Ki-Adi-Mundi was a male, Cerean Jedi Master, who served on the Jedi High Council during the last years of the Galactic Republic. He was among the Jedi participating in the Battle of Geonosis. He became a Jedi General during the Clone Wars and took part in such conflicts as the Second Battle of Geonosis. While he was leading a contingent of Galactic Marines on Mygeeto, he was executed by his own forces under Order 66.
By the time of the Naboo crisis, Mundi had achieved the rank of Jedi Master. Qui-Gon Jinn, approached the Jedi Council, describing a lightsaber duel he had on Tatooine, with a Zabrak. Jinn believed the warrior to be a Sith, a claim that the Council, Mundi in particular, met with skepticism. Jinn also brought Anakin Skywalker in front of the Jedi Council, The boy had a high Midi-chlorian count and had a good grasp on the Force, but the Council denied his and Jinn's wishes to train him as a Jedi. Following the death of Jinn at the hands of the warrior, Darth Maul, the council reversed their decision to allow Skywalker to be trained. Mundi traveled to Naboo for Jinn's Funeral.
The Clone WarsEdit
Genesis of the Clone Wars and GeonosisEdit
- "He is a political idealist, not a murderer."
"You know, my lady, Count Dooku was once a Jedi. He couldn't assassinate anyone. It's not in his character."
- ―Ki-Adi-Mundi and Mace Windu to Padmé Amidala on Dooku
Just before the dawn of the Clone Wars, Mundi attended a meeting with Supreme Chancellor Sheev Palpatine in his private chambers, along with fellow Jedi Mace Windu, Yoda, Plo Koon, Kit Fisto, Luminara Unduli and Barriss Offee. Palpatine explained an alarming number of star systems were breaking away from the Republic to join the Confederacy of Independent Systems, a Separatist movement led by the former Jedi Master Count Dooku. The Senate was to consider a vote on the establishment through the Military Creation Act, a move Palpatine claimed he wished to avoid if possible, as some feared it could lead to war with the Separatists. As the meeting concluded, Senator Padmé Amidala of Naboo, who had just survived an assassination attempt, arrived and explained she believed Dooku was the attacker. Windu reminded Amidala that Dooku had been a Jedi once, and Mundi explained they he was simply a political idealist.
Later, when Obi-Wan Kenobi reported that the bounty hunter Jango Fett was behind the assassination attempts on Amidala, Mundi and the Council ordered Kenobi to track the bounty hunter down, and commanded Anakin Skywalker to bring Amidala safely back to Naboo. Later, Mundi listened along with the rest of the Jedi High Council to a message from Kenobi, who had tracked Fett to the droid foundries of Geonosis, where it appeared the Trade Federation was about to take delivery of a droid army. Kenobi explained Trade Federation Viceroy Nute Gunray was behind the attempts on Amidala's life. Kenobi's transmission was interrupted as he was attacked by a droidekas, prompting a meeting between Mundi, Yoda, Windu, Palpatine and the Senators Bail Organa, Ask Aak, Jar Jar Binks and Mas Amedda. When the Jedi explained only about 200 fellow Jedi were available to go to Geonosis to stop the Separatist forces from assembling, the Senators made plans to vote Palpatine emergency powers so he could call the recently-discovered clone army into battle.
Windu assembled a strike team of Jedi to rescue Kenobi on Geonosis. Mundi was among the Jedi who traveled to the planet's surface and infiltrated the arena, where Kenobi, Skywalker and Amidala were about to be executed. Mundi appeared at a ledge overlooking the arena along with Aayla Secura and Plo Koon, all of whom ignited their lightsabers as Windu personally confronted Dooku. Although they were desperately outnumbered by the Separatist Droid Army, Mundi and his fellow Jedi engaged the droids in a bloody battle.
