"I am a Jedi. Like my father used to be." When Luke says this you can actually feel that Luke is proud of being a Jedi and to resist the dark side. But then prequels came and taught us that Jedis were highly arrogant, misguided, and failures. (Don't get me wrong, I love the prequels. But representing Jedis like this is the only thing I dislike about them. I even like Jar Jar and consider him underrated.) -Jedis forbid love and attachments. This alone proves that Luke is not a real Jedi in the eyes of the Jedis that were in the prequel era since he loves his friends and he even loved his father despite this that he was an evil person. -Jedis train children at a very young age. Why? To turn them into their own mindless soldiers. Similar to the way that Hitler trained German children from a young age to make them loyal and obedient soldiers. It also doesn't help that Jedis love to kidnap the force-sensitive children from their parents. -Qui Gon Jinn was the only good Jedi in the prequels(He was the only Jedi that valued Jar Jar Binks. He decided to take Jar Jar with him instead of letting him being imprisoned and that helped the Naboo to form an alliance with the Gungans.) He was the first one that managed to become one with the force. But he wasn't a member of the Jedi Council. why? because the Jedi order wasn't really good. -Jedis never suspected that Count Dooku has turned on them. Because they were highly arrogant. -Jedis rarely visit the outer rim planets. This is why the outer rim planets were in the same state that they were in the Original Trilogy era. Full of slavery and villainy. -The prequels showed that the Jedis were the main reason that Anakin turned to the dark side but the OT had the theme of Luke learning from his father's mistakes and making the right choice in the end. Unfortunately, the way that the Jedis were represented in prequels had some consequences on the Star Wars: 1. Luke gave up being a Jedi in TLJ since he realized how the Jedis were failures. 2. In both Kotor games, Jedis are shown as evil. ( Spoiler They decided to do nothing against the Mandalorians that are invading the Republic, they completely screwed a mind of a person and turned that person into their weapon, they also decided to drain the force from the Main Character in Kotor 2. 3. In Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order, Spoiler Cal Kestis gave up training Jedis to fight the sith because the Jedi Order was a failure and he would make another failure. (So, Obi-Wan and Yoda should have also refused to train Luke by that logic.) Yeah, he decided to trust in the force(Doing nothing) and allow Palpatine to control and ruin the galaxy instead of training Jedis to fight him. 4. And due to this a lot of fandom and YouTubers just love to instantly call Jedis as the real bad guys of Star Wars. So, why Luke wanted to be a Jedi anyway when they were failures?