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Star Wars Characters: A Complete List of Galaxy’s Finest 264

Star Wars Characters

The galaxy of Star Wars is vast and filled with a myriad of characters that have captured the imagination of audiences for decades. This article will discuss everything about Star Wars characters. From the noble Jedi Knights who strive to maintain peace and order to the sinister Sith Lords thirsting for power, each character plays a pivotal role in the epic battles between light and dark.

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As the franchise has expanded beyond the original movie trilogies to include television series, novels, and comics, the pantheon of characters has grown to include those from diverse eras and backgrounds.

Characters, both major and minor, serve to enrich the expansive Star Wars narrative by contributing to the depth and complexity of the universe. In this article, we’ll be discussing such 264 STar Wars characters. So, keep on reading.

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  • Star Wars features an extensive cast of characters from various eras.
  • New characters and storylines continually expand the Star Wars universe.
  • The franchise’s characters provoke deep fan engagement and creativity.
  • In the ever-evolving Star Wars universe, characters old and new contribute to a rich tapestry of narratives

A to Z of Star Wars Characters: Alphabetically Arranged

We’ve gathered a total of 264 Star Wars characters. First, we’ll break down the characters in alphabetical order. Let’s get it.

The A-D Star Wars Character Guide

First, check out the Star Wars characters whose names start with A to D

Character

Description

Portrayed/Voiced by

Admiral Ackbar

Mon Calamari military commander, known for “It’s a trap!”

Main article: Admiral Ackbar

Stass Allie

Tholothian Jedi Master, cousin of Adi Gallia, victim of Order 66

Lily Nyamwasa (portrayed in Episode III)

Almec

Mandalorian politician, Prime Minister of Mandalore during Clone Wars

Julian Holloway (voiced in The Clone Wars)

Mas Amedda

Chagrian Vice Chair of the Galactic Senate, Grand Vizier in the Empire

Jerome Blake, David Bowers (portrayed in Episodes I-III), Stephen Stanton (voiced in The Clone Wars)

Padmé Amidala

Main article: Padmé Amidala

Cassian Andor

Main article: Cassian Andor

Maarva Andor

Human female, adoptive mother of Cassian Andor

Fiona Shaw (portrayed in Andor)

The Armorer

Main article: The Armorer

Raymus Antilles

Captain of the Tantive IV, strangled by Darth Vader

Peter Geddis, Rohan Nichol, Tim Beckmann (portrayed in Episodes III and IV, Rogue One)

Wedge Antilles

Main article: Wedge Antilles

Chelli Lona Aphra

Main article: Doctor Aphra

Ryder Azadi

Former Governor of Lothal, assisted Rebels helped in the liberation of Lothal.

Clancy Brown (voiced in Rebels)

Azmorigan

Jablogian crime lord, business partner of Vizago’s

James Hong (voiced in Rebels)

Ponda Baba

Aqualish mercenary attacked Luke Skywalker

Tommy Ilsley (portrayed in Episode IV)

Cad Bane

Main article: Cad Bane

Darth Bane

Main article: Darth Bane

Tobias Beckett

Main article: Tobias Beckett

Val Beckett

Wife and partner-in-crime of Tobias Beckett, killed during a Coaxium heist

Thandiwe Newton (portrayed in Solo)

The Bendu

Ancient Force-wielder, “the middle” between the ashlar and bogan

Tom Baker (voiced in Rebels)

Kelleran Beq

Jedi Master rescued Grogu from Order 66

Ahmed Best (portrayed in The Mandalorian)

Sio Bibble

Governor of Naboo

Oliver Ford Davies (portrayed in Episodes I-III)

Depa Billaba

Jedi Master fell into a coma after an encounter with General Grievous, and sacrificed herself during Order 66

Dipika O’Neill Joti (portrayed in Episodes I-II), Archie Panjabi (voiced in The Bad Batch)

Jar Jar Binks

Main article: Jar Jar Binks

Zorii Bliss

Leader of spice-smugglers, past love interest of Poe Dameron

Keri Russell (portrayed in Episode IX)

Lux Bonteri

Son of Separatist senator Mina Bonteri, freedom fighter during Clone Wars

Jason Spisak (voiced in The Clone Wars)

Bossk

Trandoshan bounty hunter, known for hunting Wookiees

Alan Harris (portrayed in Episodes V-VI), Dee Bradley Baker (voiced in The Clone Wars)

Ezra Bridger

Main article: Ezra Bridger

Bix Caleen

Mechanic and black market dealer, Andor’s ally

Adria Arjona (portrayed in Andor)

Lando Calrissian

Main article: Lando Calrissian

Chewbacca

Main article: Chewbacca

Cid Scaleback

Former Jedi informant provides Bad Batch with mercenary missions

Rhea Perlman (voiced in The Bad Batch)

The Client

Main article: The Client (Star Wars)

Rush Clovis

Separatist Senator, a delegate of the InterGalactic Banking Clan, sacrifices himself during the Battle of Scipio.

Robin Atkin Downes (voiced in The Clone Wars)

Commander CC-2224 “Cody”

The Clone Commander of the 212th Attack Battalion betrays Obi-Wan Kenobi during Order 66

Temuera Morrison (portrayed in Episode III), Dee Bradley Baker (voiced in The Clone Wars and The Bad Batch)

Kaydel Ko Connix

The junior controller in the Resistance

Billie Lourd (portrayed in Episodes VII-IX)

Eno Cordova

Jedi Master, a presumed survivor of Order 66, a former mentor of Cere Junda

Tony Amendola (voiced in Jedi: Fallen Order)

CT-9904 “Crosshair”

A deformed clone trooper, a member of Clone Force 99, turns on squadmates after Order 66

Dee Bradley Baker (voiced in The Clone Wars and The Bad Batch)

Salacious B. Crumb

Kowakian monkey-lizard in Jabba the Hutt’s court

Tim Rose (performed in Episode VI), Mark Dodson (voice)

Figrin D’an

Leader of the Bith band “Figrin D’an and the Modal Nodes,” played in the Mos Eisley cantina.

Rick Baker (portrayed in Episode IV)

Poe Dameron

Main article: Poe Dameron

Biggs Darklighter

Rebel Alliance pilot and childhood friend of Luke Skywalker, killed in the Battle of Yavin.

Garrick Hagon (portrayed in Episode IV)

The Daughter

Mortis god, the embodiment of the light side of the Force, sacrificed herself to save her father from her brother.

Adrienne Wilkinson (voiced in The Clone Wars)

Dengar

Corellian bounty hunter, part of a syndicate betrayed by Asajj Ventress

Morris Bush (portrayed in Episodes V-VI), Simon Pegg (voiced in The Clone Wars)

DJ

Slicer assists and betrays Finn and Rose Tico

Benicio del Toro (portrayed in Episode VIII)

Din Djarin / The Mandalorian

Main article: The Mandalorian (character)

Tan Divo

Coruscant police inspector during Clone Wars lived on Alderaan, died during “The Disaster.”

Tom Kenny (voiced in The Clone Wars)

Lott Dod

Neimoidian senator of the Trade Federation

Silas Carson (portrayed in Episode I, voiced by Toby Longworth), Gideon Emery (voiced in The Clone Wars)

Jan Dodonna

General, leader of the Rebel base on Yavin 4, planned the attack on the first Death Star.

Alex McCrindle (portrayed in Episode IV), Michael Bell (voiced in Rebels), Ian McElhinney (portrayed in Rogue One)

Count Dooku / Darth Tyranus

Main article: Count Dooku

Cin Drallig

Jedi Master, battle master and head of security for the Jedi Temple, killed by Darth Vader.

Nick Gillard (portrayed in Episode III), Robin Atkin Downes (voiced in The Clone Wars)

Caleb Dume / Kanan Jarrus

Main article: Kanan Jarrus

Cara Dune

Main article: Cara Dune

Rio Durant

Ardennian pilot, associate of Tobias and Val Beckett, killed during a Coaxium heist.

Jon Favreau (voiced in Solo)

Tala Durith

Disillusioned Imperial officer on Mapuzo aids Ben Kenobi and Princess Leia.

