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Character page for characters appearing mainly in Jude Watson's Jedi Apprentice, Jedi Quest, and The Last Of The Jedi, as well the Legacy of the Jedi & Secrets of the Jedi standalone novels; the trilogy's Spiritual Successor, Rebel Force; Prequel comic miniseries, Jedi—The Dark Side; and the Interquel short story, Ghosts of the Past.

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Heroes

The Jedi Order

    Qui-Gon Jinn 

Jedi Initiate/Knight/Master Qui-Gon Jinn

See his entry in the Star Wars Theatrical Legends character page.

    Obi-Wan Kenobi 

Jedi Initiate/Padawan/Knight Obi-Wan Kenobi

See his entry in the Star Wars Theatrical Legends character page.

    Anakin Skywalker 

Jedi Padawan Anakin Skywalker

See his entry in the Star Wars Theatrical Legends character page.

    Adi Gallia 

Jedi Master Adi Gallia

See her entry in the Star Wars – Rise of the Empire Era: Jedi Order character page.
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    Thame Cerulian 

Jedi Master Thame Cerulian

Species: Human (Corellian)

Homeworld: Corellia

A famed Jedi Master, he was the master of Count Dooku.


  • The Ghost: The only work where we aren't told about him secondhand is The Jedi Path, where we see his commentary on various topics about the Jedi.

    Lorian Nod 

Jedi Initiate Lorian Nod

Species: Human

Homeworld: Junction V

Appears in: Legacy of the Jedi | Revenge of the Sithnote 

A fellow Initiate of Dooku. Though the two were friends, their relationship began to falter when Lorian became jealous of Dooku being assigned to be Master Thame Cerulian's Padawan. After being discovered for falsely accusing Dooku of stealing the Dark Holocron, Nod was removed from the Jedi Order and placed in AgriCorps, though he would go rogue and cause trouble elsewhere.


    Tahl 

Jedi Initiate/Master Tahl

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Species: Noorian

Homeworld: Noori (birthworld), Coruscant

Appears in: Legacy of the Jedi | Jedi | Jedi Apprentice

A close friend of Qui-Gon.


  • Blind Weaponmaster: She was blinded while dealing with the Melida/Daan conflict. To make up for it, her senses and Force-sensitivity have been enhanced.
  • Pink Is Feminine: Part of her outfit's color scheme is pink.

    Feemor 

Jedi Knight Feemor

Species: Human

Appears in: Jedi

The son of a farmer, he was Qui-Gon's first Padawan. Though he was successfully trained to knighthood, when Xanatos left the Jedi Order and turned to the dark side, Qui-Gon overlooked his success with Feemor out of guilt for inadequately mentoring Xanatos.


    Siri Tachi 

Jedi Initiate/Padawan/Knight Siri Tachi

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Species: Human

Voiced by: Corie Henninger (Jedi Starfighter)
Appears in: Jedi Apprentice | Jedi Quest | Jedi Starfighter | Boba Fett: The Fight to Survive | Jedi (flashback only) | Secrets of the Jedi

"I never lose my focus, Obi-Wan. Or my commitment."

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.


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    Ferus Olin 

Jedi Padawan Ferus Olin

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Ferus as a teenager.
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Ferus as an adult.

Species: Human

Homeworld: Bellassa (adopted)

Appears in: Jedi Quest | The Last Of The Jedi | Ghosts of the Sith | Rebel Force

"We are not tricksters. We are ambassadors of peace and justice."

The Padawan of Siri Tachi.

He is the main character of The Last Of The Jedi book series.


Others

    Roan Lands 

Roan Lands

Species: Human

Homeworld: Bellassa

Ferus's business partner, friend, and husband. After the rise of the Empire, he and Ferus joined the Eleven rebels on Bellassa.


Villains

Dark Jedi

    Xanatos 

Jedi Padawan Xanatos

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Species: Human

Homeworld: Telos IV

Appears in: Jedi | Jedi Apprentice

"You destroyed everything I loved. You destroyed me that day, Qui-Gon. Yet I was reborn. Stronger, wiser. I have surpassed you."

