@erkan12: ...That’s not how it works. Good to know rage amps aren’t an excuse though, guess that means TCW Obi-Wan really is > Maul & Savage. Cheers for confirming that for me.
Another shitty post....
1- Yes, that's how it works. See how Dooku trained Savage by specifically making him angry.
2- Savage has become even more powerful by Season 4 according to Dooku and states that Savage is a threat to himself. Maul beats that, Dooku couldn't beat a weaker Season 3 version of Savage.
3- Obi-Wan wasn't rage amped there, he was just more focused than usual. Like he was at Tatooine when Maul finds out about Luke.
4- If Jedi uses rage, that's amplification. If a darksider uses it's not, that's why usually darksiders are stronger, they are using rage and hatred for quick results, see how Maul makes Ezra to lift those stones at Sith Temple, by persuading him to use his anger.
@sportjames23: Maybe Hawkeye's arrow created electricity at specific frequency to stun Vision but idk. To me Shazam in more powerful
Hawkeye's arrow stunned the Vision because it was a stun trap arrow, not because it was electrical. It could have worked on Iron Man or Cap, maybe even on Thor, at most with variable durations. A trick arrow.
The Vision isn't a robot, he isn't metal and circuitry, but vibranium-laced plastic skin tissue powered by an Infinity Gem. If anything, electricity (like Thor's, which "activated" him) probably empowers him.
Those arguments are hilarious.
Thor helped Tony and Banner to CREATE Vision by using his LIGHTNING.
If anything, Shazam would charge Vision and make him even more powerful like Thor did with Iron Man.
When Dookie fanboys understand the correlation between Luke v Vader and Obi-Wan v Maul (both Vader and Maul killed their father figure and their mentor in front of them) they can see that Obi-Wan is always amped like hell against Maul just like Luke was amped against Vader, while Obi-Wan was never amped against Dookie.
Maul is clearly a more skilled and a better sword fighter than Dookie. He would kill him easier than Savage Opress or Quinlan Vos could.