That part about the "forgetting" seems a little silly, all things considered. Breath control just allowed them to hold their breath for a while, slowing down the consumption of the air in their lungs, long enough to maybe go through a room. But since they probably had no idea how far they were going to get to the Gungan city, and swimming is such an involving activity, it probably was to be on the safe side, as one still needs air to perform any sort of extended physical activity. —Unsigned comment by LightWarden (talk • contribs).
Did Cade Skywalker use breath control to survive for 3 days above Ossus? It says that he went into "deep meditation" to conserve oxygen. WIERDGREENMAN 23:13, October 23, 2010 (UTC)
Episode VIII Question (SPOILERS!) Edit
So everyone that's seen The Last Jediknows the Leia space scene, where the bridge of the Raddus is destroyed and she's left in space before using the force to float back to the ship. One of the controversal questions I've seen online is the question of how she survived in space; the answer should be breath control (though Rian Johnson and Lucasfilm has yet to give this answer, in interviews or otherwise. Should we consider Leia's survival an unconscious use of Breath control and if so should it be added to the article? Or would it be better to wait for a more official answer?--Hiigara129 (talk) 05:53, December 23, 2017 (UTC)