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The Jedi High Council
The governing body of the Jedi Order, the Jedi High Council consists of twelve of the wisest and most powerful Jedi Masters in the Order. Seated in the Council Chambers in the High Council Tower of the Jedi Temple, the council swears allegiance to the Galactic Senate.

    Yoda 

Grand Master Yoda

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"Wars not make one great!"

Portrayed by: Frank Oz (films, Rebels)
Voiced by: Tom Kane (The Clone Wars)
Voiced in French by: Serge Lhorca (The Empire Strikes Back, Return of the Jedi), Jean Lescot (Prequel Trilogy, The Clone Wars), Denis Boileau (second voice in The Clone Wars)

The Grand Master of the Jedi Order. Often underestimated for his size, this diminutive creature of unknown origin is among the wisest and most powerful of Force-users, and has spent over 800 years training countless Jedi, including Luke Skywalker.
  • Ace Custom: During the Clone Wars, he pilots a unique looking Jedi Interceptor that has his personal crest painted on one of the wings. It's even playable in Star Wars Battlefront II (2017)!
  • Actually, Him I Am: When Luke is looking for Yoda in The Empire Strikes Back, he appears to him as a mischievous swamp creature who claims to know Yoda, then proceeds to waste Luke's time in looking for him in order to test his patience.
  • Adventure Rebuff: Yoda initially declines Obi-Wan's insistence that Luke be trained as a Jedi, claiming that Luke was too old to begin Jedi training.
  • Ambadassador: He went on a diplomatic mission in "Ambush" to convince King Katuunko of Toydaria to aid the Republic, during which he was forced to take on a battalion of droids with only three clones to help him.
  • Attack! Attack! Attack!: Given his status as a serene, enlightened Old Master, his style in combat is surprisingly aggressive. It is also a canon attribute: His Form IV: Ataru fighting style is dubbed "The Aggression Form", and considered to be one of the two most aggressive lightsaber combat forms ever developed by the Order.
  • Attack Reflector: He's capable of catching Force lightning with his bare hands, and in the case of Dooku's, even throw it right back at him. Despite Ataru's weaknesses to blaster fire and multiple opponents, Yoda's mastery of the form was such that he was able to defeat multiple blaster orientated opponents, and can deflect their bolts as well as any other Jedi.
  • Authority Equals Asskicking: He is the de facto leader of the Jedi Order and the most powerful Jedi of his time.
  • Badass Grandpa: Yoda is 878 (taking into consideration that A New Hope takes place 19 years after Revenge of the Sith and that he's stated to be 900 in Return of the Jedi, 3 years after A New Hope) and nearing the end of his species' natural lifespan, but can still go toe-to-toe with the likes of Count Dooku and Emperor Palpatine. Even twenty years later, Yoda retains enough power to easily lift an almost-completely submerged X-Wing from a swamp.
  • Barefoot Cartoon Alien/Barefoot Sage: Wear shoes, he does not.
  • Benevolent Boss: Yoda is always friendly and understanding with his charges, although he is initially reluctant to accept Qui-Gon's insistence that Anakin become a Jedi.
  • Beware the Nice Ones: When facing Count Dooku in Attack of the Clones, Yoda proves that behind the demeanor of a grandfatherly Jedi Master is a ridiculously skilled swordsman, ready and willing to give the Count the fight of his life. In Revenge of the Sith, Yoda proves this even further, decapitating two troopers with a single blow.
  • Big Good: Serves as this in the original and prequel trilogies, being the leader of intergalactic peacekeepers.
  • The Cameo: Yoda, as voiced by Frank Oz, is heard in The Force Awakens during Rey's Force vision.
  • Character Death: He dies in the first half of Return of the Jedi due to his old age.
  • Combat Parkour: Oh yes. Yoda's lightsaber form, Form IV: Ataru, is noted to comprise of nothing but acrobatics. It utilizes the force to enable a ridiculous level of agility, allowing the user to employ somersaults, leaps, cartwheels and spins in every strike. Just look at his duels with Dooku and Sidious.
  • Crouching Moron, Hidden Badass: Despite his senile behavior in his initial encounter with Luke, Yoda soon reveals himself as an incredibly wise and powerful Jedi.
  • Curb-Stomp Battle: Unless you're a high level Jedi, facing Yoda ends in this.
  • Deadpan Snarker: Not even Master Yoda is above a little snark now and then.
    Obi-Wan: So, how was my funeral?
    Yoda: A better performance than you, your corpse gave.
  • Doting Parent: To every warrior in the Jedi Order, younglings in particular... when not giving them Training from Hell, that is.
  • Eccentric Mentor: Has a funny way of speaking, but still very capable and wise, he is.
  • Elderly Immortal: He's 900, although he does look like it.
    Yoda: [indignantly] When nine hundred years you reach, look as good you will not, hmm?
  • Emerald Power: Yoda, who is green skinned, with a green lightsaber no less, is one of the strongest Jedi there is.
  • Enemy Without: One of his trials in "Destiny" involves him facing his own inner darkness, which takes the form of a shadowy, demonic version of himself with Glowing Eyes of Doom.
  • Evolutionary Ret Con: An inversion occurred with the prequels. When he first appeared in The Empire Strikes Back, Yoda was created with puppets. In Attack of the Clones, Yoda was created using 100% CGI, and in the George Lucas Altered Version of The Phantom Menace, the puppet was replaced with CGI.
  • The Exile: Like Obi-Wan, he hides from The Empire on the swamp planet of Dagobah.
  • Exposition of Immortality: Yoda already looks like he's seen his fair share of years; walking stick, not much hair, crotchety old man. And clearly, he's been around for a while if he was the Jedi Master who trained Obi-Wan Kenobi, himself no spring chicken by A New Hope. Nevertheless, a sense of his true age is held back until he turns around and says:
    Yoda: What know you of ready? For eight hundred years have I trained Jedi. My own counsel will I keep on who is to be trained.
  • Expressive Ears: His mood can be easily read from them.
  • A Father to His Men: He encourages the clones to develop self identity.
  • Flanderization: The Prequel Trilogy and especially The Clone Wars exaggerate how often he uses his iconic syntax, whereas in the Original Trilogy, he would occasionally speak in the typical grammatical order.
  • Friend to All Children: He personally trains Jedi younglings who have no masters of their own, and encourages the kind of wisdom only someone as pure as a child can have.
  • Good Counterpart: By Word of God, Yoda embodies the Light Side of the Force as much as Darth Sidious represents the Dark Side.
  • Good Is Not Soft: Yoda puts Luke through Training from Hell to perform inhuman feats of strength, dexterity and stamina as part of his Jedi training. The implication, however, is that Luke is being forced to rely on the Force; Yoda is making him perform superhuman feats that, as a human, he is not capable of performing, but as a Jedi, with the Force flowing through him, he is.
  • Greater-Scope Paragon: Yoda becomes this during the original trilogy, being a very old, very wise, and very powerful Jedi Master, who nevertheless serves only to train Luke to go on to fight Darth Vader and the Emperor. The prequels made attempts to address why this is the case, though how well they succeeded is a matter for debate.
  • Hermit Guru: In the original trilogy, he lives in the swamps of the remote planet Dagobah where he trains Luke.
  • Immortality Seeker: After being contacted by Qui-Gon Jinn in "Voices", Yoda begins a quest to discover how to keep his identity after becoming one with the Force after death, culminating in his trials under the Five Priestesses in "Destiny" and his rejection of the Sith Lords in "Sacrifice".
  • Incorruptible Pure Pureness:
    • While there are several examples of Good Is Not Soft among Jedi, and Yoda himself can be a good example, he appears to be the one who most firmly stays away from the Dark Side. This is also subverted, as "Destiny" shows that he isn't entirely incorruptible, as the trial of hubris had him confronting his own inner darkness, born from "spending [his] days in the decadence of war", and then Double Subverted in that he overcomes his own hubris by acknowledging that he does have a Dark Side and then rejecting it.
