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Species: Tholothian (Corellian parents)
Portrayed by: Gin Clarke
Voiced by: Masasa Moyo (Obi-Wan & Jedi Starfighter), Angelique Perrin (The Clone Wars)
Appears in: Tales | Jedi Apprentice | Jedi Council: Acts of War | Obi-Wan | Cloak of Deception | Darth Maul: Shadow Hunter | Darth Plagueis | The Phantom Menace | Republic | Jedi Quest | Jedi Starfighter | Attack of the Clones | General Grievous | Secrets of the Jedi | Jedi Trial | Clone Wars | Clone Wars Gambit | The Clone Wars | ObsessionIn The Clone Wars, she is killed by Savage Opress while accompanying Obi-Wan in the hunt for the revealed-to-be-alive Darth Maul and his brother Savage Opress.In Obsession, she is killed by General Grievous while on a mission to capture Separatist leaders on Boz Pity.Her Padawan was Siri Tachi, who would complete her training but was killed early on in the Clone Wars.For tropes on her portrayal in the reboot continuity, see Star Wars Jedi Council.
- Ace Pilot: She is one of the best pilots in the Jedi Order.Her response time was amazingly fast, and her feel for her craft was instinctive. If anyone could lose four starfighters without risking damage to their craft, it was Adi.
Portrayed by: Tux Akindoyeni
- 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.
Portrayed by: CGI
Appears in: Attack of the ClonesA Vurk Jedi chosen to join the Council in-between The Phantom Menace and Attack of the Clones. Famed for his diplomatic skill, Trebor was present at the Battle of Genosis where he tried to kill Count Dooku. Catching the Sith Lord by surprise, Trebor was himself ambushed by Jango Fett, who killed the Jedi Master.For tropes on his portrayal in the reboot continuity, see Star Wars Jedi Council.
- Ambadassador: All Jedi are this to one degree or another, but Trebor was notable even for a Jedi, with his main talents lying in the diplomatic arena.
- Everything's Better with Dinosaurs: His species, the Vurks, were modelled after the well-known hadrosaurid Parasaurolophus.
- In the Back: Tried to take Dooku from behind and was himself shot in the back by Jango.
- 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.
- Stone Wall: Like Obi-Wan Kenobi, Trebor was a master of Soresu, the defensive style, though his talents ultimately failed him against Jango Fett's Quick Draw.
- The Worf Effect: He is a Jedi Master on the Jedi Council, but he gets almost effortlessly taken down by Jango Fett.
Portrayed by: Dipika O'Neill JotiStar Wars Jedi Council.
- Axe-Crazy: Violently and dangerously insane.
- Big Bad Duumvirate: With Kar Vastor she serves as one for Shatterpoint.
- Captain Ersatz: She's a Distaff Counterpart to Heart of Darkness' Kurtz.
- Dark Action Girl: Like any fallen female Jedi, Depa is one of these by default.
- Death Seeker: Tries to force Mace to kill her during their duel in Shatterpoint.
- Driven to Suicide: Tries to kill herself in a moment of lucidity at the end of the novel, but is stopped by Mace's aide, Nick.
- Final Solution: She and Vastor attempt a genocide against the Balawai capital, aiming to kill all four hundred thousand people who live their as part of their campaign of ethnic cleansing.
- Going Native: What she thinks she's done, though in the end she's more vicious than any of the Korun or Balawai of Haruun Kal.
- He Who Fights Monsters: A particularly horrible example.
- Lady of War: She used to be one, but by the time of Shatterpoint her insanity has robbed her of her grace and femininity, though not her ferocity.
- The Mentally Ill: Depa is very, very sick, and Kar Vastor's influence is not helping. By the end of the novel she's fallen into a coma as her ability to deal with reality totally collapses.
- A Pupil of Mine Until He Turned to Evil: She was Mace's Padawan.
- Shell-Shocked Veteran: Depa is beyond help, driven completely mad by war trauma and guilt over her own actions.
- Sociopathic Soldier: A Type IV who sees no difference between civilians and soldiers.
Homeworld: Nar Shaddaa
Portrayed by: Hassani ShapiStar Wars Jedi Council.
- Psychic Block Defense: Noted as having a particularly good one.
Even PiellFor tropes on his portrayal in the reboot continuity, see Star Wars Jedi Council.
