Who is the Best Star Wars character?


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    Luke and Anakin Skywalker




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    1. Anakin

    2. Boomer  Luke (FA & tLJ)

    3. Obi-wan (prequel, OG trilogy OWK was horrible)


    Not one mention of Kreia smh.

    She really pulled a “reason you suck” speech if you role-played a dedicated Dark Sider. Few games would dare do this.

    “I have thought of this moment, more than you know, and I wondered if here, at this ending between us, if you would care enough to try to save me. If a Jedi could find it within themselves to spare one who has fallen so far… I wanted you to say those words. For that I am grateful.

    But I do not want your mercy. I want you to break.

    Best villain dialogue. I got goosebumps.

    I was sixteen when I first played KOTOR II. I’d say I was just old enough to understand what Kreia was trying to communicate, and she really challenged a lot of preconceptions I had. KotOR I was the classic swashbuckling adventure, but KotOR II was a journey of personal development. The older I get, the more I appreciate having Kreia as the final boss. Fantastic writing.

    What was great about her is that she wasn’t exactly against you being a Jedi or Sith – Being Light Side or Dark Side isn’t the issue for her; she wanted you to be open-minded and be prepared to adapt to a changing world, instead of blindly following dogma, for adherence to a single set of ideas does not provide all the answers or solutions.

    I could listen to her all day. Amazing character.




    My Top 10 Star Wars Characters:

    10. Qui-Gon Jinn

    9. Darth Maul

    8. Captain Rex

    7. Chewbacca

    6. R2-D2

    5. Luke Skywalker

    4. Ahsoka Tano

    3. Emperor Palpatine

    2. Obi-Wan Kenobi

    1. Anakin Skywalker / Darth Vader

    Honorable Mentions: Yoda, Han Solo, Princess Leia, Boba Fett, Jango Fett, Mace Windu, Count Dooku, General Grievous, Lando Calrissian, Plo Koon, Kit Fisto, Fives, Asajj Ventress, Hondo Ohnaka, Cad Bane, Mando, Moff Gideon, Cara Dune, Orson Krennic, Grand Moff Tarkin, Admiral Ackbar


      Too many to list only one.








      Bastila Shan


      Vestara Khai

      Tahiri Veila

      Jaina and Jacen



      I’m going to go with Ashoka Tano. Ahsoka Tano, the beloved former Padawan of Anakin Skywalker, has become an iconic character in the Star Wars universe, transcending her animated origins.

      From her debut in “Star Wars: The Clone Wars” to her pivotal role in “Star Wars Rebels,” Ahsoka exemplifies resilience, wisdom, and a profound connection to the Force. Her journey from a young and brash apprentice to a seasoned and independent Force user captivates fans, showcasing her strength and determination amid the turmoil of the galaxy.

      The addition of a custom lightsaber further underscores Ahsoka’s evolution. Crafted to reflect her unique combat style and dual-wielding prowess, the custom lightsabers, with their distinctive white blades, symbolize her divergence from traditional Jedi norms and her forging of a path guided by her own principles.

      Ahsoka Tano’s narrative and the custom lightsaber stand as testaments to individuality, growth, and the enduring spirit of the Force, making her a cherished figure in the Star Wars legacy.


      Before I go ahead and state my favourite Star Wars character, just bear in mind that this is coming from someone who has only seen the movies and some of the shows. As of yet, I haven’t delved into the EU, but I shall do that shortly. I just thought I would make that clear.

      Anakin Skywalker will always be the GOAT to me. I grew up with the prequels so I would always be watching Anakin as opposed to Luke etc. I love that we got to see the charismatic and joyful side of Anakin as opposed to just the brooding conflicted figure that we got later down the line. That aspect helped me to understand his downfall and made it more believable.

      Honourable mentions include Qui-Gon Jinn and Obi-Wan Kenobi. Man… Qui-Gon Jinn didn’t get enough screen time, yet he is still a LEGEND! I appreciated his unique perspective on the Jedi Order as that massively separated him from the rest of the other Jedi. If he hadn’t been written that way, I think he would have been forgotten after The Phantom Menace and would have come across as generic.

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