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Post  Tirus on Wed Jun 30, 2010 9:33 pm

A tall man dressed in crisp traditional masters robes entered the small room. He looked about the room at the scattered students that had dragged themselves in for the weekly lesson. Master Jaysh had never been amused at the lack of interest in the history lessons that he taught, truth be told he was a rather boring and tedious man. Making his way front and center he picked up a small holocron from the table in front of him, the object pulsed with force energy at the master’s touch.

“What is this?” barely giving a pause he continued in a monotone voice. “This is a holocron, not just any holocron but a force-sensitive holocron. Do you know what that means?” again he barely paused before starting again. “It means that only those that are force-sensitive can unlocks its’ secrets.”

Placing the holocron on the table it began to unfold till a hologram of the man appeared in the center turning to the initiates in the room. “We will begin our lesson today on the Jedi code and the origins of the Jedi order.” Stated the hologram before the connection stopped and the real man continued.

“You all know the code I presume, but do you know the original code? It will be on the test I would advise memorizing it” He wandered around the class speaking calmly.

“Documents and finds estimate that The Order was founded over seven hundred years before the Galactic Republic. The founding of The Order during the aftermath of the Force Wars, considered the first battle between the light and the dark side of the force.” The man had made his way to the back of the room forcing everyone to turn in their chairs. Just as they settled he began to move in the opposite direction.

“Now the order truly began not on Tython but Ossus after a proactive group of left Tython to liberate other worlds and fight the dark side. It was during this time period also that the very definition of the light and dark was established along with the ideas of The Living Force and The Unifying Force, that’s for another time though.” Making his way to the front pressed a few buttons on a screen a crude picture of a lightsaber attached to a battery pack lit up on the wall.

“That is what one of the original lightsabers looked like. The Order held ceremonies before these were created that involved a Jedi channeling Force energy into a metal sword making them far more lethal. The creation of the lightsaber was an important step in the creation and symbol of the Order.” He pressed the button again an image of Coruscant sprang to the wall. “The Galactic Republic formed in the year 25, 053 BBY the Jedi Order swearing fealty to them within the century. Since then The Order and The Republic have been close allies protecting them and aiding in peacekeeping efforts throughout the galaxy.” Hitting the button again a picture of a Jedi and Sith battling appears.

“24,500 problems arose within the Jedi as darksiders cause a schism between The Order. Dark Jedi General Xendor and his band of exiles called the Legion of Lettow began to experiment with forbidden and dark areas of the Force. The Legion declared war on The Order, who in turn declared war on the exiles. During this time many Jedi fell to the dark side finding the life of a knight too difficult. It wasn’t till Xendor was killed years later that order could be restored again to…well The Order.” He chuckled a bit at his own play on words his features going dark at the lack of amusement shared by the students.

"Are there any questions before I continue on?" He looked around with those dull eyes waiting from some signal of confusion or inquiry.


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Re: Early History, Master Jaysh (Course completed)

Post  Calinhad Arakus on Thu Jul 01, 2010 2:13 pm

Calinhad sat listening to the Master's teachings. He was interested in them but the older man's monotone voice made him bored. As Master Jaysh finished and asked if there were any questions, Calinhad instinctivley raised his hand. Before he could force it back down his name was called. The young initiate stood and tried to quickly form a question in is mind. His eyes lit up, he had his question.

"Master, why did those first Jedi split from the Order, why were they perfroming forbidden experiments?" Calinhad asked. The other initiates were staring at him, some even laughing at his stupid question. He ignored them and continued to speak, "I just don't understand why so many Jedi fall to the Dark Side."

The others were still giggling and whispering, but Calinhad ignored and continued to stand there staring at the front of the class room, almost like a statue. He waited for a response, thinking the old man was delaying an answer to see how Calinhad acted under pressure. A small bead of sweat formed on the initiate's brow.
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Re: Early History, Master Jaysh (Course completed)

Post  Tirus on Thu Jul 01, 2010 6:00 pm


Master Jaysh stared at the youth with those calm eyes a dull expression on his face as he waited for the question.