After several tense minutes of fighting, the majority of the Jedi were slain and Dooku's forces gained the upper hand, rounding Mundi and the other surviving Jedi into the center of the arena. Before he could kill them, however, the Jedi were rescued by the Republic's newly-acquired clone army, led into the arena by Yoda aboard Low Altitude Assault Transport/infantrys. As the gunships opened fire on the droids, the Jedi resumed their lightsaber battle against the droids, with Mundi deflecting blaster shots and fighting back-to-back with Amidala.
The Cerean helped Kit Fisto get aboard before taking off and escaping the arena. As they flew away, Yoda insisted to Windu and Mundi that they must attempt to prevent Dooku's escape or he would rally more systems to his cause. Windu ordered the pilot to land in an assembly area in the desert. Mundi continued to fight until the Separatists ordered a full retreat. Mundi was one of the few Jedi to survive the battle at Geonosis, which formally marked the beginning of the Clone Wars.
Return to GeonosisEdit
- Mundi: "Sixty-five, Skywalker."
- Skywalker: "Um, sorry?"
- Mundi: "My total—65. So what do I win?"
- Skywalker: "[pause] My everlasting respect, Master Mundi."
- Mundi: "Oh."
- Kenobi: "That is a gift Anakin rarely bestows, I assure you."
- ―Ki-Adi-Mundi, Skywalker and Kenobi discuss enemy kills[src]
Although Geonosis had been captured by the Republic at the onset of the Clone Wars, resistance from the Geonosian natives and their loyalty to Count Dooku proved stronger than the Jedi Order anticipated, and the Jedi soon discovered Separatist leader Poggle the Lesser had established several battle droid foundries on the planet capable of creating thousands of weapons. The Jedi Council dispatched Mundi, Kenobi and Luminara Unduli to lead a massive clone army fleet to retake Geonosis and destroy the droid foundries, the destruction of which was viewed as essential to the Republic war effort. Aboard the bridge of one of the Star Destroyers during the voyage, Mundi and Kenobi lamented at the Republic's failure to recognize how loyal the native Geonosians remained to the Confederacy.
Later, a hologram meeting session was held between Mundi, Kenobi, Skywalker, Unduli, Ahsoka Tano, Palpatine, Yoda and Mace Windu to discuss the battle plan. Mundi, Kenobi and Skywalker were to lead three separate fronts of a three-pronged attack on a Ray Shield Fortress generator, which protected the primary droid foundry where Poggle had established his command post. Mundi and Jet were to lead a northern advance through the Geonosian defense lines to a staging area called Point Rain a short distance from the shield generator. The troops would establish a defensive perimeter around the staging area, where Mundi's forces would meet up with those of Kenobi and Skywalker, who would be coming in after leading their forces through central and southern advances, respectively. Once they rendezvoused, the three Jedi were to combine their forces on an attack against the shield generator. Mundi suggested if either of the three forces were met with heavy resistance that prevented them from reaching the staging area on time, the others should wait until they arrive before advancing on the shield generator.
With their planning complete, the Jedi split up to mobilize forces for the upcoming battle. Shortly after Kenobi and Skywalker's men entered the battle, Mundi boarded the LAAT/i gunship Separatist Nightmare and launched along with Jet and a company of clones aboard the Resolute, the flagship of Admiral Wullf Yularen. Mundi led several other gunships into the battle and were immediately met with extremely heavy gunfire. Several of the ships among Mundi's forces were destroyed, and Mundi quickly lost contact with Skywalker after his own gunship was shot down. Many of the ships were carrying All Terrain Tactical Enforcer and Mundi ordered them to be dropped to the ground right away, before they were all destroyed all with the gunships. Immediately after issuing this order, the Separatist Nightmare was struck by enemy fire and crashed onto the planet surface below. Many of the clones aboard were killed but Jet and Mundi survived, although the Cerean was injured. Jet reported that only Kenobi's forces made it to the staging area, and that Skywalker and his men had crashed were caught in a firefight with the Geonosians.
