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Yup completed training, however completed training does NOT equal being a jedi knight. You still got the trials to go through,. And what exactly does "completed training" mean, does it mean that she has mastered the very basics in understanding the force? What part of her training was complete. This is just one o those examples of people triyngto create continuity errors were tehre are none to further hate on the clone wars. IF you are going to hate something, hate it for good reasons. Like hate me because i talk in paragraphs, and dont know how to use a shift key [[User:Ralok|ralok]] 01:39, September 25, 2010 (UTC)
 
Yup completed training, however completed training does NOT equal being a jedi knight. You still got the trials to go through,. And what exactly does "completed training" mean, does it mean that she has mastered the very basics in understanding the force? What part of her training was complete. This is just one o those examples of people triyngto create continuity errors were tehre are none to further hate on the clone wars. IF you are going to hate something, hate it for good reasons. Like hate me because i talk in paragraphs, and dont know how to use a shift key [[User:Ralok|ralok]] 01:39, September 25, 2010 (UTC)
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It's a similar situation to what Qui-Gon Jinn said to the council about Obi-Wan. "There is little more he can learn from me". With that in mind, we can just assume that Barriss Offee has just learned all she can from Luminara, the reasoning behind why she says that her training is complete perhaps? That's how I review the situation. Masters can believe that they successfully trained a padawan, however they must go through the trial process, for the council to allow a padawan to be knighted. --[[User:JimminyTi|JimminyTi]] 21:08, October 5, 2010 (UTC)
   
 
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Death

Barriss Offee was blasted on Felucia? I don't recall seeing her with Aayla Secura and Commander Bly. Was that in the novelization? --SparqMan 11:49, 6 Jun 2005 (UTC)

It's in my brother's comic (which contains many deleted scenes) so it's probably official. It also has other scenes that were described in the online screenplay but didn't make it into film (such as Vos) --Fade 12:09, 6 Jun 2005 (UTC)

  • Which comic is it? The ROTS one? Interesting that Offee stayed on Felucia after being rescued by Bly and Secura. --SparqMan 12:53, 6 Jun 2005 (UTC)
    • [[1]]; that's the cover [[2]]; that's the panel. She doesn't appear to have those odd tattoo things, though, but the clothes seem to indicate it's her. (Dodgy webcam quality, I know) --Fade 13:05, 6 Jun 2005 (UTC)
    • It's Offee, we see a similar scene in Reversal of Fortune. She stayed on the planet to help prevent Shu Mai's scheme to commit genocide on Felucia. Tam 18:54, 21 Jul 2005 (UTC)
  • Hm. In the movie, someone is blasted by an AT-TE (I don't recall who, may have been Offee), but it wasn't on Felucia. I think that was just that panel below the Secura one. --SparqMan 14:19, 6 Jun 2005 (UTC)
  • I don't remember anyone wiped out by an AT-TE in the movie, only Aayla, Mundi, Koon, Zett and a bunch of other nameless Jedi dying. There are TE's in the background in the Aayla scene, though --Fade 14:27, 6 Jun 2005 (UTC)
  • Prolly Obi-Wan, who gets blasted by Cody's AT-TE. Tam 18:54, 21 Jul 2005 (UTC)

DVD? Oh, there are 2 different death scenes of barris. One is in Reversal of Fortune, the other in Star Wars episode 3. Wich one is canon?--wattamb2000

    • It's the same death scene. They're both canon. And stop asking these inane, rubbish questions. QuentinGeorge 12:57, 27 Aug 2005 (UTC)
  • Found it out, Reversal osf Fortune is Canon, found it out on the battle of felucia article--wattamb2000
  • what if she survived? i mean... quinlan vos survived, and he was shot by an AT too!

and barriss was a great healer so she maybe even used those healing skills to prevent her death?

  • i seriously doubt that Barriss survived, as it was shown in the star wars ROTS dictionary that she did die with Aayla on Felucia...i believe that is what u would call canon.... - Master Sage

how do we know that it's canon? and in the image of her death scene in the comic it looks like she jumped Unsigned comment by 66.25.156.236 (talk • contribs).

  • If it's a licensed Star Wars source (which yes, it is), it's canon. Additionally, other sources have confirmed her death. CC7567 (talk) 18:51, April 15, 2010 (UTC) let me ask you two things, do you like her character? how do you know that it's licensed? TELL ME THE TRUTH

so many questions so little answers Unsigned comment by 66.25.156.236 (talk • contribs).

BirthDate

Where does this birthdate come from? It makes her younger than Anakin, which I don't believe is the case. Is it from The Approaching Storm or the Medstar Duology? QuentinGeorge 23:23, 27 Aug 2005 (UTC)

Sloppy continuity

  • After traversing through all four Visual Dictionaries, I've found some rather sloppy continuity: namely, the fact that the Mirial Barriss Offee is identified as having Chalactan tatoos on her face (I've added this to the front page). What gives? Is Chalacta a religion now? Cutch 05:21, 27 March 2006 (UTC)
    • Nope...it's just as you said - sloppy continuity. QuentinGeorge 05:23, 27 March 2006 (UTC)
      • ... and we have to deal with it, or retcon it, or whatever. Cutch 05:28, 27 March 2006 (UTC)

Lightsaber style

OK it says she is a master of Form III. But in her main picture you can see her in stance of form IX with the horizontal lightsaber. can we find another pic or change the info? JediLibrarian66 21:02, 1 August 2006 (UTC)

