The "Jedi that played by his own rules" archetype was a great idea, but again horrible in execution. Should've been Obi-Wan, his dialogue with Yoda in Empire made it seem like he was a bit of a troublemaker.
Best lightsaber, green blade, comfiest handle and elegant overall.
>Should've been Obi-Wan, his dialogue with Yoda in Empire made it seem like he was a bit of a troublemaker.
Just because he liked to think outside the box doesn't mean he was a troublemaker.
Obi-Wan was a company man all the way. He killed his apprentice.
>Yoda: Much anger in him. Like his father.
>Obi-Wan: Was I any different when you taught me?
>Yoda: [Obi-Wan], a long time have I watched. All his life as he looked away. To the future, the horizon. Never his mind on where he was, what he was doing! Hm, adventure, heh, excitement, a Jedi craves not these things. You [Luke] are reckless!
>Obi-Wan: So was I, if you remember.