Mundi ordered the injured among his men to be loaded onto the AT-TE walker, and then for the forces to move forward toward a nearby bridge, where Mundi hoped to meet up with Skywalker's forces on their way to Kenobi's position. As the forces traveled through a large caltrop field, Mundi went up ahead and used his lightsaber to cut down the giant caltrops so his tanks could pass them unharmed. Jet requested air support from Ylaren, but the admiral denied the request, claiming all starfighters and other resources were engaged elsewhere in the planetary invasion. Upon arriving at a trail leading up to a clifftop cave, Mundi split up his forces, ordering the AT-TE walkers to take the longer route to Kenobi's position while the Jedi took a squad of 13 clones to investigate what Mundi believed was a shortcut through the cave. Mundi admitted to Jet he did not know for sure the cave would be a faster route, but could only trust his instincts. After entering the cave, which disrupted their communications, Mundi sensed an incoming presence and ordered his men to take defensive positions just as a swarm of winged Geonosian warriors attacked them.
Several of the clones were swept up and carried deeper into the cave to be killed, but Mundi ordered the men not to stop and continue pushing forward. Despite heavy casualties, Mundi's men cut their way through the cave, and upon reaching the other side, the Cerean ordered his clone flame troopers to fire their flamethrowers. Most of the remaining Geonosians were killed, allowing Mundi and his surviving troops to exit the cave. Afterward, Mundi made contact with Skywalker, who informed him the path to the staging area was now clear but that Kenobi's forces were being overwhelmed by the enemy there. Upon a request for air support from Skywalker, Yularen dispatched a Y-wing starfighter bomber squadron, which bombed the advancing Separatist tanks just as Mundi, Skywalker and Tano arrived at Kenobi's position. The Jedi regrouped and determined that, despite their losses, their combined forces were still sufficient to destroy the shield generator. Skywalker took a small force through the shield barrier and jammed the Geonosians' scanners, which freed the AT-TE walkers to fire upon the shield generator without risk of being targeted. Once the generator was destroyed, Mundi led the rest of the clone troopers into the battle via gunships.
After they landed, the remaining Geonosians at the Ray Shield Fortress were outnumbered by the clones and forced to surrender, marking the end of that phase of the battle. The injured Mundi and Kenobi were unable to continue with the rest of the attack, and were to be taken back to the fleet along with the other injured soldiers for bacta tank treatment. Skywalker was left in charge of the remaining Republic forces, which were to set out for Poggle's primary droid foundry. Before departing the planet, Mundi overheard Skywalker and Tano boasting about their number of kills during the battle, and the Cerean noted that his own kill total of 65, which was greater than that of either of the two other Jedi and thus earned Skywalker's respect. Mundi and the rest of the injured left the planet, while Skywalker and Unduli later led a successful effort to destroy the primary droid foundry.
By the time Mundi recovered from his injuries in the bacta tank, he was aboard a Jedi transport docked at a Geonosian landing zone. Anxious to return to the mission at hand, Mundi reviewed strategic charts and maps to help continue the search for Poggle, who had escaped the primary droid foundry. Mundi and Kenobi were contacted via holocomm by Unduli, who had been tracking Poggle and believed he was hiding at the nearby Progate Temple. Mundi felt that location was unlikely because little would have survived the first wave of Republic attacks there, which would leave Poggle to exposure at the temple. Unduli nevertheless decided to investigate, despite Mundi's warnings against it due to an incoming sandstorm. The storm left the Jedi unable to leave the transport and provide Unduli assistance and, when Skywalker grows concerned that she failed to report in several hours later, Mundi urged him to have patience.
When Unduli finally reported back, she explained Poggle had been tracked to the temple, and her holocomm transmission cut out just as she was attacked by unseen assailants. Skywalker wished to rescue her immediately, but Mundi and Kenobi said they had no choice but to wait for the sandstorm to die down. Later, Mundi stayed behind while Kenobi and Skywalker led forces into the temple to rescue her. After getting attacked by Geonosians infected with brain worms, the Jedi tried to send clone troopers to Mundi for reinforcements, but they were killed and the message never reached him. Kenobi and Skywalker ultimately succeeded in rescuing Unduli and taking Poggle prisoner.
- "I'm afraid we have a complication."
