this is more like a kind of illusion or mind control( at least i would defined it as that) Ralok 15:44, 4 June 2006 (UTC)

  • its neither, its a form of time manipulation not illusion, as an illusion isn't realy, this is. Jedi Dude

to manipulate time as the article says leave an imprint so it is kindov an illusion Ralok 02:05, 5 June 2006 (UTC)

No, it isn't. Leaving an imprint implies that a physical imprint of the time-traveler is left behind, making it very real. Use your brain.

Betrayal Edit

Can someone who has read Legacy of the Force: Betrayal please write a clearer description of the use of this power in that book? --SparqMan 20:27, 29 June 2006 (UTC)

  • See my newly added BTS section in the article. Darth Kevinmhk 15:40, 17 July 2006 (UTC)
    • What does it mean by leave an imprint?

But can you leave an illusion of yourself in the past? I mean, to do it into Future is still logical, cause it didnt happened yet, but changing the past is very unlogical, even in the star wars universum. --The IP

Well, it's not so much changing the past, since whatever happened already happened anyways. It's quite paradoxical, but that's the way flow-walking works. When Jacen went to the crash site and flow-walked, he allowed Raynar to survive, and it was Raynar's call that initially led him to the site. Similarily, if what we see in "Betrayal" is indeed Future-Jacen flow walking, he's doing essentially the same kind of thing, making himself a Sith Lord, while he had already been made that by his flow-walking. --Sauron18 19:53, 27 July 2007 (UTC)
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