Registered: Aug 2016
Location: Pennsylvania, United States
Upon researching this feat further, it's not as impressive as initially thought. There are many circumstances at play here.
The planet itself is aiding Yoda.
The Mud Dweller kids are aiding Yoda.
Yoda needed to learn a special technique in order to manipulate the mountain efficiently.
Everything on that planet is strong in the Force, even the planet itself is alive.
This leads me to believe that not only was Yoda receiving help from the Mud Dwellers and the planet itself, but that either Yoda was drawing on the Force strength of the mountain itself and/or the planet, but that the planet was also a Nexus.
There is more, and I can bring in scans if need be, but it's gonna take little while to get them all uploaded. Ultimately, while the feat is impressive, the fact the feat was being powered by multiple sources, makes it much less impressive.
Yoda wasn't amped. Anyone who thinks otherwise either: a.) hasn't read the arc in its entirety, or b.) has a severe reading comprehension disability, or c.) is low-balling for the sake of trolling, or d.) all of the above.
It was made clear in the story that Yoda was doing this solo -- it was never once alluded to that he was amped in any way/shape/form. Like I said before: the creature and it's unique living stone-material were very strong in the Force, which allowed it to resist(not amp, lol) even the strongest of Force users -- inc. Yoda himself. That's why he was barely able to move a small boulder comprised of said material a few hours before he confronted the mountain itself(scans posted on the last page.)
Do you ever hear me raving about such silly feats such as this. Only kids and adult losers rave about these feats while ignoring how the characters match up on screen. None of this changes Yoda lifting up a ship in the swamp. None of this makes Yoda defeat Dooku or Palpatine in the films. That matters not a random feat in a comic.
It doesn't mean anything to anyone outside fanboys and kids. It doesn't make him look any greater when compared to peers or override facts. It's just a feat in a comic which doesn't change anything in the grand scheme of things. At your age you should know this by now. you don't.