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Sith and Jedi

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MouseNoFour
01.25.2013 , 05:16 PM | #1
All throughout the history of Star Wars, whenever someone encounters a Jedi or Sith, they always seem surprised with what they are able to do.

Sith and Jedi have existed for hundreds if not thousands of years. You would think the idea ''they can perform miracles'' would have come across by now.

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Wolfninjajedi
01.25.2013 , 05:21 PM | #2
A lot just find it to be unreal, or impossible is the reason why they are so surprised when seeing a Jedi or Sith come up and do things that normal beings can't.
"There is one lesson you've yet to learn. How to become one with the Force!"
―Cin Drallig to Darth Vader

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Maaruin
01.25.2013 , 05:24 PM | #3
Well, there have been stories of humans perfoming miracles for thousands of years. But I bet I would still be surprised if I encountered a miracle performing person in person.

(For many people in the Star Wars galaxy, Jedi and Sith are stuff from legends. They often don't really know if that stuff is true or exaggereted. Because there are exaggerations about Jedi, like Anakin's "No-one can kill a Jedi." in Episode I.)
"I was one of many. We were servants of the dark side… Sith Lords, we called ourselves. So proud. In the end we were not so proud. We hid… hid from those we had betrayed. We fell… and I knew it would be so."
-Ajunta Pall

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TalonVII
01.25.2013 , 05:29 PM | #4
Well many hear the stories but they are wildly under/over valued plus a lot of people won't believe something till they see it with their own eyes.

Remember for many "Seeing is believing".
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Spetulhu
01.25.2013 , 11:38 PM | #5
For all that SW has much focus on force users there's not really that many of them for ordinary people to observe. And when someone does see them work the story will start seeming like propaganda or exaggeration a few listeners down the line.

People don't always believe it when an ordinary human does something extraordinary, like making an "impossible" shot or surviving something that should mean certain death. Or if they believe it they'll put it under the heading One In a Billion Odds.

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Kristjansa
01.26.2013 , 02:29 AM | #6
Well there are plenty of stories of prophets and saints performing miracles, but if someone actually turned water into wine in front of your eyes, wouldn't you be surprised?