How Powerful Was Revan Really?

Revan has long been one of my favorite characters from Star Wars. This powerful, complex character just has so much backstory, so much growth, and had such a huge impact in so many important aspects of Star Wars, I find it hard not to like him. But even if you’re not a fangirl like me, you probably still find it hard not to respect Revan when you learn all about him. It’s not just that he has an interesting story, or that he had the unique history of playing both sides – as a Jedi and as Sith – but also because he was so incredibly powerful.

Revan had many Masters, Zhar, Dorak, Master Kae before Kae left for the Wars. Toward the end of his training, he sought out many to learn techniques. It is said that he returned to his first Master at the end of his training, in order to learn how he might best leave the Order.―Mical

Just how powerful was he? That’s a very good question, and one that is attempted to be answered in this video from DynamicLegend. There is so much to Revan’s story, it’s honestly hard to get it all in one sitting anyway. This video does a very good job of covering the highlights of this Star Wars legend and also explaining why and how he is so powerful.

“How Powerful was Revan- the prodigal knight and the ruler of the sith empire at their peak. What was it that made him so powerful and feared by both the Sith as well as the Jedi, in this video I will go through his abilities and feats which made Revan who he was- a gift to the galaxy.”

See the video here:

Did you learn something new about Revan from this video? Did you have any idea how powerful he really was?

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Lisa Clark

Lisa has been an avid gamer since she was old enough to hold her first controller and a game writer for more than a decade. A child of the Nintendo generation, she believes they just don’t make games like they used to but sometimes, they make them even better! While consoles will always be her first love, Lisa spends most of her gaming time on the PC these days- on MMOs and first-person shooters in particular.