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Sephjet Josall was a male Human Jedi Knight serving the Jedi Order and the Galactic Republic during the last days of the Republic Classic era.

Biography[]

Discovered to be Force-sensitive during infancy, Sephjet Josall was taken to the Coruscant Jedi Temple for training in the ways of the Force. Eventually graduating from the Temple's academy, Josall was selected to be a Padawan by a Jedi Master. After years of study, and having constructed a blue-bladed lightsaber, Josall went on to pass his Trials of Knighthood and was given the rank of Jedi Knight[3] by the Jedi High Council.

Josall's secondary lightsaber

In 22 BBY, Jedi Josall was stationed at the Temple when Master of the Order Mace Windu rallied all available Jedi to join a strike team to free the captured Jedi Obi-Wan Kenobi and Anakin Skywalker, as well as Senator of Naboo, Padmé Amidala from execution by the Confederacy of Independent Systems. Arriving on the dusty plains of the foundry world, Jedi Josall aided in storming the Petranaki arena with about 200 comrades in order to free the prisoners. Armed with an extra lightsaber, Josall was assigned to pass it to one of the captured Jedi with the help of Nicanas Tassu. Rushing the arena floor, Josall and Tassu were able to pass on their spare weapons swiftly,[1]

Behind the scenes[]

Sephjet Josall in action figure form.

Sephjet Josall is played by Joseph Jett Sally, a film editor of the Prequel trilogy, being considered a cameo appearance.[source?] An action figure of Josall was released by Hasbro in 2013, along with the likes of fellow Jedi Sarrissa Jeng, Roan Shryne, Khaat Qyin, Que-Mars Redath-Gom, and Selig Kenjenn.

Although his death in the Battle of Geonosis was not officially confirmed, Holocron Keeper Leland Chee listed him among Jedi who fought in the Battle who fates were unknown but likely dead in a 2005 Star Wars: Blogs post.[4]

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