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Members of the Jedi Order during the Rise of the Empire Era.

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    In general 

  • Achilles in His Tent: They did this a lot in the distant past, sitting out a good thousand years of a fascistic theocracy ruling the Republic wondering whether or not to get involved. When they finally did, they helped end said theocracy.
  • Action Politician: During the Republic Dark Ages, there was a long time where the Supreme Chancellor was exclusively a Jedi.
  • Badass Army: Actually had an army one thousand years before A New Hope, the Army of Light. After the Ruusan Reformation, they disbanded it, partly to help allay concerns about the Jedi ruling the Republic.
  • Create Your Own Villain: A major offender. Nearly every major dark side user in history is a fallen Jedi of some kind. Even when the Jedi start getting wise to this, they never actually find a way to prevent it. Hell, the very existence of the Sith Order came about because the Jedi decided to spare a handful who fell. And, of course, there's Darth Vader...
  • Good Is Not Nice: "Guardians of peace and justice" they may be, but they can be arseholes about what they do. By the time of the prequel trilogy, standard Jedi recruitment policy was to take children from their families, occasionally without even asking, and if the kids wash out of training (or get kicked out), rather than, say, send them home, ship their asses off to some no-name planet to work as farmers.
  • Knight Templar: When it comes to the Sith. And not without justification. Though some Jedi have been known to get a little too pre-emptive about it, and there comes the Dark Side.
  • Laser Sword: The lightsaber.
  • The Purge: Happens to them a lot.
  • The Stoic: The Jedi way teaches detachment. Actual success rates may vary.
  • You Are Not Ready: The Jedi Archives on Coruscant had restrictions preventing padawans from getting access to them, in order to prevent outbreaks of Sith.

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Jedi Council

    Adi Gallia 

Adi Gallia

Species: Tholothian (Corellian parents)

Homeworld: Coruscant

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 | Obsession

In 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.
  • Ascended Extra: A background Jedi Council member with zero lines, she later became the main protagonist of her own game, Jedi Starfighter.

    Agen Kolar 

Agen Kolar

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Species: Zabrak

Homeworld: Coruscant

Portrayed by: Tux Akindoyeni

A Zabrak Jedi who accompanied Mace Windu, Kit Fisto, and Saesee Tinn in confronting Palpatine.


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

    Coleman Trebor 

Coleman Trebor

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Species: Vurk

Homeworld: Sembla

Portrayed by: CGI

A 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.

    Depa Billaba 

Depa Billaba

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Species: Human

Homeworld: Chalacta

Voiced by: Amanda Moody (Obi-Wan), Diane Michelle (Galactic Battlegrounds)
Portrayed by: Dipika O'Neill Joti
Appears in: Tales | Jedi Council: Acts of War | Cloak of Deception | Obi-Wan | The Phantom Menace | Republic | Jedi Apprentice | Zam Wesell | Attack of the Clones | Galactic Battlegrounds | Shatterpoint

Once one of Mace Windu's most accomplished students, Depa Billaba was the daughter that the Jedi Master never had. Unfortunately, following her deployment to Haruun Kal early in the Clone Wars, Depa snapped and went mad. Falling under the influence of tribal leader Kar Vastor, Depa butchered civilians as part of her plan to drive the Separatists out, railing about how in order to defeat their enemies and save the Republic, the Jedi would have to descend to the level of their enemies.

For tropes on her portrayal in the reboot continuity, see Star 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 there 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.
  • Master Swordsman: A gender-inverted example. She's just as good as, if not better than, Mace Windu himself.
  • The Mentally Ill: In Shatterpoint, 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.
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    Eeth Koth 

Eeth Koth

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Species: Zabrak

Homeworld: Nar Shaddaa

Portrayed by: Hassani Shapi

For tropes on his portrayal in the reboot continuity, see Star Wars Jedi Council.


    Even Piell 

Even Piell

For tropes on his portrayal in the reboot continuity, see Star Wars Jedi Council.


    Ki-Adi-Mundi 

Ki-Adi-Mundi

See his entry on the Star Wars Theatrical Legends page.

    Kit Fisto 

Kit Fisto

Species: Nautolan

Homeworld: Glee Anselm

For tropes on his portrayal in the reboot continuity, see Star Wars Jedi Council.


  • A Father to His Men: Kit cares deeply for the clone soldiers under his command.
  • Humble Hero: Never expected to be appointed to the Jedi Council.
  • Master Swordsman: An absolute master of Form I style combat.
  • Nice Guy: Every one of his appearances has him being kind to someone or other.

    Mace Windu 

Mace Windu

See his entry on the Star Wars Theatrical Legends page.
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    Micah Giiett 

Micah Giiett

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Species: Human

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.
  • Taking You with Me
  • 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.

    Obi-Wan Kenobi 

Obi-Wan Kenobi

See his entry on the Star Wars Theatrical Legends page.

    Oppo Rancisis 

Oppo Rancisis

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Species: Thisspiasian

Homeworld: Thisspias

Portrayed by: Jerome Blake

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

For tropes on his portrayal in the reboot continuity, see Star Wars Jedi Council.


  • In the Back: Sora Bulq killed him this way.
  • Really 700 Years Old: At the time of the Blockade of Naboo, Rancisis was 174 years old.
  • Snake People: He is a Thisspiasian, a long-lived snakelike species.
  • The Strategist: Of the Jedi Council, he was recognized as being the best at military strategy

    Plo Koon 

Plo Koon

For tropes on his portrayal in the reboot continuity, see Star Wars Jedi Council.


