Top 10 Jedi Who Deserve Their Own Show

We know that trillions of beings live in that distant galaxy. Yet, there were only ten thousand Jedi alive during the final days of the Republic. Before the dark times. Before the Empire. We know of Qui-Gon Jinn and Obi-Wan Kenobi. We know all about his Padawan and eventual enemy, Anakin Skywalker. We know about Luke.

But what about the others? Disney holds the rights to every Jedi we've ever heard of and the resources to push the boundaries of what Star Wars can be.

So if they're looking for a sign to try, this is it. Here are ten relatively obscure Jedi who deserve shows and stories of their own.

She was a tragic casualty of Disney's takeover and one of the many characters relegated to Star Wars Legends. However – Disney has saved characters from Legends before. Just think of Thrawn!

Jaina Solo

For those who have never heard this name in their lives, Feemor (last name unknown) debuted in the mini-run comic book series Jedi – The Dark Side. There we learned he'd been Qui-Gon Jinn's first Padawan, preceding Xanatos and Obi-Wan.

Feemor

We know he led a bunch of younglings to a Gathering on Illum. Crechelings are baby Jedi who have yet to match with a master. A Gathering is a ceremony in which a Jedi finds the first crystal they'll use to power their lightsaber.

Ooba-Neba Nocci

We know she began as a padawan in the Temple who was there the night Anakin became Darth. She survived. She bided her time. She became an Inquisitor, and after years of waiting, she took her shot. And in the end, Reva saved herself despite years of fear, hate, and suffering.

Reva Sevander

There's also something that feels like a fairytale about these twin sisters that I think a Ghibli film could latch onto. They are both Jedi Masters and devoted to each other.

Tiplee and Tiplar

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