- "Unity wins war, gentlemen."
- ―Shaak Ti
Shaak Ti was a Togruta Jedi Master and member of the Jedi High Council in the waning years of the Galactic Republic. During the Clone Wars, a galaxy-wide conflict between the Republic and the Confederacy of Independent Systems, Ti took part in the pivotal battles of Geonosis, Kamino, and Coruscant.
In addition to her role as a general for the Grand Army of the Republic, she personally oversaw the training and development of clone forces on Kamino. While in this role, she became entangled in a conspiracy surrounding the origins of the organic inhibitor chips placed in every clone, and the secrets being kept from the Jedi about them. During the Battle of Coruscant, Ti was sent to protect Supreme Chancellor Sheev Palpatine, but was knocked unconcious in a duel with Separatist General Grievous. As she meditated during the attack on the Jedi Temple, she was killed by Darth Vader, the fallen Jedi Anakin Skywalker.
Shaak Ti was born on the planet Shili in 59 BBY. She joined the Jedi Order, and at some point following the Battle of Naboo, gained a seat on the Jedi High Council, taking the place of Master Yaddle.
Road to warEdit
The Galactic Republic was in a state of turmoil during this time, as the Secessionist Movement, led by former Jedi Count Dooku, threatened the stability of the Republic. The Secessionist Movement led to debate over the creation of a military force to combat an impending war. After the attempted assassination of Naboo's senator Padmé Amidala, Ti and the other members of the Jedi Council assigned Jedi Knight Obi-Wan Kenobi to investigate the assassination attempts while his Padawan, Anakin Skywalker, protected the senator. Ti was present in the Jedi Archives when Kenobi was researching the planet Kamino. Upon arriving to Kamino, Kenobi learned that the deceased Jedi Master Sifo-Dyas had, years earlier, secretly ordered a clone army from the Kaminoans with the help of a man named Tyranus. Later, while following Amidala's would-be assassin, Kenobi was captured by Dooku on Geonosis. The Jedi Council was informed of his peril by Skywalker and Amidala, who unsuccessfully attempted to rescue Kenobi, leading to their capture.
The Clone WarsEdit
Battle of GeonosisEdit
Ti participated in the Battle of Geonosis, the conflict that sparked the Clone Wars between the Republic and the Separatist Alliance. As a participant, she was a member of the Jedi assault team assembled by fellow Jedi Council member Mace Windu to rescue Kenobi, Skywalker, and Amidala from being executed by the Separatists at Petranaki Arena on Geonosis. When Windu made the Jedi's presence known, every Jedi ignited their lightsabers. Ti and Master Luminara Unduli ignited their lightsabers simultaneously, and quickly joined the battle. Dooku unleashed hordes of Battle Droids to counterattack the Jedi, who were quickly overwhelmed, leaving only a small group left standing, including Ti.
The Droid Army was ready to end the survivors when Grand Master Yoda arrived with the newly deployed Grand Army of the Republic. Several LAAT/i gunships formed a perimeter around the Jedi. Ti, Unduli, and Master Saesee Tiin boarded a gunship and were airlifted out of the arena and to safety. With the clone's help, the Jedi successfully rescued Kenobi, Skywalker and Amidala, and won the ensuing battle, though at the cost of numerous Jedi.
Overseeing clone training and Domino SquadEdit
- "I am a Jedi, where the individual and the group are one and the same—much like you clones."
"Which is why Fives and I are looking out for each other."
"As individuals, but not as a group. You are where you need to be. Solve your problems as a whole, not as individuals. I have decided to allow you and the rest of your squad to take the test again tomorrow."
- ―Shaak Ti and Echo
Early in the war, Ti was assigned to Kamino in order to oversee the production and training of new clone troopers at the primary cloning facilities in Tipoca City. She, along with paid bounty hunters Master Chief Bric and El-Les, were tasked with conducting training exercises. One clone training group, Domino Squad, was ineffective in following protocol and working as a team. Following one such failed exercise, Bric implied that the group were "rejects", and should be demoted to sanitation detail. El-Les was more sympathetic, and wanted Domino Squad to continue training.
