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Respect Ki-Adi Mundi:
Force Valor is a light-sided power enabling a Jedi to enhance one's resolve and physical traits, such as strength, durability and speed. Force Protection is the passive (and sometimes active) enhancement of a Force sensitive's durability to varying superhuman degrees. Force Speed is the passive (and sometimes active) enhancement of a Force sensitive's speed to varying superhuman degrees.
Ki-Adi sends a thug flying from the force of a physical strike, then overpowers several more thugs:
Ki-Adi is unharmed by a thug's headbutt, then proceeds to knock him out with a kick:
Ki-Adi overpowers a thug with ease despite being attacked in a period where he let his guard down:
Ki-Adi forms a shield out of his blade:
Qui-Gon, Obi-Wan, Tiin, and Ki-Adi-Mundi surged from the pyramid entrance, engaging the terrorists that had driven them back. A quarter of the way across the immense plaza, the Jedi spread out in a wedge formation, their constantly moving blades fending off blaster bolts loosed from ahead and to either side. Behind the energy barrier fashioned by the lightsabers, Yaddle, Depa, Vergere, and two of the judicials raced out to divert fire from the rear.Source: Cloak of Deception
He moves his lightsaber blade at imperceptible speeds:
Qui-Gon, Obi-Wan, and Ki-Adi-Mundi stood with their backs pressed to one another, deflecting a hail of blaster bolts the terrorists poured into the plaza. The blades of their lightsabers—green, blue, and purple—moved faster than the eye could follow, blazing bright as novas as they sent the bolts caroming from the ancient stone walls and ricocheting off the sloping faces of the pyramids.Source: Cloak of Deception
Ki-Adi is kicked by Grievous into a pair of twisted metal pillars with enough force to knock the pillars down onto him, but he emerges unharmed and immediately thereafter moves in a blur:
Ki-Adi runs in a blur, avoiding blaster fire:
Ki-Adi Mundi survives a gunship crash, where the gunship is destroyed but Ki-Adi is largely, if not entirely, unhurt:
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Telekinesis is a basic, neutral Force power enabling Force-sensitives to manipulate their surroundings (often objects or individuals) via the Force.
Ki-Adi telekinetically lifts his lightsaber from the sand, a feat accomplished whilst injured:
Ki-Adi lifts and upturns a skiff, a feat he accomplishes whilst lightly injured:
Ki-Adi knocks down five sand people with a Force Wave:
Ki-Adi unleashes a telekinetic blast that leaves behind a crater, a feat accomplished whilst exhausted:
He telekinetically calls a lightsaber from Grievous's waist to his hand, a feat accomplished whilst exhausted:
Telepathy enables one to communicate with, influence, or manipulate another's thoughts.
Ki-Adi telepathically calms a group of aggravated beings to avoid conflict:
Ki-Adi calms an aryx:
Force Sense is a basic power allowing Force sensitives to sense their surroundings via a sixth sense of sorts. A broader, passive iteration of that power also affords a Jedi passive precognition and clairvoyance.
Ki-Adi Senses the location of his lightsaber, buried in sand:
Ki-Adi mentally senses the presences of the diviks and distinguishes them from the survivors, despite even a ship's life readings being unable to perform such a feat:
Beast Control, Beast Trick or Animal Friendship is an ability that allows Force users to control beasts.
Ki-Adi summons an aryx to aid him in combat, and then calms it with the Force:
Force Healing is a light-sided Force technique that can heal wounds and ease pains.
Ki-Adi Heals a wound by using the Force knit bone, mend flesh, and renew the injury site:
Ki-Adi defeats several thugs in unarmed combat:
Ki-Adi Mundi bests a group of thugs:
Ki-Adi lasts the longest out of a team of Jedi against Grievous, proving himself to be more skilful than any of the other Jedi in the group, including Shaak Ti, Aayla Secura and K'kruhk. Additionally, he contends with Grievous and even deprives him of one of his three blades despite being disadvantaged in a number of areas. He is already exhausted from a prior battle, is unfamiliar with Grievous's unorthodox form whereas Grievous has complete knowledge on his, and his form, Ataru, is not suited to combating multiple opponents, or, in this case, an opponent with multiple blades:
Ki-Adi fights evenly with Asajj Ventress for a brief period of time, until the fight is interrupted by clones:
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