    • Subverted when he admits to Ezra that he was consumed by fear during the Clone Wars, and that the Jedi Order itself was corrupted by the war.
    • It's implied in Revenge of the Sith that Yoda's overpowering of Sidious at the end of their battle came from him briefly tapping into the Dark Side. His self imposed exile was an attempt to avoid falling into it again by avoiding open conflict with the Sith.
  • Inexplicably Awesome: He's just a short, green, centuries-old alien who is quite possibly the most powerful Jedi alive. How he got that way is officially the one Noodle Incident the Expanded Universe will never touch.
  • Lack of Empathy: Yoda can often be rather unsympathetic when his students struggle to follow the Jedi way. For example, when Anakin states that the life of someone important to him is at risk, he simply responds that he shouldn't mourn or miss them, and should rejoice that the person is now one with the Force. This comes back hard on Yoda once Order 66 kicks in — he's clearly pained by the deaths of all of his students.
  • Large Ham: In The Empire Strikes Back, during his "crazy local creature" act. Also yells louder than Mel Gibson in Braveheart whenever he's engaged in combat.
  • Laser Blade: Wields a green-bladed lightsaber, which has a shorter length than a normal lightsaber due to his height.
  • Last of His Kind: He is the last known Jedi before Luke comes to him to complete his training.
  • A Lesson In Defeat: Yoda sends Luke into the cave to experience the Dark Side of the Force. When he thinks he kills Vader, the mask explodes and reveals Luke's own face, showing that he could give into the Dark Side himself. An alternative interpretation of the scene, supported by the radio adaption of Empire, is that Yoda is showing Luke what is holding him back, namely himself and his own attitudes.
  • Little Green Men: His species is green and stands at two feet tall. Darth Sidious even calls him "my little green friend".
  • Living Legend: In the Original Trilogy, everybody refers to Yoda as if he were the one invincible, unmatchable Jedi. However, although he was the most famous Jedi in the galaxy and his death was never confirmed, not twenty years later there's not a single record of what Yoda looked like for Luke to consult. Justified, because the Empire has been systematically destroying records about the Jedi.
  • Master-Apprentice Chain: He trained Count Dooku, one of the villains of the prequel trilogy, who in turn trained Qui-Gon, then Obi-Wan, and finally Anakin in the films. On his deathbed, Yoda entrusts Luke with passing down what he has learned from Obi-Wan and him.
  • Master Swordsman: As shown in Attack of the Clones and Revenge of the Sith. He managed to defeat Count Dooku in the former, and matched Darth Sidious' swordplay in the latter, only losing when the Emperor began attacking with the Force.
  • Meaningful Name: Yoda means "warrior" in Sanskrit, though we don't see him live up to his namesake until Attack of the Clones. It also means "one who knows" in Hebrew.
  • Mentor Archetype: He is a mentor to the Jedi Order in the prequels, but more specifically, he was once Dooku's Jedi Master, and trains Luke in The Empire Strikes Back.
  • Mentor Mascot: One of the most recognizable symbols of the series, he is, and he's a mentor to boot.
  • Mentor Occupational Hazard: Yoda passes away in Return of the Jedi, although it's due to old age rather than being killed.
  • Miniature Senior Citizen: He's 900 years old, and barely reaches to knee level of most characters. Justified, since he's an alien.
  • My God, What Have I Done?: While he doesn't utter the phrase, his expression just screams that he's blaming himself when Ahsoka refuses to return to the Order, which is revisited in "Destiny". In the same scene, he is shown to react this way whenever he feels he's steered the Jedi wrong.
  • My Greatest Failure: His failure to defeat the Emperor in Revenge of the Sith is what spurs him to go into exile and train Luke to finish the job for him.
  • Mysterious Past: Nothing solid is given about his background, not even the name of his species, only one other member of which is known in the films.
  • Ninja Pirate Zombie Robot: Yoda is a wizard/alien/old master.
  • No Body Left Behind: His body disappears when he dies, leaving behind an empty bed.
  • No Name Given: Not Yoda, but his species. Their Wookieepedia article calls them "Yoda's Species".
  • Noodle Incident: According to Huyang, how he got the crystal for his lightsaber is a very interesting story.
  • No-Sell: Dooku's Sith lightning does not work against him; even Palpatine's fails to kill him with a direct hit.
  • Obfuscating Stupidity: Pretends to be a wacky old hermit in The Empire Strikes Back as a test of Luke's patience and tolerance of strangers. Fail miserably, Luke does.
  • Old Master: Fits the archetype of being deceptively old and small. Not only is he still among the wisest in his knowledge of the Force but, thanks to the CGI of Attack of the Clones and Revenge of the Sith, we get to see just how adept he is with a lightsaber.
  • One-Man Army: During the Clone Wars, he takes down Ventress' droid army on Rugosa almost singlehandedly. After Order 66, he cuts down clone troopers in droves during Revenge of the Sith.
  • O.O.C. Is Serious Business: Any time he speaks a grammatically correct sentence.
    Yoda: Fear is the path to the Dark Side: Fear leads to anger, anger leads to hate, hate leads to suffering.
  • Peaceful in Death: He dies of old age and becomes one with the Force, after completing his life’s purpose. How many Star Wars characters can say that?
  • Pint-Sized Powerhouse: This less-than-a-meter-tall alien is said to be a "great warrior" in The Empire Strikes Back, but he doesn't really showcase it... until Attack of the Clones, where he fights Count Dooku with a flurry of flips and slashes.
  • Pointy Ears: Befitting his elf-like appearance.
  • Proverbial Wisdom: Downplayed; he doesn't quote actual proverbs, but his unusual speech manner makes everything he says sound like one.
  • Psychic Powers: Even greater than those of other Jedi. In Revenge of the Sith, he senses the deaths of Jedi all over the galaxy, and in The Empire Strikes Back, he easily lifted Luke's X-Wing from the swamp when Luke himself failed.
  • Reluctant Warrior: This does not, however, mean he doesn't know how to use a lightsaber when he needs to.
  • Retired Badass: By the time of the original trilogy he's retreated to a lonely planet in self-imposed isolation.
  • Riddle for the Ages: George Lucas typically didn't involve himself in the EU very much, but it's known that one of the few things he's explicitly forbade EU authors from doing is revealing the name of Yoda's species, or much of his mysterious past. There are only a few hints about the Jedi that Yoda was before the days of the Prequel Trilogy, and it's not likely that they'll ever fully be explored.
  • Screaming Warrior: He lets out a Kiai-like yell while fighting Dooku in Attack of the Clones.
  • Strange-Syntax Speaker: Hmm, yes he is? Agree, you do.
  • Supporting Leader: During the assault on Geonosis in Attack of the Clones and the battle on Kashyyyk in Revenge of the Sith.
  • This Cannot Be!: Yoda uttered this phrase when Qui-Gon contacted him and proved his existence by telekinetically levitating Yoda and everything moveable in Yoda's quarters.
  • Throwing Your Sword Always Works: Throws his lightsaber into the chest of a clone trooper in Revenge of the Sith. Of course, all Jedi are telekinetic thanks to the Force.
  • Trickster Mentor: Shows this in "The Gathering". When the younglings are warned that the ice door to the crystal cave will seal behind them at day's end, they all assume it will take another 19 days (how long it takes for the sun to rise on Ilum) to escape. At the end, Petro crashes through the ice to escape. When called on it, Yoda points out that the door is just ice and not that difficult to break if you're determined. They were only trapped by their own fears.
  • Verbal Tic: Backwards, his grammatical order is.
  • The Wonka: The clones under his command can't figure out what he says half the time; one of them even admitted that "there's no figuring a Jedi Master", but they follow his lead because they know there's a method to his madness. They're right.
  • World's Best Warrior: Together with Mace Windu and Anakin Skywalker, Yoda is considered one of the best lightsaber duelists the order had to offer by the Clone Wars' end.