    Saesee Tiin 

Saesee Tiin

For tropes on his portrayal in the reboot continuity, see Star Wars Jedi Council.


  • Ace Pilot: One of the Jedi Order's best pilots, with the possible exception of Anakin.
  • The Quiet One: He's very shy, thanks to being a loner as a child because of his strong telepathy.
  • Strong and Skilled: A master telepath who's spent decades refining his abilities.
  • Telepathy: Saesee is a natural telepath, even for a Jedi.
  • The Worf Effect: Falls victim to this, along with Kit Fisto and Agen Kolar.

    Tyvokka 

Tyvokka

See his entry on the Star Wars Republic character page.

    Yaddle 

Yaddle

For tropes on her portrayal in the reboot continuity, see Star Wars Jedi Council.


  • Beware the Nice Ones: She's a very kind and gentle Jedi who enjoys spending time with younglings, but, well, see below.
  • The Collector: She enjoys collecting trinkets, and has too many to fit in a single room.
  • Incorruptible Pure Pureness: Spending a century as a prisoner in a barren, underground pit, with no one to talk to, and infrequent food deliveries did not break her spirit or commitment to the Light Side, and upon finally getting out, her fast act was to help the descendants of her jailers rather than hate them.
  • The Mentor: To many Jedi as younglings.
  • Never Mess with Granny: Hundreds of years old she may be, but she's a master of the Force.
  • Thrown Down a Well: When she as a padawan, spending one r a century as a prisoner there before escaping.

    Yarael Poof 

Yarael Poof

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Species: Quermian

Homeworld: Quermia

Portrayed by: CGI
Appears in: The Phantom Menace

A Quermian member of the Jedi Council during the invasion of Naboo.

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.
  • Master of Illusion: His particular skill.
  • 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.

Jedi Masters

    Any'a Kuro/"The Dark Woman" 

An'ya "The Dark Woman" Kuro

See her entry on the Star Wars Republic character page.

    A'Sharad Hett 

A'Sharad Hett

See his entry on the Star Wars Republic character page.

    Cin Drallig 

Cin Drallig

Species: Human

He was the master of Serra Keto and Battlemaster of the Order.


    Ur-Sema Du 

Ur-Sema Du


    Dass Jennir 

Dass Jennir

See his entry on the Star Wars Republic character page.

    Fay 

Fay

See her entry on the Star Wars Republic character page.

    Fy-Tor-Ana 

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    Glaive 

Glaive

See his entry on the Star Wars Republic character page.

    Jai Maruk 

Jai Maruk

Species: Human

Homeworld: Druckenwell

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."

    Jastus Farr 

Jastus Farr

See his entry on the Star Wars: Purge character page.

    Kai Hudorra 

Kai Hudorra

See his entry on the Star Wars Republic character page.

    Kina Ha 

Kina Ha

See her entry on the Star Wars: Republic Commando series character page.

    K'Kruhk 

K'Kruhk

See his entry on the Star Wars: Legacy character page.

    Koffi Arana 

Koffi Arana

See his entry on the Star Wars: Purge character page.

    Jorus C'baoth 

Jorus C'baoth

See his entry on the Star Wars: Outbound Flight duology character page.

    Justyn Ma'Ning 

Justyn Ma'Ning

See his entry on the Star Wars: Outbound Flight duology character page.

    Luminara Unduli 

Luminara Unduli

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Species: Mirialan

Homeworld: Mirial

Portrayed by: Mary Oyaya (Attack of the Clones), Fay David (Revenge of the Sith)
Voiced by: Grey Griffin (Clone Wars), Olivia d'Abo (The Clone Wars)

A Mirialan Jedi Master. While she is not a member of the Jedi Council, her advice and wisdom is highly respected by its members and the Republic Senate. She was the master of Barriss Offee.

For tropes on her portrayal in the reboot continuity, see Star Wars – Jedi Masters.


    Maks Leem 

Maks Leem


    Quinlan Vos 

Quinlan Vos

Species: Kiffar

He is a protagonist in the Republic comic series.

For tropes on his portrayal in the reboot continuity, see Star Wars – Jedi Masters.


    Roblio Darté 

Roblio Darté

See his entry on the Star Wars: Purge character page.

    Ronhar Kim 

Ronhar Kim


  • 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.

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    Shadday Potkin 

Shadday Potkin

See her entry on the Star Wars: Purge character page.

    Sian Jeisel 

Sian Jeisel

See her entry on the Star Wars Republic character page.

    Siri Tachi 

Siri Tachi

See her entry on the Star Wars: Jedi Apprentice tetralogy page.

    Soon Bayts 

Soon Bayts


  • Getting Crap Past the Radar: As a Jedi Master, his title is Master Bayts. Randy Stradley inserted him as a joke character in the Acts of War miniseries which preceded Republic and was surprised when the editor didn't seem to pick up on the pun.

    Tholme 

Tholme

See his entry on the Star Wars Republic character page.

    T'ra Saa 

T'ra Saa

See her entry on the Star Wars: Legacy character page.

    Tsui Choi 

Tsui Choi

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"Whatever our fate, let us meet it as Jedi."

Species: Aleena

Appears in: Jedi Council: Acts of War | Republic | Jedi | Revenge of the Sith | Purge

"Perhaps Jedi are not so easy to kill when they know who their enemies are."

He 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.


  • 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.

    Zao 

Zao

See his entry on the Star Wars Republic character page.

