They are legends not canon,
I meant they are canon to Legends Continuity.
And secondly, lmao how so 'doesn't mean anything'? people don't need to accept that just because it happened in the legends, we know it wouldn't happen in the different platforms. I would certainly consider that in the battles between a TFU / SWTOR character and a non-TFU / SWTOR character.
Pretty sure a SW writer would consider that too if those two characters had to fight in SW mythos, to make fair I would either downgrade the TFU / SWTOR character's power, or I would upgrade the non-TFU / SWTOR character's power.
We don't disregard feats or lower characters because you don't think they would we written to stomp someone without those kind of feats. That's not how the battle forums work.
Oh you want to talk about the rules now huh?
Feats are, essentially, evidence of ability to back up an argument.
When looking at feats, be objective. Do critical analysis and unravel the context behind the feats; don’t take them at face value. See if there is:
- PIS / Plot Induced Stupidity – When a character wins, loses, or does something out of character for the sake of plot.
- CIS / Character Induced Stupidity – When a character wins, loses, or does something out of character because of something that is occurring in the story. Maybe the character is holding back for some reason, or fighting uncharacteristically ruthlessly.
- WIS / Writer Induced Stupidity – When something happens in the plot due to the writer not doing research on a character’s prior abilities.
Remember: try to be objective.
Using biased TFU / SWTOR feats against non-TFU / SWTOR characters is what I would call WIS due to a Lucasfilm story group member already admitted that they are exaggerated, and what I would call it not being ''objective'' when you know they are obviously ''exaggerated''.