How to be a Jedi...
Force Powers: Force Sense
Jedi Students, today we're going to learn about the basis of your training within the
Force. The ability to heighten your senses, Force sense allowed us to see
impending danger and feel the emotions of those who were hidden to our sight. This
ability was commonly used by Jedi who overcome situations by leaving them or
countering them at the right moment, defending themselves or another with their
powers directly. But how do we use this ability, how do we sense danger?
When a Jedi was in a dangerous situation they would perceive a tingling feeling that foretold of
danger in their mind. It is a notable fact that the Jedi could not sense were the danger would come
from, only get the feeling they were in the midst of danger. However a Jedi could sense the location,
even through a barrier of some sort of an enemy through the use of Force Sense. Some of the
advanced users of this Force Power were able to sense the mental and physical health of the subject
to the Force Power. Using this Force Power also allowed a Jedi to sense a potential dangerous crisis
of someone that was emotionally connected to them. However the circumstances that surrounded this
were generally connected to the Force Power Farseeing or Farsight.
To use Force Sight you need to extend your senses outwards with the Force, using your external
senses to sense danger or comprehend it.
Force Powers: Telepathy
Hello Jedi Students, we're going to learn about the basics of the Force Power or
aspect of the Force Telepathy. After this lesson you should understand how to
comprehend information spoken in one's mind. The ability to speak to another
through one's mind or gather images of the emotions of one's mind was the
Force Power Telepathy. However this Force Power required a user to be able to
sense the presence of those they wished to communicate with. However even through Telepathy was
a very basic Force Power it is notable that generally Force-adepts didn't have the commitment to have
a actual silent conversation with Telepathy, using eye contact and confrontation although heightened
the commitment and the ability towards silent conversations using Force Telepathy. After a lot of
training towards the powers of a Telepathy a Force user was able to isolate and block their brain
waves from being read and intercept a variety of brain waves, using the Force to screen multiple
simultaneously. They could also whisper to another through the Force across space and some skilled
Adept pilots could acquire knowledge from the nebula stars.
To use Telepathy the Force Power you need to use the Force to extend your senses outwards
towards another person by sensing their presence within the Force.
Jedi etiquette: the Jedi Code
Hello my pool of Jedi Student's today we're going to learn the importance and the
connection the Jedi Code has with the daily life of a member of the Jedi Order. From
a young age, as you have been shown, the Jedi Order teaches their Jedi Students
the different tenets and the Jedi Code's connection to your life style at an early age.
The First Jedi Code was;
Emotion, yet peace.
Ignorance, yet knowledge.
Passion, yet serenity.
Chaos, yet harmony.
Death, yet the Force.
The first lines of the Jedi Code was Emotion, yet peace, let’s explain this line first.
The first line refers to a Jedi being at peace, understanding his emotions to use his powers and his
skills in a self-approved harmony, it is notable that Jedi used this in all of their their work, augmenting
the next line of the Jedi Code.
The second line of the Jedi Code was Ignorance, yet knowledge, let's explain this line second.
This second line of the Jedi Code refers to a Jedi being able to accept other things others wouldn't,
relating to Death, yet the Force in the cases of murder or a dangerous circumstance which a Jedi
might find himself in relating to Passion, yet serenity. Regardless of all these relations the meaning of
this line of the Jedi Code was simply to accepted everything and skills people had to offer or opinions
they put forward in the midst of a situation. The Jedi were taught to believe that anything whether it be
a foolish man or a smart person could contain knowledge, the respect between wisdom and
knowledge was also the key to unlocking the tenet of the Jedi Code.
The third line of the Jedi Code was Passion, yet serenity. Let's explain this line third.
This third line of the Jedi Code places a Jedi in a position of ever-lasting peace in regard to the chaos
he is put under in any circumstance, being strongly related to Emotion, yet peace the Jedi would have
to always remain rational and have some senses of intuition to overcome the direct crisis as peaceful
as the Jedi could during the crisis. Jedi must remind them that the use of power for self-improvement
for passion against a subject would result in the Dark Side of the Force, using the Force for the self-
improvement directed towards the importance of civilization and building opportunities with these
powers to acquire peace from these opportunities to be bestowed on the society they have helped or
The fourth line of the Jedi Code was Chaos, yet harmony.
The line displays to a Jedi that Jedi shouldn't deny that they could die or become subject to harm of
anything of their surroundings, they should remain alert whilst having remorse for the effects of the
crisis but not allowing it to develop their actions towards a more passionate use of power. Jedi should
instead learn to let go of everything they fear to lose and only sustain their powers towards the
importance of civilization. While other's see pain and suffering Jedi see the basis of life and death,
bad things can happen, Jedi shouldn't deny this fact, they should instead live in harmony with it.
