi. :smash:

Emperor Devon
08-19-2007, 07:40 PM
The Exile served under Revan, but Bastila learned the Force along side of Revan. Bastila is not just considered a student of Revan, but could be considered an equal to Revan.

That's why he was able to beat her once on the temple and three times in a row on the Star Forge, right? :p

Studying the Force directly along side Revan makes Bastila powerfull. The ability to boost an army's moral and to change a war's outcome is not a small feat. Bastila would crush Exile in a snap.

Useful as it is, it speaks nothing of how strong someone is in hand-to-hand combat. Odan-Urr was a master at battle meditation, and went in seconds when Exar Kun fought him. (Who never exhibited any talent with it.)

The Exile, in retrospect, has proven to be capable of defeating Traya, Nihilus, Sion four times in a row, and three lightsaber mind-controlled by Kreia at once. Bastila never exhibits any strength like that in both games.

Aristotélēsticus
08-19-2007, 07:45 PM
I vote for the Exile

Alexander the Great
08-19-2007, 08:06 PM
The Exile served under Revan, but Bastila learned the Force along side of Revan. Bastila is not just considered a student of Revan, but could be considered an equal to Revan. The only difference is that Revan is a military leader, and Bastila can boost an army's moral through the Force. Exile shows no sign of advanced knowledge of the Force, which would put her in the same class level as Bastila and Revan.

Studying the Force directly along side Revan makes Bastila powerfull. The ability to boost an army's moral and to change a war's outcome is not a small feat. Bastila would crush Exile in a snap.

If studying the Force next to Revan's side makes you powerful, then Juhani would be able to kill the Exile too. However, Juhani was an average Jedi who couldn't come close to the magnitude of the Exile's power. Her Battle Meditation wasn't learned, it was inherent; that's like saying any Jedi could beat someone because they inherited the Force.

Studying someone's fighting doesn't make you a master of the Force. You can study anything for years but lack the competency to learn anything at all.

The Source
08-19-2007, 08:30 PM
I have to laugh about some of these comments. Some of you make it sound like Juhani, Bastila, and even Jolee stopped training in the Force after "KotOR I" ended. Lol... If you go by logical thinking, all three characters could kick Exile's but. Since they must have continued training independantly, they would have grown in their connection to the force. By the time the Exile arrives on scene, I bet Bastila would have been a Jedi Master for at least three years. What we do not know about the lightside ending Bastila, Juhlani, and Jolee is what they did after KotOR I. We know that Bastila still stayed with the Republic, for the game's cannon is focused on lightside male. What ever happend to Juhlani and Jolee? Did we learn anything about their fate in KotOR II? Nope. We could only make assumptions. Even though Atton spealed about the remaining Jedi switching off lightsabers, "The Sith Lords" was advertised in a way that made the "Exile" come off as the last Jedi. If that was true in essence, Bastilla would not have made a cameo in the game. Thus, there is a contridiction.

What did we learn? We don't know what happened to Bastilla's abilities to control the force. We don't know if she actually made it to a Jedi Master level. What we do know is that she is alive and well during the events of KotOR II. If we go by logical growth patterns and psychology, we can conclude that Bastila did become a very powerful force user. Since she never lost a connection with the force, her abilities could very much have grown to the level of Jedi Master. Since she also fought along side Revan, in KotOR I, she must have learned alot about fighting wars. Imagine the type of control she has over the minds of others, and the impact of her connection to others. Bastilla would no doubt be much more skilled in the Force than Exile. Remember, Palpatine in the EU novels had the same type of Battle Meditation, but the writter called it "The Emporer's Will".

Miltiades
08-19-2007, 08:53 PM
While I think Bastila can make the Exile sweat, I don't think she can defeat her. Yes, Bastila may have the strength of a Jedi Master at the time of "The Sith Lords", but remember that the Exile was a General in the Mandalorian wars, has a lot more experience than Bastila, and surely improved in strength and force abilities since her arrival on Peragus, not in the least due to Kreia's unorthodox training. While Bastila's Battle Meditation is a useful asset, it's not something to use in a one-to-one combat.

I also doubt she's the equal of Revan for that matter. While she may have learned quite a bit of him, she never had that much potential as Revan, Malak or the Exile.

The Source
08-19-2007, 09:09 PM
While I think Bastila can make the Exile sweat, I don't think she can defeat her. Yes, Bastila may have the strength of a Jedi Master at the time of "The Sith Lords", but remember that the Exile was a General in the Mandalorian wars, has a lot more experience than Bastila, and surely improved in strength and force abilities since her arrival on Peragus, not in the least due to Kreia's unorthodox training. While Bastila's Battle Meditation is a useful asset, it's not something to use in a one-to-one combat.

I also doubt she's the equal of Revan for that matter. While she may have learned quite a bit of him, she never had that much potential as Revan, Malak or the Exile.
Ah. Bastilla was present in the hidden tomb on Korriban. Malek even stated that she had the same ambitions and interest in war as the Exile did. Even though Bastilla didn't fight in the Mandalorian Wars, she did end up fighting in the second Jedi and Sith Civil War. She does have war experience.

