"Killing an enemy, no matter how evil, instead of letting them live, will be the path to the dark side. Unless you throw them down a reactor shaft, in which case it will do the exact opposite, and redeem you to the light side". "Slavery is wrong. Now let's get our slave army of clones together to stop it!" "Only a Sith deals in absolutes. Now get over here so I can slice your arms and legs off with my laser sword, then watch you burn alive in screaming agony while I deliver you a stern lecture - because that could in no way be considered an 'absolute' thing to do". "Stealing parts from Watto's junkyard would be so morally wrong that we can't even consider it, even though we have at least some credible reason to believe that thousands of Naboo may be dying while we sit here helpless on Tattooine instead of getting to Coruscant to plead for help. Defrauding him out of the parts by using the Force to cheat him at gambling, however, is perfectly acceptable". These are just some examples of what seems to be an extremely inconsistent moral system in the Star Wars universe. Does anyone else see this pattern, or is it just me? What other examples are there? Or am I just being picky, picky, picky?