The fifth line of the Jedi Code was Death, yet the Force.
When a Jedi dies, it is quite a tragedy. Yet as great Jedi have said to us, it is quite easy to fail, even
the Sith Empire can fall, being influenced by the tragedy towards the development of your powers to a
passionate use isn't the right way of going about trying to delay your death or another. Jedi don't deny
the fact that death can happen, but they do remorse for it yet failing to let go of a deceased one isn't
the right way of going about it. Train yourself to let go of your attachments, train yourself to get rid of
your fear of losing everything that is dear to you. Remember that attachments can drive a Jedi mad
and insane if they're taken away, don't rely on your attachments and develop such a connection that
is unhealthy towards anything that is a attachment. The key to this line is training yourself to
understand loss, and understanding tragedy happens, see the world as the Force sees it. Life and
death, it happens, it happens.
A notable note with this lesson is that the Jedi Code isn't fully understood by studying it, this is rarely
the case and must be employed in a Jedi's life to maintain a full understanding of the Jedi Code.
Experience is the key to understanding the Jedi Code, never think you can fully understand and use
the Jedi Code on the basis of just studying it, it will rarely ever happen.
Force Powers: Force Light
Hello my fellow Jedi Knight Brethren, today we're going to learn the
importance of the Force Power, Force Light. While using this power
you can either drain a person or object of all dark-sided energies, or
you can stop the connection to something with the Dark Side. This
Force Power required a great deal of strength and power to use, the
results and the strength accumulated towards the immense burst of the
Light Side of the Force depends on how strong your emotions are
aligned towards defending and protecting, also healing in other cases
to the subject. It also took a lot of concentration to cast, using a hefty
amount of the Force User's connection to the Force. This Force Power
is known to be able to ward off Dark Sided Force Powers and Skills, as
well as rendering Sith Magic useless towards its current subject of
harm. To understand the basis of Force Light we must first draw the
Force from our emotions in a Jedi manner and surge it through our
body till it bursts out of our hands and is ready for use. We must study
how the Force Light affects the Dark Side of the Force present at the
time and try and always strengthen its effects if we're in the midst of a
threat or a dangerous presence. When using Force Light we must be
aware it isn't a wall of the Force rather than a burst of energies that can drain the connection to the
Dark Side of the Force from a person, Force Nexus, or object.
This Force Power is rarely learned in the first use, and like all Force Powers requires practice to
master the technique to a level which it can be used towards a Force nexus as such. Thank you for
reading this lesson, I hope you enjoy practicing and bettering the galaxy with this Force Power, may
the Force be with you.
Force Powers: Force
Hello my Jedi Knight Brethren, upon more research into the way the
Force is drawn I have found a skill or Force Power that was
commonly named Force Comprehension. During the time of Revan,
after he fell to the Dark Side he was redeemed and had to use this
Force Power to relearn his Jedi powers in a short amount of time. It is also noted that this ability
MUST be used with basic knowledge of the subject you're trying to learn, or else the consequences
could be severe. Another notable fact about this Force Power is the strong emotions elicited from the
effects of the Force Power were another one of the consequences of the use of this Force Power.
This Force Power was widely considered a universal Force Power because of the Sith already using
reckless means to achieve their cause. To use the Force Power the Force User would have to have
possessed basic knowledge on the subject they wished to speed their learning up on. The Force
Power worked by speeding up the neural processes of the user so they could learn more in a short
amount of time. Here is an example of the use of Force Comprehension.
I hope this helps you in many crisis's you may be involved in, please don't be reckless with this power
and use it only to defend and protect, also heal civilization in the manner a Jedi would.
Jedi Etiquette: I’ve lost my
Hello my Jedi Knight brethren, It begins to trouble me that so many Jedi Knights
sometimes lose their Padawans to not being able to find them, today I am going to
teach you the Force Power of farseeing, also called farsight. While using this ability
a Jedi must understand that time is always in motion, and it is constantly changing
in the galaxy. This Force Power was used to gain impressions of a event or a crisis
happening around the galaxy, the user would generally see strong imagery and
gain a accumulate a strong emotional sense from the ability. Jedi who were in meditation with the
Force Power, if long enough in this state they could leave their physical bodies and go where ever
they pleased. The Force Power is used by Jedi only for defense and healing and protection of
another, never for self-gain.
Jedi Etiquette: Interaction with the Sith
Hello my Jedi brother, my name is Tyree Draykon and I'll be your instructor for this lesson. Today
we're going to look at Jedi ethics and how they relate to our life as a Jedi, what to do? And what not to
do, I hope you enjoy this lesson.
