I honestly don't like it. I loved his character in the prequels. I loved seeing him grow from the somewhat jumpy padawan to the wise, thoughtful master, from calling other people "it" or "pathetic life forms" to caring about all life. He may be even one of my favorite characters in the saga! But then... the OT comes up. By the time of the OT, Obi-Wan is a bitter old man. Sure, he has his kind moments with Luke, but when you get to TESB and ROTJ and learn more... you see he was really just using Luke. Using him to kill the man he once called his brother, and not even feeling any remorse about it! In fact, disappointment when Luke said he wouldn't kill him! I understand why he would feel that way, but... ugh, it makes me like him less than I could have. He seems to have forgotten what Qui-Gon had faith in all along, what Padme said on her deathbed, and what even Luke was insistent on. What's everyone else's thoughts on the character development of Obi-Wan throughout the saga?