#1 Posted by luke-skywaker (46 posts) - - Show Bio

If the sith are able to summon force lightning is it possible they are able to summon other weather controls such as force wind or force water blast etc.

#2 Posted by Methos (40103 posts) - - Show Bio

no...

The "Force Lightning" isn't actually lightning but an electrical manifestation of The Force...

as far as i know, that is the only elemental version of The Force out there

M

#3 Posted by speedlgt (2109 posts) - - Show Bio

if sith has force lighting as a projection of energy what do jedi have?

#4 Posted by Zeus (18 posts) - - Show Bio
Methos said:
"no...

The "Force Lightning" isn't actually lightning but an electrical manifestation of The Force...

as far as i know, that is the only elemental version of The Force out there

M"
Darkness could be counted as one
#5 Posted by Tenjin (1604 posts) - - Show Bio
speedlgt said:
"if sith has force lighting as a projection of energy what do jedi have?"

A jedi has something similiar to force lightning called Electric Judgment and is pretty much the same as Force Lightning, but it is rare for jedi to use it because of its association with evil.
#6 Posted by King Saturn (224189 posts) - - Show Bio
Respect Force Lightning
#7 Posted by speedlgt (2109 posts) - - Show Bio

dude how come we dont really see any cool LIGHT side force powers in the movies. I mean something that a sith doesnt display Other than immortal stuff that yoda and Kenobi did

#8 Posted by King Saturn (224189 posts) - - Show Bio
speedlgt said:
"dude how come we dont really see any cool LIGHT side force powers in the movies. I mean something that a sith doesnt display Other than immortal stuff that yoda and Kenobi did"
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#9 Posted by Cavalry (237 posts) - - Show Bio
speedlgt said:
"if sith has force lighting as a projection of energy what do jedi have?"
Jedi tend to shy away from overtly destructive manipulations of the force.
#10 Posted by the human Juggernaut (7224 posts) - - Show Bio

there are no "light" or "dark" force powers.  It all depends on how you use them.

#11 Posted by Obi Wan Kenobi! (27638 posts) - - Show Bio
the human Juggernaut said:
"there are no "light" or "dark" force powers.  It all depends on how you use them."
actually their are..


basically the rules are, if they inflict a large amount of pain on someone it is a dark force power...

for example...a sith may use force lightning to get through a bunch of clones or w/e...while a typical jedi might try to use some sort of mind trick, inivisbility, or stealth..
#12 Posted by the human Juggernaut (7224 posts) - - Show Bio
Obi Wan Kenobi! said:
"the human Juggernaut said:
"there are no "light" or "dark" force powers.  It all depends on how you use them."
actually their are..


basically the rules are, if they inflict a large amount of pain on someone it is a dark force power...

for example...a sith may use force lightning to get through a bunch of clones or w/e...while a typical jedi might try to use some sort of mind trick, inivisbility, or stealth.."
you don't have to use it to inflict pain... for instance, you could use force grip to pick up an object, or crushing an object.
#13 Posted by luke-skywaker (46 posts) - - Show Bio

Force lightning is actually lightning summoned using the force by dark siders but think that master yoda is able to use it, because normally to block something you need to know how to use it. Also what about mace windu, he has full dedication to the force, all the other that tried to use vaapad have turned to the dark side, because it concentrate on using your strengths as well as your oppenents weaknesses, so maybe the jedi will be able to use force lightning. able to be

#14 Posted by Spider-Pantrelli (1731 posts) - - Show Bio



From luke-skywaker's most recent blogs... maybe it is possible...

#15 Posted by Vrakmul (23849 posts) - - Show Bio
Obi Wan Kenobi! said:
"the human Juggernaut said:
"there are no "light" or "dark" force powers.  It all depends on how you use them."
actually their are..


basically the rules are, if they inflict a large amount of pain on someone it is a dark force power...

for example...a sith may use force lightning to get through a bunch of clones or w/e...while a typical jedi might try to use some sort of mind trick, inivisbility, or stealth.."
Jacen solo is proof that there is no light or dark side, merely a point of view, some cultures like pain, but some sith can manipulate weather but it's not with force lightning, but there are two abilities called force storm the first is a vastly stronger version of force lightning, the other is creating hyperspace wormhole storms with the force, this one has only been done by palpatine.  

However when you think about it, it's all pointless, all the Jedi die at some point and they have no impact on their universe as a whole.  
#16 Edited by luke-skywaker (46 posts) - - Show Bio

well then what about streen, he used the force to control wind, and anyway all jedi/sith have the "potential" to have unlimited power!!

#17 Posted by Resonate (15054 posts) - - Show Bio
Methos said:
"no...

