Registered: Feb 2005
Location: Hiding from zombies
Thing is, at this point the force has gone fully in the favor of the dark side. Obi-Wan and Yoda have been hiding in BFE doing nothing really, and they're sorely out of saber practice. And both of them were only barely a match for their Sith counterparts twenty years prior.
Registered: Sep 2005
Location: Picking up some power converters.
I can see it now, the heat of Tattoine has gotten to Obi Wan and he is just wearing a sheet and yelling around jawa neighborhoods screaming "Boo!" Kenobi would make a good character on "Cops," well, up until he tried to ride away on a bantha naked.
Registered: Nov 2005
Location: Seminole Country, FL
I'd have to say the sith too. Although I do think the Jedi have more power and force knowledge, Vader has been in combat the past 20 years, while Sidious studied God knows how much dark side knowledge. In the end they would take it more often than not.
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The Sith win. GL says by ANH Obi-Wan is stronger than Yoda, so Sidious might be able to take these two alone. But with Vader there, Sidious pwns Yoda while Vader holds back Kenobi, then Sidious and Vader together pwn Kenobi.
No, Yoda had been introduced. He said that on the DVD, which came out in 2005. He didn't say Obi-Wan was the strongest good guy in the film, he said the strongest good guy at that time. Unless I'm mistaken Yoda was still alive and a good guy at that time.
Yoda was alive at the time of ANH. "Obi-Wan, who at this point is the strongest good guy" Lets break that down. "Obi-Wan ... is the strongest good guy" meaning he was the strongest. If he's the strongest good guy then he's stronger than any of the other good guys. "At this point." At this point, the point of ANH, he's the strongest good guy. In other words, the quote says "At the point of ANH where Obi-Wan fights Vader he is the strongest good guy." Strongest good guy = he's stronger than any other good guy, not 2nd strongest or third strongest, strongest. Yoda was alive at this time but Obi-Wan was still given the term "strongest". Not Yoda. ANH Audio Commentary, Chapter 37-38, if you don't believe me.