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@mrmonster, @killbilly: Thoughts?
He pinned Kyp Durron? That's pretty impressive. Though, was it Kyp before his prime?
Still should be a good feat regardless.
EDIT: Ok, so it isn't Kyp before his prime. Shouldn't that make Kenth one of the most powerful Jedi of the NJO era? I mean if he can telekinetically restrain Kyp Durron himself...
@k9ofchaos: I wasn't thinking of Odin, I was thinking of Laufey, his biological father.
Batman should be here too. So should Jessica Jones, if you don't already have her. I'd argue Punisher and Psylocke fit too.
@swagbender: He's more Palpatine than Vader, I'd say, but yeah you could make a case for his being a Vader figure too.
Soldier Supreme (Cap mixed with Doctor Strange):
@shootingnova: So let me ask you this: do we take the DS Exile's killings of the Masters as proof that she would have been capable of killing them? After all, we take the enclave being restored even if their's only one Jedi Master still alive as evidence that all of them individually can do it. Well then, do we take the Dark Exile killing them one by one as proof that she can do so? If so, it would really go a long way towards showing how impressive she is, especially considering that one of them (either Zez-Kai-Ell or Vrook), would be killed when the Exile is still relatively early in her journey and nowhere near the peak of her power.
@shootingnova: As an aside, you probably could have grouped the Mandalorians and Azkul's mercenaries as one, since it's apparent that Esok and his two men are working for Azkul and company.
Pretty awesome argument. And yes, the "I should hope that nobody considers it a possibility that the wild beasts reconstructed the Enclave." line is hilarious.
I will say that Khoonda's population may have softened their views on the Jedi somewhat following two Jedi helping to bring down Azkul and his men, but even so it wouldn't change the fact that (as you said), they wouldn't have the means or the time to rebuild the enclave.
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