Luke, did I ever tell you about Master Yoda? He trained my mentor, me, and your father. He is the galaxy's most powerful Jedi, and miraculously survived Order 66. He fled to Dagobah where he lives in total seclusion, and would probably accept an apprentice, merely for the chance to have a conversation with someone who isn't a moss-covered stump. But nevermind that, we have to find a ship that will take us to Alderaan. You can practice advanced lightsaber techniques with this laser ball I scammed off a Jawa for a bag of sand. I told him it was ground Bantha horn and would increase his libido. He was a good friend.
missed a chance to meme about official jedi laser balls but overall pretty gud
Luke, did I ever tell you about Dexter Jettser? He ran a retro 50's style diner, without having any knowledge of humans or earth. He also had more extensive knowledge of the outer galaxy and mysterious weaponry than the 1000 year old Jedi order. He was a good friend.
Luke, did I ever tell you about how deeply your father trusted The Emperor, or Sheev as his friends called him? The fact that he told Anakin to leave me to die for no reason and ordered him to massacre children didn't seem to worry him. He was a good friend.
>Yoda didn't know about things hidden in the Jedi archives
I just have trouble believing a 900 year old Jedi wouldn't notice this shit, especially someone he can probably sense in the force considering they were master and apprentice.
He did you tit. Have you even watched AotC? It's that scene with the little babbies, Obi Wan consults him as to why a star system would be missing. He leads a student on and helps him come to the conclusion that someone must have hidden it.
>he told Anakin to leave me to die for no reason
Luke, remind me to teach you secret jedi technique in case your legs ever get crushed and separated from your body by a giant piece of spaceship bridge. It's called Jedi walk it off.
That's nice, old man. Anyway I wasted my whole afternoon bringing these droids out here - the droids we spent our meager savings on, hoping they could save our farm. So yeah, either cough up some credits or I'm taking them back and finishing the memory wipe I started. I was going to go to Tashi station today, the new power converters came out and now I'm the only kid in the Dune Sea that doesn't have one. My uncle says you're nuttier than a Sullustian chicken salad. So yeah, thanks for saving my life and all, but I guess we're even from a certain point of view.