Dark Yoda

See its entry on the Other Force-users and Beings page.

    Obi-Wan Kenobi 

Master Obi-Wan Kenobi

    Anakin Skywalker 

Jedi Anakin Skywalker

    Mace Windu 

Master Mace Windu

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"This party's over!"

Species: Human

Homeworld: Haruun Kal

Portrayed by: Samuel L. Jackson (films, The Clone Wars movie)
Voiced by: T.C. Carson (The Clone Wars series)
Appears in: The Phantom Menace | Attack of the Clones | Jedi of the Republic | The Clone Wars | Son of Dathomir | Dark Disciple | Kanan | Revenge of the Sith

"You must realize there aren't enough Jedi to protect the Republic. We're keepers of the peace, not soldiers."

A stony-faced Jedi with a purple lightsaber, and champion of the Jedi Council, second only to Master Yoda. He shows great distrust in Anakin, doubting his suitability for the life of a Jedi.
  • Ace Custom: His Jedi starfighter is mostly white with a few red and green markings.
  • Attack! Attack! Attack!: Created and utilizes form VII, Vaapad, which is this trope in a nutshell. Vaapad is about constantly attacking as fast as possible, to overwhelm the enemy's defenses.
  • Attack Reflector: During the climax of their duel, Mace used his lightsaber to reflect Sidious' own lightning back at him, which melted and scarred the Chancellor's face beyond recognition.
  • Author Appeal: Samuel L. Jackson requested a purple lightsaber in Attack of the Clones because it's his favorite color (and it would make him easier to spot in large battle scenes).
  • Badass Baritone: Provided by both Samuel L. Jackson and TC Carson.
  • Bald of Awesome: He is, in fact, one of the few characters for whom Samuel L. Jackson does not wear a wig.
  • Bald Black Leader Guy: Mace was the leader of the Jedi Council (while Yoda was the Grand Master of the Jedi Order) until he stepped down to concentrate on kicking ass in the Clone Wars.
  • Big Good: Alongside Yoda in the prequel trilogy.
  • Black Dude Dies First: Averted in his battle with Palpatine — he is the last to die. However, he is the first of the major Jedi to be killed.
  • Bling-Bling-BANG!: His lightsaber hilt is studded with electrum, an alloy of gold and silver, as part of his privileges as a high-ranking Jedi Master. There is debate over whether it has "Bad Motherfucker" engraved on it. (Samuel L. Jackson confirmed on The Graham Norton Show that it does indeed have it engraved on the handle, so that clears that up.)
  • Blood Knight: His Vaapad fighting style weaponizes it, using his own inner darkness and that of his foe to increase his power.
  • Character Death: Gets blasted out of a window by Palpatine in Revenge of the Sith.
  • The Comically Serious: When teamed up with Jar Jar Binks during "The Disappeared", his serious demeanor is there to offset Jar Jar's wackiness.
  • Cool Sword: Mace has a purple lightsaber, which stands out amongst the blue and green lightsabers all the other Jedi tend to have.
  • Cynical Mentor: Mace is quite cynical in his view of galactic affairs compared to many of the other Jedi, such as Obi-Wan Kenobi; he also doesn't seem to like Anakin much at all and opposes little Anakin's training from the start.
  • Dangerous Forbidden Technique: Mace is very particular about who he teaches Vaapad to, as most who have tried have fallen to the Dark Side. Form VII as a whole is like that, which is why it's much more prevalent among the Sith.
  • Deadpan Snarker: Mace is often very sarcastic.
    Ahsoka: Guard duty?! For how long?
    Mace: Longer now.
  • Destination Defenestration: In Revenge of the Sith, he goes out in spectacular fashion after being blasted out a window by Darth Sidious' Sith lightning.
  • Dislikes the New Guy: Mace Windu more than any other Jedi disapproves of Anakin Skywalker joining the Order. He continues to voice his general dislike for Anakin's volatile personality and unpredictability throughout his career. In Revenge of the Sith, Anakin reveals Palpatine is a Sith Lord and Windu starts to reconsider his opinion, until Skywalker ultimately helps Palpatine kill him.
  • Disney Villain Death: Although he's not a villain. Pointed out by Samuel L. Jackson himself.
  • For Want of a Nail: Raising his lightsaber to dramatically kill Palpatine instead of just stabbing him gave Anakin the opportunity to intervene while his emotions were conflicted, thus causing Mace's death, Anakin's Face–Heel Turn, and The Purge of the Jedi.
  • Good Is Not Soft: Mace is a virtually unstoppable force in combat, and is willing to break the Jedi Code if he feels it will serve the greater good.
  • Heroes Prefer Swords: Mace uses a purple lightsaber.
  • Informed Ability: Though Word of God has made him out to be a crafty diplomat and politician, his onscreen representations almost exclusively focuses on his life as a warrior. In fact, it is his lack of diplomatic ability that alienated Anakin and contributed to his fall to the dark side, and by extension Mace's own death.
  • Jerkass Has a Point: Deconstructed. Just because a Jerkass Has a Point doesn't mean He is Right. Although Mace did make a valid statement that Anakin was not fit to be trained as a Jedi, other Jedi (Obi-Wan, Qui-Gon, Ahsoka and even Yoda) reached out to Anakin and urged him to improve himself. By the point Mace made his distrust of Anakin well-known, Anakin had proved himself a worthy Jedi several times over. In fact, it's Mace's stated lack of trust that indirectly makes Anakin easy prey to Darth Sidious' manipulations.
  • Jerk with a Heart of Gold: His cynicism, pragmatism, and stoicism make Mace come off as a cold uncaring jerk. Combined with his severe trust issues, most Jedi and other characters he interacts with have a difficult relationship with him. However, Mace does care deeply for all life, as shown with his efforts to save the Zillo Beast from destruction, and his increasingly poor attitude during the Clone Wars is due to the heavy death toll the war has taken on the Jedi Order and civilians.
  • Kick the Dog: Instead of trying to reason with Boba about the circumstances of his father's death (that the latter was a natural casualty of war for attacking Republic forces, working with the leader of the Separatists, and the fact that Jango had tried to murder him first) Windu effectively tells the boy to deal with the fact that he wasn't able to complete his revenge and move on. Naturally, this had the opposite effect, and by the original trilogy Boba is one of the most feared bounty hunters in the galaxy and a frequent associate of Darth Vader.
