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GreyJediMaster
06-07-2009, 03:42 PM
Anakin's the chosen one, however the Exile's seen far more and become far wiser than Anakin could ever hope to be

Force Vampire No.2 or The Chosen One?

Kreia's Aprentice or Obi-wan's?

Mr. Space Hermit or Whiney teen Jedi?


maybe a VERY stupid question, but i dunno

Demongo
06-07-2009, 03:45 PM
"The choosen one" was pwned by a Jedi Master(Obi), but the Exile killed, let's see 3 Sith Lords(Sion,Nihilus,Kreia), and 4 Jedi Masters. So Exile would win:D

GreyJediMaster
06-07-2009, 04:26 PM
mmmm


that was my feeling too


goes to show, " you dont have to be all-powerful to change the galaxy"

...

i enjoy being a nerd

Venom750
06-07-2009, 04:55 PM
I foolishly voted anakin without thinking damn it

Trench
06-07-2009, 05:57 PM
The Exile could destroy Anakin without even trying. No contest.

Darth Avlectus
06-07-2009, 08:51 PM
Exile is queen (canonically anyway), or king depending on your choice. Anakin...sorry...you were only cool for a few years. Exile all the way.

TriggerGod
06-07-2009, 09:06 PM
Exile: Kills 3 Sith Lords, 4 Jedi Masters (non canon), more than 10 dark jedi, and countless other people who wanted her/him dead.

Anakin: Kills village of Tusken Raiders, holds his own for 5 seconds against Count Dooku, kills everyone in the jedi temple in an ambush, and than gets pwned by his teacher.

Darth Vader: Kills countless more Jedi in the purge, fights his apprentice (and nearly loses), and his son several times.

No matter which Anakin you choose, the Jedi Exile will kill him.

Blix
06-07-2009, 09:44 PM
Damn, after viewing the poll results and reading some of your reasons I am wishing I had leaned with my original and voted for Exile :(

Well I guess I will try and support my reasoning for Anakin; well he is the "chosen one" if that means anything, he is a powerhouse for sure although his fight with Obi Wan was very close and ultimately he lost. He is quite efficient with a lightsaber, though not in the same league as Obi Wan or even Count Dooku, I think it is just his rage and proficiency with the force that makes him a foe to reckon with. But I do agree that Exile would destroy him, in fact she would suck the life out of him ala Kreia, hands down :)

DarthJacen
06-08-2009, 01:42 AM
Well, it's basically the son of the Force vs. the hole in the Force. According to George Lucas, Anakin is a level 8 saberist at the beginning of Revenge of the Sith, and turns into a 9 (highest level according GL) when he becomes Darth Vader. Obi-Wan was a level 8 to give you some perspective. Yoda is a 9 and Count Dooku is a 9 as well. The Exile on the other hand lost some of her saber training during her five years in exile after Malachor V. Also, she needs her Force-sensitive companions within the area so she can siphon the Force energy from them otherwise she's powerless. I think, if the confrontation came down to lightsaber talent. Anakin would win, especially if he caught the Exile alone without her friends from whom she would draw her Force power. And, remember that Anakin's strengths are flying a ship, and seeing things before they happen. He would be so far ahead of the Exile's attacks that she would be forced to defend herself, just, to stay alive. But, the advantage the Exile has is she can, literally, sneak up on Anakin, so if she plans to kill him rather than fight him (because she has no Force signature to give her away she has the same problem the Yuuzhan Vong had.) But, a fight between the two of them would be epic, but I think Anakin will win, simply because he can easily predict what she will do next.

Trench
06-08-2009, 03:01 AM
^ True, but the Exile (essentially being a Force Vampire) could also probably siphon power from Anakin, fueling herself and weakening Anakin in the process.

DarthJacen
06-08-2009, 12:30 PM
No, because she has no influence over Anakin, she can only siphon power from someone she has influence over. Aka friends.

TKA-001
06-08-2009, 04:47 PM
We don't know enough about the Exile to draw a fair conclusion. Yes, she killed three Sith Lords, but how did she kill them? Did her strength lie in tactics, raw Force ability, or lightsaber skill? Did she defeat Nihilus without exploiting his bond with Visas, or did she need to in order to win? Was she nearly killed by Darth Traya at the end, or were they on equal footing? We don't and can't know any of these things.

