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How Powerful is Dooku? (2020) Empty How Powerful is Dooku? (2020)

on Sat Jul 11, 2020 8:50 pm
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MINI RESPECT THREAD: DOOKU

This is my first entry in a series of bite-sized respect threads. The goal is to create blogs that are easy and quick to read, emphasize only the most important facts, and are packed with sourcing for debate purposes. Each entry will have up to ten key facts supported by up to ten relevant sources. May the Force be with you.

How Powerful is Dooku? (2020) Dooku10

(PRE 32 BBY) Dooku was regarded as perhaps the greatest lightsaber duelist of the Jedi Order, was one of only two Jedi to ever defeat Mace Windu in a legitimate spar, was himself allegedly never bested by Windu, and was regarded by Yoda as both his "most learned in the ways of the Force" and "strongest" student. 

Sources:

Count Dooku was probably the greatest swordsman at the Jedi Temple.
(Star Wars The Official Figurine Collection #12)

He was a remarkable teacher and, of all those in the Temple, arguably the most skilled with a lightsaber.
(Star Wars The Official Figurine Collection #12)

His progress was exceptional, and many thought he was the deadliest of all the Jedi in combat.
(Star Wars The Official Figurine Collection #12)

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In the history of the Jedi Order, only two opponents ever overcame him in battle. One was Master Yoda, who some said was the Order's true master of lightsaber combat. The other was former Master Dooku, whose own fighting style was archaic, yet stunningly effective.
(Star Wars Power of the Jedi Sourcebook)

In his day, Mace was one of the best lightsaber fighters of the Jedi order. It was said only two opponents ever bested him: Yoda and Dooku.
(Official Star Wars Website Databanks: Mace Windu)

In the history of the Jedi Order, only two opponents have ever overcome Master Windu in battle. One was Master Yoda himself, whom some say is the Jedi Order's true master of lightsaber combat. The other was Master Dooku.
(Star Wars Miniatures Revenge of the Sith Preview #1: Mace Windu, Jedi Master)

His skills with his purple-bladed lightsaber were the stuff of legend, and it was said that he could be defeated in combat only by Master Yoda and the great swordsman Count Dooku.
(Star Wars The Official Figurine Collection #33)

It is said that only his one-time friend Dooku and the venerable Grand Master Yoda could outspar Mace Windu.
(Star Wars The Clone Wars: Lightsaber Duels Prima Official Game Guide)

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“You were never able to defeat me at the Jedi Temple, and you won’t defeat me now.”
(Dooku to Mace Windu -- Star Wars: The Clone Wars Lightsaber Duels)

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"Then best of all would be the strongest student, yes? Wisest? Most learned in the ways of the Force?" He nodded. "Best of all, Dooku would be!" His eyes found the other Jedi, one by one: and one by one, they looked away. "Our great student!" Yoda's ears flexed, then drooped. "Our great failure."
(Yoda -- Star Wars Yoda: Dark Rendezvous)

(32 BBY - 22 BBY) Dooku grew far more powerful in the Force and skilled with a lightsaber after falling to the dark side and apprenticing under Palpatine.

Sources:

"I have spent the last ten years learning to use the power of the Dark Side. It gives me infinitely greater power."
(Dooku -- Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones script)

"Powerful you have become, Dooku. The dark side I sense in you."
(Yoda -- Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones)

He felt Dooku gathering power, and he bowed his head in shock and sorrow as he sensed the true source of the Count's increased ability.
(Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones junior novelization)

Count Dooku is a disillusioned former Jedi Knight who lost faith in the Republic and abandoned the Jedi Order. Dooku spent ten years in seclusion honing his Force abilities - and - as a master of the old style of fencing - wields his scimitar-handled lightsaber with consummate grace.
(Star Wars SAGA Series #27: Count Dooku, Dark Lord)

For ten long years, Count Dooku lived in hiding, honing his Jedi skills and crafting his vision of the galaxy's future.
(Star Wars Unleashed: Count Dooku)

This is Dooku, Darth Tyranus, Count of Serenno: Once a great Jedi master, now an even greater Lord of the Sith, Dooku is a dark colossus bestriding the galaxy.
(Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith adult novelization)

Dooku could not argue. Not only had the Dark Lord introduced Dooku to realms of power beyond his most spectacular fantasies...
(Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith adult novelization)

After pursuing extensive Force training at the hands of his merciless master, the innately evil Darth Sidious, Dooku wields the full power of the Force’s dark side. 
(Star Wars The Clone Wars Press Kit)

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His prowess was both exceptional and deadly, and many regarded him as one of the greatest warriors in the history of the Jedi Order. However, once Dooku left the Jedi Order to become an apprentice to the Sith Lord Darth Sidious, his skills became even more formidable.
(The Official Star Wars Fact File #68)

His progress was exceptional, and many thought he was the deadliest of all the Jedi in combat. When he became Darth Tyranus, and with the dark side now guided him, Dooku's still as a swordsman grew even greater.
(Star Wars The Official Figurine Collection #12)

(23 BBY) Dooku easily threw 215 meter Sith cruisers at Anakin Skywalker and Obi-Wan Kenobi on Korriban, forming mountains of twisted metal. Note that while Korriban was a dark side nexus, Darth Bane observed its energies had been subsiding for millenia, and Obi-Wan stated that Dooku was more powerful on Geonosis anyway. 

Sources:

They were nearing the end of the hangar. He sensed it rather than saw it. The corroded vehicles were more numerous now, lined up like dark, giant phantoms.

Like phantoms.

Phantoms that move.

Obi-Wan wrenched his gaze away. He could have sworn the ancient ships were moving.

Then he knew.

"This way!" he yelled, as the first vehicle suddenly flipped over. It would have crushed them if Obi-Wan hadn't dashed to the side with Anakin on his heels. He flattened himself against the wall as another vehicle moved, its jagged wing a lethal weapon, capable of slicing them to ribbons. A cruiser suddenly zoomed toward the wall, straight at them.