Too often do I see this behaviour in the Jedi Order, a Sith will use a form of Force Concealment and
when the Senior Jedi finds the Sith they will either do one of the two.
A.) Slash their heads off, instating a rage in the Sith.
B.) Draw their Lightsaber, cause the Sith to attack the Senior's fellow Jedi.
Let's look at the consequences of this action.
They could be stronger then you, what would you do then? And as a Jedi aren't you meant to be
peaceful, instead of trying to cut off heads randomly? I'd like to say that both of these actions will lead
to violence that you don't need, a Jedi is a diplomat and if you decide on doing these actions, you're
promoting one of the two.
The Jedi Code asks us to act in peace, act for the importance of civilization, neither does it state we
must exterminate all Sith. But when do we have to destroy a Sith? When the Sith becomes too
dangerous, again let's connect it to the Jedi Code. We Jedi act for the most improvement in society,
also civilization that we can accumulate from our actions, we aren't the Galactic Republic's personal
Sith Slayer service. Sure the Sith may have done horrible things, but a Jedi never acts for revenge,
it's against the Jedi etiquette. Too often do I see this happen, the consequences vary, and the Jedi
becomes known for it's corruptive influence.
In the closing words of this example and statement, I would like to say that Jedi are guardians of
peace, and not Sith Stalkers working towards an improvement in peace, trying to murder everyone
that is present with the Sith Apparel or Sith Symbol on their robes. If they become a threat, please
approach them about it. I will be writing my next report on diplomacy.
OOC Note regarding the article:
Jedi used to act as guardians of peace, we're not personal Galactic Republic Assassins, and never
should we act in this manner. If a Sith hasn't caused chaos, you don't have to slash their heads off,
you simply use diplomacy to let them leave peacefully. Too often do I see a Jedi attack, causing
chaos and generally a raid towards the Jedi Order, also Jedi don't act for revenge.
[Being a Role-player is about role playing your character properly, so you don't have to spam your
keyboard to kill someone, a killing person does nothing but destroy the role-play, Jedi should only kill
the person if they're too dangerous towards a group of people or a dangerous threat in terms of
having present in civilization.
[Violence is the last clause, don't try and be the hero that kills Sith Lords, be the hero that deals with
violence in a peaceful manner, creating the opportunity for peace in civilization.
Jedi Etiquette: Diplomacy Basics
Today my Jedi students, we're going to learn about diplomacy and the importance of it towards the
senior Jedi's etiquette, what diplomacy basically means is wisdom in management of public affairs or
subtly skilful handling of a situation. We as Jedi use these methods to achieve an improvement in
peace and avoid conflict, this art form is quite an easy one to develop but it does take some initial
guidance at first. The first thing to realize is a Jedi would never use the Force to hurt, harm, and
impress another unless it's for the complete good or improvement of peaceful connection in that area
while using the art of diplomacy. The second thing is diplomacy not violence, leave now if you think
diplomacy believes beheading people, even if they have done a lot of wrong in their life. Jedi never
act for revenge over a past notion or emotional experience, in fact we're meant to be at peace with
our emotions, hence Emotion, yet peace. in the Jedi code.
Some tips with using diplomacy would be, trying to make them more friendly or willing towards your
cause using peaceful means; this doesn't mean drawing your Lightsaber and cutting them open. Let's
look at some of the Jedi Guardian techniques to start with first. The first technique was when the
conversation of subject of diplomacy turned sour and the Jedi Guardian purposely then had shown
the man his Lightsaber, this then conveyed the purpose of his cause and the importance of it, which
then the subject of diplomacy agreed to help him out.
Some people would say implying dominance is wrong, I would say it isn't, because it isn't one of the
A. Cutting their heads off.
B. Breaking their bones like an Assassin to acquire information.
Instead with this method, you're being peaceful and just showing the importance of your message
peacefully? And guess what no heads cut off, it's a perfect message. Now I would also like to stress
that the simple words please and thank you go along way during the use of diplomacy and you're
more likely to evoke a more peaceful response if you respect them using these words, remember Jedi
respect always, we even respect Sith. We serve civilization for the improvement of it, the importance
of it, but unlike the Sith we don't imply dominance on the weak, making them stronger and building a
culture of menaces only wanting to make strength, and weed out the weak. With diplomacy we need
to try and bring the subject towards our cause, try and convey the importance of your quest, but do it
in the most peaceful manner you can.
