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Kejoin
06-04-2010, 12:30 AM
I have played TSL, and i was wondering about people's opinions on who would win Traya or Sion
Remember: Sion is immortal, he stays alive through hatred, (Witch he has alot for Traya)

Lord of Hunger
06-04-2010, 07:12 AM
Traya. She doesn't need to destroy him to "win". All that she needs to do is incapacitate him or throw him into the depths of Malachor or something like that. Which is easy enough. Simple telekinesis (which he can't possibly counter with her sheer power).

TKA-001
06-04-2010, 02:21 PM
Remember: Sion is immortal, he stays alive through hatred
But what happens if Traya cuts Sion's head off? :confused:

Demongo
06-04-2010, 02:29 PM
But what happens if Traya cuts Sion's head off? :confused:

He will Durge-style regenerate......:cyb1:

Although I think Traya would win. I'm sure she would defeat him without touching her lightsaber at all.

exoduz
06-04-2010, 02:40 PM
Traya. traya can speak into his head and make him rethink his resolve and then use malachor V to destroy him completely.

Mandalore The Shadow
06-06-2010, 08:27 AM
Who I want to win: Sion
Who would win: Traya

ChAiNz.2da
06-06-2010, 04:14 PM
Darth Traya for my vote. Taking on 3 Masters single-handled, manipulated the Exile.. and imo, held back ALOT of her powers till the showdown. I think she would've given Sion a bit of a surprise had he pressed for a more dire fight ;)

mimartin
06-07-2010, 01:47 PM
But what happens if Traya cuts Sion's head off? :confused:"There can only be one." Her second round match will be against Connor MacLeod of the clan MacLeod in a fight for the prize.

Traya, she would crawl around that empty head of his until he just gave up.

Knight Of Honor
06-28-2010, 05:34 AM
Well.. Sion gave Kreia a real beating on the Harbinger. I think its a really close game between the two. Anyone can win, but i think it all depends on circumstances, where and when the fight takes place. Sion would win on Korriban. But im sure Kreia would win on Malachor.

bluefox
03-10-2011, 05:00 PM
Traya if she could bind him or something,in a fight Sion as he could keep regenerating (like doctor who)

Qui-Gon Glenn
03-14-2011, 08:51 PM
Yoda FTW!

Darth Avlectus
03-16-2011, 08:30 PM
Well.. Sion gave Kreia a real beating on the Harbinger. I think its a really close game between the two. Anyone can win, but i think it all depends on circumstances, where and when the fight takes place. Sion would win on Korriban. But im sure Kreia would win on Malachor.

Seconded. Hell, if Darth Traya AKA Kreia had not reached the Exile when she did, she may well have not survived nor had the will to survive her encounter with Sion. As Exile's power returned, so did her power come back, considering they were bonded through the force.

Malachor was one thing, but Korriban was another.

Vun0
03-17-2011, 04:22 PM
Who I want to win: Sion
Who would win: Traya

My thoughts exactly.

Primogen
03-21-2011, 06:46 PM
Traya isn't that competent of a fighter - she gets the snot kicked out of her every time she's not with the group. Sion beats the crap out of her once on Malachor, I don't see why he'd have much trouble doing it again. Admittedly, that time it was Sion and Nihilus versus her, but still. If it were that easy for her to talk Sion to death, she would have done it right there.

Chloe Ze ‹bermensch
03-22-2011, 11:14 AM
Traya would use that Sithy psychological thing, pausing in between the duel to say something insulting, making Sion so angry that he would leave openings.

Primogen
03-22-2011, 04:44 PM
...And? You seem to be forgetting that Sion is effectively invincible. Besides, making someone angry doesn't work in your favor when that person is a Sith Lord - fear, anger, hate, the dark side of the Force are they.

Sabretooth
04-04-2011, 01:16 AM
While they are distracted and fighting, Nihilus would om-nom-nom the very planet they are fighting on.

A mirror
04-08-2011, 06:09 AM
I would say Traya, because,
as said in restored content, Kreia puts Sion into a force choke and shows him that his strength is as meaningless as the strength of her cut-off hand.

SITH LORD 872
04-08-2011, 05:45 PM
I voted Traya, because she is pure evil, And can mess with your head!!

Primogen
04-08-2011, 06:53 PM
She really isn't pure evil. She's no saint, but she's not soulless. She has a perspective on the Force that is quite reasonable. It controls your destiny, dominates the galaxy. She's right from a certain point of view - the Galaxy would be better off without the Force.

