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- "The Inquisitorius. A project of mine, long planned. Slaves to the light side once, now awake. Hunters, one and all."—Darth Sidious
A group of warriors trained in the Dark Side who are tasked with hunting down surviving Jedi and apprehending or recruiting Force-sensitive individuals.
- Ace Custom: They all fly TIE Advanced fighters.
- Ambiguous Situation:
- It is currently unknown how many Inquisitors there are, but All There in the Manual has stated that there are as many as twelve.
- In Uprising, the Smuggler can take an optional series of sidequests that will turn them into a Jedi. However, the NPCs mention the presence of "The Inquisitor" nearby and that the Smuggler will have to fight them soon (though with the game's cancellation, this never happens). It's unknown if this is considered canon to the actual story, as the only reason why these sidequests exist is because of Rule of Cool for players.
- Dark Lord of the Sith shows the Inquisitors first introduced in Rebels looking the same as they did a decade and a half ago. Could either be a case of Bizarre Alien Biology since none of them are human, or The Ageless (or they at least age very slowly) through unknown causes.
- Word of God that the Inquisitors had roots as former Jedi, but was vague enough to be interpreted as not applying to all of them. It wasn't clear until Dark Lord of the Sith, where it gets outright confirmed that yes, all of the Inquisitors were former Jedi. It was implied in Rebels and by
- Interestingly, at the time of this writing, we have yet to learn about the Second, Third, and Fourth Inquisitors. In Dark Lord of the Sith, they were not present at Vader and the Inquisition's first meeting, yet the Grand Inquisitor and their upper-numbered brethren were. It's been confirmed by Henry Gilroy that there is indeed at least a Second Inquisitor and a Fourth Inquisitor, but the fact remains that we currently don't know their whereabouts. Gilroy would later say that the Inquisitors were supposed to return in Rebels, which suggests that at least the Second and the Fourth Inquisitors might still be alive.
- In an interview regarding "Twilight of the Apprentice", Dave Filoni stated that all of the Inquisitors are now dead. Whether or not he means all of the Inquisitors present at Malachor or the entire organization is unknown.
- An Arm and a Leg: After being introduced to the Inquisitors, Vader cuts off one of their arms each except for the Grand Inquisitor's to teach them loss, just as he had.
- Asskicking Equals Authority: Implicitly, rank is tied to ability. After the death of the Grand Inquisitor, the Seventh Sister comments that they've been searching for the Jedi responsible, presumably to take his place by bringing them in.
- Awesome, but Impractical: Their double-ended, rotating lightsabers. The circular hilt is a huge target that more than once is destroyed by the Inquisitor's enemy, and being only the length of a single blade hilt removes the leverage that a standard double-ended saber would allow. They also have a single-blade mode where the circle retracts to a simple finger guard on the hilt; in theory this allows them to switch modes depending on the situation, but once they're in double mode they almost never switch back.
- Canon Immigrant: The Inquisitiorius originated in Star Wars Legends. Rebels brings them back into the canon.
- Cool Helmet: Each Inquisitor gets their own custom helmet, often with a mask. They appear to be modeled upon Vader's, although in the Inquisitors' cases, they aren't necessary for their survival.
- The Grand Inquisitor has a unique fighter pilot helmet that he wears when piloting his personal TIE Advanced. And he has a white helmet as the Sentinel.
- The Second Sister has a helmet bearing a strong resemblance to Darth Vader's.
- The Sixth Brother has a helmet with a blast shield.
- The Seventh Sister's has a retractable mask.
- The Eighth Brother's bears some similarities to both Darth Vader's and Kylo Ren's.
- The Ninth Sister's is a light helmet with three protrusions: one at the top of her head, and the others on the side of her head, at eye level. Additionally, she sports some cool shades.
- The Unidentified Female Inquisitor's has a visor that covers her eyes and nose.
- Averted with the Fifth Brother, who has a hat similar to a montera or kasa; the Tenth Brother, who goes without any headgear at all; and the Unidentified Twi'lek Inquisitor, whose headgear only protects his lekku, the sides of his face, and has a breathing mask.
- Cool Starship: They fly TIE Advanced fighters, similar to Darth Vader.
- Darth Vader Clone: Justified, as they were trained by, and answer directly to, Vader himself. Also, they all share a lot in common with him. Dressed in black? Check. Red lightsabers? Check. Former jedi? Check. Adepts of the dark side? Check. Having ominous, sinister music play whenever they show up? Check. Being The Dreaded across the empire? Check. Mutilated and Scarred? Check. Serving The Empire? Check. Serving a master dressed in black whos more powerful than them? Check. Said master treats them like crap? Check. Badass masks? Check for some of them, but not all of them. Commanding their own personal army of Red Shirts? Check(They command the inquisitor/purge troopers, just like how Vader commands the 501st legion). Tall and imposing? Check for most of them. Fell to the dark side because they lusted after knowledge and power? Check for the Grand Inquisitor, at least(sure, Vader and the Grand Inquisitor had different reasons for seeking the power of the dark side, but it doesnt change the fact that they both fell to the dark side by being tempted with the same thing, as in the promise of gaining power and knowledge).
- Determinator: Failure is not an option for them. They try extremely persistently to capture the Jedi, and Ezra had to accept that nothing short of killing them is gonna stop them.
- Doomed by Canon: Dave Filoni states that the Inquisitorius organization would be no more by the time of A New Hope, as Tarkin states in that film that Vader is "all that's left of [the Jedi's] religion," which Filoni believes also includes the Dark Side of the Force (the Emperor's status as a Sith Lord is kept a secret to most of the Empire).
- Double Weapon: Inquisitor lightsabers are specially designed so that the user can wield them with a single or double blade.
- Everything's Better with Spinning: Their lightsabers can spin on an axis. This is less impressive than it sounds. While it's great for intimidation of inexperienced Jedi (who form the majority of the galaxy's surviving Jedi as it is), it's not too practical in a battle against a seasoned Jedi. The Grand Inquisitor learns this the hard way when at the end of the first season of Rebels, Kanan overcomes his fear of him and bests him almost the moment he tries the spinning tactic.
- Elite Mooks: It's stated that they are not Sith, despite being trained in the ways of The Dark Side (Kanan and Ezra can tell the difference) — they're more akin to the Dark Jedi of Legends. Palpatine keeps them from becoming as powerful as a Sith, since he is wary of being overthrown. This also makes them immune to the Sith's Rule of Two. As demonstrated by Ahsoka's fight with the Fifth Brother and Seventh Sister, they aren't quite up to the ability of a seasoned Jedi, though more than capable of handling Padawans that survived the purge. As shown in "Twilight of the Apprentice", they're no match for a rogue Sith Lord.
- Equal-Opportunity Evil: The notoriously xenophobic Empire employs inquisitors of various species. To boot, four (nearly half of the canonical inquisitors revealed) are women.
