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* NiceGuy: Qui-Gon was a laid-back, friendly AllLovingHero.


* {{Ambadassador}}: He and Obi-Wan are sent to negotiate with the Trade Federation at the start of ''The Phantom Menace''. He and Obi-Wan luckily have their lightsaber with him when the Federation prove themselves in no mood for negotiations.
* AscendedToAHigherPlaneOfExistence: According to Yoda at the end of ''Revenge of the Sith'', Qui-Gon managed to retain his consciousness and achieve immortality after his death. In ''The Clone Wars'', it's revealed he learned this from the Five Force Priestess.

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* {{Ambadassador}}: He and Obi-Wan are sent to negotiate with the Trade Federation at the start of ''The Phantom Menace''. He and Obi-Wan luckily have their lightsaber lightsabers with him them when the Federation prove themselves in no mood for negotiations.
* AscendedToAHigherPlaneOfExistence: According to Yoda at the end of ''Revenge of the Sith'', Qui-Gon managed to retain his consciousness and achieve immortality after his death. In ''The Clone Wars'', it's revealed he learned this from the Five Force Priestess.Priestesses.



** Qui-Gon tells Anakin about how one can learn the will of the Force by listening to the Midi-chlorians, while Palpatine tells him about how Darth Plagueis used the Midi-chlorians to impose ''his own'' will on the Force, to create life, and bring back others from death.
** Qui-Gon and Palpatine also both {{Immortality Seeker}}s, but while Palpatine seeks it by twisting the natural ways of the Force to remain physically immortal (as the Sith believe consciousness ceases after death and will do anything to avoid it), Qui-Gon actually achieves it by embracing them, allowing him to become one with the Cosmic Force.

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** Qui-Gon tells Anakin about how one can learn the will of the Force by listening to the Midi-chlorians, Midi-chlorians and this trait allows him to retain his identity after death, while Palpatine tells him about how Darth Plagueis used the Midi-chlorians to impose ''his own'' will on the Force, to create life, and bring back others from death.
** Qui-Gon and Palpatine also both {{Immortality Seeker}}s, but while Palpatine seeks it by twisting the natural ways of the Force to remain physically immortal (as the Sith believe [[CessationOfExistence consciousness ceases after death death]] and will do anything to avoid it), Qui-Gon actually achieves it by embracing them, allowing him to become one with the Cosmic Force.



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%%* * ImpaledWithExtremePrejudice: This is how The long, gruelling duel with Darth Maul kills him.takes its toll on Qui-Gon, allowing Maul to catch him off guard and mortally stab him in the gut.



* SacrificialLion: His death at Darth Maul's hands shocks the Jedi into realizing the Sith have returned.
* ScrewTheRulesImDoingWhatsRight: His tendency to do this has brought him at odds with the other Jedi, respected as he is. The most influential example by far is when he decides to have Anakin trained as a Jedi despite the Council explicitly telling him no, even attempting to train Anakin himself despite already having an apprentice and no Master can have more than one appreciate at a time.

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* SacrificialLion: His death at Darth Maul's hands shocks the Jedi into realizing the Sith have returned.
returned and dark days are on the horizon.
* ScrewTheRulesImDoingWhatsRight: His tendency to do this has brought him at odds with the other Jedi, respected as he is. The most influential example by far is when he decides to have Anakin trained as a Jedi despite the Council explicitly telling him no, even attempting to train Anakin himself despite already having Obi-Wan as an apprentice and no Master can have more than one appreciate at a time.


** Qui-Gon tells Anakin about how one can learn the will of the Force by listening to the Midi-chlorians, while Palpatine tells him about how Darth Plaguise used the Midi-chlorians to impose ''his own'' will on the Force, to create life, and bring back others from death.

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** Qui-Gon tells Anakin about how one can learn the will of the Force by listening to the Midi-chlorians, while Palpatine tells him about how Darth Plaguise Plagueis used the Midi-chlorians to impose ''his own'' will on the Force, to create life, and bring back others from death.

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* PassedOverPromotion: His CowboyCop antics prevent him from getting a seat on the Jedi Council.


