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    Re: -The Jedi & the Sith-

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    Well the line between good and evil is so fine, there is just no way to tell, because like you guy have stated even if you meant well sometimes it turns out bad for someone else.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Delerium
    Well in fairness if both fallen and rogue jedi are situations so would be a Jedi and a Sith just a situation. I mean what were Obi-Wan and Yoda after they fled the Empire and hid for years on backwater planets? They werent Jedi then were they because they werent fighting for anything but rather sitting by and letting the Sith take over whatever they wanted. Again I see the Sith as a cult in army form, the believe in something, it just so happens to be the exact opposite of the Jedi's ideals. Now to clarify what a fallen and rogue jedi are, they are people who dont believe in either ideals. A fallen jedi is one who ran away from them and a rogue is one who ignores them for his own benefit and if he ignores the Sith than he cannot be one despite his arrogance being a Sith emotion. Sith does stand for evil, but does it necessarily make one evil if one is a Sith, or does this person just believe in an ideal?
    So which category would Kyle Katarn(From the Jedi Knight Series) fall under? He isn't exactly commited to the jedi way but he does work for Luke Skywalker at times. He acts more like Han Solo a bit but doesn't make too many deals.

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    Re: -The Jedi & the Sith-

    the thing is Luke's Jedi are a bit diffirent from the ones in the Old Republic, Luke himself is commited to Jedi ideals but they are all twisted around do to incomplete training.

    In fact his wife in the books as well as one of his students flat out tell him that he is wrong because he draws on way to much power than he should to do things.

    As for the Sith being inherintly good and the Jedi evil it's more accurate to say the Sith are Selfish and the Jedi Selfless.

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