They may not be a right or a wrong, but I also believe that if two people are going to discuss something, it is far more appealing if both are willing to support their point of view. Is that sort of the point of fables? And Star Wars has always played the game of moral compass. But, fair point. Perhaps because you are looking for me to find your pov in titles like slave? And I am not saying my personal view point is "correct". I do however find pulling "it is my personal view point" card for every response to be a tad disingenuous. I could tell you that Star Wars in the recreation of the Velveteen Rabbit. Yes, but how many of them are the the Jedi equivalent of Wayne Gretzky? Anakin's burning desire to "prove himself" should bring on a Michael Jordan/Roy Keane work ethic. There is no indication that such a thing exist and in fact the exact opposite is implied. I feel it is a problem because it is suppose to be a major factor in the make up of the main character of the PT. Like telling the origin story of Batman and glossing over the ramification of him seeing his parents murdered right in front. The fear, the anger, the sadness. The echo that never quite leaves him. One knows the tragedy associated with losing one's parents so young, but it still is there. Not so much with Anakin's time as a slave.