Following the "Seven Jedi" rumours yesterday, I've been thinking about bringing the Jedi back to their samurai roots. With that in mind: STAR WARSThe Way Of The JediOn a forgotten world in a forgotten part of the galaxy, there lies a treacherous mountain. At the top of this seemingly unscalable mountain, lives an old man. A Jedi Master. A veteran of ancient wars and forgotten codes of honour, this Master searched far and wide for an apprentice, someone to whom he could give his knowledge. Many have come to scale the mountain in the hope that the Jedi Master would choose them to become his new apprentice. Most have turned back, defeated by the mountain and the few who made it to the top have been turned away. In the shadow of the mountain, there is a small village. It's inhabitants are poor but content in their simple lives. All but one. A boy who has lived his life staring up at the mountain, dreaming of climbing it and learning the ways of the Jedi, so that he too could become a fabled guardian of peace and justice, just like in the stories he read as a child. Every night before sleep, he makes a silent promise to himself - "Some day...some day I will climb that mountain. Some day I will prove myself worthy. Some day I will be a Jedi."