Jedi May Be Allowed To Perform Marriage Ceremonies In Scotland 196 Posted by samzenpus on Thursday March 21, 2013 @04:20AM from the may-the-force-and-love-be-with-you dept. Was Anakin Even Allowed To Marry Padme? Jedi Master Ki-Adi-Mundi was allowed to marry due to the low male population of his species. ". Within many humanoid societies, marriage choices were in most cases made through courtship. After the Great Sith War, they became a unified organization under the Jedi High Council, which began to reinterpret the Jedi Code. The Jedi Order is simply smaller and more disjointed, much like the Jedi before 4,000 BBY. Early Jedi Practices and the Expanded Universe. This plays out in "Revenge of the Sith," in which Anakin turns to the dark side to prevent Padmé's death. Go To The Dark Side. A Jedi such as Obi-Wan Kenobi, trained in the ways of the light side of the Force, could take comfort in the words of the mantra of the Jedi Code:There also existed an alternate version of the Code, recited by Jedi younglings during their Initiate Trials, and by Depa Billaba during her full fitness re-assessment after waking up from her 6-month coma: And yet, Luke trained as an older student and got married - and allows such things in the New Jedi Order - without the problems the Jedi worry about in the Prequels. jSarek 09:57, 22 April 2008 (UTC), No one has ever written (if someone has, please inform me!) Truthfully, it was against the Jedi rules to have a wife because it could cause an emotional connection capable of corrupting a Jedi’s mind. Jamiebacca , Jan 19, 2007 #16 Jedi could marry. Controversies. Jedi Apologist 4 years ago Sith in a loving relationship would be uncommon, but not unheard of - be that some sort of romance or affair of some kind. This page is no longer live. It happens again in "Return of the Jedi," when Darth Vader manipulates Luke into attacking by threatening to harm Leia. Plus the fact that early EU sources completely disregard the "Jedi arent allowed to marry" rule. ; Rules. Lets see, one of the most popular topics about Jedi are their views on marriage and attachments. For that reason, Jedi were not allowed to marry. I think it was accepted but I don't thimk it was encouraged, so there is no reason Kam Solusar would not get married. From this point of view, one might conclude that Anakin's fall was not the fault of his attachment, but the fault of the Jedi Order. For the most part, the EU covered events in between the Original Trilogy movies and after "Return of the Jedi." Maybe the Jedi Council didn't approve of marriage in general, but granted special dispensation to anyone who could prove that a husband or wife would not impair their duties to the Force (for example, Master Yoda would grant me permission to marry if, in his opinion, I would be willing to put aside my feelings for a given task, like if my wife was kidnapped and me resuing her meant allowing the big threat to destroy a planet). It was established that many Jedi had married, and many had had children (Kam Solusar, etc.) In the Jedi Academy trilogy, Luke was looking for any potential Jedi, including children of Old Republic Jedi. Following the Rule of Two, it may even be beneficial for the master to have their apprentice marry. Yoda wasn’t either, but for all we know his species reproduces by budding. 20:50, 22 February 2008 (UTC), Thank you all for the answers. The Jedi Order was founded in 25,783 BBY, and their philosophies - such as the distinction between the light side and dark side of the Force - developed over the next few centuries. Anakin and Padme married without anyone knowing. There are, however, a few things I would like mention: Atton makes a clear reference to the rule in question at the beginning of KOTOR2, something like "it must have been hard, no husband, no family" - like it was evident at that time for an outsider that Jedi are not allowed to have a family (as Jedi Kasra also mentions the dates above). Anakin married. When the prohibition of marriage was revealed in Episode II, it only made sense in the EU if it started after 4,000 BBY. It goes all the way back to "The Empire Strikes Back," when Yoda warns Luke not to rush into danger just to save his friends. Like all Cereans, his binary brain made him extremely logical and insightful and he was a skilled tactician and diplomat. All of the rules and regulations that Jedi have to follow are all in order to keep … (Jedi Code Volume #1, Section 11.3, subsection 42) Jedi are not allowed to marry! Star Wars Updates: The Jedi of the Star Wars prequels banned intimate affairs, but the High Republic reveals that they may have allowed them at one point.The Jedi of the Star Wars prequels banned intimate affairs, but the High Republic reveals that they may have allowed them at one point. The Jedi fought for peace and justice in the Galaxy, usually against their mortal enemies, the Sith and Dark Jedi, who studied the dark side of the Force. Their spouse’s death at the hands of the Jedi or an enemy of the Sith (or a cleverly hatched plot by the master?) Most Sith however aren't interested in such physical matters though, so don't expect the most powerful Sith on the Dark Council to have relationships. Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. In early Hapan marriage traditions, attractive female "specimens" w… Old Republic Jedi did not frown upon marriage. Mundi had great empathy for other living b… He hailed from the planet Cerea and, due to the low Cerean birthrate, he was allowed by the Jedi Order to follow the Cerean custom of polygynous marriage. a single remark about the peculiarity that, despite that Jedi were not allowed to marry even back in 4000 BBY, the whole Draay family became Jedi - more specifically: why Krynda and Barrison were not expelled from the Order, when they married? The reorganized Jedi Order focused on eliminating attachment because of how it can lead to the dark side of the Force. That's how we ended up with Darth Vader, for Windu's sake, may the Force rest his soul. It’s not forbidden- one of the Sith tenets is that nothing is forbidden to those who can master the Dark Side -but it’s not common. This page is an archive of a community-wide discussion. 11 June 2008. No, sorry, I didn't type that right. Please note that this is just a theory, based on the fact that some, more mature Jedi from the Old Republic married and had children, and that immature Jedi would married in secret fell to the Dark Side. Force-sensitive children are taken from their families at a young age and brought up in the Jedi Temple, without much or any connection with their biological relatives. It's especially not healthy for Jedi given the extra power they have. In the Jedi Order, attachment and possession were forbidden, because they could lead to jealousy and fear of loss, and ultimately the dark side of the Force. Obi-Wan obviously wasn’t married, but he never said anything about not being allowed to. By the time Yoda was Grand master, the Jedi council decided to ban marriage due to attachment. and other jedi are married as well. 0 1. It seems that prohibiting marriage and other attachment is not a matter of necessity, but a matter of practicality. Kyp 00:33, 5 February 2008 (UTC), Ki-Adi-Mundi was a Cerean Jedi Master, and Jedi High Council member. Domlith 20:19, 7 January 2008 (UTC), In the New Jedi Order there was not a rule against marriage Luke even got married. His elongated head made him stand out among his peers on the Jedi High Council, but also gave him a stately, introspective appearance. If the Jedi of the Prequels were more familiar with the needs of older trainees, and if they taught their students to deal with attachment wisely rather than forbidding it outright, Anakin may have been able to let Padmé go without fear. marry, have kids, and dump them off at Winter's Galactic Nanny State Daycare). It was based on the fact that this was the cause of Anakins change to the dark side. The Jedi were allowed to do more Liberal things (ie. The struggle between love and duty is one of Anakin Skywalker's major conflicts in the Prequel Trilogy. After the Great Sith War, they became a unified organization under the Jedi High Council, which began to reinterpret the Jedi Code. So why can't Jedi marry? Was this some kind of exception due to their influence (disgusting indeed) or did they have some personal reason (like Ki-Adi-Mundi, who had 7 wives)? I meant that Kam Solusar was the child of an Old Republic Jedi Knight. Ki-Adi-Mundi was an extremely wise and stoic Jedi who was well known for his strong judgment, his practical thinking, and his courage. The problem is not so much falling in love, but the fear of losing the object of one's affection. In the star wars prequels, it states that jedi aren't allowed to be married because there feelings for there loved ones might cloud there judgment and can lead to the dark side. With the Expanded Universe in mind, the question becomes less "Why can't Jedi marry?" That didn’t deter Anakin, though. How Many Jedi Survived the Great Jedi Purge? Wookieepedia is a FANDOM Movies Community. In Legends, Jedi from Corellia also often married and had kids. They have rules for a reason. Among the new regulations were the prohibition of marriage and the idea that Jedi must begin their training as very young children. The Jedi allowed marriage at different times in the Galaxies history. The Jedi of the Prequel Era are not only forbidden to have romantic attachments; they are forbidden to have familial ones. A Jedi was force sensitive, who studied, served and used the mystical energies of the Force; usually, the light side of the Force. They served as the guardians of the Republic since its foundation. Instead the new Order allowed marriage, even conducting Jedi ceremonies for Tionne and Kam Solusar, and later in 19 ABY, Luke Skywalker and Mara Jade. As a follower of a more present day Jedi ( New Order of the Jedi) it is agreed that Jedi are allowed to marry and the closeness it brings is representative of the force. A 7-year-old wrote to Lucasfilm asking that Jedi be allowed to get married, and he got the best response. I was just wondering since the Jedi are not allowed to marry, are they allowed to give in to there "urges" (obviously since the majority of Jedi are Humans) and have sex? Is this true because in the star wars expanded universe, luke skywalker gets married to mara jade. And other children of Jedi were sought on Belsavis in "Children of the Jedi. The only indication we have is that Anakin Skywalker was a Jedi, and did father 2 children, and there was nothing that said that got him thrown out of the Jedi order. --Madclaw 30px Shyriiwook! would fuel their rage, anger, hatred and pain, things that are very much preached by the Sith: We’ve already mentioned that Jedi can’t have a career, but they’re specifically forbidden from entangling themselves in… No they are not allowed to marry. Other more modern sources agree with that assessment (Sharad Hett and his son, A'Sharad Hett.) Jedi can't marry. In order to explore new time periods and characters, works like "Knights of the Old Republic" were set 4,000 to 5,000 years before "A New Hope" and