Top 50 Most Popular Female Star Wars Characters

Top 50 Most Popular Female Star Wars Characters


The Star Wars universe is a fascinating world where good and evil beings constantly collide to create a new order, and power changes hands often. In this futuristic world, beings from every alien race are equally capable of fighting for good and evil causes.


What would make the current generation of feminists very happy would be an equal opportunity society where women are as capable as men to wield the force and fight for justice as they are capable of becoming a Sith and giving in to the dark side.


When we look at the universe of Star Wars, we will encounter many female characters who have risen in the ranks to become the most feared and respected fighters and leaders.


They have proven to be equal to their male counterparts in their sense of justice and their viciousness. With this article, ENTOIN introduces you to all the famous female characters who have enthralled us with their heroics, loyalty, determination, and power.


Here is a look at the most famous female characters of the Star Wars Universe.




1. Rey




Rey Skywalker was a human female Jedi Master who fought for the Resistance in the war against the First Order. First introduced in the film Star Wars Episode VII: The Force Awakens, she was a former scavenger from Jakku who discovered her connection to the Force by helping BB-8, leading her to seek out Jedi Master Luke Skywalker for training.


Despite her commitment to the Jedi Order, Rey felt the pull to the dark side due to her anger and adversarial relationship with Ben Solo, also known as Kylo Ren.


Rey discovered that she was the granddaughter of Darth Sidious, the Sith Lord. With the help of Ben Solo, she defeats Sidious. Rey assumed the name “Skywalker” to honour their memory, repudiating her own heritage as a Palpatine.


Rey is known for her strength, intelligence, and resourcefulness. She is a skilled fighter and pilot, able to hold her own against the forces of the First Order. Rey is also deeply connected to the Force and becomes a powerful Jedi in her own right.




2. Princess Leia


Princess Leia


Leia Skywalker Organa Solo was a political and military leader who fought against the Galactic Empire and the First Order. She is first introduced in the original film, Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope.


She is the twin sister of the Jedi Knight Luke Skywalker, born to Anakin Skywalker and Padmé Amidala. However, she was raised on Alderaan as Princess Leia Organa. Her family was destroyed when Alderaan was destroyed but she continued to lead the Rebel Alliance.


She married Han Solo and had a son, Ben, who turned to the dark side and became Kylo Ren. Leia also led the Resistance against the First Order and trained Rey as a Jedi.


Leia is known for her strength, courage, and leadership. She is a skilled diplomat and strategist and is willing to risk everything for the cause of freedom. Throughout the Star Wars universe, she is respected as a symbol of hope and resistance against tyranny.




3. Ahsoka Tano


Ahsoka Tano


Ahsoka Tano is a Togruta Padawan and the apprentice of Jedi Knight Anakin Skywalker during the Clone Wars. She is first introduced in the animated film Star Wars: The Clone Wars.


She was discovered by Jedi Master Plo Koon on her homeworld and trained in the Jedi Temple. She helped the Republic win key battles, even dying and being resurrected by the Daughter.


After Order 66, she went into hiding but later joined Sabine Wren in finding Ezra Bridger. She also oversaw Luke Skywalker’s temporary training of Grogu, and her voice joined other Jedi spirits in guiding Rey to defeat Darth Sidious.


Ahsoka is known for her wit, courage, and determination. She is also fiercely independent and often challenges the traditional expectations of the Jedi Order. She later appears in the animated series Star Wars Rebels and The Mandalorian, further solidifying her status as a fan favourite.




4. Padmé Amidala


Padmé Amidala


Padmé Amidala is a former Queen of Naboo and later a Senator in the Galactic Republic, first introduced in the film Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace. She was protected by Padawan Anakin Skywalker after surviving an assassination attempt.


The two secretly fell in love and married despite the Jedi Code forbidding personal relationships. Amidala continued her political career while Skywalker served in the Clone Wars. After learning of her husband’s transformation into a Sith, she confronted him but ultimately died after giving birth to twins Luke and Leia.


Amidala believed there was still good in Darth Vader, her husband’s new persona, and passed away hoping for his redemption. Padmé is remembered as a strong and courageous leader dedicated to the principles of democracy and justice.



5. Asajj Ventress


Asajj Ventress


Asajj Ventress is a former Sith apprentice who later becomes a bounty hunter and ally to the Jedi during the Clone Wars, first introduced in the animated series Star Wars: The Clone Wars.


She was a Dathomirian Nightsister who was taken as a slave and later rescued by Jedi Knight Ky Narec, who trained her in the ways of the Force until he was killed by pirates.


Ventress then turned to the dark side and was discovered by Count Dooku, who took her as his apprentice. She often battled Jedi Master Obi-Wan Kenobi and Jedi Knight Anakin Skywalker but was ultimately betrayed and ordered to be killed by Dooku, leading her to seek refuge in her homeworld of Dathomir.


