If the circumstances were right for him to get much angrier, than usually, then why not. But in his last two encounters with Anakin he wasn't really angry.
Another fact to consider is that before Ventress Force choked Anakin, he wasn't angry and as focused. It's quite noticeable that with Obi-Wan present Anakin restrains himself and controls his emotions. Otherwise Obi-Wan would sense his anger and chide him for that. While, when Anakin fought Dooku alone, he was clearly amplified by anger and more focused.
Also, there was a factor of surprise as they Force pinned Ventress to the floor and considered her defeated, so presumably their guard was more or less down.
By the way Dooku did Force choke Anakin in one of the episodes, although, Anakin was tired up by magnaguards.
Yeah your right, he did choke him in Shadow Warrior.
Anakin's just too inconsistent though. Yes your right he clearly was holding back when he fought Ventress with Obi-Wan, but Eariler that same season he battled Ventress alone to pretty much a stalemate.
Im assuming he's getting more powerful each season, and I doubt Ventress would stalemate or get the better off him again.
Perhaps he gained more confidence in his abilities after Mortis.
Ye, inconsistent but it is good as with consistency is boring .
I am of opinion that with each season he was becoming not necessary more powerful but skilled in combat and use of Force as he wasn't really shown making any huge Force exertions. He was sorting things out mostly with lightsaber instead.
However, after Mortis he certainly should be much more powerful. Specifically in that situation, when he subdued Son and Daughter, it was kind of Force exertion, where he went beyond his limits. Naturally such feat should make him more attuned to the Force and set higher limits, hence making him more powerful.
ok guys i try to keep ma cool but you guys are makin me mad...when kreia said lookin in revans eyes was like staring into the heart of the force do you guys think she meant he had really beautiful eyes and she wants to do him?? Like seriously??
revan wins with no diffuculty at all!!
revan is not omnipotent or anything and thats not what i am saying...but come on guys this is 80 year old dooku who got killed by anakin!! Im not impressed...sorry REVAN wins!!!
It means he is very powerful, what else?? If he is the heart of the force then naturally he would be beyond that of normal force users... He wouldnt even be a force user, but the heart of the force itself
and why isnt kreia reliable?? She was face to face with revan himself so she knows
2. "Heart of the Force" could mean anything. Your interpretation is that it means he was very powerful. Do you have any source that agrees with you? does it mean he has great EXPERIENCE, or just potential,or realized potential?
Honestly, the quote "heart of the force" as it applies to combat,is meaningless. I'll save you some time. It's been hashed and rehashed. Nothing new to learn from KOTOR. the Revan novel is slightly less discussed, you might look there for evidence.
The 80 year old guy, who fought 900 year old Yoda that in turn fought Palpatine.
I gonna give you a few thoughts to consider.
Aspect of unifying Force is "that the Force is a single entity and has neither a light nor the dark side." It implies that user should be above light or dark, that there should be no light nor dark side powers involved, only the Force in its original raw form. While Revan on opposite used both light and dark side powers, which goes against that aspect.
Another thing is that the Force naturally takes side of those, who follow the lightside, Jedi are the keepers of the balance.
When Revan fought with Vitiate, it was quite rational. There was no spiritual side in the way he fought. He used all tools available relying on his versatility rather, than morals. He would have won, if he could achieve perfect calm and become tool of the Force but perfect calm doesn't involve anger and is not associated with darkside powers in any way.
Jedi Knight on the other side defeated Vititate. He was no way as versatile as Revan and most likely less skilled both in combat and utilizing the Force. But he still won, don't you get why?
Ok smarty pants if you know that my interpretation is wrong then you should know what heart of the force means... Dont tell someone they are wrong unless you know what it means and if you dont know then shut the hell up and concede
In cartoon they made D'artanian out of Dooku. Direct blocking Anakin's powerful strikes with one hand looked stupid and unrealistic. In both films Dooku mostly fought with two handed grip and switched to one handed only, when convenient, which makes sense, while in cartoon he keeps his hand to the back through the whole fight.
He uses one hand because it makes it easier to melee attack or force attack with the other free hand that way he can be very good at using sabres to set up he force attack, like in mma where you use strikes to set tup the takedown.