After reading this answer about how Master Kreia was exiled after her padawan turned against the Jedi, I started wondering if it was common for Jedi masters to be reprimanded when one of their padawan turned to the Dark Side. The only other cases I can think of are Obi-Wan's padawan, Anakin, and Luke's, Ben. But both Obi and Luke could be considered "lucky" since the entire Jedi order fell immediately following the birth of Darth Vader, and there was no order when Kylo Ren came to be, so they might have gotten their failures "forgiven" considering the circumstances.
So was Kreia a special case since her teachings were already disliked by the Council, or do all Jedi suffer consequences if their padawan falls from the Light? If so, what are they?
Examples of consequences include:
- Fine/community service
- Seppuku (or something similar)
Examples of what would not be considered a punishment:
- Any kind of self-infliction of the above
- Feeling bad
- Feeling guilty
I guess this might be two questions if you count asking about Kreia, but the important one is in the title.
Legends answers are fine.