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Jedi Hypocrisy as Displayed on Tython

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Jedi Hypocrisy as Displayed on Tython

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LordRaeth
05.11.2012 , 03:10 AM | #111
Every animal is part of the living force though, no animal should be killed for the benefit of others, they should of moved them or something.

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Katahn
05.11.2012 , 05:52 AM | #112
Quote: Originally Posted by LordRaeth View Post
Every animal is part of the living force though, no animal should be killed for the benefit of others, they should of moved them or something.
It really depends on the risks associated with moving the creatures versus the death of a few dozen in the immediate vicinity. Presumably these creatures are not unique to that area, but represent a local pack that has migrated into the region and are causing trouble. Allowing them to live may very well have been the worst of two bad options, which is why the "put them down" option was taken.

I'm inclined to judge the Jedi for their handling of the Flesh Raiders and for ignoring the twi'leks but for the "put them down" quest... no so much.
Katahn
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Captain_Zone
05.11.2012 , 07:32 AM | #113
Quote: Originally Posted by Katahn View Post
It really depends on the risks associated with moving the creatures versus the death of a few dozen in the immediate vicinity. Presumably these creatures are not unique to that area, but represent a local pack that has migrated into the region and are causing trouble. Allowing them to live may very well have been the worst of two bad options, which is why the "put them down" option was taken.

I'm inclined to judge the Jedi for their handling of the Flesh Raiders and for ignoring the twi'leks but for the "put them down" quest... no so much.
I love your sig, man. But to be fair, Han Shot. First and last. Only fired one round, too.
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