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There is no emotion, there is peace. What does this phrase mean to you?
Emotions are a natural part of living. Unless you can confront your thoughts and feelings, you will never achieve peace. Emotions, then, are not to be overcome or denied, but rather understood and dealt with.
There is no emotion in what I do. The only thing that matters is how many credits are coming into your pocket, not the lives of people around you, unless you are being paid to protect those lives.
Peace is a lie. There is only passion.
Emotion can play quite a crucial role in my line of work. Not my own emotions, of course, but the emotions of others. There's been many-a-times that I've been saved by smooth-talking a beautiful lad/lass.
Emotion is a crucial part of the human psyche. Our superiors always remind us that we must give in to any hate or anger we feel within ourselves. It makes us strong. It makes us ruthless.
Emotion is pointless in a warrior's life. It can only lead to pity, and could lead to failure. Victory is the only important thing in life.
I have little time for things such as emotion. I am constantly training to defend that dream of peace, and emotion could get in the way of my ability to slay the enemy.
What are your thoughts on obtaining victory?
What are your views on the Force?
You are approached by a frenzied protocol droid. It seems to be damaged and slightly malfunctioning. Looks to have been on the recieving end of some blaster fire. What do you do?
A man stumbles up to you, clutching a smoking limb that ends right below the elbow. What do you do?
Shoot him....after a few minutes of laughing at his feeble attempts to beg for mercy.
Ignore him. I'm not getting paid to end his life. Of course, if he continues to bug me, I may just end his suffering.
I dunno, I suppose it depends on the circumstances. If there is no other danger to my life, I would probably take him on my ship until we hit a safe port.
I would calm him, healing him if possible. If he is the only injured, I would take him to an experienced medic. If others were in danger, I would leave him in a safe place, after healing him enough to keep him alive until I could return for him.
If he is not an enemy, then I'd leave him to his own devices. Only the strong survive. Only the strong can acheive victory.
I would get him to a medic immediately, then move out with the rest of the troops to investigate the origins of his injury.
Rawr, rar, Raaaaawr!
I would kill him. I have bigger fish to fry.
You discover a young boy lost in the lower levels of the Taris. He's hungry and frightened, but also appears to be in possession of stolen property. What do you do?
I would first take the boy to get something to eat, gentley prodding him about the stolen item. After getting him to admit the item is stolen, I would impress upon him the importance of honesty. Perhaps I would get lucky, and he will be a force sensitive, who can be given a better life as a Jedi Initiate. If not, I would see him home safely.
Unless the item is anything of immense value, I would ignore him, unless he shows an affinity to the Force. That be the case, I may train him in the ways of the Sith.
I would confiscate the stolen item, and turn the boy in to the proper authorities.
I would take the item from the boy then leave him. The sniveling little baby is not my concern. Perhaps if I was bored, I would see if he could bring me some temporary entertainment.
I would take the boy and sell him into slavery.
If the item is worth any value, I would relieve him of it. I would probably make sure the boy made it back somewhere safe, though.
I would ignore the boy. Only the strong survive.
Your Grandmother invites you to tea, but you're surprised when she gives you a blaster and orders you to kill another person. What do you do?
If she pays me a handsome fee, I would do it without hesitation.
The only orders I take are orders from my superior, and it must be an enemy that I would be killing.
There is honor in obeying your elders. I would do it, especially if a grand battle looked promising.
Not even blood ties could get me to commit such a travesty. My morales do not allow me to kill an innocent.
Sure, sounds like fun. Maybe I'd go back later and do granny in as well.
Again, it depends on the situation. If there was a nice reward, and the person was just asking to be taught a lesson, sure. However, I am not bounty hunter.
I would kill her. If she cannot kill by her own means, then she is weak, and does not deserve to live in this universe. I would be ashamed to call her family.
You want to move up in society. What do you do?
Define the word 'apprentice.'
Which word is the most important?