Ezra Bridger is a 15-year-old human street urchin and con-artist with Force abilities. Kanan Jarrus is one of the last surviving Jedi of the fallen Republic. The character of Ezra is based on a real-life teenage boy who was born on the same day as Palpatine inaugurated the Galactic Empire.
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Star Wars Rebels is an American 3D CGI animated television series produced by Lucasfilm Animation. The series follows a motley group of rebels conducting covert operations to thwart the sinister Galactic Empire. Only characters appearing over multiple seasons appear in this list. Ezra Bridger is a 15-year-old human street urchin and con-artist with Force abilities. Kanan Jarrus is one of the last surviving Jedi of the fallen Republic whose real name is Caleb Dume. The comic Star Wars: Kanan explores how the human Jedi student of Padawan Master Depa Billaba made the clone troopers betray and kill the Jedi Order’s Master, including Kanan. During the Dark Times, Kanan is forced to take the identity of Kanan instead of his real name, in order to hide his Jedi heritage to survive, as explored in the book Star Wars New Dawn: A New Dawn, which also explains how he met Hera Syndulla a few years before the events of the series. The character of Ezra is based on a real-life teenage boy who was born on the same day as Palpatine inaugurated the Galactic Empire, and whose parents were killed in a prison revolt. The main motivation of the third season is to find the key to destroying the Sith Lord, who he interprets as the exiled Jedi Master Obi-Wan Kenobi. In the season 3 finale, by taking command of a squad during the battle against Grand Admiral Thrawn’s fleet, it shows that at this point, Ezra’s status as Lieutenant Commander has been fully restored.
He is promoted to the rank of Lieutenant Commander of the Phoenix Squadron, and also assumes field leadership of the Ghost crew, due to Kanan’s blindness preventing him from continuing the role. Ezra becomes somewhat lost after the death of his master Kanan, but begins to understand his final lessons after he penetrates the Jedi Temple in \”A World Between Worlds\”. His connection to the Force-sensitive creatures of Lothal increases, and in the penultimate episode he summons both the Loth-Wolves and the Purrgil to defeat Thrawn, Pryce, and the Imperial forces on Lothal. He uses the Force to create a protecting air pocket for himself and Thrawn on the Star Destroyer, and deliberately and selflessly allows himself to be taken away with Thrawn by thePurrgil. On his character, Gray stated: “He’s a pickpocket, he’s a little thief, But he’s doing it all because he needs to survive””. Executive producer Greg Weisman said: “We see this whole series very much through Ezra’s eyes. As his eyes get opened to what the Empire’s capable of, his eyes are opened to the fact that there are people who care, who are trying to fight the good fight, and he becomes one of them.’” The episode “Legacy” reveals that Kanan entered the Jedi order before Ezra got to know his parents.