Lego Star Wars games have always been known for their vast diversity of different characters. These games have featured everything from Sith Lords to Clone Troopers and everything in-between! One of the most common types of characters you can play as are the valiant crusaders of the Jedi Order. In this article, we are going to be ranking the top 10 best Jedi in Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga!
We will be basing this list mostly on looks, going over everything we love about their designs. We’ll also provide help on how you can unlock these characters so you can play them for yourself.
Top 10 Best Jedi, Ranked From Good to Best
Without any more delays, let’s get right into this ranking!
Starting out our list, we have the Jedi knight known as Aayla Secura!
This is a fan-favorite Jedi who was first seen in Episode II: Attack of The Clones during the First Battle of Geonosis. She is a twi’lek and one of the few twi’lek Jedi in cannon. This makes her a very special character.
She features light blue skin with unique clothing that isn’t spotted on any other character in her class. She also sports a blue lightsaber, which is the most common one seen on screen. I was a little disappointed to learn that she does not carry a green lightsaber as she does in the 2005 Star Wars Battlefront game. According to cannon, she only uses a singular blue lightsaber.
As for how you can unlock her, it’s actually very easy and straightforward. First, you will need to head to outer space above Geonosis. You should find a challenge known as “Scramble Run: Geonosis.” Completing this challenge requires you to fly through checkpoints in a short amount of time. Once you get the gold ranking, you’ll unlock Aayla Secura! You can also get her using the cheat code: “KH7P320.”
Taking spot number nine on our ranking for the top 10 Jedi in Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga is Rey Skywalker! Say what you will about the sequel trilogy and the main character Rey, but you can’t deny this Minifigure has a great design (and a unique lightsaber to go along with it!).
This is a costume of Rey that features sleeveless white Jedi robes. These are my favorite robes in the game, as they look like something out of a kung-fu movie. The best part about this outfit is the lightsaber, however. It features a unique black hilt and a yellow glowing blade, the only one of its kind in the entire game!
To acquire this great-looking outfit, all you need to do is complete all of Episode IX: The Rise of Skywalker. She will be unlocked and ready to play after you complete the level “Be With Me.” Keep in mind that you will have to play through the previous episodes in the sequel trilogy in order to unlock Episode IX.
Now we have a personal favorite Jedi of mine. Taking spot number 8 on our ranking, it’s Jedi master Plo Koon. You may recognize this interesting-looking Jedi if you’ve seen the Clone Wars animated series (or paid close attention to the background characters in the prequel trilogy).
This Jedi Master is known for his compassion as well as his close relationship with Ahsoka Tano, making him a beloved character.
Plo Koon is a Kel Dor, a species of alien in the Star Wars universe that requires a special mask in order to breathe off of their homeworld. This mask is the most striking part of his design, and it translates well into Lego form. His torso and robes look excellent as well, despite not being not as unique as his head.
You can get your hands on Plo Koon by traveling to Geonosis and talking to a certain Geonosian. He will explain that he wants to be a scholar on Naboo, but the Separatists won’t let him leave. Simply escort him in your spaceship to Naboo, all the while fighting off waves of Vulture Droids in space. Once you arrive at Naboo Space, you can hand him over to another NPC and you’ll be rewarded with Plo Koon!
Next up at spot number 7, we have another Jedi Master by the name of Kit Fisto. This is a very popular Jedi who first made his appearance in Episode II – Attack of The Clones. He is beloved for his beautifully unique design, his pleasant Jamaican accent, and his charming smile. And he makes an appearance in Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga, making him one of the many unlockable characters.
Kit Fisto’s species is a Nautolan, an aquatic forum of life known for having tentacles where their hair should be as well as large black eyes. His unique design has always been very popular with fans, and it should be no surprise that he made our top 10 list.
He carries a green lightsaber. While this color isn’t special, it is definitely a nice change of pace to the usual blue lightsaber.
You can unlock Kit Fisto by playing through Episode II – Attack of The Clones. He will be made available for purchase once you complete the level Droid Factory Frenzy. He is one of the easiest characters to unlock in the game.
Anakin Skywalker (Episode III – Cape)
And now for one of the most iconic characters in all of Star Wars, taking spot number 6 is none other than Anakin Skywalker! More specifically, it’s Anakin Skywalker’s Episode III – Cape variant. This intimidating costume showcases Anakin right before his turn to the dark side, which to me makes it all the more special.
Anakin is a human, which you’d think would make him less special compared to some of the other creatures on this list. But his black Jedi robes and angsty look more than makeup for it. I am a big sucker for capes, and his voice lines with other characters are some of the best in the game.