Darth Avlectus
04-08-2011, 10:31 PM
I wish she were much younger and not wearing a potato sack. There's something seductive about those blank eyes and her tone of voice.

Plus I think she's a mother. :dev8:

Primogen
04-08-2011, 11:11 PM
Yeah, of Handmaiden most likely. It's a safe bet that Kreia and Arren Kae are the same person. And Arren Kae was described, as I recall, as a Babe First Class.

Canaan Sadow
04-09-2011, 12:18 AM
Well.. Sion gave Kreia a real beating on the Harbinger. I think its a really close game between the two. Anyone can win, but i think it all depends on circumstances, where and when the fight takes place. Sion would win on Korriban. But im sure Kreia would win on Malachor.

Sion also had a very unfair advantage. He had a lightsaber...

Kreia would have won on Korriban, no doubt. The darkside would fuel her powers, hence why she chose to stay aboard the Ebon Hawke. Same with Malachor.

TKA-001
04-09-2011, 10:40 PM
...And? You seem to be forgetting that Sion is effectively invincible. Besides, making someone angry doesn't work in your favor when that person is a Sith Lord - fear, anger, hate, the dark side of the Force are they.
I know I said this earlier in this thread, but what do you say would happen if Kreia's lightsaber severed Sion's head from his body?

She really isn't pure evil. She's no saint, but she's not soulless. She has a perspective on the Force that is quite reasonable. It controls your destiny, dominates the galaxy. She's right from a certain point of view - the Galaxy would be better off without the Force.
Actually yes, she is pretty damn evil. She advocates viewing all other beings alive as means to whatever ends one chooses, only berates the Dark-Sided Exile for murdering random people because it achieves no particular end (rather than because she has any qualms about murder), and her ultimate goal of destroying the Force runs the risk of killing a large portion (if not entirety) of all life in the universe. Furthermore, her justification for doing so - her view that the Force controls everything - is only her own personal view, and it has no particular validation anywhere in the Star Wars canon. Really, Kreia's only reasons for hating the Force is that she's butthurt over being spurned by both the Jedi and Sith, and that she's hastily assuming that the claims of the Force having a specific will and "mind" are correct.

Less evil than Bane, Sidious, and others of that ilk, sure. But saying "she's no saint" is a rather lukewarm statement about her character.

Kreia would have won on Korriban, no doubt. The darkside would fuel her powers, hence why she chose to stay aboard the Ebon Hawke. Same with Malachor.
Doesn't Kreia in fact say that being on Korriban weakens her concentration, hence why she stays on the ship, and that Sion is the one whose power is boosted from being on Korriban?

Canaan Sadow
04-10-2011, 02:09 AM
Doesn't Kreia in fact say that being on Korriban weakens her concentration, hence why she stays on the ship, and that Sion is the one whose power is boosted from being on Korriban?

Perhaps, but that's not exactly how I interpreted the dialogue. Who knows, maybe I just didn't understand it all that well. :p

Snard
06-09-2011, 01:32 PM
My thoughts exactly.

Seconded. Sion would definitely win on Korriban, but Traya would win on Malachor.

harark1
06-09-2011, 03:53 PM
I know I said this earlier in this thread, but what do you say would happen if Kreia's lightsaber severed Sion's head from his body?

He would definately die. He isn't invincible he just ignores pain.(If you notice when the dark side exile can learn his ability it is called ignore pain.) Pain always kills you before the damage actually does, thus he can survive much more. But severing his brain from his body removes his abilty to control his body fuctions, therefore he dies. Kreia wins in that situation.

Snard
06-09-2011, 05:29 PM
He would definately die. He isn't invincible he just ignores pain.(If you notice when the dark side exile can learn his ability it is called ignore pain.) Pain always kills you before the damage actually does, thus he can survive much more. But severing his brain from his body removes his abilty to control his body fuctions, therefore he dies. Kreia wins in that situation.

Yes, but it could also be vice versa where Sion severed Traya's head. Anyone would die from that.

Fredi
06-10-2011, 12:59 PM
Hmm Darth Traya is a master in manipulation, not to mention very strong in the force and capable of using three lightsabers at the same time. But Darth Sion is fierce warrior, great swordsman and pretty much immortal. If it's a duel I would vote for Darth Sion, he would charge towards her no matter what, and he will keep standing until he kills her.