She later sacrificed herself to protect her lover Quinlan Vos from Dooku’s Force lightning. Asajj is a complex and multifaceted character with a tragic past that shapes her actions throughout the series.


She is also a master of deception, often playing both sides to achieve her goals. Despite this, Asajj develops a sense of honour and loyalty to those she cares about.



6. Sabine Wren


Sabine Wren


Sabine Wren is first introduced in the animated series Star Wars Rebels. She is a Mandalorian warrior, skilled in combat and artistry, and a member of the rebel alliance against the Galactic Empire.


She joined the crew of the Ghost after being recruited by Captain Hera Syndulla and Jedi Kanan Jarrus. Wren discovered the Darksaber while hunting down the former ruler of Mandalore, Maul.


Despite initially wanting nothing to do with it, she was convinced by Jarrus and Mandalorian Protector Fenn Rau to wield it and unite the Mandalorian people against the Empire. Wren aided her family in the Mandalorian Civil War and later fought with the Lothal resistance group to liberate the planet.


After the fall of the Empire, she searched for her missing friend Ezra Bridger with Ahsoka Tano. Sabine is known for her rebellious spirit and fierce loyalty to her friends and allies.


She is a talented artist, often leaving graffiti tags as a symbol of resistance against the Empire. She is admired for her creativity and determination in the face of overwhelming odds.



7. Shaak Ti


Shaak Ti


Shaak Ti is a Togruta female Jedi Master, first introduced in the film Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones. She served on the Jedi High Council before the Great Jedi Purge.


Shaak Ti is known for her strength in the Force and her skill in lightsaber combat. During the Clone Wars, Ti fought as a Jedi General in the Grand Army of the Republic in battles such as Geonosis, Kamino, and Coruscant.


Ti and the Jedi Council became increasingly concerned about the identity and motives of the Dark Lord of the Sith. Ti was stationed on Coruscant at the time of the Great Jedi Purge and was slain by Darth Vader and his forces during the siege of the Jedi Temple.


Shaak Ti is a compassionate and wise leader dedicated to the principles of the Jedi Order. She often serves as a mentor to younger Jedi, including Ahsoka Tano and Galen Marek.


Shaak Ti is also a skilled strategist, playing a key role in battles against the Separatist forces.



8. Maz Kanata


Maz Kanata


Maz Kanata is a Force-sensitive humanoid female, first introduced in the film Star Wars: The Force Awakens. She is a wise and ancient alien who runs a cantina on the planet Takodana, where she gained a reputation as a “pirate queen.” She allowed smugglers to reside in her home as long as they honoured her prohibitions against politics and war.


Kanata spent centuries travelling the galaxy and collecting antiques, including the Skywalker lightsaber. Han Solo brought Rey to Kanata’s castle, and Kanata took an interest in the girl when the lightsaber called out to her through the Force.


After the castle was destroyed in a battle with stormtroopers of the First Order, Kanata entrusted the lightsaber to Finn, a former First Order stormtrooper who chose to help the Resistance.


Maz is a mysterious and enigmatic character with a talent for sensing the Force and a past that is only hinted at in the films. She is known for her keen insights, wisdom, and her ability to guide and counsel those who seek her help.


Maz is also a skilled fighter, able to hold her own in battle despite her advanced age.



9. Hera Syndulla


Hera Syndulla


Hera Syndulla is first introduced in the animated series Star Wars Rebels. She is a skilled pilot and leader of the rebellion against the Galactic Empire. Hera is also a member of the Twi’lek species, known for their distinctive head-tails.


She built her own Resistance team onboard her starship, The Ghost. Hera is a courageous and intelligent character with a strong sense of duty to her cause. She is fiercely loyal to her crew and will do anything to protect them.


Hera’s expertise as a pilot and tactician makes her a valuable asset to the rebel alliance, and she often leads missions against the Empire. Despite her strength and determination, Hera also has a compassionate side, especially when it comes to her family and the plight of her people.


Hera Syndulla formed her Rebel team with the Mandalorian warrior Sabine Wren, Garazeb Orrelios, astromech droid Chopper, and Padawan Ezra Bridger and completed several missions.



10. Mon Mothma


Mon Mothma


Mon Mothma was a prominent leader in the Star Wars universe, serving as the chief architect of the Rebel Alliance during the Galactic Civil War. She was a member of the Galactic Senate before it was disbanded by Emperor Palpatine and became a vocal critic of his regime, eventually joining the Rebel Alliance to overthrow the Empire.


Mothma played a crucial role in coordinating the Alliance’s military efforts, including the planning of the attack on the Death Star. After the fall of the Empire, she became the first Chancellor of the New Republic, working to establish a stable government and bring peace to the galaxy.


Mothma was known for her diplomatic skills and dedication to the principles of freedom and democracy. Her leadership inspired countless others to join the fight against the Empire and laid the foundation for the future of the galaxy.