"Master, why did those first Jedi split from the Order, why were they performing forbidden experiments?" Calinhad asked. The other initiates were staring at him, some even laughing at his stupid question. He ignored them and continued to speak, "I just don't understand why so many Jedi fall to the Dark Side."

Jaysh gave a stern look to the other initiates in the class his gaze scanned the room before settling once more on Calinhad. He hesitated for a moment watching the youth sweat slightly. "Tell me do you feel nervous, does the laughter of your peers make you angry? Now if you were so inclined you could silence them with some outburst of emotions and aggression. That is what leads so many Jedi to the dark side. It is the everlasting desire for power, for recognition, for wealth perhaps." He motioned for the initiate to sit down the youth complying eagerly. The other initiates had grown silent as Jaysh again droned on with his words.

"In the case of the First Great Schism, it was love that caused the Jedi Xendor and Arden Lyn to fall into the dark side. They believed that true power could only be gained through emotions. In the end Xendor was slain and Arden Lyn's heart was stopped." Standing silently he looked at each one of the initiates noticing their concern.

"There is a serenity in the teachings of our Order, a reason for all the instruction that you receive. There are some that follow what they believe to be a middle path even here at Station Gamma, but I warn you the line between the light and dark can be very hard to discern.... Enough of my rambling is there anything else that I can answer for all of you?"
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Post  JudenVorlar on Thu Jul 01, 2010 8:52 pm

Juden watched the timid figure of Calinhad stand and listen as Master Jaysh answered his obvious question. Though Juden already had a good idea of what the answer was before Jaysh answered the question, he refrained from laughing and giggling out loud, for he found it to be innappriopiate. Juden stared at the holocron as Master Jaysh's montone voice rang out throughout the room, until a few words caught Juden's attention.

"In the case of the First Great Schism, it was love that caused the Jedi Xendor and Arden Lyn to fall into the dark side. They believed that true power could only be gained through emotions. In the end Xendor was slain and Arden Lyn's heart was stopped." The Master stood still as he observed the room full of learning and young Jedi. Juden sat up, his thoughts began to race as he puzzled together a question he wanted to ask Master Jaysh once he stopped speaking.

".... Enough of my rambling is there anything else that I can answer for all of you?" Juden shot up his hand, in which the Master called on him, and Juden stood up straight. He still had his hood over his head, as he liked to keep to himself most of the time, and it usually kept people from starting conversation with him.

"Master Jaysh. Isn't love just a passion? And passions can be controlled, can't they? Surely the Jedi should be tought on how the Jedi should control their passions instead of fearing them." Juden asked in a soft tone, gesturing and explaining with his hands as his sapphire eyes sparkled in the sunlight the peaked through the rooms windows.
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Re: Early History, Master Jaysh (Course completed)

Post  Tirus on Fri Jul 02, 2010 5:30 am

The master listened to the quick retort or that young man his eyes focusing in on the figure. Waiting for a moment he collected his thoughts staring at him with a sense of urgency.

"There is no passion, there is serenity. This tenet is more than a repetition of the first. It refers more directly to situations of extreme stress in which a Jedi might be tempted to react strongly, or be so focused on the task and not the goal. That a Jedi must draw his weapon only in defense is an expression of this tenet, keeping all other options open. While emotions and intuition must be understood and utilized in a Jedi's daily life, they must be checked, lest the Jedi act rashly and lose objectivity. Passionate use of power leads to the dark side. A Jedi must always act with a calm hand and an even temper. "when in doubt, stay your hand", observing each situation as clearly as the Force sees it, not clouded with unbridled passion." the master spoke each memorized word, he was a man of the book, of the teachings with absolute faith.

"Now in contrast, Through passion I gain strength, from the Sith code. It is true that we must not deny our own passions and control them, but do not try to harness them either for that can lead to using them as a weapon or causing a lapse in judgement. Fear is the last thing that should come across our minds as Jedi, for fear leads to anger, anger leads to hate, hate leads to suffering." He stood tall at the center of the class interested by the questions of the initiates. These ones were a bit different than the rest, they were so fresh and malleable.