- Evil Wears Black: Inquisitor armor tends to be rather dark in color.
- FaceHeel Turn:
Dave Filoni: I would imagine that coming out of the prequel era — fans might not believe this, but I think its true — that there were some Jedi that were so affected by the Clone War that they would try to barter their life for loyalty to the Dark Side. I dont think its out of the question. I think its perfectly in play, though we havent done that at this point. Mostly because it gets into kind of gray areas and I worry wed have to be very clear about why and who is doing that.
- According to Dave Filoni, some of these inquisitors were once Jedi themselves, having willingly forsaken the Order and the Light Side in exchange for their lives and servitude to the Empire. As revealed in "Shroud of Darkness", the Grand Inquisitor was one such Jedi.
- Dark Lord of the Sith confirms that yes, every inquisitor we've met thus far was a Jedi who likely turned to the Dark Side of their own free will.
- Their mooks, the Inquisitor Troopers, were clone troopers from the final production line.
- Instant Flight: Just Add Spinning!: "Twilight of the Apprentice" shows that they can fly short distances by using their spinning sabers as helicopter rotors. However, Word of God makes clear this is only possible in Dark Side hotspots.
- In-Series Nickname: The Inquisitors are usually referred to as "Red Blades". Maul was even mistaken for an Inquisitor because of this.
- Knight of Cerebus: The only reason the Inquisitorius exists is to hunt down Jedi who survived Order 66. They're trained by Darth Vader himself.Pablo Hidalgo: We all took care to make sure our villains have real presence and our heroes just can't walk all over him. This isn't like cartoons I grew up with in the 80s where youd have the villain lose every week and yet every week we'd have to believe he's some sort of threat. When The Inquisitor shows up, it means something significant and it's a definite challenge for our heroes.
- Known Only by Their Nickname: Thus far, most inquisitors have been referred to only by their titles, or even simply as "The Inquisitor" (which makes sense for the leader, because he's not just an inquisitor, he's the Grand Inquisitor). Sixth Brother, Ninth Sister, and Tenth Brother are the exceptions to this rule in canon thus far, with Ferren Barr having revealed their names in order to turn their clones against them.
- Loophole Abuse: Their existence is an organized way for the Sith to have Dark Side servants and bypass the Rule of Two, as they're technically not Sith, nor will they be trained to the power level of a Sith.
- Malevolent Masked Men: Most of them wear masks, and they're all definitely pretty bad individuals.
- Mutant Draft Board: Aside from their task of killing fugitive Jedi, the other purpose of the Inquisitorius is to take in young Force users to raise as future Inquisitors (or something else...), and these children are often taken in by force.
- Mysterious Past: We know almost nothing about them other than that Palpatine has been planning it for a while and he somehow got a hold of Force-users that used to be in the light. We can't even assume that it's been around ever since two years into the Clone Wars (as the Grand Inquisitor was still the Sentinel at the time and was present during Ahsoka/Barriss's trial), because who knows where the other Inquisitors came from and when.
- Non-Uniform Uniform: The Inquisitors all wear similar black armor in their own styles.
- Noodle Incident: In Ahsoka, the Grand Inquisitor reports to Vader that they've "found another Jedi" after the late Sixth Brother's encounter with Ahsoka. Ahsoka takes place only a year after the fall of the Republic, and the Inquisitors have had very minimal experience with Jedi in this point of the timeline as well. Turns out he may be referring to Jocasta, who they had confronted shortly after the rise of the Empire.
- Not Brainwashed: Initially, it was implied that the Inquisitors were at least brainwashed to some extent, but Dark Lord of the Sith would later reveal that most if not all of them are aware they were former Jedi and knowingly left the Order to join the Dark Side. Why they fell in the first place, however, is whole other matter that has yet to be answered at the time of this writing.
- Obviously Evil: As if the fact that they're employed by the Galactic Empire wasn't clue enough, they're trained in the ways of The Dark Side, they wield red lightsabers, they wear black uniforms (although custom-made ones), and they're accompanied by...
- Ominous Latin Chanting: Their Leitmotif is composed of this. Fitting, really.
- Pragmatic Villainy: The Inquisitors are (thus far) the exception to the Empire's Fantastic Racism. The Empire espouses racism against nonhumans. It's noted that Agent Kallus looks upon them with disdain (for other reasons, not because of their species), yet all Inquisitors to this point have been aliens. This is likely because they are individuals who possess exceptional skill and are capable of using the Force. They even have the authority to commandeer other Imperial forces, if need be.
- Red and Black and Evil All Over: With their black uniforms and red lightsabers, the Inquisitorius makes it obvious to all that they're a less-than-benevolent organization.
- Shrouded in Myth: The Inquisitorius is a highly secretive organization, with few knowing of where they actually came from. Dark Lord of the Sith reveals that at least ten Inquisitors existed the year after the Clone Wars ended, suggesting that — unless Darth Vader trained his Inquisitor students rather quickly — they may have been around for longer than the foundation of the Empire. Some of this could be explained by the fact that the Grand Inquisitor defected from the Jedi Order and joined their ranks around the time of Order 66, and it is implied that others followed suit.
- Small Role, Big Impact: Despite being The Heavy for Rebels as a whole, the Inquisitorius makes few real appearances. The creators stated they did this on purpose so they don't feel like 1980's cartoon villains that fail every week. Instead, they rarely appear, because when they do, it's a major challenge to the heroes: they're arc villains, not enemies of the week. The Grand Inquisitor only appears for a little over half of the first season before biting the dust, but his death drives the plot of the series forward as more Inquisitors are sent after the Ghost crew. In addition, he inadvertently helps Ezra tap into the Dark Side and makes Kanan completely accept his role as Ezra's master.
- Spin to Deflect Stuff: While their lightsabers are spinning, it serves as an effective blaster bolt shield.
- Standard Evil Organization Squad: They're an organization with a dedicated purpose, (semi) similar uniforms, and a standardized hierarchy.
- Throwing Your Sword Always Works: Completely justified, as their lightsabers are spinning discs and they have the Force to control it.
- Villains Out Shopping: At one point in the Darth Vader comic, they're all seen brooding around in the break room while two of them do a drinking game for every Jedi they've killed.
- What Happened to the Mouse?: After the events on Malachor, Vader and the Inquisitors mysteriously stop chasing after Kanan and Ezra. Apparently, the Inquisitorius is still active according to Word of God (at least in the form of a Second and Fourth, who will become future adversaries), and early on in Season 3, Kanan and Ezra imply that they haven't seen any Inquisitors go after them since then. If the novel Thrawn is of any indication, the Emperor let Thrawn take over the rebel problem, relieving Vader and by extension, the Inquisitorius.
- Would Hurt a Child: As far as the Inquisitorius is concerned, age is no object: as long as you're a target or in the way, your life is expendable.
