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Star Wars - Jedi's

Post 21

Colin (The Happy Robot)

Yes as Leia was strong with the force as well which is the main prerequisit for Jedi training and after the final film there wasn't exactly a Jedi Council to say no to training her. Only Luke.

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Post 22


The thing is that Leia choose not to continue with her Jedi trainning event though Luke wanted her to. Instead, she wanted to concentrate on running the New Republic since Mon Martha stepped down from her position and Leia had to take over. (Its true, just read the Star Wars books!)

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Post 23


Unfortunately, the extra 15% is used for chasing women, and gives no extra intelligence, merely the ability to pull!

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Post 24


Leia also had to look after her twins Jacen (male) and Jaina (female) Solo. However she continues to practices her Jedi skills when she has spare time. Dark Jedi C'baoth wanted to get his hands on the twins so he could train them both to be Jedis.

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Post 25


Yes. Is the simple answer. In the books Princess Leia becomes one. In Episode 1 there are a few and why not?

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Post 26


u didnt know that? how old are u?

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Post 27

Researcher 1

Jedi Knights?

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Post 28

Trinity KS

Jedi Knights, havent you seen the Star Wars?

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Post 29

Trinity KS

Just a small question- what are those midi-chlorians?

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Post 30

Trinity KS

I reckon it wasn't very good choice for Leia not to train as a Jedi. Imagine how much power she would have had, to help with running the Republic. I am not just talking about the new-found ability to kick anyone's butt, but with the new power she would become a figure not to be messed with just like that, even Darth would think twice; not talking about the whole Jedi Council behind her. She might have been worried about the time it'd take her, but come on- Luke didn't have to train THAT long.

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Post 31


I'm sure she'd be a great Jedi (Leia), and sexy too smiley - smiley

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Post 32


Sure women can be Jedi's. Just look at Leia. She is Lukes sister and she is strong in the force too. Just like her brother. If you read the Star Wars novels, you will see how see is trained in the ways of the Force by the only Jedi Master still alive...Luke Skywalker.

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Post 33

The Cheese

Yes, women can become Jedi. Yadel, a female relative to Yoda, is on the Jedi Council.

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Post 34


This conversation could only have happened before the Force Awakens smiley - winkeye

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Post 35


This conversation could only have happened before "Eats, Shoots & Leaves"

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Post 36

Caiman raptor elk - Inside big box, thinking.

Any transgender Jedi?

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