Jin goes through much more than most similar characters in this sort of story. Yes he transforms from the more conservative Samurai to a more resourceful albeit morally questionable assassin, but he also saves his fellow citizens in the process. He rescues his uncle and defeats countless Mongols, but pays a huge price for it in the end.
At that point, the concepts of right and wrong are interpretative. Jin realizes this, puts his pride aside, and ultimately makes his own decisions so he can achieve the goal of saving his home. While Jin still maintains the calmness and mastery over his emotions that he was taught as a child, he also now knows what that strictness can lead to if not occasionally influenced by a changing reality.
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