Indira Varma (portrayed by Obi-Wan Kenobi)

The E-K Star Wars Character Guide

Star Wars Most Popular Characters

Now, check out the Star Wars characters whose names start with E to K

Character

Description

Portrayed/Voiced by

CT-1409 “Echo”

ARC Trooper and member of Domino Squad and the 501st Legion, thought to be killed in the Battle of Lola Sayu, captured and used by Separatists, rescued by Captain Rex and the Bad Batch, joins Clone Force 99, rebels against the Empire, becomes a mercenary

Dee Bradley Baker (voiced in The Clone Wars)

The Eighth Brother

Masked Terellian Jango Jumper who trailed Darth Maul to Malachor and fell to his death

Robbie Daymond (voiced in Rebels)

Morgan Elsbeth

Former protégé of Grand Admiral Thrawn, leads Imperial Remnant on Corvus, targeted by Ahsoka Tano, defeated by Ahsoka with Din Djarin’s help, later freed by allies

Diana Lee Inosanto (portrayed in The Mandalorian and Ahsoka)

Embo

Kyuzo bounty hunter with a sense of honor, uses a bowcaster and a hat as weapons

Dave Filoni (voiced in The Clone Wars)

Galen Erso

Imperial research scientist, father of Jyn Erso, designs Death Star with a critical weakness, later mortally wounded by Rebels

Mads Mikkelsen (portrayed in Rogue One)

Jyn Erso

Main character, daughter of Galen Erso

Haja Estree

Human male con artist on Daiyu during the Galactic Empire reign

Kumail Nanjiani (portrayed in Obi-Wan Kenobi)

Cornelius Evazan

Antagonizes Luke Skywalker, attacked by Obi-Wan Kenobi in the Mos Eisley cantina, threatens Jyn Erso on the streets of Jedha

Alfie Curtis (portrayed in Episode IV), Michael Smiley (portrayed in Rogue One)

Onaconda Farr

Senator from Rodia, initially aligned with CIS, later returns to the Republic, killed by poisoned drink

Zuraya Hamilton (portrayed in Episode II), Dee Bradley Baker (voiced in The Clone Wars)

The Father

Represents the balance of the Force, one of the three Mortis gods, lures Anakin Skywalker, commits suicide

Lloyd Sherr (voiced in The Clone Wars)

Boba Fett

Main character

Jango Fett

Main article: Jango Fett

The Fifth Brother

Second Inquisitor introduced in Rebels, gray-skinned humanoid, killed by Maul on Malachor

Philip Anthony-Rodriguez (voiced in Rebels), Sung Kang (portrayed in Obi-Wan Kenobi)

Finn / FN-2187

Main article: Finn (Star Wars)

Kit Fisto

Nautolan Jedi Master, member of Jedi Council, dies attempting to arrest Darth Sidious

Zachariah Jensen, Daniel Zizmor (portrayed in Episode II), Ben Cooke (portrayed in Episode III), Phil LaMarr (voiced in The Clone Wars)

CT-27-5555 “Fives”

ARC Trooper, Domino Squad and 501st Legion member, discovers Order 66, framed for assassination attempt, killed by Commander Fox under Palpatine’s orders

Dee Bradley Baker (voiced in The Clone Wars)

Bib Fortuna

Main article: Bib Fortuna

The Fourth Sister

Second Inquisitor introduced in Obi-Wan Kenobi, former Jedi Knight, falls to the dark side, part of Inquisitorius, involved in tracking Obi-Wan Kenobi

Rya Kihlstedt (portrayed in Obi-Wan Kenobi)

Babu Frik

Anzellan droidsmith on Kijimi, helps decrypt a message inside C-3PO’s memory

Shirley Henderson (voiced in Episode IX)

Garsa Fwip

Twi’lek owner of The Sanctuary cantina in Mos Espa, interacts with Boba Fett, killed by Pykes

Jennifer Beals (portrayed in The Book of Boba Fett)

Adi Gallia

Tholothian Jedi Master, Jedi Council member, killed by Savage Oppress during the Clone Wars

Gin Clarke (portrayed in Episode I), Angelique Perrin (voiced in The Clone Wars and Episode IX)

Yarna d’al’ Gargan

Askajian dancer enslaved to Jabba the Hutt

Claire Davenport (portrayed in Episode VI)

Garindan

Kubaz spy who leads Imperial stormtroopers to the Millennium Falcon

Saw Gerrera

Main article: Saw Gerrera

Steela Gerrera

Sister of Saw Gerrera, part of rebellion against Separatists on Onderon, killed during final battle

Dawn-Lyen Gardner (voiced in The Clone Wars)

Moff Gideon

Main article: Moff Gideon

The Grand Inquisitor

Unnamed Jedi of Pau’an species, defects from Jedi Order, joins Galactic Empire, tasked with hunting down remaining Jedi, defeated by Kanan Jarrus, later redeemed spirit known as The Sentinel

Jason Isaacs (voiced in Rebels), Rupert Friend (portrayed in Obi-Wan Kenobi)

CC-1004 “Gree”

Clone Commander of the 41st Elite Corps, serves under Jedi Luminara Unduli, attempts to carry out Order 66, killed by Yoda

Temuera Morrison (portrayed in Episode III), Dee Bradley Baker (voiced in The Clone Wars)

Greedo

Main article: Greedo

CC-5576-39 “Gregor”

Clone Commando thought to have died on Sarrish, stricken with amnesia on Abafar, survives and joins the Republic, later rescued by the Bad Batch, fatally wounded during battle against Imperial forces

Dee Bradley Baker (voiced in The Clone Wars, Rebels, and The Bad Batch)

Grievous

Main article: General Grievous

Din Grogu / The Child

Main article: Grogu

Nute Gunray

Neimoidian Viceroy of the Trade Federation, invades Naboo, joins Separatist Alliance, sent to Mustafar by Grievous, executed by Darth Vader

Silas Carson (portrayed in Episodes I-III), Tom Kenny (voiced in The Clone Wars)

Rune Haako

Nute Gunray’s right-hand man, high-ranking member of Trade Federation, killed on Mustafar

Jerome Blake, James Taylor (voiced in Episode I), Alan Ruscoe, Chris Truswell (voiced in Episode II), Sandy Thompson (portrayed in Episode III)

Shin Hati

Apprentice of Baylan Skoll, Dark Jedi mercenary, operates with Morgan Elsbeth, stays on Peridea to lead bandits after the battle

Ivanna Sakhno (portrayed in Ahsoka)

Valin Hess

Imperial officer, encounters Migs Mayfeld, killed by Mayfeld during the Imperial rhydonium refinery mission

Richard Brake (portrayed in The Mandalorian)

Amilyn Holdo

Main article: Vice-Admiral Holdo

“Hunter”

Deformed clone trooper, commander of Clone Force 99, has enhanced senses, rebels against the Empire, forms a strong father-daughter relationship with Omega

Dee Bradley Baker (voiced in The Clone Wars and The Bad Batch)

Armitage Hux

Main article: General Hux

Chirrut Îmwe

Blind warrior, believer in the Force, Guardian of the Whills, aids Rebel Alliance in stealing Death Star plans, killed during Battle of Scarif

Donnie Yen (portrayed in Rogue One)

Jabba the Hutt

Main article: Jabba the Hutt

Jannah

Former First Order stormtrooper, joins the Resistance, befriends Finn

Naomi Ackie (portrayed in Episode IX)

CT-5597 “Jesse”

ARC Trooper within the 501st Legion, captured by Darth Maul, rescued, attempts to execute Ahsoka and Rex after Order 66, killed when the Venator-class Star Destroyer crashes on a moon

Dee Bradley Baker (voiced in The Clone Wars and Tales of the Jedi)

Dexter Jettster

Besalisk owner of Dex’s Diner, friend of Obi-Wan Kenobi, provides information about Kamino

Ronald Falk (voiced in Episode II)

Tiaan Jerjerrod

Moff, commanding officer of the second Death Star, tasked with hurrying its completion

Michael Pennington (portrayed in Episode VI)

Qui-Gon Jinn

Main article: Qui-Gon Jinn

Cere Junda

Former Jedi Knight, mentor to Cal Kestis, co-pilot of the Stinger Mantis

Debra Wilson (voiced in Jedi: Fallen Order and Jedi: Survivor)

Alexsandr Kallus

Former member of the Imperial Security Bureau, spy for the Rebel Alliance, defects from the Empire

David Oyelowo (voiced in Rebels)

Maz Kanata

Main article: Maz Kanata

Greef Karga

Main article: Greef Karga

Syril Karn

Deputy Inspector for Preox-Morlana Authority, determined to capture Andor, works for Pre-Mor’s security services

Kyle Soller (portrayed in Andor)

Kassius Konstantine

Imperial Navy officer, assists Inquisitors, Darth Vader, and Thrawn, killed during Battle of Atollon

Dee Bradley Baker (voiced in Rebels)

Katuunko

Toydarian monarch aiding the Republic during the Clone Wars, killed by Savage Oppress

Brian George (voiced in The Clone Wars)

Cinta Kaz

Rebel within a network operated by Luthen Rael, resists the Galactic Empire

Varada Sethu (portrayed in Andor)

Obi-Wan Kenobi / Ben Kenobi

Main article: Obi-Wan Kenobi

Cal Kestis

Main article: Cal Kestis

Agen Kolar

Iridonian Zabrak Jedi Master, member of Jedi Council, killed while attempting to arrest Darth Sidious