"Drop!" Anakin and Obi-Wan hit the floor, hugging the stones as the cruiser passed over them and smashed into the wall.

Vehicle parts began to fall like rain. The crashes were deafening. They leaped, twisted, and dived to avoid them, using the Force to deflect them when they could. Finally they came to rest in the shadow of one of the giant statues. Obi-Wan leaned against a clawed foot and squinted into the darkness.

He could not see the Sith, but he felt the Sith's amusement, his triumph.

The vehicles now smashed into one another, creating a solid mass of screaming metal, effectively blocking them from the front of the hangar.

Anakin ran to the mountain of metal and tried to climb over it. Obi-Wan felt the dark side rise in a crest and then fall, leaving a vacuum behind.

(Star Wars: Jedi Quest: The Final Showdown)

He paused by the wreckage of the vehicles that the mysterious Sith had moved so easily.
(Star Wars: Jedi Quest: The Final Showdown)

How Powerful is Dooku? (2020) KO9scw0
(Star Wars Gamer #5)

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When he'd left the temple and the starport behind, he'd expected that feeling to grow stronger. With each step drawing him closer to the Valley of the Dark Lords he thought he'd feel the dark side growing in its intensity.

Instead he'd felt nothing. No noticeable change at all. He was only a few kilometers away from the valley's entrance; he could see the shaded outlines of the nearest tombs carved from the stone walls. And still the dark side was no stronger than a hollow echo, no more than the lingering memory of distant words spoken in the distant past.

(Star Wars Darth Bane - Path of Destruction)

He'd gone into the desert seeking enlightenment, but found only disillusionment. Korriban was no longer the cradle of darkness; it was a husk, a withered, desiccated corpse that had been picked clean by scavengers. Qordis had been right... yet Bane now understood that he was also very, very wrong.
(Star Wars Darth Bane - Path of Destruction)

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His thoughts turned to his battle with Dooku. He had never met such power in battle before. He had never come up against something that had completely overpowered him. Even meeting the Sith Lord who had killed Qui-Gon had not been the same.
(Star Wars Legacy of the Jedi)

(22 BBY) Dooku was far more formidable than Darth Maul and easily defeated Obi-Wan Kenobi on Geonosis--who, in turn, had continued to master the Force and train Anakin Skywalker for ten years since Episode I, in which Obi-Wan had already fiercely contented with Maul during an angry flurry after Qui-Gon Jinn was defeated. 

Sources:

At the risk of getting a slew of Maul-loving mail, the short answer is that Count Dooku is more skillful than Maul. Think of Maul as a bulldog of a Jedi-killer. He attacks at full speed, full tilt, holding nothing back. That approach has its merits, but it doesn't always apply. Dooku was much more restrained and sophisticated, and he had a much better grasp of Jedi techniques and tactics. Maul was an impressive flurry of fury, barely giving his opponent time to think. Dooku, on the other hand, countered Kenobi's moves almost effortlessly because he knew precisely where to block. This left Dooku with the energy to deliver the surprise blows when his opponent dropped his guard.
(Star Wars Insider Magazine #69)

"Count Dooku's fall has troubled us all," Obi-Wan acknowledged. "Now we have a great and powerful enemy." His thoughts turned to his battle with Dooku. He had never met such power in battle before. He had never come up against something that had completely overpowered him. Even meeting the Sith Lord who had killed Qui-Gon had not been the same.
(Star Wars Legacy of the Jedi)

More sophisticated, more calculating, and if anything deadlier than Maul, Count Dooku (a.k.a. Darth Tyranus) proved himself more than a match for the combined skills of Obi-Wan Kenobi and Anakin Skywalker in Attack of the Clones.
(Star Wars Art: Comics)

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Though well trained in the Jedi arts, Obi-Wan is young and inexperienced. Only after the death of his Master at the hands of Darth Maul is he able to truly connect with the Force and realise his potential as a Jedi Knight.
(Star Wars: Episode I: The Big Flap Book)

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(Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace)

OBI-WAN screams as the pulsing electron gate opens, and the SITH LORD attacks him. The DARK LORD is relentless in his assault on the young JEDI. OBI-WAN and DARTH MAUL use the Force to fling objects at each other as they fight. DARTH MAUL seems to have the upper hand as OBI-WAN grows weary. DARTH MAUL catches OBI-WAN off guard, and the JEDI slips into a melting pit. He is barely able to hold onto a nozzle on the side of the pit. DARTH MAUL grin evilly at OBI-WAN as he kicks OBI-WAN's lightsaber down the endless shaft.
(Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace script)

Free at last of the laser wall, Obi-Wan Kenobi charged out of the service tunnel and into the chamber that housed the melting pit. Abandoning any pretense of observing even the slightest caution, he barreled into Darth Maul with such fury that he almost knocked both of them off the ledge and into the abyss. He struck at the Sith Lord with his lightsaber as if his own safety meant nothing, lost in a red haze of rage and frustration, consumed by his grief for Qui-Gon and his failure to prevent his friend's fall.

The Sith Lord was borne backward by the Jedi Knight's initial rush, caught off guard by the other's wild assault, and pressed all the way back to the far wall of the melting pit. There he struggled to keep the young Jedi at bay, trying to open enough space between them to defend himself. Lightsabers scraped and grated against each other, and the chamber echoed with their fury. Lunging and twisting, Darth Maul regained the offensive and counterattacked, using both ends of his lightsaber in an effort to cut Obi-Wan's legs out from under him. But Obi-Wan, while not so experienced as Qui-Gon, was quicker. Anticipating each blow, he was able to elude his antagonist's efforts to bring him down.

The struggle took them around the edge of the melting pit and into the nooks and alcoves beyond, into shadowed recesses and around smoky pillars and pipe housings. Twice, Obi-Wan went down, losing his footing on the smooth flooring of the melting pit's rim. Once, Darth Maul hammered at him with such determination that he scorched the young Jedi's tunic, shoulder to waist, and it was only by countering with an upthrust counterstrike to the other's midsection and by rolling quickly away and back to his feet that Obi-Wan was able to escape.

