The Barsen'thor defeated an Ancient Sith Lord that was amping himself on the power of hundreds of Jedi Masters, while highly weakened, after fighting through a capital ship to get to him including alchemically enhanced soldiers and tanking an explosion that obliterated a blast door. This taking place after having her power siphoned by her master, who was then possessed by said Ancient Sith, defeating them and having to perform the Shielding Technique that leaves her drained to the point of exhaustion and weakens her.
In Act I.
'Thor is also stated to "embody true skill" and has literally been worshiped for her combat ability, as a padawan.
Last edited by Nephthys on Jul 11th, 2016 at 07:25 PM
In fairness, Jedi Dooku's probably at least an honorable mention. One of the most powerful Jedi in the Order's 25,000 year history, with an understanding of the Force that was "nearly unrivalled" and "far beyond his peers". Yoda also claims that he's the strongest and most learned of the Jedi students that he's come across, which is saying something.
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Fizz wasn't always an insane Young-Earth Creationist . They were times were he was feared as a debater, and that's prolly why he got in before Frozen.
Dunno why you use SFW as an example, tho. The gap between our debating prowess, isn't analogous to the aforesaid debaters, like, at all.
Yes, arbitrary. "One of the most powerful Jedi ever" accolade is trash. Plo Koon has that, and he wouldn't even sniff a top 30 Jedi list. Point me what super-special-awesome Jedi that Yoda has come across during that time period, that makes this as impressive as you make it to be?
It's fair to think that the prime of the Jedi didn't suddenly manifest in a few decades but was a relatively gradual increase, so Dooku being among the greatest Jedi out of centuries leading to that prime does count for quite a bit.
Plus Mace Windu considers Dooku a relative peer of himself, before knowing he had fallen, iirc.