Ping
06-08-2009, 05:22 PM
We don't know enough about the Exile to draw a fair conclusion. Yes, she killed three Sith Lords, but how did she kill them? Did her strength lie in tactics, raw Force ability, or lightsaber skill? Did she defeat Nihilus without exploiting his bond with Visas, or did she need to in order to win? Was she nearly killed by Darth Traya at the end, or were they on equal footing? We don't and can't know any of these things.

Very true, but we do know that the Exile needed three people to kill one Sith Lord, and since Anakin/Vader was able to take on eight Jedi during the Purge and defeats them almost single-handedly, I'd say the Exile would get pwned any day by the Chosen One.

Trench
06-08-2009, 06:11 PM
Very true, but we do know that the Exile needed three people to kill one Sith Lord, and since Anakin/Vader was able to take on eight Jedi during the Purge and defeats them almost single-handedly, I'd say the Exile would get pwned any day by the Chosen One.

The Exile need three people to take on a fellow Force Vampire. Imagine fighting someone who is practically a Force mirror of yourself. The fight would never end. But the Exile single-handedly held her ground against Darth Sion and crushed his will to live. The Exile also took on Darth Traya, who continued to fight after loosing both her hands. The exile also fought her way through the Jekk'Jekk Tar on Nar Shaddaa, survived the planet of Malachor and the Trayus academy, made it through the tomb of Ludo Kressh, survived Peragus, etc, etc, etc...
Need I continue?

DarthJacen
06-08-2009, 06:47 PM
Anakin only survived Naboo, Geonosis, The Clone Wars, the Death Star's destruction, and nearly survived the Empire itself. Surviving the Clone Wars alone was a feat in itself, especially, since the war was designed to kill the Jedi, and Anakin was not always on the same page as the sith. Most of the time, pre-Vader Anakin wanted the sith destroyed.

Trench
06-08-2009, 06:56 PM
Anakin only survived Naboo, Geonosis, The Clone Wars, the Death Star's destruction, and nearly survived the Empire itself. Surviving the Clone Wars alone was a feat in itself, especially, since the war was designed to kill the Jedi, and Anakin was not always on the same page as the sith. Most of the time, pre-Vader Anakin wanted the sith destroyed.

True, but through most of the Clone Wars and Galactic Civil War, Anakin/Vader was surrounded by friendlies. The Exile had to go through the things I mentioned above alone.
I also forgot to mention that the Exile was able to survive the severing of a lethal Force Bond.

Ping
06-08-2009, 07:09 PM
True, but through most of the Clone Wars and Galactic Civil War, Anakin/Vader was surrounded by friendlies. The Exile had to go through the things I mentioned above alone.
I also forgot to mention that the Exile was able to survive the severing of a lethal Force Bond.

The Exile was surrounded by friendlies throughout her journey, so her ordeals were probably just as hard as Anakin's, if not easier. Besides, the Clone Wars was alot more deadly then the Mandalorian Wars or the possibly the Sith, as the Sith in TSL are what's left from KOTOR, and they were pretty much decimated at the Star Forge.

DarthJacen
06-08-2009, 07:57 PM
That's not quite right. The Sith in TSL were actually under the Exile's command durring Malachor V. Meaning, they were the jedi that resisted the dark side teachings from Revan. The Jedi at Malachor V were sent there to be killed, converted (to Revan's side, he hoped, or with the Exile severed from the Force, thus elimiating his inner threats. But Kreia, Nihilis, and Sion did not join ranks with the other Jedi converted. They became sith but did not participate in the Jedi Civil War. And, they didn't strike until after Revan came back as a Jedi to defeat his own Empire, then went into the Unknown Regions to pursue the True Sith that came back for The Old Republic MMO.

After he was away, T3-M4 returned to known space without Revan seeking out the exile even though, Revan was not sure if she would forgive him for his attempt to kill her, earlier. The exile eventually does forgive him, and goes into the Unknown Regions after learning from Kreia where he was. She does not take her companions with her, just like Revan. Kotor III was supposed to be the finale of these having the two meet up, but since both canons had been set. You could no longer have four endings, when you knew Revan was light side male, and the Exile is light side female. We have, yet, to hear about what happened to them, but the True Sith empire does return to know space for The Old Republic, so it's more than likely they failed to destroy the Empire, even though they would have made a dent, I'm sure.