Tapping his fingers on the table he offered a calm smile. "Any other questions?"
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Re: Early History, Master Jaysh (Course completed)

Post  Azuregos on Fri Jul 02, 2010 6:57 am

Azuregos just continues to look out of the window due to not enjoying, the ancient history of the Jedi, it is only when Juden asked Master Jaysh "Master Jaysh. Isn't love just a passion? And passions can be controlled, can't they? Surely the Jedi should be tought on how the Jedi should control their passions instead of fearing them."

This made Azuregos turn and look at Master Jaysh who seems surprised at Juden's question before he answered the question, as Azuregos sits up he feels his newly constructed lightsaber tap against his chair. Azuregos glances down to make sure it is still attached. Azuregos notices that for some unknown reason his saber has fallen off his belt and is hovering off the floor next to him. Azuregos then sighs before whispering under his breath "Not again"

He quickly grabs his saber and hooks it back onto his belt before clutching his fist in anger due to his struggle with controlling his Force Powers. He then notices Master Jaysh walk past his desk and look at him, before he walks back over to the holocron, Azuregos sighs in relief before Master Jaysh turned around and asks if anyone still had any questions.

Azuregos puts his hand up, and Master Jaysh, then motions to Azuregos “I just have a question Master with the Jedi Code, is it true that even someone who has fallen to the Dark Side can be redeemed and return to the Light, just like Revan?”
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Post  Tirus on Fri Jul 02, 2010 4:56 pm

Master Jaysh wandered about his attention drawn to Azuregos as the young man cletched his fist. Asking again if there were any questions he hoped that the initiates would continue as it seemed that many of them were new to the ranks and still unknowledgeable. Azuregos puts his hand up, and Master Jaysh, then motions to Azuregos “I just have a question Master with the Jedi Code, is it true that even someone who has fallen to the Dark Side can be redeemed and return to the Light, just like Revan?”

"Revan." Jaysh rolled the name off his tongue with a certain distaste. Composing himself swiftly he responded in that monotone voice. "It is true that those that have embraced the dark side can be redeemed. Those that are considered redeemed are often those that have sacrificed themselves for a proper cause without the aid of the dark side. For others it is through repeated selfless acts without the aid of the dark side. These men and women are redeemed in the eyes of the Council and the Force itself." He paused a moment thinking. "It is difficult in these times though for so many of our dark brethren have not seen the light and have always lived in the ways of the dark. Redemption is hard to understand or seek when your beliefs have never been that of our Order."

"Revan was a special case, he was almost forced into redemption. His memory wiped the man relearned the Jedi Code and embraced the teachings under the watchful eyes of the Council and Jedi around him." dipping his head in the direction of Azuregos he continued. "So the answer to your question in short is yes, anything else from the class? I am sure there are many questions that you have not yet had answered."
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Post  JudenVorlar on Fri Jul 02, 2010 9:26 pm

Juden listened closely to what Master Jaysh had to say about Revan, for Juden was always intrigued by the story of Revan. His thoughts gathered as Jaysh grew to a close on his answer to Azuregos's question, the old master pleasantly telling the class he is sure there are more questions that need answers, in which Juden raised his hand.

Jaysh called on him, and Juden stood up once again. His face was more stern now, and his voice more serious as he asked the question.

"As you have answered, Master Jaysh, it is possible that someone who has fallen to the dark side can be redeemed, such as Revan," Juden recalled quickly, and then continued.

"But should we as Jedi always seek to redeem those who have fallen to the dark side? Isn't it well, easier, to simply eliminate those prone to falling away from the light, instead of risking the chance they could fall again?" Juden knew the question didn't have a clear answer, but simply wanted to hear the one of what Master Jaysh had to say. His keen sapphire eyes stayed on Master Jaysh, his arms crossed under his robes.
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Re: Early History, Master Jaysh (Course completed)

Post  Calinhad Arakus on Sat Jul 03, 2010 12:51 am

Calinhad's gaze bolted towards Juden after hearing the other initiate's question. Was he truly serious? Without even giving Master Jaysh a chance to answer, the young Kiffar started speaking.

