Is the Palpatine we saw in "The Lawless" the best lightsaber performance we have ever seen?

Discussion in 'Star Wars TV' started by The Supreme Chancellor, Feb 13, 2013.

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  1. Darth_Kyrantar Jedi Knight

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    That's exactly what I was hoping for. Playing off the iconography of Maul and the double-bladed lightsaber would have made the duel perfect for me.
  2. Garth Maul Manager Emeritus

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    Yeah the original Grievous duel is great, the Kit Fisto/Grievous duel is great, the Kenobi vs. Maul & Savage is great.

    The Palps duel was definitely up there.

    Edit: Imagine a world where we actually get to see Mace fight say Grievous or Dooku or Ventress. :(
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  3. Sable_Hart Force Ghost

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    Tell me more of this mysterious paradise, stranger.
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  4. ImNotAStarWarsFanboy Force Ghost

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    Nah nah nah, you're all wrong. This one takes the cake. The guy decimates a whole village with his unmatched saber prowess.

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  5. Samayel_ Jedi Grand Master

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    Maul isn´t entire without his double bladed lightsaber, he can have no legs, but not a double bladed lightsaber!!

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    Which shows you why he wasn't afraid to tell Anakin that he was a Sith. The guy was badass, and taking on four Jedi masters that he knew were coming for him didn't even faze him.
  7. Sitara Force Ghost

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    True, but considering 20 years latter Anakin just picks him up and tosses him to his death, maybe he should have been a teeny more careful eh? ;)
  8. InterestingLurker Force Ghost

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    I think people overestimate Sidious's clairvoyance.
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