  • Knight in Sour Armor: Mace is far more cynical than Yoda, to the point that he was distinctly unwilling to trust either Anakin or the Senate's legal system in Revenge of the Sith.
  • Knight Templar: Somewhat downplayed as Mace lacks the self-righteousness of many of his counterparts, but he believes in unquestionably upholding the peace of the Republic, even if it means breaking the Jedi Code. Palpatine ends up playing this against him, making him appear to be a lawless assassin trying to kill a helpless old man.
  • Laser Blade: Wields a purple-bladed lightsaber, the only one seen in canon at this point and it stands out amongst the blue and green lightsabers all the other Jedi tend to have.
  • Master Swordsman: According to Word of God, he was Yoda's superior as a warrior. According to other sources, he's second to Yoda, and tied with Dooku. He also perfected Vaapad, a long incomplete and dangerous lightsaber fighting form.
  • Nice Job Breaking It, Hero!:
    • He probably should have listened to Anakin's plea not to kill Palpatine and instead place him on trial — it would have at least kept the Jedi from being branded as traitors, and it could have delayed or outright prevent Order 66 from taking place. However, his action ended up forcing Anakin's hand, which caused him to lose his, die, and led to Order 66's implementation.
    • Going back further, he is the one who issues the decree that Anakin will use his relationship with Palpatine to gather intel on what Palpatine might be plotting. He believes it is in the interest of the Jedi's loyalty to the Senate and the Republic but in reality it just gives Palpatine more time to twist Anakin around his finger, which ends up undoing them all.
    • Indirectly, it is his refusal to apologize to Ahsoka for the way the Council treated her that leads to her walking away from the Order, an event that further inflames Anakin's anger with the Jedi.
  • Number Two: To Yoda in the Jedi Order.
  • One-Man Army: Mace is on par with Yoda in his ability to devastate Separatist infantry singlehandedly, as seen during his systematic devastation of the droid forces he encounters in "Liberty on Ryloth".
  • One Steve Limit: Averted; Windu is not the first character in the Star Wars universe called Mace. One of the main characters of Star Wars: Ewok Adventures had the same name, way back in 1984.
  • Parental Substitute: To Depa Billaba, his former Padawan. He rescued her from the pirates who had killed her parents as an infant, being the one to take her to the Temple. He then became her Master when she was old enough to be apprenticed, and over time they became very close.
  • Pragmatic Hero: Although still bound by the Jedi Code, Mace is more than willing to advocate more simple and direct approaches to ending the Clone Wars and stopping the Sith. He advocates sending Jedi to assassinate (instead of capture) Count Dooku after he destroys a refugee convoy and tries to kill Palpatine despite having him at his mercy because he knows he is too dangerous to keep alive.
  • Psychic Powers: Like many of the other Jedi.
  • Purple Is Powerful: He's one of the most powerful Jedi to ever live, and his lightsaber is purple.
  • Reasonable Authority Figure: Very sound in judgment and willing to listen to Anakin, even when he doesn't trust him.
  • Rule of Cool: Rumor has it that this trope is the main reason why Mace Windu has a purple lightsaber, because Samuel L. Jackson thought it looked cool. (Also so that he would be visible in a huge lightsaber battle.) His lightsaber is the only one used in the movie canon that is not red, blue or green. This is lampshaded by General Grievous in the Revenge of the Sith video game.
    "Who fights with a purple lightsaber anyway?"
  • Sacrificial Lion: He is the first major Jedi to be killed, which sets the stage for the Jedi assassinations that were to follow.
  • Scary Black Man: His implacable nature and fierce disposition are such that, in the Ryloth campaign, Dooku ordered Wat Tambor and his army to retreat rather than face Windu. In "The Disappeared, Part I", he was able to scare off a Frangawl cultist just by looking at him (after taking out the rest of his allies).
  • Shatterpoint Tap: His unique ability is being able to see the shatterpoints of things in the Force. He has only been seen using it once, to break the windshield of a broken-down Republic walker and rescue its unconscious driver.
  • Shoot the Dog: He views killing Palpatine instead of arresting him as this, given that the Sith Lord was too dangerous to keep alive and that he could manipulate the senate at a trial. Anakin disagreed.
  • The Stoic: He is a very calm and collected Jedi, and rarely lets any emotion show openly on his face. He has only been seen smiling once (during an episode of The Clone Wars), and the only time he seems upset is after learning Palpatine is actually Darth Sidious.
  • Supporting Leader: During the Jedi assault on the arena of Geonosis in Attack of the Clones.
  • Unwitting Pawn: Mace dies in an attempt first to arrest and then just kill Chancellor Palpatine, which is not only unsuccessful, but also provides Palpatine with ammunition for his claims that the Jedi shot first. In a double irony, he also ends up making The Chosen One (Anakin), who he himself had doubts about already, switch his allegiance to the man he attempted to "assassinate".
  • We Used to Be Friends: He and Count Dooku were once friends, and after Dooku left the Jedi Order Mace believed that he was still a good man. The events of Geonosis revealed the truth to him.
  • World's Best Warrior: The single greatest fighter in the Jedi Order at the time of his death, having matched Darth Sidious (albeit, he may have thrown the fight) when three other members of the Jedi Council were cut down in seconds. His only real peers at the time were Yoda (whom Windu may or may not be superior to according to conflicting sources) and Anakin (who's the Chosen One).

    Ki-Adi-Mundi 

Master Ki-Adi-Mundi

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Species: Cerean

Homeworld: Cerea

Portrayed by: Silas Carson
Voiced by: Brian George (The Clone Wars)
Appears in: The Phantom Menace | Attack of the Clones | Jedi of the Republic | The Clone Wars | Dark Disciple | Revenge of the Sith

"Impossible! The Sith have been extinct for a millennium!"

