Registered: Jan 2018
Location: In between parallel universes
What are some of the many Dark Side abilities some consider to be unnatural?
The movies have never shown the full power of the Force, omitting both lightside and darkside abilities which would really amp up a Force User's power to incredible levels. I know that the only REALLY cool light side abilites are Force ghost, Mind Trick, Force tame, and Force light, all but one of which we've seen in the movies. But we haven't seen that many Dark side abilities. So which dark side abilities would you say are the most wild/cool?
Alchemy/magic/sorcery/witchcraft/totem magic doesn't count. You have to list the specific abilites acquired through the mentioned uses of the Force.
My list, in no particular order, is as follows:
>Dark Side Tendrils
>Force Drain/Death Field
>Opening up wrends in the Force/causing wounds or disturbances or unbalances in the force to appear (Whatever it was that tenebrous/tenebrous' master/sidious did)
>Force Insanity/ Force Plague/ Memory Walk
I guess if a Sith were to really master all of these abilities, it would allow him/her to make it really easy for themselves to access the Force naturally (put as many midi-chlorians as possible in every cell of their body), stay alive forever, keep others alive, or kill them with a touch, cause immense pain to anyone's body and soul, drain people, fight/destroy/suppress the will of the Force itself, and further their knowledge and power to unprecedented levels. Now of course, a single use of Force Light would end them if these were the ONLY abilities they mastered, but yeah.
Nihilus's drain and Valkorion's combat skills can be considered unnatural.
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Last edited by Stigma on Mar 4th, 2018 at 01:56 PM
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