  • According to the ROTS Visual Dictionary, that stance she is using in the picture is called Kai-kan. The MedStar Duology specifically names her as a Form III practitioner. StarNeptuneTalk to me! 00:08, 2 August 2006 (UTC)

knighting

wasnt she promoted to Jedi knight in Clone Wars. I'm reading Medstar now, but i thought she was a knight by that time... Darth Trayus(Trayus Academy) Sith Emblem 17:22, 24 April 2007 (UTC)

Slightly unorthodox view of the force

Should the article mention Barriss' seemingly unorthodox view of the Force? In Jedi Healer, Barriss says that "light side" and "dark side" are only words, and that the force itself is neither good nor evil. This point of view seems very similar to the Potentium and "Gray" views of the force and seems unorthodox compared to the traditional Jedi view. Her view of the force seems much closer to the potentium and gray jedi views than the traditional view. Additionally, Barriss said that power alone doesn't corrupt, but instead fuels the corruption the already exists in a person, an idea that seems very similar the potentium view that light and dark sides resided in the individual, not the Force itself. Is Barriss somewhat unorthodox view worth mentioning in the article? 141.154.188.192 23:18, 7 May 2007 (UTC)

Various continuity

The current article states that "Barriss remained in partnership with her former Master until the end of the Clone Wars", which we know isn't true. The official Databank says that "Offee and Unduli often operated separately during [the Clone Wars], such as when Unduli was stationed on Kashyyyk and Offee on Felucia. I am not a splendid editor myself, which is why someone else should correct this as soon as possible.

Also, why is there no reference to her being stationed on New Holstice (as shown in Clone Wars Volume 3: Last Stand on Jabiim), serving as a healer? Someone please add this to the article. ~~grobiano~~

dudes

i think she was cool!!!and ahh..she died and i was thinking she was one step closer to be ranked a Jedi master (well to me because she was a gifted padawan to her master) and yet she must be her good student a sister daughter figure to her-Boba fett 32 03:48, 22 August 2008 (UTC)

The Clone Wars

I know that she was mentioned to be on Geonosis during the clone wars in Cloak of Darkness, but is there any source that she appears in season Two? Cad Bane Owns 19:25, October 10, 2009 (UTC)User: Cad Bane Owns

No powers and abilities or personality and traits

The writers have done no proper description of Barriss' powers and abilities or her personality and traits. They've mentioned some stuff about these things here and there in the biography but they haven't put a section on her personality or her abilities. Unsigned comment by 87.112.23.125 (talk • contribs).

  • Then you're welcome to make an account yourself and edit it if you think you can do a better job. CC7567 (talk) 23:39, November 5, 2009 (UTC)

Knighthood

was she a padawan when she teamed up with Ahsoka or a knight. I know that Luminara called her her padawan. but that could just be from where she was her padawan. obi-wan stilled called anakin his padawan from time to time after his knight hood

  • Padawan, according to the episode guide. We can assume that MedStar (which shows her becoming a knight) takes place after this episode. Also, please sign your posts with four tildes. (~) Zakor1138 23:48, November 11, 2009 (UTC)

Conflict?

Just what is the conflict between Chapter 14 and The Clone Wars? Zakor1138 23:50, November 11, 2009 (UTC)

  • There are timeline discontinuities between the two series'. Minxy 20:33, November 14, 2009 (UTC)
    • Really? Was it stated in Chapter 14 that Barris became a knight? Just cause Luminara said "your training is complete" doesn't mean that she is knighted. It could mean that her lightsaber training is complete. Zakor1138 20:10, November 15, 2009 (UTC)
  • Barriss was still a Padawan in MedStar, which is still almost universally accepted as taking place well after the events in Chapter 14 or the TCW episodes. She is still a Padawan. Taral, Dark Lord of the Sith -Just shy, not antisocial: You can talk to me!- 18:27, November 20, 2009 (UTC)
    • In other words, "There is no conflict!" MauserComlink 12:17, November 21, 2009 (UTC)
      • Wait a minute… the Star Wars Miniatures Ultimate Missions: Clone Strike book confirms that Luminara's statement, "Your training is complete." did, in fact, refer to her Jedi training. Quote from page 76: "But as fate would have it, Jedi Master Luminara Unduli has brought her Padawan Barriss Offee to Ilum to complete her training. As Luminara recites the Litany of the Lightsaber to her Padawan, Barriss Offee uses the Force to assemble her lightsaber. With a characteristic snap-hiss, she activates the lightsaber she has built, and her training as a Jedi is complete." (emphasis added) —Master Jonathan New Jedi Order (Jedi Council Chambers) 16:25, July 18, 2010 (UTC)

Yup completed training, however completed training does NOT equal being a jedi knight. You still got the trials to go through,. And what exactly does "completed training" mean, does it mean that she has mastered the very basics in understanding the force? What part of her training was complete. This is just one o those examples of people triyngto create continuity errors were tehre are none to further hate on the clone wars. IF you are going to hate something, hate it for good reasons. Like hate me because i talk in paragraphs, and dont know how to use a shift key ralok 01:39, September 25, 2010 (UTC)

It's a similar situation to what Qui-Gon Jinn said to the council about Obi-Wan. "There is little more he can learn from me". With that in mind, we can just assume that Barriss Offee has just learned all she can from Luminara, the reasoning behind why she says that her training is complete perhaps? That's how I review the situation. Masters can believe that they successfully trained a padawan, however they must go through the trial process, for the council to allow a padawan to be knighted. --JimminyTi 21:08, October 5, 2010 (UTC)

Flip-Flopped Articles?

In the article,it puts Bariss becoming a Knight on Ilumm in between the first and second battles of Geinosis. In the Clone Wars series however,she is shown as a padawan in the second battle of Geinosis. Should the articles be switched or left like they are? Unsigned comment by 66.194.108.2 (talk • contribs).

When you put it that way,I have to agree.

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