- In their first battle, the Grand Inquisitor makes it clear he intends to kill Ezra if the boy doesn't submit."I do so admire your persistence. Ready to die?"
- The Seventh Sister hunts Ezra and Sabine in her debut appearance, then tortures Ezra and threatens to mutilate him if he doesn't give her information about Ahsoka Tano. Later, she relishes the thought of slowly torturing both Ezra and Sabine to death.
- When Ezra and Sabine accidentally run into the Fifth Brother, he simply ignites his lightsaber and gives them a Slasher Smile.
- The Eighth Brother was definitely going to cut Ezra's fingers off to take the holocron, child or not.
- The Unidentified Female Inquisitor held Eeth Koth's child by the head, and while not as actively malicious as the previous examples, that could hurt the baby.
- In their first battle, the Grand Inquisitor makes it clear he intends to kill Ezra if the boy doesn't submit.
- You Are Number 6: With the exception of the Grand Inquisitor, they're referred to by number. "The Future of the Force" indicates it's a ranking system, as the Fifth Brother emphasizes "Seventh" when he insists on leading the search, to the Seventh Sister's annoyance. Supported by implications in "Twilight of the Apprentice", when Seventh and Fifth decide to let Eighth confront the Jedi so to serve as bait. Seventh discusses this right after he leaves and both smirk, suggesting that they look down on him for being lower-ranked.
Grand Inquisitor (The Sentinel)
An Inquisitor tasked by Darth Vader to hunt down any remaining Jedi after Order 66. He held the rank of Grand Inquisitor, making him the highest-ranked of the Inquisitors at the time.
- Awesomeness by Analysis: He is able to surmise quite a bit of information about his opponent by simply fighting them, such as how he knew Kanan specialized in Form III of Soresu. It helps that he analyzes any available information about his opponents before any skirmish.
- Badass Boast: The above quote, which is said to Ezra. In fact, most of his dialogue towards his opponents is some form of this.
- Bald of Evil: He can't really help it, since Pau'ans can't grow hair.
- Be Careful What You Wish For: According to Palpatine, he fell because as the Sentinel, he was upset that someone of his skill still wasn't allowed access to the greater Jedi Archives, and he always wanted to do so because he wants to learn more. As an Inquisitor, no one is stopping him from learning more (except for Palpatine), but at the cost of getting badly reprimanded if he fails his new masters.
- Better to Die than Be Killed: In "Fire Across the Galaxy", he commits suicide rather than incur Vader's wrath.
- Black Eyes of Evil: His sclera are jet black, all but marking him as an antagonist.
- Boring, but Practical: He uses the Inquisitorius' gimmicky rotating lightsaber as just that, a gimmick to be used occasionally to get an advantage in certain situations. Normally, he relies on more standard swordplay to overcome his enemies.
- Cold-Blooded Torture: He comes close to torturing Kanan to death with Kallus' help while under Tarkin's supervision.
- Combat Pragmatist: He's a skilled swordsman, but if it serves his purposes he's not beyond just Force-throwing his opponents.
- Curb-Stomp Battle: He was able to maintain the upper hand in his fight with Kanan without taking his opponent too seriously, although both Kanan and Ezra were able to escape.
- Dark Is Evil: In contrast to Tion Medon, a Pau'an that was a heroic figure in spite of his creepy appearance, the Inquisitor is every bit as evil as he looks.
- Death Equals Redemption: He reappears in Season Two as the temple guardian Light Side Force spirit, and uses the last of his powers to hold off the other Inquisitors. Judging by his use of past tense in that episode (you are what I once was), it's implied he found peace in death.
- Disc-One Final Boss: He's the most powerful threat to the crew of the Ghost in the first season, but he is ultimately killed off as the rebels face larger threats — including Wilhuff Tarkin and Darth Vader.
- Disney Villain Death: He drops himself into a burning reactor. The shot is angled from below, making sure his landing is off-camera.
- The Dragon: He's essentially Darth Vader's attack dog, but in the Outer Rim, he answers to Tarkin. He gets the most respect from Tarkin during the final arc of the first season and serves as his most direct enforcer.
- The Dreaded: Made very clear by Ezra's visions of him constantly attacking him and killing Kanan in "Path of the Jedi". He's also this to Kanan until the season finale, and once Kanan overcomes his fear, he's submitted to a Curbstomp Battle.
- Driven to Suicide: See Better to Die than Be Killed.
- Dual Wielding: He disarms Kanan at one point and wields his lightsaber along with his own.
- Early-Bird Cameo: Word of God was that he appeared in The Clone Wars masked as a Jedi Temple Guard, and was one of the guards who apprehended Barriss Offee and took her to Ahsoka's trial.
- Elite Mooks: He has special forces units under his command, including his own squadron of TIE pilots with their own unique uniforms and noticeably improved combat performance over standard TIE pilots. There's the other Inquisitors as well.
- Even Evil Has Standards:
- He's pretty confused and angry when Palpatine gets him and Vader to meet by almost killing each other (or rather, almost killing the Grand Inquisitor) without explaining who the other is until Vader is about to finish off the Grand Inquisitor.
- He protests against Vader chopping off the arms of the other Inquisitors, because he sees no point to it.
- Everyone Calls Him "Barkeep": Promotional materials, and the official Star Wars Databank, simply refer to him as "the Inquisitor", even though his position is one that several others have. This is because he's the Grand Inquisitor.
- Evil Brit: He is one of the few alien characters in Star Wars to have a British accent; undoubtedly because he's a relatively high ranking member of the Empire. Also, he's Obviously Evil, and voiced by Jason Isaacs.
- Evil Costume Switch: As the Sentinel, he wore white, pale grey, and gold armor, as opposed to the black and dark gray he wore as the Grand Inquisitor. His red facial tattoos were also an addition that followed his fall to the Dark Side.
- Evil Genius: He is highly intelligent and well-versed in information about his opponents, which he is able to utilize in an extremely effective manner.
- Exact Words: Possibly. He tells Kanan that he knows about Depa Billaba's fighting style because "the Temple archives were quite complete." He doesn't actually say he learned it from those archives, however, and The Reveal that he used to be a Temple Guard means that he could have known Billaba personally.
- Expy: His Awesomeness by Analysis trait often earns him comparisons with Grand Admiral Thrawn, except as a Sith acolyte. This is notable in that he isn't the only expy of Thrawn in Rebels, as Agent Kallus also shares traits with the Grand Admiral. Thrawn himself would later debut in the third season of Rebels.
- Face Death with Dignity: When he is defeated, he accepts his death calmly and falls to his demise.
- Facial Markings: He has red tattoos on his face. As the Sentinel, he only has the red marks on his cheeks, like other Pau'ans.
