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Since when does Force stun give the user brief control over a target? I'm quite sure it doesn't do that.

When used against a clone trooper or other beings with "weak minds" will give the Force-sensitive being temporary control over the target.

Doesn't make any sense to me. - Potato Jedi 12:48, 12 October 2008 (UTC)

Legacy EraEdit

Does Seff use this power in Millenium Falcon? It's described in Outcast and Omen as stunning the opponent. - User:Grand Moff Talhe

Survivor's Quest Edit

I definitely recall Luke using this in Survivor's Quest to take down the wolvkils cleanly, without having to kill them (which, given the decentralized nature of their organs, was somewhat difficult). He's described as sending a Force-jolt along their nervous system, knocking them out. Can someone get a page reference to back this up (don't own a copy, and can't get to the library at the moment)? Dewback rancher 23:29, March 7, 2011 (UTC)

Phantom Menace Edit

Does Qui-Gon uses this on Jar Jar while in the Bongo? 01:41, April 14, 2011 (UTC)

Force Awakens Edit

Should we add Force Stasis/stasis field to the canon section cause.... i could be very well mistaken but I'm almost pretty sure that was the force Kylo ren used in the film?--Ghidorafour (talk) 23:20, December 22, 2015 (UTC)

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