The "Force Lightning" isn't actually lightning but an electrical manifestation of The Force...

as far as i know, that is the only elemental version of The Force out there

M"
In a nutshell, yeah
#18 Posted by luke-skywaker (46 posts) - - Show Bio

A nutshell?

#19 Posted by Darth Balls (691 posts) - - Show Bio

master Plo Koon has force lightning ability and so does luke skywalker  most  force sensitive being's preferably Jedi or sith have a wide scale variety of force techniques they could learn  but some choose to learn the basics while others quickly adept and choose to learn more .  not to mention the fact Jedi are keepers of the peace not warriors wich explains why they don't go beyond  jedi mind trick and any type of force push or pull.the less harm for them is better.

#20 Posted by luke-skywaker (46 posts) - - Show Bio

Look at spider-pantrelli's post or check my blog there is proof.

#21 Posted by King Saturn (224189 posts) - - Show Bio
It would be cool if Sith Lord could like summon Fire or Ice Powers from the Force...
#22 Posted by Vrakmul (23849 posts) - - Show Bio
luke-skywaker said:
"well then what about streen, he used the force to control wind, and anyway all jedi/sith have the "potential" to have unlimited power!!"
They can't really affect much out of their home Galaxy, which is younger than the milky way by a lot.  *5 billion years for the star wars galaxy vs 10 billion for ours* But it's larger, 120,000 light years in diameter for them, 100,000 for us.  The star content is roughly the same, as both have 500 billion.   So the Star wars galaxy is less dense than the Milky Way.  But the Andromeda galaxy massively trumps both combined.  It has over 10 trillion stars in a relatively small space of 150,000 light years, 20 times the stars in a space only 1.5 times larger than the milky way.   Imagine if there were 15 times more stars in the sky in the night!  You could read a book under the starlight!
#23 Posted by warlock360 (28050 posts) - - Show Bio
Dreadnaught said:
"luke-skywaker said:
"well then what about streen, he used the force to control wind, and anyway all jedi/sith have the "potential" to have unlimited power!!"
They can't really affect much out of their home Galaxy, which is younger than the milky way by a lot.  *5 billion years for the star wars galaxy vs 10 billion for ours* But it's larger, 120,000 light years in diameter for them, 100,000 for us.  The star content is roughly the same, as both have 500 billion.   So the Star wars galaxy is less dense than the Milky Way.  But the Andromeda galaxy massively trumps both combined.  It has over 10 trillion stars in a relatively small space of 150,000 light years, 20 times the stars in a space only 1.5 times larger than the milky way.   Imagine if there were 15 times more stars in the sky in the night!  You could read a book under the starlight!"
..................... love
#24 Posted by Vrakmul (23849 posts) - - Show Bio

However the radiation would be tremendous, and there would be a few supernovas every decade, not every century. 

#25 Posted by warlock360 (28050 posts) - - Show Bio
Dreadnaught said:
"However the radiation would be tremendous, and there would be a few supernovas every decade, not every century. "
seeing as how they would be so close together, if one would go nova, it would cause a chain reaction not unlike the domino effect.
#26 Posted by Vrakmul (23849 posts) - - Show Bio
Voidheart said:
"Dreadnaught said:
"However the radiation would be tremendous, and there would be a few supernovas every decade, not every century. "
seeing as how they would be so close together, if one would go nova, it would cause a chain reaction not unlike the domino effect."
New theories suggest stars don't explode when Novae happen near it, rather they eat the stellar gas and grow larger.
#27 Posted by warlock360 (28050 posts) - - Show Bio

Then how do these new theories explain Black holes?

#28 Posted by Vrakmul (23849 posts) - - Show Bio
Voidheart said:
"Then how do these new theories explain Black holes?"
Stars only die from their own novae.  Other novae A. feed the star or B. push it away. 
#29 Edited by luke-skywaker (46 posts) - - Show Bio
Dreadnaught said:
"luke-skywaker said:
"well then what about streen, he used the force to control wind, and anyway all jedi/sith have the "potential" to have unlimited power!!"
They can't really affect much out of their home Galaxy, which is younger than the milky way by a lot.  *5 billion years for the star wars galaxy vs 10 billion for ours* But it's larger, 120,000 light years in diameter for them, 100,000 for us.  The star content is roughly the same, as both have 500 billion.   So the Star wars galaxy is less dense than the Milky Way.  But the Andromeda galaxy massively trumps both combined.  It has over 10 trillion stars in a relatively small space of 150,000 light years, 20 times the stars in a space only 1.5 times larger than the milky way.   Imagine if there were 15 times more stars in the sky in the night!  You could read a book under the starlight!"
They can do it anywhere, the photo is from one of the most remote planets in the star wars universe and he was still able to use his power.