Alongside Yoda and Mace Windu, Ki-Adi-Mundi is a senior member of the Jedi High Council and often helps lead and guide the Council's decisions. He is a skilled warrior and commander.
  • Agent Scully: Has a history of this. He was extremely skeptical of Qui-Gon Jinn's assertion that the Sith had returned, and dismissed Padmé Amidala's claim that Count Dooku was behind the assassination attempt against her. He was also the most vocal in denying the possibility of Yoda's claim about making contact with the dead Qui-Gon, insisting it is impossible to maintain ones identity in the Force after death.
  • Badass Beard: He has a small white beard.
  • Badass Grandpa: His age doesn't seem to hamper him too much in battle.
  • Body-Count Competition: After the second Battle of Geonosis, he manages to outscore Anakin and Ahsoka. He takes note of their competition and offhandedly asks what he's won. When Anakin replies that Ki-Adi won his respect, Obi-Wan half-jokingly remarks that it's quite a prize indeed.
  • Character Death: When Order 66 is issued, he is shot by his clone troopers after attempting to lead a charge across a bridge on Mygeeto.
  • Cool Old Guy: When he heard Anakin denying to acknowledge Ahsoka's victory in the Body-Count Competition mentioned above, Mundi told Anakin that he out-scored both of them.
  • Horrible Judge of Character: Before the Clone Wars, he refused to believe that Count Dooku was capable of falling to the Dark Side and ordering a political assassination.
    Ki-Adi-Mundi: He is a political idealist, not a murderer.
    • Could be somewhat justified in the fact that judging by his age, he had to have known Dooku for decades before the latter left the Order. So it might just be denial.
  • Kill It with Fire: Once ordered his troops to use flamethrowers against the Geonosians.
  • Laser Blade: Wields a blue-bladed lightsaber.
  • Mauve Shirt: In the films, he is the only Jedi Council member besides Yoda, Windu, Obi-Wan, or Anakin to have any lines.
  • My Brain Is Big: He's a Cerean, a species with very large, elongated cranium that holds a binary brain.
  • Not So Above It All: In "Landing at Point Rain", Anakin and Ahsoka hold a Body-Count Competition during battle. After the battle, Ahsoka asked for Anakin's total, and it turned out she won. Anakin, however, claimed that since he had called in the airstrike, it should add enough to his tally to make it a draw. Hearing this, Ki-Adi added his own total, which was larger than either Ahsoka's or Anakin's, causing both Anakin and Obi-Wan to fall into Stunned Silence for a moment as he casually asked what had he won.
    Anakin: My everlasting respect, Master Mundi.
    Ki-Adi-Mundi: [sounding almost disappointed] Oh.
    Obi-Wan: [reassuringly] That is a gift Anakin rarely bestows, I assure you.
  • Oh, Crap!: One of the few Jedi who had a prescient moment about the Jedi Purge. Alas, it was not enough to save him, but he went down fighting instead of being shot in the back like so many of his comrades.
  • Properly Paranoid:
    • He was the only member of the Council to loudly admit that Dooku was not the Big Bad as they believed but The Dragon instead, and that someone even more powerful was lurking in the shadows.
    • While he was wrong to suspect the Sith were behind the voices Yoda had been hearing, he correctly guessed that the Master-apprentice link between Yoda and Dooku could be exploited by the Sith, which Sidious and Dooku indeed ended up doing at the conclusion of that arc.
  • Right Forthe Wrong Reasons: His aforementioned suspicions about the Master-apprentice link are correct. However, he was wrong about the Sith being behind the voices Yoda was hearing.
  • Rubber-Forehead Alien: He's a Cerean.
  • Snow Means Death: Killed while he and his troops are fighting a battle in the middle of a snowstorm.

    Plo Koon 

Master Plo Koon

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"We are justice."

Species: Kel Dor

Homeworld: Dorin

Voiced by: James Arnold Taylor (The Clone Wars)
Appears in: The Phantom Menace | Attack of the Clones | Jedi of the Republic | The Clone Wars | Dark Disciple | Revenge of the Sith

"When you ask for trouble, you should not be surprised when it finds you."

A Kel Dor Jedi Master and member of the Council, Plo Koon is regarded as one of the wisest Jedi in the Order. He has a close bond and serves as a parental figure for Ahsoka Tano, who he found and brought into the Order as a child.
  • Ace Custom: He flies a Jedi starfighter with a white and blue color scheme.
  • Ace Pilot: He was shown to be a pilot with skills rivaling Anakin's.
  • Ascended Extra: He was a background character in the movies. In The Clone Wars, he has the most screen-time of all the Council members except for Obi-Wan, who's one of the deuteragonists.
  • Author Appeal: He is Dave Filoni's favorite character.
  • Badass Baritone: James Arnold Taylor uses a deep, Ian McKellen inspired voice for Plo.
  • Badass Long Robe: Dons an exceptionally badass one in "Lethal Trackdown".
  • Bizarre Alien Biology: Apparently Kel Dor like Koon can survive in space for a short time, with only their breathing masks protecting them.
  • Character Death: He is killed during Order 66 when his starfighter is shot down on Cato Neimoidia by his clone trooper wingmates.
  • Cool Mask: His breathing mask.
  • Deadpan Snarker: He's got his moments, particularly in "Lethal Trackdown" when it comes to Ahsoka's lack of subtlety.
  • Explosive Decompression: Averted and lampshaded. Before leaving a space pod, he ordered his men to put on their helmets and follow him. He didn't need any protection, because he can survive in space long enough to deal with a few droids.
  • A Father to His Men: When he and three of his men were trapped in a non-functional escape pod, the clones were very pessimistic about their chances to survive, but Plo kept their hope alive by continuously reasserting that their lives weren't meaningless.
    Plo: Sergeant, why are you so certain no one is coming?
    Sergeant Sinker: We're just clones, sir. We're meant to be expendable.
    Plo: Not to me.
  • The Gadfly: When Plo, Adi Gallia, and Commander Wolffe catch up with 3P0 and R2 aboard Grievous' flagship in "Nomad Droids", this ensues:
    C-3P0: Yes, Commander Wolffe. How have you been, sir? We have been on quite an adventure.
    Plo: Well, I'm certain Wolffe would love to hear about it.
    Wolffe: Uh, a-actually, sir...
  • Gratuitous Foreign Language: "Ko-toh-ya" is a Kel'dor greeting that he and Ahsoka use towards each other.
  • Humanoid Aliens: Kel Dor have the general body structure of a human, but their facial structure is so different that it's noted to be unsettling to other humanoids in-universe, they have only four fingers, and oxygen is toxic to them.
  • I Am the Noun: Somewhat overlaps with Badass Boast.
    Boba Fett: I want justice.
    Plo Koon: We are justice.
  • Laser Blade: Wields a blue-bladed lightsaber.
  • Not So Similar: Serves as a foil to Anakin, via their relationships with Ahsoka. He is often used (most blatantly in "Padawan Lost" and the Wrong Jedi arc) to provide contrast between normal Jedi friendship and Anakin's struggles with Dark Side levels of attachment. Plo is not always in the right, but even his mistakes are consistently in the direction of a Light Side Jedi's mistakes rather than torturing prisoners for information.
  • Old Master: Somewhat downplayed, but he is the older mentor figure for Ahsoka. He actually shares this role for her with Obi-Wan himself.
  • Parental Substitute: He was the Jedi who found Ahsoka, and brought her to the Temple. They maintained a strong bond with each other that mirrors a father and daughter.
  • The Stoic: Most of the time, unless the situation gets very serious. If he ever does smile, it's hidden by his mask. This is best shown in "Lethal Trackdown", where he doesn't lose his cool when he has a gun pointed at the back of his head.
  • To Be Lawful or Good: Type two. According to Filoni, in the Wrong Jedi arc Plo actually sided with Ahsoka (one of three Council members to do so) in the Council's discussions and voting. He also looks visibly saddened by the whole mess more than once, and voices protest on-screen. However, the Jedi serve the Senate and must put duty over their personal feelings, so he participates in her arrest and (initially temporary but ultimately permanent) removal from the Order anyway.

    Even Piell 

Master Even Piell

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Species: Lannik

Homeworld: Lannik

Portrayed by: Michaela Cottrell
Voiced by: Blair Bess (The Clone Wars)
Appears in: The Phantom Menace | Attack of the Clones | The Clone Wars

"This is war, Sobeck. We are all prepared to die."