GreyJediMaster
06-09-2009, 06:10 AM
HOLD THE PHONE! when did revan try to kill the exile? or am i being dumb?


man, its really sad that they both failed to top the true Sith. at least weve got a bad ass mmo now, but still.

i am in mourning

TKA-001
06-09-2009, 10:12 AM
True, but through most of the Clone Wars and Galactic Civil War, Anakin/Vader was surrounded by friendlies. The Exile had to go through the things I mentioned above alone.
Anakin/Vader didn't fight large groups of enemies alone? What about the Clone Wars? What about the Jedi Purge?

I also forgot to mention that the Exile was able to survive the severing of a lethal Force Bond.
If it didn't kill her, then how exactly was it lethal?

But the Exile highhandedly held her ground against Darth Sion and crushed his will to live.
This is what my above post was talking about. You can't know if the Exile held her ground against Sion or barely survived that duel.

The exile also fought her way through the Jekk'Jekk Tar on Nar Shaddaa,
So the Exile fought her way through a crowd of mooks on the ass-end of space? Who cares? Any competent main character can do that.

survived the planet of Malachor and the Trayus academy,
See above.

survived Peragus,
Again, she didn't survive anything except a bunch of mooks.

made it through the tomb of Ludo Kressh
What's so impressive about that?

HOLD THE PHONE! when did revan try to kill the exile?
When he sent her to die at Malachor, I believe.

DarthJacen
06-09-2009, 12:41 PM
I agree with everything you, just, said. Except Darth Vader Purging the Jedi, he didn't do it alone. But he was in charge and leading the Clone Battalion of the 501st Division. He did take out Cin Drallig, the saber instructor (Nick Gillard, the stunt coordinator, backwards?), and his Apprentice in both the Video Game and the Movie. So, he definitely had some skill with a lightsaber blade.

Lord of Hunger
06-09-2009, 12:58 PM
Exile vs. Anakin

Let's first consider what Anakin's down fall was: overconfidence. He thought he could make an uber high leap over Mr.Kenobi and got his limbs chopped off.

Now, what is Anakin's strength? Determination. It is said he was on his way to becoming a Jedi Weapons Master, and the characteristics of Darth Vader say Sith Marauder. He simply doesn't take no for an answer and will keep coming at you.

What is the Exile's weakness? In the case of LS Exile, it is also her strength: Empathy. She'll connect with anyone and anything and simply can't stand suffering. DS Exile? We don't know for a fact, but I think he/she was well on his/her way to surpassing even Darth Nihilus at the end of TSL.

In Anakin I see a potential Jedi Weapons Master with a ****load of Force potential.

In the LS Exile I see a passive Force Vampire and in DS Exile I see an aggressive Force Vampire.

Aggressive Force Vampires easily take down those with massive Force potential, so DS Exile would win easily. LS Exile would be siphoning Anakin's excess energy and would therefore win, but would not kill Anakin until the last minute.

Exile hands down. Force Vampiricy is in a league of its own, and the only person I see resisting it would be Kreia, who understands it and can even use a little of it.

DarthJacen
06-09-2009, 01:31 PM
Heh, good point, but we are speaking canonically, so it's the light side female Exile. And, Anakin was definitely in the same league as the other Jedi Masters with his saber skills.

Ping
06-09-2009, 05:13 PM
LS Exile would be siphoning Anakin's excess energy and would therefore win, but would not kill Anakin until the last minute.

"Force vampires" do not gain Force enrgy during a battle, they gain it once their opponent is defeated. They don't siphon it while they're fighting.

VarsityPuppet
06-09-2009, 07:18 PM
"Force vampires" do not gain Force enrgy during a battle, they gain it once their opponent is defeated. They don't siphon it while they're fighting.

At first I was going to debate that, but you're technically right.

It would be a pretty even match I think. Both are skilled with the lightsaber, (btw, screw Lucas' saber level system), both have fought in major wars (I don't know if Anakin was a general, but..), and both can see the future (to an extent), among other things.

Someone stated that Anakin could see what the exile was doing before she did it? The Exile has battle precognition (The handmaiden says you have it if you're a male, but it doesn't change the fact that you would still have it as a female) so they're right on par there.

I don't know. I'm of the opinion that the Exile would win. And that's mostly because I don't like Anakin.

DarthJacen
06-09-2009, 07:31 PM
Anakin was a General in the Clone Wars Movie, and TV Series. I still think, Anakin would at least wound the Exile if not kill her.