They fought their way back toward the laser-riddled service passage, past Qui-Gon's still form, and into a tangle of vent tubes and circuit housings. Steam burst from ruptured pipes, and the air was filled with the acrid smell of scorched wiring. Darth Maul began to use his command of the Force to fling heavy objects at Obi-Wan, trying to throw him off balance, to disable him, to disrupt the flow of his attack. Obi-Wan responded in kind, and the air was filled with deadly missiles. Lightsabers flicked right and left to ward off the objects, and the clash of errant metal careening off stone walls formed an eerie shriek in the gloom.

The battle wore on, and for a time it was fought evenly. But Darth Maul was the stronger of the two and was driven by a frenzy that surpassed even the frantic determination that fueled Obi-Wan. Eventually, the Sith Lord began to wear the young Jedi down. Bit by bit, he pressed him back, carrying the attack to him, looking to catch him off guard. Obi-Wan could sense his body weakening, and his fear of what it would mean if he, too, were to fall, began to grow.

Never! he swore furiously.

Qui-Gon's words came back to him. Don't center on your fears. Concentrate on the here and now. He struggled to do so, to contain the emotions warring within and bearing him down. Be mindful of the living Force, my young Padawan. Be strong.

Sensing his opportunity slipping away from him and his strength waning, Obi-Wan mounted a final assault. He rushed the Sith Lord with a series of side blows designed to bring the two-bladed lightsaber horizontal. Then he feinted an attack to his enemy's left and brought his own lightsaber over and down with such force that he severed the other's weapon.

Crying out in fury, he cut triumphantly at the Sith Lord's horned head, a killing blow. And missed completely.

Darth Maul, anticipating the maneuver, had stepped smoothly away. Discarding the lesser half of his severed weapon, he counterattacked swiftly, striking at Obi-Wan with enough force that he knocked the young Jedi sideways and off balance. Quickly he struck him again, harder still, and this time Obi-Wan lost his footing completely and tumbled over the edge of the pit, his lightsaber flying from his hand. For an instant, he was falling, tumbling away into the dark. He reached out in desperation and caught hold of a metal rung just below the lip of the pit.

There he hung, helpless, staring up at a triumphant Darth Maul.

(Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace adult novelization)

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(Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones)

OBI-WAN comes in fast, swinging at COUNT DOOKU'S head. DOOKU parries the cut easily. As they fight, it quickly becomes clear that DOOKU is the complete swordsman - elegant, graceful, classical - a master of the old style.

COUNT DOOKU: Grand Master Kenobi, you disappoint me. Yoda holds you in such high esteem.

COUNT DOOKU parried another cut.

COUNT DOOKU: Surely you can do better? (parries) No, I'm surprised. Has Jedi swordsmanship degenerated so quickly, or are you trying to make fun of me? (cuts) Which is it?

COUNT DOOKU thrusts. OBI-WAN steps back quickly, panting for breath.

COUNT DOOKU: Come, come, Master Kenobi. Put me out of my misery.

OBI-WAN takes a deep breath, gets a fresh grip on his lightsaber and comes in again. For a moment, he drives COUNT DOOKU back. Then Dooku's superior skill begins to tell again, and he forces OBI-WAN to retreat.

COUNT DOOKU increases the tempo of his attack. OBI-WAN is pushed to the limit to defend himself. DOOKU presses. His lightsaber flashes.

OBI-WAN is wounded in the shoulder, then the thigh. He stumbles back against the wall, trips, and falls. His lightsaber goes skittering across the floor.

(Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones script)

Obi-Wan stepped slowly at first, then came on in a sudden rush, his blue blade coming in hard, right to left.

But with only a slight movement, the red blade stabbed under the blue, then lifted up, and Obi-Wan's blade went flying harmlessly high of the mark. With a slight reversal of his wrist, Dooku stabbed straight ahead, and Obi-Wan had to throw himself backward. He brought his lightsaber across as he did, trying to parry, but Dooku had already retracted his blade by then and had settled back into perfect defensive posture.

Against that posture, Obi-Wan's sudden flurry of attacks seemed exaggerated and inefficient, for Dooku defeated each, one after another, with a slight parry or dodge, seeming barely to move. For while Obi-Wan and most of the Jedi were sword fighters, Count Dooku was a fencer, following an older fighting style, one more effective against weapons like lightsabers than against projectile weapons like blasters. The Jedi on the whole had abandoned that old fighting style, considering it almost irrelevant against the enemies of the present galaxy, but Dooku had always held stubbornly to it, considering it among the highest of fighting disciplines.

Now, as the battle played out between the Count and Obi-Wan, the older way showed its brilliance. Obi-Wan leapt and spun, slashing side to side, chopping and thrusting, but all of Dooku's movements seemed far more efficient. He followed a single line, front and back, his feet shifting to keep him constantly in perfect balance as he retreated and came on suddenly with devastating thrusts that had Obi-Wan stumbling backward. "Master Kenobi, you disappoint me," the Count taunted. "Yoda holds you in such high esteem."

His words spurred Obi-Wan forward with another series of slashes and chops, but Dooku's red blade angled left and then right, then up just enough to send Obi-Wan's descending blade slipping off to the side. Obi-Wan had to retreat soon after, gasping for breath.

"Come, come, Master Kenobi," Dooku said, his lips curled in a wicked smile. "Put me out of my misery."

Obi-Wan steadied himself and shifted his lightsaber from hand to hand, getting a better grip on it. Then he exploded into motion, coming on again fiercely, his blue lightsaber flashing all about. He kept a better measure of his cuts this time, though, reversing his angle often, turning a wide slash into a sudden thrust, and he soon had Dooku backing, the red blade working furiously to keep Obi-Wan at bay.

Obi-Wan pressed forward more forcefully, but Dooku continued to fend off the strikes, and then his momentum played out. He was too far forward, while Dooku remained in perfect balance, ready for a counterstrike.

