Why was he the only Jedi who wore black? Why didn't this cause any suspicions?
I'd be more concerned by the fact that as of Episode 2 the kid is a complete psychopath, to such a degree that it should be obvious to anyone who spends five minutes with him, especially when you're a psychic warrior monk.
Best suit coming through, the poetry is serene.
>that one little faggot in elementary school that just had to keep shouting "AN IDEA IS ALSO A NOUN" when the teacher would over nouns
every single time
That's because you're a mongoloid who is incapable of functioning in polite society. You have no respect for actual justice, and you're one bad day away from becoming a murdering scumbag no better than the people you force your "justice" on.
Are you aware that it's actually pretty common for guys who commit "retaliation" crimes like killing a man who raped their child or something to that effect, to get off?
in this context, Tuskens aren't even considered people either, they're raiding bandit assholes who kidnap people for fun, and rape them
Your self-righteousness makes no sense lol
They can get off all they like, doesn't make them any less unsuited for society. There's a reason vigilantes are not appreciated, nobody wants to be on the receiving end of punishment from some retard who chimped out when they have no actual understanding of the situation and just have a kneejerk reaction to go after one random fucking person they decide is to blame when they barely have the mental faculties to feed themselves let alone accurately assign blame.
A New Hope
>farming outfit, no knowledge of the Force, but he can sorta feel it. Fails at almost everything -- gets knocked down but keeps trying. Against his mind, listens to his heart and finds Yoda
Empire Strikes Back
>He's getting the hang of it, he can lift a few pebbles with his mind. Can finally swing a sword, barely.
Return of the Jedi
>all black, hiding from the world. The first time we see Luke, he shows off his new found power by controlling people's mind and lifting objects with the greatest of ease --- this must be how powerful a true Jedi can become. He's not one to be trifled with -- the boy has become a man.
A clear sign of progression.
The Force Awakens
>anyone can do a Jedi mind trick and control objects, just after five seconds of learning. Apparently it's not a badass trick that takes years of learning