"Easier? Easy is the way of the Dark Side. My old master, may he find peace in the Force, always told me that if the road is easy, then you are going the wrong way."

The initiate rose from his desk, fully facing Juden. His dark eyes burned with confidence and emotion. He took a few steps towards Juden.

"If there is even the slightest chance that someone can be redeemed, can be saved from the darkness, then we must try. It is our duty as Jedi!"

He regained his compusure, not meaning to get emotional. He turned towards Master Jaysh, an apologetic look on his face.

"Forgive me for my outburst, Master. It will not happen again."

Quietly, he moved back towards his desk, head down. He sat down, expecting to be yelled at by Master Jaysh.
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Post  JudenVorlar on Sat Jul 03, 2010 1:06 am

Juden was surprised, taken back, by Calinhad's sudden and unexpected outburst. But Juden stood firm as he listened to the opinion and words Calinhad had to say. After he had finished, the room was quiet, as everyone stared wide-eyed at him. Juden watched him turn to Master Jaysh and apologize, before he moved back to his desk.

"Surely, most 'dark jedi' have made their decision to go to the dark side, to stray away from the light." Juden said back to Calinhad, his eyes set on him with a stern face.

"I stand for what the Jedi believe in, and I have never questioned the code of the Jedi. But in retrospect, who are we to think we are right?" Juden asked curiously to Calinhad, slowly taking steps towards him.

"Most dark jedi cannot be redeemed, I believe. Sure, we can try to guide them and show them the path they can walk. But it is their inner character that will cause them to either go back to the light or not." Juden took a breath, and then continued.

"I think our duty as Jedi is too make sure the light never falters, to make sure our code is never forgotten, and that justice and peace always stands in the galaxy. It isn't our duty to try to persuade those who have fallen, those who have made their choice, to come back to our code. It's our duty to make sure their code doesn't topple ours, that they don't crush what we believe in."

"That is why I think we shouldn't concern ourselves with trying to 'redeem' every dark jedi we come across. They broke the code once, they will most likely break it again. They cannot be Jedi."

Juden gazed at Calinhad with his hard look before taking a seat. His eyes still kept keen on Calinhad.
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Post  Calinhad Arakus on Sat Jul 03, 2010 1:22 am

There was wisdom in Juden's words, but there was also hatred for the Sith, or at least that is what Calinhad thought.

"I never said anything about persuasion. If there is a chance for them to be redeemed, then that chance comes from thier own hearts. All I was saying is that we should guide them back to the path of light."

His gaze was still locked with Juden's. The sapphire glow of Juden's eyes held a gentleness, but also a fierceness that could scare a rancor.

"I do agree with you to a certain extent. There are those that are unredeemable. The Emperor, of course, is one such individual. But the ones who do have a chance, the ones who begin to doubt thier own actions with the Sith, those are the ones we must try and save."

The tension between the two could be felt by the rest of the class, and the fact that Master Jaysh had yet to intervene must mean that he was pleased with the discussion. Calinhad hoped it was so. He wasn't looking forward to punishment for speaking his mind.

He hoped a fight wasn't brewing. He knew he was no match for the robed initiate, but that didn't stop him from speaking his beliefs.
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Post  JudenVorlar on Sat Jul 03, 2010 1:48 am

Though Juden was a taller figure then Calinhad, one that spoken with a loud boom towards him, he greatly respected him. When Juden debated with most initiates his level, they usually backed down and caved in under him, but Calinhad stood firm to his beliefs. Juden moved his sapphire eyes off of Calinhad and looked around the classroom, then looked back at Calinhad.