- Fallen Hero: As revealed by "Shroud of Darkness", he was a former Jedi Knight, and a Jedi Temple Guard.
- Famous Last Words: "There are some things far more frightening than death."
- Fate Worse than Death: Well aware of this trope, and it's why he commits suicide rather than report back to Tarkin and Vader after being defeated by Kanan and causing the destruction of the former's Star Destroyer.
- Faux Affably Evil: Is rather polite when dueling with Kanan and Ezra, though it's far from cordial.Inquisitor: I do so admire your persistence. Ready to die?
- The Heavy: He's not the Big Bad, but still the biggest and most frequent threat to the heroes in Season 1.
- Hoist by His Own Petard: He goads Ezra into tapping into the Dark Side, which Ezra then uses to help himself and Kanan escape.
- I Hate Past Me: While he doesn't seem to remember everything, Wistful Amnesia kicks in when he sees a Jedi Temple Guard uniform, and he bitterly says that he remembers "lies".
- Ink-Suit Actor: He looks a bit like his voice actor, Jason Isaacs.
- Interrogation By Torture: Inflicts this on Kanan in the last two episodes of Season 1.
- Jedi Mind Trick: He has a forceful version that causes considerable pain while extracting information, which he attempted to use on Kanan. Kanan let slip a few vague details, but his will held when the Inquisitor tried to dig for specifics.
- Join or Die: He's assigned to either corrupt any young Force sensitives he can find, or kill them if he can't.
- Just Toying with Them: He probably could have cut Kanan's head off if he really wanted to in his first duel with him, but he wanted him alive.
- Lean and Mean: As a Pau'an, he's one of the tallest characters in Rebels. Zeb Orrelios is only taller than him by a tenth of a meter. Darth Vader is only taller than him by an inch.
- Looks Like Orlok: Bald, bone white skin, with bad yellowish teeth. His Sith eyes certainly help.
- Master Swordsman: Very knowledgeable regarding lightsaber-wielding, and initially effectively unbeatable in this regard.
- Meaningful Name: His flagship is the Star Destroyer Relentless, and relentless is what the Inquisitor is.
- Memento MacGuffin: Defied. When he sees a Jedi Temple Guard uniform on display, he is reminded of something from his past, but he walks away and bitterly says that he only remembers "lies", so he's not too entirely keen on looking back at his life.
- Mook Lieutenant: He holds the position of Grand Inquisitor, making him the highest-ranked of the Inquisitors, which would mean he was the boss of the other inquisitors shown. After his death, there's a kind of power vacuum where the other Inquisitors try to usurp his title.
- Monochromatic Eyes: As the Sentinel, his eyes are pale grey.
- My Death Is Just the Beginning: Makes it very clear to Kanan that he has no idea what he has unleashed by triumphing over him and the Empire.
- Mysterious Past: We don't even know his name, much less how he came to be in service of Vader. "Shroud of Darkness" clears up a bit of his story, but not much: he was once a Jedi Knight and a temple guardsman, although his fall to the dark side and rise to the position of Grand Inquisitor remain a mystery. Word of God says that his disillusionment can be traced back to him witnessing the proceedings of Ahsoka Tano's trial.
- Nice Job Fixing It, Villain!: He essentially causes this in "Fire Across the Galaxy" by seemingly killing Ezra, then gloating about it to Kanan's face.Kanan: That was a mistake.
Inquisitor: Why? Because you have no one left to die for you?
[Kanan, using the Force, summons his lightsaber to his hand and ignites both of his weapons]
Kanan: No . . . because I have nothing left to fear!
- No Name Given: His real name is never mentioned — and as a vision that Kanan faces, he is only known as "The Sentinel".
- Not So Different: He was arrogant enough to believe he should have the authority to read from the greater Jedi Archives, similar to Madame Jocasta, who takes pride in the information she finds and preserves in the Archives. Ironically, he hates Jocasta for restricting him from doing so.
- Obviously Evil: While not all Pau'ans are bad, they tend to be unnerving in appearance. The Inquisitor, however, is every bit as evil as he looks. We find out he was turned, and that he used to be a noble Pau'an Jedi.
- Off with His Head!: On Tarkin's orders, he beheads Aresko and Grint for their failures.
- Only Known by Their Nickname: "The Grand Inquisitor" is all we have.
- Pride: According to Palpatine, as a Sentinel, he believed he had enough skill to be merited entry into the greater Jedi Archives, which contributed to his fall to the Dark side.
- Red and Black and Evil All Over: The Inquisitor has gray skin with red Facial Markings, wears black armor, and wields a double-bladed red lightsaber.
- Royal Rapier: When using only one blade, his sword looks like this and his fighting style resembles fencing (as it is Makashi, like Count Dooku).
- Scary Teeth: As a Pau'an, he has a bunch of needle-sharp teeth. Justified in-universe as Pau'ans mostly being carnivorous.
- Soft-Spoken Sadist: He has a very smooth, calm voice.
- Starter Villain: He was a credible threat in the beginning, but mostly because of his resources. He's nowhere near as dangerous as Darth Vader, who had similiar resources but also the skills and frightening intelligence that the Grand Inquisitor lacked.
- Supernatural Gold Eyes: Symbolic of his allegiance to the Dark Side of the Force, he has yellow irises. They used to be grey.
- Worthy Opponent: At the end of the season, he relishes that by this point, Kanan and Ezra will be a fight worthy of his time. However, when Kanan faces him alone with dual lightsabers (and a pistol), the Inquisitor's slow smirk says it all about how he regards Kanan as this trope. Before their final clash, the Inquisitor gives Kanan the Makashi salute (much in the same vein as Count Dooku), a formal challenge of skill. Kanan returns it.Inquisitor: At last, a fight that might be worthy of my time!
- Wrecked Weapon: Kanan splits his lightsaber in half. Turns out Vader did it a decade and a half ago too.
- You Shall Not Pass!: His spirit pulls one in Lothal's Jedi Temple against the Inquisitors, allowing Kanan and the others to escape.
A former Jedi, now a vengeful and deceptive Inquisitor, embittered by the failures of the Jedi Order that she had trusted. She is sent to apprehend Jedi Padawan Cal Kestis after his survival is discovered.
- Alliterative Name: Second Sister.
- Early-Bird Cameo:
- She has an unnamed cameo in one panel of Darth Vader: Dark Lord of the Sith.
- She is mentioned in The Dark Side, which is currently only available in Spanish.
- Genius Bruiser: An expert lightsaber duelist with a preternatural ability to predict the behavior of her prey.
- The Heavy: Of Jedi: Fallen Order.
- The Quiet One: Compared to the rest of the Inquisitors, she doesn't seem to bother with the pleasantries and goes straight to trying to pursue and apprehend her targets. In her cameo appearance in Dark Lord of the Sith, she doesn't even say anything and leaves a room full of relaxing Inquisitors.
