Tuesday Top Five: Jedi Edition



In honor of Star Wars: The Force Awakens coming out this week, our Tuesday top five will be devoted to ranking our picks for the greatest Jedi of all time.

So let’s begin.


5. Kit Fisto- Seppin



Seppin; As you can see, Rek and I do not agree on number five, but I’m right.

Kit Fisto is a master Jedi, who is just plain awesome. He has a Jamaican accent and loves the water. He is a great fighter, but knows when not to fight. He fought Palpatine in the third film with Mace Windu, but sadly died.

I just think he’s cool and I wish he was shown better in the prequels. He looked ugly.


5.Qui Gon Jinn- Rek


Rek: In the failure that was the first episode of Star Wars, The Phantom Menace, we saw the great Jedi master Qui Gon Jinn. Liam Neeson did a decent job at portraying this character and I believe he is better than Kit Fisto. He was trained by Count Dooku and he also took Darth Maul on his own. After being slain by the sith, he learned a way to continue training Obi Wan in the afterlife. He clearly has the power to beat Kit Fiston in my opinion.

Seppin : I don’t dare to say anything against Liam Neeson…


4. Mace Windo



Seppin: Samuel Jackson as a Jedi…shut yo’ mouth! He just sounds like a bad motha’.

Mace Windu is probably the most fierce Jedi on the council and has a large influence on the council’s actions. He’s the reason why General Grievous had his stomach crushed and wheezes when he breathes.

Interesting note, Samuel L. Jackson requested that his lightsaber was a different color so that he could always see where he was in the battle on Geonosis. His character also killed Jango Fett, one of the best bounty hunters in the galaxy.

My theory is that he lived the fall and Finn is his grandson..just sayin’.

Rek: Do you think that when Mace Windu was a padawan learner that he followed the path of the righteous man?



3. Luke Skywalker


Seppin: Luke Skywalker. The last of the Jedi. Son of Darth Vadar and he voices the Joker.

Rek: We’re not talking about Batman, Seppin. *shaking head*

Seppin: Later on, he can Jedi mind trick over a hundred people at the same time, which makes him one of the most powerful Jedi ever.

I believe he is going to go insane in The Force Awakens. He’s the last Jedi and he seems isolated from Han and Leia.


2. Obi Wan Kenobi


Seppin: Master Kenobi is just plain awesome. He’s practically one of the main characters in the prequels. Obi Wan was Anakin’s mentor before Anakin turned to the dark side.He taught Luke in the original movie and started him on the path to become a Jedi. He fought Vader twice and wrecked him the first time. He killed General Grievous and Darth Maul. He also learned the how to use the force in the afterlife and spoke to Luke. He’s pretty cool because he’s very mindful as a Jedi, but he’s also rash.

Rek: Agreed.


1. Master Yoda


Seppin: Yoda. He’s just the master of all Jedi. He’s taught everyone and who could forget his badass lightsaber fighting with Count Dooku and with the Emperor?

He’s a little green being that was created by the force. His origin is ancient and shrouded with mystery.

What else can you say about Yoda?

Rek: He is great. He finished Luke’s Jedi education and prepared him to battle his father with mercy. He has to be the wisest Jedi ever created.

Seppin: Okay, I want to watch Star Wars now.


Quick note: Since it is Star Wars week, we will have a special Top Five Wednesday which will feature our top Sith Lords and we will also do a trailer compilation and last review before The Force Awakens comes out Friday!



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  1. This comment isn’t directly related to the article listed above (which was awesome, by the way) but I noticed that the category you are putting articles like this in is named “Tuesady’s Top Five” with Tuesday misspelled.


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