"I respect your view, Calinhad. I too must apologize for my," Juden paused for a moment, trying to think of the right word, then continued,

"Apologize for me disregarding your view. In ways we are both right and wrong. Thank you for expanding my knowledge and view on this subject, Calinhad." Juden finished off with a slight smile on his face, the relief was soothing to his chest.

He usually tried to avoid confrontations and stand-offs in the classroom such as this, and he wanted to end this on a high note. Juden bowed down before Calinhad, then took a seat, his sapphire eyes changing to Master Jaysh.
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Post  Calinhad Arakus on Sat Jul 03, 2010 2:01 am

Calinhad smiled at Juden's apology. He was pleased with the modesty and honor that the taller man displayed.

"There is no apology necessary. We both expanded on eachothers' views. I must confess to a bit of naivety, I would have trusted any Sith who said they sought redemption, and I probably would have died with a lightsaber in my back. So, thank you as well, I had never really thought of the ones who can't be saved."

He took his seat, satisfied that the confrontation ended with victory for both initiates. He smiled and looked up at Master Jaysh, awaiting the old man to continue the lesson.
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Post  Tirus on Sat Jul 03, 2010 8:23 am

Jaysh listened to Juden's questions about to answer before Calinhad interrupted him. He turned on the initiate listening keenly to the words he spoke. Taking a step forward he prepared to separate the two young men from a certain confrontation. Calinhad regained his composure, not meaning to get emotional. He turned towards Master Jaysh, an apologetic look on his face.

"Forgive me for my outburst, Master. It will not happen again."

Jaysh gave dipped his head his eyes showing the commanding nature of that imposing figure. He turned to Juden as he spoke listening to the lengthy beliefs of the man.

"Surely, most 'dark Jedi' have made their decision to go to the dark side, to stray away from the light." Juden said back to Calinhad, his eyes set on him with a stern face.

"I stand for what the Jedi believe in, and I have never questioned the code of the Jedi. But in retrospect, who are we to think we are right?" Juden asked curiously to Calinhad, slowly taking steps towards him.

"Most dark Jedi cannot be redeemed, I believe. Sure, we can try to guide them and show them the path they can walk. But it is their inner character that will cause them to either go back to the light or not." Juden took a breath, and then continued.

"I think our duty as Jedi is too make sure the light never falters, to make sure our code is never forgotten, and that justice and peace always stands in the galaxy. It isn't our duty to try to persuade those who have fallen, those who have made their choice, to come back to our code. It's our duty to make sure their code doesn't topple ours, that they don't crush what we believe in."

"That is why I think we shouldn't concern ourselves with trying to 'redeem' every dark Jedi we come across. They broke the code once; they will most likely break it again. They cannot be Jedi."

Jaysh took a step back allowing the two initiates to argue their points; it was interesting to see the difference in beliefs. It was something that always been an issue for the Jedi and would continue to be in the future. In many ways both of them were right though in the end it was their job to rid the Galaxy of the Sith and bring balance and order. Dwelling in his own thoughts he blinked noticing that the entire class had their eyes on him waiting for his words.

"Interesting views from the both of you, this is something that has always and will always be a topic of multiple sides within our Order. We are here though to create balance and order within the galaxy. Due to the nature of the Sith we are natural born enemies, some can be redeemed although others cannot." He paused moving toward Calinhad looking him in the eyes. "Take care in trusting those that do not follow the light, let the Force and Code guide you they are your only true allies. The Sith will try to sway you or use your own emotions against you do not allow it."

Moving to Juden he bit his tongue in thought rolling words around before speaking in a steady tone. "Initiate, you must not be filled with such hatred for the Sith. Nor should you pass judgment on them all before you have cause. Even the most noble and true of our Order have veered from the path or broken the Code once, should we then believe that they will break it again? We are flawed, that is why we have the Code so that we may follow something beyond ourselves." Returning to the center of the room those eyes scanned the rest of the class.