VarsityPuppet
06-09-2009, 07:50 PM
It's hard to say. To me, it just sounds like Lucas wants Anakin/Vader to be THE most powerful force user of all time. As such, he just makes him good at everything which gives him the appeal similar to Superman. He probably would kill her.

The Exile would know better than to fight him head on anyways. As to what exactly she would do, I have no idea... which is ironic, because I usually decide what she does. I'd/she'd probably just put down a bunch of devastating frag mines before the battle. And since it is TSL, the battle will probably be too easy and unbalanced ;).

I think we can agree that the Exile would definitely kill Episode IV Vader, right?

Trench
06-09-2009, 08:01 PM
"Force vampires" do not gain Force enrgy during a battle, they gain it once their opponent is defeated. They don't siphon it while they're fighting.

A Force Vampire (both light and dark) can use the Force Drain ability more effectively than other Force users, simply because it comes naturally to them. The Exile could drain Anakin of his powers and life before he took two steps. Just look at the way Kreia used it on the Jedi Masters. She wasn't even a Force Vampire, and she killed them all and made them devoid of the Force without even trying. Imagine what the Exile could do if she really tried...

Ping
06-09-2009, 08:53 PM
A Force Vampire (both light and dark) can use the Force Drain ability more effectively than other Force users, simply because it comes naturally to them. The Exile could drain Anakin of his powers and life before he took two steps. Just look at the way Kreia used it on the Jedi Masters. She wasn't even a Force Vampire, and she killed them all and made them devoid of the Force without even trying. Imagine what the Exile could do if she really tried...

Being a vampire and using Drain Life are two very different things. Drain Life simply heals you at the cost of your opponent. A vampire becomes more powerful as they kill enemies, whether or not they use Drain Life. Also, I'm pretty sure Kreia probably used an advanced form of Drain Life. How else can a person by removed from the Force?

DarthJacen
06-09-2009, 09:16 PM
Yep, any Force User can do it unless you weren't trained in the technique, just, like every Force technique.

mikrex
06-10-2009, 12:50 AM
What about Revan and Exile vs. Obi and Ani ?

GreyJediMaster
06-10-2009, 05:06 AM
What about Revan and Exile vs. Obi and Ani ?

its an interesting one. i think Revan would come out on top, simply ncause he has the best dress sense, and thats a BIG plus


Being a vampire and using Drain Life are two very different things. Drain Life simply heals you at the cost of your opponent.

ah c'mon, theyre basically the same, just that drain is like a peanut, Force vampirism is like a peanut factory

DarthJacen
06-10-2009, 11:20 AM
What about Revan and Exile vs. Obi and Ani ?

That's funny the Exile doesn't have the same trust with Revan, who tried to kill her as Obi-wan and Anakin have. They'd be too busy watching their own backs to worry about the Obi-wan and Anakin

ah c'mon, theyre basically the same, just that drain is like a peanut, Force vampirism is like a peanut factory

Yes, and it's very rare

Hawkstrong16
06-10-2009, 05:16 PM
Exile. Anakin just plain sucked. I mean what a loser

DarthJacen
06-10-2009, 07:01 PM
The was the most decisive reasoning, yet! You can't, just, pick a winner simply because you don't like the other guy. This isn't an election.

mikrex
06-11-2009, 01:24 AM
I think the Exile would own Anakin, and drain him completely of the force.

DarthJacen
06-11-2009, 03:26 AM
Didn't we go over that already? The Exile would have to kill Anakin, first, and that's not easy.

mattig89ch
06-11-2009, 02:45 PM
I dunno, I think that Anakin would win. It'd be barely, but he'd win. If only because he brought balance back to the force.

DarthJacen
06-11-2009, 03:18 PM
Yeah, plug the hole in the Force and the Force is balanced, again! Go Chosen One!

Darth_Yuthura
06-11-2009, 03:30 PM
Anakin would win, especially if he caught the Exile alone without her friends from whom she would draw her Force power. And, remember that Anakin's strengths are flying a ship, and seeing things before they happen. He would be so far ahead of the Exile's attacks that she would be forced to defend herself, just, to stay alive. But, the advantage the Exile has is she can, literally, sneak up on Anakin, so if she plans to kill him rather than fight him (because she has no Force signature to give her away she has the same problem the Yuuzhan Vong had.) But, a fight between the two of them would be epic, but I think Anakin will win, simply because he can easily predict what she will do next.

