Yoda and Order 66

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  1. MASTER_DOODOO Jedi Master

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    Mar 15, 2005
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    How bout when he throws the saber in that dude's chest? That was tight!
  2. JediRunner Jedi Master

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    Nov 26, 2005
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    It was stupid of the clones to only use 2 troopers aganist the top jedi of the jedi order. Then you have two wookies standing near Yoda, if they did any intel on Yoda they'd know the wookiees would be loyal to Yoda and defend him probably. So were talking 1 very very powerful Jedi, 2 wookiee warriors aganist 2 clone troopers very bad planning there.
  3. Carnage04 Jedi Grand Master

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    I'm not sure if he's feeling Anakin's turn as well as Mace's death. It's pretty well implied that Anakin got pretty good at covering his emotions and such, as he could sit in a room with the Jedi Council and have them not know about Padme. Surely he may have done the same when he became Vader. Even still, with Mace bein right up there with Yoda and the other Jedi (Off planet of course - the Jedi Temple supposedly had felt some tremor) not sensing Mace's death, you are probably correct that the "force sense" isn't a two way street.

    Carnage
  4. darth-sinister Manager Emeritus

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    I believe that Yoda felt both the death of Mace Windu, as well as Anakin's turn. Shaak Ti did feel Mace's death, which is why she went to her quarters to meditate on what happened and try to find an answer.
  5. MASTER_DOODOO Jedi Master

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    Yoda felt all the deaths combined, I think. Kind of like Ben and Alderan.
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