Ti later conversed with the Kaminoan Prime Minister, Lama Su, on what the clones' consequence should be. Su suggested rejecting the squad, by means of termination, an idea Ti opposed. Su ultimately left the final decision to Ti. She was approached by two members of Domino Squad, CT-5555, "Fives", and CT-1409, "Echo", who asked for transfer to another squad. Ti disapproved of their plea and told them that, when in battle, they should fight as a group, not as individuals. With that, Ti allowed Domino Squad to face one more challenge. Domino Squad successfully completed it, and Ti graduated them to the Grand Army of the Republic.
Battle of KaminoEdit
- "The droids are spread thin. We must press our offensive now!"
- ―Shaak Ti
After the Republic intercepted a message between General Grievous and Asajj Ventress discussing a planned attack on Kamino, Ti and Su greeted Kenobi and Skywalker when they arrived at Tipoca City with reinforcements. A Separatist fleet soon arrived and engaged the Republic blockade that defended Kamino. Ti monitored the progress of the battle from Tipoca City's control room alongside Kenobi, Su, Captain Rex and Commander Cody. She noted that the Separatist fleet was not large enough to defeat the blockade, and ordered Skywalker to lead the Republic's fighters in assaulting the enemy. Several Munificent-class star frigates were destroyed protecting Grievous' flagship, with their debris crashing in the ocean near Tipoca City. Kenobi became concerned that the battle was too easy, and left Ti and the others to investigate the wreckage. He discovered Aqua droids assembling Trident-class assault ships underwater, but was unable to warn the city before the droids began their assault.
When the control room came under assault by several Aqua droids, Ti quickly dispatched them and contacted the other Jedi, noting the attacking droids were spread thin throughout the city and that the Republic needed to press their counterattack quickly. While Kenobi engaged Grievous and Skywalker hunted down Ventress, who attempted to steal a genetic sample of the clone's DNA, Ti led the clone troopers in pushing the droids back to Tipoca City's main hangar, contacting Cody to inform him on the progress of the battle. The remaining droids were soon destroyed and the Separatist fleet retreated, along with both Grievous and Ventress.
Serving the CouncilEdit
Strange distress signalEdit
When the Jedi received a nearly 2,000-year-old distress code, Ti and the Council sent Kenobi, Skywalker, and his apprentice, Ahsoka Tano, to the Chrelythiumn system, where they were to investigate the signal and rendevous with a star cruiser helmed by Rex. Despite having the correct coordinates, the three Jedi could not find the other ship, and became trapped in an otherworldly plane. They later managed to leave and complete their rendevous.
Disappearances on KirosEdit
In the face of a Separatist invasion, the Togrutan governor of Kiros decided to negotiate with Dooku, knowing that Republic aid would arrive too late. Kenobi and Skywalker arrived with their entourages, only to discover that the Togrutan colonists were relocated by the Separatists. When Ti and the Council learned of this, they dispatched Kenobi, Skywalker, Tano, and Rex with finding the colonists and rescuing them.
The Council's plotEdit
When it was discovered that Dooku and criminal mastermind Moralo Eval had a plot to kidnap Palpatine at the Festival of Light on Naboo, Ti and the rest of the Council arranged for Kenobi to go undercover as bounty hunter Rako Hardeen to stop Eval and Dooku from succeeding. Ti attended the faux funeral of Kenobi, standing alongside Windu and Satine Kryze of Mandalore. She later attended a meeting held by Windu, where he discussed the security being put in place during the festival. The Council's plan was a success, and the Chancellor came out unscathed.
Rebellion on OnderonEdit
When the Separatists invaded Onderon and replaced it's king, Ramsis Dendup, with their own, Sanjay Rash, a small group of Dendup's followers rebelled against the new monarch. They reached out to the Council, asking for support. Ti and the rest of the Council were wary, as the rebel's fight did not involve the Republic, and sending aid would earn the Jedi scrutiny from the Senate. Nonetheless, the Council sent Kenobi, Skywalker, Tano, and Rex to train the rebels in secret.
Bombing of the Temple and Trial of Ahsoka TanoEdit
Following the bombing of the Jedi Temple hangar, Ti and the Council met to discuss who the culprit could be. Windu entertained the idea that the bomber could be a rogue Jedi, and assigned Skywalker and Tano to investigate. Their investigation led to the arrest of Letta Turmond, who had fed nano-droid explosives to her unwitting husband, a worker in the Temple. Ti later attended the funeral for the six Jedi killed in the bombing. Following the services, Ti and the Council met to listen to Kenobi's report on the Separatist activity on Saleucami. His report was cut short by Admiral Wilhuff Tarkin, who told those present of Turmond's request to speak to Tano. Tano met with the prisoner, and in a startling turn of events, Turmond was killed and Tano was on the run, blamed for her murder. Ti attended the Council meeting in which Tarkin accused Tano of masterminding the attack, causing Ti to exchange a shocked look with Kit Fisto.
