Jango Fett engaged Mace Windu, using his jetpack to keep his distance. Wrist rockets, flamethrower, and blaster bolts all helped to keep him in the fight. As Windu closed the distance on Fett for a deadly finishing move, he was knocked off his feat as Kenobi blasted him with force pushes. Caught off guard by the betrayal, Windu tried to speak to the hard-hearted Kenobi, but it did him no good. He attacked Kenobi, but Kenobi held up his defense long enough for Fett to save him. Bewildered and frustrated, Windu sent both combatants flying with something akin to a force repulse. Needing to fuel Kenobi, Dooku gave his apprentice a tormenting vision of his masters death. In anguish, Kenobi let out a force push on the Jedi Master. With perfect timing, Fett came in with a finishing move: a rocket barrage. This assault rendered Windu unconscious and presumably dead. Can anyone defeat this deadly duo, or will Dooku’s endgame come to fruition? Find out in the next posts of, “Obiwan’s Decision”.
Ahsoka showed promise at a young age and was successful during duels due to her trash talking, experience, and creativity. However, we do see weak moments in her intelligence such as overestimating herself (I.e against Cad Bane). While Ezra needed a lot of practice, he became a smart duelist through his experience. We see his creativity bailing him out of most situations if he’s unable to take the challenge head on. These two padawans became smarter and more skilled through the toughness of their era. That’s why I chose these two. Now let’s talk IQ. Combatants like Obiwan, can win purely because of their intelligence. The Dueling Intelligence Quotient (Dueling IQ) is a term I made: a Jedi or Sith’s ability to analyze their opponent, analyze their surroundings, and analyze their own skill set, to be successful in a duel. Who do you think has a greater DIQ: Ezra or Ahsoka?