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Eeth Koth sat on the Jedi High Council when Qui-Gon Jinn asked to train the boy - Anakin Skywalker. He continued during the Separatist Crisis, starting by fighting at the Battle of Geonosis. Thought to be dead, he returned to active duty as a general during the early stages of the Clone Wars.
Koth continued to serve on the Council during the war, until around 19 BBY.
Koth was kicked off the Jedi Council and left the order, getting replaced by fellow Zabrak Agen Kolar. He married Mira and became part of the Church of the Ganthic Enlightenment. He was still alive after Order 66 and was hunted down by Darth Vader and his Inquisitorius. He tried to bargain his way out of death by claiming he no longer was a threat and was no longer a Jedi but Vader forced him into lightsaber combat. Koth was killed to Darth Vader's hand, his Inquisitors capturing Koth's baby.
Koth had a lightsaber with a green focusing crystal powering it.
Behind the ScenesEdit
The character of Agen Kolar was originally ment to be Koth but since he looked too different, another character was created much like that of Stass Allie/Adi Gallia and Sar Labooda/Depa Billaba. Saesee Tiin and Ki-Adi Mundi had different actors in the different movies as well but they looked enough alike to stay the same characters.
As previously seen in the Movie, Eeth Koth was presumed dead until director Dave Filoni contacted George Lucas and he was ressurected for Star Wars: The Clone Wars. Koth was originally supposed to die at the hands of General Grievous but Filoni didn't like that and decided for him to live with the Grievous capturing him and torturing him.
- Star Wars: Episode I The Phantom Menace (First appearance)
- Star Wars: Episode II Attack of the Clones
- Grievous Intrigue
- The Deserter (Appears in flashback(s))
- "Intermission, Part II"—Star Wars Adventures 13
- Overlords (Appears as a hologram in a flashback)
- Crisis on Naboo
- A War on Two Fronts
- The Jedi Who Knew Too Much
- To Catch a Jedi
- The Wrong Jedi
- The Disappeared
- The Lost One
- Destiny (Vision to Yoda)
- The Big Bang
- Darth Vader: Dark Lord of the Sith 19: Fortress Vader, Part I
- Darth Vader: Dark Lord of the Sith 20: Fortress Vader, Part II (Mentioned only)