Jedi Knights

    Aayla Secura 

Aayla Secura

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Species: Twi'lek (Rutian)

Homeworld: Ryloth

Portrayed by: Amy Allen (films)
Voiced by: Jennifer Hale (The Clone Wars)

A Jedi Knight who participated in many major battles throughout the Clone Wars. She was betrayed and killed by Commander Bly and her clone troopers during Order 66. She was the Padawan of Jedi Master Quinlan Vos. She briefly served as Ekria's master before being killed in Order 66.

For tropes on her portrayal in the reboot continuity, see Star Wars – Jedi Masters.


    Anakin Skywalker 

Anakin Skywalker

See his entry on the Star Wars Theatrical Legends page.

    Barriss Offee 

Barriss Offee

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Species: Mirialan

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.


    Bultar Swan 

Bultar Swan

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Species: Human

Homeworld: Kuat

Portrayed by: Mimi Daraphet
Appears in: Adventures | Attack of the Clones | Clone Wars Adventures | The Clone Wars: The Enemy Within | Republic | Purge

Her 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.


  • All Asians Know Martial Arts: While she's a Kuati native, the legends material says that she combines her lightsaber skills with teras kasi, and a style known as sliding hands.
  • The Cameo: She appears in a novel set inbetween the first and second films as Obi-Wan and Anakin's backup, and 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 in the legends comics.
  • 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.
  • The Medic: Was at a field hospital providing treatment during Order 66 and survived due to a warning from the medics.

    Empatojayos Brand 

Empatojayos Brand

See his entry on the Star Wars – Classic Era character page.

    Etain Tur-Mukan 

Etain Tur-Mukan

See her entry on the Star Wars; Republic Commando Series character page.

    Jax Pavan 

Jax Pavan

See his entry on the Star Wars: Coruscant Nights character page.

    Jyl Somtay 

Jyl Somtay

Species: Human

Appears in: Death in the Catacombs | The Clone Wars: The Starcrusher Trap | Jedi Masquerade

  • Vitriolic Best Buds: With Anakin. They grew up together in the Temple and snark at each other a lot, which at first upsets Ahsoka.

    Laranth Tarak 

Laranth Tarak

See her entry on the Star Wars: Coruscant Nights character page.

    Ma'kis'shalaas 

Ma'kis'shalaas

See his entry on the Star Wars: Purge character page.

    Olana Chion 

Olana Chion

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Species: Human

Homeworld: Kegan

Portrayed by: Dominique Chionchio

Born as O-Lana, she was the Padawan of Avan Post.


  • Retcon: It was decided that Domninique Chionchio's character in Revenge of the Sith was O-Lana.
  • Tuckerization: Her last name became "Chion", derived from her actress's last name.

    Kai Justiss 

Kai Justiss

Species: Human

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.

    Lilit Twoseas 

Lilit Twoseas

Species: Human

Appears in: Jedi Council: Acts of War

The late Master of K'Kruhk.


    Lorana Jinzler 

Lorana Jinzler

See her entry on the Star Wars: Outbound Flight Duology character page.

    Serra Keto 

Serra Keto

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"Are you ready to be smacked down?"

Species: Human

Voiced by: Kari Wahlgren (Revenge of the Sith)
Appears in: Clone Wars Adventures | Revenge of the Sith (video game adaptation only)

"You shouldn't have come here."

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.


  • 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?
  • Braids of Action: Sports a fairly short pair of them.
  • Cassandra Truth: Teeling Anakin they need to abandon the station and destroy it to avoid the threat during her Clone Wars Adventures appearance.
  • 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.
  • Fighting Your Friend: Clone Wars Adventures reveals that Anakin and Serra were Fire-Forged Friends in a battle against multiplying blob creatures on a derelict space station, and they even had a bit of flirtation going on. Unfortunately, their past doesn't stop Anakin from mercilessly cutting her down during Order 66, and she doesn't seem particularly bothered about fighting the monster he'd became either.
  • Fire-Forged Friends: Spends much of her Clone Wars Adventures appearance frustrated with Anakin over their differing strategies in combating the threat but after he does save their lives and achieve the objective at the end, she does smile a bit and compliment him.
  • Hero Antagonist: An objective of the game is to kill her while attacking the Jedi Temple, while she has the admirable goal of trying to defend it and save her fellow Jedi. Depending on the luck and skill of the player it's even possible for her to defeat Vader in the level.
  • Know When to Fold 'Em: During her "Clone Wars Adventures" appearance she's barely survived an attack by a blob creature that wiped out scores of clones and at least one other Jedi and when Anakin arrives wants to get out of there and destroy the space station (which is what they eventually end up doing), something Anakin doesn't immediately agree to.
  • Laser Blade: Her lightsaber colors are green.
  • Le Parkour: A fairly athletic Jedi.
  • 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 (or she's just compartmentalising).
  • One Steve Limit: It's unclear if she's related to Satal, Aleema or any of the other Keto's descended form Empress Teta.
  • 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.

    Sharad Hett 

Sharad Hett

See his entry on the Star Wars Republic character page.

    Sha Koon 

Sha Koon

See her entry on the Star Wars: Purge character page.

    Sia-Lan Wezz 

Sia-Lan Wezz

See her entry on the Star Wars: Purge character page.

    Xiaan Amersu 

Xiaan Amersu

See her entry on the Star Wars Republic character page.