11. Jyn Erso


Jyn Erso


Jyn Erso is a human and the daughter of Lyra and Galen Erso. Galen Erso was forced by the Empire to build the Death Star. Jyn was first introduced in the film Rogue One: A Star Wars Story.


She is a skilled warrior and former criminal who becomes a key member of the Rebel Alliance in their mission to steal the plans for the Death Star. Jyn is known for her independence, bravery, and determination.


She is a skilled fighter and strategist, using her abilities to help the Rebellion succeed in its mission. Jyn is also deeply affected by the loss of her family and the oppressive nature of the Empire.


She uncovered the fatal flaw that her father installed in the Death Star and transmitted it to the Rebel Alliance. Throughout the Star Wars universe, Jyn is respected as a hero and symbol of resistance against tyranny.


She was also remembered fondly by the Rebel Leader Mon Mothma, who believed that Jyn Erso would make an extraordinary leader if she survived.



12. Captain Phasma


Captain Phasma


Captain Phasma is first introduced in the film Star Wars Episode VII: The Force Awakens. She is a high-ranking officer in the First Order, serving as the commander of the First Order’s stormtrooper forces.


Phasma is known for her imposing presence, combat skills, and loyalty to the First Order. She is a skilled fighter and strategist, using her position to ensure the success of the First Order’s missions.


Phasma is also notable for her distinctive armour made from salvaged chromium from a Naboo yacht. Phasma is a formidable opponent who will betray anyone to ensure her survival. It can be seen in the way she betrayed her clan and family, and killed her brother to escape aboard the spaceship of the First Order.


Later, she also betrayed her benefactor to secure her position as the Commander of the Stormtrooper forces.



13. Amilyn Holdo


Amilyn Holdo


Amilyn Holdo is a human politician and military commander who served in the Resistance and the Alliance to Restore the Republic. She was first introduced in the film Star Wars Episode VIII: The Last Jedi.


She is a high-ranking officer in the Resistance and a close friend of General Leia Organa. Holdo is known for her intelligence, bravery, and unconventional leadership style. She is a strategic thinker and a strong supporter of the Resistance, willing to take risks to ensure their survival.


Holdo is also notable for her distinctive fashion sense, which includes a purple hairstyle and unique clothing. Throughout The Last Jedi, Holdo becomes a key player in the Resistance’s fight against the First Order.


She executed a historic suicide attack on the First Order fleet, later dubbed the Holdo manoeuvre.



14. Cara Dune


Cara Dune


Carasynthia “Cara” Dune was a human female Alderaanian,  first introduced in the Disney+ series The Mandalorian. She is a former Rebel shock trooper who becomes a skilled mercenary and ally to the Mandalorian in his adventures.


Later, she becomes a Marshall of the New Republic. Dune is known for her toughness, combat skills, and loyalty. She is a skilled fighter and strategist, using her training and experience to help the Mandalorian in his missions.


Dune is also haunted by her past experiences and the loss of her comrades in the Rebellion. Throughout The Mandalorian, Dune becomes a trusted ally and friend to the Mandalorian, helping him in his mission to protect the Child from the Imperial Remnant.


She assisted him in destroying the last Imperial base on the planet.



15. Norra Wexley


Norra Wexley


Norra Wexley is first introduced in the novel Star Wars: Aftermath. She is a former Rebel pilot who becomes a key player in the fight against the remnants of the Empire after the Battle of Endor.


She is a human Resistance pilot from the planet Akiva. Norra is known for her bravery, determination, and loyalty to the Rebel cause. She is a skilled pilot and fighter, using her abilities to help the Rebellion defeat the Empire.


Norra is also deeply affected by the loss of her husband, a Rebel pilot who disappeared during the Battle of Endor. Norra, her son Temmin Wexley, the battle droid Mister Bones, the bounty hunter Jas Emari, and Sinjir Rath Velus form a team to take up missions for the New Republic.


She and her team go to Kashyyyk to rescue Han Solo.



16. Aayla Secura


Aayla Secura


Aayla Secura is a Force-sensitive Rutian Twi’lek, first introduced in the prequel films Episode II: Attack of the Clones and Episode III: Revenge of the Sith. She is a Jedi Knight who serves in the Clone Wars alongside other notable Jedi such as Anakin Skywalker and Obi-Wan Kenobi.


Aayla is known for her combat skills, wisdom, and compassion. She is a skilled fighter and a gifted strategist, using her abilities to help the Republic defeat the Separatists in the Clone Wars.


Aayla is also notable for her distinctive blue skin and head-tails, which are a defining feature of her species. Aayla Secura was trained under the tutelage of Jedi Master Quinlan Vos and soon grew up to become the Jedi General of the Grand Army of the Republic during the Clone Wars.


Unfortunately, when Emperor Sheev Palpatine secretly ordered the Clone Army to execute Order 66, she was the first to fall.



17. Luminara Unduli


Luminara Unduli


Luminara Unduli is a Mirialan Jedi Master who serves the Jedi Order during the Clone Wars. She was also the commander of the 41st Elite Corps of the Grand Army of the Republic.


