Star Wars: The Clone Wars recap: Death of a Jedi (2023)

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The end is near.

I know. It’s sad. Star Wars: The Clone Wars has become one of the most cinematic shows on TV—each episode a model of craftsmanship, storytelling economy, and emotional resonance. And, as I’ve said before, actually one of our most political series. This marks our second to last recap for the season that’s redefined a good series as a great one. Last night’s episode, “Citadel Rescue,” also saw the end of a visceral, rock-‘em-sock-‘em, Dirty Dozen-style three-parter featuring possibly my favorite Star Wars character ever: Tarkin.

When we returned to our heroes, Jedi Master Even Piell, Russian-tinged accent dripping thicker than borscht, contacted the Jedi Council about the rescue they had been promised—a rescue that would have to involve an entire fleet group to penetrate the fortress world of Lola Sayu. Yoda said they should head for an island for the rendezvous, but, to paraphrase the aged Master, careful timing they would need.

Meanwhile, prison warden Osi Sobeck had to explain to Count Dooku why he’d been out of touch: “I was hoping to surprise you with good news.” Proving that turning to the Dark Side doesn’t rob you of a sense of humor, Dooku replied, “Good news would indeed be a surprise.” He’s got the body of a geriatric Sith Lord and the wit of…a geriatric Sith Lord. He then went on to reiterate the importance of capturing Piell and Tarkin so as to extract the location of a secret hyperspace route that would enable the Separatists to attack Coruscant by surprise. Dooku needs to realize that if he wants to get any job done, he has to do it himself. Never trust your minions to get it done—especially if they’re doing their best Al Pacino impression.

NEXT: What Oscar Wilde and Walter Sobchak have to do with The Clone Wars.Walking along the lava rivers of Lola Sayu during their escape from the fortress, our heroes were attacked by wave after wave of droids. Weren’t you at least a little touched when R2’s reprogrammed battle bots saluted their commander before they sacrificed themselves? That said, my favorite moment? When Anakin actually picked up Tarkin and carried him on his back while rappelling down a cliff-face. (He ain’t heavy, Father. He’s my Grand Moff.) Of course, much as the Separatist droids might try and try to succeed, they always failed. How might Oscar Wilde have put it? To lose a group of prisoners once might be deemed a misfortune. To lose a group of prisoners twice, carelessness. And if you do so more than that, you’re a battle droid in the Separatist army. (Thank you, thank you. I’ll be opening for Figrin D’an and the Modal Nodes at the Mos Eisley Cantina on Life Day. No cover. Two “blue milk” minimum. And tell the barkeep you’re friends with “Dr. Evazan,” if you want a good table.)

This being The Clone Wars, though, we got a little bit of political commentary in between the killer shootouts and dogfights. Ahsoka rolled her eyes at Tarkin, when the Captain questioned Piell’s direction. Anakin was quick to speak up on Tarkin’s behalf: “Captain Tarkin feels the Jedi should be relieved of the burden of leading the war effort….the Jedi Code often prevents us from going far enough to achieve victory.” Obi-Wan quickly added, “A rather simple point-of-view.” Obi-Wan’s right. To paraphrase Walter Sobchak, there are rules. This ain’t ‘Nam. This is the Clone War. (I dedicate that reference to fellow Lebowski-fan, Dave Filoni.) Anakin warned Tarkin that crossing the Jedi council could have consequences. But Eriadu’s finest sniffed, “I needn’t worry about my career. I’ve fallen into favor with the Chancellor. He shall support me.” Ooh, so Anakin has a rival for Papa Palpatine’s favor. You’re not going to let that past you, are you, Ani? Of course not. Not to be out-namedropped, he added, “Oh, I happen to know the Chancellor quite well myself.” Not as well as when you start asking stuff like “What is thy bidding, my master?” but there you go.

