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Why the Jedi failed to stop the rise of the Sith

BlacksmithDave
104 posts Member
edited July 2018
Yoda at one point says that fighting the war was a contributing factor to the rise of the Dark Side. And yet he can’t see a way of not fighting the war, meaning that the Sith had won the moment the war began. So, working backwards, that means the Jedi should have been working harder to prevent the war. They should have been trying to mend the rift between the core worlds and the Outer Rim. They should have been working to weed out corruption in the Senate. All of which means they shouldn’t have been reporting to the Senate; which makes them vigilantes, almost, acting without supervision.
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