NOT TRYING TO TROLL I have always loved the prequels. LOVED them. Lately I have been reading the internet about how a lot of people hate them and go out of their way to troll those who do like them. I will admit the prequels do seem to have a few flaws, as pointed out by these haters.... but half of those flaws are just wrong and incorrect. I have always wondered, what if the situation were reversed? What if the world loved the prequels, and hated the originals?.... would they have found as many flaws in the originals as the prequels?.... I have always like to think so, or at least two thirds as many..... however lately someone pointed out on these forums a pretty big flaw in the prequels to another member, one that I can almost not ignore.... why would Anakin kill so many people, including children, just to save someone he loved? I mean, in real life hardly anyone as good of a person as Anakin would kill so many people just to save one individual that he/she cared for. Is it that Anakin isn't portrayed as such a good person in the first place (killing all of those people in AotC)?.... or has it all got to do with the force affecting people in strange ways, in a somewhat more exaggerated sense that the real world that is somewhat mystical (i.e, in the Phantom Menace, Yoda claims that being attached emotionally to anyone can lead to the Dark Side, which in the Star Wars universe generally involves killing people and being evil)?.... I REALLY don't want the prequels ruined for me, can someone please tell me what they think of this possible flaw?