And then it was Dooku suddenly pressing the attack, his red blade stabbing and retracting so quickly that most of Obi-Wan's cutting parries hit nothing but air. Obi-Wan had to jump back, and then back again, and again, as those thrusts moved ever closer to hitting home.

Dooku stepped forward suddenly, stabbing low for Obi-Wan's thigh. Down went the blue blade to intercept, but to Obi-Wan's horror, Dooku retracted his weapon and thrust it right back out, up high and across the other way. Obi-Wan couldn't get his weapon back to block, nor could he slide back fast enough.

Dooku's red blade stabbed hard into his left shoulder, and as he lurched back, Dooku retracted the blade and stabbed along its original course, digging into Obi-Wan's right thigh. The Jedi stumbled backward, tripping and crashing hard against the wall, but even as he fell, Dooku was there, his red blade rolling over and inside Obi-Wan's blade, and with a sudden jerk, he sent Obi-Wan's lightsaber bouncing across the floor.

(Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones adult novelization)

(22 BBY) Dooku was "equal to" Yoda in the Force on Geonosis according to George Lucas. Lucas likewise states that their lightsaber duel was an epic clash between supreme masters of the Force, with both combatants attacking and defending. Note that these descriptions reveal a late change in the Episode II script, which instead chronicles a one-sided fight of Dooku futilely attacking an unmoving Yoda and then Yoda explosively attacking and disarming a rapidly retreating Dooku. Many 2002 sources used the earlier Episode II script and consequently depicted Dooku's performance unfavorably, but later sources generally support closeness or parity.

Sources:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3UUQIIOO8RM
(Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones)

"You can't just go right into the sword fight, so I decided to go back to The Empire Strikes Back of throwing things at each other, even though I knew they were equal to each other. So, it was a hopeless gesture, and they would've figured that out in two seconds, but for the audience it's nice for them to go through this process of throwing everything around."
(George Lucas -- Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones DVD commentary)

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"George felt that Star Wars fans had been waiting a long time to see Yoda in combat. He wanted us to show Yoda ferociously leaping and fighting, not just standing his ground and deflecting incoming attacks. The results had to be an amazing clash between the forces of good and evil with two ultimate masters of opposite sides of the Force in head-to-head combat.”
(Rob Coleman, Animation Director -- Star Wars Adventures Magazine #1)

George Lucas provided the answer. He wanted to see Yoda moving quickly, attacking Dooku Dooku as well as defending himself.
(Star Wars Adventures Magazine #1)

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The Jedi Master Yoda confronted Dooku. The two engaged in a titanic struggle of Force powers, neither besting the other.
(Official Star Wars Website Databanks: Mace Windu)

"Here we see Dooku use his great powers of the Force, because he’s really, you know, almost as powerful as Yoda himself."
(Genndy Tartakovsky, Writer & Director -- Star Wars Clone Wars DVD commentary)

The Jedi Master Yoda confronted Dooku. The two engaged in a titanic struggle of Force powers, neither besting the other.
(The Complete Star Wars Encyclopedia)

Vividly his mind went back to their last meeting, on Geonosis: swords drawn at last, and finally equal. What a bittersweet moment--to see Yoda again, and be a match, or more than a match for him.
(Star Wars Yoda: Dark Rendezvous)

"The two Force warriors attempted to defeat each other with displays of telekinesis and other Force abilities, but they were too evenly matched."
(Star Wars Lightsabers: A Guide to Weapons of the Force)

As they lay wounded, Jedi Master Yoda and Dooku engaged in a titanic struggle of Force powers, neither besting the other.
(Star Wars Insider Magazine #100)

(21 BBY) Dooku held his own against Mace Windu and Obi-Wan Kenobi combined on Behpour. The Jedi duo needed to redirect his Force lightning at nearby energy generators, causing them to overload and release damaging electrical blasts, gradually weakening Dooku and eventually collapsing the large platform that they fought on.

Sources:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_1ieRQ-4BB4
(Star Wars The Clone Wars: Republic Heroes)

As the battle against Dooku begins, the Sith Lord leaps away and takes refuge atop one of the large generators around the side of the platform. Leave Dooku for now and use a series of jump attacks to take out his magna guards. If you can't attack all of them at once, jack one of them and turn it on the others. Allow Master Kenobi to distract the guards while you attack them.

Once you've taken out all of Dooku's magna lackeys, he comes down from his perch and strikes. Attack him with lightsaber combos until he uses his Sith lightning. When he does, allow yourself to get zapped; Yoda then instructs you to redirect the lightning at one of the generators on the outside of the platform by swinging your lightsaber toward them.

As Dooku continues to fight, the generator charges the electricity and eventually overloads, sending a massive electrical blast out from the platform's center! When it does, the blast hits Count Dooku, dealing massive damage. Repeat this three times until Dooku's Health bar turns red.

Continue to redirect Dooku's lightning to the generators, and zap him with his own electrical charge. This time, however, you'll need to lure Dooku to the platform's center while the generators charge. After hitting him three more times, Dooku and the platform take enough damage to send them plummeting into the acid river below.


(Star Wars The Clone Wars: Republic Heroes Prima Official Game Guide)

(21 BBY) Dooku utterly dominated Asajj Ventress with telekinesis on Vjun. (Ventress had already challenged Anakin Skywalker and Obi-Wan Kenobi on five occasions respectively, defeated Kit Fisto on Ord Cestus, moved far faster than Plo Koon on the Devastation, and defeated Luminara Unduli on the Tranquility.) Months later above Toydaria, Ventress briefly held her own against Dooku but was ultimately telekinetically battered into submission. (This more powerful Ventress had even greatly challenged Mace Windu on Coruscant.) Note, however, that Ventress was uniquely vulnerable to Dooku due to withheld knowledge and their personal connection.

Sources:

"Don't patronize me," Asajj said coldly.

Dooku looked around. "Or what?"

Her face went pale. Dooku lifted that one finger, and this time he tapped it in the air, as if pushing a needle into a pincushion. Ventress crumpled to her knees. Her voice came out clotted with pain.

"Please," she said. "Don't."

"It doesn't feel very good, does it? Like sharp stones in your throat and chest."