Jedi Apprentices

    Ahsoka Tano 

Ahsoka Tano

Species: Togruta

Homeworld: Shili

Voiced by: Ashley Eckstein (English), Leyla Rangel (Latin-American Spanish), Marisol Romero (Latin-American Spanish), Shizuka Ito (Japanese), Olivia Luccioni and Isabelle Volpe (French)
Appearances: The Clone Wars | Star Wars: The Clone Wars (novels)

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Ahsoka Tano is a female Togruta who was assigned as Anakin Skywalker's Padawan learner during the Clone Wars. Though Anakin was initially dismissive towards her, she grew under his mentorship from a headstrong young student into a mature leader. Ahsoka participated in several vital battles over the course of the war, earning the respect of her clone troopers, but after being framed for bombing the Jedi Temple and put on trial by the Republic, she left the Jedi Order.


  • Action Duo: She forms one with Lux in "A Friend in Need" with Lux being the Action Survivor to her Action Girl.
  • Action Girl: She is a female Togruta who is a very skilled (now-former) Padawan learner and member of the Jedi Order.
  • Adaptational Modesty: During the Zygerrian Slavers arc, Ahsoka is put in a rather fanservice-y slave outfit. However, this outfit is very modest compared to the outfit from the comic book storyline the Zygerrian Slavers arc was adapted from, which was even more revealing than her default appearance in the first two and a half seasons of The Clone Wars.
  • Affectionate Nickname:
    • Anakin occasionally calls Ahsoka "Snips".
    • Plo Koon occasionally calls her "Little 'Soka".
  • Affirmative Action Girl: The Clone Wars has a lot of Action Girls, but Padmé was the only female character in the Prequel Trilogy with an active role.
  • Age-Inappropriate Dress: As The Clone Wars' most prominently featured female character, she's also the primary source of Fanservice, resulting in most of her outfits being quite questionable.
  • Alien Hair: Her horns and head-tails.
  • Animation Anatomy Aging: In the Pilot Movie and first two-and-a-half seasons, Ahsoka has disproportionately large eyes, a completely round face, horns that are only stubs, and headtails that barely reach beyond her shoulders. After the Mid Season Up Grade during the third season via "Heroes on Both Sides", her eyes noticeably shrink, her face becomes longer and angled, her horns grow larger and curved, and her headtails reach the middle of her chest. Her adult self (briefly shown in "Overlords") has almond-shaped eyes, an oval face, very large horns, and headtails reaching to her thighs.
  • The Apprentice: She's Anakin's Padawan during the time of The Clone Wars.
  • Audience Surrogate: She has this role in The Clone Wars through being a young Padawan that is thrust into a world of adventure.
  • Badass Adorable: She is this because her large eyes, voice, personality, general appearance, and small frame in comparison to the rest of the main characters make her very adorable. She can be cute yet badass in the course of the same episode. She even invokes it after she sees Seripas' true form:
    Ahsoka: You don't have to look tough to be tough.
  • Badass in Distress: She has been this more than a couple of times. It's mostly justified since she's just a Padawan learner and has the misfortune of running into opponents who are a match for even Jedi Masters. This is also justified because while she's badass, she's still in the middle of a galaxy-spanning war. War on any scale tends to be fairly hazardous even if you are a Jedi.
  • Bare Your Midriff: When she was introduced at the age of 14 years old, all she wore on her upper body was a truly tiny tubetop. Her slave disguise during the Zygerrian Slavers arc was also a midriff baring one.
  • Big Brother Worship: Although she usually hides it with being snippy and snarky and is not afraid to argue with him if she feels he's wrong about something, she looks up to Anakin since she has the utmost trust in him. In fact, one of her greatest fears is disappointing him.
  • Big Ego, Hidden Depths: A few scenes in the Pilot Movie and several episodes focusing on her has shown that her initial brash, snippy, and overconfident attitude is merely a facade to hide how insecure she feels regarding her status as Anakin's apprentice.
  • Black-and-White Morality: It becomes particularly clear in "Heroes on Both Sides", where she sums up the war as "the Separatists are evil and they (the Republic and the Jedi) must stop them". She can't grasp the idea of why the Senate is wasting time debating bank-(de)regulations. After meeting Mina and Lux Bonteri, she realizes and invokes that the war is not as black and white as she thought.
  • Bratty Half-Pint: Ahsoka was this when she was first introduced, granting her the nickname "Snips" from her Master. She has mostly grown out of it by the time of season three.
  • Break the Cutie: Despite being an adorable Plucky Girl, the events of the Fugitive arc are just too much for Ahsoka. She gets framed for multiple murders, terrorism, and sedition; the Jedi Council abandons her and makes no effort to conduct their own investigation; the Senate Court (particularly Tarkin) are more than happy to sentence her to death. On top of that, Anakin discovers that one of her friends (Barriss Offee) is the one who framed her. In the face of all this, she understandably refuses Yoda's offer to return to the Order despite the fact that they all but said outright they would promote her to Jedi Knight for putting up with all this crap. As she leaves the Temple, she sheds a Single Tear.
  • Character Development: Over the course of The Clone Wars, she develops from a cheeky, stubborn, and rash girl into a serious, level-headed, and dependable young woman.
  • Child Prodigy: Implied. The headdress Ahsoka wears is teeth of an akul, a large and destructive creature native to Shili. If you manage to kill one, then you get to wear its teeth as a trophy. Ahsoka has had hers since she was four-years-old. Either this shows how skilled she was even then or the akul are more harmless than they sound.
  • Clear My Name: This is her main goal during the Fugitive arc, though Anakin picks this up after Ahsoka's arrested. In the end, Anakin succeeds, but her trust in the Jedi Council is shattered, which prompts her to leave.