* FeelingTheirAge: His age proves his downfall. Qui-Gon is in his sixties by the time of ''The Phantom Menace''. And combined with his use of the aggressive and exhaustive Form IV lightsaber style, he tires if a fight drags on too long. Which proves his undoing against Maul.
* ForWantOfANail: Qui-Gon can very much be considered the living nail in regards to the ultimate fate of the Republic, the Jedi Order, and the galaxy as a whole. While it is arguable to what extent his survival of the events of the film would have had on future events, it is a widely held belief among fandom that Qui-Gon Jinn, despite his maverick ways, would still have been a much better mentor and father figure to the Chosen One Anakin Skywalker than the reluctant, newly Knighted [[ByTheBookCop by-the-book Jedi]] Obi-Wan, and would have been much more likely to prevent Anakin from being manipulated by Darth Sidious and ultimately swayed to the Dark Side. Also, Count Dooku, Jinn's former master, would not have had the incentive to join the Confederacy conspiracy if Qui-Gon lived. Granted, Sidious would undoubtedly have found another figurehead for the CIS, but it is doubtful that he could have found one not only so charismatic and widely respected, but also so strong in the Force as Dooku was.

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* FeelingTheirAge: His age proves his downfall. Qui-Gon is in his sixties by the time of ''The Phantom Menace''. And combined Combined with his use of the aggressive and exhaustive Form IV lightsaber style, he tires if a fight drags on too long. Which long, which proves his undoing against Maul.
* ForWantOfANail: Qui-Gon can very much be considered the living nail in regards to the ultimate fate of the Republic, the Jedi Order, and the galaxy as a whole. While it is arguable to what extent his survival of the events of the film would have had on future events, it is a widely held belief among fandom that Qui-Gon Jinn, despite his maverick ways, would still have been a much better mentor and father figure to the Chosen One Anakin Skywalker than the reluctant, newly Knighted [[ByTheBookCop by-the-book Jedi]] Obi-Wan, and would have been much more likely to prevent Anakin from being manipulated by Darth Sidious and ultimately swayed to the Dark Side. Also, Count Dooku, Jinn's former master, would not have had the incentive to join the Confederacy conspiracy if Qui-Gon lived. Granted, Sidious would undoubtedly have found another figurehead for the CIS, but it is doubtful that he could have found one not only so charismatic and widely respected, but also so strong in the Force as Dooku was.
Maul.



* GoodCounterpart: Of Palpatine: while Qui-Gon is not above using the Force to cheat and manipulate others, he's not doing that for selfish reasons, and he refuses to do so when they recruit the Gungans, noting that the Gungans should decide for themselves whether they participate in a battle that could kill many. Palpatine, on the other hand, explicitly manipulates others into war with each other, and doesn't care in the slightest about how many innocents are killed until he gets what he wants. Qui-Gon tells Anakin about how by listening to the Midi-chlorians one can learn the will of the Force, while Palpatine tells him about how Darth Plaguise used the Midi-chlorians to impose ''his own'' will on the Force, to create life, and bring back others from death. They're also both {{Immortality Seeker}}s, but while Palpatine seeks it by twisting the natural ways of the Force to remain physically immortal (as the Sith believe consciousness ceases after death and will do anything to avoid it), Qui-Gon actually achieves it by embracing them, allowing him to become one with the Cosmic Force.

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* GoodCounterpart: Of Palpatine: while He's this to Palpatine, for a multitude of reasons:
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Qui-Gon is not above using the Force to cheat and manipulate others, he's not doing that he doesn't do it for selfish reasons, and he refuses to do so when they recruit the Gungans, noting that the Gungans should decide for themselves whether they participate in a battle that could kill many. Palpatine, on the other hand, explicitly manipulates others into war with each other, and doesn't care in the slightest about how many innocents are killed until he gets what he wants. wants.
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Qui-Gon tells Anakin about how by listening to the Midi-chlorians one can learn the will of the Force, Force by listening to the Midi-chlorians, while Palpatine tells him about how Darth Plaguise used the Midi-chlorians to impose ''his own'' will on the Force, to create life, and bring back others from death. They're death.
** Qui-Gon and Palpatine
also both {{Immortality Seeker}}s, but while Palpatine seeks it by twisting the natural ways of the Force to remain physically immortal (as the Sith believe consciousness ceases after death and will do anything to avoid it), Qui-Gon actually achieves it by embracing them, allowing him to become one with the Cosmic Force.