Tux Akindoyeni (portrayed in Episodes II-III)

Plo Koon

Kel Dor Jedi Master, Jedi Council member, dies during the Clone Wars when his starfighter is shot down by his military escort

Alan Ruscoe (portrayed in Episode I), Matt Sloan (portrayed in Episodes II-III), James Arnold Taylor (voiced in The Clone Wars)

Eeth Koth

Iridonian Zabrak Jedi Master, member of Jedi Council, survives Order 66, goes into hiding, tracked down and killed by Darth Vader

Hassani Shapi (portrayed in Episode I), Chris Edgerly (voiced in The Clone Wars)

Pong Krell

Besalisk Jedi, temporary commander of the 501st Legion during the Battle of Umbara, hates clones, aspires to be Count Dooku’s apprentice, executed by trooper Dogma after treachery is revealed

Dave Fennoy (voiced in The Clone Wars)

Orson Krennic

Main article: Orson Krennic

Black Krrsantan

Main article: Black Krrsantan

Bo-Katan Kryze

Main article: Bo-Katan Kryze

Satine Kryze

Duchess of Mandalore, pacifist leader, killed by Darth Maul

Anna Graves (voiced in The Clone Wars)

Kuiil

Main article: Kuiil

The L-P Star Wars Character Guide

Time to show you the Star Wars characters whose names start with L-P

Character

Description

Portrayed/Voiced By

Beru Whitesun Lars

Step-aunt and surrogate mother of Luke Skywalker, killed by stormtroopers on Tatooine

Shelagh Fraser (Episode IV), Bonnie Piesse (Episodes II-III, Obi-Wan Kenobi)

Cliegg Lars

Moisture farmer, stepfather of Anakin Skywalker, loses a leg pursuing Sand People, passes away during the Clone Wars

Jack Thompson (Episode II)

Owen Lars

Step-uncle and surrogate father of Luke Skywalker, killed by stormtroopers on Tatooine

Phil Brown (Episode IV), Joel Edgerton (Episodes II-III, Obi-Wan Kenobi)

Cut Lawquane

Former clone trooper, deserter turned farmer on Saleucami, with a wife and two children

Dee Bradley Baker (The Clone Wars, The Bad Batch)

Lobot

Cyborg aide to Lando Calrissian, has a cybernetic implant to interface with Cloud City’s central computer

John Hollis (Episode V)

Kino Loy

Floor manager at the Imperial factory facility on Narkina 5

Andy Serkis (Andor)

Crix Madine

Rebel general, devises the plan to destroy the shield generator for the second Death Star

Dermot Crowley (Episode VI)

Baze Malbus

Mercenary and friend of Chirrut Îmwe, aids the Rebel Alliance in stealing Death Star plans, killed during the Battle of Scarif

Jiang Wen (Rogue One)

Taron Malicos

Jedi Master, survives Order 66, succumbs to the dark side, defeated by Cal Kestis with Merrin’s help

Liam McIntyre (Jedi: Fallen Order)

Kleya Marki

Human female concierge at Luthen Rael’s gallery on Coruscant

Elizabeth Dulau (Andor)

Rafa and Trace Martez

Rafa – smuggler, Trace – pilot and mechanic, sisters from Coruscant, befriend Ahsoka Tano during the Clone Wars, work with the Bad Batch to fight the Empire

Rafa – Elizabeth Rodriguez, Trace – Brigitte Kali (The Clone Wars, The Bad Batch)

Darth Maul

Former Sith, survives being cut in half, seeks revenge against Jedi, killed by Darth Sidious on Mandalore

Ray Park (Episodes I-II), Sam Witwer (The Clone Wars)

Migs Mayfeld

Imperial officer, encounters Mando, kills Valin Hess during a refinery mission

Bill Burr (The Mandalorian)

Mart Mattin

Rebel pilot in Hera Syndulla’s squad, survives the attack on Lothal City’s Imperial base, joins the Lothal Rebel cell

Zachary Gordon (Rebels)

Dedra Meero

Supervisor for the Imperial Security Bureau, interested in Cassian Andor’s actions

Denise Gough (Andor)

Ruescott Melshi

Sergeant in Rebel Alliance’s special forces, sacrifices himself to retrieve Death Star plans on Scarif

Duncan Pow (Rogue One, Andor)

Sly Moore

Umbaran personal aide of Palpatine, aware of his identity as Darth Sidious

Sandi Findlay (Episodes II-III)

Mon Mothma

Key figure in the Rebel Alliance, works on plans to destroy the second Death Star

Genevieve O’Reilly (Revenge of the Sith, Rogue One, Andor)

Peli Motto

Docking bay attendant and ship mechanic on Tatooine, befriends Din Djarin and Grogu

Amy Sedaris (The Mandalorian, The Book of Boba Fett)

Ki-Adi-Mundi

Cerean Jedi Master and Jedi Council member, fights in Clone Wars, killed during Order 66

Silas Carson (Episodes I-III), Brian George (The Clone Wars, Tales of the Jedi)

Rugor Nass

Gungan leader, establishes a treaty with Naboo humans

Brian Blessed (Episode I)

Enfys Nest

Leader of the Cloud Riders, pirate gang supporting the Rebel Alliance

Erin Kellyman (Solo)

99 “Ninety-Nine”

Deformed clone trooper, aids Domino Squad, killed during a battle on Kamino

Dee Bradley Baker (The Clone Wars)

Jocasta Nu

Jedi librarian, survives Order 66, later killed by Darth Vader

Alethea McGrath (Episode II), Flo Di Re (The Clone Wars, Tales of the Jedi)

Nien Nunb

Sullustan pilot, co-pilots the Millennium Falcon during the Battle of Endor

Mike Quinn (Return of the Jedi), Kipsang Rotich (voice in Episode VI, The Force Awakens)

Commander CC-2237 “Odd Ball”

Clone Commander and pilot, participates in various battles, serves under Obi-Wan Kenobi

Temuera Morrison (Episode III), Dee Bradley Baker (The Clone Wars)

Barriss Offee

Mirialan Jedi apprentice, friend of Ahsoka Tano, betrays Ahsoka, frames her for a bombing

Nalini Krishan (Episode II), Meredith Salenger (The Clone Wars)

Hondo Ohnaka

Leader of Ohnaka Gang, pirate, kidnaps Obi-Wan, Anakin, Count Dooku, Ahsoka; helps and clashes with the Jedi during the Clone Wars

Jim Cummings (The Clone Wars, Rebels, Forces of Destiny)

Ric Olié

Pilot of the queen’s ship during Naboo escape, leader of Bravo Squadron

Ralph Brown (Episode I)

Omega

Young female clone, unaltered like Boba Fett, serves as Nala Se’s medical assistant, joins Clone Force 99

Michelle Ang (The Bad Batch)

Ketsu Onyo

Mandalorian bounty hunter, former friend of Sabine Wren, later aids the Rebel Alliance

Gina Torres (Rebels, Forces of Destiny)

Oola

Twi’lek dancer enslaved by Jabba the Hutt, killed by the Rancor

Femi Taylor (Episode VI)

Savage Opress

Dathomirian Zabrak Nightbrother, brother of Darth Maul, manipulated by Asajj Ventress, becomes Dooku’s apprentice, killed by Darth Sidious

Clancy Brown (The Clone Wars)

Bail Organa

Adoptive father of Leia Organa, Senator of Alderaan, founding member of the Rebel Alliance, killed in the destruction of Alderaan

Jimmy Smits (Episodes II-III, Rogue One, Obi-Wan Kenobi), Phil LaMarr (The Clone Wars, Rebels, Tales of the Jedi, The Bad Batch)

Breha Organa

Queen of Alderaan, wife of Bail Organa, adoptive mother of Leia Organa, killed in the destruction of Alderaan

Rebecca Jackson Mendoza (Episode III), Simone Kessell (Obi-Wan Kenobi)

Leia Organa

Main protagonist, member of the Rebel Alliance, Princess of Alderaan, later General Organa

Carrie Fisher (Episodes IV-VIII), Shelby Young (The Rise of Skywalker)

Garazeb “Zeb” Orrelios

Former Captain of Lasat high honor guard, muscle of the Ghost crew in the Rebel Alliance

Steve Blum (Rebels, The Mandalorian)

Sheev Palpatine / Darth Sidious

Sith Lord, manipulates events leading to the rise of the Galactic Empire, Emperor of the Sith

Ian McDiarmid (Episodes I-VI, IX), Sam Witwer (The Clone Wars, Rebels)

Quarsh Panaka

Captain of Queen Amidala’s guard

Hugh Quarshie (Episode I)

Baron Papanoida

Pantoran Senator, Chairman of the Pantoran Assembly

George Lucas (Episode III), Corey Burton (The Clone Wars)