Sobeck (Holy Sith…Sobchak?) finally needed to play the wild sabacc card up his sleeve: anoobas. This doesn’t mark the first time Star Wars has gone in for hellhounds. See the Dark Empire comic series for another breed of ferocious space canines: battle neks. Anoobas seem similar to neks, with a little bit of a Klingon targ mixed in. Apparently, they’ve made some appearances in the Expanded Universe and are supposed to hail from Tatooine. (For a planet that’s supposed to be such a backwater, Tatooine really has had a massive cultural impact upon that Galaxy Far, Far Away). I loved how the first time we saw them only in silhouette, because everyone knows that what you don’t see is scarier than what you do. Hence the creepy power of the dianoga in the trash compactor in A New Hope.

NEXT: Even Piell can’t keep an even keel. Death of a Jedi.The Lucasfilm animation team really was at the peak of its powers in “Citadel Rescue,” using computer animation to replicate tracking effects and swooping overhead shots—the kind of techniques that really only can be realized on a computer. Take that great sequence last night when the anoobas are approaching the Jedi. Filoni & Co. built tension to a fever-pitch, Kurosawa-style, cutting between the blurred, speeding anoobas, and the still, motionless Jedi awaiting their onslaught. A perfect contrast of dynamism and stasis, achieved as if editing live action footage. Next season, Oscar winning editor and sound designer Walter Murch (Apocalypse Now) is confirmed to direct an episode. No wonder!

The battle with the anoobas was fierce and visceral. Finally, we got to see Tarkin in action, picking up a blaster and shooting for dear life. Ahsoka wielded her twin blades against the hoard—as Sam Witwer pointed out to me a few weeks ago, notice how Ahsoka’s fighting style is now identical to that of Starkiller, Vader’s later apprentice, in The Force Unleashed. Piell ended up mauled. But before becoming One with the Force, he had just enough strength to tell Ahsoka the nature of the secret hyperspace route leading into Confederate territory.

The whole idea of the secret hyperspace routes has been a terrific MacGuffin. You know a MacGuffin, right? While Alfred Hitchcock may have joked that it’s “an apparatus for trapping lions in the Scottish highlands,” it’s really the term for a plot device that seems critically important but is really just used to instigate the action. The “secret hyperspace routes” remind me of the secret treaty the Nazis are trying to extract from Albert Basserman in Hitchcock’s Foreign Correspondent, or the code concealed within a tune in The Lady Vanishes. In the case of The Clone Wars, the hyperspace routes may in fact be critically important to the overall Star Wars mythos…but more on that later.

Piell died after he divulged his secret to Ahsoka. “Whether you were meant to be on this mission or not, you are now the most important part of it,” he gasped in his last moments. Ahsoka carried his body back to the group. It was touching to see how they all took a moment to honor Piell’s life, when Anakin and Obi-Wan committed his body to the lava. When you consider all he’s witnessed just during these episodes it’s hard to believe Tarkin would then later callously say to Vader, “The Jedi are extinct. Their fire has gone out of the universe. You, my friend, are all that remains of their religion.” But men are capable of many things.

NEXT: A realization that we’re closer now to Revenge of the Sith than Attack of the Clones.Yes, I realize Piell’s death here contradicts vast amounts of Expanded Universe lore and renders almost completely irrelevant the first Coruscant Nights book. Help us, Leland Chee, you’re our only hope! If you don’t already know Chee, he’s the Keeper of the Holocron at Lucasfilm—the guy in charge of continuity. Well, he’s got quite the task now ahead of him…how to reconcile Piell’s death on Lola Sayu with the fact that he was already established as being killed by stormtroopers after Order 66. I say…that other Piell was a twin! That’s the way to solve any continuity problem.