Luminara is known for her calm and collected demeanour, as well as her formidable combat skills. Luminara was the Jedi Master to her Padawan, Barriss Offee, and the two share a close bond.


However, Barriss eventually betrays the Jedi Order and frames Ahsoka Tano for a terrorist attack, which deeply affects Luminara. She assisted in the Battle of Kashyyyk. Here, Luminara is captured by Darth Sidious and executed by the Empire as part of Order 66.


It was a devastating blow to the Jedi and the Rebel Alliance. Luminara is remembered as a skilled and wise Jedi who fought bravely during the Clone Wars.



18. Barriss Offee


Barriss Offee


Barriss Offee is a Mirialan Jedi Padawan who appears in both the Clone Wars animated series and the Star Wars comics. She was the Padawan of Jedi Master Luminara Unduli, whom she betrayed.


Barriss is initially portrayed as a skilled and dedicated Jedi, but as the Clone Wars progress, she becomes disillusioned with the Jedi Order and their involvement in the war. This eventually leads her to betray her fellow Jedi and bomb the Jedi Temple on Coruscant, framing her friend Ahsoka Tano for the crime.


Barriss’s character arc is one of the most complex in the Star Wars universe. She represents the dangers of becoming too rigid in one’s beliefs and losing sight of the Jedi’s true purpose.


Despite her controversial actions, Barriss remains a fascinating and memorable character in the Star Wars canon.



19. Depa Billaba


depa billaba


Depa Billaba is a Jedi Master! A Chalactan Jedi, she served on the High Council and was known for her wisdom and enlightenment. She was discovered by Jedi Master Mace Windu and taken to the Jedi Temple to be accepted as his padawan.


She trained Caleb Dume, later known as Kanan Jarrus, a key Rebel leader. Their bond and her tragic death deeply impacted him. She was one of the leaders of the Clone Troopers who fought in the Clone Wars, showcasing her strategic prowess.


Depa Billaba is also known for her presence on the High Council at a very young age owing to her highly enlightened mind. Though often in the background, Depa Billaba’s legacy shines through her impact on Kanan and the Jedi Order, solidifying her place in Star Wars canon.



20. Mara Jade Skywalker


Mara Jade Skywalker


Mara Jade Skywalker was initially introduced in Timothy Zahn’s “Thrawn Trilogy” of novels, set after the events of Return of the Jedi. Mara Jade is a former Emperor’s Hand, a special agent of the Galactic Empire who served directly under Palpatine.


Following the Emperor’s death, Mara struggles to find her place in the galaxy until she encounters Luke Skywalker. Initially hostile towards him, she eventually comes to join the New Republic and develops a close relationship with Luke.


She even marries him and fights alongside Luke in the Yuuzhan Vong Wars. Mara Jade is known for her intelligence, resourcefulness, and fighting skills. She begins her life as an assassin for Palpatine, becomes a smuggler, and eventually a Jedi master in the New Jedi Order.



21. Jaina Solo


Jaina Solo


Jaina Solo is the daughter of Han Solo and Leia Organa and the twin sister of Jacen Solo. She inherited her father’s mechanical genius and her mother’s Force-sensitivity. Jaina trains as a Jedi under the tutelage of Luke Skywalker and becomes a skilled warrior and pilot.


She participated in many of the major conflicts of the Expanded Universe, including the Yuuzhan Vong War and the Second Galactic Civil War. Throughout her adventures, Jaina struggles with the dark side of the Force as well as the legacy of her family and their involvement in galactic affairs.


Jaina Solo is known for her determination, bravery, and strong sense of justice. She helped to rescue Zekk from the dark side when he crossed over. Later, she fell in love with the ace pilot Jagged Fel and married him.



22. Aurra Sing


Aurra Sing


Aurra Sing is a ruthless bounty hunter known for her sharpshooting skills and distinctive appearance, including a bald head and facial tattoos. She is a Force-sensitive female Palliduvan who trained with the Jedi Order but left the order to become a bounty hunter.


She trained fellow hunter Boba Fett after the death of Jango Fett. Aurra Sing is first introduced in Star Wars: Episode I – The Phantom Menace, where she is seen briefly as a spectator at the Boonta Eve Classic podracing event.


She later appears in the Clone Wars animated series, where she is hired by various criminal organisations and is shown to have a personal vendetta against the Jedi. Aurra Sing’s character is often portrayed as cold and calculating, willing to do whatever it takes to get the job done.



23. Bo-Katan Kryze


Bo-Katan Kryze


Bo-Katan Kryze is a Mandalorian warrior and a member of the Kryze clan. Bo-Katan is known for her fierce combat skills, leadership abilities, and dedication to the Mandalorian way of life.


She is the sister of Satine Kryze, who led Mandalore during its pacifist years and neutral existence. As Bo-Katan was proud of the martial heritage of Mandalore, she rejected Satine’s regime.


