Died: 9 ABY, Wayland
Joruus C’baoth, an insane clone later created from the Jedi Master’s DNA. In 9 ABY it was discovered that a clone of C’baoth, Joruus C’baoth , had been living on the world of …
Joruus C’baoth was a Dark Jedi and the insane clone of the long-deceased Jedi Master Jorus C’baoth. He was created by Palpatine to serve as the Guardian of …
Alias: Master (by Luke)
Joruus C’baoth (pronounced /dʒo’ɹus sə’beoθ/) was an insane Dark Jedi who played a pivotal role in the Thrawn campaign. A clone of the Jedi Master Jorus C’baoth, he was created by Palpatine, and
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Joruus C’baoth (pronounced [dʒo’ɹus sə’beoθ]) was an insane Dark Jedi who played a pivotal role in the Thrawn campaign. A clone of the Jedi Master Jorus C’baoth , he was created by Palpatine , and used as the Guardian of the Imperial storehouse at Mount Tantiss on Wayland .
Species: Human (clone)
C’baoth unleashes a blast of lightning that splits a damaged catwalk apart: Mara winced in sympathetic pain as Solo was thrown backwards into the guardrail at the front of the hologram pit.
Joruus C’Baoth is an evil clone of respected Old Republic jedi, Jorus C’Baoth, created by Emperor Palpatine. One of the side effects of the cloning process was mental instability.
A clone of Luke Skywalker, created by Joruus C’baoth in the Thrawn Trilogy. Luuke was chosen by UGO Network’s Adam Rosenburg as the worst Star Wars Expanded Universe character, heavily criticising his name and calling him a “stupid clone”. Anakin Solo …
Jorus C’baoth was a male Human from the planet of Bortras who served in the Jedi Order during the final decades of the Republic Classic era. Like fellow Jedi Master Dooku, C’baoth was arrogantly sure of his own skills and talents, believed himself to be a peerless warrior and philosopher, and