Posted Sep-17-2016 6:20 PM
10. Qui-Gon Jinn
Qui-Gon was more neutral in the Jedi Order, sometimes going against the wishes of the counsel, like training Anakin. His dying wish to Kenobi was for him to train Skywalker, and it is because of this that he is on my list.
9. Mace Windu
(That face lol)
Mace Windu crafted a unique lightsaber form, Vapaad. He channeled his opponent's anger, using it against them to his advantage. Hell, he managed to contend with Darth fucking Sidious, one of if not the most powerful Sith of all time! Plus, his lightsaber blade is wicked cool!
8. Ahsoka Tano
The apprentice of the fallen Jedi Anakin Skywalker. She reached her peek after leaving the Order, later returning to help the Rebellion in their struggle against the Empire. She even managed to contend with Vader, one of the greatest lightsaber duelists of all time. I'd say she's on par with ROTJ Luke.
7. Darth Maul
(^I cannot explain how excited this made me)
Just look at his face and lightsaber.
(^Just look at this dank meme.)
The grandmaster of the Jedi Order, Yoda was among the few that survived Order 66 and the Great Jedi Purge. He trained Luke despite his anger and impatience, and became one with the Force.
5. Darth Sidious
Darth Sidious was responsible for Order 66 and the Great Jedi Purge. His clones wiped out the majority of the Jedi. Sidious was a master manipulator, turning the Chosen One to his side.
4. Luke Skywalker
The son of the Chosen One and saviour of the Jedi. Luke started off as a whiny farm boy, but became a legendary Jedi knight. Had it not been for him, the prophecy of the Chosen One may not have been fulfilled, and Darth Vader would not have been redeemed.
3. Obi-Wan Kenobi
Obi-Wan Kenobi is one of the most legendary of all Jedi. He was among the few who survived Order 66 and even managed to escape the wrath of Darth Vader, the greatest Jedi killer of all time. Kenobi was the mentor to the Chosen One before his fall, and refused to kill his former apprentice. After facing Vader a final time, he sacrificed himself and became one with the Force, helping Yoda train Luke in the afterlife. That's devotion.
2. Darth Revan
Revan was a great Jedi and tactician, defeating the Mandalorians and pushing them back. He then became a Sith, was betrayed by his apprentice, and redeemed himself, a Jedi once more. Revan even managed to hold off Darth Vitiate, a Sith lord on par with Sidious.
1. Darth Vader
What makes me so fond of this character is his story, a struggle of love, hate, and suffering. His story is actually very sad and depressing, and his transformation from a hopeful young boy to a self-hating, heartbroken Sith was interesting and a story that I relate to. The focus of the original six films was his rise, fall, and redemption.