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mandalorians and nonforce users in star wars movies

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mandalorians and nonforce users in star wars movies

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Wolfninjajedi
02.06.2013 , 04:55 PM | #11
Quote: Originally Posted by Rabenschwinge View Post
Jango Fet did shoot a Jedi during the same battle in the movies... Which is what made him overconfident and make him engage Windu directly - but still it shows - it is possible.

Of course it's not easy but the movies show clearly - with the exception of the one scene with Darth Vader and Han in the City in the Clouds - if a Jedi is hit by a blaster bolt they die just like everyone else.
Ya...Jango shot a jedi that wasn't a warrior, who was more of a negotiator then anything else...that is hardly a feat of taking down a jedi with a blaster. I am talking about a jedi who knows combat here. Yes jedi can die from a blaster shot, but how likely is that? Not very.
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―Cin Drallig to Darth Vader

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darthnamel
02.06.2013 , 09:56 PM | #12
I have to make the point that the dart Jango shot into the Clawdite in Episode II could have easily hit either Anakin or Obi-wan. They were distracted by their prisoner and would have fallen. A Jedi can not always be on guard, since they are only mortal, even Sidious was distracted while torturing Luke. Windu kept focus on Palpatine while Anakin was there. Sometimes what a Jedi lacks is common sense, like knowing Anakin was a long term friend of Palpatine. Knowing this he still trusted a Jedi that had long term exposure to a Sith lord. But Windu is still awesome as are all Jedi/Sith. But we all must accept the Force Users are all mortal with just fewer limitations, but all regardless fall to....
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Rabenschwinge
02.07.2013 , 01:27 AM | #13
Quote: Originally Posted by Wolfninjajedi View Post
Ya...Jango shot a jedi that wasn't a warrior, who was more of a negotiator then anything else...that is hardly a feat of taking down a jedi with a blaster. I am talking about a jedi who knows combat here. Yes jedi can die from a blaster shot, but how likely is that? Not very.
Speculative. The movie gives no information of who the Jedi was. The fact remains that jango Fet did shoot a Jedi. There is no reason to assume that that Jedi somehow doesn't count.
Ah, yes. "Reapers."