Bo-Katan first appears in the Clone Wars animated series, where she leads a faction of Mandalorian rebels against the rule of Darth Maul. She later appears in the Disney+ series The Mandalorian, where she assists the titular character in his efforts to reunite the Mandalorian people and defeat the remnants of the Empire.


Although Bo-Katan aims to continue with the warrior lifestyle of the Mandalorian people, she was against the rule of Emperor Palpatine and fought to release her people from his regime.



24. Qi’ra




Qi’ra is a human female from the planet Corellia who grew up on the streets with Han Solo. She was a part of the White Worms. After an attempt to steal a vial of coaxium went bad, she was sold into slavery by Lady Proxima.


She became the slave of Dryden Vos and later became his most trusted lieutenant to the leader of Crimson Dawn. Qi’ra was in a relationship with Han and reunited with him on Vandor.


They rekindled their relationship and fought together. To save Han, Qi’ra betrayed Dryden Vos and killed him. She left Han behind to meet with Maul, the true leader of Crimson Dawn, and later resurfaced as the leader of Crimson Dawn herself, with a plan to use Han as bait to bring major galactic factions to her.



25. Oola




Oola is a Twi’lek dancer who appears in the film Star Wars: Episode VI – Return of the Jedi. Oola is enslaved by Jabba the Hutt and forced to perform as a dancer in his palace.


She catches the eye of Han Solo, who attempts to rescue her, but Jabba has her fed to the Rancor as punishment for her disobedience. Oola was a hapless kidnap victim whom Bib Fortuna tricked.


She was fed stories of grandeur and luxury by Fortuna, who sold her into slavery. Despite having a chance to escape from Mos Eisley, she took a chance by dancing for Jabba the Hutt.


She was a dainty female with no experience in combat. Her graceful dance and appearance made her an instant favourite of Jabba, but she despised his vile temper and repulsed his attention.



26. Korr Sella


Korr Sella


Korr Sella is an officer in the Resistance naval force. She appears briefly in Star Wars: Episode VII – The Force Awakens as a member of the Resistance. Korr Sella serves as the personal aide to General Leia Organa and is present during a briefing where Leia discusses the threat posed by the First Order.


She takes the responsibility of delivering the warnings that General Leia issues. Later in the film, she is seen on the planet Hosnian Prime, where she is killed in the destruction of the Hosnian system by the First Order’s Starkiller Base superweapon.


Korr Sella has a brief dispute with Leia when it is discovered that Leia is the daughter of Darth Vader. She resigns from her post but reconsiders her friendship and history with the General and rejoins the Resistance.



27. Nomi Sunrider


Nomi Sunrider


Nomi Sunrider is a human Jedi Master and later, a grandmaster in the days of the Galactic Republic, now considered “Legends.” She played a pivotal role in the Great Sith War.


She fought the fallen Jedi Qel-Droma and severed his connection to the Force, thereby defeating him. Nomi was initially a non-Force sensitive individual, but after witnessing her husband’s murder and the attempted kidnapping of her daughter, she is trained in the ways of the Force by Jedi Knight Thon.


Nomi eventually becomes a powerful Jedi herself and uses her skills to fight against the Sith and their allies. Nomi’s story is one of personal growth and determination as she overcomes tragedy and adversity to become a powerful defender of the galaxy.


She assembled the Conclave on Exis Station to discuss the rebuilding of the Jedi Order.



28. Lumiya




Lumiya was Force-sensitive, born as Shira Elan Colla Brie and trained to become an agent of the Galactic Empire. She was a Sith Lady who trained under Darth Vader as his apprentice.


She gained power as his Shadow-hand and became the Emperor’s Hand. Later she became a powerful Dark Lady of the Sith. Lumiya was known for her unique red-bladed lightsaber, which had a whip-like cord attached to the hilt.


She used this weapon to devastating effect in combat, often disarming her opponents before delivering the killing blow. She held a deep reverence for Darth Vader, who was her master and sought to kill Luke Skywalker.


As she failed to kill Skywalker, her hatred for him deepened. With the death of both Emperor Palpatine and Darth Vader, Dark Lady Lumiya became the Mistress of the Sith and launched multiple attacks and wars on the Jedi Order.



29. Tahiri Veila


Tahiri Veila


Tahiri Veila was a human Jedi Knight who first appeared in the Star Wars novel “Junior Jedi Knights: The Golden Globe” by Nancy Richardson. She was a human female who was orphaned at a young age and was taken in by the Tusken Raiders of Tatooine.


Tahiri was discovered by Jedi Master Tionne Solusar and taken to the Jedi Praxeum on Yavin IV. She later became a close friend and ally of Anakin Solo, the youngest son of Han Solo and Princess Leia.


While she was with the Jedi Order, Tahiri faced many challenges and betrayals, including witnessing the death of Anakin Solo. This incident deeply affected her and made it easy to manipulate her.


