STAR WARS REBELS
During an ordinary HoloNet News brief, an underground transmission by exiled Senator Gall Trayvis interrupted the broadcast. Trayvis revealed that Jedi Master Luminara Unduli, long thought dead, was alive, and held in the Spire by the Empire. In response, a small group of Lothal rebels hatched a rescue mission and broke into the prison. They found, however, that Trayvis' information was wrong -- and part of a larger Imperial trap. Luminara was truly dead, and the Empire's Inquisitor was waiting to destroy the rebels' Jedi, Kanan, and his Padawan, Ezra. After an intense duel, Kanan and Ezra survived their encounter with the Imperial menace, and the rebel crew escaped the planet.
Stygeon Prime is a cold, mountainous world, and near desolate except for the massive tibidees that call it home. Located on Stygeon Prime is one of the galaxy's most fortified prisons: the Spire. During the Clone Wars, Darth Sidious imprisoned his former apprentice, Darth Maul, in the Spire, and the Empire later took control of the feared penitentiary.
A green-skinned Mirialan, Luminara Unduli served the Jedi Order during the final years of the Galactic Republic, and trained the capable Padawan Barriss Offee. A no-nonsense Jedi Master, Luminara fought in Clone Wars battles such as Geonosis and Kashyyyk, and was thought to have perished during Order 66. In reality, she’d been taken into Imperial custody and executed, with holographic transmissions of her captivity used as bait to capture fugitive Jedi.
Not much is known about the Empire’s Grand Inquisitor. A Pau’an male, he was tasked by Darth Vader to hunt down any surviving Jedi Knights. The Inquistor was an intimidating figure, dressed in all black and wielding a red, double-bladed lightsaber. After several encounters with Kanan Jarrus and his Padawan Ezra Bridger, the Inquisitor died in a lightsaber duel with Kanan – but warned the rogue Jedi that his victory had unleashed something terrible.
Not every Jedi perished in Order 66. Kanan Jarrus survived the Emperor’s purge, going underground for years and hiding the truth about who he really was. To keep his past a secret, Kanan carried a blaster -- an uncommon practice for a Jedi -- and used a lightsaber that had to be assembled. He was a leader among the Ghost crew, a small group of rebels looking to strike back against the Empire, and with the emergence of the Force-sensitive Ezra, once again embraced his identity as a Jedi Knight.
Growing up on his own during the age of the Empire, Ezra Bridger relied on his street smarts -- and subconscious Force abilities -- to survive. He became a con artist and small-time thief, doing what he needed to get by on his home planet Lothal. But this reality also hardened Ezra, who by the time he was 14 years old, had little trust for anyone. That would change with his introduction to the Ghost crew, a small band of rebels fighting back against the Empire. Ezra came to believe in their cause, and saw that he could help change the galaxy for the better. And with the help of Kanan Jarrus, he began to learn the ways of the Jedi.