**Warning: Contains spoilers for Obi-Wan Kenobi.**
The new series Obi-Wan Kenobi wrapped up its final episode on June 22 delivering fans an incredible conclusion as Kenobi and Vader duel once more. What many fans also loved at the end of the episode was the Force ghost appearance of Qui-Gon Jinn.
Qui-Gon Jinn is a beloved Jedi Master that has had a great deal of lore built upon his character throughout the years. He is one of many who wields a green lightsaber as a Jedi who studied the Force in ways others didn't.
Interestingly enough, Saessee Tiin isn't known for his skill in combat nor his mastery of the Force. Rather, he is well-known for his peerless piloting.SCREENRANT VIDEO OF THE DAY
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Even before he was a Jedi, Tiin was already an amazing pilot. Learning this through the Clone Wars, it's surprising that he had to die in saber combat. In the 2003 version of the Clone Wars, Saessee Tiin does perform a bit more saber combat as he leads troops out into space wearing a cool helmet similar to the ones clones wear but with his horns sprouting out.
Kit Fisto was a skilled Jedi combatant and is one of the few Jedi who defeated General Grievous in a duel.
Of Jedi well-noted for their skill with a lightsaber, Kit Fisto will be one of the first Jedi mentioned. However, even though he possesses such skill it wasn't enough to stand up to Sidious, who was able to fend off several other Jedi Masters at the same time. Fans likely weren't expecting such a man to be this skilled, but it does speak more to both Sidious and Windu's skills respectively.
Ezra Bridger was a rising Jedi trained by Kanan Jarrus. Despite being rash he is a good person and strongly resists the Dark Side. And throughout Rebels, Ezra simply gets better and better.
Ezra came far through Star Wars: Rebels and after initially fighting in an unusual way for a Jedi he adopted a normal lightsaber and tried to become worthy of his master, Kanan. Ezra's location is currently unknown but there's little reason to think either he or Thrawn or dead. Fans might get to see Ezra return in the Ahsoka series.
Jedi Master Luminara Unduli is a wise and respected Jedi. She is well-known for being the master of Barriss Offee who rebelled against the Jedi Order and framed Ahsoka.
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Luminara's skill in combat is clear in her battle against Dooku's apprentice, Asajj Ventress. However, she underestimates Ventress and doesn't take Ahsoka's warnings seriously, and ends up the loser of the battle. While Luminara was originally thought to have died on Kashyyyk she was actually captured and later executed.
Ahsoka has been a fan favorite for many years now and continues to have more Star Wars fans fall in love with her through shows like The Mandalorian.
While Ahsoka wields blue lightsabers in the final season of The Clone Wars and white lightsabers after Order 66, fans are still the most familiar with the green lightsabers that she wields throughout most of the Clone Wars. And these are also the only lightsabers she wields as a Jedi, as she is now a Force-sensitive being who isn't a Jedi.
Cade Skywalker is the main protagonist of the Star Wars: Legacy comics and serves as an antihero.
Cade Skywalker defeats most of his foes through whatever means necessary, whether it's a sneak attack or using the Dark Side. While Cade Skywalker goes through a rollercoaster of character development, even completely falling to the Dark Side and becoming a Sith at one point, he ultimately chooses the path of a Jedi.
Qui-Gon Jinn was one of the most knowledgable Jedi in the Force and always sought to learn more of it. His curiosity however is much different than the Sith and Count Dooku wrongly believes Jinn would side with the Sith had he not died.
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Qui-Gon Jinn doesn't demonstrate too much saber combat outside of deflecting blasts and slicing droids. However, fans do see him put up his best efforts against the terrifying Sith apprentice, Darth Maul. Though being an expert duelist is not all that matters when being a Jedi.
Quinlan Vos is one of the most complex characters that has ever been written in Star Wars. And while there are some differences between Legends and canon Quinlan Vos, he remains a great and interesting character in both.
Quinlan Vos is usually seen with his green lightsaber, defeating powerful foes such as General Grievous and Count Dooku. However, he is seen wielding a red lightsaber when he falls to the Dark Side. While many fans won't be too familiar with most of Quinlan Vos's feats, they should read the Dark Disciple novel which is canon to the Clone Wars.
Yoda is one of the most notable Jedi in the series and is the previous Grand Master of the Jedi Order. He is also best known for his incredible quotes that prove he is one of the best Jedi.
It's hard to imagine the anticipation fans felt in the past just waiting for Yoda to unleash his lightsaber in the prequel trilogy. Yoda certainly doesn't disappoint in either of his two duels across the films, first against Count Dooku and secondly against Darth Sidious. Yoda is also well-known for his incredible power with the Force, as well as his connection to it.
Luke is of course the most iconic Jedi in Star Wars and the main protagonist of the original trilogy. He crafted his green lightsaber himself prior to Return of the Jedi.
Unfortunately, Luke isn't seen wielding his green lightsaber in the sequel trilogy, but fans got to experience the amazing reentrance of Luke Skywalker in The Mandalorian's season 2 finale. There Luke entered the spaceship similar to how his father did and blazed through effortlessly. It's an amazing parallel to his father but appearing as a Jedi rather than a Sith.
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