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Mist
05-22-2002, 03:32 PM
In the sequence where Yoda and Dooku are sabering, at the end Dooku says ".. let's make this interesting.." or something to that effect.. then he extends his arm, the base of the pillar crumples and starts to topple onto Anakin and Obi Won.. what force power is he using? Grip? Pull?

Any other ideas or the right answer?

inSpiRe-
05-22-2002, 03:40 PM
pull probably

Adi_Sunrider
05-22-2002, 03:52 PM
well strictaly hes using a force power which isnt in jedi knight 2 so most peeps wont have heard of it!
\theres a lot of force powers that arent in the game which there are!

Force Meditation - Can turn people on each other
Force Lift - Wat Dooku did on the pillar, he lifted it slightly so if detached and then lifted it down, Anakin also does this when hes eating a meal with padme he lifts the fruit up with lift!. so basicially lifting any item up or moving it slowly!

ANd before someone comes along and says theres no such force powers, well there is??

Adi Sunrider

Amorpheus
05-22-2002, 03:54 PM
I'd say he used force "let that pillar fall down".

:rolleyes:

Vestril
05-22-2002, 05:58 PM
Force Push and Pull are just ways of moving objects, they are just extensions of the same telekinetic ability. They represent an ability--as the movies are laid out, Jedi powers are not limited to definitions, like in the games.

xwing guy
05-23-2002, 01:48 AM
Force Push and Pull are just ways of moving objects, they are just extensions of the same telekinetic ability. They represent an ability--as the movies are laid out, Jedi powers are not limited to definitions, like in the games.

Very well said, because the force can be used for anything and they're no limitations to what the force can be used for. If you've read I, Jedi you'll understand how the force can be used for just about anything, like when Corran was in training and he was trying the lift a big rock he said, "I could use the force as a hammer and shatter the rock, but that's not my goal," or something like that, anyways you get the idea.