A Lannik member of the Jedi Council. He is a gruff and battle-hardened warrior who was entrusted with many important missions during the Clone Wars.
  • Badass Grandpa: According to supplementary material, he's well into his sixties.
  • Badass in Distress: He was captured by Separatists and imprisoned in the Citadel.
  • Character Death: While finishing off the last of the droids he was fighting, a anooba snuck up behind Piell and mauled him. He died of his wounds a few minutes later.
  • Death In The Limelight: He dies at the end of the Citadel trilogy.
  • Determinator: Master Piell refuses to share the intel, even under heavy torture.
  • Eye Scream: He lost an eye way before the time of the series. A torture droid almost gouged out the other one.
  • Husky Russkie: Speaks with a Russian accent. He's pretty small, but still pretty tough.
  • I'm Dying, Please Take My MacGuffin: With his last breath, he entrusted his half of the Nexus Route coordinates to Ahsoka.
  • Laser Blade: Wields a green-bladed lightsaber.
  • Pint-Sized Powerhouse: He's roughly twice Yoda's height, which means he reaches to about waist-level for most characters. That doesn't stop him from being as badass as anyone else four times his size.
  • Rubber-Forehead Alien: Lanniks look similar to humans, but are rather short and have long, pointy ears, giving them a vague resemblance to Yoda's species.

    Adi Gallia 

Master Adi Gallia

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Species: Tholothian

Homeworld: Coruscant

Portrayed by: Gin Clarke
Voiced by: Angelique Perrin (The Clone Wars)

A female Tholothian Jedi Master on the Council.

    Saesee Tiin 

Master Saesee Tiin

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Species: Iktotchi

Homeworld: Iktotch

Portrayed by: Khan Bonfils (The Phantom Menace), Jesse Jensen (Attack of the Clones), Kenji Oates (Revenge of the Sith)
Voiced by: Dee Bradley Baker (The Clone Wars)

A Iktotchi Jedi Master on the council.
  • Ace Custom: He flies a green Jedi starfighter with white markings.
  • Ace Pilot: As seen in "Citadel Rescue", he's quite an accomplished pilot. According to the Expanded Universe, he's actually on par with Anakin and Plo Koon.
  • Character Death: He accompanied Mace Windu, Kit Fisto, and Agen Kolar to confront Chancellor Palpatine after it was discovered he was actually a Sith Lord. Saesee and Agen were cut down within seconds of the confrontation beginning.
  • The Cameo: Mostly in Council meeting scenes.
  • Early-Bird Cameo: In The Clone Wars, he was amongst the four Council members waiting for the remains of Savage Opress' first victims to be brought back to the Temple, but had no speaking role until "Citadel Rescue".
  • Horned Humanoid: One of the traits of his species.
  • Laser Blade: Wields a green-bladed lightsaber.
  • Mauve Shirt: He was the least developed out of the members of the Jedi Council who had a noticeable role in The Clone Wars.
  • Rubber-Forehead Alien: He's an Iktotchi, a species that has two horns hanging from fleshly tendrils on both sides of their temples.
  • The Worf Effect: Brought with Mace to confront Palpatine because he is one of the most powerful Jedi in the Order, but he is killed within seconds of the duel against Sidious beginning.

    Depa Billaba 

Master Depa Billaba

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Species: Human

Homeworld: Chalacta

Portrayed by: Dipika O'Neill Joti
Appears in: The Phantom Menace | Attack of the Clones | Jedi of the Republic | A New Dawn | Dark Disciple | Kanan

"You must not grow too attached, too fond, too in love with life as it is now. Those emotions are valuable and should not be suppressed, but you must learn to rule them, Padawan, lest they rule you."

A Jedi Master from Chalacta who served on the Jedi Council during the crisis on Naboo and prior to the Clone Wars. She is the former Padawan of fellow Jedi Council member Mace Windu. Near the end of the Clone Wars she took Caleb Dume as her apprentice, but was killed during Order 66 before she could complete his training.
  • Adaptational Heroism: Her Legends counterpart eventually fell to the Dark Side. In the rebooted canon, she never had a stint with the Dark Side and actually gets a Heroic Sacrifice instead.
  • Adaptational Species Change: In Legends, Chalactans were a Human Alien species with negligible differences from humans. The new continuity has retconned the species into simply being another human culture from Chalacta.
  • Ascended Extra: She was a minor character in the Legends continuity, but in the new continuity she served as the mentor to one of the most important characters in Rebels and comparatively got a greater amount of focus in the comics.
  • Don't Call Me "Sir": She requests to not be called "General".
  • Dramatic Irony: When Caleb tells her how happy he is, she tells him not to grow too fond of his life as it is now, because the universe is always changing. Soon afterwards, Order 66 happens, she's killed and Caleb is essentially orphaned while the Republic turns into the Empire.
  • General Failure: Struggles with viewing herself as one after Grievous killed ninety percent of her men and put her in a coma during the Battle of Haruun Kal.
  • Heroic Sacrifice: She was killed during Order 66, holding off clone troopers to buy enough time for Caleb to escape. Afterwards, Caleb changed his name to Kanan Jarrus and went into hiding.
  • In the Back: She falls during Order 66 after being shot in the back by Commander Grey after becoming distracted by Captain Styles and his men going after Caleb.
  • Laser Blade: Wields a green-bladed lightsaber.
  • Lighter and Softer: Compared to her Legends incarnation. Depa disagrees with the rest of the Council about the Jedi's role in the war, but she doesn't fall to the Dark Side this time.
  • Master Swordswoman: As to be expected of a Jedi Master on the Council, Depa is highly skilled with a lightsaber. She is particularly skilled with Form III (Soresu) which she teaches to students at the Jedi Temple and specifically to Caleb.
  • The Mentor: To Kanan, and he reflects on her teachings from time to time even ten years after her death.
  • Mythology Gag: Her getting so injured she was in a coma for six months after the Battle of Haruun Kal is reminiscent of her Legends counterpart falling into a deep coma after a war on Haruun Kal in Shatterpoint.
  • Parental Abandonment: Her parents were killed by pirates who then took an infant Depa captive. Luckily, Mace rescued her and brought her to the Jedi Temple.
  • Reluctant Warrior: She believes that the Jedi made a mistake in taking on military titles.
  • Sanity Slippage: There is some fear that she is this among the Jedi, with some calling her "damaged", after she lost most of her company to General Grievous and spent six months in a coma. Billaba herself seems to agree that "damaged" is a crass but accurate assessment.
  • There Is No Kill Like Overkill: After falling from the initial shot to her back during Order 66, several clone troopers gather around Depa and fire several more shots into her body to ensure that she is dead.

    Yaddle 

Master Yaddle

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Portrayed by: Phil Eason
Appears in: The Phantom Menace

A female Jedi Council member from the same species as Yoda. She served on the Jedi Council during the invasion of Naboo, but was no longer on the Council when the Clone Wars began.

    Oppo Rancisis 

Master Oppo Rancisis

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Species: Thisspiasian

Homeworld: Thisspias

Portrayed by: Jerome Blake

A Thisspiasian Jedi Master on the Council during the blockade of Naboo and the Clone Wars.