* JediMindTrick: He uses this on Boss Nass to save Jar Jar's life and get them a transport to Theed. He later tries (and fails) to do the same on Watto to haggle over a needed starship hyperdrive.

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* JediMindTrick: He uses this on Boss Nass to save Jar Jar's life and get them a transport to Theed. He later tries (and fails) tries, and fails, to do the same on Watto to haggle over a needed starship hyperdrive.



* OldMaster: In ''The Phantom Menace'', Qui-Gon is the first maverick master seen on-screen (chronologically), at odds with the Jedi Council but respected nonetheless. He trained Obi-Wan and was the person most accountable for introducing Anakin Skywalker to the way of the Jedi, [[HarsherInHindsight all things considered]].

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* OldMaster: In ''The Phantom Menace'', Qui-Gon is the first maverick master seen on-screen (chronologically), at odds with the Jedi Council but respected nonetheless. He trained Obi-Wan and was the person most accountable for introducing Anakin Skywalker to the way of the Jedi, [[HarsherInHindsight [[GoneHorriblyWrong all things considered]].



* UnintentionalBackupPlan: Qui-Gon's original plan is for Anakin to be trained as a Jedi and bring balance to the Force. This seems to fail when Anakin falls to the Dark Side. In ''Film/ReturnOfTheJedi'', however, Anakin does bring balance to the Force by destroying the last of the Sith (including himself).
* UnwittingInstigatorOfDoom: His determination to have Anakin trained as a Jedi spells doom for the Jedi Order and decades of conflict for the rest of the galaxy. It's not entirely his fault, though. If he'd lived to train Anakin on his own, it would have been more difficult for Palpatine to subtly manipulate Anakin towards the Dark Side, as Anakin would have been mentored by the master who was the closest thing to a father he had ever known and also knew what he was doing rather than a grieving and inexperienced Obi-Wan. Plus, Palpatine would most likely have concocted other ways to take over in any case.

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* UnintentionalBackupPlan: Qui-Gon's original plan is for Anakin to be trained as a Jedi and bring balance to the Force. This seems to fail when Anakin falls to the Dark Side.dark side. In ''Film/ReturnOfTheJedi'', however, Anakin does bring balance to the Force by destroying the last of the Sith (including himself).
* UnwittingInstigatorOfDoom: His determination to have Anakin trained as a Jedi spells doom for the Jedi Order and decades of conflict for the rest of the galaxy. It's not entirely his fault, though. If though; if he'd lived to train Anakin on his own, it would have been more difficult for Palpatine to subtly manipulate Anakin towards the Dark Side, dark side, as Anakin would have been mentored by the master who was the closest thing to a father he had ever known and also knew what he was doing rather than a grieving and inexperienced Obi-Wan. Plus, Palpatine would most likely have concocted other ways to take over in any case.Obi-Wan.


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* FatalFlaw: His age. Qui-Gon is in his sixties by the time of ''The Phantom Menace''. And combined with his use of the aggressive and exhaustive Form IV lightsaber style, he tires if a fight drags on too long. Which proves his undoing against Maul.

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* FatalFlaw: FeelingTheirAge: His age.age proves his downfall. Qui-Gon is in his sixties by the time of ''The Phantom Menace''. And combined with his use of the aggressive and exhaustive Form IV lightsaber style, he tires if a fight drags on too long. Which proves his undoing against Maul.


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->'''Appearances:''' ''[[Literature/StarWarsMasterAndApprentice Master and Apprentice]]'' | Marvel's ''[[ComicBook/MarvelStarWars2015 Star Wars]]'' | ''[[ComicBook/StarWarsAgeOfRepublic Age of Republic]]'' | ''Film/ThePhantomMenace'' | ''Film/AttackOfTheClones''[[note]]voice cameo only[[/note]] | ''[[WesternAnimation/StarWarsTheCloneWars The Clone Wars]]'' | ''Literature/FromACertainPointOfView''

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->'''Appearances:''' ''[[AudioPlay/StarWarsDookuJediLost Dooku: Jedi Lost]]'' | ''[[Literature/StarWarsMasterAndApprentice Master and Apprentice]]'' | Marvel's ''[[ComicBook/MarvelStarWars2015 Star Wars]]'' | ''[[ComicBook/StarWarsAgeOfRepublic Age of Republic]]'' | ''Film/ThePhantomMenace'' | ''Film/AttackOfTheClones''[[note]]voice cameo only[[/note]] | ''[[WesternAnimation/StarWarsTheCloneWars The Clone Wars]]'' | ''Literature/FromACertainPointOfView''


* BadassBeard: A quite full chin-strap and moustache.