- The Smart Guy: She is described as such by Word of God.
- Super-Persistent Predator: While pursuing Cal, she jumps onto his ship in mid-flight and attempts to bring it down with her Force powers.
An Inquisitor of unknown species. After the Siege of Lothal, Vader charged him and the Seventh Sister to hunt down the crew of the Ghost.
- Aliens of London: The casting call for the Fifth Brother specifically called for someone who could do a Spanish or European accent, so this choice might mean that his species has Spanish/European influence.
- Always a Bigger Fish: He's killed by Maul.
- Ambition Is Evil: He wants to be Grand Inquisitor. Not as obvious as the Seventh's, but it's there.
- Animal Eyes: It's a Freeze-Frame Bonus, but his eyes have nictitating membranes. Unlike normal membranes, he has two instead of one.
- Blind Weaponmaster: Implied in the show, and confirmed by Word of God.
- Blood Knight: He tries to kill Ezra without even bothering to interrogate him.
- Brains and Brawn: The Brawn to the Seventh Sister's Brains. He's willing to kill Ezra right off the bat and has to be told why he's of more use alive.
- The Brute: He's the biggest of the three Inquisitors introduced up until that point, and he generally prefers use of brute force over tactical thinking. The Seventh Sister mocks him for his lack of foresight. Physically, he can overpower Zeb.
- Continuity Nod: His design looks like it takes inspiration from the Cam Kennedy comics, with the hulking shape, sharp teeth, overall facial structure, sharp angles throughout, and color scheme resembling his signature style.
- Cutting the Knot:
- Favors the simple, direct approach. While effective, this clashes with the Seventh Sister. His straightforward moves are often sabotaged by her overcomplicated plots, while his bluntness and hammering often ruins her machinations. Knowing them, this is probably at least partially intentional.
- In the Dark Lord of the Sith, he's not happy with a fellow Inquisitor taking extra time to mess with the enemy as opposed to just completing the mission right then and there. It's implied that he ended up twisting this story in his report to Vader to get her in trouble.
- Dumb Muscle: He's huge and powerful, but not the brightest Inquisitor there is.
- Evil Duo: With the Seventh Sister.
- Force and Finesse: The Force to the Seventh Sister's Finesse. He uses his lightsaber far less than her, and those times he does use it are for straightforward attacks. He prefers to use the Force to send his opponents flying.
- Foreshadowing: He is blind and presumably uses the Force to see. Kanan ends up like this shortly after he dies.
- Grenade Hot Potato: He uses the Force to disarm Sabine's grenades, then throws them back at Zeb and Sabine, rearming them when they get close.
- Handicapped Badass: He appears to have some sort of cataracts, rendering him physically blind, but he can use the Force to sense others.
- Huge Guy, Tiny Girl: He is significantly taller and wider than the Seventh Sister. He is perhaps the tallest humanoid adult character in Rebels while she is the shortest.
- Informed Ability: He's the highest ranking Inquisitor introduced after Season One, implying him to be the most powerful. While he has a lot of brute strength, he's ultimately much less competent than the lower-ranking Seventh Sister, and fares extremely poorly against Ahsoka while his companion put up a small fight.
- Jerkass: Downplayed. Unlike the other Inquisitors, he doesn't bother with maintaining the illusion of being polite, instead opting to be blunt about whatever situation he's in. That being said, he doesn't go out of his way to be repulsive, either.
- Large and in Charge: He is one of the highest ranking Imperials on the show and he is freaking huge, being almost as tall as Zeb. Admiral Konstantine, who is of at least average height, looks like he is good half metre shorter than him. To put that in perspective, Darth Vader is only taller than the Grand Inquisitor by three centimeters — and the Grand Inquisitor was a full two metres in height.
- Monochromatic Eyes: Unlike most Darksiders, his eyes are a solid pale color. Word of God is that he is blind, so they might be cataracts.
- Nice Hat: A conical one reminiscent of Embo.
- Nice Job Fixing It, Villain!:
- In "Relics of the Old Republic", Kallus and Konstantine had the Rebels in their grasp, until he ordered Konstantine's Star Destroyer to rendezvous with his shuttle for no apparent reason, leaving Kallus without air support, allowing the Rebels to defeat him and escape. This is particularly silly because his shuttle has a hyperdrive, so he could have gone to them with no trouble.
- In a stunning case of Bond Villain Stupidity in the next episode, "Always Two There Are", he refuses help from Kallus and Konstantine, going on his own without the backup of the Star Destroyer. Then, when he manages to disable both Sabine and Zeb, he takes Sabine as a hostage but leaves Zeb to two of the Seventh Sister's droids, which results in Zeb escaping and saving Ezra and Sabine.
- Oh, Crap!:
- He briefly shows fear when he recognizes the Sentinel — that is to say, the Force vision of the Grand Inquisitor back when he was a Jedi — at Lothal's Jedi Temple.
- He and Eighth were doing pretty well against Kanan and Ahsoka in "Twilight of the Apprentice", up until Maul shows up and practically corners him. And then he dies.
- Pragmatic Villainy: Unlike the Seventh Sister or one of the female Inquisitors, he has little patience for them toying around with their victims and would rather get it over with it. He has a point, since it wastes time and gives their targets an opportunity to flee. On the other hand, he lacks subtlety, which makes things more difficult when they need to be planned ahead and performed more discretely.
- Pride: His key flaw as a soldier is that he overestimates his own abilities, refusing help from others even when it would benefit him.
- Scary Teeth: His teeth look rather shark-like and when he smiles, the effect is unsettling.
- Sensor Character: He was able to sense Ezra's presence on an abandoned space station some distance away from Kallus's Star Destroyer. Later on, when he was hunting Sabine, he was able to sense her and Zeb hiding behind some crates.
- Slasher Smile: He silently introduces himself to Sabine and Ezra with one as he ignites his lightsaber.
- Small Name, Big Ego: He called Konstantine's Star Destroyer away from an active mission just to tell him that he would deal with the Ghost crew on his own. He easily could have used lightspeed to reach the Star Destroyer itself, but he had them go to his presence just for the purposes of making an impression.
- Teeth-Clenched Teamwork: He has a low opinion of Kallus and Konstantine. The feeling is mutual.
- Villain Ball: Calling an active Star Destroyer away from a manhunt just so he could make an impression with his own arrival was an unbelievably stupid military strategy that cost the Empire three AT-ATs and the opportunity to apprehend or kill several wanted rebels. Then again, he may have done this deliberately as he wanted the credit for capturing the Rebels instead of Kallus.
- We ARE Struggling Together:
- He and the Seventh Sister are not just hunting rebel Force users. They are also competing against one another for a promotion. One suspects that part of the reason he tries to kill Ezra after the Seventh Sister had captured him is so that she wouldn't get the credit.
