The Star Wars galactic good-guys are well known worldwide. Their heroic histories and struggles taught us we should never give up, and always stay in the Light Side. Here is a list of the Star Wars Strongest Jedi who ever lived.
Making his first major appearance in Episode 2 – Attack of the Clones, Kit Fisto quickly became a fan favorite with his signature smile. That charming smile came with a sense of humor, making Fisto stand out among many other Jedi, especially those on the Jedi Council, who tended to take everything seriously.
Even in death, Fisto had a smile on his face, as noted by Anakin, when he ran past his corpse in the Chancellor’s office.
Considered to be one of the best duelists within the Jedi Order, Fisto was able to hold his own against General Grievous with ease, and also survive against Palpatine, for a few seconds.
His ability to use the force in combat was also remarkable. Especially underwater, where he even invented a unique force ability known as Force Orb, which was a powerful orb of air, that was capable of penetrating underwater craft.
He also was able to give his oxygen to those drowning while underwater. Fun fact, Kit Fisto and Aayla Secura had somewhat of a romantic relationship. Still, they never committed to it due to their devotion to the Jedi Code.
Being one of the most powerful Jedi for his time, Windu acted like a one-man army during battles, taking down hundreds of battle droids with his bare hands. Supposedly, he had a kill count of over 1 million battle droids near the end of the war. Windu stood out among other Jedi with his purple lightsaber, which he created with unique purple crystals he obtained in his younger years.
He was also extremely quick, being able to even dodge blaster bolts with ease. On top of his immense speed, Windu possessed a rare ability known as Shatter Point, which allowed him to see the weaknesses of his enemies through the force, making him an extremely dangerous opponent to fight against.
He also can channel the dark side of the force against his opponents, through his mastery of Vaapad. Incredible, right?
Yoda. Star Wars Strongest Jedi.
Nearing the age of 900 years, Yoda was the grandmaster and leader of the Jedi Order, training nearly all the Jedi by the time of The Clone Wars. Despite his non-intimidating appearance, Yoda was one of the most powerful Jedi in the galactic history.
Although his old age limited his endurance for lightsaber combat, he could perform colossal feats through the force, such as when he denied a separatist ship from unloading its army, destroying it by forcing it to crash with another ship. His old age made him extremely knowledgeable of the force and the secrets kept within the Jedi archives.
Such knowledge allowed him to create Jedi Holocrons from scratch, and contact Jedi through the force across the galaxy.
Being the son of the chosen-one, Luke had a solid connection to the force, having the potential to surpass even Yoda and Mace Windu in terms of raw power. By the time Luke became a grandmaster, he had the lightsaber skill of Mace Windu and Yoda’s force powers.
After the Galactic Civil War, Luke created the New Jedi Order, where he taught the new generation of Jedi. In Legends, Luke went on to marry Mara Jade, a former Emperor’s Hand, and together, they had a son named Ben Skywalker. However, the fact that he was able to redeem his father at the end of the Return of the Jedi is what made him so important.
Unable to breathe oxygen due to his specie unique biology, Plo Koon was forced to wear a breathing mask in order to survive outside his homeworld. His super ability to use the force was noted throughout the Jedi Order, and Plo Koon was even recorded-in using a light side version of force lightning, known as Electric Judgment.
He was the one who found and took Ahsoka Tano to the Jedi Temple when she was a youngling. She acted as her mentor during her childhood before she was assigned as the apprentice of Anakin Skywalker.
As the chosen-one and the manifestation of the Force itself, Anakin had the potential to become basically a God within the Star Wars universe. Unfortunately for him, he was never able to achieve this due to his injuries from Obi-Wan. As a padawan, Anakin surpassed many of his peers and tended to be at the top of his class.
Once he became a Jedi knight and active within The Clone Wars, Anakin was regarded as the greatest warrior of the republic. He helped liberate countless worlds. Despite being a hero to many, he soon became a monster to those he once saved, when he fell to the dark side and became Darth Vader.
As a Sith lord, Vader hunted down and killed countless Jedi during the Empire’s reign. He probably had the highest Jedi kill count of anyone in galactic history.
He was a Jedi during The Old Republic era, which took place over 3,000 years before The Clone Wars. Revan was a man of action who got things done. When he was a Jedi, the Mandalorians started to attack Republic territories, but the Jedi Council didn’t want to get involved.
This angered Revan, who went on to disobey the Jedi Council’s orders and got involved in the Mandalorian Wars. Revan and his friend, Malak, went on to fight and kill multiple Mandalorians and basically win the war for the Republic, once Revan killed Mandalore the leader of the Mandalorians at the time.
This is just one of the incredible histories of the great Jedi but shows how tough he was.
He was kidnapped by Darth Vader and trained as his secret apprentice when he was young. Once his training was complete, Galen took the codename of Starkiller and was sent on missions to eliminate powerful surviving Jedi, unknown to Starkiller at the time.
He did just that, connecting rebel cells and leaders, and indirectly helping create the Rebel Alliance. But shortly after the Rebel Alliance’s creation, the leaders were captured by the Empire. Seeing the true intentions of his masters, Starkiller fully turned to the light side and became a Jedi.
After recovering from his injuries, he tracked down and kidnapped Emperor’s Leaders and fought his way through the entire Death Star, as he made his way to the emperor’s throne room.
After defeating Darth Vader, Starkiller confronted Emperor Palpatine. Refusing to join him, Galen Mark instead sacrificed himself to save the rebel leaders, and essentially the rebel alliance.
She was the apprentice of Anakin Skywalker during the clone wars, serving as a war commander. Despite her shaky start as a character during the show, and being viewed as annoying and too childish, she did eventually develop over time into a fan favorite. Although we haven’t seen her story fully finish due to the cancellation of The Clone Wars, her appearance was welcomed in Rebels. With her duel against Vader being the most looked forward thing within the show at the time.
Despite becoming a Jedi master and a member of the Jedi Council, Kenobi actually almost never became a Jedi Knight. This was due to his early struggles of keeping up with his peers. But Qui-Gon saw potential in him and took the boy as his apprentice, proving to the Jedi that Obi-Wan could be forged into a strong Jedi.
Once a Master, Obi-Wan was considered to be one of the finest Jedi of the Order, and he was viewed by many fans to be the poster boy of what the Jedi should be.
Someone who was able to control their anger and hatred, even when viewing his lover die right in front of him. After failing to stop Anakin from falling to the dark side, Obi-Wan made it up by introducing Luke to the light side and paving his way to ultimately redeeming his former apprentice Anakin.
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