Meanwhile, the Jedi battle group led by Saesee Tiin and Plo Koon made its way to Lola Sayu for the rescue. Seeing those four Venator-class Star Destroyers flying through the cobalt vortex of hyperspace was a beautiful sight. Remember how we never got to see any shots of a starship flying through hyperspace in the prequels? Thankfully, that’s been more than rectified on the show. When they emerged, Master Tiin led the starfighter attack—a nice shout-out to Genndy Tartakovsky’s Clone Wars show, where Tiin flew a starfighter at the Battle of Coruscant. I also believe that this battle marks the debut of the ARC-170 fighter on The Clone Wars. (Please correct me, if I’m wrong.) That means we are indeed closer now to Revenge of the Sith than Attack of the Clones, as Dave Filoni mentioned to me recently. The end of the war is in sight.

When flying toward the Separatist blockade, Tiin ruminated, “There have not been battles like these since the days of the Old Republic.” Dave Filoni, I’m begging you. Please include a flashback at some point to the Old Republic era. You’ve teed it up, man, now swing! I mean, I want ancient Sith Lords—Exar Kun, Naga Sadow, you name it. You can find a way to tie it in to the Clone Wars. That’s what MacGuffins are for!

NEXT: Ahsoka has Alderaan’s blood on her hands.Tiin was right, of course. This turned out to be just about the best space battle Clone Wars has yet given us, full of immediacy and urgency. It had the painterly fireworks of the best space battles in the Star Wars movies and the synapse-searing intensity of a Viper dogfight on Battlestar Galactica. And it had a Wilhelm scream. ‘Nuff said.

Back on terra firma, R2 proved his metal…excuse me, mettle…by dislodging Sobeck from his STAP at the island where he’d set an ambush for the escapees. Sobeck was undeterred, though, succeeded in picking up Tarkin and, declaring “If I can’t have the information, it will die with you,” almost dumped him into the lava before Ahsoka stabbed him in the back. Oh, foolish Padawan. Alderaan’s blood is on your hands.

So is much of Coruscant’s. Remember, Piell told Ahsoka to give the hyperspace routes directly to the Jedi Council. But Tarkin decided he was going to give them to Palpatine.

So now it all makes sense. Tarkin gave the routes to Palpatine, who used them to orchestrate General Grievous’s attack on Coruscant…and his own kidnapping. To instill such fear and insecurity in his citizens that they would gladly turn to an Emperor to solve their problems for them with an iron fist.

Tarkin left Anakin with a handshake. “I wish more Jedi had your military sensibilities. Perhaps I can inform the Chancellor of your valor,” he said. Anakin was sold. “If we aren’t willing to do what it takes to win, we risk losing everything we try to protect.” (Note that that was the message of 24 for eight seasons. Jack Bauer=Darth Vader?) But the future Vader forgets that a victory is hollow if you sacrifice your principles, or as Obi-Wan said, “If we sacrifice our code, even for victory, we may lose that which is most important: our honor.”

Where else on TV can you find a debate about ethics that nuanced? And can we please, please, please see Tarkin again as quickly as possible? Like, I don’t know, when he’s trying to enslave Mon Calamari? Or get his grubby mitts on the Death Star plans? Were you shocked to see Piell offed? Can you possibly wait three weeks for Chewbacca on the season finale? And does anybody in their right mind still think that this is a kids’ show?

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Star Wars: The Clone Wars

Before the Dark Times, before the Empire, Obi-Wan Kenobi and Anakin Skywalker fight to restore peace and justice to a galaxy far, far away…

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How many Jedi died in Star Wars The Clone Wars? ›

The accepted number is usually around 10,000 for both canon and Legends. In canon, less than 1% of the total number of Jedi were thought to have survived the Order 66 purge. It is said that around 100 survived.

What is the saddest episode of the Clone Wars? ›

Last, but not least, at number 1 is Episode 12 of Season 7, Victory and Death, the series finale of The Clone Wars.

Did Plo Koon survive Order 66? ›


He shared a special bond with Ahsoka Tano, whom he'd brought to the Jedi Order as a toddler. One of many victims of Order 66, Master Plo died at Cato Neimoidia when his wingmen shot down his starfighter.

