An interesting little story arc, notable for a number of reasons. It's the only backup story in the history of the title. It serves as a neat foreshadowing of a very similar moral struggle that Anakin must one day face. In the scheme of the overall Star Wars timeline it's the earliest story in the whole of the prequel era. It sports the first chronological appearance of Yoda in any medium, to date. It's also the first chronological appearance of Ki-Adi-Mundi, a Jedi who had a great deal of importance in early Star Wars prequel stories--not the least of which was a substantial period of time as Anakin Skywalker's master over a number of issues in which it seemed Obi-Wan had died. All told, it's a story that weighs in at slightly less than one full issue's length, but it's an interesting look at Jedi life before Naboo had sent Palpatine to the Senate.