Nancy Allen``
08-19-2007, 09:13 PM
I put this down to Malek trying to fool the Exile. Sure Bastila did join him, after she was drugged and tortured.

Alexander the Great
08-19-2007, 09:35 PM
Battle Meditation hardly affects this fight. Just because you have a power irrelevant to a one-on-one fight doesn't mean that it makes you powerful.

Exile had the ability to take on three Sith Lords, and potentially three Jedi Masters. What has Bastila done besides having Battle Meditation? She's noted as a skilled Jedi or whatever, but that's completely relative. Exile at least has accomplishments that make her powerful, and was the best student Kreia ever taught.

You're saying she's powerful for these reasons...
1. She fought alongside Revan - So what? Mission Vao fought alongside him, but she's not exactly a hyper-powered god, is she?
2. She could've been training to the rank of Master - We see nothing of her skills in TSL. She was most likely maintaining extremely minimal use of the Force, otherwise Sion would've sicked his assassins on her, or killed her himself.

darthcarth
08-19-2007, 09:39 PM
I have to laugh about some of these comments. Some of you make it sound like Juhani, Bastila, and even Jolee stopped training in the Force after "KotOR I" ended. Lol... If you go by logical thinking, all three characters could kick Exile's but. Since they must have continued training independantly, they would have grown in their connection to the force. By the time the Exile arrives on scene, I bet Bastila would have been a Jedi Master for at least three years. What we do not know about the lightside ending Bastila, Juhlani, and Jolee is what they did after KotOR I. We know that Bastila still stayed with the Republic, for the game's cannon is focused on lightside male. What ever happend to Juhlani and Jolee? Did we learn anything about their fate in KotOR II? Nope. We could only make assumptions. Even though Atton spealed about the remaining Jedi switching off lightsabers, "The Sith Lords" was advertised in a way that made the "Exile" come off as the last Jedi. If that was true in essence, Bastilla would not have made a cameo in the game. Thus, there is a contridiction.

What did we learn? We don't know what happened to Bastilla's abilities to control the force. We don't know if she actually made it to a Jedi Master level. What we do know is that she is alive and well during the events of KotOR II. If we go by logical growth patterns and psychology, we can conclude that Bastila did become a very powerful force user. Since she never lost a connection with the force, her abilities could very much have grown to the level of Jedi Master. Since she also fought along side Revan, in KotOR I, she must have learned alot about fighting wars. Imagine the type of control she has over the minds of others, and the impact of her connection to others. Bastilla would no doubt be much more skilled in the Force than Exile. Remember, Palpatine in the EU novels had the same type of Battle Meditation, but the writter called it "The Emporer's Will".

Sure Bastila might be the level of jedi master but in the game you have the chance to kill three of them and also three sith lords tbh i think the exile would wipe the floor with bastila. I personaly dont think bastila would have gotten past Sion if she did in deed save the masters, if she didnt then she would have most likely fallen to one of the masters which ever she fought first.

edit: darn graymusic beat me too it.

Alexander the Great
08-19-2007, 09:56 PM
Sure Bastila might be the level of jedi master but in the game you have the chance to kill three of them and also three sith lords tbh i think the exile would wipe the floor with bastila. I personaly dont think bastila would have gotten past Sion if she did in deed save the masters, if she didnt then she would have most likely fallen to one of the masters which ever she fought first.

edit: darn graymusic beat me too it.

Heh, I've still got it. Better luck next time. :king1:

Emperor Devon
08-19-2007, 10:14 PM
Still less experience than the Exile. Traveling with Revan and being able to practice on her own can't compare to the Exile being a general in a several year-long war, getting her own experience during her travels and attaining the rank of Knight before that (which Bastila never did). Jumping from her current level of skill to being able to take on Sith Lords seems a bit much for Bastila, since she's not re-learning the ways of the Force like Revan or the Exile were, she's learning them for the first time. Five years is too short a time to become that much stronger.

Sephira
08-20-2007, 01:36 AM
Experience doesnt always garentee a win. Dooku has 65 years of experience and he got owned by anakin in ROTS whom only had less then 10 years of exp.

Yoda has 800 years of fighting experience as opposed to sidious who only had 60 yet the fight ended in a stalemate.

Its the skill which counts and IMO i think the exile might win and she is more skillful as she could quickly learn saber and force forms faster than an average jedi.

Emperor Devon
08-20-2007, 02:26 AM
I agree, but experience is not completely dismissable. Those were truly rare cases, and it's to be expected by how stronger Anakin was in the Force than Dooku and how the dark side provided an edge to Sidious in addition to his own natural talent. Since we don't know much about Bastila/Exile's exact Force strength we have to make do with their track records and how much experience they've had.

Miltiades
08-20-2007, 08:08 AM
I agree. You can't ignore the fact that experience counts. Anakin and Sidious were special cases. Bastila is not.