After Tano's capture, Tarkin requested that the Council expel Tano from the Order so that a military trial could take place, free of what he believed to be a bias among the Jedi. Fearing that a refusal would be seen as an act of sedition, the Council reluctantly agreed. Ti was one of the judges during Tano's trial in the Chamber of Judgment, where the young Padawan was expelled from the Jedi Order and stripped of her ranks within the Grand Army of the Republic. Skywalker ultimately proved Tano's innocence, revealing that it was Padawan Barriss Offee who had become disillusioned with the Order, gave Turmond the nano-droids, and framed Tano for it all. The Council apologized to Tano and offered her a chance to rejoin, though she refused and left the Jedi Order.
- "I can't believe Fives would try to assassinate the Chancellor."
"The Kaminoans feel a virus corrupted his inhibitor chip, which has led to this behavior. ARC Trooper Fives feels he is the victim of a plot, Separatist or otherwise."
- ―Anakin Skywalker and Shaak Ti discuss Five's breakdown
Following clone trooper Tup's breakdown during the Battle of Ringo Vinda, in which he killed Jedi General Tiplar, he was sent to Kamino for an examination. He was accompanied by Fives, who Ti sent for an examination as well. Ti and Kaminoan doctor Nala Se then began their tests on Tup. Se conducted a hyper test, a practice Ti was not fond of. The tests yielded nothing, and Tup began acting strangely before Se sedated him.
The medical droid AZI-3 suggested a phase 5 atomic scan be performed on Tup, in order to find the source of his breakdown. Se claimed that the scan could kill him, and instead suggested that they terminate the clone and do an autopsy on his body, as she believed that the cause of his behavior was a virus. Ti instead believed that the cause was mental. While Se conversed with Lama Su, Ti contacted the Jedi Council on Coruscant to discuss the issue. The Council told her to bring the clone back to the Jedi Temple, where they would examine him through the Force.
Ti was then alerted to an invader alarm on Kamino which she found had been triggered by Fives, who, along with AZI-3, had run an atomic scan on Tup and extracted a tumor which he believed to be the cause of Tup's behavior. Tup soon died muttering that he was "free of the nightmares". Ti and Se contacted Supreme Chancellor Sheev Palpatine and told them about the situation. The Chancellor told them to bring the data to the Grand Republic Medical Facility on Coruscant. Ti however, invoking her authority, decided to take the data to the Jedi first—much to the protest of Se—and told Fives that one last test would be conducted on him before he could return to duty.
Before she could leave, Ti was alerted that Fives and AZI-3 were attempting to escape. She gave chase, but was unable to catch them before they left in an escape pod. As they attempted to track him down, Ti felt that they were searching in the wrong place. Her suspicion turned out to be true when she learned that someone was accessing the Jango Fett template data. Ti, along with several troopers and Se, discovered that it was indeed Fives and AZI-3. They gave chase but, again, were unable to capture them. Ti realized that they were researching something and weren't planning to escape. She later saw Se quietly leaving the command center and followed her with a squad of clone troopers. She arrived in time to see Fives holding a blaster to Se and told him to surrender.
She learned that Fives, assisted by AZI-3, had discovered that the tumor had been bio-engineered and had suspected a larger plot to be the cause of Tup's actions. The duo had also discovered that all troopers, including Fives, had been implanted with the same organic inhibitor chip. Se claimed that the chip had been placed to inhibit aggressive behavior, while Fives pointed out to Ti that the chip's malfunction in Tup had caused him to lose his mind. When he told them that he had removed his chip, Se claimed that Fives was now a threat and should be terminated.
