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Why did the Jedi think the Sith were extinct.

Discussion in 'Prequel Trilogy' started by FallenAngel, Feb 7, 2016.

  1. 2K-D2

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    Because they didn't think they were alive.
     
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    wasnt it in the Darth Bane books when Darth khan set off a massive bomb killing all the sith except for Darth Bane and his new apprentice and they went into hiding
    idk i just started reading the bane books so thats theonly answer i have rn
     
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    It was (or could have been) part of the "arrogance of dogma" theme that wasn't really expressed much until the Plagueis conversation. Lucas has always been anti-dogma and that was a cool theme of the PT (maybe not expressed very well). But the Jedi were certainly arrogant in their ways - maybe some more interesting conversation from Qui-Gon could have planted that theme from the beginning, with an assist from Dooku's conversation with Obi-Wan in Ep. II (probably the best acted scene in that film....eeek), culminating in Anakin's turn away from the Jedi way in Ep. III. Oh what could have been.....
     
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    You don't hear from a group of galactic level miscreants and age old enemies for 1,000 years you get a bit lax sometimes.

    Add in wilful blindness to the dark side and sole focus on the light and you eventually find yourself in "if it was a snake it would have bit me" type territory.
     
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    You answered the question.
     
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    Misguided...and clouded by the Dark side!!! The Jedi even spoke to Palpatine face to face...and didn't realise who he was!!!
     
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    In Legend there were a bunch of battles in which the last one every single Sith were stuck on one planet and then they committed suicide to kill all Jedi which were also on that planet. Obviously it didn't work but every single Sith died except one. Who trained a Force sensitive. And it had been single Master to single Apprentice for every generation. They hid themselves or didn't do anything until TPM.

    In Disney universe, it just is because members of the Jedi Council said so.
     
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