During the Yuuzhan Vong War, she was captured and shaped by Mezhan Kwaad. Later, she was turned to the Dark Side by the Sith Lord Darth Caedus.



30. Bazine Netal


Bazine Netal


Bazine Netal was a human female who worked as a spy and mercenary for the criminal underworld. Bazine was known for her skills in tracking and espionage. She was hired by the First Order to locate the missing astromech droid BB-8, which had valuable information on the whereabouts of the missing Jedi Master Luke Skywalker.


Although her screen time was brief, Bazine’s character made an impact with her mysterious and alluring presence. She is an intelligent and calculative person who remains elusive by pretending to be a lowly alien.


Her skill at secrecy has helped her job as a mercenary.



31. Rose Tico


Rose Tico


Rose Tico is a human female from the Star Wars sequel trilogy. She is a mechanic who works for the Resistance and plays a significant role in the events of Star Wars: Episode VIII – The Last Jedi.


Rose is initially portrayed as a low-level Resistance worker, but she becomes an essential part of the team when she joins Finn on a mission to disable the First Order’s hyperspace tracker.


During their mission, Rose and Finn develop a close bond, and Rose ultimately sacrifices herself to save Finn and the Resistance. Rose and her sister Paige joined the Resistance to fight against the First Order that took over her home planet and converted it into a mining colony.


She believed that to win the war, the Resistance had to fight to save what they love and not fight what they hate.



32. Adi Gallia


Adi Gallia


Adi Gallia is a Tholothian female from the Star Wars franchise. She is a Jedi Master and a member of the Jedi Council during the waning years of the Galactic Republic.


During the Clone Wars, she served as the Jedi General in the Grand Army of The Republic. Adi Gallia is known for her calm and collected demeanour, as well as her exceptional combat skills.


She is often called upon to lead Jedi missions and plays a significant role in the Clone Wars animated series. Adi Gallia is ultimately killed by the cyborg General Grievous during the final days of the Clone Wars.


Despite her limited screen time, Adi Gallia is a fan favourite and is admired for her intelligence, bravery, and dedication to the Jedi way of life.



33. Beru Whitesun Lars


Beru Whitesun Lars


Beru Whitesun Lars was a human from the planet Tatooine. She was the wife of Anakin Skywalker’s step-brother Owen Lars and the aunt of Luke Skywalker. She helped to raise Luke on the moisture farm on Tatooine.


Beru was portrayed as a kind and nurturing figure who was often worried about Luke’s safety but supported his dreams of leaving Tatooine to explore the galaxy. She was known for her domestic skills, particularly her ability to make blue milk, a popular beverage on Tatooine.


Unfortunately, Beru and Owen were both killed by the Empire when they were suspected of helping the Rebel Alliance, which devastated Luke and played a significant role in his decision to join the fight against the Empire.



34. Visas Marr


Visas Marr


Visas Marr is a character in the Star Wars Legends continuity, specifically in the video game “Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic II: The Sith Lords”. She was a Miraluka, a species of Force-sensitives with no eyes who could “see” through the Force.


Visas was once a Sith Apprentice to Darth Nihilus but after Nihilus killed her homeworld, she turned against him and became a companion to the game’s protagonist, the Jedi Exile.


Visas was highly skilled in lightsaber combat and had the ability to heal herself through the Force. She also had a strong connection to the Force and as a result, was highly perceptive of those around her.


Visas was a complex character with a tragic past and played a pivotal role in the game’s story.



35. Jan Ors


Jan Ors


Jan Ors is a brave and independent woman who grew up to become an important Rebel agent. She became an Intelligence officer for a terrorist organisation and was thorough in her double agent operations.


She recruited and worked with Kyle Katarn aiding him greatly with her skills in gathering intelligence. Ors worked with multiple intelligence and rebel groups like Justice Action Network, Alpha Blue, Galactic Federation of Free Alliances, etc.


She was dedicated to the Rebellion and the New Republic for over thirty years. Jan had romantic feelings for Katarn but expressed her love as loyalty on the field, defending him from those who were still suspicious of him.


She had the courage to challenge Mon Mothma’s authority and mistrust towards Katarn.



36. Chelli Lona Aphra


Chelli Lona Aphra


Chelli Lona Aphra is a human archeologist. She, along with her assassin droids 0-0-0 and BT-1, were recruited by Darth Vader to do many critical missions. Aphra’s role can be described as a self-serving and reckless criminal who is primarily concerned with her own needs and survival.


She is known for making bad decisions motivated by greed and often double-crossing her allies. Despite this, she sometimes feels compelled to assist others. Aphra struggles to make friends and meaningful connections due to her untrustworthiness and strong disloyalty to anyone but herself.


As a criminal, Aphra is well-known throughout the galaxy and is highly skilled in breaking into places to steal artefacts. Despite her criminal tendencies, Aphra is seen by some, like Luke Skywalker, as a good person at heart.