What Jedi were killed in Order 66? ›

Thousands of Jedi throughout the galaxy were killed, including Ki-Adi-Mundi on Mygeeto, Aayla Secura on Felucia, Plo Koon in the skies of Cato Neimoidia, Stass Allie on Saleucami, Depa Billaba on Kaller, Jaro Tapal in the Bracca system, and even Jedi younglings.

Who is the oldest Jedi in the Clone Wars? ›

Along with Masters Yoda and Fay, Jedi Master T'ra Saa was among the very oldest of the Jedi to fight in the Clone Wars, being at least several hundred years old. Saa was a combatant in the opening battle of the war, the Battle of Geonosis, and fought as part of Mace Windu's strike team.

Did all Jedi died Order 66? ›

Almost all of the Jedi were killed upon the issuance of Order 66, and most of the survivors were killed in the purge that followed.

What Jedi fell in love with a clone? ›

During an early assignment as a Padawan with her Jedi Master Kast Fulier, Etain met the clone commandos of the Omega Squad, an encounter that changed how the rest of her life played out. Darman Skirata, formally RC-1136, was a clone commando of Omega Squad that Etain later fell in love with as the Clone Wars continued.

What is the saddest death in Clone Wars? ›

Jesse. One of the major characters within the Clone Army, Jesse often fought alongside the Jedi and Commander Rex in countless battles across the series. But with the inevitable event that was Order 66, he would succumb to the inhibitor chip inside his head.

Did any younglings survive Anakin? ›

In Star Wars canon, there are currently only four younglings that are known to have survived the infamous Order 66 and Darth Vader's slaughter, while in Legends, there are 20 known survivors.

Who trained Mace Windu? ›

Mission to Mathas. Padawan Windu was trained in the ways of the Force by Jedi Master Cyslin Myr. Following his early trials as a youngling, Windu attained the status of Padawan by becoming Jedi Master Cyslin Myr's apprentice.

Did any other Jedi survive Order 66? ›

Jedi including Oppo Rancisis, Coleman Kcaj and Kirak Infil'a are mentioned on the Inquisitorius' list of surviving Jedi after Order 66. Other Jedi like Master Uvell and former Padawan Gungi have been confirmed as survivors.

Who killed the 4 Jedi Masters? ›

Vader and the 501st Legion stormed the Temple and proceeded to slaughter nearly every Jedi within its walls, murdering both esteemed Masters and defenseless younglings. The Temple was set ablaze while all of Galactic City watched.

Who killed the first Jedi? ›

Cutting off Windu's arm was Anakin's first time attacking a Jedi. But while it was the action that cemented his fall to the Dark Side, it was actually Palpatine who threw Windu from the window and killed him.

Who was the first Jedi to betrayed with Order 66? ›

Who was the first Jedi to betrayed with Order 66? Aayla Secura was among many Jedi who were betrayed by their clone troopers as a result of Order 66.

Who is the strongest Jedi in the Clone Wars? ›

Jedi Master Yoda is the most powerful of them all. This should come as no surprise, as he was the head of the Jedi Order in the prequels and was revered for his abilities during the original trilogy. Yoda's power is unmatched and was a real threat to Darth Vader and the Imperials.

Who is the most famous Jedi during the Clone Wars? ›

Anakin Skywalker

As the Chosen One, Anakin was perhaps the most important member of both Jedi and Sith Orders. He served with distinction in the Clone Wars, though his unconventional nature could exasperate more careful Jedi.

Why is Ahsoka not a Jedi? ›

She was framed for the bombing of the Jedi Temple, and later, cold-blooded murder. As a result, the Jedi Order expelled her, and she escaped from prison to clear her name.

What was Order 67? ›

Order 67 was an order requiring clone troopers to begin dancing. During the Battle of Utapau, Darth Sidious accidentally executed Order 67 when he meant to use Order 66. Just after the order was executed, Cody and his troops began dancing.

Was there ever a Wookiee Jedi? ›

Gungi was a male Wookiee Jedi Padawan who trained to become a Jedi in the Jedi Order during the era of the Galactic Republic.

