Kanan Jarrus Has The Most Tragic (& Greatest) Jedi Death In Star Wars

  • Kanan's death was a tragic but impactful moment in Star Wars Rebels, showcasing his selfless love and sacrifice for his family and crew.
  • Kanan's blindness strengthened his connection to the Force, allowing him to see Hera one last time before sacrificing his life.
  • Kanan's death had a profound emotional impact on the characters in Star Wars Rebels, influencing their actions and demonstrating the lasting legacy of his Jedi ideals.
Jedi Knight Kanan Jerrus had the most tragic death of all Jedi in Star Wars Rebels, but it was also the greatest. Alongside Ahsoka Tano, Hera Syndulla, Ezra Bridger, and Sabine Wren, Kanan was a member of a small rebel faction who lived on the Ghost. Kanan had an outstanding influence on the members of his team both as a friend and a mentor, and his death left a lasting impact on each of them.
Kanan had originally disconnected from the Force after surviving Order 66, but his relationship with the Force had been rekindled after he took Ezra Bridger as his Padawan. Kanan seemed to be becoming a father-figure for Ezra and, by extension, Sabine Wren. Sadly, that wasn't to be the case. After an almost-successful mission to rescue Hera, Kanan tragically died saving the lives of his crew.
Kanan Died For The Sake Of His Family - Especially Hera Grand Admiral Thrawn, one of the Empire's greatest tacticians, had been a recurring villain in Star Wars Rebels. He successfully captured Hera Syndulla, leader of the rebel cell, and Kanan had a brief moment of success and joy - with Hera admitting her love for him at last. The Empire then launched a devastating attack, destroying a fuel tower to stop the escape by killing the rebels. Immediately, Kanan used the Force to separate the flames from his friends, fully understanding that it would mean he had no escape himself.
A rebel as well as a Jedi Knight, Kanan was no stranger to sacrifice and chivalry, but his willingness to risk everything for the safety of those he loved embodied everything the Jedi stood for. It is ironic, though, that the Jedi Code would have discouraged the relationship between Hera and Kanan, failing to understand the value of selfless love. As Anakin Skywalker interpreted, “Compassion, which I would define as unconditional love, is essential to a Jedi's life. So you might say, that we are encouraged to love.” Kanan proved just how powerful love can really make a Jedi.


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