**DarthAnt66**

"Only a fully trained Jedi Knight with the Force as his ally will conquer Vader and his Emperor."

-Master Yoda, Return of the Jedi.

Out of all the Jedi in history, only one can possibly do this task, The Chosen One's son himself. Now I'm going to use Statistical Mathematics based off Lucas quotes to solve this one. If you can contradict any of the quotes, please speak up.

"Anakin wasn't what he was supposed to become. But the son could become that."

―George Lucas

In the Star Wars: Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back Director's Commentary, it was stated that Luke is said to represent Anakin's full force potential. With this being said it was also stated:

"However, after all of his limbs were severed and he was extremely burned on Mustafar he lost much of his Force potential. As Darth Vader, Skywalker was believed to have had roughly 80% of the strength of the Emperor. Had he sustained none of his injuries on Mustafar he would have been twice as powerful."

―George Lucas

Okay so we got that:

Anakin Skywalker (Prime) is 200% of Palpatine's Power

Luke Skywalker (Prime)=Anakin Skywalker (Potential)

Okay so, with Luke being the strength of two Palpatines based on Lucas, how much would Vader then aid? It's stated above hes 80% of the Emperor, so let's subtract that from the total 200% and get that Luke is 120% of Palpatine & Vader's power. Make sense?

Now we know that Luke would win, or atleast according to the math, so how badly would Luke win that? Well the answer lays in that extra 20% more then Palpatine's 100%. That 20% is the distance between Vader and Palpatine's power, which is atleast a good tier or two. 20% is also the distance statistically between Luke (Prime) and Palpatine & Vader combined.

So hypothetically, Luke beats the two Sith with the same difficulty as Palpatine would beat Vader. Now obviously there will be some contractions, especially in that between Luke and Anakin, but honestly going by Lucas quotes, I think it's fair to say Luke wins.

Obviously we can go instead feat/accolade/accomplishment/ability wise instead, and we might get a different answer.

-Master Yoda, Return of the Jedi.

Out of all the Jedi in history, only one can possibly do this task, The Chosen One's son himself. Now I'm going to use Statistical Mathematics based off Lucas quotes to solve this one. If you can contradict any of the quotes, please speak up.

"Anakin wasn't what he was supposed to become. But the son could become that."

―George Lucas

In the Star Wars: Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back Director's Commentary, it was stated that Luke is said to represent Anakin's full force potential. With this being said it was also stated:

"However, after all of his limbs were severed and he was extremely burned on Mustafar he lost much of his Force potential. As Darth Vader, Skywalker was believed to have had roughly 80% of the strength of the Emperor. Had he sustained none of his injuries on Mustafar he would have been twice as powerful."

―George Lucas

Okay so we got that:

Anakin Skywalker (Prime) is 200% of Palpatine's Power

Luke Skywalker (Prime)=Anakin Skywalker (Potential)

Okay so, with Luke being the strength of two Palpatines based on Lucas, how much would Vader then aid? It's stated above hes 80% of the Emperor, so let's subtract that from the total 200% and get that Luke is 120% of Palpatine & Vader's power. Make sense?

Now we know that Luke would win, or atleast according to the math, so how badly would Luke win that? Well the answer lays in that extra 20% more then Palpatine's 100%. That 20% is the distance between Vader and Palpatine's power, which is atleast a good tier or two. 20% is also the distance statistically between Luke (Prime) and Palpatine & Vader combined.

So hypothetically, Luke beats the two Sith with the same difficulty as Palpatine would beat Vader. Now obviously there will be some contractions, especially in that between Luke and Anakin, but honestly going by Lucas quotes, I think it's fair to say Luke wins.

Obviously we can go instead feat/accolade/accomplishment/ability wise instead, and we might get a different answer.