Portrayed by: Silas Carson
Voiced by: Brian George (The Clone Wars)
Appears in: The Phantom Menace | Attack of the Clones | Clone Wars | The Clone Wars | Revenge of the SithAlongside 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.For tropes on his portrayal in the reboot continuity, see Star Wars Jedi Council.
"Impossible! The Sith have been extinct for a millennium!"
- 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.
- 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.
- Master Swordsman: Good enough to briefly contend with Asajj Ventress, and held his own against General Grievous.
- Nice Hat: He wears a wide brimmed hat to disguise his tall head in Outlander.
Homeworld: Glee AnselmFor tropes on his portrayal in the reboot continuity, see Star Wars Jedi Council.
Appears in: Tales | Jedi | Jedi Council: Acts of War | Republic (flashback only)
"Sometimes a trick is just a trick. Trust me, Padawans. You will grow in the Force. But in the meantime, don't let your infatuation with its power dull your other senses."
- Deadpan Snarker
- Dual Wielding: Uses two yellow bladed lightsabers.
- Famous Last Words: During his Heroic Sacrifice:"I'll tell you the most important thing you need to know about the Jedi... we're not afraid to die for a worthy cause."
- Heroic Sacrifice: During the Yinchorri Uprising, he gets mortally wounded and stays behind to buy the rest of the Jedi strike team time to escape by destroying a Yinchorri army by using his lightsaber to blow up a fuel tank.
- The Trickster: Enjoys playing tricks on Padawans, usually to get them to stop relying entirely on the Force and use their heads and other senses as well. Other displays of cunning include using the Force to manually launch escape pods that can only be operated from the inside, distracting enemies who don't know about Jedi telekinesis, and basically anything he does or plans in the Lighter and Softer story "Jedi Chef."
- Vitriolic Best Buds: With Plo Koon.
Portrayed by: Jerome BlakeStar Wars Jedi Council.
Plo KoonFor tropes on his portrayal in the reboot continuity, see Star Wars Jedi Council.
Saesee TiinFor tropes on his portrayal in the reboot continuity, see Star Wars Jedi Council.
YaddleFor tropes on her portrayal in the reboot continuity, see Star Wars Jedi Council.
Portrayed by: CGI
Appears in: The Phantom MenaceA Quermian member of the Jedi Council during the invasion of Naboo.For tropes on his portrayal in the reboot continuity, see Star Wars Jedi Council.
- Beware the Nice Ones: He's kind and gentle, but as Obi-Wan notes, Council seats aren't exactly handed out as party favours.
- Enemy Mine: At one point, teams up with Zam Wesell and Jango Fett.
- Heroic Sacrifice: Absorbs the energy of a giant bomb to save Coruscant.
- Jedi Mind Trick: An expert at these.
- 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".
- With Great Power: Poof is a master illusionist, but also lectures on the danger of abusing this power.
Species: Twi'lek (Rutian)
Portrayed by: Amy Allen (films)
Voiced by: Jennifer Hale (The Clone Wars)Star Wars Jedi Masters.
- Alien Hair: Her lekku/head-tails.
- Canon Immigrant: She's one of the few Expanded Universe characters who made it into the movies.
- Blue-Skinned Spacebabe
- Fanservice Extra: In the movies, she's just a well-endowed Stripperific female Jedi, with very brief scenes. She had a larger role in the Expanded Universe, where she originated from.
- Nice Girl: Generally a very kind person.
- Worthy Opponent: The Clones Troopers of the 501st legion respected her for her fighting on Felucia.
Any'a Kuro/"The Dark Woman"
An'ya "The Dark Woman" Kuro
- Cool Old Lady
- Dark Is Not Evil
- Deadpan Snarker
- Do Not Call Me "Paul": She dislikes being called by her real name, believing that a Jedi having no attachments should extend to their name.
- Green Thumb: She can use the Force to control plants.
- My Greatest Failure: Failing to rescue Aurra Sing.
- Meaningful Name:
- "Anya" means "grace". Of course, she's a Jedi.
- In Japanese, "kuro" means "black". Darkness is associated with the color black, you know.
- Training from Hell: Has a reputation for inflicting this on her students.
Homeworld: TatooineDarth Krayt, see the Star Wars: Legacy page.
- An Arm and a Leg: A fight with Obi-Wan loses him an arm.
- Dual Wielding: Uses both his lightsaber and his father's.
- The Exile: After being defeated by Obi-Wan, the Sand People banish him for showing his skin, something they forbid, and for losing an arm.
- FaceHeel Turn:
- From Nobody to Nightmare: He starts off as just another Jedi. After Order 66, he manages to lead the Sand People on a vicious crusade across Tatooine. And after that, he went on to become Darth Krayt, leader of the One Sith.
- It's All My Fault: Anakin told him about the incident involving the Sand People and his mother, but Hett didn't inform anyone else, believing Anakin would resolve the matter himself. He understandably took it hard when he learnt who Darth Vader was.
Species: HumanHe was the master of Serra Keto.
Species: HumanDark Times comic series.
- Weak, but Skilled: His connection to the Force was seen as average by his fellow Jedi. His master instead encouraged him by saying that he should use it to force his opponents to fight on his own terms, and Yoda encouraged him by saying that the Galaxy still needs him.
Species: Near-Human (speculated to be Sephi)
- The Ageless: Her Healing Factor effectively made her immortal.
- Healing Factor: Her unique Force connection gives her one, though she loses it at the worst time when she transfers her Force reserves to Obi-Wan after being stabbed through the chest by Ventress. If not for having to aid Obi-Wan's escape that way, Fay would have been able to recover from even the wounds Ventress dealt her.
- Mind over Matter: Even among the Jedi, Fay is notable for relying entirely on the Force when fighting. She stopped carrying a lightsaber when she was knighted.
- One-Shot Character
- Really 700 Years Old: Thanks to her Healing Factor, Fay is in the area of seven hundred years old.
- Shrouded in Myth: Since completing her apprenticeship centuries ago, Fay has wandered the Outer Rim, solving conflicts wherever the Force takes her. Most Jedi don't believe she exists, but thanks to Yoda, who knew her personally when she was an apprentice, the Council knows better and keeps a close eye on all rumors about her appearance.
- Space Elves: Her species is never stated, but she very closely resembles a Sephi.
Species: HumanA male human and Jedi Master of Padawan Zule Xiss. Glaive is a huge and brutish man with little tact or patience, although he is a fierce warrior. During the Clone Wars, he and Zule went with Master Obi-Wan Kenobi and his Padawan Anakin Skywalker on a mission to investigate a Gungan colony on the moon of Ohma-D'un.
- Badass Mustache
- Bald of Awesome
- The Big Guy: He is probably one of the most physically imposing Jedi in the order, and relies on brute strength to solve problems.
- Jerkass: He is not very well liked amongst the Jedi due his brutish nature. Even Zule admits to hating him after his death.
- Off with His Head!: He is decapitated by Asajj Ventress during the mission to Ohma-D'un.
Appears in: Yoda: Dark Rendezvous
"A Jedi Knight has a different kind of mission, and in the work we do, I think [Scout] would be dead in six months."
- Dramatic Irony: Six months after Yoda: Dark Rendezvous, Order 66 commences and Scout actually survives it.
- Jerkass Has a Point: In fairness, his worries about if Scout can handle herself in the battlefield are justified, but the way it comes off is Innocently Insensitive/Condescending Compassion.
- Kick the Dog: At lunch, he makes talk about how Scout should be sent to AgriCorps and takes a deal with Yoda that if she wins the tournament, Maruk has to become her new master. When she does win, he's reluctant about it. He gets better.
- Laser Blade: His lightsaber color is sky-blue.
- Names to Run Away from Really Fast: He was nicknamed "the Hawk-bat".
- Pet the Dog: As he dies, Scout begs him to not leave her, to which he affirms that he never will.
See his entry on the Star Wars: Legacy character page.
Voiced by: Grey Griffin (Clone Wars), Olivia d'Abo (The Clone Wars)Star Wars Jedi Masters.
Species: KiffarHe is a protagonist in the Republic comic series.For tropes on his portrayal in the reboot continuity, see Star Wars Jedi Masters.
- Batman Gambit: He planned to locate the unknown Sith Lord controlling the senate by testing every senator for midichlorians. Unfortunately, he explains this plan to Palpatine, who arranges for his death.
Appears in: Jedi | Republic | Dark Times
"All Jedi lie, Vos. Haven't you heard? It's part of our mystique."
- Heroic Sacrifice: She dies while letting others escape during Order 66.
- The Name's The Same: Xiaan Amersu and Sian Jeisel. The both of them are named after Jan Duursema's daughter, Sian.