Dooku made another little patting motion, and Ventress slammed to the tile floor.

"It's the blood vessels I hate," Dooku said. "The way they stretch inside, like balloons about to pop."

"P-p-p-please..."

"But worse than anything is the memories," he said, more softly still. "They crowd around, like flies on meat. Every despicable thing, every petty vice, every little act of spite."

A cruel, strange quiet stretched out as Ventress panted on the stone floor. Rain ticked against the window glass, and the Count's soft voice went dark and far away.

"All the things you should have stopped, but didn't, and nothing will ever be right again. And the things you've done," he whispered. "By the pitiless stars, the things you've done..."

The comm on Dooku's desk beeped. He shook his head, like a man waking from a dream.

"The Troxan delegation is at the door."

Ventress crawled to her feet. Her face was bruised and her cheeks were wet with tears. Both pretended not to notice.

(Star Wars Yoda: Dark Rendezvous)

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(Star Wars The Clone Wars Season 4: Witches of the Mist)

Ventress tried as hard as she could to battle her former Master. But he was even too powerful for her to defeat.
(Star Wars The Clone Wars: Secret Villain)

Asajj Ventress and Savage Opress wage a combined attack against Dooku, whose abilities with the Force far surpass those of his apprentices.
(Official Star Wars Website: Dooku Vs. His Apprentices)

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If Dooku wanted to end her, he would. He had not taught her all the Sith lore he possessed, but even the slender connection between them made her terribly vulnerable to his arts.
(Star Wars Yoda: Dark Rendezvous)

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Expanded Sources—Asajj Ventress:

VS KIT FISTO

"Your pleasure," Kit hissed, and went at her. He was like fire, Ventress like smoke. The dance had substance but not form, a blur of light that seemed impossibly fast, unbelievably deadly. The two leapt and swerved, collided and bounced away. Single against double light-blades. Hands, knees, feet, all in a mind-numbing blur.

Obi-Wan would have given his right hand to join. Or even to watch such a display. But he had his own worries, his own battle to fight.

He struggled with the urge to simply draw his lightsaber and slaughter the X'Ting. His enemies came on and on, struck quickly but clumsily, got in each other's way. Obi-Wan was direct in attack, and as elusive as a breeze.

He'd missed the engagement, but suddenly-Kit was down! Wounded and groggy from a kick in the jaw, for the first time Ventress had pierced his guard. Her left-hand saber sliced his arm but as sparks flew he dove away from her left blade, leaning into a glancing blow from her right.

Obi-Wan heard the scream but couldn't see the wound's severity. Kit rolled as Ventress came at him, splashing down into the lake. Ventress stood on the dock smiling hugely, arms and legs spread in triumph, laughing in that arctic voice.

(Star Wars The Cestus Deception)

VS PLO KOON

"She's too fast! Use something to stun her!" // https://youtu.be/Tru6Hh3IQyw?t=570
(Plo Koon -- Star Wars The Clone Wars: Jedi Alliance)

VS LUMINARA UNDULI

Despite her injury, Luminara was confident that she could defeat Ventress, dismissing her fighting style as an amateurish copy of Count Dooku's. But she soon found herself overwhelmed by the raw ferocity of Ventress’ attack - and was only saved by Ahsoka’s intervention.
(Official Star Wars Website Biography Gallery: Luminara Unduli)

Luminara taunts Ventress for her sloppy fighting, but the brutal Asajj quickly overpowers the Jedi!
(Star Wars: The Clone Wars Magazine #1)

VS MACE WINDU

https://imgur.com/a/U6a1mh3
(Star Wars The Clone Wars Comic UK #6.23)

(21 BBY & 20 BBY) Dooku held his own against Yoda on Vjun. Although outclassed, Dooku was only slowly driven back and forced Yoda to breathe hard. Note that while Vjun was a powerful dark side nexus, Yoda was nevertheless repeatedly suggested to likewise be amplified by its energies, which the author Sean Stewart later confirmed. A year later on Tatooine, Dooku shockingly defeated Yoda. Note that Dooku may have shrouded his powers to deceive and lure Yoda into a trap, as Yoda stated that Dooku's abilities had significantly diminished immediately before Dooku abruptly bested him via Force lightning and corrected that he had grown more powerful.

Sources:

"Do something for you?" His eyes flicked to Yoda and the lightsaber at the Jedi Master's belt. "Of course I'll do something for you."

With a flick of his hand, he picked up the heavyset woman with the Force and hurled her through the window casement. Yoda's eyes went wide with shock.

"You might want to help her," Dooku said.

With a bound, Yoda was at the casement. Whirry was windmilling down through the black air, screaming and tumbling toward the flagstones. Narrowing his eyes, Yoda reached out through the Force and caught her not three meters from the ground. Instantly he was in the air himself, spinning away from Dooku's vicious attack before he was even consciously aware it was coming. The blinding scarlet blur of Dooku's lightsaber split the air, slashing a burning line along Yoda's side before chopping his desk in half. Yoda whipped out his blade while trying to set Whirry gently down on the cobblestones below.

"Wish to hurt you, I do not!"

"That's odd," Dooku remarked. "I intend to enjoy killing you."

As Yoda released Whirry from his mind's hold, and let her spill gently onto the flagstones far below, the tip of Dooku's lightsaber scored a burning line across his shoulder. The Count's blade was quick as a viper striking. Among the other Jedi, perhaps only Mace Windu would have been his equal on neutral ground: but here on Vjun, steeped in the dark side, his bladework was malice made visible-wickedness cut in red light.

"I've hurt you!" Dooku cried.

"Many times," Yoda said. He considered his pain: let it drop. Now he had nothing but Dooku to focus on, and his lightsaber gleamed with the same fierce green light that flickered from under his heavy-lidded eyes. "But killed me you did not, when you had the chance. A mistake, that was. More than eight hundred years has Yoda survived, through dangers you could not dream."

"I know how to kill," Dooku hissed.

Yoda's eyes opened wide, like balls of green fire.