"Don't we always?"
- ―Ki-Adi-Mundi and Anakin Skywalker
As they prepared to take Poggle back to Coruscant, Mundi received a transmission from Windu on Dantooine. Although Windu's forces had fended off an attack there, they had suffered heavy casualties and were in immediate need of medical supplies from a medical station at Ord Cestus. Mundi informed the others, who decided to send Tano and Barriss Offee to pick up the supplies while Mundi, Kenobi and Unduli took Poggle back to Coruscant to be interrogated. Later, on the Venator-class Star Destroyer making the voyage back to Coruscant, Skywalker informed Mundi, Kenobi, Unduli and Captain Rex that the ship carrying Tano and Offee has been infected by Geonosian brain worms. Skywalker later interrogated Poggle alone and learned the brain words were susceptible to cold temperatures. When Mundi asked Skywalker how he convinced Poggle to talk, the Jedi Knight declined to answer, and the Cerean was unaware that Skywalker used violent methods to achieve his means.
Capture of Eeth KothEdit
Mundi was present at the Jedi Temple when the Jedi High Council viewed a hologram transmission from General Grievous, who had captured Eeth Koth. Upon discovering Koth secretly used hand signals in the message to indicate he was in the Saleucami system, the Council assigned Anakin Skywalker, Obi-Wan Kenobi and Adi Gallia to rescue him.
Jedi in distressEdit
Some weeks later, Mundi also viewed a holocomm strategy session led by Plo Koon on Coruscant along with Ahsoka Tano and Aayla Secura, who were interrupted by the astromech droid R2-D2. When R2 projected a message that Skywalker and Windu were trapped on Vanqor and in grave danger, Koon prepared his ship for an immediate rescue.
Not too long afterward, Mundi and the rest of the Council received a report from Admiral Tenant about a mysterious transmission that had been intercepted in the Chrelythiumn system. Although the source for and reason behind the call were unknown, Tenant reported that it contained a Jedi distress signal that had not been used in more than 2,000 years.
A plot to abduct the ChancellorEdit
Sometime after that, the Jedi Council learned that Count Dooku schemed to abduct Supreme Chancellor Palpatine at the Festival of Light on Naboo. As a result of this, the Council hatched a plan to thwart Dooku's efforts. Obi-Wan Kenobi would fake his death by assassination and then pose as Rako Hardeen to infiltrate Dooku's cadre of bounty hunters and provide information to the kidnapping itself. Mundi attended the mock funeral for Kenobi.
The return of MaulEdit
- "He is a broken, unbalanced monster. I have dealt with him before, I can do it again."
- ―Obi-Wan Kenobi addresses Mundi and the other Jedi of his ability to confront Darth Maul.
Sometime afterwards the Jedi received an extraordinarily shocking transmission sent from the Outer Rim planet of Raydonia by Darth Maul - the Sith Lord that killed Qui-Gon Jinn on Naboo years earlier. Mundi and Plo Koon watched Maul's transmission via hologram, as Maul massacred a village of people ordering Kenobi face him alone. Kenobi went against Mace Windu's wishes of caution and headed out to face the resurrected Sith Lord alone.
Crisis on MandaloreEdit
- "Without involvement from the Separatists, if this is an internal affair for the Mandalorians, I'm afraid we cannot help."
"We cannot just hand Mandalore over to these crime families and left Satine become a martyr."
"I'm afraid her decision to keep Mandalore neutral makes this situation difficult."
- ―Ki-Adi-Mundi and Obi-Wan Kenobi debate about assisting Satine Kryze.
Mundi, along with Yoda, announced to Obi-Wan Kenobi that Duchess Satine Kryze had asked for his help to free Mandalore from criminals . Mundi argued that the Jedi would not be able to help her, because intervening on neutral Mandalore would be considered an act of war. Nevertheles, Kenobi secretly travelled to Mandalore to assist his former lover.