Gilad Pellaeon

Imperial officer, captain in Grand Admiral Thrawn’s Seventh Fleet, debuts in Timothy Zahn’s Thrawn trilogy, appears in The Mandalorian

Xander Berkeley (The Mandalorian)

Doctor Penn Pershing

Imperial Doctor working for Moff Gideon, experiments on Grogu

Omid Abtahi (The Mandalorian)

Captain Phasma

Stormtrooper captain in the First Order, serves under Kylo Ren

Gwendoline Christie (Episodes VII-VIII)

Even Piell

Lannik Jedi Master and Council Member, captured and killed by anoobas on the Citadel

Michaela Cottrel (Episode I), Bair Bless (The Clone Wars)

Firmus Piett

Imperial Admiral, Captain in the naval forces of the Galactic Empire, serves under Darth Vader, appears in The Mandalorian

Kenneth Colley (Episodes V-VI), Omid Abtahi (The Mandalorian)

Unkar Plutt

Crolute Junkboss on Jakku, trades portions of food for salvage, attempts to take BB-8 from Rey

Simon Pegg (Episode VII), Dee Bradley Baker (Forces of Destiny)

Poggle the Lesser

Archduke of Geonosis, Techno Union member, Separatist leader killed by Darth Vader on Mustafar

Marton Csokas (Episode II), Matthew Wood (The Clone Wars)

Commander CT-411 “Ponds”

Clone Commander and pilot, serves Mace Windu, helps organize clone commando units, captured and executed by Aurra Sing

Temuera Morrison (Episode II), Dee Bradley Baker (The Clone Wars)

Yarael Poof

Quermian Jedi Master on the Jedi High Council

Michelle Taylor (Episode I)

Jek Porkins

X-wing pilot codenamed “Red Six,” killed in the attack on the Death Star

William Hootkins (Episode IV)

Arihnda Pryce

Imperial Governor of Lothal

Mary Elizabeth McGlynn (Rebels), explored in Star Wars: Thrawn

Enric Pryde

Former Imperial Admiral, Allegiant General of the First Order, executed General Hux, commands the Sith Eternal’s fleet during the Battle of Exegol

Richard E. Grant (Episode IX)

Lom Pyke

Minister of the Pyke Syndicate, joins the Shadow Collective, killed by Count Dooku

Matt Lanter (The Clone Wars)

The Q-S Star Wars Character Guide

Here is the list of Star Wars characters whose names start with Q-S.

Character

Description

Portrayed/Voiced by

Qi’ra

Main article: Qi’ra

 

Quarrie

Mon Calamari engineer who built the prototype B-wing; voiced by Corey Burton

Corey Burton

Raddus

Mon Calamari admiral of the Rebel Alliance who perishes at the Battle of Scarif; portrayed by Paul Kasey, voiced by Stephen Stanton

Paul Kasey, Stephen Stanton

Luthen Rael

Rebel Alliance member who hires Cassian; portrayed by Stellan Skarsgård

Stellan Skarsgård

Dak Ralter

Luke Skywalker’s snowspeeder gunner who dies in the Battle of Hoth; portrayed by John Morton

John Morton

Oppo Rancisis

Thisspiasian Jedi Master and Jedi Council member; portrayed by Jerome Blake

Jerome Blake

Fenn Rau

Leader of the Protectors of Concord Dawn; voiced by Kevin McKidd

Kevin McKidd

Max Rebo

Ortolan keyboard player and leader of the Max Rebo Band; portrayed by Simon Williamson (Episode VI)

Simon Williamson

Ren

Main article: Ren (Star Wars)

 

Captain Rex

Main article: Captain Rex

 

Rey

Main article: Rey (Star Wars)

 

Nossor Ri

Chieftain of the Quarren who initially conspires with the CIS during the Clone Wars; voiced by Corey Burton

Corey Burton

Kawlan Roken

Human male dissident during the Galactic Empire; portrayed by O’Shea Jackson Jr.

O’Shea Jackson Jr.

Bodhi Rook

Main article: Bodhi Rook

 

Roshti

Governor of the planet Kiros and leader of a Togruta colony during the Clone Wars; voiced by Corey Burton

Corey Burton

Rukh

Noghri assassin who serves under Grand Admiral Thrawn; voiced by Warwick Davis

Warwick Davis

Sabé

One of Padmé Amidala’s handmaidens; portrayed by Keira Knightley

Keira Knightley

Vel Sartha

Rebel leader on the planet Aldhani; portrayed by Faye Marsay (Andor)

Faye Marsay

Jun Sato

Commander of the rebel cell Phoenix Squadron; voiced by Keone Young

Keone Young

Gar Saxon

Mandalorian warrior who serves under Darth Maul; voiced by Ray Stevenson (The Clone Wars and Rebels)

Ray Stevenson

Tiber Saxon

Gar Saxon’s brother and Imperial Governor of Mandalore; voiced by Tobias Menzies (Rebels)

Tobias Menzies

Nala Se

Kaminoan scientist in charge of the cloning process; voiced by Gwendoline Yeo (The Clone Wars, The Bad Batch)

Gwendoline Yeo

Sebulba

Dug podracer who competes against Anakin Skywalker; voiced by Lewis MacLeod (Episode I)

Lewis MacLeod

Aayla Secura

Twi’lek Jedi betrayed and killed by clone troopers on Felucia; portrayed by Amy Allen (Episodes II-III), voiced by Jennifer Hale (The Clone Wars, Episode IX)

Amy Allen, Jennifer Hale

Zev Senesca

Rogue Squadron pilot who dies during the Battle of Hoth; portrayed by Christopher Malcolm (Episode V)

Christopher Malcolm

Reva Sevander

Inquisitor who survived Order 66; portrayed by Moses Ingram (Obi-Wan Kenobi)

Moses Ingram

The Seventh Sister

Mirialan Inquisitor introduced in Rebels; voiced by Sarah Michelle Gellar

Sarah Michelle Gellar

Fennec Shand

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Aurra Sing

Palliduvan bounty hunter; portrayed by Michonne Bourriague (Episode I), voiced by Jaime King (The Clone Wars)

Michonne Bourriague, Jaime King

Tera Sinube

Elderly Cosian Jedi Master; voiced by Greg Baldwin (The Clone Wars)

Greg Baldwin

The Sixth Brother

Inquisitor sent to hunt down Ahsoka Tano; voiced by Clancy Brown (Tales of the Jedi)

Clancy Brown

Baylan Skoll

Former Jedi who survived Order 66; portrayed by Ray Stevenson (Ahsoka)

Ray Stevenson

Anakin Skywalker

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Luke Skywalker

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Shmi Skywalker

Mother of Anakin Skywalker; portrayed by Pernilla August (Episodes I-II, The Clone Wars)

Pernilla August

Supreme Leader Snoke

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Sy Snootles

Pa’lowick and lead vocalist of the Max Rebo Band; puppeteered by Tim Rose and Mike Quinn (Episode VI), voiced by Annie Arbogast (Episode VI), voiced by Nika Futterman (The Clone Wars)

Tim Rose, Mike Quinn, Annie Arbogast, Nika Futterman

Osi Sobek

Phindian CIS commander and warden of “The Citadel”; voiced by James Arnold Taylor (The Clone Wars)

James Arnold Taylor

Kylo Ren

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Han Solo

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The Son

Mortis god embodying the dark side of the Force; voiced by Sam Witwer (The Clone Wars)

Sam Witwer

Lama Su

Prime Minister of Kamino; voiced by Anthony Phelan (Episode II), voiced by Bob Bergen (The Clone Wars, The Bad Batch)

Anthony Phelan, Bob Bergen

The Second Sister

Inquisitor and former Jedi Padawan; voiced by Elizabeth Grullon (Jedi: Fallen Order), cameo appearance in Darth Vader: Dark Lord of the Sith

Elizabeth Grullon

Cham Syndulla

Twi’lek freedom fighter; voiced by Robin Atkin Downes (The Clone Wars, Rebels, The Bad Batch)

Robin Atkin Downes

Hera Syndulla

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Jacen Syndulla

Human and Twi’lek hybrid; portrayed by Evan Whitten (Ahsoka)

Evan Whitten

The T-Z Star Wars Character Guide

Finally, check out the Star Wars characters whose names start with T to Z

Character

Description

Portrayed/Voiced by

Orn Free Taa

Twi’lek Galactic Senator from Ryloth

Jerome Blake (Episode I), Matt Rowan (Episodes II-III)

Mother Talzin

Dathomirian leader of the Nightsister clans, biological mother of Maul, Savage Opress, and Feral

Voiced by Barbara Goodson (The Clone Wars)

Wat Tambor

Skakoan Foreman of the Techno Union, Executive of Baktoid Armor Workshop, Separatist Council member