"Yes-but Yoda knows how to live!"

Then their blades clashed together in a lace of fire, green and red: but the green burned hotter. Slowly, slowly, Dooku gave way: and in the dark, drunken Vjun air, Yoda was terrible to behold.

"Yes," Dooku whispered. "Feel me. Feel the treason. All those years of teaching me, raising me. Trusting me. And here am I, the favored son, butchering your precious Jedi, one by one. Hate me Yoda. You know you want to. "

Count Dooku lashed out with his lightsaber. Yoda took a quick step back and felt the heat of the red blade as it sliced the air centimeters from his tunic. He jumped, spun, and struck at Dooku's back before he landed. Dooku turned aside at the last moment, whipping his blade across the space where Yoda was seconds earlier. Facing each other again, their blades met, clashed, froze.

"Cunning, are you," Yoda said, breathing hard.

"I've had excellent teachers," Dooku said.

Yoda dropped and rolled to the side, his lightsaber blazing, reaching for Dooku's ankles. Dooku leapt up and flipped backwards landing lightly to face Yoda squarely. On his feet again, Yoda whirled and struck at Dooku, his green blade meeting Dooku's and pushing him back. Dooku attacked with reckless abandon fueled with hatred. Their blades hummed together, hissing and sparking. Dooku brought his blade down toward the diminutive Jedi Master and Yoda parried, locking his blade against Dooku's. Yoda breathed, calming himself.

"And yet, even here on Vjun, where the dark side whispers and whispers to me... love you enough to destroy you I do."

Pushing Dooku back yet again, blades flashed and flared stutters of light, blood red and sea green. Sweat ran in streams through Dooku's beard as he countered Yoda's every move, and his lips were white. Holobattles raged around them as the consoles showed Obi-Wan and Anakin clashing with wave after wave of battle droids. Dooku shot a quick glance at the red button on his desk and, with a Force push, he punched it in. Yoda cocked his head.

"A choice made, have you, Count?"

"I notice I am no longer your apprentice," Dooku said between breaths. "There was always a chance you could overpower me, of course."

Yoda attacked: Dooku parried.

"So I put a missile in high orbit, slaved to this location. It's falling now. Gathering speed."

Dooku stepped warily back to the open window casement.

"Can you feel it dropping? A thorn, a needle, an arrow. Faster all the time." He paused to get his breath. "Obi-Wan and your precious Skywalker and your little Padawans will be wiped out when the missile hits. So what you need to decide is, what means more to you, Master Yoda? Saving their lives-or taking mine?"

And with that he leapt backward, out the window. Yoda bounded after him. In the dark Vjun air it was all he could do not to leap after Dooku, to fall on him like a green thunderbolt and annihilate him utterly... But already he could feel the missile, too, dropping in a red scream through the atmosphere, two hundred armored kilos of explosive aimed for Chateau Malreaux.

(Star Wars Yoda: Dark Rendezvous)

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"It frightens me. The Force is very strong here. If even I can feel that, I can only imagine what it must be like for you. I don't think it's a good idea for us to use it unless we absolutely have to. It's like... air with too much oxygen. The dark side is just waiting to catch fire."
(Tallisibeth Enwandung-Esterhazy -- Star Wars Yoda: Dark Rendezvous)

Slowly, slowly, Dooku gave way: and in the dark, drunken Vjun air, Yoda was terrible to behold.
(Star Wars Yoda: Dark Rendezvous)

In the dark Vjun air it was all he could do not to leap after Dooku, to fall on him like a green thunderbolt and annihilate him utterly.
(Star Wars Yoda: Dark Rendezvous)

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(Star Wars The Clone Wars Magazine #8)

(19 BBY) Dooku handily defeated Obi-Wan Kenobi on the Invisible Hand, who had become one of the most powerful and skilled Jedi in history. Dooku easily repelled Obi-Wan's use of his secondary form of Ataru, but Obi-Wan's abrupt change to his primary form of Soresu initially bewildered Dooku with its speed and technique. Once Dooku adjusted, he quickly incapacitated Obi-Wan twice-over within the span of seconds, perhaps showing his mastery in engineering and exploiting openings, all the while fighting Anakin Skywalker too. Note that while Obi-Wan's second incapacitation was attributed to Dooku's familiarity with his style, his abrupt change in tactics, and the attack's speed preventing Obi-Wan from forming a Force barrier, Obi-Wan likewise has experienced Dooku's form of Makashi across twelve fights against Asajj Ventress and four prior fights against Dooku, and Anakin was still unnerved by the ease by which Dooku defeated Obi-Wan despite knowing its circumstances.

Sources:

(Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith)

OBI-WAN and ANAKIN charge COUNT DOOKU. A great sword fight ensues.

COUNT DOOKU: I've been looking forward to this.

ANAKIN: My powers have doubled since the last time we met, Count.

COUNT DOOKU: Good. Twice the pride, double the fall.

DOOKU lunges at the JEDI and they fall back...

COUNT DOOKU: Your moves are clumsy, Kenobi... too predictable. You'll have to do better.

As the battle proceeds, OBI-WAN and COUNT DOOKU are tired. ANAKIN is stronger as he becomes angry. ANAKIN continues to drive the attack on DOOKU. COUNT DOOKU throws OBI-WAN back using the Force.

ANAKIN and COUNT DOOKU move up the stairs. As they reach the upper landing of the General's Quarters, ANAKIN leaps over COUNT DOOKU. OBI-WAN reaches the top of the stairs, destroying TWO SUPER BATTLE DROIDS. COUNT DOOKU holds OBI-WAN in the air using the Force as he turns and kicks ANAKIN out of frame. OBI-WAN is choking.

ANAKIN hits the archway.

DOOKU sends OBI-WAN flying. The Jedi tumbles to the lower level unconscious. COUNT DOOKU spins around again and, using the Force, causes a section of the balcony to drop onto OBI-WAN. ANAKIN spins and kicks COUNT DOOKU, sending him over the balcony.

(Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith script)

(Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith adult novelization)

---

Back at the Rebel base on Coruscant, Luke Skywalker tested Kyp’s Jedi power potential. What he discovered was the strongest Force presence he had known since his Masters, Obi-Wan Kenobi and Yoda.
(Star Wars The Essential Guide To Characters)

As the Separatist attack began, a message was beamed to the Outer Rim, summoning the Jedi’s greatest warriors home. Before the Separatist fleet could leave the Coruscant star system with the Chancellor, they found themselves under attack. Waves of clone starfighters, led by Obi-Wan and Anakin, stormed around their ships.
(Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith junior novelization)

The wise and noble Obi-Wan Kenobi was one of the most powerful Jedi Knights of the Old Republic.
(Star Wars Fandex Deluxe Edition)
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Familiar with Obi Wan's fighting style, the Dark Lord once again got the better of him.
(Star Wars Lightsabers: A Guide to Weapons of the Force)

To begin with, Anakin and Obi-Wan did well, pushing Dooku back and destroying the B2 droids. However, Dooku abruptly shifted tactics. He lifted Obi-Wan in a Force grip choke-hold, simultaneously back-kicking Anakin out of the way. He hurled Obi-Wan across the room, bringing a section of walkway down to trap him there.
(The Official Starships and Vehicles Collection 32)

He can’t fight in two directions at once, Obi-Wan thought as he came up behind the Count. If we can--

Count Dooku half-turned and raised a hand. A rush of dark power lifted Obi-Wan off his feet and choked the air from his lungs. He reached for the Force to counter Dooku, but the attack had been too sudden.

(Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith junior novelization)

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But for Anakin, in the fight there is only terror, and rage.

Only he stands between death and the two men he loves best in all the world, and he can no longer afford to hold anything back. That imaginary dead-star dragon tries its best to freeze away his strength, to whisper to him that Dooku has beaten him before, that Dooku has all the power of the darkness, to remind him how Dooku took his hand, how Dooku could strike down even Obi-Wan himself seemingly without effort and now Anakin is all alone and he will never be a match for any Lord of the Sith--

(Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith adult novelization)

(19 BBY) Dooku held his own against Anakin Skywalker on the Invisible Hand. (Even at the fight's onset, Anakin was repeatedly described as perhaps the most powerful and skilled Jedi alive and of the Order's entire history.) Anakin gradually grew more powerful across the fight as he drew more on his dark side emotions, with his devastating Djem So blows exhausting Dooku's Makashi defenses. After Dooku eliminated Obi-Wan and Anakin cast aside his Jedi restraint and embraced his fear and rage fully, Anakin became even more powerful and fought in a state of mental clarity. Though Dooku was decisively defeated and the outcome was stated to be certain, the combat was still described as "intense" and as two combatants swirling and attacking in bursts of power. George Lucas stated that Anakin's defeat of Dooku proved him to be a "perfect apprentice" to Palpatine, and Christopher Lee stated the point of the fight was to surprise the audience and show a combatant could actually defeat Dooku.

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(Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith)

OBI-WAN and ANAKIN charge COUNT DOOKU. A great sword fight ensues.

COUNT DOOKU: I've been looking forward to this.

ANAKIN: My powers have doubled since the last time we met, Count.

COUNT DOOKU: Good. Twice the pride, double the fall.

DOOKU lunges at the JEDI and they fall back...

COUNT DOOKU: Your moves are clumsy, Kenobi... too predictable. You'll have to do better.

As the battle proceeds, OBI-WAN and COUNT DOOKU are tired. ANAKIN is stronger as he becomes angry. ANAKIN continues to drive the attack on DOOKU. COUNT DOOKU throws OBI-WAN back using the Force.

ANAKIN and COUNT DOOKU move up the stairs. As they reach the upper landing of the General's Quarters, ANAKIN leaps over COUNT DOOKU. OBI-WAN reaches the top of the stairs, destroying TWO SUPER BATTLE DROIDS. COUNT DOOKU holds OBI-WAN in the air using the Force as he turns and kicks ANAKIN out of frame. OBI-WAN is choking.

ANAKIN hits the archway.

DOOKU sends OBI-WAN flying. The Jedi tumbles to the lower level unconscious. COUNT DOOKU spins around again and, using the Force, causes a section of the balcony to drop onto OBI-WAN. ANAKIN spins and kicks COUNT DOOKU, sending him over the balcony.

COUNT DOOKU: I sense great fear in you, Skywalker. You have hate, you have anger, but you don’t use them.

Anakin regains his composure and attacks COUNT DOOKU as the Dark Lord continues his spin to meet him head on. Their fighting becomes even more intense. Anakin attacks COUNT DOOKU with a new ferociousness.

Anakin and Dooku continue their fight. It is intense! Finally, in one last energized charge, ANAKIN cuts off COUNT DOOKU's hands. The Jedi catches the lightsaber as it drops from the severed Sith Lord's hand. COUNT DOOKU stumbles to the floor as ANAKIN puts the two lightsabers to his neck. PALPATINE is grinning as he watches COUNT DOOKU's defeat.

(Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith script)

(Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith adult novelization)

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Skywalker's Shien ready-stance had been a ruse, as had his Ataro gymnastics; the boy was a Djem So stylist, and as fine a one as Dooku had ever seen. His own elegant Makashi simply did not generate the kinetic power to meet Djem So head-to-head. Especially not while also defending against a second attacker.
(Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith adult novelization)

Count Dooku’s calm and measured moves make him a master of Makashi. However, the form lacks great power and Dooku meets his match against the force of Anakin Skywalker’s style.
(Star Wars Mysteries of the Jedi)

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Anakin and Dooku continue their fight. It is intense! Finally, in one last energized charge, ANAKIN cuts off COUNT DOOKU's hands.
(Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith script)

This is the death of Count Dooku:

A starburst of clarity blossoms within Anakin Skywalker's mind, when he says to himself Oh. I get it, now and discovers that the fear within his heart can be a weapon, too.

It is that simple, and that complex.

And it is final.

Dooku is dead already. The rest is mere detail.