I don't think so. (I despise Vader, so this is biassed)

The Exile's friends are power. Vader/Anakin had no charismatic skills that remotely compared to the Emperor's or the Exile's, so her ability to draw followers to her command is an advantage in itself. The same thing went for Revan, as it was his diplomatic skills that made him so powerful.

She doesn't have a Force signature as you said. Which would mean Anakin would only have had his skills against her and no other precognitive advantage regarding her directly.

I would also say that if the Exile could harness Force lightning, Vader stands no chance at all.

Ping
06-11-2009, 04:26 PM
How does the Exile have no Force signature? The Vong were stripped of the Force, leaving them wothout a signature, which is not the same thing as being a wound in the Force (like the Exile) or severing your connection to it (like Kyle Katarn did prior to Jedi Outcast). She does have a signature, it's just different because she's a wound, not absent, in the Force.

Fredi
06-11-2009, 07:11 PM
For me it would be Anakin, Why? Simply because he is the chosen one.

Darth_Yuthura
06-12-2009, 01:32 AM
'The chosen one'? Hardly.

Anakin was just an arrogant, self absorbed maroon who went against everything he valued after he became Darth Vader. There's nothing extraordinary about him before or after he allowed himself to become the Emperor's slave.

The Exile wasn't just about brute strength and pointless cruelty like Vader. She wasn't like all powerful and foolishly reckless as Anakin was, always assuming that she was the best of the best. It was because she learned to live without the Force that she was so strong.

Anakin/Vader simply seemed all muscle and no brains about everything other than how to torment and kill people most effectively. Even if he didn't get mutilated by Obi wan, he would never have been able to challenge the Emperor. He simply lacked the intellect that the Emperor had to gain power.

The Exile clearly has more of an advantage over Vader/Anakin in regards to her ability to influence followers. Maybe in a lightsaber fight, his brute strength would have been superior, but beyond that... he had little else. He's like Malak!

VarsityPuppet
06-12-2009, 01:46 AM
How would this occur anyways? They existed thousands of years apart from one another. And why are we arguing on the technicalities of Force Vampirism? You do know that there actually was a Force vampire (http://starwars.wikia.com/wiki/Force_Vampire) (not technically canon though), and he was not really like the Exile at all. This guy was more along the lines of a physical real-world vampire, or cross between X-men's Rogue and the Grim Reaper.

Anakin is the chosen one and he has saber skillz. The Exile is a wound in the force, and actively feeds off of force users. If the Exile was able to create a bond between her and Anakin, I think he'd be in quite some trouble.

mikrex
06-12-2009, 06:46 AM
Exile would completely dominate Anakin. She would use her skills and strategy to exploit his weaknesses and get him to make a mistake, then finish him.

throwdini
06-12-2009, 02:05 PM
Ultimately, there is no question that it is Anakin. George Lucas saw him as the most powerful, therefore he is. There is no way around that.

DarthJacen
06-12-2009, 02:15 PM
Yes, but power isn't everything, especially, in the Exile's case. She doesn't have any of her own. She borrows it from her friends. But, nevertheless the Exile would have a hard time with Anakin. He's very well trained, intelligent, able to see into the future (watch him put his blade behind his back before the battledroid fires right where is blade is, he's several seconds ahead of everyone). He's good with a lightsaber, knows how to inspire troops, is good on both the battlefield and in space according to the TV series. He has a 13-year-old padawan he considers a daughter. I think, the exile will have a battle on her hands.

Fredi
06-12-2009, 05:27 PM
'The chosen one'? Hardly.

Anakin was just an arrogant, self absorbed maroon who went against everything he valued after he became Darth Vader. There's nothing extraordinary about him before or after he allowed himself to become the Emperor's slave.

The Exile wasn't just about brute strength and pointless cruelty like Vader. She wasn't like all powerful and foolishly reckless as Anakin was, always assuming that she was the best of the best. It was because she learned to live without the Force that she was so strong.

Anakin/Vader simply seemed all muscle and no brains about everything other than how to torment and kill people most effectively. Even if he didn't get mutilated by Obi wan, he would never have been able to challenge the Emperor. He simply lacked the intellect that the Emperor had to gain power.

The Exile clearly has more of an advantage over Vader/Anakin in regards to her ability to influence followers. Maybe in a lightsaber fight, his brute strength would have been superior, but beyond that... he had little else. He's like Malak!

