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"The piscine Jedi with the upside-down features looked fearsome!"
―An artist, in his journal[5]

Pablo-Jill was an Ongree[2] male Jedi Knight[3] that participated in the First Battle of Geonosis as a part of the Jedi assault team. Pablo-Jill fought alongside the Jedi to free Jedi Knights Obi-Wan Kenobi, and Anakin Skywalker, along with Senator Padmé Amidala from the Confederacy of Independent Systems.[2] Sometime during the Clone Wars, Pablo-Jill's lightsaber was stolen from floating debris by Separatist General Grievous following an intense duel over Duro in a satellite city that left Pablo-Jill injured.[6] Though encouraged by the Jedi Order to take a Padawan, Pablo-Jill never chose one.[3] Pablo-Jill wore Jedi robes and owned a blue-bladed lightsaber.[2]

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Pablo-Jill is named after a VFX Supervisor and Producer team at Industrial Light & Magic that worked on the 2002 film Star Wars: Episode II Attack of the Clones.[7] Pablo-Jill was one of few completely computer-generated characters in the Prequel trilogy. He was one of only three CGI Jedi in Star Wars: Episode II Attack of the Clones. Because of Pablo-Jill's awkward, bulky form and multi-jointed legs, it was decided that he would look best using computer animation.[8] There was originally some confusion between Pablo-Jill and the Ongree member of the Jedi Council seen in Revenge of the Sith, with early Set Diaries naming the other Ongree Pablo-Jill and later Sweitt Concorkill, though he was eventually named Coleman Kcaj. The character was originally meant to be Pablo-Jill, but because the Ongree in Episode III needed a more detailed CGI model, a new character was created.[9][10][11]

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