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* BadassBeard: A He has a quite full chin-strap and moustache.



* ImpaledWithExtremePrejudice: How Darth Maul kills him.
* JediMindTrick: Uses this on Boss Nass to save Jar Jar's life and get them a transport to Theed. Later tries (and fails) to do the same on Watto to haggle over a needed starship hyperdrive.

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* %%* ImpaledWithExtremePrejudice: How This is how Darth Maul kills him.
* JediMindTrick: Uses He uses this on Boss Nass to save Jar Jar's life and get them a transport to Theed. Later He later tries (and fails) to do the same on Watto to haggle over a needed starship hyperdrive.


* TheCassandra: His belief that the Sith have returned and that Anakin is TheChosenOne are initially dismissed by the Jedi Council, but [[CassandraTruth turn out to be true]].

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* TheCassandra: His belief that the Sith have returned and that Anakin is TheChosenOne are initially dismissed by the Jedi Council, but [[CassandraTruth turn out to be true]].true.]]



* CowboyCop: The Jedi are galactic peacekeepers, and in addition to needing to adhere to their own rules and codes, they also need to maintain a projection of trust to others (particularly the Republic Senate). Qui-Gon ''just doesn't care'' about things like that. While he's a very gentle and kind man, he does whatever he wants to if he feels it's right and is rather infamous for routinely disobeying orders. Despite being one of the greatest masters, it's this trait that prevented him from earning a seat on the Council, which he again doesn't seem too broken up about.

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* CowboyCop: The Jedi are galactic peacekeepers, and peacekeepers and, in addition to needing to adhere to their own rules and codes, they also need to maintain a projection of trust to others (particularly the Republic Senate). Qui-Gon ''just doesn't care'' about things like that. While he's a very gentle and kind man, he does whatever he wants to if he feels it's right and is rather infamous for routinely disobeying orders. Despite being one of the greatest masters, it's this trait that prevented him from earning a seat on the Council, which he again doesn't seem too broken up about.


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* MentorArchetype: To Obi-Wan and Anakin during ''The Phantom Menace''. He becomes the one who teaches Yoda the way of retaining one's identity upon death, and manifesting as a Force-Ghost.

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* MentorArchetype: To Obi-Wan and Anakin during ''The Phantom Menace''. He becomes the one who teaches Yoda the way of retaining one's identity upon death, and manifesting as a Force-Ghost.Force spirit.



* TheVoice: Since he hadn't completed his training to become a Force ghost when he died, this is the only way he can manifest in most places. He can appear as a cloud of glowing lights in places strong with the Force like Dagobah, but he can only do the proper Force ghost manifestation in vergences like Mortis and the Wellspring of Light.

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* TheVoice: Since he hadn't completed his training to become a Force ghost spirit when he died, this is the only way he can manifest in most places. He can appear as a cloud of glowing lights in places strong with the Force like Dagobah, but he can only do the proper Force ghost spirit manifestation in vergences like Mortis and the Wellspring of Light.


->'''Appearances:''' ''[[Literature/StarWarsMasterAndApprentice Master and Apprentice]]'' | Marvel's ''[[ComicBook/MarvelStarWars2015 Star Wars]]'' | ''[[ComicBook/StarWarsAgeOfRepublic Age of Republic]]'' | ''Film/ThePhantomMenace'' | ''Film/AttackOfTheClones''[[note]]voice cameo only[[/note]] | ''[[WesternAnimation/StarWarsTheCloneWars The Clone Wars]]''

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->'''Appearances:''' ''[[Literature/StarWarsMasterAndApprentice Master and Apprentice]]'' | Marvel's ''[[ComicBook/MarvelStarWars2015 Star Wars]]'' | ''[[ComicBook/StarWarsAgeOfRepublic Age of Republic]]'' | ''Film/ThePhantomMenace'' | ''Film/AttackOfTheClones''[[note]]voice cameo only[[/note]] | ''[[WesternAnimation/StarWarsTheCloneWars The Clone Wars]]''
Wars]]'' | ''Literature/FromACertainPointOfView''



* SpiritAdvisor: To Obi-Wan and Anakin during the Mortis arc. Later to Yoda as well, leading him on a journey to increase his understanding of the Force and the secrets of immortality.