- Throw It In: Jan Duursema's daughter, Sian (whose name was also the origin of Xiaan Amersu's), cosplayed as Master Jeisel at Celebration III. Since the caption said "Sian Jeisel" and Jeisel's full name was not known at the time, some fans were led to believe that her name was Sian Jeisel. Became Ascended Fanon when it got put into an All There in the Manual.
- What Could Have Been: She was originally going to be a survivor of the Jedi Purge according to an early version of an All There in the Manual, but it was discarded and her death in Dark Times is final.
Voiced by: Corie Henninger (Jedi Starfighter)
Appears in: Jedi Apprentice | Jedi Quest | Jedi Starfighter | Boba Fett: The Fight to Survive | Clone Wars Gambit (mention only) | Jedi (flashback only)She used to be the Padawan of Adi Gallia and was the Master of Ferus Olin.She is a major character in Jude Watson's Jedi Apprentice book series and Jedi Quest book series.
"I never lose my focus, Obi-Wan. Or my commitment."
- Boyish Short Hair: As an adult.
- Character Death: She gets fatally shot by Magus on Azure early on in the Clone Wars in "Secrets of the Jedi", the conclusion to Jedi Apprentice and Jedi Quest.
- Lady in Red: One of her outfits as an adult.
- Laser Blade: Her lightsaber color is violet.
- Lost Lenore: To Obi-Wan.
- The Rival: Was this to Obi-Wan in Jedi Apprentice.
Species: HumanRepublic comic series.
- Dark Is Not Evil: He wears dark robes, has a rather sinister appearance at times, and often takes actions that flirt with breaking the Jedi Code and the dark side, but he is a dedicated Jedi who seeks to uphold the values of the Republic.
- Eye Scream: He lost his left eye dueling Count Dooku on Bakura shortly after the Battle of Geonosis.
- Faking the Dead: A specialty of his: he can enter an Anzati Death Trance, which can fool his enemies into thinking him dead, only for him to emerge from it and wreck havoc on them when they least expect it.
- Guile Hero: He specializes in creating complex plots, overseeing spies, and manipulating enemies of the Jedi.
- Handicapped Badass: Averted: his right leg was crushed by rocks in his duel with Dooku, leaving him with a severe limp. Tholme refused to get a artificial replacement, instead using a cane, and ceased going on missions for most of the Clone Wars. When he does take the field again, he gets his leg replaced, realizing that his own dislike of cybernetics had clouded his judgment and prevented him from getting involved in several conflicts where his presence would have been very beneficial.
- Killed Offscreen: He passed away sometime after the group hid out on Kashyyyk after Order 66.
- Life Will Kill You: He avoided Order 66 due to being on Nar Shaddaa with T'ra Saa and Khaleen Hentz at the time, but eventually passed away from old age on Anzat.
- Lost Lenore: He becomes this to T'ra Saa after he dies.
- Master Swordsman: Even Count Dooku acknowledges his skills with a lightsaber, believing him to be one of the few Jedi who truly understands how to use one.
- Meaningful Name: His characterization is based off of Sherlock Holmes. His alias during a mission to Devaron was "Miles Croft", a reference to Mycroft Holmes, the brother of Sherlock Holmes.
- Only One Name: He has no last name.
- The Spymaster: He runs the Jedi Order's spy network and handles the assignments of any Jedi undercover.
- Worthy Opponent: Count Dooku regards him as one, and has a lot of respect for Tholme.Dooku: I really must compliment you, Master Tholme. You've kept up your dueling skills better than most Jedi. Too many use it merely to deflect blaster bolts. Inelegant. We share a respect for the old ways, you and I - and more. You have seen the corruption as I have. There must be change. Embrace it! Join me!
See her entry on the Star Wars: Legacy character page.
Appears in: Jedi Council: Acts of War | Republic | Jedi | Revenge of the Sith | PurgeHe was the master of Theen Fida. He initially survived Order 66, but was killed in a gathering with other Jedi on Kessel by Darth Vader.
"Perhaps Jedi are not so easy to kill when they know who their enemies are."
- Canon Immigrant: He appears in Revenge of the Sith, having first originated in the comics.
- Dying Moment of Awesome: His last act before being shot to death was to throw his lightsaber close enough to Darth Vader's helmet to expose one of his eyes.
- Expy: Has shades of being one of Yoda.
