Sidious as of ROTS (Revenge Of The Sith). Who can stomp him?
-1: In Legends
-2: In Canon
when you say RoTS and you mention Legends? im going to assume you mean Revenge of The Sith since Rise of the Skywalker never happened in Legends.
stomping is still gonna leave the list few but there users who can do it.
Legends- basically Caedus, Kyp, Luke, Reborn Krayt, Post Pool Taalon, are the only ones i see
Canon- probably no one.. only argument at the moment is that Canon RoTJ Vader might be able to beat RoTS Sidious but he is by no means stomping
Legends: GM Luke, The daughter, father, and brother, probably DE Sidious, others may be able to beat him but no one is stomping
Canon: Dyad Sidious, The ones again, idk anyone else who could come close. Maybe All Jedi Rey but her win was already kinda circumstantial
Edit: forgot Mortis Anakin
Legends: Mortis Anakin(factually 2x Sidious), the Father(more powerful than the Son & Daughter combined), Abeloth(more powerful than the Son & Daughter combined), and full potential Luke(factually 2x Sidious). No one else.
Canon: Mortis Anakin(factually 2x Sidious), and the Father(more powerful than the Son & Daughter combined). No one else.
Since I don't follow canon, I'll stick with Legends:
According to Lucas, Anakin's full potential was to be twice as powerful as the ROTS Emperor. If Mortis Anakin = full potential Anakin, and he can dominate the Ones simultaneously, clearly they are each ROTS Sidious level if not weaker.
I don't see Grandmaster Luke stomping, he's struggled with weaker characters.
Grandmaster Luke -- at least the version people are referring to -- isn't prime Luke. We never see prime Luke covered in legends continuity. Lore stops covering him when he's reached his 60s. Luke started his training extremely late, and 60s isn't even the age one would peak at if they'd trained since infancy. He still has several decades of growth left until he achieves his full potential.
@lord_tenebrous: Does a source say that or is that your own reasoning? My assumption would be that though he started late his force ability, natural talent, emotional growth and trying experiences throughout his life led to him achieving his potential much faster than other Force-sensitives.
@lord_tenebrous: I don’t know if the creators of that show really put any thought into Lucas’s statement as in the what if! about Mortis anakin and if he follows the son instead of rejecting him he was supposedly still weaker than the son (the son becomes his master) and still was able to stomp Palpatine and yoda at the same time. I think the Lucas statement in both canon and legends is a little weak due to other writers interpretations.
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