  • Cleavage Window: Her second outfit has one. Alhough, it's a little too high to be a completely straight example.
  • Commanding Coolness: When she became a Padawan, she was also given the rank of Jedi Commander.
  • Cool Big Sis: She acts as role model to Kalifa, O-Mer, and Jinx to a lesser extent. She also acts like this towards Prince Lee-Char.
  • Costume Evolution: In the Pilot Movie and first two-and-a-half seasons of The Clone Wars, she wears a tubetop and a skirt with white tights. Later in the second half of the third season of The Clone Wars, she switches to a short red dress that evokes more of the conventional Jedi Order outfits while still being unique to her.
  • Cry Cute: Ahsoka sheds a Single Tear at Obi-Wan's apparent death. She does it again when she leaves the Order in "The Wrong Jedi".
  • Cunning Linguist: In "Wookiee Hunt", she is able to understand Shyriiwook, something the younger trainees with her could not do. However, she doesn't understand a Twi'lek in "To Catch a Jedi".
  • Damsel out of Distress: During the Trandoshan arc, she's kidnapped by Trandoshans and thrown out into a jungle to be hunted down. She refuses to hide and run, and decides to fight back against the lizards.
  • Dating Catwoman: She's attracted to Lux Bonteri, the son of a Separatist leader. Later, he becomes a rogue element.
  • David vs. Goliath: During the climax of "Wookiee Hunt", she has to fight Garnac, the Trandoshan leader. The guy is 2 meters tall, weighs 178 kilograms, has a very thick reptilian hide, and is armed with an axe and a knife in addition to his claws, and his species are on the same scale of physical strength as Wookiees. All Ahsoka has is her Waif-Fu and skills with the Force.
  • Deadpan Snarker: She seems to have picked this up from Anakin and Obi-Wan, neither of whom she is particularly averse to snarking at.
  • Defector from Decadence: As a result of how the Jedi Order abandoned her when she had been framed for murder, Ahsoka decides not to return when given the offer.
  • Designated Victim: She has a tendency of getting into real trouble very frequently. So far, she's been captured/kidnapped on six occasions, and the Fugitive arc has her accused of multiple homicides and terrorism/sedition.
  • Deuteragonist: She is one of the secondary main characters of the The Clone Wars (the other one is Obi-Wan).
  • Disney Death: The Son temporarily kills her after she outlives her usefulness. Anakin and the Daughter bring her back by transferring the latter’s remaining life force to Ahsoka.
  • Dreaming of Things to Come: She foresees Aurra Sing's attempt to assassinate Padmé in her dreams in "Assassin" and has a vision of her adult self warning her about the darkness in Anakin in "Overlords." In "Wookiee Hunt", she dreams of Chewbacca's capture before the Trandoshans bring him to the planet.
  • Dual Wielding: She has added a shoto (which is a short lightsaber) to her arsenal during the Mid-Season Upgrade between "Hunt for Ziro". and "Heroes on Both Sides" It doubles as a bit of Shown Their Work as the offhand weapon is supposed to be shorter in Real Life martial arts.
  • Dude Magnet: Besides a complicated romance with Lux, Ahsoka's attractiveness has been noted several times. Unfortunately, most of them were from slimey men.
  • Effortless Amazonian Lift: In "Sabotage", after Anakin gets knocked out while piloting his starfighter and Artoo has to make a crash-landing on a too-short cliff, Ahsoka leaps over to his fighter, hoists him from it, and then jumps back to the cliff moments after the starfighter goes barreling off. This is especially impressive considering that she could barely lift him back in the season one episode "Jedi Crash".
  • Embarrassing Nickname: The Mortis Arc reveals that Ahsoka hates it when Anakin calls her "Snips".
  • Ensign Newbie: Lampshaded in the Pilot Movie by Rex, who was quick to point out that even if she does outrank him, it doesn't make up for her lack of experience.
  • Facial Markings: This is the cool part of her alien physiology that morphs with maturity.
  • Fanservice Pack: While she was already attractive from the beginning in The Clone Wars, Ahsoka, being a teenager, understandably developed a more voluptuous yet athletic body after the Mid-Season Upgrade. Notably, while this trope is often accompanied by the character getting more Stripperiffic, since Ahsoka's first outfit was already very questionable, the model-change came with a more reserved yet form-fitting dress as her default outfit.
  • Fatal Flaw: Her overconfidence and drive to prove herself worthy of being Anakin's Padawan learner get her into situations well beyond her ability to handle a lot of time. She's also somewhat quick to make judgements, and she has the upmost trust towards Anakin, the Jedi Order, and the Republic itself, things that backfire very hard on her during the Fugitive arc.
  • Fingerless Gloves: She wears them with both of her standard outfits.
  • Form-Fitting Wardrobe: Her second outfit looks very form-fitting. This makes one wonder how can she fit her head (which is quite a bit larger than a human's own due to her horns and head-tails) through the tight-looking neckpart of her shirt.
  • Fragile Speedster: She's quick and agile, but initially she lacks in endurance.
  • Friend to All Children: She is shown to be quite good with children through the way she takes care of Rotta (Jabba the Hutt’s infant son), rescues the force-sensitive infants from Mustafar, and repeatedly puts her life in risk to protect the younglings under her care.
  • Generation Xerox: To Anakin; she has an attitude similar to his and lost her lightsaber once.
  • Genki Girl: She is especially this in the Pilot Movie and first two and a half seasons. Precocious little thing!
  • Girly Bruiser: She is very much this trope.
  • Go-Go Enslavement: During the Zygerrian Slavers arc, she is disguised as a slave girl and given a rather questionable Bedlah Babe outfit that was even more revealing than her first one.
  • Green-Skinned Space Babe: More like "Orange-Skinned Space Babe". Ahsoka is a very attractive female Togruta.
  • Helping Would Be Kill Stealing: She takes this role during the Onderon arc. With her assistance, the rebellion would have gone much more smoothly, but it would defeat the purpose of internal rebellion to have obvious outsider aid in the form of the Jedi.