"Does anyone else have something to add, perhaps another question?" He folded his hands neatly in front of him waiting for a response.
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Post  Azuregos on Sun Jul 04, 2010 3:59 pm

Azuregos watches the arguement unfold between Calinhad and Juden, after Juden apologizes to Master Jaysh his gives a small smile. For he finally his glad that he doesn't need to listen to all the yelling anymore. When Master Jaysh says "Does anyone else have something to add, perhaps another question?" Azuregos thinks back to so information he saw in the archieves about the Jedi Exile, he then quickly puts up his hand.

Master Jaysh then guesters his hand to Azuregos "Master, I know that they are both right, but I think if I remember right that even a sith who hasn't heared the Jedi Code before, can be saved like that Miraluka, Visas who was travelling with the Jedi Exile, before she ventured off in search of Revan."
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Post  Tirus on Mon Jul 05, 2010 11:34 am

Jaysh listened for a moment turning to the front of the room as he thought on the subject. Miraluka were such an interesting topic for the Jedi for they had what so many other sought, a direct natural connection to the Force through genetics and race. Turning back to the class his dull features did not show the delight that arose when he spoke about the Miraluka.

"Before we begin with Visas it is important to understand the Miraluka as a race. They are naturally capable of using the Force and do so in everyday life to gain sight. Some Miraluka say that when looking at a Jedi, or Sith, they could see the force radiating and fluctuating around them. Many of them are disturbed to see beings or places that have been severed from the Force. Now the Miraluka believe in a philosophy called The Greater Force, which consisted of two gods Ashla and Bogan. Now these two gods were representations of the light side, Ashla, and the dark side, Bogan, and are believed to work in harmony. The Miraluka are not taught of good or evil but learn to accept life and eventual death." He paused looking to the call to insure that they were following along.

"Now the Miraluka do not often ally themselves with either side, although due to the destructive nature of the Sith Code many of them are present in our own Order. As for Visas even though she had never heard the code it is believed that the trauma of being the only survivor from a world that was severed from the Force caused her to fall into the darkness. Her return to the light was something that should not be surprising considering the nature of the Miraluka as a people. There are no records with her reasoning or the crossing of her and the exile, at least not in enough detail to render anything but speculation as to what happened." He stopped looking to Azuregos as if waiting for some reply to his explanation.
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Post  Azuregos on Wed Jul 07, 2010 7:28 pm

Azuregos finishes listening to Master Jaysh answer his question "Thankyou Master Jaysh" he says with a smile across his face.

Azuregos then leans against his chair and looks around the room to see who else would bring up an interesting question to listen to. As Master Jaysh asks for any last questions, Azuregos starts writing down the original code of the Jedi on the Paper they were given.

Emotion, yet peace.
Ignorance, yet knowledge.
Passion, yet serenity.
Chaos, yet harmony.
Death, yet the Force.

He then writes out the current jedi code on the paper as a comparision.

There is no emotion, there is peace.
There is no ignorance, there is knowledge.
There is no passion, there is serenity.
There is no chaos, there is harmony.
There is no death, there is the Force.

He then puts his pen down and watches as some other students start asking questions.
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Post  Tirus on Mon Jul 12, 2010 1:41 pm

Jaysh took a few more questions his attention still on the matters that had been brought up before. He would need to report his work with the initiates to the council, that they may be on the watch for outbreaks of emotions that seemed to motivate so many of these young ones. Stepping tot he front of the class he tapped on the holocron that sat on the table a tiny image of the master sprang to life again. The image cracked for a moment before settling his voice the usual drawl sound.

"That is all that I have for class today, I expect you all have learned from the lesson and will be prepared to take the test in one weeks time. It will be done on an individual basis, you can review a class recording within the library. Should you have any questions you may leave a message for me and I will be in contact. May the Force be with you." The tiny man gave a courteous bow the image fading away, the holocron sat still for a moment before closing. Jaysh continued his voice matching perfectly in monotone fashion that of the recording.

"I will see you all at our next class where we will explore more modern history and issues that are currently plaguing the galaxy. Come prepared with questions as the class will be mainly a discussion. As the holocron stated you have one week to complete the required test." He grabbed the artifact with a hand turning and exiting the class without another word.
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