Ti again invoked Jedi authority, insisting that all evidence, along with Fives, be sent to the Supreme Chancellor for investigation, rather than let the soldier be terminated by the Kaminoans. Fives thanked her for trusting him, to which Ti replied that she was only doing what was right. Ti led Fives, as well as Se, to the Supreme Chancellor on Coruscant. Fives insisted to the Chancellor that the chips should be removed from the clones, while Se still claimed that he was a threat. The Chancellor then requested Ti and Se to wait outside while he talked with Fives. As Ti was meditating outside, she heard blaster fire and opened the door to see Fives disarming the Chancellor and his security. Fives began to aim his weapon at the Chancellor, but Ti used the Force to stop him. The Chancellor claimed that Fives had tried to assassinate him. Fives ran out of the room and down a staircase. Ti chased after the fleeing clone, and jumped down the staircase to the medical bay. She ordered that the blast doors be closed, but Fives managed to make it through in time.
Ti met with Master Plo Koon, Yoda, Windu and Skywalker and told them about Fives' actions. Skywalker, whose legion Fives belonged to, expressed disbelief upon hearing that he had tried to assassinate the Chancellor. Ti told them that the Kaminoans believed that a virus had caused the clones' inhibitor chip to malfunction, resulting in this behavior, while Fives believed that he was the victim of a conspiracy. Windu then said that Fives should be captured alive to uncover if there was any conspiracy. Skywalker said that he would bring Fives in with the help of Rex. Ti warned him to be cautious, as the removal of the chip might have changed Fives. While trying to tell Skywalker and Rex about the truth behind the inhibitor chips, Fives was killed by Commander Fox.
Ti, along with Skywalker, Windu, and Yoda, met with the Chancellor later, where he gave his own explanation of the clones' breakdown. Palpatine told the Jedi that his investigation had led him to believe that a parasite native to Ringo Vinda had caused the chips to malfunction, and that an inoculation for it had been developed which would be administered to the clones. Ti and Skywalker remained silent during the meeting, listening as Yoda and Windu accepted the words of the Chancellor, who ensured that nothing more would be made of the situation.
Crisis on BardottaEdit
Soon after, Palpatine informed the Jedi Council of Queen Julia of Bardotta's request for Jar Jar Binks to assist her after the disappearance of several Dagoyan Masters. Ti, along with the rest of the council, discussed the matter, ultimately deciding that Binks should not go alone, leading to Windu's decision to accompany him.
After receiving a decades-old distress call from the lost ship of Sifo-Dyas, the Jedi Council sent Master Koon to investigate. After confirming the ship as Sifo-Dyas', the council chose to investigate the matter deeper. Ti was present when Skywalker and Kenobi gave a report of their mission to Oba Diah, where they were confronted by Dooku. They had learned of the startling realization that Dooku and Tyranus, the man who helped Sifo-Dyas order the clone army, were one and the same. Ti and her fellow council members chose to keep this revelation secret, as support in the war effort would disintegrate if the public knew that the Sith had a secret connection to the army.
Ti was present at a Jedi High Council meeting in which the members expressed concern over Yoda's health. Ti, along with the other Council members, meditated with Yoda in an effort to hear a voice Yoda claimed to have heard, the voice belonging to Qui-Gon Jinn. The meditation proved fruitless. Ti later appeared to Yoda in a vision on Dagobah, in which she was impaled by Anakin Skywalker's lightsaber while meditating.
Ti, alongside many Jedi both dead and alive, later appeared in another of Yoda's visions as he walked through the Valley of Extinction in the mysterious Wellspring of Life. Ti was seen conversing with Barriss Offee and Adi Gallia. The former was imprisoned on Coruscant and the latter was killed during a skirmish on Florrum. All Jedi present gathered underneath the Great Tree, where Yoda realized that these events were an illusion, calling out Jinn and Gallia as being deceased, and Dooku as being a traitor. The illusions, including Ti, were lifted into the sky, and the vision was ended.
Crisis on UtapauEdit
Following the death of the Jedi Tu-Anh on Utapau, Kenobi and Skywalker discovered that the Separatists were secretly transporting a massive kyber crystal to Serenno. Ti was present during Kenobi's report of the situation, listening as Yoda ordered him to keep the crystal out of Separatist hands. The subsequent mission led to the crystal's destruction by the Jedi. Ti sat among her fellow masters when Skywalker and Kenobi reported their actions to the council. The Jedi learned from Yoda that kyber crystals like the one on Utapau had once powered ancient superweapons constructed by the Sith, and that the mysterious Dark Lord of the Sith might one day discover another giant kyber crystal and craft a new superweapon.
Plot to assassinate DookuEdit
- "I agree, but Vos doesn't have to be in the field."