  • Hidden Depths: Ahsoka's brief sojourn to the Dark Side in "Altar of Mortis" implies that she is holding back quite a bit of frustration with Anakin's teaching methods as well as her perception that he doesn't trust or believe in her.
  • Honor Before Reason: In "A Friend in Need", Ahsoka must have been perfectly aware that even if she did have her lightsabers, she would have had a rough time surviving a fight alone against the Death Watch. However, she attacked them with only a makeshift staff and her martial arts skills to protect the villagers.
  • Horned Humanoid: Her horns grant her super effective hearing.
  • Huge Guy, Tiny Girl: A platonic example with Anakin. Justified, as she is a teenager while he is a full-grown adult.
  • Human Popsicle: More like Togruta Popsicle. She froze herself in carbonite in "The Citadel."
  • Hypocritical Humor: She called Ventress (who apparently chose to be bald) a "hairless harpy" despite being naturally hairless herself.
  • Innocent Blue Eyes: They signify her youth and naïveté.
  • Insignia Ripoff Ritual: In "The Wrong Jedi", her Padawan braid is taken from her when she's expelled from the Jedi Order.
  • Interspecies Romance: She is a Togruta and has love interests in the form of Lux Bonteri and Nyx Okami, who are both human.
  • Jerk with a Heart of Gold: Ahsoka can be brash and arrogant, but she is also extremely compassionate and someone you can definitely rely on. She also starts to tone down the 'Jerk' part of her character and becomes more level-headed over time.
  • Kid-Appeal Character: Ahsoka is this at the beginning of The Clone Wars, but she grows out of this role as the series progresses.
  • Knight Knave And Squire: She is the Squire to Obi-Wan's Knight and Anakin's Knave. She even invokes it in the Pilot Movie when she tells Anakin that he's the one with experience from which she looks forward to learning from.
  • The Lancer: To Anakin, a role she shares with Rex and occasionally Obi-Wan.
  • Laser Blade: In The Clone Wars, she wields a green-bladed lightsaber and later adds a yellow-bladed shoto to her arsenal.
  • Like Brother and Sister: This is her usual dynamic with Anakin, despite being his Padawan. They also double as Platonic Life-Partners.
  • Little Miss Badass: She is very young and inexperienced, but also quick-thinking and tough as nails.
  • Lovely Angels: With Padmé whenever they team up in The Clone Wars. Ahsoka is a scrappy Magic Knight, while Padmé is an elegant Badass Normal and Action Politician,. They have a sisterly relationship, with teenaged Ahsoka looking up to Padm&eacute.
  • Love Triangle: She gets caught in one with Lux and Steela (an Onderon freedom fighter) during the Onderon arc.
  • Meaningful Name:
    • "Ahsoka" means "sorrow-less" in Sanskrit, a reflection of her Plucky Girl status.
    • "Tano" means "five" in Swahili. Ahsoka is the fifth generation of Jedi on the Master-Apprentice Chain that she is the part of.
  • Medal of Dishonor: In "The Wrong Jedi", after she's been cleared of all charges of sedition, terrorism and murder, she is offered a chance to return to the Order and it's implied that the Jedi Council is willing to knight her for the strength and resilience she had shown throughout the whole ordeal. Since they were the ones who expelled her from the Jedi Order, this comes off as a rather rude attempt to make up for it, and she refuses to even return to the Order.
  • Mid-Season Upgrade: In the middle of Season 3, an unspecified Time Skip updates her appearance alongside most of the cast. Ahsoka also picks up Dual Wielding, pushing it into this trope.
  • Mini Dress Of Power: Her first outfit consists of a truly tiny tube-top, and a Dangerously Short Skirt made safe by tights.
  • Morality Chain: To Anakin. She helps keeps his rash nature in check, and it's the moments when she's in danger where he comes the closest to using the Dark Side.
  • Ms. Fanservice: All the examples of Age-Inappropriate Dress should make this abundantly clear.
  • Muscles Are Meaningless: Over the course of The Clone Wars, she has displayed feats of physical strength belying her stature numerous times, such as when she defeated Cad Bane and Atai Moleck along with when she pulls up the much larger Obi-Wan who was hanging from a cliff. It could be justified due to the Force.
  • My Significance Sense Is Tingling: After her first dreams about Aurra Sing attempting to kill Padm&eacute, she is also able to sense the danger to the senator while awake. This includes sensing Aurra’s location twice, which allows her to save Padmé on both occasions.
  • The Nicknamer: She initially called Anakin "Skyguy" and referred to R2 as "Artooie". She grew out of it fairly quickly.
  • Noodle Incident: According to All There in the Manual regarding the headdress, those are teeth of an akul, a large and destructive creature native to Shili. If you manage to kill one, then you get to wear its teeth as a trophy. While it makes sense for Shaak Ti to have one, one wonders how Ahsoka at the age of fourteen got hers, unless akul aren't as hard to kill as they sound or Ahsoka is that skilled.
  • Once Done, Never Forgotten: Ahsoka calls Anakin "Skyguy" exactly once in the Pilot Movie, but she rarely does it anymore and generally becomes a lot more respectful towards Anakin by the time of Season 3. Despite this, Anakin still calls her "Snips" a lot (granted, she did pick up some of his and Obi-Wan's Deadpan Snarker tendencies).
  • Platonic Life-Partners: A master/student variant with Ahsoka. They form a deep, sibling-like bond throughout The Clone Wars, with Ahsoka acting as one of Anakin's Morality Chains and her having a great admiration for him.
  • Plucky Girl: Ahsoka has been beaten, tortured, hunted, nearly killed several times, and watched several friends and allies suffer and die over the course of the Clone Wars. Yet, despite all of this, she never complains or gives up. Sadly, being betrayed and framed for sedition and murder by a close friend, abandoned by the Jedi Council, and almost sentenced to death by the Republic Court in "The Wrong Jedi" manages to break her.
  • Proper Tights with a Skirt: This is the only thing that saves the Dangerously Short Skirt she wears with both of her regular outfits.
  • Red Oni, Blue Oni: She is the red to Barriss's blue. She even has the skin color to match.