What was Order 37? ›

Order 37 was one of 150 contingency orders that all clones had been programmed to follow, due to the inhibitor chip inserted in their brain at birth. This particular order dealt with the capture of a single wanted individual through the mass arrest and threatened execution of a civilian population.

Who did Ahsoka marry? ›

As the conflict raged on, she learned that its politics were not as black and white as she once thought and eventually entered into a relationship (and marriage) with Lux Bonteri, son of former Confederate senator Mina Bonteri.

Which clone got a Jedi pregnant? ›

During one of these missions she would break the Jedi Code's rule of attachment by falling in love with Darman, RC-1136, a clone commando in Omega Squad, and becoming pregnant with his child, Venku Skirata.

Who was the clone who had a child with a Jedi? ›

Venku Skirata was born on the planet Mandalore, the son of the Jedi Etain Tur-Mukan and clone commando Darman Skirata. The child's father, Darman, did not know that Etain was pregnant, and was unaware he had a son until a year after the child's birth.

Who is the main villain in Clone Wars? ›

Count Dooku, also known as Darth Tyranus, is a major antagonist in the Star Wars franchise. He was once a Jedi Master who served as the Padawan of Yoda and master of Rael Averross and Qui-Gon Jinn before becoming a powerful Sith Lord and the second apprentice of Darth Sidious.

Which clone was the traitor? ›

Meanwhile, Captain Rex and Commander Cody set out to uncover the traitor amongst them. While they at first suspect Chopper to be the traitor, a slip by Slick during the interrogation reveals him to be the traitor.

Who is the traitor in Clone Wars? ›

Slick was a clone trooper sergeant who served in his platoon during the Clone Wars. He was unhappy with the work in the Grand Army of the Republic, so he betrayed the Republic to the Separatists.

Who was the most elite clone trooper? ›

Captain Rex lived the life of a true hero. He was a legend among all clone troopers, a loyal friend to Anakin Skywalker and Ahsoka Tano, and a leader of multiple elite squads during both the Clone Wars and the Galactic Civil War.

What clones ignored Order 66? ›

Some clones disobeyed the infamous order than decimated the Jedi order, and refused to execute it. SOME of these Clones include; Captain Rex: Captain Rex, as most know removed his chip that would later be the way that Palpatine would execute order 66. Wolffe: As with Captain Rex Wolffe removed his bio chip.

What is the most elite clone Force? ›

Advanced Recon Commandos—also known as Advanced Recon Clone troopers or simply ARC troopers—were an elite variant of clone trooper in the Grand Army of the Republic during the Clone Wars. Although much rarer than other clones on the galactic scale, they were also among the most skilled soldiers in the galaxy.

Did Anakin ever regret killing younglings? ›

He did have remorse, as the scene of him in tears on Mustafar shows. He murdered children, betrayed his allies, and killed the leaders of the Separatists when they pretty much ceased to be a threat (they're not exactly good people but Anakin didn't need to murder them in cold blood).

Did Anakin regret killing the Younglings? ›

The canonical comic Star Wars: Darth Vader #7 confirms the younglings' deaths caused Anakin grief, self-loathing, hatred and pain, fueling his descent even further into the dark side. Those negative emotions also power the dark side, meaning Anakin likely felt stronger as he killed the younglings.

Are Jedi allowed to use force choke? ›

However, despite their strict adherence to the light side of the Force, several Jedi were known to use this power, as although it was considered a dark side ability, it was also a technique of telekinesis. Its use, however, was forbidden by the Jedi.

Who is Yoda's Padawan? ›

Yoda held the title of Grand Master of the Jedi Order since the days of the High Republic Era. At some point, Yoda took on a human named Kantam Sy as his Padawan. The two were stationed at the Jedi Temple on the planet Endovar.