Qui-Gon Jinn's second Padawan, Xanatos was a bright student who was frequently praised for his technical ability. On a mission to his homeworld, Xanatos betrayed Qui-Gon to his father, Governor Crion. When Qui-Gon cut down Crion in front of him, Xanatos swore revenge. He went on to fund Offworld, a mining corporation with a hand in numerous illegal concerns galaxywide, and made several attempts to get his revenge on Qui-Gon, including trying to blow up the Jedi Temple and steal the treasury. Cornered on Telos, Xanatos ultimately committed suicide rather than be captured.


    Bruck Chun 

Jedi Initiate Bruck Chun

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Species: Human

Homeworld; Telos IV

Appears in: Jedi Apprentice

Others

    Jenna Zan Arbor 

Jenna Zan Arbor

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Species: Human

Homeworld: Ventrux

Appears in: Jedi Apprentice | Jedi Quest | Ghosts of the Sith | The Last Of The Jedi

"You are a subject of a scientific experimentation. You will not be hurt, only studied."

A renegade Mad Scientist with a passion for discovery, Jenna Zan Arbor arranged for Qui-Gon Jinn's kidnapping at the hands of Bounty Hunter, Ona Nobis, so that she might gain a better understanding of the Force. Qui-Gon's apprentice Obi-Wan Kenobi rescued him and captured Arbor, though not before the scientist had both tortured Qui-Gon, and attempted to wipe out the entire world of Belasco with a genetically engineered bacterium. Escaping custody, Arbor had several run-ins with Obi-Wan and his apprentice, Anakin Skywalker, before allying herself with Granta Omega in a bid to brainwash the Senate. Omega was killed, but Arbor escaped and went on to manufacture numerous weapons for first the Confederacy of Independent Systems, and then the new Galactic Empire. She was eventually mindwiped by a kidnapped scientist named Linna Naltree, and finally killed by Darth Vader for her failure.


  • And I Must Scream: She was assigned to create a serum that would wipe away specific unpleasant memories, which Vader wished to use so he could forget about Padmé. When the heroes barge into her lab, during the struggle, she gets injected with the serum and ends up forgetting everything, including her identity. By the time Vader finds her, she can only vaguely remember that she used to be a brilliant scientist, once.
  • Ax-Crazy:
  • Big Bad: Of Books 11-13 of Jedi Apprentice.
  • Bitch in Sheep's Clothing: Wow, so her company saved a low-tech world from a viral outbreak? She bio-engineered food for a planet that was starving from famine? She sounds like a great gal... except she started those problems in the first place so she could be featured in the spotlight.
  • Depending on the Artist: Essential Reader's Guide depicts her as blonde rather than redheaded. Everything else depicts her as the latter.
  • Evil Genius: Seems pretty self-explanatory.
  • Evil Redhead: Or in Essential Reader's Guide, an evil blonde, but that's not a trope here anymore.
  • Evilutionary Biologist: Bacteria, viruses, chemical weaponry...
  • Fate Worse than Death: Her memory is wiped, and she loses knowledge of all her experiments, and the fact that she was once a brilliant scientist. Perhaps fortunately for her, Vader executes her soon afterwards for failing to provide him the serum that was meant for him.
  • For Science!: Her main motivation.
  • Hot Scientist: She's not too shabby of a sight.
  • It's All About Me: She expects to be rewarded and hailed as a hero for helping others.
  • Jerkass Victim: No one else is too upset about her fate.
  • Mad Scientist
  • Mercy Kill: Arguably, since the worst way for her to go out is forgetting everything she learned, Vader killing her in rage was probably something her old self would've wanted.
  • Villain with Good Publicity: Initially.
  • Would Hurt a Child
  • You Have Failed Me: Courtesy of Darth Vader.

    Granta Omega 

Granta Omega

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Species: Human

Homeworld: Telos IV

Appears in: Jedi Quest

"I have, let's see — one, two, four, eight Jedi, all sent to capture little old me."

Xanatos' illegitimate son, Granta Omega is a Force Blank: a being with no connection whatsover to the living Force. Having inherited his father's wealth, and his hatred for the Jedi, Omega embarks on a campaign against the Jedi Order and the Old Republic. He makes several attempts to kill Obi-Wan and Anakin, arranges massacres and flare-ups across the galaxy, and takes down several other Jedi along the way, before meeting his end at Obi-Wan's hands.



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