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Droideka7
05-31-2009, 01:32 AM
Who do you think is the best lost jedi? Not character-wise really, but moreso who's best fit for the jedi, and who would make the biggest impact on the Order.

Trench
05-31-2009, 01:40 AM
You left out Disciple/Mical. He's not my favorite, but he would probably be the best to rebuild the Jedi Order. So I vote Disciple.

knight 12167
05-31-2009, 04:03 AM
Mical gets my vote too!!!

Droideka7
05-31-2009, 09:10 AM
I know I left out Mical, I realized it after I was done with the poll, but I came back and found I couldn't edit him into the poll.

Ctrl Alt Del
05-31-2009, 10:26 PM
I'm thinking on Atton. He has seen the worst of both the Jedi and the Sith, and is probably the best guy out of this hopeless bunch to fix the Order.

Lord of Hunger
05-31-2009, 10:32 PM
Visas has my vote. As someone who has been taught the teachings of the Miraluka and the Sith, and has Force Sight, she has a lot to bring to the table. Plus unlike most Jedi, she has seen and even been forced to partake of evil.

Fredi
06-01-2009, 08:15 PM
My vote goes for Visas as well, provably the most experience in the force from all of them plus she has passed thru the experience of falling to the dark side and returning to the light.

Allronix
06-02-2009, 01:27 AM
Mical, hands-down. While so many wore the robes, and packed the saber, Mical understood and lived the ideas, even when he was discarded by the Order itself. He was trying desperately to keep the stories, the history, and the honor alive when it probably would have been better and safer for him to write them off.

Blix
06-02-2009, 05:35 AM
Wow Visas definitely gets my pick out of that bunch. Don't get me wrong, Mira was awesome...as a bounty hunter, not so much as a Jedi IMO mind you.

SW01
06-02-2009, 07:10 AM
My vote would have been for Mical also - as Allronix said, he embodied and followed the Jedi principles more than any other group member (apart from Exile and Kreia, obviously...).

Demongo
06-02-2009, 08:22 AM
Visas has my vote. As someone who has been taught the teachings of the Miraluka and the Sith, and has Force Sight, she has a lot to bring to the table. Plus unlike most Jedi, she has seen and even been forced to partake of evil.

My thoughts exactly. Visas gets my vote.

Trench
06-02-2009, 10:20 AM
My vote would have been for Mical also - as Allronix said, he embodied and followed the Jedi principles more than any other group member (apart from Exile and Kreia, obviously...).

That, and he recognized the mistakes and faults of the previous Jedi, an knew best how to avoid them.

SW01
06-02-2009, 01:04 PM
That, and he recognized the mistakes and faults of the previous Jedi, an knew best how to avoid them.

That's right too - the Jedi seemed to be one of the few things he didn't view with incredible naivety.

It suddenly occurs to me that I didn't make a choice from the lot available. Really, I don't think any of them were as neatly Jedi-like as Mical...Brianna seemed a bit more focused on black and white. Naive in this instance where Mical perhaps was not. Atton always seemed quite dark to me, even when playing as light side. Visas was too deferential (hardly surprising given the character's background), well except for that one quest involving the Hutt and dancing...ANYWAY - Bao-Dur's Jedi-ness always felt like an afterthought. So, that leaves Mira. There seemed to be a bit more hinting at Mira being the force sensitive, and she seemed to be more involved after the final cut, that whole thing with Hanharr on Malachor.

So I vote Mira, in lieu of Mical.

rictus135
06-18-2009, 07:44 AM
Mira. Her personal ideals were already somewhat similar to the Jedis. She is tough and experienced, has no family ties, and has seen the best and worst of what the galaxy has to offer.

Mical was rejected by the Jedi, and while he has studied Jedi history, I think he may be the most likely to seek to change the rules, believing it to be for the best, and that is very risky.
Brianna is too combat oriented and has a great deal of internal baggage concerning the Jedi.
Bao-Dur is a follower, not a leader. He would be far too likely to doubt himself and be indecisive.
Visas would be the most experienced with the Force, but too much of that is the Dark Side. She is bound to have personal prejudices, and might unintentionally teach other Jedi to hate the Sith.
Don't even get me started on Atton. I have no idea why he is so popular, he is nothing but an Emo punk who takes out his insecurities on others. Just look at the things he did, torturing and killing Jedi! What's more he felt contempt for them. I judge him the most likely to quickly turn to the darkside, taking many others with him.