Discussion in 'EU Community' started by CPL_Macja, Sep 3, 2012.
I can smell him coming before he rounds the last corner!
I've taken to plugging my nose whenever I think Bardan is around
I am always around, so keep it plugged.
I think I should pull a warning whenever Bardan is near.
No need, y'all can just smell me.
And because of your smell, everybody faints away! So, a warning before you get any closer and nobody faints.
Ken I ninja'd you in EUC ABC
Sent from a Galaxy far away via R2-N6
Just for this time, GM.
@Jedi Master Kenobiwan
Hopefully your final Mission before the Trials, Padawan!
Please write a brief description (two or three sentences for each should do) of each of the three types (or classes) of Jedi.
Please also (for the benefit of Grand Master
@CPL_Macja and Grand Master
@BultarSwan - as I think we both now know the answer) state which type of Jedi you are best suited to be.
In your own time, Padawan!
Shall do, Master.
.......And you shall have it tonight, Master
@Tim Battershell. And GM
@BultarSwan and GM
The Three Jedi Classes
There are three types of Jedi classes that you can choose to become when you become a Knight, and that three classes are: Jedi Guardian, Jedi Consular and Jedi Sentinel.
Jedi Guardian: is the Republic's first line of defense against the thousand enemies who want to destroy it. The lightsaber is the symbol and weapon of the Guardians, and they usually carry a blue-bladed lightsaber. There are many path within the rank Jedi Guardian, for example: Jedi Peacekeepers, Jedi Starfighters, Temple Security and etc. This rank fits perfect for those that prefer heroics to standing around.
Jedi Consular: upholds the central precepts of the Jedi Order, and they are needed to prevent the spread of evil. From this rank you can find some of temple's most talented healers, seers and prophets. Consulars can be outstanding fighters if pushed, but are most likely to rely on Force talents such as affect mind or telekinesis than on brandishing a lightsaber.
Jedi Sentinel: can accomplish tasks that neither the Guardians nor Consulars could handle on their own. But in truth, they get the jobs that neither of the group wants. Unlike Consulars and Guardians who travel between trouble spots, the Jedi Sentinels often remains tied to a single sector or planetary system for months or years at a time. The ranks of Jedi Sentinels include many paths that are not easily fit into the Order, such as spies, tech experts and etc.
I think personally I will be suited best as a Guardian, because I'm a girl that prefer heroics to standing around and because I love action, and I am not that kind of person that like to sit still and meditate. Becoming a Guardian will help me to get out the energy that I have inside my body, and use this energy to protect the galactic peace will be awesome. I want to be a Guardian of the peace, not a warrior. Just like Grand Master Yoda said on The Jedi Path: Guardian the title is, not warrior. Remeber this all knights should.
@CPL_Macja, Grand Master
May I humbly and respectfully request that my Padawan be considered for the Trials?
@Jedi Master Kenobiwan: I have confidence in you; and that the Force will be with you!
Thank you, Master. I won't let you down.
*Rubs chin* Hmm. More to say on this matter have you? If I did not already know each of the four you chose off the top of my head I would not understand much. How do the Akk and the Vornskrs use the force to hunt? Is it a means to remain undetected? To confuse or bewilder prey? What is the beck-tori parasitic of? Does a Jedi need worry of being it's host on it's homeworld? How does a Jako beast defend itself? Is it a small creature that would not survive without this ability? Why do these have the force in the first place?
I hadn't really thought of those questions, Master, but I will definitely have some answers by tomorrow. (Right now I have homework otherwise I'd do it now. )
@General Valerian Excellent work, Padawan! I am impressed with your in-depth explanation of not only the form itself, but how and why it works. I will be assigning another task to you in a day or so. I'm still recovering from a cold and three long days at work.
@The_Zeltron Thank you, Master.
Don't worry, the same happened to me these last couple of weeks. I wait patiently (yet eagerly) for my next task.
Nice Job my former padawan
Somebody around here? The dining hall is empty....
*slurps on a Mountain Dew icee* I find the lack of postingz...*sluuuurrrp*...disturbingz
Go back to sleep.
Sleep time's over. Its wake up and get ready for work time while pestering whoever I can
Well... doesn't seem to be many people around these parts. You can try to pester me if you wish.