featured Jedi marrying with no problem. Anita Hill is a journalist and a life-long Star Wars aficionado, who wrote her first story at the age of seven. Uncle New Camera. Another case is the one of Bastila Shan, the consequences of her being separated from her family play a major role in the events of KOTOR... Domlith 21:29, 23 February 2008 (UTC), The Reason Atton says that is because it wasn't common that jedi be married but as stated on KotOR 1 Jollee Bindo got married and even trained his wife in the force also was Draay a Corellian because that would answer all your questions corellian jedi can marry. A marriage ceremony, which could be presided over by a clergy member, was referred to as a wedding. Before the Prequels came out, EU writers had to avoid the Prequel Era so as to avoid contradictions with later material. Since Luke started his New Jedi Order with older Force-sensitives who had already developed attachments, there was no practical way to forbid them; he simply worked with what he had. It wasn't until around 4,000 BBY, however, that the Jedi began to forbid marriage and attachment. The Jedi of the Prequel Trilogy prohibit attachment not because it always leads to the dark side, but to encourage devotion to the Order. Across the galaxy, a myriad of wedding traditions existed amongst the different species, most of which were generally of a monogamous nature. However, some species, such as the Cereans, due to either their culture or even reproductive rates, advocated polygamousunions. Yes, it is. He had four honor wives, one son, and seven daughters, including Sylvn. Even though Sith are said to prefer the use of artificial Kyber Crystals, that's not the only option available to them. That's total BS. The weapon of the Jedi was the lightsaber, a weapon with a blade made of pure energy. But their traditions and Corellia came first, and Corellia always had that independent streak in legends. Jedi are to not submit to any emotion including love. The Sith: Basics of the Order of the Dark Side, The Lost 6th & 7th Seasons of 'Star Wars: The Clone Wars', A Biography of Diminutive Jedi Master Yoda, Master and Apprentice Relationships in the Star Wars Universe. and more "Why did the Jedi taboo against marriage develop, and why did it later disappear?". In-universe, the new rule prohibiting marriage is justified by changes in the structure of the Jedi Council and Jedi Order. James O. Lv 7. It was established that many Jedi had married, and many had had children (Kam Solusar, etc.) The Jedi, after reading Baeltus' original code, thought it sounded too harsh, so they added the words unless absolutely necessary to the end of most of the strict orders. They are loyal and devoted to the Jedi Order because they have no other family. Many other Jedi, such as Kirana Ti, Corran Horn, Daye Azur-Jamin and Tyria Sarkin Tainer, married non Force-sensitives, with their children providing the next generation of Jedi trainees. The two married in secret at the end of Episode II: Attack of the Clones. Darth Natas. The idea of attachment being dangerous is not new in the Prequels. In the Expanded Universe, Jedi before and after the Prequel Trilogy had no problem with falling in love, getting married, and having family ties outside of the Jedi Order. Plus the fact that early EU sources completely disregard the "Jedi arent allowed to marry" rule. Other more modern sources agree with that assessment (Sharad Hett and his son, A'Sharad Hett.) I think they are because (no joke) sex is an essencial is a persons life as is air or water (according to psychological studies). The loss of a loved one can also cause a Jedi to turn to the dark side in anger - as happens to Anakin after his mother's death. That's the reason Palpatine was able to manipulate Anakin--because Anakin thought he was entitled to act on every emotion he had--and that would be a problem even if the Jedi allowed Anakin to marry Padme and remain a Jedi. Among the new regulations were the prohibition of marriage and the idea that Jedi must begin their training as very young children. They were fairly independent from the order, but still part of the order as a whole. 1 decade ago. Any religion based on the Force and Jedi Knights should have followers that must remain single and … How Wookieepedia treats Canon and Legends, Star Wars Knights of the Old Republic 23: Knights of Suffering, Part 2, four honor wives, one son, and seven daughters, https://starwars.fandom.com/wiki/Forum:Draay_family_-_Jedi_allowed_to_be_married%3F?oldid=6079105, Uh, I think those rules did not apply as much before the. Perhaps it also avoids creating Jedi dynasties that might divide the order. Further comments or questions on this topic should be made in a new Knowledge Bank page rather than here so that this page is preserved as a historic record. Small exceptions were made during this time. 0 0. Before 4,000 BBY, the Jedi Order was made up of loosely affiliated local groups. And there was evidence that many Old Republic Jedi were married with children. for the hardcore star wars fans please help me Newer Star Wars fans may not realize, however, that "Attack of the Clones" was the first time the idea of Jedi celibacy ever came up. You can look but you certainly can't touch. All Jedi must be wise, unless unable to or instructed otherwise. A very common opinion is that “Jedi should be allowed to marry!” “Jedi rules makes no sense” and “If the Council have allowed Anakin to marry, he would have never fallen to the Dark Side” Practically speaking, this is due to the structure of the Expanded Universe.