"But if he is there, he will be able to react immediately with any knowledge he has that we don't. I feel he is ready to be sent on a more delicate mission."
- ―Mace Windu and Shaak Ti discuss Quinlan Vos
Ti was present at a Jedi Council meeting following the attack on Mahranee, where Windu suggested that assassinating Dooku could help end the war. Ti remained silent during the meeting, her expression calm but sorrowful. After careful consideration, the Council chose to send Quinlan Vos. Vos, alongside Dooku's former assassin, Ventress, trained to take down Dooku. The plan failed, as Vos was captured and Ventress narrowly escaped.
Following a failed attempt to free Vos and the revelation that he was Dooku's new apprentice, Ventress met with Kenobi and was brought to the Temple. Ti was in a meeting with Yoda, Windu, Koon, and Ki-Adi-Mundi when Kenobi and Ventress entered. All except Yoda raised their lightsabers in response to Ventress' appearance. With reassurance from Kenobi, the Jedi lowered their defenses. With the Jedi's help, Vos was freed. The Council learned that he had, according to his own recollection, not fallen to the dark side and was merely imprisoned by Dooku. The Council met soon after to discuss what to do with him, as Ventress refused to believe that he was no longer free of the dark side and the Council was divided on how he should have been handled. Windu wanted to keep him away from the war effort, as Vos posed a threat to the Republic, due to his knowledge of both Republic and Separatist information and his ties with Dooku. Both Kenobi and Ti spoke against this, saying that his knowledge would aid the Republic, and they should give him smaller assignments until he was deemed ready to rejoin the war at hand. Over the next several months, Vos led several smaller missions to small Separatist storage facilities and listening posts, each of which ended with growing suspicion as to Vos' loyalty, as every outpost seemed to have been abandoned by the Separatists before the Republic forces arrived. To test his loyalty, the Council sent him to assassinate Dooku once more. He recruited Ventress again, and they traveled to Christophsis. Ventress was proven right in her belief that he was still under the influence of the dark side, but sacrificed herself at the hands of Dooku in order to redeem him. Vos was ultimately allowed to rejoin the Order, and he returned Ventress' body to her homeworld of Dathomir.
Battle of CoruscantEdit
During the Outer Rim Sieges, the Separatists staged a massive invasion of Coruscant. The battle, however, was a ruse to slip Grievous onto the surface of the planet to kidnap Palpatine. Ti and Jedi Knight Roron Corobb, along with a clone task force, were sent to protect the Chancellor. Corrob and the clones fell to Grievous, but Ti managed to fight further. Using both her lightsaber and a MagnaGuard electrostaff, she dueled with the General. Grievous managed to get the upper hand, however, by electrocuting Ti with cables, knocking her unconscious in the process. Grievous took her lightsaber and fled with the captive Chancellor to the Separatist flagship Invisible Hand. Kenobi and Skywalker were called upon to rescue the Chancellor, and the ensuing battle ended with not only his rescue, but also the death of Dooku.
Tension in the OrderEdit
Following the Separatist's loss on Coruscant, Grievous was named the Confederacy's new Head of State. The Council, upon learning of this, made his capture their highest priority in order to end the war. Palpatine, who the Council already strongly distrusted, took it upon himself to appoint Skywalker to the Council. With little option, the Council agreed, but refused to grant him the rank of Master, infuriating the young Jedi. The Council had only agreed in order to spy on the Chancellor through Skywalker. Ti was not present during these events, but did attend the meeting where Skywalker informed the Council that Republic Intelligence had located Grievous on Utapau. Skywalker volunteered to lead the mission, but was replaced by Kenobi at Windu and Ki-Adi-Mundi's urging. These events strained the relationship between not only the Council and the Chancellor, but also Skywalker.
Attack on the Jedi Temple and deathEdit
Soon after the Battle of Coruscant, it was discovered that Palpatine, revealed to be the true Dark Lord of the Sith, Darth Sidious, had been manipulating the Republic and the Jedi. After killing Windu, Sidious turned Skywalker to the dark side of the Force. He enacted Order 66, which used the clones' inhibitor chips to turn them against the Jedi. As the Jedi spread across the galaxy were being massacred, the temple was attacked by Skywalker, newly christened Darth Vader. Ti recorded a message on a holocron urging whoever found the message to continue the legacy of the Force, and not to let the Purge be the end of the Jedi. As she meditated during the attack, Ti was killed by Vader, in accordance to Yoda's visions.
- "Don't let this be the end of the Jedi."
- ―The message Ti recorded on a holocron before her death
Despite only owning it for a short period of time before his death at the hands of Kenobi on Utapau, Ti's lightsaber was among the most prized in Grievous' collection.
Shortly after the Battle of Fortress Vader, Vader entered a portal constructed by Lord Momin to resurrect his deceased wife, Padmé Amidala. While walking through and experiencing various illusions, he entered one where several Jedi, dead and alive, including Ti, confronted him. One by one, Vader destroyed the illusions, impaling both Ti and Koon simultaneously as the words "Let the past die" resounded in his mind.
Many years after Order 66, Ti's holocron became part of Grakkus the Hutt's collection of Jedi artifacts on Nar Shaddaa. Luke Skywalker, Vader's son, was captured by Grakkus in 0 BBY. While under pressure from the Hutt, he opened several holocrons, and witnessed Ti's message through the artifact. In 4 ABY Luke, by then a Jedi Knight, helped redeem Vader and end Palpatine's rule over the galaxy.
Personality and traitsEdit
- "You Jedi show too much compassion."
- ―Lama Su, reprimanding Shaak Ti
Shaak Ti had dark grey/blue eyes and red skin that included white markings and gray stripes. Ti was regarded as wise and patient, and a devoted believer in the ways of the Jedi. According to Luke Skywalker, Ti was likely given the assignment to oversee the training of clones because she excelled as both a teacher and combatant.
Ti was noted by Fives to be a helping and caring individual, valuing the lives of the clones not as objects but as people. This often led to conflict with the Kaminoans, who regarded them as property. She openly opposed the Kaminoan's preferred methods of treating clones, such as hyper tests and termination. Ti wasn't afraid to invoke authority over the Kaminoans in order to protect the soldiers, as seen when she let Fives plead his case to the Chancellor against Nala Se's wishes. She claimed to Fives that it wasn't a matter of belief in either side, but that it was simply the right thing to do. The Kaminoans criticized Ti and the Jedi, citing their compassion and creative thinking as poor influences on the clones. Ti had a particularly difficult relationship with Se, who had little regard for her moral and spiritual beliefs. Despite the differences between the two, Se held some respect for Ti's wishes and decisions, as she represented the Republic and was thus a client to the cloners.
Powers and abilitiesEdit
Ti was skilled in using telekinesis during battle. During the Battle of Kamino, she used telekinesis to lift two Aqua droids and slam them into two other droids hard enough to destroy all four. Ti used the Force to disarm Fives as he was about to assassinate Palpatine, and while chasing after the rogue clone, performed a Force jump to catch up, leaping easily over a large crowd. As a Togruta, Ti's hollow montrals allowed her to sense the movement of objects around them. This echolocation, which could reach up to 82 feet, paired with her natural Force abilities allowed Ti to be very perceptive of her surroundings.
Ti's martial capabilities were also enough to ensure her survival during the Battle of Geonosis, an engagement which saw the deaths of nearly 200 Jedi. She had the skill to wield two melee weapons at once as she, at one point during the Battle of Coruscant, wielded both her lightsaber and an electrostaff.
As the overseer of clone training on Kamino, Ti demonstrated an affinity for teaching.
Ti wielded a blue lightsaber, using it throughout the Clone Wars until it was stolen by Grievous during the Battle of Coruscant.
Although she commonly wore a standard Jedi robe, underneath she wore a flowing brown skirt and an intricately designed scarf and tabard, along with a sleeveless brown undershirt accompanied by matching sleeves that stretched from her shoulders to her wrists.
Behind the scenesEdit
- "Each time I was on set it took four hours to prepare my character. The entire costume was heavy, with a long tail, two horns, and a long skirt. It was hard to move! But I'm very happy that I had a chance to play this cool character. I'm proud to be a Jedi Master."
- ―Orli Shoshan on portraying Shaak Ti
Shaak Ti was created by concept artists Dermot Power and Iain McCaig, who designed her as a Jedi with rubicund complexion as well with her intricately patterned and layered brocade for use in Star Wars: Episode II Attack of the Clones. She was played by Orli Shoshan in Attack of the Clones and Star Wars: Episode III Revenge of the Sith. Shoshan had previous training in martial arts, but the bulky costume made it tricky for her to perform melee combat. She was voiced by Tasia Valenza in Star Wars: The Clone Wars.