  • Remember the New Guy?: The Clone Wars develops her up as an important figure in the Jedi Order and a very close friend of Anakin in addition to being probably the third most important person in his life after his mentor/best friend Obi-Wan and his wife Padmé, but she's not mentioned once in any of the theatrical films since she was created three years after the Prequel Trilogy concluded with Revenge of the Sith (which The Clone Wars is set before). It's justified in The Phantom Menace and Attack of the Clones as she hadn't met Anakin yet during those theatrical films; it could also be justified in Revenge of the Sith that she wouldn't be mentioned because her departure is a sore spot for Anakin and he has other things on his mind.
  • Rescue Romance: In "A Friend in Need", she saves Lux from being executed on Count Dooku's orders.
  • Reverse Grip: Her fighting style, as she makes extensive use of the Shien lightsaber form.
  • Rubber-Forehead Aliens: She is a Togruta.
  • Screw This, I'm Outta Here!: In "The Wrong Jedi", she declines to rejoin the Jedi Order in light of her faith in the Jedi Council being shaken by her trial.
  • Secret Secret-Keeper: "The Wrong Jedi" implies that she knows about Anakin and Padmé being together. This was confirmed by Filoni in an interview, although he did not specify how much she knows.
  • Sexy Backless Outfit: Her second outfit combines this with a more-modest-than-usual Cleavage Window.
  • She's Got Legs: She tends to wear outfits that highlight her very nice legs.
  • Shorttank: Ahsoka is a snippy, back-sassing, little spitfire with clothes sort of befitting her rebellious attitude, but she tones down a bit by the time of Season 3.
  • Stripperiffic: Her outfits tend to show off more skin than any other female Jedi not named Aayla Secura, with the most egregious example being her original one, which has a fourteen year old girl wearing a tubetop into warzones.
  • Super Senses:
    • Since Togruta horns work as passive echolocators, she has very sharp hearing, which she uses to find the kidnapped infants in "Children of the Force" and to eavesdrop on a conversation regarding Aurra Sing in a noisy bar in "Lethal Trackdown."
    • She also possesses extremely fine spatial awareness, which she uses when she saves Anakin from a bunch of Separatist droids by bringing down a wall on them while he was standing right under a hole in it in the Pilot Movie.
  • Super Strength: Due to amplifying her physical attributes with the Force, she's strong enough to knock out armored clone troopers with single punches and send them sprawling with her blows, despite obviously lacking anywhere near the strength or mass to do that otherwise (she has little muscle on her and weighs a little less than 120 pounds).
  • Team Dad: Besides being a Team Mom, Ahsoka can also show disciplinary and protective side to the younglings she guarded during the Young Jedi arc.
  • Team Mom: Besides being a Team Dad, Ahsoka can also show a kind, nurturing side to the younglings she guarded during the Young Jedi arc.
  • Tempting Fate: She has a tendency early on in The Clone Wars to say something like "The hard part’s over" when it seems they've won the day. True to formula, things always turn for the worse soon afterwards. Apparently, she has learned her lesson as she stops doing it by the second season.
  • Token Non-Human: The cast of The Clone Wars as a whole has quite a few aliens, but Ahsoka is the only one in the main group.
  • Took a Level in Badass: Ahsoka has taken several over the course of The Clone Wars. This is exemplified by how she approaches each fight. In her first encounter with General Grievous, she dashes in recklessly and Grievous defeated her without even trying. In their second encounter, she was actually able to hold her own and knock Grievous back once, despite still being heavily outmatched by the cyborg general. She also assumes a purely defensive position and retreats as soon as she's able to do so.
  • Took a Level in Kindness: Early episodes show her as being a reckless student and a showoff. As the series goes on, these traits are subdued and she better fits the mold of a member of the Jedi Order.
  • Trauma Conga Line: The Fugitive arc is just one emotional blow to Ahsoka after another, leading up to her resignation from the Jedi Order.
  • Traumatic Haircut: As a Togruta, she doesn't have hair by default, so she can't grow a Padawan braid. Instead, she wears a braid made of beads to symbolize her status as a Jedi-in-training. Cad Bane took it from her as a trophy when he captured her. She didn't appear to be anything but mildly irritated by it, but she did make a point to take it back after his capture.
  • Uncertain Doom: Ahsoka's fate in the Legends continuity was never revealed before it was declared non-canon.
  • Undercover as Lovers: In "A Friend in Need", Ahsoka needed an excuse for why she was with Lux when he went to make a deal with the Death Watch, and she got involved. She claimed she was his betrothed.
  • Unusual Eyebrows: A subversion of the "no eyebrows" category. As usual for a Togruta, the only hair on her head is her eyelashes. However, she does have eyebrow-shaped white stripes above her eyes.
  • Unwitting Instigator of Doom: Ahsoka's departure from the Jedi Order was her own personal decision after the events of the Fugitive arc saw her lose trust in the Jedi Order. Unfortunately, this had serious repercussions for Anakin, as she was major Morality Chain for him; once she left, he started falling more towards the Dark Side, and we all know how that ends up.
  • Vapor Wear: Both her tiny tubetop and the Sexy Backless Outfit are "suggesting" this.
  • Vocal Evolution: Her voice audibly matures over the course of the Clone Wars.
  • Waif-Fu: She's a very skilled hand-to-hand combatant.
  • "Well Done, Daughter!" Girl: She tries to cover it most of the time, but Anakin's acknowledgment means a lot to her, as shown in the Pilot Movie and when she rants about not getting any while she is corrupted by the Son in "Altar of Mortis". She finally gets it unadulterated in "The Wrong Jedi".
  • Wrench Wench: In "Ghosts of Mortis", it appears that she has picked up some of Anakin's skills with machineS.
  • You Shall Not Pass!: In "A Necessary Bond", Ahsoka holds up Grievous while the younglings escape onto Slave I, which is commandeered by Hondo.

