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As said on https://starwars.fandom.com/wiki/Jedi "the Jedi aspired to attain a state of inner tranquility." In other words, part of being a Jedi is trying to divorce yourself from your emotions. This includes the urge for adventure and excitement. However, because Jedi are also devoted to protecting peace and democracy, they may sometimes be compelled to act ...


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Anakin wants to save Padme The Force is not Jedi/Sith exclusive. Anakin would still be Force sensitive, even if he somehow resigned from the Jedi Order. And he had lot of skills (piloting, engineering ) even if he had to put his lightsaber away. Also, Padme was not exactly penniless :) But, there was another problem - his visions about Padme's death. His ...


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In Legends it is mentioned in the comic Star Wars: Jedi Council: Acts of War Issue 4 that the lightsabers of fallen Jedi are sometimes hung in the Jedi temple "if it is worthy".


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In Legends, some lightsabers were requested for museum exhibits about the Jedi. If they weren't requested for a museum, Jedi with families (mainly the Green Jedi of Corellia and some other variant traditions) often had theirs returned to family members. A friend of his came here, bringing Nejaa [Halycon, a Green Jedi]'s effects home. He apologized for not ...


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He doesn't have anywhere else to go. Anakin's mother dies in Ep. 2, and he is essentially left with no one on his home planet of Tattooine that he knows well and likes. He also has the memory of being a slave there, and the embarassing incident with the Sand People that he later confides to Palpatine. Perhaps he could go try to live on the Lars' farm, but ...


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I found these images in the Art of the Last Jedi.


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I believe that the novelization goes into a bit more detail. From what I remember, it was because Palpatine (Sidious) was using a forgotten technique of the dark side to limit the force abilities of other force users. Yoda knew it was happening (The dark side clouds everything), but even he didn’t know who it (they) was/were. That’s how Sidious was able to ...


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Suppressing their emotions is a large part of the Jedi way after all so the masters wouldn't detect his joy at finally being married to Padme. I'd expect they learn other ways of protecting their thoughts as they'd be pretty ineffective against dark force users like the Sith otherwise. There must be exercises to strengthen the mind since Obi-Wan uses force ...


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Ahsoka survives the entire original trilogy: she appears in the very last scene on Rebels which is set after ROTJ. After that, there's no official word unless it's been mentioned in a novel or something. As to why she doesn't appear in the trilogy itself, that's easily explained because the focus is on Luke Skywalker and his group. In the first film, the ...


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Pre-Visla: You're not Jedi, so what are you? Darth Maul: We are Sith. Pre-Visla: Do you serve Count Dooku? Darth Maul: I serve no one. Pre-Visla: I thought there can only be two Sith: a master and an apprentice? INDISPUTABLE EVIDENCE!


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Yes, some might even live with their families, e.g., Ki-Adi-Mundi in the comic Prelude to Rebellion. Before Episode I he lives on planet Cerea, advises Cerean government, etc. Later his daughter is kidnapped by Jabba the Hut... seems to be a very exciting familiy life. ;) See the article at Wookieepedia for details: http://starwars.wikia.com/wiki/Star_Wars:...


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Based only on the films, I think they became too confident, and that was their collective flaw. The Jedi council were under the assumption that the Sith were extinguished for a long time (Ep I), and I also that think because the Sith were laying low for so long, maybe that impaired the Jedi ability to sense them. The Jedi council also follow dogma moreso ...


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