- Pint-Sized Powerhouse: His species, the Aleena, like Yoda's unnamed one, are all smaller than most.
- What Could Have Been: In Revenge of the Sith, when Shaak Ti was originally slated to die, Tsui Choi was going to take her place in the Jedi Council. But as that was scratched, so was Tsui Choi replacing her. However, he still remains in the movie as The Cameo during the Battle of Kashyyyk.
Homeworld: Mirial (born on a starliner)
Portrayed by: Nalini Krishan (films)
Voiced by: Tatyana Yassukovich (Clone Wars), Meredith Salenger (The Clone Wars)
Appears in: The Approaching Storm | Attack of the Clones | Clone Wars | Republic | The Clone Wars | MedStar Duology | Evasive Action | Revenge of the Sith (deleted scene canonized in comic book adaptation)A Mirialan like her master, Barriss was the apprentice of Luminara Unduli since before the war had started. Her personality is not unlike her Master's, but seems to be a bit more easy-going.Sometime after her knighting, she took in Zander as her Padawan. During Order 66, she was killed on Felucia and was reported by the Empire to have been planning to tamper with the world's water supply with Aayla Secura.In The Clone Wars, Barriss instead became disillusioned with the Jedi Order after her knighting. She planned a bombing in the Jedi Temple and framed Ahsoka Tano for it, but Barriss's guilt was discovered and she was sent to prison, though was not executed for her crimes.She is the protagonist of the MedStar book duology.For tropes on her portrayal in the reboot continuity, see Star Wars Fallen Jedi.
- A Day in the Limelight: She gets a two book-long series revolving around her, the MedStar duology.
- Character Death: She was killed on Felucia during Order 66. The Continuity Reboot started by The Clone Wars instead has Barriss have a FaceHeel Turn before the Clone Wars ends.
- Laser Blade: Her lightsaber color is blue.
- The Medic
Portrayed by: Mimi Daraphet
Appears in: Adventures | Attack of the Clones | Clone Wars Adventures | The Clone Wars: The Enemy Within | Republic | PurgeHer first master was Jedi Master Micah Giiett, but after his death, she became Jedi Master Plo Koon's Padawan. She was a part of the task force sent to the First Battle of Geonosis.
- The Cameo: She appears at the end of The Enemy Within, a The Clone Wars tie-in comic.
- Character Death: She and numerous other Order 66 survivors are killed a month later on Kessel by Vader.
- Cool and Unusual Punishment: Inflicts this on a Separatist leader after both were the only survivors on one planet by destroying the panel to his impenetrable safe room.
- Laser Blade: Her lightsaber color is green.
Appears in: Coruscant NightsThe Padawan of Jedi Master Even Piell.He is the protagonist of the Coruscant Nights book series.
Appears in: Death in the Catacombs | The Clone Wars: The Starcrusher Trap | Jedi Masquerade
Portrayed by: Dominique Chionchio
Appears in: Attack of the Clones | Jedi
- Bus Crash: The Galaxy Trading Card Game reveals that he got captured by the Empire, was imprisoned on the Death Star, and was executed by Vader.
- Name's the Same: Not to be confused with fellow Jedi Kai Hudorra.
- One-Shot Character: His only major role in a story is Jedi: Count Dooku. Everything else about him is All There in the Manual.
Appears in: Jedi Council: Acts of WarThe late Master of K'Kruhk.
Appears in: Outbound Flight | Survivor's Quest (remains only)The Padawan of Jedi Master Jorus C'baoth. Her parents were employees at the Jedi Temple, but were dismissed after Lorana was taken in by the Jedi. As a Jedi Knight, she was selected by her master for the Outbound Flight exploration mission. When Commander Thrawn attacked the Outbound Flight, she, Syndic Thrass, C'baoth, and Jorj Car'das worked together to amend the situation, but Lorana and Thrass gave up their lives to safely crash the Outbound Flight on a planetoid in the Redoubt. Their remains wouldn't be found until about half a century later when the Outbound Flight is rediscovered.
"Alone for a Jedi is sometimes the only way."
- Always Someone Better: How she feels when she saw her master praising Anakin, and almost generally because of her master's ego. Also this to her brother Dean, since her parents always had nothing but praise for her, even though they never actually saw her after sending her to the Jedi.
- The Greatest Story Never Told: Never one ever learned that she and Thrass sacrificed their lives to save some of the members of Outbound Flight.