Attack on the Jedi TempleEdit
Sometime later the Jedi Temple had been attacked by an unknown asailant. The attack killed six Jedi, maintenance crew and clone soldiers within the Jedi Temple Hangar. As a result of this attack, Grand Master Yoda contacted Anakin Skywalker and Ahsoka Tano, recalling them from the battle on Cato Nemoidia to question witnesses and lead the investigation. In the Council chamber, the Council briefed Skywalker and Tano as to what they needed to do. Mace Windu told them to be on alert and to not make any assumptions. The Council also aired out their concern that someone within the Jedi would have turned to the dark side and committed the act. Soon after, it was discovered that anti-Jedi activist Letta Turmond fed her husband, Jedi Temple worker Jackar Bowmani, nano-droids which unwittingly caused him to explode, thus causing the damage to the hangar bay. Shortly after Turmond's arrest, Mundi and the rest of the Council attended a joint funeral for the six Jedi - including Jedi Knight Tutso Mara - that perished.
Sometime after that, the Council learned that Ahsoka Tano had been arrested after she allegedly murdered the imprisoned Letta Turmond via the Force. Tano was arrested by clone commander Fox after the incident. Soon after that, Tano broke free and escaped a Republic military base, eventually reaching the portal to the Coruscant Underworld. Anakin Skywalker, Fox and Captain Rex failed to re-apprehend Tano as she made her getaway.
After that, the Council held a meeting to discuss the course of action to take. Plo Koon and Skywalker were sent with commander Wolffe and Rex to find Tano and bring her back into Jedi custody. Their search led them to the Coruscant Underworld level of Level 1315, where Tano was found in a warehouse - in possession of crates of nano-droids.
A little while later, the Council received a communication from Admiral Wilhuff Tarkin. Tarkin made it clear that Tano should be expelled from the Jedi Order so that she could be dealt with by the Galactic Republic in a more easier fashion. Once the transmission ended, Obi-Wan Kenobi strongly suggested that they side with Tano, but both Saesee Tinn and Mace Windu refused to do so. Yoda then said that Tano should appear before them in the Chamber of Judgment alongside her master, Skywalker.
Mundi was a part of that meeting, seated alongside Kenobi, Windu, Koon and Yoda. Tano tried in vain to prove that she was innocent but Windu closed the matter by formally expelling Tano from the Jedi Order. As Tano's platform lowered, Mundi informed her that she was to be stripped of her Padawan status and that she was to be stripped of all battlefield privileges and dealt with by the Republic courts.
Shortly after that, a trial was held for Tano. But before the verdict could be given out for Tano, Skywalker burst into the room and stated that the true culprit that framed Tano was none other than Barriss Offee, who openly confessed to her crimes and said she had fallen to the dark side. The Council was willing to accept Tano back into the fold as a true Jedi Knight, but she refused saying she could no longer trust the Council for turning their backs on her when she needed them.
While on a mission to uncover the secrets regarding the death of Jedi Master Sifo-Dyas, Anakin Skywalker and Obi-Wan Kenobi learn that the mysterious "Tyranus," who helped to create the clone army was in fact Count Dooku. The Jedi Council realizes the implications of this, that Dooku has helped to create the army he is fighting against, but decide to keep these revelations a secret as it would damage the war effort, and the Jedi trust the clones they've fought alongside.
Specter of the pastEdit
Master Yoda informed the Jedi Council that he had been contacted by the spirit of Qui-Gon Jinn. Ki-Adi and the Council meditated with him, but none could hear the voice. Ki-Adi suggested that Yoda may be affected by the Sith, and as Yoda slept in the Temple's medical ward, suggested that Yoda's relationship with Dooku may have left him vulnerable. After Yoda emerged from a deprivation ritual, claiming to have spoken to Qui-Gon, Mundi remained skeptical. 
Execution on MygeetoEdit
Ki-Adi-Mundi was leading the Galactic Marines in a charge across a bridge on Mygeeto when Palpatine enacted Order 66, and Clone Commander Bacara ordered the other marines to open fire. Realizing too late he had been betrayed by his clone troopers, Mundi raised his lightsaber and deflected a handful of the shots, sending them hurling back toward the clones. However, one of the blasts struck Mundi in the stomach, which rendered him incapable of defending himself from a subsequent barrage of shots. Dropping his lightsaber, Mundi was riddled with blaster fire and fell to the ground, dead.