Sephira
08-20-2007, 10:54 AM
I agree, but experience is not completely dismissable. Those were truly rare cases, and it's to be expected by how stronger Anakin was in the Force than Dooku and how the dark side provided an edge to Sidious in addition to his own natural talent. Since we don't know much about Revan/Exile's exact Force strength we have to make do with their track records and how much experience they've had.
I can agree with you for some parts, just that anakins strength in the force had nothing much to do with the fact that dooku got tooled through a lightsaber duel without the usage of the force.

Mace is another example, he has less experience than sidious yet he beat him in a lightsaber duel due to shatterpoint and vaapad.


But i think ill change my statement, Exile wins. She could master several force forms and lightsaber styles within a short time from the moment a jedi master demonstrated it to her.

Miltiades
08-20-2007, 12:26 PM
Mace is another example, he has less experience than sidious yet he beat him in a lightsaber duel due to shatterpoint and vaapad.

Hmm, Windu may have less experience, but when you're a Jedi Master sitting in the High Council and being one of the most powerful Jedi, experience plays a smaller role. Both Windu and Palpatine had so much experience that, in the end, it all came to strength and skill. Experience would play a big role in a battle between Bastila and the Exile. Anyway, without the experience the Exile had, I still think she could defeat Bastila in skill and mastery of the Force.

tulakhordpwns
08-20-2007, 01:13 PM
exile wins.

Emperor Devon
08-20-2007, 06:37 PM
But i think ill change my statement, Exile wins. She could master several force forms and lightsaber styles within a short time from the moment a jedi master demonstrated it to her.

For the Exile she was re-learning the majority of those things rather than experiencing them for the first time. (Bound to result in her getting them faster).

stoffe
08-20-2007, 07:49 PM
For the Exile she was re-learning the majority of those things rather than experiencing them for the first time. (Bound to result in her getting them faster).

The low-level things would be re-learned perhaps. But I doubt what was then described as an "average Jedi with great leadership skills" would have been a master of 7 different lightsaber/force forms and assorted high level force abilities. Most of those are probably learned for the first time due to her unique "condition" and situation.

Alexander the Great
08-20-2007, 07:53 PM
Right, so everyone here agrees that the Exile wins. The only person who challenged that couldn't, or at least hasn't, given a rebuttal to the latest facts.

[snip!]

Mod note: The rest of this post started a completely off-topic discussion, and has been moved into its own thread here (http://www.lucasforums.com/showthread.php?t=182512) instead. ~M

Miltiades
08-20-2007, 08:33 PM
Mace was probably even better than Dooku in saber combat. Vaapad and Shatterpoint is a dangerous and effective combination. And while Dooku may have been a better duelist than Anakin, Dooku had reached his full potential and learned all he could, while Anakin still had much to learn. But let's not go deeper into this. We've already had discussion like this recently, and that ended not quite well...

Anyway, I agree with stoffe that the Exile's abilities learned in K2 was due to her creating bond easily, and using other's Force sensitivity. But she won't lose those powers once she has them, so the fact remains that she's more powerful than Bastila (IMO).

Rogue Warrior
09-18-2007, 07:18 AM
Given how powerful the Exile becomes her.

Lantzen
09-18-2007, 09:38 AM
It was a poll between who would win, Reven or Exile sometime ago, and it was pretty close there i think. To say Bastila would win over Exile, woule be like to say that Bastila is a even match to Reven if we go after that poll. And i think we all remeber what happend when Reven and Bastila fought each other^^

T3-M4
09-18-2007, 10:57 AM
Exile by far, she/he has far more powers and Bastila would be squashed like a Jawa. Mwahaha! :D

stoffe
09-21-2007, 07:24 AM
Mod note:
I've split the conversation about Super Sidious and Anakin and how powerful they are compared to Mace, Yoda, Dooku etc into this thread (http://www.lucasforums.com/showthread.php?t=182512) instead, since it has nothing to do with the topic of this thread.

If you intend to continue that discussion, please do so in that thread. :)

Empress Padme
09-26-2007, 01:02 AM
Wouldn't the Exile win since she does basically feed of the Force of others, she could just feed off of Bastila if needed. I do think Bastila would put up a good fight though.It would not be a quick fight but I think Exile would win. The Exile defeated 3 Sith Lords.Bastila was OVERPOWERED by 2 Sith Lords ( Malak and Revan). Since they both know Battle Meditation, Bastila wouldn't be able to use the one thing that could have given her the edge cause the Exile can use it too.Poor Bastila.

Lance Monance
10-04-2007, 01:09 PM
I think in terms of battle meditation, Bastila is WAY more powerful than Exile. In term of everything else - well.
Bastila's command on the force is definitly quite impressive (as she points out herself :D) but the Exile would defeat her. Easily.

TehBombKerushii
12-20-2007, 05:13 PM
I say Exile, s/he has much more wisdom and experience, even if Bastila had become a Jedi Master, The Exile was under the teaching/training of Kreia, a (in a way) powerful sith lord (If I'm thinking correctly) Also, if s/he is a wound in the force and feeds off of other force users, it would make her/him much more powerful. Just my opinion, so don hate :)