- Heroic Sacrifice: Gave her life to safely crash the remains of Outbound Flight and save those who remained aboard.
- It Has Been an Honor: With Thrass before they die.
- Laser Blade: Her lightsaber color is green.
Voiced by: Kari Wahlgren (Revenge of the Sith)
Appears in: Clone Wars Adventures | Revenge of the Sith (video game adaptation only)A fine duelist and a prized Padawan pupil of Jedi Master Cin Drallig. During the Clone Wars, she served as a general. In one incident, aboard the Brink of the Celestial Wake space station, a blob monster forced her and Anakin to destroy the station and flee. During Order 66, she and her former master fought Vader together, but both died, with Serra getting crushed by a pillar.
"You shouldn't have come here."
- Body-Count Competition: With Cin Drallig while cutting down clone troopers during Order 66.Serra: That's two more for me!
Cin Drallig: Since when do we keep score?
- Deadpan Snarker
- Dual Wielding: She dual-wields, and from the sounds of it, she's quite proficient at it.
- Expy: Perhaps a certain someone may be based off of Serra. Snarky, bold, and with an attitude, but is otherwise nice, selfless, and a skilled student? Check. Keeping score with her master of their own Mook kills in the midst of a battle to lighten up the mood? Check. Dual-wielding green lightsabers in a brown outfit? Check. Similar voices? Check.
- Laser Blade: Her lightsaber colors are green.
- Mauve Shirt: You get a glimpse of her personality and backstory in the Revenge of the Sith video game, but that's it. She also gets a Clone Wars Adventures issue, but that doesn't add much either.
- Mood Dissonance: She has no problem cutting down Clone Troopers and keeping score of how many she kills during the Order 66 invasion of the Jedi Temple, like this is another fight against battle droids. You'd think that maybe she'd at least feel a little grief over the fact that the people she's worked with for the past couple of years have turned against her and the Jedi Order, though then again, maybe that's not something the clones reciprocate.
- What the Hell, Hero?: During her fight with Anakin, she calls him a disgrace to the Jedi Order and that the Dark side will destroy him.
Species: Humana disaster that destroyed his homeworld and killed his family, he went into self-exile on Tatooine and became the warlord of a Tusken Raider tribe. During this time, he became the husband of K'Sheek and the couple had a son named A'Sharad Hett. When Ki-Adi-Mundi was sent to retrieve Sharad in search of help against the discovered reborn Sith threat, Sharad was killed during a conflict between the Hutts and his tribe thanks to Aurra Sing. Sharad's last wishes were for Ki-Adi-Mundi to take A'Sharad back to the Jedi to be trained, which they respected.
- The Ace: He is treated as the greatest Jedi knight of his generation in the backstory. However, Hett resents this status because it conflicts with Jedi ideals, and he is only as zealous as he is because it distracts him from the feelings of depression caused by his separation from his family.
- Bald of Awesome: He's a badass Jedi and happens to be bald.
- I Have Many Names: He gathered a collection of heroic titles during his time as a Jedi.
- Proud Warrior Race Guy: As the leader of the Sand People in the Outlander story arc.Hett: I'm a war leader, my friend, not a king.
- Small Role, Big Impact: He was just some One-Shot Character for a problem-of-the-week arc in the Star Wars main comicsnote . As it turns out, his son, A'Sharad, becomes very important, which by default makes Sharad himself rather important as well. As in, his son becomes the Big Bad of Legacy, long after Sharad has passed.
- You Can't Go Home Again: His duty as a Jedi prevents him from visiting his homeworld. He considers leaving the Jedi Order so he can go back to his family only to discover that they were all killed by revolutionaries when he was away..
Species: Twi'lek (Rutian)
Appears in: Republic | Heart of Fire | Jedi | LegacynoteThe Padawan of Jedi Master J'Mikel. As a youngling, she met Aayla. During a stroll through the Coruscant Underworld in the Temple District with J'Mikel and Master Peerce, the two masters were killed in an ambush by Aurra Sing. Afterwards, Xiaan gained a new Master and was knighted, and fought in the Saleucami campaign towards the end of the Clone Wars, where she would lose her life while destroying the Separatist defenses.
"Farewell, A'Sharad...turn my death... into a victory."
- Commonality Connection: With Aayla, as they're both female Twi'lek Jedi. She begins to look up to Aayla as a rolemodel when they first meet.
