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Omo Bouri
Biographical information
Homeworld

Wol Cabassh[1]

Born

Pre 124 BBY

Died

42 BBY[2]

Physical description
Species

Wol Cabasshite[1]

Gender

Male[1]

Hair color

None

Chronological and political information
Era(s)

Rise of the Empire era[1]

Affiliation
Apprentices

Saesee Tiin[1]

"I had never encountered a Wol Cabasshite before. Master Omo's cognitive brain, as opposed to the one that controlled his digestive tasks, was so highly evolved and alien from mine that his musings were often indecipherable."
―Saesee Tiin remembers Omo Bouri[src]

Omo Bouri was a male Wol Cabasshite Jedi Master serving the Jedi Order and the Galactic Republic. During his tenure in the Order, Bouri sat on the Jedi High Council.

Bouri trained the Iktotchi Saesee Tiin as his Padawan, and would die in 42 BBY. He was given a funeral where Jedi Master Mace Windu eulogised after Tiin refrained from doing it himself.

BiographyEdit

Omo Bouri was a Force-sensitive male Wol Cabasshite trained by the Jedi Order as a Jedi Knight of the Galactic Republic. Bouri successfully negotiated the Treaty of Trammis in 124 BBY, forever glorifying him in the records of the Jedi Archives.[1] Once Bouri had attained the rank of Jedi Master, he was asked to sit on the High Council and served in this position some time between 115 and 103 BBY.[3]

While on the High Council, Bouri took the Iktotchi Saesee Tiin as his Padawan. Training Tiin to knighthood, Bouri's Padawan would eventually sit on the High Council himself.[1] In a particular copy of the third edition of The Jedi Path: A Manual for Students of the Force, Jedi Initiate Thame Cerulian made a note regarding Master Bouri, claiming that he was far superior in the sport of smashball than the Wol Cabasshite Jedi.[3]

Bouri died in 42 BBY, remembered by his fellow Jedi for his years of service to the Order. Tiin had a difficult time with Bouri's passing, spending much of the next twenty years attempting to contact the spirit of his departed Master through the Force, but was never successful. Thus preoccupied, Tiin never took a Padawan of his own, and his usefulness on the Council was sometimes questioned prior to the Clone Wars.[1]

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