Was Mace Windu's body found? ›

Unlike most of Revenge of the Sith's Jedi casualties, Star Wars never showed Mace's body, which means that a chance exists for him to have survived in some way. Although it didn't happen in Obi-Wan Kenobi as some fans hoped, Mace Windu could potentially turn up alive at some point in the future.

Who taught Yoda? ›

Legend had it that Yoda—a Jedi who became Grand Master—was trained by N'Kata Del Gormo. A Force-sensitive Hysalrian, N'Kata Del Gormo was trained in the ways of the Force and achieved the rank of Master within the Jedi Order.

Did Anakin train Ahsoka to survive Order 66? ›

Anakin's extensive training allowed Ahsoka to survive Order 66 and, later, the rebellion. His determination to teach Ahsoka to protect herself, along with Ahsoka's competitive nature and desire to make him proud, taught her exactly what she needed to know.

How many Jedi left the order? ›

Only twenty Jedi Masters have ever left the Order." The Lost Twenty, originally known as The Lost, were the Jedi Masters who had voluntarily resigned from the Jedi Order over ideological differences.

Who was the last Jedi of the order? ›

By the end of The Rise of Skywalker, Rey had become the last known Jedi of the Skywalker Saga.

Who was the Jedi who almost killed Vader? ›

Infil'a put up a fierce fight against Vader, almost killing him by throwing the already damaged Sith Lord off of a cliff. Despite severe damage to his suit, Vader survived the fall, and repaired himself with parts from Infil'a's droid, Arex.

Which Jedi was a traitor? ›

During the Battle of Umbara, Jedi General Pong Krell was revealed to be a traitor to the Galactic Republic, having deliberately attempted to get as many of the clone troopers under his command as possible killed in an attempt to become the Sith apprentice of Count Dooku.

Who killed Anakin's master? ›

Refusing to watch his son die, Vader—who still had good within him—threw his Master down a reactor shaft. This act redeemed Vader from the dark side of the Force, and he once again became Anakin Skywalker. With Sidious dead, the Sith were defeated.

Who is the oldest Jedi alive? ›

With the death of T'ra Saa at Taivas, K'Kruhk became the oldest and most experienced of the surviving Jedi and participated in the alliance's final assault on the Sith-held Coruscant. Following the deaths of Darth Krayt and Roan Fel, K'Kruhk became one of the three Triumvirs of the restored Galactic Alliance.

Who is the oldest Jedi? ›

Yoda. Yoda was a wise, experienced, and powerful Grand Master of the Jedi of an unknown species and the oldest known prophet in existence (having lived at least 900 years), considered the wisest and most powerful Jedi Master within the Star Wars universe.

Who killed all the Sith? ›

The infighting eventually led to the defeat of their order at the Mid Rim planet Ruusan in 1032 BBY, as the Jedi were able to all but destroy the weakened Sith. Bane was the sole survivor of the Jedi-Sith War, as he organized the eradication of all the other Sith.

Who are the 12 Jedi that survived Order 66? ›

Star Wars: Every Known Jedi That Survived Order 66
  • Grogu. Disney. ...
  • Cere Junda. Respawn Entertainment. ...
  • Taron Malicos. Respawn Entertainment. ...
  • Obi-Wan Kenobi. Disney+ ...
  • Yoda. 20th Century Fox. ...
  • Kanan Jarrus. LucasFilms. ...
  • Cal Kestis. Respawn Entertainment. ...
  • Ahsoka Tano. Lucasfilm.
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Did the Jedi know Order 66 existed? ›

In Legends, the Jedi knew about Order 66. They just didn't know it could be used in the way it was. It was billed to be used for taking down dark Jedi or rogues. Even before the biochip thing, the clones were flash trained with the expanded meaning of the order, which the Jedi were unaware of.

Which Jedi survived the purge? ›

The surviving Jedi Cal Kestis rose up against the Empire and tried to rebuild the Jedi Order. In 14 BBY, the Inquisitorius discovered a Jedi, Padawan Cal Kestis, hidden on Bracca. The Second Sister and Ninth Sister were sent to kill him, but Kestis managed to escape.