Force Powers: Force Sight
Hello my Jedi Student brethren, today we're going to learn about the Force
Power. While using this Force Power you were able to see in dark rooms and
look through walls, trained Force Sight users were also able to counter the effects
of Force Persuasion and Force Blinding skills casted on the user of Force Sight.
After the use of the Force Power the user of the Force Power was more aligned
towards the extended use of the Force Power thinking a great deal of the effects
and the benefits it bestowed upon the user. As quoted by an ancient Jedi Obi
Wan Kenobi of the Order of the Holy Knights (Old Republic) "Your eyes deceive
you, don't trust them." Shown in the quote, Obi Wan Kenobi the ancient Jedi
believed seeing with the Force was useful in the life of a Jedi. While using this
technique it is notable that the user's reflexes increased, being able to distinguish organics and they
could even interpret dead beings, notable also is the benefit of seeing the Force Connection to
someone while using the Force Power and seeing in dark rooms and past walls. After the use of
Force Sight many Force Users would state that it was similar to Force Sense.
Force Powers: Animal
Hello my Jedi Knight Brethren, today we're going to learn about
beasts and how to control them with the Force. The main aspect of a
Jedi's job is to protect the civilization or natural prowess to create
peace, we've stated in previous encounters that we don't force peace
upon a being or organization we only create the power within the group or being to take up or create
more peace. While in motion, the future is always changing and you have to be aware that you may
come across a Rancor, even a dangerous Krayt dragon can be encountered at any time. How do we
handle these beasts, they're hostile aren't they? You may ask me that question and the simple
answer would be that you can use your powers to allow others to create peace and for the greater
good of civilization. The simple yet widely unknown force ability allows you to control a beast with the
Force. After using the technique the beast would act peacefully towards the Force User and in some
cases acted like a trained mount towards the Force User.
Force Powers: Force Speed
Hello my Jedi Knight Brethren, today I am going to talk about the
Force Power called Force Speed, I'll also be teaching you this Force
Power in this lesson also. Force Speed is a Force power which
augmented the natural reflexes and muscle movement of a humanoid
being with the Force, resulting in extremely fast degrees of movement
known to appear as a blur. While using this Force Power the user
would also perceive the world in slow motion, allowing them to block
or avoid any potential harm. However the consequences of use of the
power involved the metabolic functions of a humanoid to decline,
meaning that the user would have to recover and have the stored
energies from food sources to pull of the Force Power. Although the consequence varied depending
on how much time it has been used and how it is employed in Jedi missions. The more skilled Force
Users were also able to vanish from humanoid sight and reappear at will, displaying great accuracy
towards combat and also in conjunction with their natural heightened reflexes. While using the Force
Power many Force Users who were skilled in Force Speed were able to run across vertical surfaces
for brief periods of time, also notable was the fact that prolonged use of the Force Power would make
the Force User dangerously tired leading to a potential fatigue or death while using the Force power.
While this is generally a notable Force Power for conjunction with running, it should be noted that the
Force Power can be used to employ any movement in conjunction with the muscles the humanoid
wishes to perform.
Jedi Etiquette: Train yourself to
Attachments whether they be emotional or a physical attraction or caring sense
for an spiritual manner or physical being are bad, as Jedi have said in the past
about the mistakes of such Jedi Knights like Anakin Skywalker with marriage and
an intense commitment to a physical being, doing anything you can to help them
or sacrifice everything for that person has in the past destroyed and turned most
beings into Sith. This means if you have developed an attachment with an object
you must discard of the object, this can protect you from the effects of intense passionate connection
or just a emotional connection towards a object or being.
The truth is I had a emotional attachment with my Lightsaber, it was a Solari Lightsaber and I felt
powerful and in control of almost every situation, even against Grand Sith Elders, I was at my prime...
but little did I know it was eating me away, I was getting attached to the Solari Lightsaber, I was
flaunting it... doing what a Jedi should never do. Using it for self gain!!! Not for the importance of
This is just one of the examples of emotional attachment, and what it turns you into. Let's look at it
from a new perspective, a man with a diamond of power that is said to make him 1000x more
powerfully than his natural state of power, this would mean that.
A. His ego would be the biggest inflated hot air balloon you've laid your mother's eyes on!
B. He would be challenging everyone and destroying everything, eventually he'd get bored of
destroying people as a Jedi or feel obliged to be adventurous and go Sith.
Now I hope from this lesson you have caught on to the message of the lesson, don't use your powers
for self gain and don't achieve artefacts or Lightsabers which you can get emotionally attached too!
Also take time to review your agenda, what your goal is not what the objective is, have sight of the
goal and the short term goals with the goal instead of going straight all out for one objective and being
taken by a Sith Lord to his lair.