Voiced by Chris Truswell (Episode II), Matthew Wood (The Clone Wars)

Ahsoka Tano / Fulcrum

Former Jedi Padawan, later Rebel Alliance operative

Voiced by Ashley Eckstein (The Clone Wars, Rebels)

Wilhuff Tarkin

Grand Moff, prominent Imperial military officer

Portrayed by Peter Cushing (Episode IV)

Tarfful

Wookiee chieftain, fought in the Battle of Kashyyyk

Portrayed by Michael Kingma (Episode III)

Roos Tarpals

Gungan General, killed in a fight with General Grievous

Voiced by Steve Speirs (Episode I)

Jaro Tapal

Lasat Jedi Master, trainer of Cal Kestis, sacrificed himself during Order 66

Voiced by Travis Willingham (Jedi: Fallen Order)

“Tech”

Deformed clone trooper, member of Clone Force 99, skilled with technology

Voiced by Dee Bradley Baker (The Clone Wars, The Bad Batch)

Lor San Tekka

Former explorer, follower of the Church of the Force

Portrayed by Max von Sydow (Episode VII)

Carson Teva

Captain in the New Republic’s Starfighter Corps

Portrayed by Paul Sun-Hyung Lee (The Mandalorian, The Book of Boba Fett, Ahsoka)

Thrawn

Grand Admiral

(Expanded Universe), voiced by Lars Mikkelsen (Rebels)

Shaak Ti

Togruta Jedi Master, member of the Jedi Council

Portrayed by Orli Shoshan (Episodes II-III), voiced by Tasia Valenza (The Clone Wars)

Rose Tico

Resistance maintenance worker, sister of Paige Tico

Portrayed by Kelly Marie Tran (Episode VIII-IX)

Saesee Tiin

Iktotchi Jedi Master, member of the Jedi High Council

Portrayed by Khan Bonfils (Episode I), Jesse Jensen (Episode II), Kenji Oates (Episode III), voiced by Dee Bradley Baker (The Clone Wars)

Trench

Harch Admiral of the Separatist Navy

Voiced by Dee Bradley Baker (The Clone Wars)

CC-5385 “Tup”

Clone trooper, participant in the Battle of Umbara, key to the capture of General Pong Krell, experiences biochip malfunction leading to early Order 66

Voiced by Dee Bradley Baker (The Clone Wars)

Gregar Typho

Bodyguard of Padmé Amidala

Portrayed by Jay Laga’aia (Episodes II-III), voiced by James Mathis III (The Clone Wars)

Luminara Unduli

Mirialan Jedi Master, Barriss Offee’s mentor, killed during Order 66

Portrayed by Mary Oyaya (Episode II), Fay David (Episode III), voiced by Cree Summer (Clone Wars), Olivia d’Abo (The Clone Wars, Episode IX)

Finis Valorum

Supreme Chancellor of the Galactic Republic, ousted from office

Portrayed by Terence Stamp (Episode I), voiced by Ian Ruskin (The Clone Wars)

Cobb Vanth

Character from the Aftermath trilogy

(Not specified)

General Maximilian Veers

Commander of the 501st Legion, leads the Empire’s attack on Hoth

Portrayed by Julian Glover (Episode V)

Asajj Ventress

Dark Jedi, former Sith apprentice

(Expanded Universe), voiced by Nika Futterman (The Clone Wars)

Iden Versio

Commander of the Inferno Squad

Portrayed by Janina Gavankar (Star Wars: Battlefront II)

Cikatro Vizago

Devaronian crime lord, occasional ally of the Ghost crew

Voiced by Keith Szarabajka (Rebels)

Paz Vizsla

Mandalorian foundling, heavy infantry Mandalorian

Portrayed by Tait Fletcher (The Mandalorian)

Pre Vizsla

Mandalorian warlord, leader of Death Watch

Voiced by Jon Favreau (The Clone Wars)

Dryden Vos

Crime lord, figurehead of the Crimson Dawn crime syndicate

Portrayed by Paul Bettany (Solo), voiced by Sam Witwer (The Clone Wars)

Quinlan Vos

Kiffar Jedi Master, turns briefly to the dark side

Voiced by Al Rodrigo (The Clone Wars)

Wicket W. Warrick

Ewok from the forest moon of Endor

(Not specified)

Watto

Toydarian junk dealer and podracer owner

Voiced by Andy Secombe (Episode I)

Taun We

Kaminoan administrator, guides Obi-Wan Kenobi

Voiced by Rena Owen (Episode II, The Bad Batch)

Zam Wesell

Clawdite bounty hunter, hired by Jango Fett to kill Padmé Amidala

Portrayed by Leeanna Walsman (Episode II)

Temmin “Snap” Wexley

Resistance X-wing fighter pilot

Portrayed by Greg Grunberg (Episode VII-IX)

Mace Windu

Jedi Master

Portrayed by Samuel L. Jackson (Episodes I-III)

Commander CC-3636 “Wolffe”

Clone Commander, leader of the “Wolfpack,” removed inhibitor chip

Voiced by Dee Bradley Baker (The Clone Wars, Rebels)

“Wrecker”

Deformed clone trooper, member of Clone Force 99, team’s muscles

Voiced by Dee Bradley Baker (The Clone Wars, The Bad Batch)

Sabine Wren

Mandalorian graffiti artist, Imperial Academy dropout, weapons expert

Voiced by Tiya Sircar (Rebels, Forces of Destiny), portrayed by Natasha Liu Bordizzo (Ahsoka)

Xi’an

Twi’lek member of Ranzar Malk’s crew, skilled in knife fighting

Portrayed by Natalia Tena (The Mandalorian)

Hamato Xiono

Human male senator from Hosnian Prime

Voiced by Tzi Ma (Star Wars Resistance), portrayed by Nelson Lee (Ahsoka)

Yaddle

Female member of Yoda’s species, Jedi Council member

Portrayed by Phil Eason (Episode I), voiced by Bryce Dallas Howard (Star Wars: Tales of the Jedi)

Yoda

Grand Jedi Master

Voiced by Frank Oz (Episodes I-IX)

Wullf Yularen

Imperial officer, Admiral in the Republic Navy during the Clone Wars

Portrayed by Robert Clarke (Episode IV), voiced by Tom Kane (The Clone Wars, Rebels), portrayed by Malcolm Sinclair (Andor)

Ziro the Hutt

Galactic Basic-speaking Hutt crime lord, Jabba’s flamboyant uncle

Voiced by Corey Burton (The Clone Wars)

Zuckuss

Gand bounty hunter, responds to Darth Vader’s call to capture the Millennium Falcon

Portrayed by Cathy Munroe (Episode V)

The High Republic Characters

The era of the High Republic in the Star Wars universe introduces a new pantheon of characters, each bringing their distinct presence to the expanded lore. These individuals, ranging from noble Jedi to sinister adversaries, shape the galaxy during a time of relative peace and prosperity, only to be challenged by emergent threats.

Character Description
Avar Kriss Jedi with notable strength and empathy, a guiding light in tumultuous times.
Vernestra ‘Vern’ Rwoh Young Jedi Knight with a light whip, displays maturity beyond her age.
Bell Zettifar Apprentice to Jedi Loden Greatstorm, diligently learning to harmonize instincts with the Force.
Chancellor Lina Soh Galactic Republic leader, promotes unity and peace despite dark forces conspiring against her vision.
The Nihil Anarchistic marauders sowing chaos, guided by a ruthless ethos.
Ghirra Starros Descendant of famous explorers, skilled in archaeology and adventuring.
The Drengir Sentient, ravenous plants posing a unique challenge to the Jedi.
Sskeer Fierce Trandoshan Jedi Master grappling with personal challenges testing his faith in the Force.
Orla Jareni Wayseeker operating outside Jedi code, a formidable force for good on her own terms.
Keeve Trennis Young and idealistic Jedi, throws herself into duties with intense dedication, serving and complicating missions.

Avar Kriss

A Jedi of notable strength and empathy, Avar Kriss is renowned for her abilities to connect with others through the Force, serving as a guiding light during tumultuous times.

Vernestra ‘Vern’ Rwoh

One of the youngest Jedi Knights ever in the history of the Jedi Order, Vernestra ‘Vern’ Rwoh wields her light whip and sharp intellect with a maturity that belies her age.

Bell Zettifar

Apprentice to Jedi Loden Greatstorm, Bell Zettifar is a diligent Padawan learning to harmonize his instincts with the teachings of the Force under challenging circumstances.

Chancellor Lina Soh

As the leader of the Galactic Republic, Chancellor Lina Soh promotes the values of unity and peace, even as dark forces conspire against her vision.

The Nihil

This band of anarchistic marauders, known as The Nihil, sows chaos, guided by their ethos of taking what they want with no respect for the lives of others.