Personality and traitsEdit
Ki-Adi-Mundi's complex binary brain relied on blood pumped from his two hearts. His binary brain also allowed him to bond with two crystals while building his lightsaber. This allowed the saber to switch colors, going from blue to green at some times. His brains also account for his, sometimes extreme, skepticism. His two brains caused him to be overly analytical, so that while one brain assessed a certain scenario, his other brain was accounting for a completely different one.
Powers and abilitiesEdit
Ki-Adi-Mundi was a lightsaber expert, possessing at least some skill with Makashi. Mundi also had extremely fast reflexes which allowed him to react in time to defend himself for a short while after his clone troopers attacked him after the enablement of Order 66. While he was ultimately killed in the encounter, Mundi was able to deflect several shots and kill two of his troopers before they killed him.
Behind the scenesEdit
Concept and designEdit
- "When I first saw the design, I just thought it was amazing, because it incorporates so many different things. To me, he looks part Native American and part European, and he's got a wonderful, wise face. Once I'd seen that design, I had a pretty good idea of what he should be like."
- ―Silas Carson
Ki-Adi-Mundi was designed by artistic director and concept designer Iain McCaig for the first film of the Star Wars prequel trilogy, The Phantom Menace (1999). The design for what eventually became Mundi began when Star Wars creator and executive producer George Lucas asked McCaig to draw sketches for alien characters to be featured on the Jedi High Council. In doing so, McCaig experimented by drawing some unusual parodies of the elderly Obi-Wan Kenobi, including one with whale-like features, including a elongated head and ridges along the back of the neck. While drawing early conceptual sketches of the Jedi characters for the final film in the trilogy, Revenge of the Sith (2005), concept artist Derek Thompson proposed a version of Mundi that had lost his left eye during the battles of the Clone Wars and now wore an eye patch along with a black and gold cape. The concept was ultimately not used in the final film.
- "I enjoy playing this very wise man who is part of the great council. You get the feeling that he is kind of like your uncle, because he's this nice, kind, wise, protective master. I always think that way of him."
- ―Silas Carson
Ki-Adi-Mundi was portrayed by Silas Carson in all three prequel films. Carson originally auditioned for the supporting role of a fighter pilot role, but the character was eliminated from the script a few days after the audition. However, George Lucas screened a video of Silas' audition and was so impressed he encouraged the actor to accept the role of Mundi, which led him to play the other parts as well. In addition to appearing on-screen, Carson also performed Mundi's voice, mimicking that of an elderly man who speaks slowly and deliberately. During the filming of The Phantom Menace, executive producer George Lucas had not yet decided whether he would keep Carson's voice or dub in that of another actor, as he had done for several other characters, but Lucas found he liked Carson's vocal performance and decided to keep it. To create Mundi's movements, Carson spent time with elderly people and watched the ways they moved and spoke. In crafting Mundi's manner of speech, Carson said he spoke slowly not only because of the Jedi's age, but because he believed Mundi was wise and would not waste his words.
Lucas did not give Carson any backstory from which to build his performance as Mundi, but simply left it up to the actor to create. Once the shooting of each film was completed, Carson did not know right away whether he would be returning for the next film. According to Star Wars Insider writer Scott Chernoff, Lucas, producer Rick McCallum and casting director Robin Gurland were so impressed with Carson's four performances in The Phantom Menace that they decided to expand upon Mundi's role in the second film.
