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Jedi (Fictitious characters)

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Topical headingJedi (Fictitious characters)
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Found inWork cat: Allie, Scott. Epic collection. Star wars legends. Rise of the Sith. Volume 1, [2015] (a collection of stories featuring Master Yoda, Qui-Gon Jinn, Obi-Wan Kenobi, the members of the Jedi Council, Mace Windu and other individual Jedi)
Star Wars website databank, July 29, 2016 (Jedi Order: A noble order of protectors unified by their ability to tap into the power of the Force, the Jedi Order [also known as Jedi knights] were the guardians of peace and justice in the Galactic Republic. The age of the Jedi would end, however, due to a nefarious plot by the Sith Lord Darth Sidious)
Wallace, Daniel. Star Wars Jedi path: a manual for students of the Force, 2011: p. 8, 11 (we Jedi ... Structure of the Jedi Order ... Jedi Ranks: Jedi Initiate, Jedi Padawan, Jedi Knight and Jedi Master)
Wikipedia, July 29, 2016: under Star Wars (Star Wars is an American epic space opera franchise, centered on a film series ... The seven films feature the Jedi, who adhere to the light side of the Force) under Jedi (The Jedi are the main protagonists in the fictional Star Wars universe. They are an ancient monastic, spiritual and academic meritocratic organization ... The Jedi Order mostly consists of polymaths: teachers, philosophers ... diplomats and warriors ... Their traditional weapon is the lightsaber ... As [Jedi Knight is] the most common rank, it is interchangeably referred to as "Jedi," "Jedi Knight" and "Master Jedi" (although the latter are honorifics used only by Younglings and Padawans when addressing Jedi Knights or above] ... [a Jedi Master is granted this rank most commonly after successfully training a Padawan to Knight status)