|“||You have no idea what you have unleashed here today. There are some things far more frightening than death!||„|
|~ The Inquisitor|
|“||My master will not be happy of that.||„|
|~ The Inquistor after the heroes are escaping|
The Grand Inquisitor is the main antagonist of the first season of the television series Star Wars: Rebels. Five years before the first Star Wars movie, A New Hope, The Inquisitor was tasked with the job to seek out and assassinate any remaining Jedi in the galaxy. The one who gave him such a task is none other than the Supreme Imperial Commander Darth Vader, who takes his role of the primary antagonist after he died in battle. He is voiced by Jason Isaacs, who also portrayed Lucius Malfoy and Captain Hook.
The nameless Grand Inquisitor, as aforementioned, serves for the Galactic Empire, specifically its second most powerful entity, Darth Vader. Despite not being a Sith in general, the Grand Inquisitor knows a lot about the Force and has practiced on the dark side. He was tasked by Vader to execute any surviving Jedi he discovered with an endless army of Stormtroopers under his command on the orders of Vader's master Emperor Palpatine. The Grand Inquisitor is also tasked on finding younglings around the galaxy who are strong with the Force so that they will not become Jedi. During the series, he became bent on killing Kanan Janus (a Jedi Padawan) and his turning his apprentice Ezra Bridger (the protagonist of the series) to the dark side.
The Pau'an male known as the Grand Inquisitor hailed from the planet Utapau, where he born over fifteen years prior to the Invasion of Naboo. After Darth Sidious, publicly known as Supreme Chancellor Palpatine, transformed the Galactic Republic into the Galactic Empire and declared himself Emperor, the Grand Inquisitor came into the service of the Empire and the Sith. Though not a Sith himself, the Inquisitor was tasked with hunting down and eliminating any Jedi who had survived Order 66, the order given to the Grand Army of the Republic by Darth Sidious to destroy the Jedi Order. To accomplish this task, the Grand Inquisitor was trained in the ways of the dark side of the Force and studied the records of the Jedi Temple in order to defeat his enemies.
At one point, the Grand Inquisitor spoke via hologram with Darth Vader, the Dark Lord of the Sith, who told the Jedi hunter that the Emperor had foreseen a new threat rising against him. Vader told him that the threat was the "children of the Force" and that they could not be allowed to become Jedi. The Dark Lord ordered the Grand Inquisitor to hunt them down and either make them join the Empire or destroy them, along with any Jedi survivors who could train them—as these were the orders of the Emperor. With the order given, the Grand 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 Imperial Academy on Lothal who met a set of criteria, one that indicated their ability to use the Force.
Powers and Stats
Name: The Grand Inquistor, real name is unknown
Origin: Star Wars
Age: 43 years old (he was born 15 years before the Battle of Naboo and the show happens 4 years before A New Hope)
Classification: Pau'an, Grand Inquisitor of the Galactic Empire, Former Jedi Knight and Jedi Temple Guard
Powers and Abilities: Superhuman Physical Characteristics, Enhanced Senses, Various lightsaber combat skills, Skilled Swordsman, Skilled Unarmed Combatant, Precognition, Telekinesis, Telepathy, Mind Manipulation, Psychometry (Rey demonstrated such a power without any training, the Grand Inquisitor should be able to replicate), Energy Manipulation (Can reflect, redirect, and absorb energy attacks thrown at him)
Attack Potency: Town level (Word of God states that he's only slightly weaker than Asajj Ventress, placing him as a peer to Clone Wars Ahsoka Tano. As a fully fledged Jedi Knight and Temple Guard, shouldn't be much weaker than the likes of Barriss Offee, whose power is such that Ahsoka believed her to be the genuine thing when she was impersonating Ventress. Also more powerful than Season 1 and 2 of Rebels Kanan Jarrus). Can cut characters/armours with durability similar to General Grievous and the AT-AT walker with his lightsaber
Speed: Subsonic running speeds with Force Speed, Hypersonic combat speeds with Massively Hypersonic reactions augmented by precognition (Word of God states that he's only slightly weaker than Asajj Ventress plus there is the fact that he was a fully fledged Knight of the Jedi Order before his fall to the Dark Side. This places him as a peer to Clone Wars era Ahsoka Tano, who can fight defensive battles against Asajj Ventress and General Grievous. He should therefore be capable of such speeds. Is also superior to the likes of the Eighth Brother who has deflected starfighter cannon fire)
Lifting Strength: Peak Human naturally; can be augmented to Superhuman levels thanks to Force amplification
Striking Strength: Town Class with Force amplification (Superior to the Seventh Sister, who is able to trade blows with Rebels Ahsoka Tano. Is a peer of Clone Wars Ahsoka Tano, who can trade blows with Asajj Ventress and General Grievous)
Durability: Street level naturally. Town level with Force amplification (Has taken telekinetic assaults from Kanan Jarrus. Shouldn't be much less durable than the likes of Clone Wars era Ahsoka Tano)
Standard Equipment: His double-bladed spinning lightsaber
Intelligence: Very high. Highly skilled and experienced combatant. Is capable of effectively hunting and trapping Jedi. Expert strategist & tactician. Was personally trained by Darth Vader. Has gone through the records of the Jedi Archives and analyzed the styles of various Masters and can recognize an opponent's fighting style in seconds and even who trained them.
Weaknesses: The knuckle bow of his specialized lightsaber is a potential target for lightsaber wielding foes and a well placed hit can cripple the weapon.
- Telekinesis: The Grand Inquisitor can use this through the Force to put his mind literally over matter, capable of blasting opponents, shielding himself or disarming people, its limits are only those of the creativity that Force User has. The Grand Inquisitor has demonstrated considerable prowess with the power, proving capable of pinning Kanan Jarrus against a wall, and incapacitating him through usage of the Force.
- Telepathy: Can easily manipulate others mentally with the Force to trick, deceive, maim, or even kill outright. The Grand Inquisitor attempted to use this unsuccessfully against Kanan Jarrus.
- Tutaminis: Through the Force, The Grand Inquisitor can draw potentially harmful energy into his body and diffuse it or channel it away completely. The Grand Inquisitor demonstrated this ability by completely negating a telekinetic attack from Ezra Bridger.
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