The Mundi costume and prosthetics were designed by the Industrial Light & Magic visual effects creature shop. They included a prosthetic head, fake hair and two cheek pieces that were built and glued onto Carson's face so they would actually move along with his facial reactions. During the first film, it took about four hours to apply Mundi's make-up and prosthetics, but in the later films the process was narrowed down to three hours. However, while the process took longer to prepare for Mundi than it did for Nute Gunray or Lott Dod, Carson said the Mundi make-up was less hot and comfortable to wear than those other character and that he would often walk around off-set and forget he had the make-up on at all. During filming for Attack of the Clones (2002), the make-up artists used a different brand of make-up glues and removers, causing Silas' skin to break out due to allergies. Silas was trained by stunt coordinator Nick Gillard for his lightsaber scenes in Attack of the Clones. Upon learning Mundi would be fighting in that film, Carson worked out a great deal before filming began to get physically fit, and claimed he was even outrunning some of the stunt performers. For these scenes, Carson decided that although Mundi appeared slow and frail at normal times, he should be fast and strong while fighting, although the actor struggled to maintain the balance between those two different aspects of the character.
Mundi is the only sitting Jedi High Council member other than Yoda and Windu to have a speaking role in the final cut of the first three films. In Attack of the Clones, Mundi can be seen fighting with a green-bladed lightsaber during a shot when he stands back-to-back with Padmé Amidala. The character uses a blue-bladed lightsaber in every other shot in the film, including those that come immediately before and after that particular shot. A scene was partially filmed for Attack of the Clones in which Mundi and Plo Koon led a group of Jedi on a raid of a Trade Federation ship during the battle of Geonosis. This scene did not appear in the final version of the film, but the rough cut and animatics later became available on the official website for registered Hyperspace customers. That rough cut was also included among the deleted scenes for Attack of the Clones in the Star Wars: The Complete Saga Blu-ray collection, which was released in September 2011.
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- Star Wars in 100 Scenes
- "A Trip to the Light Side"—Star Wars Insider 152 (Picture only)
- Star Wars: Absolutely Everything You Need to Know
- I am a Jedi (Picture only)
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Notes and referencesEdit
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3
- ↑ 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 Star Wars: Episode III Revenge of the Sith
- ↑ 3.0 3.1 3.2 3.3 3.4 3.5 3.6 3.7 Star Wars: Episode I The Phantom Menace
- ↑ 4.0 4.1 4.2 4.3 4.4 4.5 4.6 4.7 4.8 4.9 Star Wars: Episode II Attack of the Clones
- ↑ 5.0 5.1 5.2 5.3 5.4 5.5 5.6 Star Wars: The Clone Wars – "Landing at Point Rain"
- ↑ Star Wars: The Clone Wars – "Weapons Factory"
- ↑ 8.0 8.1 Star Wars: The Clone Wars – "Legacy of Terror"
- ↑ Star Wars: The Clone Wars – "Brain Invaders"
- ↑ Star Wars: The Clone Wars – "Grievous Intrigue"
- ↑ Star Wars: The Clone Wars – "R2 Come Home"
- ↑ Star Wars: The Clone Wars – "Overlords"
- ↑ Star Wars: The Clone Wars – "The Lawless"
- ↑ Star Wars: The Clone Wars – "The Lost One"
- ↑ Star Wars: The Clone Wars – "Voices"
- ↑ Ultimate Star Wars
- ↑ Star Wars: The Clone Wars: The Complete Season Two
- ↑ The Art of Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace
- ↑ The Art of Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith
- ↑ 20.0 20.1 20.2 20.3 20.4 20.5 20.6 20.7 20.8 "Silas Carson: Hero with a Thousand Faces"—Star Wars Insider 55
- ↑ 21.0 21.1 "Actor Silas tackles three roles in Phantom" (July 14, 1999). Evening Herald: p. 14
- ↑ Hendry, Steve (July 15, 1999). "The light fantastic". Edinburgh Evening News: p. 1.
- ↑ 23.0 23.1 23.2 23.3 23.4 23.5 "Silas Carson: Manic Mundi"—Star Wars Insider 44
- ↑ "Multiple Personality"—Star Wars Insider 83
- ↑ Star Wars: The Complete Saga blu-ray, Disc 7, Star Wars Archives: Episode II Deleted Scene: Raid on the Droid Control Ship and Extended Arena Fight