In the prequel trilogy, Darth Sidious was trying to destroy the last of the Jedi. Doesn't mean they're is only a few, it doesn't have anything to do with numbers at all, just trying to sound dramatic to attract attention. That's advertising. They wouldn't advertise "an old Senator tries to destroy the thousands and thousands of Jedi Knights" for the prequel trilogy. Why would they for this? Example, The Unseen Queen The epic Star Wars odyssey enters a new frontier as the heroes of the New Jedi Order confront a monstrous evil?insidious, unseen, and insatiable. . . . Despite being given new worlds to populate, the insectoid Killiks have not found peace. An unknown enemy has been attacking the new nests?and the Killiks hold the Jedi responsible. Traveling back to the Unknown Regions to unravel the mystery, the Skywalkers and Solos discover an evil far more familiar than they ever expected . . . and even more terrifying. Why does the Dark Nest want to kill Mara? Will Jacen?s apocalyptic vision trigger another galactic war or prevent one? And perhaps most ominous of all, what deadly secret are the Killiks hiding? To find out, Luke, Mara, Han, and Leia must embark on a perilous journey into the uncharted void between right and wrong. The ferocious Unknown Terrors are only the beginning of the awesome challenges that lie ahead in their quest to fathom the unfathomable. For an obscure dispute is about to explode into chaos, pitting Jedi against Jedi?and threatening the very galaxy itself. Do you see what I mean now?