- It's implied that he told Vader that one of the Inquisitors let their target go (to screw with them before apprehending them) to get that Inquisitor in trouble. This results in that Inquisitor and another Inquisitor dying.
- We Hardly Knew Ye: Gets little characterization during his tenure on the show besides The Brute.
- The Worf Effect: When he goes up against Ahsoka along with the Seventh Sister in "The Future of the Force", Ahsoka is able to send him flying twice with almost no effort.
- Wrecked Weapon: Ahsoka slices his lightsaber out of his hand seconds before Maul kills him.
Sixth Brother (Bil Valen)
An Inquisitor of an unknown species who fought Ahsoka Tano a year after the rise of the Empire.
- The Brute: Described as such. He is said to swing wildly and is relying more on his strength than skill, so Ahsoka uses her Waif-Fu skills to its best use.
- Character Death: Ahsoka messes up the structure of his lightsaber hilt when she reaches out for his kyber crystals, exploding his lightsaber in front of his face.
- Chronic Backstabbing Disorder: While fleeing from their Inquisitor Troopers after Master Barr uses Order 66 on them, Sixth Brother slices off Ninth Sister's leg so that she can't run and leaves her for dead at the mercy of their troops.
- Color Motif: He has grey skin and his uniform is mostly grey. The protagonists, who don't know what his title is, call him "the grey creature".
- Cool Helmet: Has a black helmet with a blast shield, somewhat similar to the Eighth Brother's and the Grand Inquisitor's.
- Due to the Dead: When he dies, it occurs to Ahsoka that he may not be completely at fault in serving the dark side. She covers his face as an act of compassion.
- Early-Bird Cameo: The solicitation for Issue #7 cover (the issue after his debut) showed his arm and lightsaber while the rest of his body is conveniently offscreen.
- Expy: He looks similar to the Fifth Brother, having grey skin and being The Brute, as well as being of an unknown species. Mostly because of the Mythology Gag behind their designs.
- Good Scars, Evil Scars: He is described as having some kind of ritual scarring on his face.
- Icy Blue Eyes: Described as having such.
- Irony: His helmet has a blast shield, which would've protected his face from nearby explosions. It would've been useful if he had kept it on when he fought Ahsoka.
- Mythology Gag: Like the Fifth Brother, he is based off of concept art of a Knight of Ren for The Force Awakens.
- Pet the Dog: He makes a mental note of giving an Imperial officer a commendation in hopes of bettering the communicative relations between Imperials and Inquisitorius. He also factors in making the job easier for his Inquisitorius brothers and sisters.
- The Stoic: Implied. The first thing we see him doing is meditating while the other Inquisitors spar, and is seen calmly standing when meeting with the Grand Inquisitor, the Emperor, and Darth Vader (in contrast to the Seventh's impatient stature, Ninth's alertness, Fifth's apathy, and Eighth's eagerness).
- Terse Talker: He's not much of a talker, only speaking if he needs a report from an officer or such.
- Underestimating Badassery: He feels he has nothing to fear from Ahsoka because she is just a Jedi Padawan. Fans of The Clone Wars will know that Ahsoka is far more than a Padawan, in fact before leaving the order she was offered a promotion to full Jedi Knight.
- Walking Spoiler: His numerical rank reveals that there must at least be six Inquisitors already within a year of the Empire's establishment.
- Would Hurt a Child: His first scene has him on Thabeska investigating a report of a Force-sensitive child, having difficulty finding them due to the sheer number of Fardi cousins, and he muses about organizing an "accident" to kill all of them, which he doesn't do solely due to his orders being retrieval.Sadly, he didn't kill children. He only retrieved them for his masters.
- Wrecked Weapon: His lightsaber is destroyed when Ahsoka uses the Force to pull on the kyber crystals inside, causing it to explode.
An Inquisitor, the Seventh Sister utilizes ID9 seeker droids to hunt her prey and gain an advantage in battle. Ambitious for the rank of Grand Inquisitor, she joined the hunt alongside the Fifth Brother for the rebel Jedi without the spoken word of her master, Darth Vader.
- Alliterative Name: Seventh Sister.
- Always a Bigger Fish: She is killed by Maul.
- Ambition Is Evil: The reason for her Big Bad Wannabe behavior is because she wants to be Grand Inquisitor, now that there's a power vacuum.
- Big Bad Wannabe: At first, she seems to be building up as this, being the Inquisitor more focused on than the Fifth or the Eighth and is shown with more skill and brains than either, but this is ultimately for naught because Maul and Vader, the true Big Bads, get the spotlight after the former kills her.
- Black Eyes of Evil: Much like her predecessor her sclera are jet black, all but marking her as an antagonist.
- Brains and Brawn: The Brains to the Fifth Brother's Brawn. She chastises him for trying to kill Ezra without thinking ahead.
- Break the Haughty: The Seventh Sister, who has always thought highly of herself and laughed at Ezra's weakness for not killing enemies, ends up defeated by Maul and Ezra. Just when she gains a Hope Spot, Maul decides to finish her off himself.
- Collapsible Helmet: Her mask is retractable, likely using the Force.
- Combat Pragmatist: She uses a large group of Mimic Droids in addition to her lightsaber skills.
- Complexity Addiction: Both a strength and a weakness. While her skills for manipulation makes her very dangerous, it also makes her a poor partner for the Fifth Brother. His blunt straightforwardness keeps her plans from being as effective as they should be, while her penchant for mindgames ruin his attempts to resolve their problems simply.
- Dark Action Girl: It comes with being an Inquisitor.
- Dark Chick: Plays mindgames, flirts, and toys with her opponents, rather than relying on brute force or intimidation.
- Deadpan Snarker: Judging by what we have seen of her so far she is very, very sarcastic.Ezra: You're an Inquisitor!
Seventh Sister: Oh good, I don't have to explain it to you. So, you know what comes next?
- Drone Deployer: She uses a lot of Mimic Droids, which electrocute people and are capable of impersonating their voices.
- Evil Duo: With the Fifth Brother, though they initially did not expect the other to show up.
- Expy: Visually-speaking, she bears a strong resemblance to Barriss Offee apart from having different tattoos. Given all Inquisitors are former Jedi, and Barriss fell to the dark side, she might be the same person.
- Faux Affably Evil: She gets a kick out of acting polite and caring while mocking and torturing her victims.
- Femme Fatalons: She has claws on her gloves.
- Force and Finesse: The Finesse to the Fifth Brother's Force. She focuses more on lightsaber combat, mostly using the Force to overpower or pin an opponent she's already beaten.
- Force-Choke: By Maul. Ezra was supposed to take her down, but since he couldn't, Maul did it for him.
- Gory Discretion Shot: Her death. We see her scream as Maul's lightsaber flies at her, it cuts to Ezra reacting in shock, and then a shot of her lightsaber falling and what's implied to be only the lower half of her body falling to her knees and collapsing.
