@oceanmaster21: Any time.
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Either Caedus or Dooku could beat Kun, the former virtually all the time while the latter would suffer a much more challenging.
I honestly don't know much about Dr. Polaris. If somebody could shed some light on some good reaction feats for him, that'd be great.
Sion can't even tag Magneto. He can't do anything. On the other hand, Magneto taking his lightsaber and striking him down doesn't work since Sion keeps coming back. Unless Magneto tries to reason with him, which still has a minute chance - as compared to Sion's lack of ability to do anything to Magneto.
It's either a stalemate in a direct fight, or a victory for Magneto if you consider things in the long term.
@erkan12: A doppleganger is supposed to have the same name? I don't know what your point is - and why you would rely on Jensaari for information. He seriously pits Revan against higher tier beings. He isn't a canon source, really.
And although Resurrection does take place at the time of 0BBY, the time of Ep. IV, you seem to overall consider Maul better than Vader in general. This was years before Vader reached his prime.
Hmm. I would say that they would be roughly equals.
Eh.... probably not. Sure, they would appear as equals for a time, but Qui-Gon's style and age would factor into his rapid decrease of stamina, in which case a swift counterattack would force him onto the defensive, and likely cause his demise.
Jinn has produced blurring ''barriers'' out of his blade and maintained pace with beasts. Even if they're equal, Vader's apparant speed advantage over Kenobi was negligible; not sure why it would be different against Jinn.
The former is impressive although Vader has done similarly IIRC, the latter is not only vague but really doesn't mean much.
Vader just probably has better speed feats than Qui-Gon, although I don't see why we should be debating this if we consider it negligible.
Regarding the other part of your post: TK is something Vader tends to use, once again if he is outnumbered that would serve only as a catalyst for his usage of TK. Beyond that - rage serves as another catalyst, not just pumping adrenaline to make him fight better, but also inspires him to lash in TK.
And again, his rage alone could certainly play a part.
@bronze_surfer: Right, which explains why Odin was in the Council of Godheads, been listed as a god by numerous sources (and so has Thor, for that matter) and Elder Gods were stated to be superior to Gods. A superior to a god and a god certainly would make Thor a god.
@jnr6lil: "Could have" is not an acceptable excuse is a claim. Jacen has no feats on par with Luke Skywalker.
And no, canonically the Father is the most powerful being in SW (well, at least in his prime), because Leland Chee has already stated this: