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The Grand Inquisitor , commonly known simply as the Inquisitor , was the name adopted by a Pau'an male Jedi Knight who turned to the dark side of the Force and became the leader of the Inquisitorius , a band of Jedi hunters who served the Galactic Empire.
The Grand Inquisitor was once a Jedi Temple Guard and was involved in the events surrounding the bombing of the Jedi Temple during the Clone Wars , arresting the innocent and later exonerated Padawan Ahsoka Tano as well as the true culprit, Barriss Offee.
After his fall to the dark side, the Grand Inquisitor was responsible for hunting down and eliminating Jedi during the Jedi Purge. He personally served the Sith Lord Darth Vader , from whom he received his orders, and was intimately familiar with the records of the Jedi Temple.
He encountered these two Jedi on a number of occasions, including a Duel on Stygeon Prime and a duel on the asteroid base Fort Anaxes.
After the Grand Inquisitor and the government of Lothal , from which the rebels operated, were consistently unable to eliminate the rebels, Grand Moff Wilhuff Tarkin arrived on Lothal to hunt for the rebels.
Together, they captured Jarrus and hoped to use him to learn more about a larger rebel movement that was operating in the galaxy. They brought Jarrus to Mustafar , where the rebels mounted a rescue mission in orbit.
During the operation, the Grand Inquisitor engaged Jarrus and Bridger in lightsaber combat , and Jarrus eventually bested him. Rather than face the infamous wrath of Darth Vader for his repeated failures, the Grand Inquisitor chose to fall to his death.
In the vision, this Sentinel warned Jarrus that Bridger could fall to the dark side, and the two engaged in a lightsaber duel.
After Jarrus refused to fight any further, the Sentinel knighted Jarrus and told him he was a Jedi Knight as the Grand Inquisitor once was.
The Pau'an male who would one day become the Grand Inquisitor hailed from the planet Utapau ,  where he was born over fifteen years prior to the Invasion of Naboo.
Tano fled into the Coruscant underworld , away from the Grand Army of the Republic forces that pursued her, but she was eventually captured and brought to the Jedi Temple.
She was brought before the Jedi Council, who stripped her of her Padawan status and expelled her from the Jedi Order. Tano was exonerated, but she refused to rejoin the Jedi Order  and chose to seek a new path.
The events with Offee and Tano left the future Grand Inquisitor feeling disaffected, and he lost faith in the Jedi Order. This left him susceptible to the pull of the dark side of the Force , and ultimately, at some point, he did fall to the dark side.
The Inquisitor came into the service of the Empire and the Sith , though he was not a Sith himself. He and Vader then fought each other until Vader damaged his lightsaber.
The fight was then stopped by the Emperor, who explained to Lord Vader who the Inquisitor and the Inquisitorius were.
Vader then tasked the Inquisitor with hunting down and eliminating any Jedi who had survived Order 66 ,  the order given to the clone troopers of the Grand Army of the Republic to destroy the Jedi Order.
A hologram of Luminara Unduli, taken as she looked up at the Inquisitor in the moments before her death. After the execution of Order 66, Unduli was captured and held in the Spire ,  a former Separatist  -turned-Imperial prison on Stygeon Prime.
The Inquisitor kept her remains in the prison cell, using them to lure other Jedi to their deaths when they heard rumors that Unduli was still alive.
A holographic recording of Unduli and her execution was kept by the Empire as part of this ruse. At some point, he became the Grand Inquisitor and led the Inquisitorius.
Though he wanted to hunt down the supposed Jedi himself, his talents were needed elsewhere and the task instead went to the Sixth Brother, who then went to Raada to lay a trap for the Force-sensitive.
Meanwhile, the Grand Inquisitor was alerted to the situation and traveled to the moon with a fleet of Star Destroyers to provide backup, but by the time they arrived, the insurgents were gone.
The Grand Inquisitor personally examined the damage done by the battle and discovered the burnt corpse of the Sixth Brother. Though annoyed by the incompetence and recklessness of his subordinate, the Grand Inquisitor was impressed by what the Jedi had done.
He then went back to his ship and instructed his agents to set a course back to base and to inform Darth Vader that they had found evidence of another survivor—who was in fact Ahsoka Tano, Anakin Skywalker's former Padawan.
In the years prior to the Battle of Yavin , the Grand Inquisitor was contacted by Darth Vader, who told the Jedi hunter that the Emperor had foreseen a new threat rising to challenge his rule: Vader ordered the Inquisitor to hunt these individuals down and either make them serve the Empire or destroy them, along with any Jedi survivors who could train them.
With the orders of the Emperor given, the Inquisitor told Vader that it would be done. One method that the Inquisitor used to find Force-sensitive individuals was to look for cadets at the Academy for Young Imperials on Lothal who met a set of criteria, one that indicated their ability to use the Force,  an operation known as Project Harvester.
One known target of Project Harvester was Dhara Leonis , a promising cadet and the daughter of Imperial agricultural scientists. The Imperial authorities attempted to cover up her kidnapping by claiming that she had run away from the Academy.
To ascertain his sister's fate, Zare enrolled at the Academy the following year. Some time later, fourteen years after the rise of the Empire, a group of rebels who operated on Lothal came to the attention of Agent Kallus of the Imperial Security Bureau.
The rebels rescued a group of Wookiees that had been enslaved in the spice mines of Kessel , a mission in which the rebel leader, Kanan Jarrus , used a lightsaber and revealed himself as a Jedi survivor.
After the rebels escaped, Kallus contacted the Inquisitor and informed him about what happened on Kessel. The Inquisitor was pleased that Kallus informed him of the rebel cell and the Jedi in its ranks.
The Empire was able to project an image suggesting that she was alive, and this information was then reported by Gall Trayvis , a former member of the Imperial Senate who claimed to have gone into exile after speaking out against the Empire  —in reality, Trayvis was a loyal agent of the Empire, one who used his position to lure rebel groups into traps around the galaxy.
Once in the prison, the rebels fought their way through stormtroopers who were stationed there. Jarrus and Bridger made it to the detention area, and Jarrus believed he could sense the Jedi Master—though in actuality, it was the power from her bones.
They entered the cell and saw a projected image of Unduli, which faded into a sarcophagus that revealed the remains of the Jedi Master.
The Grand Inquisitor entered the cell, his lightsaber ignited, and approached the two Jedi, revealing that Luminara had been dead for many years.
Jarrus attacked the Inquisitor and the two engaged in lightsaber combat. The Inquisitor was able to correctly deduce that Jarrus had been trained by Jedi Master Depa Billaba , as she had been a teacher of Form III lightsaber combat in close quarter fighting, which Jarrus employed extensively.
The two continued their duel within the cell until Bridger set off a small detonator that allowed him and Jarrus to flee. Though they had escaped the cell, the Grand Inquisitor pursued them and continued his fight with Jarrus in the halls of the prison.
He soon pushed Jarrus away through the Force and, per Vader's command, attempted to convert Bridger to the dark side.
The boy refused, however, and the Inquisitor prepared to strike him down, but Jarrus used the Force to pin the Inquisitor to the ceiling, giving the two Jedi a chance to flee.
The Grand Inquisitor followed them and chased them through the prison, before they met back up with their fellow rebels.
Separated by a number of closed doors, the Inquisitor sliced through them with his lightsaber and arrived in time to see the rebels beginning to escape.
He made one last attempt to stop them by throwing his lightsaber towards them, but Jarrus deflected it and the rebels escaped aboard the Phantom , the attack shuttle that belonged to their main ship, the Ghost.
After his failure to stop the rebels on Stygeon Prime, the Inquisitor was contacted by Commandant Cumberlayne Aresko , the lead officer at the Imperial Academy on Lothal, who informed him of two students who potentially met his criteria for Force-sensitivity.
He learned that these cadets were Dev Morgan—who, unknown to the Academy, was Bridger in disguise, who infiltrated the Academy to learn the location of a giant kyber crystal of great power—and Jai Kell.
Having learned this information, the Inquisitor, speaking via hologram, told Aresko that he would arrive at the Imperial Academy the next day.
Bridger overheard the conversation, and he and Kell escaped the Academy with another cadet, Zare Leonis, who suspected that the Inquisitor was behind the disappearance of his sister, Dhara Leonis; Dhara was the star cadet at the Academy before her disappearance, which the Empire claimed was a result of her running away from the Academy.
The Jedi hunter was shown the datafiles on the two cadets and recognized "Dev Morgan" as Bridger from their encounter on Stygeon Prime.
The Inquisitor informed Aresko that the incident was a black mark on the Academy's record, though he did have hope of learning more about the rebels, as Leonis was also present in the meeting.
During the escape, Leonis had opted to stay behind so he could find out what happened to his sister, and pretended to try to stop Bridger and Kell upon their escape.
The Inquisitor spoke to Leonis and told the cadet to tell him everything he knew about Bridger and Kell. During his private chat with Leonis, the Inquisitor led the young cadet to an interrogation room.
Once inside, the Inquisitor asked Leonis everything he knew about Morgan while trying to probe the cadet's thoughts. While hiding his collaboration with Morgan, Leonis pretended to support the Inquisitor's assessment that something was not right about Morgan.
When the Inquisitor told Leonis that that Morgan was a pseudonym, Zare pretended to be a "perfect cadet" and asked whether the victories in his assessments would be vacated.
The Inquisitor merely replied that he should ask Commandant Aresko. Zare then attempted to convince the Inquisitor that he was Force-sensitive like his missing sister Dhara.
He claimed that he could somehow sense that there was something wrong with Dev and Jai and that they were hiding something. The Inquisitor quickly deduced that Leonis was Dhara's younger brother.
While the Inquisitor was fully aware that Dhara had been abducted and forcibly inducted into Project Harvester, he repeated the official Imperial account that Dhara had merely run away.
When Zare claimed that he and his sister could always sense each others' presence, the Inquisitor merely told the young cadet that it made sense and that in time he would understand why.
The Inquisitor and his Imperial forces arrived in a village on the planet Vyndal in search of Jarrus after he had been seen close by.
The Inquisitor and his forces were greeted by the protector of the village, Yeleb who lied to the Inquisitor that he had not seen Jarrus in their village, however, the Inquisitor could see through the protectors' lies and when Yeleb ordered the Imperials to leave, the Pau'an ordered his stormtroopers to destroy the village.
This is when Jarrus revealed himself to the Inquisitor and attacked him. Yeleb would soon join the combat as well, wielding his own green-bladed lightsaber, leading the Inquisitor to assume that Yeleb was a Jedi too, although, in actual fact, a few years earlier Yeleb had taken the lightsaber from a crashed Eta-2 Actis -class light interceptor with a dead Jedi pilot inside.
Using the Force, the Inquisitor pushed Jarrus out of combat, allowing him to focus on Yeleb and slash the man across the chest with his blade.
After Yeleb collapsed onto the floor, the Inquisitor took Yeleb's lightsaber and Jarrus fled from the Inquisitor to draw him away from the wounded human.
The Pau'an along with his stormtroopers gave chase, and Jarrus was able to trick the Imperials into thinking he had fled Vyndal on one of their cruisers , causing them to chase after it and leave the planet in the other.
After the Imperials left the planet, Yeleb died of his injuries and Jarrus ended up leaving the planet and returning to the rebels, leaving the people of Vyndal with hope that without himself and the lightsaber on the planet, the Empire would not return, and even if they did, the people were able to protect themselves.
He was able to plant an XX S-thread tracker on their ship moments before they jumped to hyperspace. Realizing they were being tracked, Jarrus and Bridger boarded the Phantom and ejected from the Ghost , flying it to Fort Anaxes.
The Inquisitor took a squad of troops with him aboard a Sentinel -class landing craft to confront the two Jedi. As the Inquisitor and his troopers entered the base, they spotted Jarrus and Bridger along with a multitude of fyrnocks.
The two Jedi used the Force to command the fyrnocks to attack the stormtroopers. Jarrus fought the Inquisitor once more, but he was easily overwhelmed and knocked out.
Cornering Bridger, the Inquisitor told him to give into the dark side, and that his friends would die and that everything he fought for would be lost.
Bridger briefly succumbed to the dark side and summoned a giant fyrnock to attack the Inquisitor. Jarrus reawakened, grabbing Bridger and reclaiming his lightsaber.
After driving off the mother fyrnock, the Inquisitor attempted to halt their escape, but they managed to board their ship, the Phantom , and destroy the Imperial landing craft.
Accepting his failure, the Inquisitor simply stated that his Master would not be pleased. Following the Lothal rebels' attack on the Empire Day celebrations, the Grand Inquisitor returned to Lothal to deal with another unfinished business: Dhara Leonis' younger brother Zare Leonis.
While Zare was a promising cadet at the Academy for Young Imperials who had earned the glowing praise of his instructors, the Inquisitor suspected that Leonis was connected to Ezra Bridger and the other Lothal rebels.
A perfect opportunity to make his move against Zare surfaced when the young cadet took action against an unscrupulous fellow cadet named Nazhros Oleg , who had attempted to shield his smuggler uncles from Imperial justice.
Under the pretext of rewarding Leonis, the Inquisitor arranged for the cadet to be transferred to the Arkanis Academy , which was connected to Project Harvester.
There, he hoped to create the circumstances that would expose Leonis as a traitor to the Empire. In addition, the Inquisitor wanted to ascertain whether Zare was actually Force-sensitive as he had claimed earlier.
Following Leonis' raid on a group of smugglers, the Inquisitor and Captain Piers Roddance summoned Zare for a private meeting. When Leonis suggested that Oleg was genuinely unaware that his uncles were involved in smuggling and suggested showing the delinquent some compassion, the Inquisitor replied that compassion was the most insidious business.
After ordering Captain Roddance to leave the room, the Inquisitor told Leonis that he had arranged for the cadet to be transferred to the Arkanis Academy as a "reward" for his loyalty to the Empire.
Throughout the meeting, the Inquisitor made every effort to probe Leonis' thoughts. Pretending to be a "model" cadet, Leonis expressed gratitude at the opportunity to serve the Empire.
Sensing Leonis' true motivations for joining the Imperial Academy, the Inquisitor patronized Leonis by asking "who could doubt the commitment of such a promising young cadet.
Prior to Leonis' departure, the Inquisitor told the cadet that he looked forward to his training on Arknanis and "assured" the Cadet that his service to the Empire would be more important than he had hoped for.
While Leonis was uncertain whether the Inquisitor knew his true agenda, his girlfriend Merei Spanjaf uncovered Imperial documents which confirmed that the Inquisitor had intended to use the Arkanis transfer to break the young cadet.
Later, the Inquisitor visited the Arkanis Academy and landed at Area Null , a secluded tower in the Academy that hosted several top-secret Imperial projects including Project Harvester and Project Unity , the latter a program for re-educating former dissident youths.
After dining with Commandant Brendol Hux and the cadets in the Academy's banquet hall, the Inquisitor summoned Cadet Leonis for a private meeting at the Commandant's balcony.
There, the Inquisitor asked Leonis why he had tried to enter Area Null even though it was off-limits to Cadets.
Leonis claimed that he thought that a fellow cadet was in trouble but the Inquisitor quickly realized that he was lying. He then gave Leonis a second chance to answer his question.
Leonis claimed that he had sensed that there was something in that tower that he was meant to find. The Inquisitor then asked if Morgan had told him about the tower on Lothal or something called Project Harvester.
In response, Leonis feigned ignorance but the Inquisitor could see that he was trying to hide something. Before the Inquisitor could carry on with the interrogation, the Commandant's droid DDM arrived and informed him that he had received a priority encrypted message from Lothal.
Before leaving, the Inquisitor warned Leonis that he would soon have Morgan and his companions. He also vowed to get to the truth behind Leonis' connection to Morgan.
Unknown to the Inquisitor and Leonis, this was to be their last meeting due to unexpected developments. Jarrus escaped, but Sloane remained on Lahn when she was confronted by the Inquisitor—who wanted to know everything she knew about Jarrus.
Having had his first experience with the dark side on Fort Anaxes, Bridger ventured to the Jedi Temple on Lothal with Jarrus, who wanted to make sure that his Padawan could actually become a Jedi.
Once inside the temple Bridger encountered visions of the Grand Inquisitor killing his friends, whom he had come to regard as his family.
The Inquisitor first dueled and killed Jarrus in the vision, before entering the Ghost and killing the crew inside. Soon thereafter, the vision of the Grand Inquisitor moved to kill Bridger himself.
Bridger realized, however, that he was not afraid of dying. Rather, he was afraid of losing those he cared about and being abandoned like he was when he lost his parents at a young age—a fear represented through the threat of the Inquisitor.
Once Bridger realized what his fear was, the vision of the Grand Inquisitor disappeared. Reports of the rebel activities had reached the highest levels of the Imperial government and worries had begun to emerge as Lothal's industries were vital for the Empire's expansion into the Outer Rim.
Immediately upon arriving, Tarkin berated Minister Maketh Tua and Agent Kallus for their inability to stop the rebellion.
He also dismissed the rumors that a Jedi was leading the rebels, claiming that all the Jedi had died during the Purge and that he knew because he had witnessed it.
Later that day, Tarkin summoned Commandant Cumberlayne Aresko and Taskmaster Myles Grint who had been pursuing the rebels for some time and who had failed at every turn.
After a brief conversation during which he revealed that other rebel cells were active in the Empire and that the rumors of a Jedi leading a rebellion could spark hope and encourage unity, Tarkin informed the assembled dignitaries that there would be consequences for failure henceforth.
Upon these words, the Inquisitor activated his lightsaber directly behind Aresko and Grint and triggered the spinning feature, decapitating the two officers as a horrified Tua and Kallus watched on.
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