How many Jedi were alive before the Clone Wars? ›

Members. The exact size of the pre-purge Jedi's membership and operations are never specified. However, in the Star Wars Rebels episode "Path of the Jedi", Kanan Jarrus stated: There were around 10,000 Jedi Knights defending the galaxy.

How many Jedi died on Geonosis? ›

Result. Of the 212 Jedi who were part of the strike team, an estimated thirty survived the initial battle, of which at least two more died during the battle that followed, making the losses suffered by the team grave.

What Jedis are alive after the Clone Wars? ›

Everyone who survived Order 66
  • Obi-Wan Kenobi (A New Hope)
  • Yoda (The Empire Strikes Back)
  • Kanan Jarrus (Star Wars Rebels)
  • Cal Kestis (Jedi: Fallen Order)
  • Ahsoka Tano (Star Wars Rebels)
  • Grogu (The Mandalorian)
  • Jocasta Nu (Darth Vader: Dark Lord of the Sith comic)
  • Ferren Barr (Darth Vader: Dark Lord of the Sith comic)
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How many Sith were alive during the Clone Wars? ›

During the Clone Wars, there were known to be only two, a master and an apprentice, a practice created after the New Sith War by Darth Bane. Before the Great Sith War era, the Sith order, like its Jedi counterpart, had hundreds of thousands of members.

Was there ever a Jawa Jedi? ›

Akial was a Jawa male who was a member of the Jedi Order during the years of the Galactic Republic. He trained at the Almas Academy, a Jedi academy that was located on the planet Almas, where he specialized as a Jedi Consular.

Who was the first Jedi ever? ›

In the Star Wars Legends continuity, the founders of the Jedi Order were Jedi Masters Cala Brin, Garon Jard, Rajivari, and Ters Sendon.

How many Jedi have left the order? ›

Only twenty Jedi Masters have ever left the Order." The Lost Twenty, originally known as The Lost, were the Jedi Masters who had voluntarily resigned from the Jedi Order over ideological differences.

How many Jedi died before Order 66? ›

If we count Order 66, then we have rough estimates of 9,800–9,900 Jedi dying, 100–200 surviving. Most of the surviving Jedi were killed within the next few years. Aside from being a massive puppet show, what made the Clone Wars different from any other conflict the Jedi participated in?

Could Mace Windu have survived? ›

If only Anakin had not shown up at this moment… Ever since the release of Episode III, there have been rumors and mumblings that the Jedi Master did survive his fall and was still out there somewhere in the galaxy. Jackson himself has said several times that he personally thinks that Mace Windu survived.

Is Rey the only Jedi left? ›

Following Palpatine's final defeat and her own resurrection, Rey adopts the name Rey Skywalker to honor her mentors and their family legacy and renounce her lineage. As the last remaining Jedi, she makes it her mission to rebuild the Jedi Order.

Who were the 6 Jedi that survived? ›

Jedi including Oppo Rancisis, Coleman Kcaj and Kirak Infil'a are mentioned on the Inquisitorius' list of surviving Jedi after Order 66. Other Jedi like Master Uvell and former Padawan Gungi have been confirmed as survivors.

Who is the greatest Sith of all time? ›

By far the most iconic Sith Lord and warrior is Darth Vader (or Anakin Skywalker). He, through his extensive injuries and being trapped in a technologically-advanced suit to survive, stayed strong with the force.

Are there any female Sith? ›

The term "Sith Lord" generally encompassed members of both sexes, although some female Sith such as Lumiya, Tahiri Veila, Olaris Rhea, and Vestara Khai were styled Sith Lady.

Is Snoke a Sith Lord? ›

Snoke Is Not a Sith Lord

But the fact that he's a bio-engineered being created by Palpatine explains why his training of Kylo Ren followed the Sith mold so closely, since all along Palpatine was trying to manipulate Ren.


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