Ghirra Starros

A descendant of a long line of famous explorers, Ghirra Starros exhibits a keen instinct for archaeology and adventuring that often puts her at the center of pivotal events.

The Drengir

A terrifying force of nature, The Drengir are sentient plants with a ravenous appetite, posing a unique challenge to the Jedi with their ability to corrupt and consume all life.

Sskeer

A Trandoshan with a fierce reputation, Jedi Master Sskeer is grappling with personal challenges that test his faith in the Force.

Orla Jareni

Known as the Wayseeker, Orla Jareni operates outside the strictures of the Jedi code, on her own terms, yet remains a formidable force for good.

Keeve Trennis

Young and idealistic, Keeve Trennis throws herself into her duties as a Jedi with an intensity that both serves and complicates her missions.

Ahsoka Characters

The series “Ahsoka” introduces a dynamic ensemble of characters renowned in the Star Wars universe. Bringing to life both familiar faces and new allies, it offers a riveting exploration of their adventures.

Ahsoka Tano

Played by Rosario Dawson, Ahsoka Tano is a former Jedi Padawan of Anakin Skywalker who becomes a key figure across the galaxy, renowned for her wisdom and combat prowess.

Sabine Wren

Sabine Wren is recognized as a Mandalorian warrior and graffiti artist. Her reputation for being fiercely loyal and skilled in combat precedes her.

Hera Syndulla

Hera Syndulla, known for her extraordinary piloting skills, is a key member of the Ghost crew and becomes an instrumental leader in the Rebel Alliance.

Ezra Bridger

Ezra Bridger is a young Force-sensitive who joins the fight against the Empire. His development from a street-smart orphan to a Jedi-in-training is central to his character arc.

Grand Admiral Thrawn

Grand Admiral Thrawn is an imperial military strategist whose tactical genius is renowned. He represents a formidable foe with a mind for war.

Baylan Skoll

Baylan Skoll is a character mentioned within the “Ahsoka” sphere. He may not have the same recognition as other characters, but he plays a role in the interconnected Star Wars narrative.

Captain Enoch

Details about Captain Enoch are scarce, but he is part of the diverse tapestry of individuals that populate the “Ahsoka” series.

Chopper (C1-10P)

Chopper, also known as C1-10P, is a droid with a cantankerous personality. His presence adds both humor and reliability to the crew of the Ghost.

The Bad Batch Characters

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The Bad Batch, officially known as Clone Force 99, features a unique squad of elite clone troopers who each possess distinct genetic mutations. They became a formidable team during the Clone Wars and now find themselves navigating the changing galaxy following the conflict.

Clone Force 99 ‘The Bad Batch’

Clone Force 99, better known as ‘The Bad Batch’, consists of clones with specialized skill sets that set them apart from the standard ranks. They are known for their unconventional tactics and remarkable combat abilities that belie their small numbers.

Omega

Omega is a young female clone and the latest member of The Bad Batch. She has a mysterious background and quickly becomes an essential part of the team, showing skills that hint at a deeper connection to the squad.

Hunter

The leader of The Bad Batch, Hunter, has heightened senses that make him an exceptional tracker. His leadership is defined by a combination of strategic prowess and a strong moral compass, guiding his team through uncertain times.

Wrecker

Wrecker lives up to his name with incredible physical strength and a love for blowing things up. Despite his brute appearance, he has a heart of gold and is fiercely loyal to his brothers in arms.

Tech

Tech is the go-to specialist for technology within the group. His expertise with gadgets, computers, and all forms of tech makes him invaluable in gathering intel and hacking into enemy systems.

Echo

Echo, once a regular clone trooper who was believed to be dead, was transformed into a cybernetic being. His experiences have made him uniquely equipped to deal with electronic warfare and strategic operations.

Crosshair

Crosshair is the sharpshooter of The Bad Batch with an unerring aim. His quiet demeanor hides a calculating and sometimes cold nature, especially when it comes to completing the mission.

Clone X

Though not much is known about Clone X, this aspect adds an air of mystery to The Bad Batch, suggesting there are still many untold stories within their ranks.

Marauder

The Marauder is the Bad Batch’s signature ship, which becomes as much a part of their identity as the team members themselves. It’s more than transportation; it’s a mobile base that reflects the team’s resilience and adventuring spirit.

Each member of The Bad Batch brings a unique aspect to the team, making them whole. They are not just soldiers; they are a family bound together by their unique experiences in a galaxy that is constantly changing.

The Mandalorian Characters

The ensemble of The Mandalorian introduces a blend of new and familiar faces steering the post-Empire era narratives of the Star Wars universe. The titular character Din Djarin leads the series with Grogu, the mysterious child at his side, encountering allies and adversaries, and wielding the legendary Darksaber, which symbolizes Mandalorian leadership.

Din Djarin (The Mandalorian)

Din Djarin, also known as The Mandalorian or “Mando,” is a skilled bounty hunter with a strong sense of honor. Orphaned as a child, he was raised within the way of the Mandalore and dons the distinctive beskar armor. His encounters with Grogu spur a shift in his solitary path.

Grogu

Grogu, referred to by fans as “The Child” and popularly known as “Baby Yoda,” is a Force-sensitive being of the same mysterious species as Jedi Master Yoda. His bond with Din Djarin becomes the centerpiece of the series, making him a target for remnants of the Empire.

Bo-Katan Kryze

A fierce Mandalorian warrior, Bo-Katan Kryze has a storied past with aspirations to reclaim her homeworld and its throne. She plays a pivotal role in the quest for the Darksaber, an ancient weapon tied to Mandalore’s leadership.

Moff Gideon

A menacing figure and primary antagonist, Moff Gideon seeks to capture Grogu for his connection to the Force, wielding the Darksaber to solidify his claim to power. His past is tied to Mandalore’s dark history with the Empire.

The Armorer

The Armorer is the enigmatic leader and blacksmith of Din Djarin’s Mandalorian covert. She upholds the Mandalorian code and assists in forging Djarin’s beskar armor, influencing his journey with wisdom.

Greef Karga

Formerly an agent for the Bounty Hunters’ Guild, Greef Karga’s allegiances shift over the course of the series. Initially hiring The Mandalorian, he later becomes an ally against the imperial remnant.

Darksaber

The Darksaber is an ancient lightsaber with a unique black blade, a symbol of power to the Mandalorian people. Originally wielded by Tarre Vizsla, the first Mandalorian Jedi, it signifies the rightful leader of Mandalore.

Fennec Shand

An elite mercenary and assassin, Fennec Shand becomes a notable ally to Din Djarin. With her sharpshooting and combat prowess, Shand has a reputation that precedes her in the galaxy’s underworld.

Andor Characters

The “Andor” series enriches the Star Wars lore with a deeper look into the lives of new and familiar characters pivotal to the Rebel Alliance. These individuals collectively portray the rising tension and strategic conflicts within the galaxy, providing a nuanced take on the struggle against the Galactic Empire.

Cassian Andor

Cassian Andor is a central figure within the series, a skilled thief whose life is steered towards revolutionary activities. His complex nature and involvement with the Rebellion showcase a rich backstory leading to the events of Rogue One.

Saw Guererra

A veteran of guerilla warfare, Saw Guererra is a rebellious fighter whose extreme methods often put him at odds with other Alliance members. His unyielding stance against the Empire is a testament to his hardened resolve.

Lt. Gorn

Little is known about the stoic Lt. Gorn, but his presence suggests a figure of authority and strategy. Details about his role within the Rebellion are yet to unfold, arousing curiosity among viewers.

Bix Caleen

As a steadfast ally, Bix Caleen is a character whose loyalties lie close to Cassian Andor, often finding herself entangled in the web of covert operations and clandestine rebellion movements.

Kino Loy

Kino Loy leads with charisma and determination, embodying a pragmatic approach to leadership. His significance lies in his capacity to rally others and navigate the tumultuous path of an uprising.

Syril Karn

Syril Karn’s story reveals the personal cost of the Empire’s reach, offering a glimpse into the motivations driving individuals on both sides of the conflict. His journey poses questions about loyalty and ambition within the ranks of the Galactic regime.

Maava Andor

The enigmatic Maava Andor, yet to be deeply explored, is a figure tied to Cassian’s past and personal narrative. Viewers anticipate further revelations about her influence on Cassian’s life and choices.

K-2SO (Kay-Tuesso)

K-2SO, a reprogrammed Imperial droid, adds a layer of dry humor and strategic advantage to the Rebel efforts. His unique perspective as a droid provides a compelling counterpoint to human characters.

Brasso

Brasso serves as a grounding presence, a reminder of the everyday individuals affected by the sweeping hand of the Empire. His involvement speaks to the far-reaching impact of the galaxy-wide conflict.