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* SpiritAdvisor: To Obi-Wan and Anakin during the Mortis arc. Later to Yoda as well, leading him on a journey to increase his understanding of the Force and the secrets of immortality. During Obi-Wan's exile on Tatooine, Qui-Gon continued to guide him and taught him how to join the Living Force after death.



* TheVoice: Since he hadn't completed his training to become a Force ghost when he died, this is the only way he can manifest in most places. He can appear as a cloud of glowing lights in places strong with the Force like Dagobah, but he can only do the proper Force ghost manifestation in vergences like Mortis and the Wellspring of Light.

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* TheVoice: Since he hadn't completed his training to become a Force ghost when he died, this is the only way he can manifest in most places. He can appear as a cloud of glowing lights in places strong with the Force like Dagobah, but he can only do the proper Force ghost manifestation in vergences like Mortis and the Wellspring of Light.Light.
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* ForWantOfANail: Qui-Gon can very much be considered the living nail in regards to the ultimate fate of the Republic, the Jedi Order, and the galaxy as a whole. While it is arguable to what extent his survival of the events of the film would have had on future events, it is a widely held belief among fandom that Qui-Gon Jinn, despite his maverick ways, would still have been a much better mentor and father figure to the Chosen One Anakin Skywalker than the reluctant, newly Knighted Obi-Wan, and would have been much more likely to prevent Anakin from being manipulated by Darth Sidious and ultimately swayed to the Dark Side. Also, Count Dooku, his old master, would not have had the incentive to join the Confederacy conspiracy if Qui-Gon lived. Granted, Sidious would undoubtedly have found another figurehead for the CIS, but it is doubtful that he could have found one not only so charismatic and widely respected, but also so strong in the Force.

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* ForWantOfANail: Qui-Gon can very much be considered the living nail in regards to the ultimate fate of the Republic, the Jedi Order, and the galaxy as a whole. While it is arguable to what extent his survival of the events of the film would have had on future events, it is a widely held belief among fandom that Qui-Gon Jinn, despite his maverick ways, would still have been a much better mentor and father figure to the Chosen One Anakin Skywalker than the reluctant, newly Knighted [[ByTheBookCop by-the-book Jedi]] Obi-Wan, and would have been much more likely to prevent Anakin from being manipulated by Darth Sidious and ultimately swayed to the Dark Side. Also, Count Dooku, his old Jinn's former master, would not have had the incentive to join the Confederacy conspiracy if Qui-Gon lived. Granted, Sidious would undoubtedly have found another figurehead for the CIS, but it is doubtful that he could have found one not only so charismatic and widely respected, but also so strong in the Force.Force as Dooku was.



* GoodCounterpart: Of Palpatine: while Qui-Gon is not above using the Force to cheat and manipulate others, he's not doing that for selfish reasons, and he refuses to do so when they recruit the Gungans, noting that the Gungans should decide for themselves whether they participate in a battle that could kill many. Palpatine, on the other hand, explicitly manipulates others into war with each other, and doesn't care in the slightest about how many innocents are killed until he gets what he wants. Qui-Gon tells Anakin about how by listening to the Midi-chlorians one can learn the will of the Force, while Palpatine tells him about how Darth Plaguise used the Midi-chlorians to impose ''his own'' will on the Force, to create life, and bring back others from death. They're also both {{Immortality Seeker}}s, but while Palpatine seeks it by twisting the natural ways of the Force, Qui-Gon actually achieves it by embracing them.

