Yeah, that guy was Darth Maul. So he witnessed it. 1. He defeats one Jedi in single combat, then loses to another. He specifically tried to split them up because he couldn't defeat them together. 2. Dooku defeated a knight and a padawan. When he was met with his equal, a Jedi Master, he had to retreat. 3. Sidious lost to Windu until Anakin turned to his side and he had the advantage of numbers. 4. These aren't Jedi. So yeah, you proved my point, thanks. Not according to the films. But you should write a fanfic about them meeting at a corner store in the lower city. But usually films do this with a REASON. The Jedi just send two Jedi, just because. @Samuel Vimes has said this better than me in the past but I'll give it a try: - Chancellor kidnapped? Send two Jedi. - Assassination attempt? Send two Jedi - Trade dispute? Send two Jedi - Investigate assassination attempt? Send one Jedi. - Guard a Senator? Send one Jedi. - Track down and capture a General with an army of droids? Send one Jedi. - Save two Jedi from public execution. SEND 200 JEDI. - Confront a Sith Lord backed by a corporate army while defending a small child and the monarch of the planet? Send two Jedi. Ah of course. The old "LOOK OVER THERE!" defense. Intelligent. Another deflection. Wow. I hope you're a lawyer, you should monetize this skill.