Characters in “Andor” are crafted with depth, each contributing to the overarching narrative of resistance that defines the seminal Star Wars ethos. With their introduction, viewers gain a richer understanding of the individual sacrifices woven into the fabric of the Rebellion’s collective struggle.

Obi-Wan Kenobi Characters

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The characters surrounding Obi-Wan Kenobi tell a rich story of bravery, redemption, and the complexities of the Force. Here, we encounter legendary figures from the Star Wars saga, each with their own unique impact on the galaxy and Obi-Wan’s journey.

Obi-Wan Kenobi

Obi-Wan Kenobi, portrayed by Ewan McGregor, is the venerable Jedi Master known for his wisdom, combat prowess, and a deep connection to the Force. His journey from Phantom Menace to A New Hope sees him training Anakin Skywalker and facing the greatest challenges of the Jedi Order.

Darth Vader

Once Anakin Skywalker, turned to the dark side as Darth Vader, is a figure of fear throughout the galaxy. His complex relationship with his former mentor, Obi-Wan, is one of the central emotional cores of the Star Wars narrative.

Qui-Gon Jinn

Qui-Gon Jinn, introduced in the Phantom Menace as Obi-Wan’s mentor, is a maverick Jedi who trusted the Force deeply. His faith in Anakin is a pivotal part of the saga, influencing key events in the Star Wars universe.

T-16 Skyhopper Model

The T-16 Skyhopper is a civilian airspeeder model that young pilots like Luke Skywalker used on Tatooine for sport and practice. It reflects the domestic life and dreams of characters before they are drawn into the galactic conflict.

Bail Organa

Bail Organa, a member of the Galactic Senate and adoptive father to Princess Leia, is an influential figure in the rebellion against the Empire. His leadership and support are crucial to the survival of the Jedi after Order 66.

Owen Lars

Owen Lars, step-brother to Anakin and uncle to Luke Skywalker, is a moisture farmer on Tatooine. He plays a protective role in Luke’s early life, shielding him from truths about his lineage and the broader conflicts beyond their desert world.

Royal Palace of Alderaan

The Royal Palace of Alderaan, not a character but a significant place in the Star Wars universe, is more a symbol than a mere setting. It is the home of Bail Organa and later, Princess Leia, representing a beacon of hope and diplomacy in the face of tyranny.

Lola (L0-LA59)

Lola, or L0-LA59, is a droid companion to young Leia Organa in the Obi-Wan Kenobi series. Droids often serve as loyal sidekicks and repositories of history and information in the saga.

Jabiim

Jabiim is a planet that becomes a battleground during the Clone Wars, mentioned in various Star Wars media. It serves as a symbol of the widespread destruction and countless tragedies of the war.

The Book of Boba Fett Characters

“The Book of Boba Fett” extends the Star Wars saga, introducing a mix of new faces and familiar ones, all contributing intricately to the storied Star Wars universe. Occupants of Tatooine’s underworld and adventurers from neighboring systems play vital roles in shaping the fate of Boba Fett’s burgeoning empire.

Din Djarin

The Mandalorian known as Din Djarin continues his journey in “The Book of Boba Fett.” His battle-hardened experience and code of honor bring an intriguing dynamic to the evolving story landscape.

Tusken Tribe

Tatooine’s formidable Tusken Tribe reveals a culture with traditions and a hierarchy that deeply influences the narrative’s central themes, detailing a different perspective of the desert-dwelling warriors.

Cobb Vanth

Cobb Vanth, the self-appointed marshal of Mos Pelgo, returns with his rugged charm and a commitment to fairness. His bravery and makeshift leadership are pivotal for local peace.

Boba Fett’s Palace

At the heart of the story lies Boba Fett’s Palace, once Jabba the Hutt’s ominous dwelling, which now serves as a center of power for the titular character in his quest to rule with respect.

Garsa’s Sanctuary

Garsa’s Sanctuary is the opulent cantina in Mos Espa where elite of Tatooine’s societies converge. It’s a hub of clandestine deals shrouded in luxury.

Krrsantan

The towering Wookiee gladiator named Krrsantan asserts himself with immense strength and a formidable reputation, challenging Boba Fett’s rule and providing substantial conflict.

Fortess Inquisitorius

The mysterious Fortress Inquisitorius, a stronghold linked to the dark side of the Force, casts an ominous shadow over the galaxy, hinting at the pervasive reach of the Empire’s remnants.

Cad Bane

The infamous Duros bounty hunter, Cad Bane, renowned for his deadly proficiency and cold demeanor, emerges as a pivotal figure in the growing tension within the galaxy’s underworld.

Pyke Syndicate

The Pyke Syndicate stands as a silent but deadly threat with their spice trade monopoly, contributing to the show’s exploration of the crime syndicate’s complex layers in the Star Wars galaxy.

The character interplay, backdrop of political tumult, and morally grey undertones paint a picture of a universe on the brink of transformation, making “The Book of Boba Fett” a gripping addition to the Star Wars narrative.

Characters from Star Wars Movie Trilogies

Spanning over four decades, the Star Wars saga is known for its compelling characters who evolve across the Prequel, Original, and Sequel trilogies.

The Prequel Trilogy

The Prequel Trilogy introduced audiences to a diverse cast set in the Galactic Republic’s final years. Key characters include Anakin Skywalker, a prodigious Jedi who turns to the dark side, and Obi-Wan Kenobi, his dedicated master. The trilogy also features Padmé Amidala, a senator and Anakin’s secret love, and Qui-Gon Jinn, Obi-Wan’s wise mentor.

The Original Trilogy

Luke Skywalker, Princess Leia, and Han Solo are at the heart of the Original Trilogy. Luke, a humble farm boy turned Jedi, learns of his connection to Darth Vader, formerly Anakin Skywalker. Leia, a leader in the Rebel Alliance with a fierce spirit, and Han, a charismatic smuggler, join forces with Luke to battle the Empire.

The Sequel Trilogy

The Sequel Trilogy focuses on the new generation fighting the remnants of the Empire in the First Order. Rey, a resilient scavenger, discovers her force sensitivity and complex heritage, while Kylo Ren, Han, and Leia’s son, grapples with his Skywalker lineage and his pull to the dark side. Additionally, characters from the previous trilogies like Leia Organa, now a general, and Luke Skywalker, Rey’s reluctant mentor, bridge the trilogies together.

The enduring legacy of these trilogies lies in their rich tapestry of characters, each playing a pivotal role in the expansive Star Wars narrative.

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Characters from Rogue One and Solo: A Star Wars Story

The characters from “Rogue One” and “Solo: A Star Wars Story” stand out for their depth and contribution to the Star Wars universe. These individuals range from determined rebels to cunning criminals, each bringing unique attributes to the stories they inhabit.

Jyn Erso

Jyn Erso, the main character of “Rogue One”, embodies resilience and defiance. Recruited by the Rebel Alliance, she leads a mission critical to the destruction of the Death Star.

Tobias Beckett

In “Solo,” Tobias Beckett is the seasoned criminal who becomes a mentor to the young Han Solo. His actions and decisions play a pivotal role in Han’s transformation into the smuggler we know and love.

Qi’ra

Qi’ra is introduced in “Solo” as a complex character with a mysterious past. Her loyalties and motivations become more intricate as the plot unfolds.

Director Orson Krennic

Orson Krennic is the ambitious Imperial officer and the prime antagonist in “Rogue One”. His relentless pursuit to complete the Death Star sets the stage for the film’s climactic events.

K-2SO

The reprogrammed Imperial droid K-2SO offers comic relief in “Rogue One” while also proving his worth in combat. Loyal to the Rebel cause, he is a source of both humor and heroism.

Chirrut Imwe

Chirrut Imwe, a blind warrior-monk in “Rogue One,” is a firm believer in the Force. His martial arts skills and spiritual wisdom make him a formidable ally.

Baze Malbus

Long-time friend and protector of Chirrut, Baze Malbus is a heavy-gun-wielding fighter. His deep bond with Chirrut and his devotion to the cause enrich Rogue One’s narrative.

Bodhi Rook

Bodhi Rook, the defected Imperial pilot in “Rogue One,” demonstrates immense courage. His crucial role in delivering the Death Star plans to the Rebel Alliance is pivotal in the struggle against the Empire.

Dryden Vos

As a high-ranking crime boss in “Solo,” Dryden Vos is perilous and unpredictable. His interactions with the main characters intensify the risks of their heist endeavors.

Star Wars Rebels Characters

Star Wars Rebels Characters

Who are the central figures in the animated series Star Wars Rebels? This series, set in the unique Star Wars universe, brings forth a band of characters fighting against the Galactic Empire.