37. Satine Kryze


Satine Kryze


Satine Kryze was the strongest voice of peace who became a pacifistic ruler of Mandalore and the leader of the New Mandalorian movement. She led the devastated planet of Mandalore through the civil war into a peaceful future and worked to move her people beyond their violent warrior history.


She held back all opposition and terrorist groups like the Death Watch to maintain a neutral stand before the Confederacy and the Republic. During the Clone Wars, she fought against the rising extremism and militarism that threatened her world and attempted to keep Mandalore neutral.


However, her efforts were ultimately unsuccessful, and she was deposed and arrested by Death Watch, who were affiliated with Maul’s Shadow Collective. Kryze was murdered by Maul in front of Jedi Master Obi-Wan Kenobi, who was a close friend.


Her death marked the end of Mandalore’s era of peace and pacifism.



38. Kreia




Kreia is a human female. She is a controversial Force-sensitive who attempted to build a new Jedi Order that was free from enslavement to the Force. She believed that the Force was a malevolent power that enslaved its users.


Her unconventional and novel approaches caused the Jedi Council to exile her from the Jedi Order. Kreia’s quest led her astray, and she became the bitter Sith Lord Darth Traya.


Her hatred for the Force developed on a philosophical level and she sought to destroy it, believing it enslaved the universe. Kreia became the mentor to Meetra Surik, known as The Jedi Exile.


Together, they attempted to rid the universe of the Force’s will. Kreia passed her judgement on the Jedi Masters, severing their own bonds to The Force, causing them to pass on from the Living Force to The Cosmic Force.



39. Enfys Nest


Enfys Nest


Enfys Nest was a human resistance fighter who led the group of Cloud-riders. She was a skilled and passionate leader with a reputation as a ruthless pirate. She wielded weapons such as an electro-ripper staff and had martial arts skills.


Nest was also skilled at operating a swoop bike and wore gauntlets and a battle helmet made of beskar armour plates. She was compassionate, selfless, loyal, and brave, with ambitious goals of thwarting the Empire and Crimson Dawn.


Nest’s mother was a pirate leader, and after her death, Nest matured quickly and successfully bore the weight of leadership at just sixteen years old. She carried on her mother’s legacy of defending the innocent people of the galaxy.



40. Merrin




Merrin is a Nightsister of Dathomir! In fact, she’s a prominent character in the video game “Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order”. Merrin is a skilled Dathomirian Zabrak who possesses powerful magick, a blend of the Force and witchcraft practised by the Nightsisters.


Her life was shattered when the Empire massacred most of her coven during the Clone Wars. She hid and honed her abilities in secret.  In the game Merrin joins forces with Jedi Padawan Cal Kestis, aiding him in his quest against the Empire and his own internal struggles.


Merrin is a formidable Nightsister with a captivating story to tell! She has overcome internal struggle with survivors guilt, deep dislike for the Empire and used her connection with the Force to aid the good side. 



41. Yaddle




Yaddle was a female Jedi Master from the same species as Master Yoda and Grogu. She was known for her wisdom, patience, and kindness. She was revered in the Jedi Temple and was regarded as legendary by some of the population of the planet Lateron.


Yaddle was skilled in the use of little-known and deadly Jedi powers such as morichro, and was a capable and skilled lightsaber duelist who utilised Forms III and IV of lightsaber combat.


She was also capable of impressive acrobatic feats while engaging in combat. Yaddle was devoted to the ideals of the Jedi, and was compassionate and forgiving, even offering Dooku a chance at redemption.


However, she had grown critical of the Jedi Order to the point where she resigned her seat on the High Council.



42. Mission Vao


Mission Vao


Mission Vao is a female Rutian Twi’lek who lived as a street urchin on the ecumenopolis of Taris. She had a tough childhood but remained optimistic and loyal to those she considered friends, including Revan.


However, Vao’s best friend was the Wookiee Zaalbar. Mission was curious and had a strong sense of fairness, which led her to be angry about the treatment of the Wookiees by Czerka and their chieftain.


She was easily influenced but courageous, impulsive, and had a talent for fine sleight of hand, slicing, and using stealth field generators. She could also play Pazaak and was multilingual.


Her chief annoyance was when people dismissed her due to her age, which led to arguments with Carth and Bastila.



43. Cere Junda


Cere Junda


Cere Junda is a human Jedi seeker. She is a former Jedi Knight who survived the execution of Order 66, a command issued by Emperor Palpatine that resulted in the near-total annihilation of the Jedi Order.


She severed her connection with the Force and went into hiding, but after her Padawan Suduri fell to the dark side, she decided to join the crew of Mantis and restore the Jedi Order.


Cere Junda later became a mentor to the protagonist of the video game “Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order,” Cal Kestis, and helps him to uncover a sinister plot by the remnants of the Galactic Empire.


Cere Junda is known for her wisdom, strength, and bravery and has become a popular character among Star Wars fans.



