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Coleman Trebor was a male Vurk Jedi Master who served as a member of the Jedi High Council prior to the Clone Wars. He was killed by Jango Fett while trying to engage Count Dooku during the First Battle of Geonosis.


A Vurk male born on his species' homeworld of Sembla,[1] Coleman Trebor became a Jedi and was the only known Vurk to do so.[5] As a member of the Jedi Order he built a green lightsaber,[3] and earned a seat on the Jedi High Council during the Separatist Crisis after the death of Jedi Master Yarael Poof.[1] In 22 BBY, he was present on the Council when an attempt on Senator Amidala's life was discussed. It was decided that Anakin Skywalker was to accompany Amidala to her home planet of Naboo, while Obi-Wan Kenobi investigated.[3]

Once the Council learned of the Separatist force on the planet Geonosis, Trebor joined the Jedi assault team led by Mace Windu and traveled to Geonosis to rescue Obi-Wan Kenobi from the Confederacy of Independent Systems. He fought in the Petranaki arena and confronted Count Dooku on a balcony. Trebor deflected two shots before he was shot two times in the chest and quickly killed by the bounty hunter Jango Fett, falling to his death on the arena floor.[3] After his death, Trebor was succeeded on the High Council by Master Kit Fisto.[6]

Powers and abilitiesEdit

A hulking Vurk, Trebor was revered for his mediation skills, and brought many difficult disputes to a harmonious end. Trebor was also an impressively proficient lightsaber user.[5]

Behind the scenesEdit

Coleman Trebor was a completely computer-generated character in the 2002 film Star Wars: Episode II Attack of the Clones, the second installment of the Star Wars prequel trilogy.[3] For scenes in the Jedi Council Chamber, stock footage from the 1999 film Star Wars: Episode I The Phantom Menace was reused, with Trebor digitally painted over Yarael Poof, who was replaced as George Lucas felt the audience would confuse him with the newly-introduced Kaminoans. Coleman Trebor's name was derived from that of Rob Coleman of Industrial Light & Magic. Coleman recalls that the character's name was suggested by Visual Effects Supervisor John Knoll.[7]



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