The crew of the Ghost ship stands out as the core group of protagonists. Hera Syndulla, the Twi’lek pilot and leader, is known for her exceptional flying skills and profound wisdom. Another key member is Kanan Jarrus, a Jedi survivor imbued with a deep connection to the Force. We also meet Ezra Bridger, a young orphan from Lothal, who becomes Kanan’s apprentice, developing his own strong capabilities with the Force.

Supporting these lead rebels are Sabine Wren, a Mandalorian warrior and artist, Garazeb “Zeb” Orrelios, a Lasat honor guard with a warrior’s heart, and C1-10P, commonly known as Chopper, an astromech droid with a quirky tantrum-prone personality.

Opposing them is a roster of formidable antagonists such as Darth Vader, whose name alone strikes fear across the galaxy, and Grand Admiral Thrawn, a strategic genius in the Imperial Navy.

What adventures and challenges do these characters face? The narrative unfolds as they carry out daring missions to undermine Imperial forces and gather support for the burgeoning rebellion.

Character Role in the Rebels Notable Trait
Hera Syndulla Pilot/Leader of the Ghost Strategic and Wise
Kanan Jarrus Jedi Knight Mentor and Tactician
Ezra Bridger Force-Sensitive Apprentice Brave and Determined
Sabine Wren Mandalorian warrior/graffiti Fierce and Artistic
Garazeb “Zeb” Orrelios Honor Guard Strong and Honorable
C1-10P (Chopper) Astromech Droid Irascible Personality

For an in-depth look at each character featured in Star Wars Rebels, Fans can dive into the Star Wars Rebels Wiki. The series not only explores individual backstories but also depicts the growth and dynamics of the group as they become a formidable force against tyranny.

Female Star Wars Characters

Female Star Wars Characters

The Star Wars universe is rich with a diverse array of characters, including a host of strong female figures that have made their mark in this expansive franchise. One of the earliest icons, Princess Leia, set a precedent with her leadership and courage. She wasn’t merely an archetype of a damsel in distress; rather, she was a leader who fought alongside the Rebel Alliance with tenacity and intelligence.

Subsequent films and series have introduced other dynamic female characters such as Rey, a scavenger from Jakku with a mysterious past and a strong connection to the Force. Rey’s journey from solitude to the center of a galactic struggle is a testament to her resilience and endurance. Likewise, Padmé Amidala, the queen and senator of Naboo, displayed her diplomatic prowess and unyielding spirit throughout the prequel trilogy.

Ahsoka Tano, originally Anakin Skywalker’s apprentice, has become a revered character in her own right—her portrayal in multiple animated series explores themes of loyalty, growth, and self-discovery.

Additionally, the Star Wars Legends material, though not considered canon, introduced Mara Jade, an influential character from Timothy Zahn’s novels, displaying complexity and depth often exploring the gray areas between the dark and light sides of the Force.

Character First Appearance Noteworthy Traits
Leia Organa Star Wars: A New Hope (1977) Leader, Rebel, Diplomat
Rey Star Wars: The Force Awakens (2015) Force-sensitive, Resilient
Padmé Amidala Star Wars: The Phantom Menace (1999) Diplomat, Courageous
Ahsoka Tano Star Wars: The Clone Wars (2008) Loyal, Force-sensitive

These characters do not just stand out because of their connection to the Force or their political standings but also because of the layered storytelling that captures their struggles and victories. They are critical to the Star Wars narrative, continually adding richness and diversity to the saga.

Honorable Mentions

While the Star Wars universe brims with iconic heroes and villains, several characters deserve special recognition for their unique roles and contributions. They have gained a cherished spot in the fandom, even if they haven’t taken center stage.

Poe Dameron and Finn quickly won over audiences with their camaraderie in the sequel trilogy, creating a dynamic reminiscent of the original heroes of the saga. In the complex tapestry of Star Wars friendships, they stand out for their loyalty and bravery. Their friendship highlights the enduring theme of companionship in the face of adversity.

An equally compelling narrative is found in “The Clone Wars,” where characters such as Captain Rex and his fellow clones Wolffe, Gregor, Fives, Echo, and Cody gave a human face to the otherwise uniform clone army. Their personal histories and sacrifices enhanced the emotional depth of the animated series significantly, serving as more than just a backdrop to the larger events of the Star Wars storyline.

Finally, it’s impossible to ignore the impact of Anakin Skywalker, whose transformation from a hopeful Jedi knight into the menacing Darth Vader remains pivotal. Anakin’s life story is essential to the saga’s narrative, underpinning the tragic fall and eventual redemption that are central themes throughout the Star Wars films.

Behind every major event in the Star Wars universe, these characters and many others like them provide depth and continuity, reinforcing the expansive world-building that fans love. Even though they might not claim the title of protagonist, their stories resonate within the larger epic, endearing them to audiences around the globe.

Character Contribution Noteworthy Story Arc
Poe & Finn Emblematic Friendship Sequel Trilogy
Captain Rex Humanizing Clones The Clone Wars
Anakin Skywalker Central Saga Figure Fall and Redemption

Fan Reactions and Controversies

Star Wars characters are at the heart of a rich tapestry of storytelling that spans decades, and with that comes an array of fan reactions, both positive and negative. Notably, the introduction of characters like Jar Jar Binks sparked debates among the fanbase regarding his relevance and portrayal, which some viewers found jarring or unnecessary.

Additionally, the character arc of Anakin Skywalker, transitioning from a hopeful Jedi to the menacing Darth Vader, has been met with mixed emotions. Fans have dissected his journey, discussing at length whether his motivations and the depiction of his fall to the dark side were effectively portrayed.

Now check out some Noteworthy Controversies:

  • Jar Jar Binks’ Role: His presence in the prequel trilogy ignited discussions regarding character necessity and racial stereotyping.
  • Anakin Skywalker/Darth Vader: The transformation of Anakin into Darth Vader is a central plot point that has divided audiences on its execution.

Newer entries in the franchise, like “The Last Jedi”, introduced characters such as Rose Tico and decisions regarding Luke Skywalker that polarized fans. Questions were raised: Were these the right choices for beloved characters? What impact do these controversial figures have on the overarching narrative?

For many, these characters push the boundaries of the Star Wars universe, eliciting passionate discussions across forums and social media platforms.

Controversial Characters Main Issues
Jar Jar Binks Role in story; perceived negative stereotypes
Anakin Skywalker Believability and depth of character arc
Rose Tico Importance and impact on overall story

The dedication of Star Wars fans is evident in their keen involvement with the characters’ journeys. Yet, this commitment also brings forth strong opinions when there are perceived missteps in characterization or plot decisions. The conversations surrounding these characters and their respective controversies continue to shape the Star Wars legacy. If you’re interested then check out another article on the Star Wars Wallpapers.

Takeaway

In the expansive universe of Star Wars, characters such as Qui-Gon Jinn played pivotal roles in the galaxy’s history. The destiny of many hinged on his decision to train Anakin Skywalker, beginning a chain of events that would resonate for decades. The importance of each character’s actions cannot be understated, whether it’s Qui-Gon Jinn, Ahsoka Tano, or others like Finn and Grogu.

Characters like Finn emerged as new heroes, demonstrating that the spirit of resistance and heroism continues beyond the original legends. Their stories, whether concluded or ongoing, are chronicled in films, series, and novels.

Moreover, characters evolve with new stories adding depth to the Star Wars narrative. For instance, the journey of Din Djarin and Grogu reflects the ongoing nature of storytelling in this universe, with each chapter providing closure and opening avenues for new tales.

The legacy of characters like Luke Skywalker continues to inspire even as new characters take the spotlight. Each character’s journey is a thread in the larger tapestry of Star Wars, a narrative mosaic that spans generations and continues to captivate audiences worldwide.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Exploring the vast universe of Star Wars, fans often seek clarity on the characters that define the saga. These FAQs dive into the specifics featuring the iconic individuals from a galaxy far, far away.

Who are the most influential characters in Star Wars?

Influence within the Star Wars universe is often marked by characters such as Luke Skywalker and Darth Vader. Their actions and decisions shape the galactic narrative significantly.

Which characters appear in the original trilogy of Star Wars?

The original trilogy introduced audiences to now-legendary figures including Luke Skywalker, Princess Leia, and Han Solo, pivotal to the Rebel Alliance’s struggle.

Which characters in Star Wars are considered the greatest Jedi?

Revered Jedi characters like Yoda, Obi-Wan Kenobi, and Mace Windu are hailed as some of the greatest, masters of the Force and pivotal figures in the Jedi Order.

Who are considered the main villains throughout the Star Wars saga?

The saga is marked by formidable villains with the likes of Emperor Palpatine and Darth Vader standing out as architectural forces of the Empire’s rule.

What are some notable alien species characters in Star Wars?

Star Wars is enriched by a diverse array of alien species with characters like the Wookiee Chewbacca and the astute Yoda of the species known as the Jedi Grand Master.


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