Darth Caedus vs Obi Wan

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JMANGO
Sabers only.

Bonus round #1 : Swap Kenobi for Mustafar Anakin
Bonus round #2 : Swap Kenobi for calm suppressed RotS Anakin that initially fought Dooku

JKBart
Caedus in all 3

JMANGO
Originally posted by JKBart
Caedus in all 3

how> ?

Kurk

JMANGO
Kurk,



With his force powers, granted. Isolating sabers, I don't think it's safe.




A mutual condition of the fight neither end would have benefited from.

Kurk
If Anakin was truly putting his familiarity with Obi-Wan to use he would've known better than to challenge the high ground lol. He failed miserably. Soresu is all about controlling the fight; leading the opponent to a vulnerable position to defeat them. Anakin was driving back Kenobi, but the latter was leading the former to the position of his choosing/advantage.

JMANGO
On this point. Luke should honestly be pretty similar. But discerning a meaningful standing for Caedus is hard based on how botched the fight is. And how inconsistent Luke is.

Luke unintentionally amped Jacen from the start yet after three blade clashes, Jacen is pretty much dead to rights and disengages from the duel with TK. He then poisons Luke, which from can explain why Luke didn't get the above advantage during their mid-fight.

carthage
Caedus in all

JMANGO
Originally posted by Kurk
If Anakin was truly putting his familiarity with Obi-Wan to use he would've known better than to challenge the high ground lol.

His familiarity with Obi Wan isn't necessarily something he has to "put to use:. When you've executed certain moves and stances before, they become imbedded in your muscle memory. Anakin and Obi Wan have dedicated countless hours to sparring one another, so the when it comes to pure bladework neither have the familiarity advantage over another. The high ground thing is seperate.

BazookaMaster
Caedus wins 10/10.

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