Cal Kestis, a Force-sensitive human male, was a former Padawan who survived the Clone Wars as well as the fall of the Jedi Order. During the reign of the Galactic Empire, Kestis sought to avoid the purge that killed most of his fellow Jedi by creating a new life for himself on the planet Bracca, working as a rigger with the Scrapper Guild.
Despite his efforts to remain hidden, Kestis' connection to the Force was discovered by the Empire, forcing him to flee from a group of Jedi hunters with his droid BD-1. Despite becoming a target of the Inquisitorius' Second Sister, who was supported by stormtroopers and a contingent of elite Purge Troopers, Kestis embarked on a journey to complete his Jedi training and rebuild the order he once served. During his fight against the Empire, Kestis worked with the Partisans', led by Saw Gerrera, and also found a mentor in the former Jedi Knight Cere Junda.
Personality and traitsEdit
A human male, Cal Kestis served the Jedi Order as a Padawan before Order 66 was ensued. After the fall of the Jedi, Kestis went to serve the Scrapper Guild as a rigger, a physically demanding and dangerous job. However, Cal was regarded for a focused work ethic and sense of humility he generally kept for himself, yet he was quiet and hard-working.
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Behind the scenesEdit
Cal Kestis will be the protagonist of the upcoming Star Wars video game Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, scheduled to be released on November 15, 2019. He will be portrayed by Cameron Monaghan. Before settling on Kestis, the game developers thought about having either an alien or female protagonist, but Kestis was ultimately used because they didn't want to "alienate" the player nor have a female protagonist competing with Rey, the sequel trilogy's protagonist.
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- The Art of Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order
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Notes and referencesEdit
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- ↑ Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order. Electronic Arts. Retrieved on June 9, 2018.
- ↑ EA Games/Jade Raymond. The Future of EA Star Wars Games. Retrieved on June 13, 2016.
- ↑ Vader, Leo (July 3, 2019). Answering Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order's Lingering Questions. Game Informer. Retrieved on July 5, 2019.