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Discussions In real life what would you be a Jedi or a Sith?

Discussion in 'EU Community' started by Teegirloo, Mar 5, 2013.

  1. Irredeemable Fanboy

    Irredeemable Fanboy Jedi Knight star 3

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    I would probably be one of the most despicable Sith in history.

    Also one of the weakest by being too lazy to train.
     
  2. Jedimarine

    Jedimarine Force Ghost star 5

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    This one is obvious.

    Probably be a jedi...and end up falling.

    Only question is...how far do I fall?
     
  3. Darth Invictus

    Darth Invictus Jedi Grand Master star 5

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    I’d be killed by my master for being super lazy.

    “Really...master I want to do force lightning not another boring holocron lecture”.
     
  4. Irredeemable Fanboy

    Irredeemable Fanboy Jedi Knight star 3

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    Hahahaha, in fact i would be more into the Sith lore than actual martial training, i would be the Odan Urr of the Sith.
     
  5. Kato Sai

    Kato Sai Force Ghost star 7

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    A Jedi, because there ethics are closer to my RL ones. However, I do agree with the Sith that we should be passionate, passion can be defined as “ardent affection, not just lust or desire.”
     
  6. The Emotional Jedi

    The Emotional Jedi Jedi Padawan star 1

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    In real life I would undoubtedly be a Jedi. However, I would not be a Jedi like the ones we saw in the Prequel Trilogy, because that kind of Jedi is extremely dogmatic, rigid and little attentive to the concrete problems of ordinary people. Although there are Jedi of that period that I personally love, such as Obi-Wan or Shaak-Ti, in general the Jedi Order of the Prequel Era is quite ideologically disgusting. On the contrary, I would like to be a Jedi more like those who were part of Luke’s New Jedi Order, because I totally agree with the philosophies carried out by the Luke's New Jedi Order, and I believe it is infinitely better than the Old Jedi Order.
     
  7. Kato Sai

    Kato Sai Force Ghost star 7

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    Kyle Katarn and Mara Jade alone are worth being part pf the New Jedi Order. They show us you be a Jedi and be normal too. ;)
     
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  8. Eike Starseeker

    Eike Starseeker Jedi Knight star 1

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    In real life I would be a Jedi like Qui Gon first, I guess.
    Probably falling to the dark side later on, but not becoming a Sith.
     
  9. Vader Bob

    Vader Bob Jedi Padawan star 1

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    A Jedi, but more for the faults than the virtues.
     
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  10. Vorax

    Vorax Jedi Grand Master star 5

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    I agree with this:

    Which Sith Lord Are You? Take This Personality Quiz to Find Out

    You are Darth Maul

    You were made a Sith at a young age and have been a part of their mandate ever since. While you don't necessarily care too much for their ways, it does give you the freedom to fight and pursue your vengeance.

    https://twinfinite.net/2021/06/which-sith-lord-are-you-personality-quiz/9/
     
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  11. QuiGonJinn911

    QuiGonJinn911 Jedi Youngling

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    Grey Jedi
     
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  12. Dandelo

    Dandelo SW and Film Music Interview Host star 10 VIP - Game Host

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    In real life:

    I don't think I'd be either. If I was force sensitive I'd probably be a loner. Or at the very least I wouldn't follow either of the orders 'codes'. Both are too extreme, but at the opposite end of the spectrum.

    I mean..I'd be a Jith...no a Sedi..no a Jith...I mean....a loner :(

    in character or RPGing:
    Sith are more interesting to write, admittedly :p
     
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  13. Herald of Lotek'k

    Herald of Lotek'k Jedi Youngling

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    I'd try my best to be a Jedi but I'd probably fail to become a Knight because of:
    - my growing disillusionment in Republic/Jedi justice
    - Paranoia and deep-rooted anger issues
    - A personally morbid code of justice
    - An eager desire to learn more about the dark side and other branches of The Force


    I'd honestly just leave the Order and become a proud Fallen (Dark) Jedi. I'd still remember my Jedi training but twist it to fit my brutal vigilante agenda. I'll be the hero the people of The Republic and beyond need, not what they want...
     
  14. Kato Sai

    Kato Sai Force Ghost star 7

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    To be fair its only Obi-Wan who says “only a Sith deals in absolutes,” and what he probably meant is there is no room for “agree to disagree,” its your “either with me or my enemy.” Obi-Wan clearly believes in absolutes, for later he says, “You were The Chosen One! It was said you would destroy the Sith not join them! Bring balance to the Force, not leave it in darkness!” To destroy the Sith is an absolute eradication.
    What Kenobi meant by absolutes is there is no room for understanding or disagreeing, which Anakin showed when Padme said, “have you ever wondered if we are on the wrong side?” To this Anakin stands up, acts vehemently and says, “Your sounding like a Separatist!” Again no room for variance of opinion or ideas.
     
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  15. BlueYogurt

    BlueYogurt Jedi Master star 4

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    A Jedi. The Sith have a terrible dental plan.
     
  16. Kato Sai

    Kato Sai Force Ghost star 7

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    Here Here!
     
  17. Hawke

    Hawke Jedi Knight star 2

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  18. Kato Sai

    Kato Sai Force Ghost star 7

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    Yoda says you’d be a great Jedi then:

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  19. Adalia-Durron

    Adalia-Durron WNU Mod - Aussie Rebel At Heart. star 10 Staff Member Manager

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    This pleases me........... ;)
     
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  20. Hawke

    Hawke Jedi Knight star 2

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    I thought it might have:cool:
     
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  21. Adalia-Durron

    Adalia-Durron WNU Mod - Aussie Rebel At Heart. star 10 Staff Member Manager

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    This was my answer............. just so we're clear :p
     
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  22. Anedon

    Anedon Jedi Grand Master star 4

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    Honestly, the older I get the less I feel inclined to join either order, their days are too long and their lives too short.
    Still if I had to chose I would rather be a Jedi than a Sith.
     
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  23. Kato Sai

    Kato Sai Force Ghost star 7

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  24. Darth Invictus

    Darth Invictus Jedi Grand Master star 5

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    In all seriousness, being a Sith Lord is a sober commitment. Even ignoring the demands of initiation (the severing of all ties with one's past life and demands to murder special people so as to ensure there is no turning back), it's a decade or more of living under your master's thumb and doing everything they tell you, no matter how arduous, or boring or nonsensical, with total obedience (backtalking or skirting...is not treated leniently).

    To be a Sith means to give up love, simple pleasures of life, and anything and everything but your commitment to the Sith Order, to the dark side, and to the Sith Way.

    I'd say to become a Sith, you must either be a deeply damaged person, a total sociopath, or someone who wholeheartedly and with religious zeal believes in the Sith Code and the Sith's eternal dream.

    The Jedi are strict, sometimes very much so, but the Sith in actuality demand oh so much more.
     
  25. Kato Sai

    Kato Sai Force Ghost star 7

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    The two main reasons sentients join the Sith is the pursuit of knowledge and power. The Jedi have a cap on knowledge, dogmas you have to memorize and pratice, while the Sith allow secret knowledge, and mysteries to be contained in their holocrons, texts, tombs, and spirits.
    The draw to the dark side is no limitations in lust for power and thirst for knowledge, however, that knowledge, and power takes a toll on the soul and body; that knowledge and power has a cost.

    As Master Yoda says:

    When you look at the dark side, careful you must be. For the dark side looks back.”