Discussion in 'Prequel Trilogy' started by Eminent_Being, May 24, 2007.
I'd be hearing Qui-Gon too!
Spot on. In the OT and Phantom Menace, you get the feeling that it takes a Sith or an Alderan incident to kill a jedi. In AOTC and ROTS, you get the feeling that a hangnail can kill a jedi. Lucas COMPLETELY BLEW IT with Order 66. I don't care how many storm troopers there are. Kiadi Mundi should have been able to do an Obi Wan like jump and escape from those blasts. That's all there is to it.
I'm sure someone will run along and tell us the dark side of the Force clouded their vision and that it must of robbed them of their reflexes or something.
Is it any wonder HOW he got the story mixed up.
The booze and sun must have warped his POV.
If you honestly thought that it took a Sith or a Death Star to kill Jedi, I'm sorry to say, but that's what you get for thinking. Nowhere did I ever get the impression, before seeing the PT, that it was difficult to kill the Jedi. And if you paid attention to Obi-wan, he made it clear that the Empire did the bulk of the killing, with only Vader assisting them.
Ben: "A young Jedi named Darth Vader, who was a pupil of mine until he turned to evil, helped the Empire hunt down and destroy the Jedi Knights."
Helped, not doing it by himself.
"No one can kill a Jedi."
"I only wish that were true.
( not sure if that's an exact quote )
Qui-Gon was the greatest of all the Jedi.
Yoda shoulda listened to him sooner.