Also known as dominate mind or control mind , mind control was the dark-side equivalent of the Jedi mind trick, though mind control was much more invasive.
It took complete control of the mind s of the victim s affected by the power. Higher levels of mastery allowed more people to be controlled, though its effect on members of certain species with an innate immunity to mind tricks such as Hutts or Toydarians is unconfirmed. Darth Maul utilized this power prior to the Trade Federation attack on Theed. Galen Marek's clone, Starkiller, employed this power to confuse his enemies and cause them to fight for him.
Other possible practitioners of this ability included Joruus C'baoth , Luke Skywalker , Luuke Skywalker the clone of Luke created at the direction of C'baoth , and Kreia. Skillful users could manipulate the thoughts and actions of their targets, as well as their memories, emotions and senses.
He later attributed this, as he claims to Jaina Solo , to his "preoccupation with defeating you [Jaina] allowed what remained of Shimrra to reemerge"; this is implied that he was somehow distracted in his greater battle with Yun'o , which caused this loss of control over Shimrra.
Force corrupt or Force corruption was a dark-side ability that could temporarily manipulate the minds of other sentient beings and make them serve one's own cause. During the Galactic Civil War , it was sometimes employed by the Force users of the Galactic Empire , possibly including Mara Jade and Palpatine himself, taking control of enemy soldiers and making them serve the cause of the Empire by attacking other enemy units.
Force corrupt was possibly a dark-side variant of the Jedi mind trick , wherein the Force user employs similar principles, but to influence the target for violent purposes rather than deceiving them. The mind twist was a variation of the mind trick developed by Daegen Lok where he intruded into another's consciousness and twisted their perception of reality to suit his own ends.
Lok's skill with the ability was such that he was able to convince Xesh that he was suffocating, and he convinced Bel Zana 's mind that she was on fire to the point where her body exhibited burn marks.
Force illusion was a very powerful Force ability, a subset of the various mind trick powers. The user projected an image into the minds of beings within range, of anything from a pillar of fire to a horde of snarling monsters to a fleet of warships, depending on the range.
The user could "see" the illusion as well, though it would be only partially there, semi-transparent like a hologram. The key differences between a Force illusion and a hologram is that unlike a hologram, the illusion could be controlled mentally and was limited only by the imagination of the user. Even more importantly, a Force illusion did not merely affect the sight of a creature. Since it was projected directly into the brain of the creature, it appeared on all of the creature's senses, from hearing to smell to senses such as echolocation.
Even viewing it through an electronic system such as a cybernetic eye or camera was of no use if the creature was within range of the illusion during its duration; the creature would "see" it with the system as if the illusion were actually there, though any playback after the illusion had ended would reveal nothing at all. Though powerful, it was not without its drawbacks. Chief among them was that it had no effect on any inorganic mind, such as those of droids and other AI, and had a greatly reduced or almost nonexistent effect on Force users or Force-resistant species such as Hutts and Yuuzhan Vong.
It was also difficult to learn. While Force illusions could make something out of nothing, they couldn't make nothing out of something in other words, render someone invisible; for that aspect, Force immersion would be used , though they could conceal anything within the illusion. In addition, the illusion offered no physical substance.
Though it could be "felt," in most cases, any appendage that touched it would pass straight through, usually betraying its status. Finally, the sustained use of a Force illusion could be taxing, especially at the extreme ranges of the skill thousands of kilometers, large enough to affect capital-ship combat. Lumiya used Force illusion on mirrors in her bedroom, to make the reflected people look more attractive than they really were.
The Fallanassi , due to their abilities to manipulate the White Current , were capable of creating powerful illusions. However, unlike most Force-sensitives, illusions created through the White Current could be created to be as insubstantial or as real as the user wanted, with the most convincing illusions being indistinguishable visually from a real object.
Conversely, Fallanassi illusions could be intentionally insubstantial, so as to trick a sentient into thinking that something that was real wasn't real. Yarael Poof, being described as a "consummate illusionist," was an adept at Force illusions, and was known to have used them on various occasions. Through the Force, Poof would determine an opponent's innate fears. Based on these fears, he would project images of them to wholesale armies, prompting quick, deliberate ends to battles that would otherwise have erupted into bloodshed.
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Email required Address never made public. Name required. Follow Blog via Email Enter your email address to receive new posts. Writing Links Writing submission resources. Following his re-induction into the group as an official member, Jus was added to the Army of the Pharaohs roster lineup in , solidifying a spot on their second studio album, Ritual of Battle. Outside production was handled mostly by newcomer C-Lance who Paz had directly hired to the label after hearing his talent from a beat CD.
This was to be the last Enemy Soil project that featured Jus' creative streak with the camp. Meanest Man Alive. However, since the rapper left Enemy Soil, he is now moving on to other ventures. The reason for his departure has not been disclosed,  but is rumored to be beefs with in-house producer C-Lance and Heavy Metal Kings' affiliate Slaine, as well as tensions between Jus and Paz over the struggles.
Meanest Man Alive was originally announced to be released November 26, However, on November 25th, , Jus Allah tweeted that the album was pushed back again.
With his departure from Jedi Mind Tricks and Army of the Pharaohs, this meant that ties with Enemy Soil had been severed, thus leaving him unsigned.In The Day Watch, Vitaly uses a simple Other trick to get a bag full of American dollars past customs. The scene plays out very similarly to the Trope Namer. The Action Hero's Handbook claims that even normal people can pull off something very close to a Jedi Mind Trick with a combination of Refuge in Audacity and clever psychological manipulation.
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