I recently read the Superman arc "For Tomorrow" and there's an idea there that I think would be interested if adapted to TCW, since ideally the Jedi have that "great power/great responsibility/serve the people, etc. etc." attitude like most superheroes. In it Superman ends up going to an unspecified country where a coup is in progress. A cyborg-mutant mercenary named Equus is leading an assault on the presidential palace and slaughtering all the guards. Superman shows up and starts roughing up Equus, thinking that he's saving the day but Equus claims that he's liberating a country. A man named General Nox who is the revolutionary leader then walks in and tells Equus to stand down and tells Superman that he has no quarrel with him. Superman says that there won't be a problem if they all surrender their weapons and surrender to the proper authority and General Nox replies, "if we do that, [the weapons] will be picked up, and put right back in our hands because I am the authority now." They then walk out onto a balcony where there are crowds of people cheering Nox's name as their liberator. Nox then tells Superman that the people need to be listened to and for Superman to stand against Nox and the will of the people would be to abuse his power and would be morally wrong in oppressing the people. Superman then thinks for a moment and asks Nox, "what can I do to help?" I figured such a situation in TCW would put the Jedi in a bind. Say there is a rebellion that breaks out on a Republic planet that wants to secede and join the CIS. The Jedi arrive with the clones to put down the rebellion but realize that unlike previous battles, this time it isn't against an oppressive leader like King Rash, but rather a rebellion supported by the people. The Jedi can enforce the will of the Republic and suppress the rebellion which would be "morally wrong" and they become the oppressors forcing this planet to accept Republic authority. Or they can support the people and allow them to break away from the Republic, and perhaps stand up to individuals like Tarkin who might be killing innocent people to keep the planet in line and suppress the Rebellion. If the Jedi suppress the planet, then they are oppressors and morally corrupt. If they support the planet, then they are traitors to the Republic. Someone like Tarkin could be an vile human being that is willing to kill as many as necessary to keep the planet in line, yet he would be celebrated as a hero for doing his duty to preserve the Republic.