Then don't expect us to adhere to the delusion that Sion is "uber powerful", when the truth is, people like Luke or Sidious and so forth are simply miles ahead of him in both skill and power. Furthermore, Sion would lose to Traya or Sidious - both are master manipulators and would have his world upside down in a matter of seconds.
No, just, no. Darth Sion is not that powerful. In KOTOR the only reason his will must be broken is because your character lacks the power to do anything else. I mean, what would he do against Luke, who can take his head off easily. And even if he could survive that (which I doubt), then he just get's his head force tossed in the other direction while his opponent laughs as Sion's body tries to find it a la POTC2
Meh, just due to it's nature I generally don't include Zonama Sekot in any argument involving force sensitive characters, it's to ambiguous.
Once again, fail. If nothing else, Nihilus is behind Sidious who's the most powerful sith of all time, not evening mentioning the likes of the Skywalkers
Revan...ahead of Luke, yoda, Sids? What's more your argument about his memories returning is very lame. In KOTOR they say numerous times that his old mind is for the most part gone, as we can see some memories have come back, but there's nothing to suggest that they'd all return, and even if more did come back it wouldn't matter as he wouldn't use his Sith knowledge again anyway.
This is number one right here, no question, I don't need to parrot the arguments that have been made again and again.
As soon as Luke got serious, he owned Thul, and that was with Lomi plo was it not?
Again, no. Malak with the SF power still got tooled by Revan
Needs to be higher up on the list, possibly number 2.
Again, needs to be higher up.
Sidious is the most powerful Sith of all time, that you didn't even put him in the top 5 shows how lame your list is.
Odd, for someone who constantly rants about the greatness that is Bane I'm surprised that he didn't make your list.
If disintegrating Sion's body was so easy, Exile could have done that with her Saber. The problem is that Sion's body remains joined due to the immense power of the Dark Side that he seems to utilize to do so. The only way to defeat Sion is to convince him to give up his life.
Nihilus can eat anyone for breakfast unless someone is a Wound in the Force.
His memories did returned after the events of KOTOR and he thus decided to contend with the issue of the True Sith by himself.
The dumbest comment so far. Actually it is stated in the offical blog entry of Darth Malak in SW Blogs section, that his duel with Revan on Star Forge was of titanic proportions or an Epic one.
I agree that the list made by Apollo Cloud is joke. Siidous is the best.
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I never said it would be easy, Sion is certainly not your average dark side practioner, I simply mean that for someone like Luke, or any of those that fall into the top ten, it wouldn't be hard. What's more it seems that all it takes to break his morale is to defeat him enough in combat, in KOTOR he become disheartened just by his inability to defeat the Exile.
Perhaps, but the problem here is that his power comes completely from this one rather tricky technique that at the very least Luke would be able to counter (which is why he shouldn't be placed above him), sans his drain technique his raw power, while nothing to laugh about, still isn't on par with Luke or Sidious.
Where does it say that ALL his memories came back? I remember them saying that he was remembering some things, and that his memories prompted him to leave known space, but where do they indicate that it all came back.
Yet, don't forget that in the end he was beaten, even when powered up, by Revan who while a powerful individual, doesn't stack up against Luke, Sidious, Kyp, Jacen, so Malak isn't even a blip on the radar. And a fight being Epic doesn't prove much of anything.