Anakin is the chosen one, George Lucas created him like that, and it is known that he is the ultimate Jedi or Sith. So I really can't see someone stronger than him. Obi-Wan won the battle because it was destiny for Vader to lose. Still he is the greatest force user ever to live.

Trench
06-12-2009, 05:54 PM
Obi-Wan won the battle because it was destiny for Vader to lose. Still he is the greatest force user ever to live.

Perhaps it would be Anakin's destiny to lose to the Exile as well...

Fredi
06-12-2009, 06:14 PM
Perhaps it would be Anakin's destiny to lose to the Exile as well...

If it is, It would have happen :p

Darth_Yuthura
06-13-2009, 01:50 AM
Anakin is the chosen one, George Lucas created him like that, and it is known that he is the ultimate Jedi or Sith. So I really can't see someone stronger than him. Obi-Wan won the battle because it was destiny for Vader to lose. Still he is the greatest force user ever to live.

Exar Kunn, Darth Revan, Darth Bane... I don't see Anakin being more powerful than any of them. Clearly he isn't the ultimate Jedi if there are others that are more qualified for that title. Just because Lucas says he is doesn't really compare to other characters he's created.

Revan.Ragnos.85
06-13-2009, 02:50 AM
Exar Kunn, Darth Revan, Darth Bane... I don't see Anakin being more powerful than any of them. Clearly he isn't the ultimate Jedi if there are others that are more qualified for that title. Just because Lucas says he is doesn't really compare to other characters he's created.

I think that in pure Force potential Anakin was probably greater than everyone else, though the ones you listed would certainly be up near the top of the list. But Anakin was also stupid. The people you mentioned would all beat him head to head IMO because they were smarter and more disciplined. I think he could possibly take the Exile though. Maybe. I wouldn't bet money on it I guess.

DarthJacen
06-13-2009, 03:17 AM
I'd think, he'd survive on saber skills alone, and his Michlorian count reading was so high that the Jedi program couldn't count them all. It's over 20,000, but we don't know how much. When Obi-wan said it was off the charts, he said it with a gasp. He was physically more powerful the Yoda or Sidious, hence, Sidious bragging about how Vader would become more powerful than either of us.

Ping
06-13-2009, 08:06 AM
Exar Kunn, Darth Revan, Darth Bane... I don't see Anakin being more powerful than any of them. Clearly he isn't the ultimate Jedi if there are others that are more qualified for that title. Just because Lucas says he is doesn't really compare to other characters he's created.

I don't believe Lucas created any of the EU characters. I mean, he did take stuff from it, like Coruscant, double-bladed lightsaber, and he did approve of some of the storylines, like the NJO series, but I don't think he had much to do with the EU.

The Betrayer
06-13-2009, 08:24 AM
I'd think, he'd survive on saber skills alone, and his Michlorian count reading was so high that the Jedi program couldn't count them all. It's over 20,000, but we don't know how much. When Obi-wan said it was off the charts, he said it with a gasp. He was physically more powerful the Yoda or Sidious, hence, Sidious bragging about how Vader would become more powerful than either of us.
Without knowing the Midichlorian count of the Exile, it would be unfair to judge that Anakin is better because of that.


'Plus, Midichlorians are nonsense.

Revan.Ragnos.85
06-13-2009, 08:08 PM
Let's please not even bring up midichlorians again. Please. Lucas juts put them in Ep. I to give us a gauge of Anakin's skill relative to everyone else.

Trench
06-13-2009, 09:19 PM
I agree with R.R.85, forget about the microbes. They were only mentioned in Ep.1 so in this thread they are practically irrelevant.

DarthJacen
06-15-2009, 12:43 AM
Let's please not even bring up midichlorians again. Please. Lucas juts put them in Ep. I to give us a gauge of Anakin's skill relative to everyone else.

It also shows that he was the most powerful Jedi of his generation, and most including myself believe his raw power is unmatched all time! So, to get back on topic, the Exile would be facing her exact opposite, so I say, a stalemate might be in order, if you ask me.

cire992
06-15-2009, 03:48 AM
"Ani" would force whine before getting his windpipe force crushed by the exile. And there would be much rejoicing.



Isn't midiclorian that white stuff you put in your pool to kill bacteria?

DarthJacen
06-17-2009, 02:51 AM
No, lol, that's chlorine. Midichlorians were made up for Star Wars, but I think, you knew that.