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I was under the impression he meant all of his memories with the Son.
Ahsoka forgets everything after the Daughter heals her, as far as I remember. I'm also quite sure that Kenobi mentions his mind feeling fuzzy.
Nevertheless, my point remains, Knightfall Anakin can't be more powerful than Mortakin, if his 'what-if' incarnation amped by the Son, can only defeat Yoda & Sheev in a prolonged battle. Mortakin straight up dominates the Son & the Daughter in a fashion only the Father can.
Hence Peak Anakin must be Mortakin.
Within your furnace heart, you burn in your own flame. This is how it feels to be Anakin Skywalker.
Why would you get that impression? The most obvious conclusion is that he's erasing his vision of the future, so it can become reality later on.
Oh, his mind was felling fuzzy, was it? So that clearly means he must have forgotten everything that happened to him within a 24 hour time frame. Well my stomach is felling queasy right now, clearly it must mean I suffering from Salmonella and not just reading your posts.
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Interesting reading that again. The Son's absence from combat and from interacting with anyone seems to be consistent with Witwer's theory, that if the Son had escaped with Anakin, then they would have left as one person.
Might also suggest the Ones are not actually "physical" beings so Anakin's dominance of the Son and Daughter may not be a TK feat. Regardless it was still the most powerful display of the Force in Canon.
Last edited by Darth Thor on Sep 30th, 2017 at 11:56 AM