The play is still on; the comedy of lightsabers flashes and snaps and hisses. Dooku & Skywalker, a one-time-only command performance, for an audience of one. Jedi and Sith and Sith and Jedi, spinning, whirling, crashing together, slashing and chopping, parrying, binding, slipping and whipping and ripping the air around them with snarls of power.

And all for nothing, because a nuclear flame has consumed Anakin Skywalker's Jedi restraint, and fear becomes fury without effort, and fury is a blade that makes his lightsaber into a toy.

The play goes on, but the suspense is over. It has become mere pantomime, as intricate and as meaningless as the space-time curves that guide galactic clusters through a measureless cosmos.

(Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith adult novelization)

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"It was set up as a test for Anakin, because if he could kill Dooku then he would make the perfect apprentice for Palpatine, who had been training and setting him up and befriending him over the years."
(George Lucas -- Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith DVD commentary)

“Because I’ve already fought Kenobi and Anakin and beaten them, I’ve taken off Anakin’s arm, wounded Kenobi. So I’ve beaten both of them. And I wasn’t defeated by Yoda, close maybe, but nobody could beat me. Now that’s going to surprise the audience, that there is someone who can beat me, who can finish me off, because he [Anakin] does. That will be a surprise, because it will be unexpected. I think that’s a good thing because when they see me arrive, 'There is Kenobi, there is Anakin, uh oh here we go again.' And I do quite a lot of damage to them, a lot.”
(Christopher Lee -- Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith DVD commentary)

---

Expanded Sources—Anakin Skywalker:

Anakin Skywalker--the Hero With No Fear, indomitable warrior in the Clone Wars, and the bringer of balance to the Force--is far more than what an ancient Jedi prophecy described.
(Star Wars Insider #79)

"Clearly Anakin was as strong in the Force as any Jedi who had ever sat on the Council. But as Obi-Wan had told him time and again, the essence of being a Jedi didn't hinge on attaining mastery of the Force, but on attaining mastery over oneself."
(Obi-Wan Kenobi -- Star Wars Labyrinth of Evil)

"Anakin's style has changed completely between Episode II and Episode III. He now no longer cares. He knows he's unbeatable. He's far more dangerous than anybody in the universe."
(Nick Gillard, Stunt Choreographer -- Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith Prima Official Game Guide)

This is Anakin Skywalker:

The most powerful Jedi of his generation. Perhaps of any generation. The fastest. The strongest. An unbeatable pilot. An unstoppable warrior. On the ground, in the air or sea or space, there is no one even close. He has not just power, not just skill, but dash: that rare, invaluable combination of boldness and grace.

He is the best there is at what he does. The best there has ever been. And he knows it.

(Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith adult novelization)

"Skywalker is arguably the most powerful Jedi alive, and he is still getting stronger."
(Mace Windu -- Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith adult novelization)

"And even if the prophecy has been misread. Anakin is the one Jedi we can best hope would survive an encounter with a Sith Lord."
(Agen Kolar -- Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith adult novelization)

Gillard also reports that the duel will explain how Obi-Wan is able to defeat his protege, even though Anakin has been established as the most powerful Jedi who ever lived. "Obi-Wan taught Anakin and Anakin has gone past him," he notes. "But when you get to that duel, it's emotional. That's where the mistake will be made. And if you know the characters, you know Obi-Wan isn't going to get emotional and he doesn't make mistakes."
(The Making of Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of Sith)

Anakin Skywalker is the most powerful Jedi in over a thousand years... This makes Anakin, in effect, a Jedi Master, a rank that Anakin, with his unprecedented power in the Force, feels has been long overdue.
(Star Wars Miniatures: Ultimate Missions: Revenge of the Sith)

Anakin Skywalker was the most powerful Jedi the galaxy had ever known... Anakin was also peerless in combat, invincible against any opponent.
(Star Wars The Official Figurine Collection #8)

Jacen had accepted his Sith destiny, but now he understood not only that it had to happen, but why. Everything in his life had led to this point because Anakin Skywalker's destiny had been subverted and warped by well-meaning but blind Masters, sending him off on a tangent to do a flawed Palpatine's bidding instead of realizing his own full power.

I'm more powerful than any of you.

It was a boy's expression of anger, but it was true. And, as history repeated itself because it had no other choice, Jacen was more powerful than any of them except Luke.

 (Jacen Solo -- Star Wars Legacy of the Force: Bloodlines)
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very, very nice. if i could give u a constellation, i would. good job on making this to later show how impressive vader is btw.
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You should probably add his massive superiority to Maul in SOD.

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you should do one of anakin  and add in the dooku section his grow on the clone wars
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@Master Azronger wrote:You should probably add his massive superiority to Maul in SOD.
calm down. we're gonna get there in time. have patience. he also needs to show how dooku beats plagueis, so its a long road no matter how u look at it.
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@Master Azronger wrote:You should probably add his massive superiority to Maul in SOD.
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I wonder what Dooku looks like when he’s shirtless How Powerful is Dooku? (2020) 2960029119
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When I was shooting the stabbing shot with Christopher, as a director would I was explaining to him what he should do"... "And he says, 'Peter, have you ever heard the sound a man makes when he’s stabbed in the back?' And I said, 'Um, no.' And he says 'Well, I have, and I know what to do.' "
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@CuckedCurry wrote:How Powerful is Dooku? (2020) 04d3b210
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Worth putting in that Mace and Obi-wan were helpless against Sais attack while Dooku easily deflects it
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Is that a cross-guard saber

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Yep. All the nightsisters have energy swords in that game
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@HeartoftheForce wrote:Worth putting in that Mace and Obi-wan were helpless against Sais attack while Dooku easily deflects it
That's Fisto and Obi-Wan, not Mace and Obi-Wan iirc.
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....... Did you watch both clips?
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Sorry, missed it. Good point.
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Ant, why didn’t you include his feats from fellowship of the ring and the two towers
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@Latham2000 wrote:Ant, why didn’t you include his feats from fellowship of the ring and the two towers
its not legends
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