Deleted scenes and canonical fateEdit
In the final edit of Revenge of the Sith, most of the footage featuring Shaak Ti was cut, including two possible death scenes for her. In one, she is captured by General Grievous and taken aboard the Invisible Hand. When Anakin Skywalker and Obi-Wan Kenobi make it aboard the ship they find a strangely despondent Ti sitting at the feet of Grievous, stating that she is sorry for failing him before Grievous stabs and kills her in front of the two Jedi. It was later planned to have the Star Wars Legends character Tsui Choi fill her seat at the Jedi High Council, as seen in the film's set diary. However, the character was spared after the deletion of the scene and was featured in a later scene. In another deleted scene of Episode III, which takes place during the Jedi Purge, Ti is meditating when she feels the presence of Vader and asks what he wants. Vader then stabs and kills her. The scene exists as "Anakin kills Shaak Ti" animatic and is part of the deleted scenes released on the Blu-ray in 2011. Ti's canonical death was finally confirmed as being killed by Darth Vader during Order 66 in the 2016 reference book Star Wars: Galactic Atlas.
Notes and referencesEdit
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 Ultimate Star Wars
- ↑ 2.0 2.1 Star Wars: Card Trader
- ↑ 3.0 3.1 3.2 3.3 Star Wars: Galactic Atlas
- ↑ 4.00 4.01 4.02 4.03 4.04 4.05 4.06 4.07 4.08 4.09 4.10 4.11 4.12 4.13 4.14 4.15 Star Wars: Episode II Attack of the Clones
- ↑ 5.0 5.1 5.2 5.3 5.4 Star Wars: The Clone Wars – "Clone Cadets"
- ↑ 6.0 6.1 6.2 Star Wars: The Clone Wars – "ARC Troopers"
- ↑ Star Wars: The Clone Wars – "Overlords"
- ↑ Star Wars: The Clone Wars – "Ghosts of Mortis"
- ↑ Star Wars: The Clone Wars – "Kidnapped"
- ↑ Star Wars: The Clone Wars – "Deception"
- ↑ Star Wars: The Clone Wars – "Crisis on Naboo"
- ↑ Star Wars: The Clone Wars – "A War on Two Fronts"
- ↑ Star Wars: The Clone Wars – "Sabotage (episode)"
- ↑ Star Wars: The Clone Wars – "The Jedi Who Knew Too Much"
- ↑ Star Wars: The Clone Wars – "To Catch a Jedi"
- ↑ Star Wars: The Clone Wars – "The Wrong Jedi"
- ↑ 17.0 17.1 17.2 17.3 Star Wars: The Clone Wars – "Conspiracy"
- ↑ 18.0 18.1 18.2 18.3 18.4 Star Wars: The Clone Wars – "Fugitive"
- ↑ 19.0 19.1 19.2 19.3 Star Wars: The Clone Wars – "Orders"
- ↑ Star Wars: The Clone Wars – "The Disappeared, Part I"
- ↑ Star Wars: The Clone Wars – "The Lost One"
- ↑ 22.0 22.1 Star Wars: The Clone Wars – "Voices"
- ↑ Star Wars: The Clone Wars – "Destiny"
- ↑ Star Wars: The Clone Wars – "The Big Bang"
- ↑ 25.0 25.1 Dark Disciple
- ↑ 26.0 26.1 26.2 26.3 26.4 26.5 Star Wars: Episode III Revenge of the Sith
- ↑ 27.0 27.1 27.2 27.3 Star Wars Lightsabers: A Guide to Weapons of the Force
- ↑ 28.0 28.1 28.2 28.3 28.4 Star Wars: Women of the Galaxy
- ↑ Darth Vader: Dark Lord of the Sith 25
- ↑ Star Wars 9
- ↑ Star Wars: Episode VI Return of the Jedi
- ↑ Johnson, Zach (February 27, 2019). Everything You Need to Know About Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge. D23. Archived from the original on February 27, 2019. Retrieved on March 3, 2019.
- ↑ Star Wars: The Secrets of the Jedi
- ↑ Star Wars: Absolutely Everything You Need to Know
- ↑ 35.0 35.1 35.2 35.3
- ↑ 37.0 37.1 Star Wars: Episode I The Phantom Menace