All jedi and sith of six movies cooperate to eradicate any life form in middle earth (LOTR).
No spaceship, only lightsaber and force. Who win ?
>All life in middle earth
>Always prepared for arrows
Yeah, okay, buddy.
>he doesn't know about battle meditation
>he doesn't know about Protection Bubbles
>he doesn't know about Beast Control
>He doesn't know about Force Domination
What are the rules for the LOTR side? If the Maiar can get involved the Jedi don't stand a chance.
Also if this is a battle of the universes thing and all of Middle Earth teams up couldn't Frodo just give Sauron the ring and let him wreck their shit?
If the life forms of Middle Earth are considered as linked to the Force in any which way, Sheev could just rally the Sith together to perform a Thought Bomb ritual which could, if powerful enough, instantaneously take all life on the entire planet and condense it into a single manifestation of pain and suffering.
The Emperor of the Old Sith Empire was strong enough to take all the orb and absorb it's power, I'm pretty sure Sidious could do the same.
You can't just add random fan theory's into the equation. Otherwise you might as well say that all of middle earth is immune to the force, after all, they've never met a force user before.
I'd be REALLY interested to know how a lightsaber could deflect arrows as easily as blaster bolts. I don't think they'd just bounce off. I think the lightsaberist would most likely be hit with burning cinders traveling at 100mph after they passed through the lightsaber.. Added up, this would fuck them up. Only a matter of time before a few of those end up on their face and in their eyes, debilitating them. On top of the fact that Wizards basically posses the force. Nah. Star Wars loses, and I even like SW more than LOTR.
Maiar are stronger than Jedi
As proven with the Clone Wars and many other EU wars, the Jedi aren't army juggernauts
Elves could easily kill all of them with arrows
They could take over Gondor though because movie Gondor is pretty much garbage
>got an arrow to the head
>elf just take another horse
oh boy that was close
Also, would be funny too se jedishits trying to for example attack Rivendell.
>going across Bruinen
>suddenly a lot of water
>trying to choke it
The maiar, like Gandalf, got involved in LOTR and they couldn't do shit. He didn't do shit. The most magical thing he did was open a door by saying friend in that language. Maybe cracking the bridge.
Sauron, a powerful Maiar, was killed by a single man and a regular, metal sword.
The ring wraith was killed by a hobbit and a woman.
They are also afraid of fire.
Just because they have the title of "gods" or angels doesn't mean they are powerful. The books and movies give no suggestion that their powers are anything more than parlour tricks and a lot of wisdom.
the biggest show of power was gandalf killing durin's bane. after they fell, they fight all the way down then all the way up he wins and dies.
they're supposed to be under some kind of nerfs because their actual power is too destructive. gandalf's resurrection and whitewashing was just bending the rules a little bit.
What could a Jedi do against a ringwraith firing poison darts from the sky at them while hordes of orcs are distracting them on the ground?
If I'm not mistaken the ringwraiths are undead, right? That would mean they couldn't be sensed or manipulated by the force, so the Jedi wouldn't be able to predict where the poison darts are going to be. They'd get wrecked by the dark forces of LotR alone.
They could still sense the creature that the ringwraith is flying on.
Ancalagon is a dragon, it will always have the high ground.
>but these weren't normal human beings. Isildur was numenorean, he's almost superhuman.
I keep hearing this, but other than old age what makes them superhuman?
What power does Sauron have though other than making people fly by swinging his mace around?