Jedi Trials

Each Jedi has their own strengths and weaknesses. As such the trials to become a Jedi Knight are different for each Jedi.

In the Campaign:

Requirements to Join the Jedi Order:

  • The PC must be Force-sensitive.
  • The PC must strive to follow the Jedi Code.
  • The PC must begin as a Padawan (with or without a dedicated master) and when able they can take the Jedi trials and become a Jedi Knight.

The Jedi Code:
One of the first things that a Jedi must learn is the Jedi code; this philosophy lays the groundwork for the mastery of the use of the Force.

There is no emotion; there is peace.
There is no ignorance; there is knowledge.
There is no passion; there is serenity.
There is no death; there is the Force.

Requirements to take the Jedi trials:
In order to become a Jedi Knight a Padawan must take and pass the Jedi trials. It is important to note that there are no game numbers listed as requirements. When you as a player think you are ready, you should seek out your trainer. Also note that this is no easy task. With the Jedi Hunt and Purge the requirements imposed by trainers are more stringent and difficult.

  • Be a Padawan (with or without a dedicated master).
  • The PC must request a judge to be appointed with player input by the Council of Elders to run them through the Jedi Knight trials.
  • The selected trial judge will run the personal initiatives for the player. The first (and possible more) of these PIs will be to find a suitable Trainer. During these personal initiatives the judge will review character specific requirements with the PC for starting the Jedi Knight trials. Once these character specific requirements are met, the PC and judge can run the Jedi Knight trials as Seminar or Interactive personal initiatives.

Once this is done the character is a Jedi Knight and will eventually be able to eventually become a Jedi Master.

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