- Depending on the Artist: Either she has brown skin or blue skin.
- Dying Moment of Awesome: Her starfighter is in critical state? She deliberately crashes it into the heart of Separatist defenses, which takes out their entire line and ultimately allows the Republic to take back Saleucami.
- Heroic Sacrifice: She dies while taking out Separatist defenses at Saleucami. Though given that the Empire rises a couple of weeks later (meaning that the Separatists would've surrendered anyway), it ultimately was a Senseless Sacrifice.
- Lost Lenore: Of A'Sharad Hett, otherwise known as the man who would become Darth Krayt a century after the Dark Times.
- The Name's The Same: Xiaan Amersu and Sian Jeisel. Both of them are named after Jan Duursema's daughter, Sian.
- Taking You with Me: Her starfighter gets heavily damaged, but she uses her last moments to crash it into the heart of the Separatists' defenses, which turns the tide of the campaign in the Republic's favor.
- Tuckerization: Of Jan Duursema's daughter, Sian.
- You Will Be Spared: Aurra spares her so that someday, she would be a Worthy Opponent to her.
Species: HumanAn Order 66 survivor.
Tallisibeth Enwandung-Esterhazy, AKA Scout
Tallisibeth "Scout" Enwandung-Esterhazy
Homeworld: Vorzyd V
- Crazy-Prepared: As part of her Weak, but Skilled shtick, she develops strategies to beat each of her opponents in the tournament. Some of them go straight into Crazy Awesome territory.
- Determinator: What she lacks in Force skills she makes up for in sheer stubbornness. This is lampshaded by her instructors.
- Identical Stranger: Kal almost cried when he first met Scout, due to the resemblance between her and the recently deceased Etain.
- In-Series Nickname: "Scout", because her precognitive abilities allow her to scope out the situation and have a faster reaction time than others.
- Laser Blade: Her lightsaber color is blue.
- One Degree of Separation: She and Ahsoka are friends. They wrote letters to each other during the Clone Wars.
- Overly Long Name: And it sounds pretty weird, maybe even past Star Wars standards.
- Precocious Crush: Whie had a crush on her. Ventress saw it. It unfortunately doesn't go anywhere even minding the Jedi attachment rules, because Whie is killed during Order 66 and Scout lives on.
- Weak, but Skilled: Since Scout, as she's known, doesn't have nearly the strength in the Force of most other Jedi, she makes up for it by pushing herself to be the best in unarmed combat and other lessons.
- What Happened to the Mouse?: We never get to learn what happens to her after going into hiding on Mandalore with Mij Gilamar and Doctor Uthan.
Portrayed by: Coinneach AlexanderStar Wars Jedi Order.
- Dramatic Irony: When Whie first met Anakin in Yoda: Dark Rendezvous, he expressed relief that he wasn't there to kill him. Anakin does kill him later on in Revenge of the Sith. Whie even had a vision of his own death by then, he just didn't realize who would be behind it.
- Laser Blade: His lightsaber color is green.
- Precocious Crush: On Scout. It doesn't last, because he dies in Order 66 while she survives.
- Red Shirt: Exists solely in Revenge of the Sith to be killed by Vader in a futile attempt with Bene and Cin Drallig to fight him off.
- Uncertain Doom: Master Hudorra gives her credits and tells her to blend in with the crowd, telling her to live her own life without the Jedi way so she can survive.
Homeworld: Bellassa (adopted)
- The Rival: To Anakin.
The Padawan Pack
Padawan Aubrie Wyn
Appears in: RepublicOne of the best healers in the Jedi Order, she was the Padawan of Jedi Master Sirrus. After losing her master early on in the Battle of Jabiim, she joined the Padawan Pack for the rest of the campaign. However, she and the rest of the group bar Anakin would die later on in the campaign, which ultimately became a loss for the Republic.
"I wasn't supposed to die here, I was supposed to train with Master Windu, on Coruscant. My Master said I was destined for the Jedi Council."
- Amazing Technicolour Population: Falleen can change their skin color from green to red.
- An Arm and a Leg: Ventress slices her arm off. She gets a cyborg replacement.
- Hair-Trigger Temper
- Like Father, Like Son: Glaive and Zule have similar personalities. Zule has gone on record that she despises her master, though.
- Odd Friendship: With Vaabesh, a fellow Padawan.