    Yarael Poof 

Master Yarael Poof

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Species: Quermian

Homeworld: Quermia

Portrayed by: CGI
Appears in: The Phantom Menace

A Quermian member of the Jedi Council during the invasion of Naboo.
  • Long Neck: He provides the page image for the trope. In fact, this is the out-of-universe reason for his absence in Attack of the Clones — Lucas didn't want anyone confusing him with the somewhat similar-looking Kaminoans.
  • Unfortunate Names: In British slang, "poof" is a derogatory term for "homosexual".
  • What Happened to the Mouse?: At the moment, there is no canon explanation for why he is no longer on the Jedi Council after The Phantom Menace.note 

    Kit Fisto 

Master Kit Fisto

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"Those who have power should restrain themselves from using it."

Species: Nautolan

Homeworld: Glee Anselm

Portrayed by: Zac Jensen/Daniel Zizmor (Attack of the Clones), Ben Cooke (Revenge of the Sith)
Voiced by: Phil LaMarr (The Clone Wars)
Appears in: Attack of the Clones | Jedi of the Republic | The Clone Wars | Dark Disciple | Revenge of the Sith

"Patience, both of you. A second look usually pays off."

A Nautolan Jedi Master and member of the Jedi Council. He is known for is skill in battle, and for being far more humorous and laid-back than many of his colleagues.
  • Ace Custom: His Jedi starfighter is painted red along the edges with some white in the middle, along with green markings which were the same as the emblems displayed on Kit's gauntlets.
  • Alien Hair: His tentacles.
  • Badass Baritone: Courtesy of Phil LaMarr.
  • Badass in Distress: He is briefly held captive during the battle of Mon Calamari and tortured alongside Anakin. He is freed when the Quarren turn on the Separatists.
  • Cat Smile: His normal facial expression.
  • Character Death: He accompanies Mace Windu, Saesee Tiin, and Agen Kolar in confronting Chancellor Palpatine after it is revealed he is actually Darth Sidious. Kit manages to last slightly longer than Saesee and Agen, but is cut down quickly by the Sith Lord.
  • A Day in the Limelight: "Lair of Grievous", where Kit's former apprentice is introduced and he gets a chance to show off his skills against General Grievous.
  • Deadpan Snarker: A bit of one, particularly towards Anakin during the battle on Mon Calamari.
  • Dual Wielding: Used this technique rather epically in a duel with Grievous.
  • Fish People: Nautolans are an amphibian species, and Kit is noted to be most comfortable on water worlds like his native Glee Anselm.
  • Green-Skinned Space Hunk: A rare male version. Kit's shirtless scenes in Season 4 of The Clone Wars show him to be quite fit.
  • Grin of Audacity: Briefly flashes one during the battle in the Geonosis arena, after coming across a battle droid, with the head of a certain unlucky protocol droid attached to its body.
  • Humanoid Aliens: Nautolans like him are tentacle-headed, green-skinned, amphibian humanoids.
  • I Surrender, Suckers: Pulls this on Grievous, but substitutes an escape for the trope's dictated attack. Grievous' look when his surrender demand is (seemingly) accepted is priceless.
  • Lantern Jaw of Justice: His model in the The Clone Wars was designed with a much stronger, square jawline than he had in either Attack of the Clones or Revenge of the Sith, because neither live-action versions translated well in animation that he's a heroic character.
  • Laser Blade: Wields a green-bladed lightsaber.
  • Little "No": When his ex-Padawan Nahdar Vebb is killed by Grievous.
  • The Mentor: To Nahdar Vebb, although the war made it impossible for him to be there when he completed his trials and became a Jedi Knight. When he finally sees Nahdar again, he is disturbed by how aggressive the war has made his former apprentice.
  • Mr. Fanservice: In the animated series. He's the only male character to have a completely gratuitous, non-justifiable Shirtless Scene. The directors joked that it was something of a Twilight reference.
  • Perpetual Smiler: He always seems to have a smile on his face, even when idle. When he does actually smile, it's a very big cheesy grin.
  • Rubber-Forehead Alien: He's a Nautolan.
  • Shirtless Scene: Let's just say there was a good reason all of Kit's fangirls looked forward to Season 4.
  • The Worf Effect: Brought with Mace to confront Palpatine because he is one of the most powerful Jedi in the Order, but he is killed very quickly.

    Shaak Ti 

Master Shaak Ti

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"You are where you need to be. Solve your problems as a whole, not as individuals."

Species: Togruta

Homeworld: Shili

Portrayed by: Orli Shoshan (Attack Of The Clones and Revenge Of The Sith)
Voiced by: Tasia Valenza (The Clone Wars)
Appears in: Attack of the Clones | The Clone Wars | Dark Disciple | Revenge of the Sith | Marvel's Star Warsnote 

"Whoever is seeing this... it's up to you now. Don't let our deaths have been in vain. Don't let this be the end of the Jedi."

A female Togruta Jedi Master and council member. During the Clone Wars, she oversees the training and cloning facilities on Kamino.
  • Action Girl: She is a very capable warrior, and her skills made her a good choice to oversee the training of new clone troopers and defend Kamino from assault.
  • Adaptation Dye-Job: While in the movies she's never shown close enough to be noticeable, her eyes were black. In The Clone Wars, her eyes are violet colored.
  • Alien Hair: Her horns and head-tails.
  • The Cameo: Mostly in Jedi Council meeting scenes. Also, a holocron displays her image in the main Star Wars comic.
  • Clones Are People, Too: In her conversation with Lama Su about the Domino Squad, she argued that they can't just cast off the Dominos since they're living beings.
  • Face Death with Dignity: She chose not to fight when the Jedi Temple was assaulted, opting instead to record some teachings in a Holocron for a future Jedi to use. She calmly meditated while waiting for her death at Darth Vader's hands.
  • Fling a Light into the Future: During the assault on the Jedi Temple she records a message on a holocron begging for whoever finds it to not let the Jedi die out from the Empire's purge. This holocron ends up in the hands of Grakkus the Hutt, whose collection of Jedi artifacts end up seized by the Empire.
  • A Mother to Her Men: In addition to her mentality mentioned above, she also gave some warm-hearted advice to Fives and Echo. She also stood up for Fives when Nala Se threatened to have him decommissioned for removing his own "inhibitor" chip.
  • Horned Humanoid: Her montrals are hollow horns.
  • Impaled with Extreme Prejudice: During Yoda's vision in "Voices", he sees several Jedi die during the events of Revenge of the Sith, including Shaak Ti being impaled from behind by Anakin Skywalker's lightsaber. According to the Galactic Atlas, this vision came true during Anakin's assault on the Temple, as he stabs Shaak Ti in the back while she is meditating in her quarters. This canonized a deleted scene from Revenge of the Sith which was never completed.note 
  • Lady of War: In her one action scene, she took out a bunch of Aqua Droids very gracefully.
  • Laser Blade: Wields a blue-bladed lightsaber.
  • Out of Focus: She's the only member of the Jedi Council who had a slightly bigger role than occasional cameos who didn't get a Day in the Limelight episode during The Clone Wars series.
  • Reasonable Authority Figure: As the general in charge of overseeing clone training, she's essentially a happy medium between El-Les and Bric, caring about the trainees as individuals and wanting them to succeed, but also understanding the need for a sink or swim mentality.
  • Rubber-Forehead Alien: She's a Togruta, a species that has two hollow horns and three head-tails.