- Green-Skinned Space Babe: A typical trait for the Mirialan species.
- Half the Man He Used to Be: Maul bisects her at the torso.
- Huge Guy, Tiny Girl: She isn't really tiny, she is about average height, but considering how the Fifth Brother is so damn big it has this effect.
- Just Toying with Them: As her main target is Ahsoka, she likes playing cat and mouse with Kanan and Ezra.
- Manipulative Bastard: She is described as conniving, manipulative, and a master of deception.
- No Sense of Personal Space: She gets uncomfortably close to anyone she's interrogating, usually in the form of lovingly caressing their face.
- Oh, Crap!:
- Older Than They Look: When we meet her in Rebels, she appears to be in her twenties, like Kanan and Hera. Dark Lord of the Sith reveals that she looked the same as she did a decade and a half ago, meaning either Mirialans age slower than humans or her age has been artificially halted.
- Parrot Pet Position: She usually has a Mimic Droid riding her shoulder.
- Personal Space Invader: Gets very close to Ezra while interrogating him.
- Psychopathic Manchild: There's a certain immaturity to her demeanor that only makes her more terrifying.
- Sadist: While most Imperials are callous bastards drunk on their own power, the Seventh Sister clearly enjoys hurting others and getting attention from it. She plays cruel mind games with Ezra and amuses herself by stirring up trouble or hurting people.
- Scarily Competent Tracker: Goes hand-in-hand with being a Manipulative Bitch, which makes her much more dangerous than the Grand Inquisitor. She's got probe droids that scour old Republic bases to look out for Rebel activity.
- Shock and Awe: Her Mimic Droids can electrocute whatever they touch.
- The Smurfette Principle: The only female Inquisitor introduced in Rebels.
- Spikes of Villainy: Her lightsaber ring has spiky protrusions, compared to the Grand Inquisitor's more utilitarian design.
- Supernatural Gold Eyes: She has the typical Darksider yellow irises.
- Tattoo as Character Type: Like all Mirialans. Notably, hers are rather minimalist compared to Mirialan Jedi.
- The Vamp: She's quite beautiful and she knows it, hence why she tries to flirt with Kanan on one occasion.
- Villain Takes an Interest: She implies in conversation that she would be up to training Ezra herself, should he turn. Apart from it being an Inquisitor's job to recruit Force-sensitive children, she uses the absence of other prominent Jedi in the galaxy as a justification for this.
- Villainesses Want Heroes: She's somewhat flirtatious with Ezra, although her doing the same with others shows that she's doing it just to mess with him. She does seem to genuinely find Kanan attractive, when admitting she prefers brains to Kanan's good looks.
- Voice of the Legion: Even with her voice-altering mask off, there's an unnatural reverb to her voice. It might have to do with being corrupted by the Dark Side.
- Voice Changeling: Her Mimic Droids can copy any voice they've heard, even the droidspeak of other droids.
- We ARE Struggling Together: She and the Fifth Brother are actively competing against each other since the Grand Inquisitor's death opened up opportunities for advancement in the Inquisitorius.
- We Hardly Knew Ye: Dies without much characterization or backstory.
- Why Did You Make Me Hit You?: While trying to Mind Rape Ezra, she tells him that he is making her do this by not telling her what she needs to know.
- The Worf Effect:
- When she goes up against Ahsoka in "The Future of the Force", she can't land a hit, and Ahsoka goes so far as to deliberately lower her guard so the Seventh Sister has an opening, only to catch her lightsaber mid-swing, deactivate it, then take it from her before Force-pushing her into a pillar hard enough to crack it.
- She's at least able to hold her own against Ahsoka, even though the more experienced ex-Jedi is clearly the superior fighter. In contrast, she and the other Inquisitors are forced to straight up run away from Maul, who later kills her effortlessly after Ezra refuses to do it.
- You Have Outlived Your Usefulness: Invokes this by indicating she plans to kill Ezra and Sabine once they have served as bait to lure in Ahsoka and Kanan.Seventh Sister: Once we have the others, we'll dispose of these two . . . very slowly.
Species: Terrelian Jango Jumper
An Inquisitor sent to investigate rumors of Darth Maul's presence on Malachor.
- Bizarre Sexual Dimorphism: While female Terrelian Jango Jumpers have human-like hands and feet (though the last one may be hard to tell due to footwear), the Eighth Brother's hands have two fingers and two thumbs each and he has tridactyl feet.
- Chainsaw Good: Has a buzzsaw built into his lightsaber's hilt.
- Combat Pragmatist: Uses ambushes, hit and run tactics and explosives to even the odds in a fight against Ahsoka, Ezra and Kanan.
- Cool Helmet: Bearing some similarities to both Darth Vader's and Kylo Ren's.
- Disney Villain Death: He tries to fly off on his damaged saber, only for it to snap in two and send him plummeting to the ground.
- Does Not Like Shoes: Unlike most of the other Inquisitors, he doesn't wear any protective footwear aside from some toeless foot-gloves.
- Epic Fail: Tries to fly away using his Wrecked Weapon. This works as well as you'd expect. Although it was a bit better of an option than staying there.
- The Faceless: It's never shown what his face looks like beneath his mask. His character model sheet, however, indicates that his helmet is meant to be removable in animation, unlike the ones of other characters wearing hats/helmets who have never taken them off.
- Last Episode, New Character: He first appears in the two-part finale of Season Two.
- Nobody Here but Us Statues: He's seen hiding among the plaster cast corpses of Malachor.
- Older Than They Look: Or, older than they act. He sounds young (especially since his voice actor often voices young men) and is implicitly looked down on for being younger & making bold and brash decisions. One could assume that he's in his twenties. Dark Lord of the Sith reveals that he's the same age as he was a decade and a half ago before the events of Rebels, meaning that either Terrelian Jango Jumpers age slowly, his age has been artificially halted, or he's always been a cocky Psychopathic Man Child.
- Spikes of Villainy: On his lightsaber.
- Stuff Blowing Up: Uses bombs for attacks from a distance when he still needs his lightsaber.
- Throw Down the Bomblet: He tosses bombs as a part of his personal arsenal.
- Voice of the Legion: Like the Seventh Sister, there's an odd reverb to his voice.
- We Hardly Knew Ye: Falls to his death in the same episode he's introduced.
- Wrecked Weapon: His lightsaber splits into two in mid-flight, thanks to Kanan slashing the ring mechanism just prior.
Ninth Sister (Masana Tide)
An Inquisitor that assisted Vader early on in his hunt for surviving Force-sensitives.
- Affably Evil: She's casual, even around Vader, even when he makes it clear that his patience is waning regarding it.
- The Brute: The largest known Inquisitor. This is lanpshaded as a problem later, as she cannot perform acrobatics like the smaller Inquisitors.