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* GoodCounterpart: Of Palpatine: while Qui-Gon is not above using the Force to cheat and manipulate others, he's not doing that for selfish reasons, and he refuses to do so when they recruit the Gungans, noting that the Gungans should decide for themselves whether they participate in a battle that could kill many. Palpatine, on the other hand, explicitly manipulates others into war with each other, and doesn't care in the slightest about how many innocents are killed until he gets what he wants. Qui-Gon tells Anakin about how by listening to the Midi-chlorians one can learn the will of the Force, while Palpatine tells him about how Darth Plaguise used the Midi-chlorians to impose ''his own'' will on the Force, to create life, and bring back others from death. They're also both {{Immortality Seeker}}s, but while Palpatine seeks it by twisting the natural ways of the Force, Force to remain physically immortal (as the Sith believe consciousness ceases after death and will do anything to avoid it), Qui-Gon actually achieves it by embracing them.them, allowing him to become one with the Cosmic Force.



* MaybeMagicMaybeMundane: His first appearance as a spirit adviser on Mortis was ambiguous enough that Obi-Wan and Anakin wrote it off as a hallucination of some sort (that Mortis was an EldritchLocation helped). His second appearance as one to Yoda in ''The Clone Wars'' erases that ambiguity.
* MeditationPowerUp: Does so during one of the gaps in his fight with Darth Maul, thanks to some opportunely closed laser shields. Unfortunately for Qui-Gon, it doesn't help him.

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* MaybeMagicMaybeMundane: His first appearance as a spirit adviser on Mortis was ambiguous enough that Obi-Wan and Anakin wrote it off as a hallucination of some sort (that (the fact that Mortis was an EldritchLocation helped). His second appearance as one to Yoda in ''The Clone Wars'' erases that ambiguity.
* MeditationPowerUp: Does so during one of the gaps in his fight with Darth Maul, thanks to some opportunely closed laser shields. Unfortunately for Qui-Gon, it doesn't help him.him much.


* {{Ambadassador}}: He and Obi-Wan are sent to negotiate with the Trade Federation at the start of ''The Phantom Menace''. He luckily has his lightsaber with him when the Federation prove themselves in no mood for negotiations.

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* {{Ambadassador}}: He and Obi-Wan are sent to negotiate with the Trade Federation at the start of ''The Phantom Menace''. He and Obi-Wan luckily has his have their lightsaber with him when the Federation prove themselves in no mood for negotiations.



* FatalFlaw: His age. Qui-Gon is in his sixties by the time of ''The Phantom Menace''. And combined with his use of the aggressive Form IV lightsaber style, he tires if a fight drags on too long. Which proves his undoing against Maul.

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* FatalFlaw: His age. Qui-Gon is in his sixties by the time of ''The Phantom Menace''. And combined with his use of the aggressive and exhaustive Form IV lightsaber style, he tires if a fight drags on too long. Which proves his undoing against Maul.



* MaybeMagicMaybeMundane: His first appearance as a spirit adviser on Mortis was ambiguous enough that Obi-Wan wrote it off as a hallucination of some sort (that Mortis was an EldritchLocation helped). His second appearance as one to Yoda in ''The Clone Wars'' erases that ambiguity.
* MeditationPowerUp: Does so during one of the gaps in his fight with Darth Maul, thanks to some opportunely closed laser shields.

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* MaybeMagicMaybeMundane: His first appearance as a spirit adviser on Mortis was ambiguous enough that Obi-Wan and Anakin wrote it off as a hallucination of some sort (that Mortis was an EldritchLocation helped). His second appearance as one to Yoda in ''The Clone Wars'' erases that ambiguity.
* MeditationPowerUp: Does so during one of the gaps in his fight with Darth Maul, thanks to some opportunely closed laser shields. Unfortunately for Qui-Gon, it doesn't help him.



* ScrewTheRulesImDoingWhatsRight: His tendency to do this has brought him at odds with the other Jedi, respected as he is. The most influential example by far is when he decides to have Anakin trained as a Jedi despite the Council explicitly telling him no.

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* ScrewTheRulesImDoingWhatsRight: His tendency to do this has brought him at odds with the other Jedi, respected as he is. The most influential example by far is when he decides to have Anakin trained as a Jedi despite the Council explicitly telling him no.no, even attempting to train Anakin himself despite already having an apprentice and no Master can have more than one appreciate at a time.

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