Hey guys! For today’s quiz, you’ll be starting off as a Youngling and making your way through the ranks at the Jedi Temple. Your actions will heavily influence your future- which path do you follow, light or dark?
You’re a youngling and have just begun basic instruction at the Jedi Temple. In order to properly gain an understanding of the force, it’s necessary that you practice meditation. Your master suddenly and urgently needs to leave on an assignment, but tells you and the rest of the younglings to continue meditating for the duration of the class. What do you do?
Some time passes by, and you’re still a youngling, but the time has now come for you to take the initiate trials. When you begin the trials, you’re first asked about the Jedi code. What do you do?
You (somehow) pass the first initiate trial, and move on to the second. The second trial requires you to construct a Lightsaber, which crystal do you choose?
Your lightsaber is put together successfully and it’s time for trial #3, which involves the completion of a task. You’re sent out in to the world with one objective: experience the dark side first hand, and find a way to overcome it. What’s next?
You’ve passed all of the trials and you’re now a Padawan. To celebrate, you visit the nearest cantina. While you’re there, you accidentally spill a Trandoshan’s drink. He’s not very happy with you...What do you do?
After another successful visit to the cantina, you return to the Jedi temple. Younglings are flooding the hallways, preventing you from walking straight through. What do you do..
You may be a Padawan, but your master doesn’t instill much confidence in you. He has a poor reputation at the Jedi temple, and is thought to not be a particularly efficient force user or duelist. This is stunting your growth, and you want a new master- what do you do next?
You’ve dealt with the ‘master’ issue and are finally paired up with a more experienced and knowledgeable master- someone that you can learn a lot from. On your first mission together, he gets in to a bit of trouble and is knocked unconscious. Saving him could mean that you aren’t able to escape yourself. What do you do?
You’ve been doing exceptionally well as a Padawan, one of the Jedi masters at the temple approaches you and says "You have come far in your training young Padawan, and I feel that you are ready to become a Jedi Knight"- what do you do in response?