- Does Not Like Shoes: The Ninth Sister either goes barefoot or wears a foot-glove which goes with her legwear.
- Eye Scream: She lost her left eye to Vader.
- Gentle Giant: She claims she was one before she had her FaceHeel Turn.
- Ironic Name: In Xitsongu, "masana" means sunrise. Considering shes a Fallen Hero from the End of an Era, a sunset (which is also associated with twilight) would better fit her.
- Minion with an F in Evil: While accompanying Vader on a mission, she makes the minimum effort in helping him, believing that This Is Something He's Got to Do Himself. For example, when he comms her to give him her lightsaber when his gets destroyed by an EMP pulse, she hangs up on him and claims that the pulse wrecked her comm.
- They Just Don't Get It: She claims that her Force specialty is that she's a people-person. After talking to Vader, she remarks to herself that he doesn't even know himself; that he wants to fight because he wants to die.
- Turn the Other Cheek: She doesn't hold it against Vader for cutting out her eye, but it seems to be more that she's accepted that she can't do anything about it than not caring at all.
- Uncertain Doom: After Master Barr turns their Inquisitor Troopers against them using Order 66, Sixth Brother cuts off Ninth Sister's leg and leaves her for dead as he flees so that they go after her instead.
- Unfortunate Names: In Urdu, "masana" can mean bladder, cyst, or vesica.
Tenth Brother (Prosset Dibs)
An Inquisitor that, alongside the Sixth Brother and Ninth Sister, accompanied Vader in subjugating the early rebellion on Mon Cala.
For info on Prosset Dibs, see his entry on the Star Wars Fallen Jedi character page.
- Ambiguous Situation: It is currently unknown why he was absent from Vader's first introduction to the Inquisitorius.
- Deadpan Snarker: Upon arrival to Mon Cala.
- Dual Wielding: Unusually for an Inquisitor, he has two lightsabers. Whether this is a result of his Inquisitor lightsaber being cleaved in half (which has happened in the Loose Canon The Freemaker Adventures), he's an exception, or something else is currently unknown.
- Five-Second Foreshadowing: In Dark Lord of the Sith Issue #16, it gets mentioned that he has no eyes (in case you couldn't tell from the artstyle) and that he has excellent hearing to make up for it. It gets indirectly confirmed at the end of the issue that he is a Miraluka when Master Barr identifies him as Prosset Dibs.
- Nice Job Breaking It, Hero!: Mace turning in Prosset Dibs to the Jedi Council instead of letting him pursue his own path ultimately leads to Prosset becoming the Tenth Brother. In fairness, there's no telling if he still would've been troublesome if he had been let go anyways.
- Non-Standard Character Design: His outfit is more robe-like than what we've seen from Inquisitors so far, not to mention that he dual-wields.
- We Hardly Knew Ye: He is killed in the issue right after Master Barr reveals that he is Prosset Dibs.
- White Hair, Black Heart: He has white hair and is an Inquisitor.
An Inquisitor that, alongside the Fifth Brother and the Twi'lek Inquisitor, accompanied Vader in confronting Eeth Koth and abducting his newborn.
- Amazing Technicolor Population: She's of a red-skinned species. Combine that with her Creepy Long Fingers and sadism, and you've this demon-like woman.
- Creepy Long Fingers: Not that she can help it, likely being a characteristic of her species, though she does the "creepy" part on her own.
- Development Gag: Concept art for the Seventh Sister once depicted her as having red skin, which is presumably what this Inquisitor is based off of.
- Hidden Depths: When Vader lashes out at them for hanging out, she and the Twi'lek Inquisitor decide after that they'd rather try to kill him and get their freedom instead of going back to resolve the matter, since they'd probably be killed or worse.
- Sadist: When Eeth Koth's wife asks her "woman to woman" to let her and her baby go, this Sister gives them a Hope Spot by letting them get to the ship. As the ship takes off, she uses the Force to steal the baby at the last second, causing great grief and distress to the mother. When asked why she did this by her fellow Inquisitors, she cites that this incident will forever scar the woman from ever trusting another woman or anyone ever again."I took her baby, and I took her soul."
- Villainous Friendship: With the Twi'lek Inquisitor. Apparently, they've set up a hobby to drink a local alcoholic beverage for each time they've killed a Jedi there. Turns out that for once in this organization, they do genuinely care about each other, as they defend each other from one of Vader's tantrums (as he wants to punish them for their camaraderie) and flee together.
- Would Hurt a Child: Doesn't care about the well-being of Eeth Koth's newborn daughter, and at one point, she carries her by her head between her Creepy Long Fingers.
An Inquisitor that, alongside the Fifth Brother and a female Inquisitor, accompanied Vader in confronting Eeth Koth and abducting his newborn.
- Amazing Technicolor Population: Interestingly, he's the only black-skinned Twi'lek we've ever seen in Star Wars.
- Hidden Depths:
- While Vader attacks him and the red-skinned Inquisitor for doing a drinking game, the Twi'lek Inquisitor blocks Vader's attempted strike at his Sister. Later, she says that she was surprised and touched that he would do that for her.
- When Vader lashes out at them for hanging out, she and the Twi'lek Inquisitor decide after that they'd rather try to kill him and get their freedom instead of going back to resolve the matter, since they'd probably be killed or worse.
- I Die Free: His last words before Vader telekinetically forces him and his partner to perform a Mutual Kill."And at least now we'll be fr--"
- Villainous Friendship: With the unidentified female Inquisitor. Apparently, they've set up a hobby to drink a local alcoholic beverage for each time they've killed a Jedi there. Turns out that for once in this organization, they do genuinely care about each other, as they defend each other from one of Vader's tantrums (as he wants to punish them for their camaraderie) and flee together.
A squad of clone troopers assigned to help the Inquisitorius hunt down any remaining Jedi.
- Elite Mooks: Serve as this in Jedi: Fallen Order, being elite Stormtroopers who will likely be far more difficult to defeat than the regular Stormtroopers, who can easily be OHKO'd.
- Evil Wears Black: Unlike the white armor worn by their fellow clones, the armor of the Purge Troopers are black with red details.
- Facial Markings: All of them have a red tattoo on the right side of their faces.
- Last of His Kind: As far as we know, they are the last batch of Jango Fett's clones ever produced (although not the last to ever exist, that honor going to Kix), being born just after Order 66. Ferren Barr uses this against them by activating Order 66 on them, causing them to betray their masters. Only one Purge Trooper survives the resulting carnage, thus becoming the last of his kind as well.
- One Steve Limit: In canon, the title "Purge Troopers" also refers to a group of elite Stormtroopers who worked in the Anoat sector following the Emperor's death.
- Suspiciously Similar Substitute: They share more than a few similarities with the Empire's Death Troopers.