    Eeth Koth 

Master Eeth Koth

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Species: Zabrak

Homeworld: Nar Shaddaa

Portrayed by: Hassani Shapi
Voiced by: Chris Edgerly (The Clone Wars)

A Zabrak Jedi Master on the council.
  • Badass in Distress: In his debut episode, he was captured by Grievous, although he put up a good fight against him and his MagnaGuards.
  • Electric Torture: He was subjected to it repeatedly while he was held captive by Grievous.
  • Facial Markings: As is typical for a member of his species.
  • Horned Humanoid: He is a Zabrak, after all.
  • I Shall Taunt You: Takes the time to goad Grievous with some insults before their duel.
    Grievous: Eeth Koth, isn't it? I've been looking forward to meeting you!
    Koth: Your reputation precedes you, General. A reputation of a coward, and a murderer...
    Grievous: Murderer? Is it murder to rid the galaxy of you Jedi filth?!
  • Laser Blade: Wields a green-bladed lightsaber.
  • Rewrite: In a sourcebook for Attack of the Clones, he was said to have been killed during the Battle of Geonosis. He was rewritten to have survived that battle for The Clone Wars.
  • Rubber-Forehead Alien: He's a Zabrak, a species that has several cranial horns.
  • What Happened to the Mouse?: He is no longer on the Jedi Council by Revenge of the Sith, but his fate is unknown.

    Coleman Trebor 

Master Coleman Trebor

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Species: Vurk

Homeworld: Sembla

Portrayed by: CGI

A Vurk member of the Jedi Council, Trebor participated in the Battle of Geonosis, where he was killed by Jango Fett.
  • Character Death: He is shot down by Jango Fett during the Battle of Geonosis.
  • Everything's Better with Dinosaurs: His species, the Vurks, were modelled after the well-known hadrosaurid Parasaurolophus.
  • Laser Blade: Wields a green-bladed lightsaber.
  • Leeroy Jenkins: During the Battle of Geonosis, he attempts to attack Count Dooku without any backup. While Dooku seems surprised by his appearance, Trebor is so focused on killing Dooku he does not notice Jango, who manages to get the drop on him.
  • Red Shirt: He has no lines, and exists for Jango to kill and help establish how skilled he is.
  • Sdrawkcab Name: "Trebor" is the reverse of Robert, which is a reference to Robert Coleman, an employee at Industrial Light & Magic.
  • The Worf Effect: He is a Jedi Master on the Jedi Council, but he gets almost effortlessly taken down by Jango Fett.

    Stass Allie 

Master Stass Allie

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Species: Tholothian

Homeworld: Tholoth

Portrayed by: Lily Nyamwasa (Attack of the Clones and Revenge of the Sith), Tace Bayliss and Nina Fallon (Revenge of the Sith)

A Tholothian Jedi Master who became part of the Jedi Council during the Clone Wars.
  • Character Death: She is killed during Order 66 while patrolling on a speeder bike with her clone troopers on Saleucami, with Clone Commander Neyo and another trooper destroying her bike from theirs.
  • Human Alien: She looks exactly like a human except for her purple eyes.
  • Nice Hat: She wears the traditional hat that all other Tholothians seen have also worn.
  • Purple Eyes: The only alien feature she has.
  • Red Shirt: She has yet to have any appearances outside of her non-speaking film scenes, although there had been plans for her to appear in The Clone Wars before it was cancelled.
  • Schrödinger's Canon: In Legends, she was Adi Gallia's cousin.
  • Suspiciously Similar Substitute: She looks almost exactly like Adi Galla, and joined the Jedi Council after her death. She was originally intended to be Adi Galla when the actress from the first film did not return, but looked sufficiently different enough to become a different character.

    Agen Kolar 

Master Agen Kolar

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Species: Zabrak

Homeworld: Coruscant

Portrayed by: Tux Akindoyeni

A Zabrak Jedi who accompanied Mace Windu, Kit Fisto, and Saesee Tinn in confronting Palpatine.
  • Character Death: Gets killed along with Kit Fisto and Saesee Tinn during their battle with Palpatine.
  • Curb-Stomp Battle: Alongside Saesee Tinn, he gets killed within seconds of the duel against Palpatine starting.
  • Horned Humanoid: Comes with being a Zabrak.
  • Laser Blade: Wields a blue-bladed lightsaber.
  • Red Shirt: Exists for little other than being killed by Palpatine.
  • Rubber-Forehead Alien: He's a Zabrak, a species that has several cranial horns.
  • The Worf Effect: Brought with Mace to confront Palpatine because he is one of the most powerful Jedi in the Order, but he is killed very quickly.

    Coleman Kcaj 

Master Coleman Kcaj

Species: Ongree

Portrayed by: CGI

A Jedi Master who joined the Jedi Council late in the Clone Wars.
  • The Cameo: His appearances in The Clone Wars.
  • He Who Must Not Be Heard: He has yet to speak in any canon source (or even a Legends source).
  • Humanoid Alien: Ongree like Kcaj have the basic humanoid body type, but a triangular head with the eyes at the bottom of the face on the side with a mouth in the middle.
  • What Happened to the Mouse?: His fate at the end of the Clone Wars and the start of the Jedi Purge is currently unknown.

    Sifo-Dyas 

Master Sifo-Dyas

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Species: Human

Homeworld: Cassandran Worlds

Voiced by: Paul Nakauchi (The Clone Wars)
Appears in: Attack of the Clonesnote  | The Clone Wars

A former member of the Jedi Council. He advocated for the creation of an army for the Republic when he foresaw the coming war with the Trade Federation, but the Jedi Council opposed this and removed him from his position. Nonetheless, Sifo-Dyas went to the remote planet of Kamino to request the creation of a clone army under the guise of representing a request of the Galactic Senate.
  • Ascended Extra: In the final arc of The Clone Wars, we actually see what he looks like and learn more about him.
  • Character Death: He was murdered by the Pyke Syndicate on his way to Felucia.
  • The Ghost: Briefly, in Attack of the Clones — he didn't make an appearance until the last arc of The Clone Wars.
  • Louis Cypher: Subverted. Some had speculated that the name Sifo-Dyas was a cover name for Darth Sidious, but it was later confirmed that they were two separate people.
  • Laser Blade: Wields a blue-bladed lightsaber.
  • Meaningful Name: Not his own, but the name of his home region, the Cassandran Worlds, are taken from the danger-seeing prophetess of Greek mythology who was cursed to never be believed.
  • Military Coup: Darth Tyranus wanted to ensure that the Sith would have influence over the clone army, which would serve as the reason for Sifo-Dyas' death.
  • Posthumous Character: In the Prequel Trilogy. The circumstances of his death are revealed in The Clone Wars.
  • Red Eyes, Take Warning/Supernatural Gold Eyes: The apparition that Palpatine created had this trait, which was how Yoda was able to tell he was an imposter.
  • Samurai Ponytail: He's space Asian, and sports a genuine chonmage hairstyle.
  • Small Role, Big Impact: In spite of dying a decade before the events of Attack of the Clones, he is directly responsible for the creation of the clone army.
  • Unwitting Instigator of Doom: To the Jedi Order, as it would turn out. He only became this due to Palpatine taking interest in the clone army.
  • Unwitting Pawn: To Palpatine, par the course. Sifo-Dyas wanted the Republic to create a standing army, and that's just what Palpatine established.
  • Well-Intentioned Extremist: From the Jedi Council's point of view, which is what got him demoted. Granted, he's not necessarily wrong for thinking there should be an army.


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