44. Minas Velti


Minas Velti


Minas Velti was a human female Jedi Master who trained younglings at the Jedi Temple in Coruscant. She fought in the defence of the Jedi Temple during the attack of the Clone army.


She attempted to help her students escape but was ultimately killed while fighting off multiple clone troopers. Velti was a skilled practitioner of lightsaber combat, particularly in the defensive aspect of deflecting blaster shots.


She was able to fend off the clone troopers initially, killing several with her lightsaber. Velti was able to delay the attack of Darth Vader; this resulted in the escape of Reva Sevander.



45. Reva Sevander


Reva Sevander


Reva Sevander, also known as the Third Sister, was a highly ambitious Inquisitor who sought revenge against Darth Vader for his actions against her fellow younglings. Despite her desire for revenge, she pretended to be a loyal servant of Vader while infiltrating the Inquisitorius.


Sevander was skilled with a lightsaber and could use the Force to lift and throw objects, extract information from minds, and collapse structures. However, she was no match for a Sith Lord and was easily overwhelmed by other Force-users.


She planned to kill Obi-Wan Kenobi to gain the good graces of Vader. She also kidnaps Leia Organa to lure him out. Sevander’s quest for revenge ultimately led her to consider killing an innocent child, but she chose mercy and returned Luke Skywalker to his family.



46. Mallatobuck




Mallatobuck, also known as Malla, is a Wookiee female. She is the wife of Chewbacca, the famous co-pilot of the Millennium Falcon. Malla is first introduced in the 1978 made-for-TV movie “The Star Wars Holiday Special,” where she is shown celebrating the Wookiee holiday of Life Day with her family and friends.


She and her son, Lumpawaroo were enslaved during the Galactic wars. She later got separated from her son and family only to be liberated with the Liberation of Kashyyyk. Despite her limited screen time, Malla has become a beloved character among Star Wars fans, and her appearance has become a cult classic.


Malla’s role in the overall Star Wars saga is minor, but she is an important part of Chewbacca’s backstory and adds depth to his character.



47. Zorii Bliss


Zorii Bliss


Zorii Bliss is a human character. She is a member of the spice-smuggling gang called the Spice Runners of Kijimi and a former acquaintance of Poe Dameron. Zorii is first introduced in “Star Wars: Episode IX – The Rise of Skywalker” as a mysterious figure in a red helmet and suit.


She had feelings for Dameron, which he rejected, leading her to remain a neutral party in the fight between The First Order and the Resistance. Initially, Zorii is hesitant to assist him in his mission against the First Order.


However, after some persuasion, Zorii ultimately helps Poe and his allies by providing vital information to assist them in their fight against the First Order. Zorii is a skilled fighter and pilot, and her quick wit and intelligence make her a valuable asset to the Resistance.



48. Peli Motto


Peli Motto


Peli Motto is a human who manages a hangar at the Mos Eisley spaceport. She is introduced in “The Mandalorian” as a mechanic and trader who operates on the remote planet Tatooine.


Peli is portrayed as a resourceful and street-smart entrepreneur who is willing to take risks for profit. She often comes to the aid of Din Djarin. She helps the Mandalorian by repairing his ship and providing him with valuable information.


She also helps him search for other Mandalorian survivors. Peli is a friendly and colourful character known for her distinctive accent and quirky personality. Her role in the Star Wars saga is relatively minor, but she has become a fan favourite due to her straightforwardness, charm, and wit.



49. Shmi Skywalker


Shmi Skywalker


Shmi Skywalker is a human character. She is the mother of Anakin Skywalker, the future Darth Vader. Shmi is introduced in the film “Star Wars: Episode I – The Phantom Menace” as a slave on the planet Tatooine, where Jedi Master Qui-Gon Jinn meets Anakin and takes him to the Jedi temple.


Shmi is portrayed as a kind and loving mother who is deeply devoted to her son, Anakin. Shmi’s role in the Star Wars saga is significant as Anakin’s traumatic separation from her is a driving force behind his descent into darkness.


Her death at the hands of Tusken Raiders in “Attack of the Clones” further fuels his anger and hatred, ultimately leading to his transformation into Darth Vader. Despite her relatively small role in the franchise, Shmi Skywalker’s influence on the Star Wars story is significant.



50. Fennec Shand


Fennec Shand


Fennec Shand is a human bounty hunter. She is a skilled assassin and mercenary who operates in the criminal underworld of the galaxy. Fennec first appears in the Disney+ series “The Mandalorian” as a hired gun working for a mysterious client who seeks to capture a valuable asset known as the Child.


Later, in the spinoff series “The Book of Boba Fett,” Fennec becomes a close ally of Boba Fett and serves as his right-hand woman as they navigate the challenges of ruling the criminal underworld on the planet Tatooine.


Fennec is a highly skilled fighter and tactician, and her sharp wit and no-nonsense attitude make her a formidable ally and enemy alike.



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