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Things That I Hate About The Stinking JediBefore we start this I would love to say that I hate the so bad. I start it to hate them when I saw the Star Wars movie prequel and the Clone Wars T.V series, I have many reasons to hate stinking Jedi. they drive me crazy, so I want to share my thoughts about the stinking Jedi thing that I despise about them.Things That I Hate About The Stinking Jedi by Jacob-xp
1- The Jedi are dumb and really stupid.
Let me be honest with you guys. But I really believe that Jedi are really stupid people. When I saw the Clone Wars T.V series they showing us how the Jedi live with their life. That was the dumbest idea. I have watch all seasons and episodes. And in every stupid moments with any Jedi. People think they are heroes but to me they not heroes in my book, they just bunch A-holes to me. I mean do you not remember dumbest moments with stinking Jedi. Now I know why Palpatine is not worried about the Jedi, because Palpatine knows that the Jedi are too stupid to know.
2- No emotion,
Between the Years: Chapter 1Between the Years: Chapter 1 by hinata5o5
Utapau, the ever dry and arid world of the outer rim sector, twelve years after the clone wars and it still wasn't free. Then again, better to be a world that the Empire barley looked at, rather than a world they were constantly raiding.
Ahsoka listened to the soft trickle of water as she meditated, a routine she went through every day, when she had time between physical training that is. 'Exercise your mind as well as your body. Both are one with the force, and you must train accordingly' The wise words of the Jedi master echoed through Ahsoka's memory. It didn't hurt so bad anymore, to think about and remember the old Jedi order as it once was. It didn't hurt as bad to think about her friends and fellow warriors of peace that she fought beside in a war that seemed like a life time ago, all gone, dead or missing now.
Ahsoka's attention perked as she felt a familiar presence drawing near her meditation spot. A throat cleared behind her.
“I ah, hope I'm not interrupting." Said Rex
Star Wars Acts of Courage 2/2Back on Zing’s ship, Captain Rex stayed by the commlink to keep in contact with Zing, Barriss, and Ahsoka who were still down on the surface. Normally, anyone would’ve given them up for insane for going to such a dangerous place to seek out answers. But not Captain Rex, who served alongside Anakin Skywalker and Ahsoka Tano during the Clone Wars just a few years earlier. He himself experience the workings of The Force. Although he could never understand it as well as a Jedi, He did have an idea of the awesome power a Force sensitive individual possessed. As Captain Rex tried to contact Ahsoka from his commlink, he was getting no reply. “Commander Tano, this is Captain Rex. Do you read me?”. There was no reply. Captain Rex made a few more attempts to try to reach Ahsoka. “Having trouble with the communications?” asked Commander Wolffe. “Just working with a faulty commlink” said Captain Rex. Commander Wolffe moved in closer to look atStar Wars Acts of Courage 2/2 by jharmenta19
Star Wars Acts of Courage 1/2Morning, same as any other. Though some were well awake before the sun ever rose, some were still sleeping. This was especially true for the Jedi younglings who spend almost their entire waking hours in training. The Training to transition the Younglings to Padawans was long and challenging. But in the end, if they could pull it off, they could be selected by Potential Masters to guide them on the path to knighthood. The training ranged from physical training, to enhance their strength and reflexes with help from the Force, the mysterious energy field that gave a Jedi their power, to studying ancient texts in the archives, the enormous library that sat near the center of the Jedi Temple. During one of the Lectures led by Jedi Master Plo Koon, Barriss Offee, a youngling in the group Master Plo was teaching, listened intently on everything the Kel Dor was teaching the younglings. “Now younglings”, said Master Plo, “what is the duty of every Jedi in the Galaxy?”. WStar Wars Acts of Courage 1/2 by jharmenta19