Dooku's a DARK JEDI MASTER!? And he's a Sith too!

Discussion in 'Attack of the Clones' started by Mavrick889, Apr 8, 2002.

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  1. Mavrick889 Jedi Master

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    Hmmm...he's not just a Sith, it seems.
    Check out the link.
    More EU in Episode II?

    http://www.rebelscum.com/photo.asp?image=http://www.collectinghq.com/im/0001443.jpg
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  2. Red_Oktobur Jedi Grand Master

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  3. deltron_zero Force Ghost

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    hmmm, yeah but those cards are EU too, let's wait till we hear him called that in the movie before we jump to conclusions.
  4. doubleofive Jedi Master

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    dont they mean basically the same thing? whats the big deal?


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  5. Spike_Spiegal Jedi Youngling

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    Agrees with Deltron.

    They've had the words Dark Jedi on the SW:CCG for years. This is nothing new.
  6. MetallicPea Jedi Master

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    "Dark Jedi" brings out the EU vs. Canon debates.
  7. Twink_Kee Jedi Grand Master

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    Somebody call my name?
  8. LUH-3417 Force Ghost

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    Oh man if they do use it in AOTC, there will be some peeps around here that are gonna need a drink to wash it down with.
  9. Padme Bra Administrator Emeritus

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    This is like te mandalores, holocrons, and spaarti cylinders. You're using EU to prove that there's EU in the movie. But it's all EU. Anyway, they're probably just trying to conceal the surprise that he's a Sith
  10. Mavrick889 Jedi Master

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    The big deal is that for years, many have claimed that the term "Dark Jedi" is completely EU and will never pop up in a Star Wars film and that we'll never even see a Dark Jedi. I believe this wipes that out, as it clearly points out that Dooku is a Dark Jedi....along with a Sith.


    Padme Bra: I'm curious, has the Spaarti cylinder thing come up? I haven't heard any word.
  11. doubleofive Jedi Master

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    since when did the EU make that differientation? i thought they were always synonomis...


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  12. Twink_Kee Jedi Grand Master

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    That's not in the movie yet, guy. Thats in a card game. An EU card game.

    As a Jedi, Dooku dabbled in the dark side. Yoda knew this. But that doesn't make him a Dark Jedi.
  13. weezer Jedi Grand Master

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    But like PB said it may not appear in the movie.

    I could say the same thing about mandolrians just because the comic and VD say thats what Jango is. Or I could see if that is what he is called in the movie ;)
  14. DarthHutt Force Ghost

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    You haven't seen AOTC yet, so the claim that the term 'Dark Jedi' is used in the movie is erronious at best.
  15. Mavrick889 Jedi Master

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    Nope: Dark Jedi are simply Jedi fallen to the Dark Side, or Dark Side users but not necessarily being Sith Aligned.

    The Sith are an order that follows its own teaching, a similar but bastardized version of the Jedi teachings. Its sort of a religion, like the Jedi Order.

    Right, I know all that! I'm simply saying that the Dark Jedi terminology is as official as anything, and it seems Lucas has no intention of having it be contradicted.
  16. LUH-3417 Force Ghost

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    Count Dookuu, the clone is a Dark Jedi.
  17. weezer Jedi Grand Master

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    See this is the way that Cannon v. EU debates always go.

    Both sides just get so one sided.

  18. doubleofive Jedi Master

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    so, dark jedis are supposedly loners, not affiliated with vader and co?

    i guess it does make since, especially since theres all those dark jedi in jedi outcast, not "only two."

    im quickly losing my trust in EU, but lets not get off on that... dont want to get in trouble.


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  19. DarthHutt Force Ghost

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    Until I hear the words 'Dark Jedi' in an actual movie, they are EU only.
  20. Mavrick889 Jedi Master

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    "so, dark jedis are supposedly loners, not affiliated with vader and co?"

    Correct! They are not necessarily affiliated with anyone, but can at times, be.

    "Until I hear the words 'Dark Jedi' in an actual movie, they are EU only."

    But of course! Its as EU as the novelizations (which LFL considers EU) but its still official source material and worth a second look.
  21. LUH-3417 Force Ghost

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    I couldn't care less what kind of EU they put in the flix, but it is always on the side against it, as there is way too much stuff to cram into the movies. I mean, does it have any bearing on the movie what they call Dooku? No.

    Does it change the movie if Greedo shoots first, hell yeah!
  22. AL Chosen One

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    I have said this once, I have said this a thousand times: dark Jedi cannot exist in the canon universe. If a Jedi turns his or her back to the light side of the force and becomes one with the dark side, they become Sith. It is that simple.
  23. Darthfunkasourous Force Ghost

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    THe novels of the movie r canon,this came from gl's mouth.
  24. White_Knight_ME Jedi Knight

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    The toy has him labeled as a "Dark Lord"

    http://www.rebelscum.com/photo.asp?image=swsaga/countdooku_card.jpg
  25. Ret Jedi Grand Master

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    Yeah Dark Lord of the Sith.

    AL, so the other lost 19 were all sith then?
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