Qui-Gon Jinn

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  • The Moral Compass Of The Force

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    The moral compass of the Force, exhibited through the conduct and emotions of living entities who were themselves subject to a stimulating, omnipotent fabrication; vigorously compartmentalize two distinct dogmas that, once again, embody a spectrum of behavioral and cognitive norms. The light and dark side of the Force, constituting two ethical nature’s, enact elements of alignment that nurtures a Force-sensitives’ source of power. By means of these catalysts and/or disciplines, one in tune with

  • Analysis Of ' The Phantom ' And ' My Grandfather '

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    retains the same quality that it had when it was first created, a concept that is evident when looking at two people. Qui-Gon Jinn of Star Wars: The Phantom Menace and my grandfather are similar in how they are both headstrong and patient, but they are different in their understanding and the wisdom they possess, all of which prove age does not always change one for the better. Qui-Gon Jinn and my grandfather have a few things in common, two of these being how they are both headstrong and patient. Dictionary

  • Summary Of The Phantom Menace By Padme Amidale

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    In 1999, The Phantom Menace was released into theaters. The beginning of the saga was brought to understand where the original trilogy’s villain origin story came from and where the famous twins Luke and Leia came from. Leia stole the hearts of many in the original trilogy and it was now her mother’s turn to take the spotlight. Many did not welcome her character with open arms and rejected her. She was the young naïve queen with a crazy fashion sense who had a crush on a nine-year-old boy. At a very

  • Analysis Of The Fool Doth Think He Is Wise

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    “The fool doth think he is wise, but the wise man knows himself to be a fool” (William Shakespeare, As You Like It). This translates to “Only a fool thinks he’s wise; the wise man knows that he is, in fact, a fool”. This quote resonates strongly with me. I really believe in this quote and find the truthfulness in this. I myself believe that you can never truly stop learning. I know that I can be an idiot at many times, and that makes me wise. I also see people who are so ignorant, that they believe

  • Lego Star Wars : The Complete Saga

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    stayed for the tricky but fun game play. All of these adventures take place in the Star Wars galaxy, within the game you will be able to travel to your destination of choice. When you begin the game you only have the option of being Obi-Wan Kenobi, Qui Gon Jinn, or C3P-O, you will be able to switch characters among these 3, each of them have their own special talents which will come in handy for different missions. The purpose of this game is to achieve each of the missions at the begining of each chapter

  • Men in Black and Star Wars the Phantom Menace as Science Fiction

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    Men in Black and Star Wars the Phantom Menace as Science Fiction Both of these films contain ideas of war and peace, whether it is the threat of invasion or the protection of land and values; also there is an element of power that is exerted between two sides disrupting the peace and the balance of the universe. Secrecy is added to indicate that not everything should be available for all to see. Conformity is a key theme

  • The On The Planet Of Tatooine

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    pod-races. Cursed with a name (at the time) of no significance, Anakin Skywalker is blind to the midi-chlorians racing through his veins and to the fact that he holds the greatest energy the force has ever seen. That is, until he is discovered by Qui-Gon Jinn and invited on a mission to protect the galaxy from the evil of Darth Maul, a Sith lord. Did I lose you yet? If you’re a dedicated Star Wars fan you might have been able to make sense of that chaos. However,

  • Skywalker Tragic Hero

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    As we progressed through this year of sophomore english, we encountered many tragic heroes. Grendel, Victor Frankenstein, Beowulf and now Macbeth and Walter White. A tragic hero is one who has heroic qualities but all goes to waste as the hero experiences downfall, suffering or death. The tragic hero I am analysing is Anakin Skywalker; more prominently known as Darth Vader. This is my choice because he was born with the skills to become a jedi master but with the temptations of Darth Sidious, used

  • Character Analysis Of Anakin Skywalker

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    him my favorite character while watching the saga. Watching the prequel trilogy before the original trilogy, especially in episode one, had me rooting for Anakin. He was very kind and compassionate towards Qui-Gon Jinn and Padme Amidala who were strangers to him at the time. When Qui-Gon Jinn discovers Anakin’s extremely high midi-chlorians count, it is believed that Anakin is the Chosen One. Then Anakin is older in episodes two and three, it is evident that Anakin becomes power-hungry and controlling

  • Obi Wan Kenobi In A New Hope

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    Star Wars: The Force Awakens has been a complete success for Disney and Lucasfilm, but now fans are looking forward to the eighth installment of the Star Wars movie franchise. There have already been several speculations about Star Wars Episode VIII, from the possibility of adding two new female leads to a larger role for Mark Hamill's Luke Skywalker. However, the latest rumor involves a character who has long been killed off in A New Hope. Will Ewan McGregor reprise his role as Obi-Wan Kenobi in