On the Jedi trying kill Sith Lord topic
I understand what most of you are saying "Kill for the greater good" when that Jedi was about to kill the Sith Lord. I understand the rational reason's behind it but does that mean in a time of war(which is always with the Jedi) they don't have to follow the codes? only when it suit's them?
I think you're exaggerating. Of course they have to follow the code, Sidious was simply an extreme case, and he needed to die then, and there. I think we can all agree that If Windu had succeeded in killing him It would have been pretty Dark Side of him, and I doubt he'd recover from such an experience right away.
Jedi see the Sith as a virus, wouldn't it be fair to say that the Jedi are the one's trying to wipe out the Sith, just like the Sith are trying to do with the Jedi.
It wouldn't just be fair to say, It's the truth.
What's the difference, they both weild light saber's, both use the force. It seems to me the Sith are not bound by chains like the Jedi are.
The difference Is their reasons for doing what they do. The Jedi want to destroy the Sith because the Sith desire power above all else. They want to enslave the Galaxy, they want death and destruction. The Jedi want peace, and balance.
To be a Jedi, have everyone else run your life for you. Telling you that you cannot love or have see your family member's. It almost seems like they are a prionsar rather then free.
From my understanding Jedi can leave the order freely. They choose not to because they know how important their work Is.
Anakin Skywalker is the prime example of why Jedi aren't allowed to have relationships. It clouds their judgement, It makes them selfish. It's dangerous.