*Sigh* Luke's actions weren't borne of glorification of war. They were the result of Obi-Wan's death. He was upset and angry when he saw Obi-Wan cut down and responded in that frame of mind. Understandable given that he had recently seen the skeletal remains of his guardians. But I hardly think that Luke's emotional response to the pain of losing someone he loved is in any way indicative of him "glorifying" war. My point in that thread was simply that Anakin and Luke were not so different -- both of them attacked when they could have left due to the mental anguish of losing a loved one.