You can unlock this costume of Anakin Skywalker by playing through Episode III of The Skywalker Saga. He is available to play once you finish the level Out for the Count, which requires you to fight through the Invisible Hand to rescue Chancellor Palpatine and defeat Count Dooku in combat.
Mace Windu (Cape)
For those of you who love the Jedi Master Mace Windu (or Samuel L. Jackson, the actor who plays him in the movies) you are definitely going to want to unlock this cape variant for him. Mace Windu is one of the coolest Jedi in Star Wars, and it would have been a crime against humanity if you couldn’t play as him in The Skywalker Saga.
This variant features his usual tan and white robes, but with a sleek brown cape to go along with it. This cape really makes the outfit, and I’m glad it is an option for you to wear.
The main reason why he is on this list, however, is for his iconic purple lightsaber! It is the only one of its kind in the game, and with purple being my favorite color, I just had to include it on this list.
This variant of Mace Windu can only be unlocked and played as if you play through Episode III. He is unlocked after you defeat General Grevious in the level “So Uncivilized.” He will unlock automatically once the level is finished and you return to free roam.
It might be surprising to see this next pick so high up on the list. It’s Barriss Offee, the Padawan learner of Master Luminara. You may recognize her from Star Wars: The Clone Wars animated series, where she quickly became one of my favorite characters. She appears in Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga as a playable character.
The main reason why I appreciate her design so much is her unique blue cape and hood. This is a really great-looking color that I haven’t seen on any other Jed (that I am aware of anyway). I also really love the voice acting for her, as well as the design of her face.
To unlock this character, you’ll have to jump through a few hoops first. You’ll need to complete three side quests which you can accept on the water world of Kamino. The final quest will see you working alongside Barriss to stop a woolamander clone rebellion on Kamino. After completing this last quest, she will become available.
Obi-Wan Kenobi (Episode II – Robe)
For spot number 3, we have everyone’s favorite Jedi Master, the charming Obi-Wan Kenobi! Or to be more exact, the Episode II – Robe variant of him. Obi-Wan is one of the oldest Star Wars characters there is, making his first appearance under the name Ben Kenobi in Episode IV – A New Hope. To this day he remains one of the most beloved characters.
This design of him features his tan Jedi robes but with a unique brown cloak surrounding it. This is unique as most Minifigures feature a brown cape instead of having their robes printed on their bodies. I love this particular hair and beard style of Obi-Wan, and personally, I think it looks better than what he has in Episode III.
This is an easy-to-unlock costume of Obi-Wan that you can acquire by playing through Episode II of the game. It will unlock for you once you finish the level “A Royal Threat” which happens to be the opening level for this Episode.
Luke Skywalker (Old – Ahch-To)
And now, the runner-up for the top 10 Jedi in Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga, it’s the legendary Luke Skywalker himself. This specific variant of him is technically classified under the Extra tab, not the Jedi one, but he’s still a Jedi for all intents and purposes.
While the writing for Luke could have been handled better in the movies, you can’t deny how great he looked in his Jedi robes!
The outfit is a pair of white and tan robes with a beautiful and very unique tan cape. The cape is the best part about this outfit. I love how it really makes him look like the Grandmaster of The New Jedi Order (even if his temple was burned to the ground). His hair also looks really great here as well, and the outfit comes with his iconic green lightsaber!
You can get this variant of Luke Skywalker by completing the mission “Jedi Training” which can be found and played through in Episode VIII – The Last Jedi. You can buy him for 100,000 studs.
Bringing home the gold medal for the best Jedi in all of the Skywalker Saga, it’s Ahsoka Tano. Ahsoka is one of the most beloved characters from the Prequal Era as well as all of Star Wars.
She started out as annoying and bratty in her debut in the Clone Wars movie, but after some much-needed character development, she became a classic and beloved character.
This specific design of her is from The Mandalorian Season 2. Because of this, is Ahsoka as a fully grown adult with a gray outfit as well as her duel white lightsabers from Star Wars: Rebels. The duel blades are the best part about this character. Not only is the color unique, but she feels very distinct and different to play as than some of the other Jedi on this list.
Unfortunately, you cannot acquire Ahsoka Tano in the base game. In order to get her, you must purchase the Mandalorian Season 2 Character Pack for $2.99. Once you purchase the DLC, she unlocks right away. You can select her from the character menu at any time!
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With that, our ranking of the top 10 Jedi in Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga has come to a close! Do you agree with our top picks? Let us know!
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