    Chase Piru 
See her entry on the Star Wars Republic character page.

     Darra Thel-Tanis 

    Tallisibeth Enwandung-Esterhazy, AKA Scout 

Tallisibeth "Scout" Enwandung-Esterhazy

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Species: Human

Homeworld: Vorzyd V

A Jedi Padawan. Many of her fellow Jedi had little faith in her due to her lack of strength in the Force, making it a surprise when Jedi Master Chankar Kim chose her as her Padawan. However, at the Battle of Geonosis—her first mission with her master, Master Kim was killed. It was believed that Scout would be sent to AgriCorps, but thanks to a bet by Yoda for Scout to become Jedi Master Jai Maruk's Padawan if she wins the Apprentice Tournament, Master Maruk reluctantly took Scout under his wing as her new master. Unfortunately, Maruk was also killed in their first mission together to Vjun at the hands of Ventress. Scout spent the rest of the Clone Wars at the temple, but when Order 66 was given out, she managed to escape and went into hiding on Mandalore, vowing to continue being a Jedi.


  • 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.
  • Happily Adopted: Mij Gilamar and Dr. Uthan adopt her after the events of Imperial Commando according to Word of God, though it doesn't last, as she decides to join the Altisian Jedi.
  • 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.
  • Sesquipedalian Smith: Tallisibeth?
  • 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, though Word of God states that she leaves them to join the Altisian Jedi, but what happens after that is still unknown.

     Tru Veld 
    Whie Malreaux 

Whie Malreaux

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Species: Human

Homeworld: Vjun

Portrayed by: Coinneach Alexander

The Padawan of Jedi Master Mak Leems. He was killed by Darth Vader when he and the 501st marched to the Jedi Temple on Coruscant during Order 66. Whie's death was covered up by the Empire, claiming that he was killed while mind-controlling citizens in the Temple District.

For tropes on his portrayal in the reboot continuity, see Star Wars – The 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.

    Noirah Na 

Noirah Na

See her entry on the Star Wars Republic character page.

    Ferus Olin 

Ferus Olin

See his entry on the Star Wars: Jedi Apprentice tetralogy page.

    Xanatos 

Xanatos

See his entry on the Star Wars: Jedi Apprentice tetralogy page.

    The Padawan Pack 
See their entry on the Star Wars Republic character page.

Jedi Younglings

    Sidirri 

Sidirri

See her entry on the Star Wars Republic character page.

Altisian Jedi

Jedi Masters

    Djinn Altis 

Djinn Altis

Species: Human

Appears in: The Clone Wars: No Prisoners]] | Republic Commando Series


    Arligan Zey 

Arligan Zey

See his entry on the Star Wars: Republic Commando series character page.

Jedi Knights

    Callista Masana 

Callista Masana

See her entry on the Star Wars – Classic Era character page.

Others

    Lorn Pavan 

Lorn Pavan


  • Almighty Janitor: Despite not even being Force sensitive, he managed to briefly take down Darth Maul with nothing but a stun rod in order to avenge his Jedi love interest. Maul eventually repays him for it, however.
  • Badass Bureaucrat: Was just a simple business clerk working by the Jedi Order, yet responsible for the aforementioned feat. Apparently even being employed by the Jedi in a non-combatant capacity osmotically increases your badass credentials.
  • Firing Day: Not only is he swindled out of possession of his own child, he's then immediately fired from his position at the Jedi Temple because of their strict "no attachments" rule between Jedi younglings and their families. Understandably, Lorn is extremely bitter and resentful of the Jedi Order ever since.
  • Heterosexual Life-Partners: With his protocol droid I-5YQ.
  • Knowledge Broker: One of his jobs at the Jedi Temple, before he was unceremoniously fired.
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