Theoretical Midichlorian counts?

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Sheev
With Vader as the gauge at over 20000, where would you put the following individuals' midichlorian counts?

-Plagueis
-Sidious
-Yoda
-Tenebrous
-Vitiate
-Mace
-Kenobi
-Snoke
-Kylo
-Rey

JKBart
Plagueis: 12 173
Sidious: 14 017
Yoda: 13 029
Tenebrous: 11 793
Vitiate: 13 000
Mace: 11 009
Obi-Wan: 9 531
Snoke: 7 002
Kylo: 15 039
Rey: 12 011

Sheev
Surprised how low some of yours are. figured Sidious, Yoda, and Plagueis tier would at least be in th 17-18k range.

Galan007
In The Tenebrous Way, Darth Tenebrous was practically fangirling at the thought of creating a being with a midi-chlorian count of 15,000... Suggesting that 15k already exceeded most Jedi/Sith on record(including that of he and Plagueis.)

The Merchant
Going strictly by movie canon, Anakins force potential is over 20K and 2x that of the Emperor's. Since MC counts=potential, this would mean Palps is "Over 10,000." Yoda is roughly his equal, and Suited Vader is 80% of the Emperor's power "over 8,000"

Freedon Nadd
Midi-chlorians are not proof of your Force strength. They just help you to increase your chances of having an 'Oneness' connection.

Greysentinel365
While not storygroup approved there is a book in existence, published officially by Lucasfilm with a bunch of wack MC in it

https://imgur.com/a/wYdIl

I still can't believe this crap slipped through.

Freedon Nadd
Bullsith.

Galan007
Originally posted by Freedon Nadd
Midi-chlorians are not proof of your Force strength. They just help you to increase your chances of having an 'Oneness' connection. There is a direct correlation between midi-chlorian counts and force potential.

Total Warrior
I think they highest number of midi one has the easiest is for him to become very powerful and learn or master force powers. However I think that even someone with a lower power level could become very powerful, they just need muuuch more training and time to grow. Look at Sharad Hett, he was good during the clone wars, but he was nowhere as powerful as he would later become. Give him More decades to grow, and more knowledge, and he became quite a powerful Sith

One Big Mob
It's pretty much the same as genetics. Just because you don't have good genetics doesn't mean someone like Johnny Depp couldn't get stronger than The Mountain before he started training. But once The Mountain started working out and doing heavy roids and hgh, he got higher than Johnny Depp could ever dream of.

If Anakin never trained force stuff, he would have been weaker than some loser like Freedon Nadd. But his ceiling for power is simply higher because his "genetic" potential is off the chain. He has the potential to be the most powerful force user ever if he keeps training. It doesn't mean he is, it means he can become it from training, and likely just normal shit.

Yoda doesn't make sense though since his count is so high and he's had centuries to get more powerful. They kind of glossed over that.

Galan007
Originally posted by Total Warrior
I think they highest number of midi one has the easiest is for him to become very powerful and learn or master force powers. However I think that even someone with a lower power level could become very powerful, they just need muuuch more training and time to grow. Look at Sharad Hett, he was good during the clone wars, but he was nowhere as powerful as he would later become. Give him More decades to grow, and more knowledge, and he became quite a powerful Sith Oh I agree.

I'm just saying that if you have two force-users that are identical in every way, except that one has a midi-count of 5,000 and the other has a midi-count of 15,000, and then give them an equal amount of force-training, the one with the higher count is going to become more powerful overall. As mentioned, there is a direct correlation between high midi-counts and force power/potential.

...But that's not to say a being with a lower midi-count cannot become more powerful than someone with a higher count via extensive training and whatnot.

The Merchant
Originally posted by Greysentinel365
While not storygroup approved there is a book in existence, published officially by Lucasfilm with a bunch of wack MC in it

https://imgur.com/a/wYdIl

I still can't believe this crap slipped through.

Those lists were from Supershadow who was infamous for making up star wars stuff.

Freedon Nadd
Originally posted by Galan007
There is a direct correlation between midi-chlorian counts and force potential.

Then, Vitiate must have a really huge midi-chlorian count, far greater than Anakin's. Happy Dance laughing

Freedon Nadd
Originally posted by One Big Mob
If Anakin never trained force stuff, he would have been weaker than some loser like Freedon Nadd.

Are you trying to say that Freedon Nadd is a weakling? Even, though his Force ghost feats suggest otherwise(a weak Nadd, anyways)

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