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Ki-Adi-Mundi Respect Thread Empty Ki-Adi-Mundi Respect Thread

March 12th 2023, 6:08 pm
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Ki-Adi-Mundi is a great combatant and a pretty cool dude. He needed an updated respect thread. Here it is. Respect Ki-Adi-Mundi!

This first post will focus on his general power and telekinetic abilities.

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Power


C-Canon


General


As a Cerean, Ki-Adi-Mundi has an innate ability to handle Force energy more effectively than others.

The Last Jedi (2013, Michael Reaves, Mara Kaathryn Bohnhoff) wrote:Yimmon, being a Cerean, was an unknown commodity in some ways. Jax had always suspected that the dual brains the species possessed allowed them to handle even small amounts of Force energy differently and perhaps more effectively than sentients with only one central processor.

Ki-Adi-Mundi was an extraordinary Jedi, justifying his extraordinary nomination for a Council seat despite not yet being a Jedi Master.

Fact File #23: MUN 1-2 (2002, Christopher Cerasi) wrote:It was an extraordinary event for a mere Jedi Knight to be nominated for a position on the Jedi Council. That said, Ki-Adi-Mundi was an extraordinary Jedi who had demonstrated his abilities time and again in very difficult circumstances.
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Ki-Adi-Mundi was strong in the Force.

Fact File #23: MUN 1-2 (2002, Christopher Cerasi) wrote:Though strong in the Force, Ki-Adi-Mundi’s great weakness was his overwhelming confidence in his own abilities, coupled with a tendency towards excessive introspection.
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Ki-Adi-Mundi is an exceptionally experienced Jedi.

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-Fact File #140 (2004, Chris Spitale, Jane Irene Kelly, Andrew Darling, Matthew Harvey, Iain Lowson)

Despite his late start, Ki-Adi-Mundi became an exceptional Jedi due to his natural talent and superb tutelage.

Mysteries of the Jedi (2011, Elizabeth Dowsett, Shari Last) wrote:Ki-Adi-Mundi began Jedi training at the age of four, which was considered late. However, thanks to his skill, dedication, and guidance from Yoda, he caught up with his peers and became a good Jedi.
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88 BBY


Ki-Adi-Mundi is recognized as strong in the Force as a young child.

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-Republic #4: Vow of Justice Part 1 (1999, Jan Strnad, John Nadeau)

Star Wars Databank: Ki-Adi-Mundi wrote:As a four-year-old, Ki's raw talents in the Force were discovered by the mysterious Jedi Master known only as the Dark Woman. Ki's family, realizing that the galaxy needed protectors to save the innocent from such threats as Cerea's own unscrupulous raider Bin-Garda-Zon, allowed Ki to be taken to Coruscant to undergo Jedi training.

Fact File #23: MUN 1-2 (2002, Christopher Cerasi) wrote:As a boy, Ki-Adi-Mundi was already too old to begin Jedi training when the Jedi Master known as the ‘Dark Woman’ came to his village, following rumours of a boy who was strong in the Force.
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Insider #62: Who’s Who in the Jedi Order (2002, Dave Gross, Michael Mikaelian, Michelle Vuckovich) wrote:As a child, Ki-Adi’s ability with the Force attracted the attention of the Jedi; his father agreed to give him up in hopes that a Cerean Jedi would one day stop the raiders who had long tormented Cerea’s farmers.
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67 BBY
After his Jedi Training, Ki-Adi-Mundi was a powerful young man with incredible reactions fueled further by his precognitive abilities.

Fact File #23: MUN 1-2 (2002, Christopher Cerasi) wrote:Taken to Coruscant, Ki-Adi-Mundi was initially taught by the Dark Woman before finally becoming the Padawan of none other than Jedi Master Yoda. Mundi flourished in the Jedi Temple, turning into a powerful young man with incredible reactions - boosted yet further by the precognitive abilities he had demonstrated as a child.
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32 BBY


Ki-Adi-Mundi is made a Jedi Councilor while still a Knight due to the other Councilors' respect for his skills and wisdom.

Hasbro: Attack of the Clones Ki-Adi-Mundi 1/6 Scale Action Figure (2002) wrote:A Jedi Knight, Ki-Adi-Mundi is the only member of the Jedi Council who is not a Jedi Master, which indicates the high value placed upon his skills by the other Council members. A Cerean from the planet Cerea, he has a unique ability to control the thoughts, emotions and other brain waves of creatures.
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Yoda, Eeth Koth, and the rest of the Jedi Council are in unanimous agreement that Ki-Adi-Mundi is the only living Jedi who can be entrusted to defeat Sharad Hett if the legendary Jedi Knight had indeed fallen to the Dark Side of the Force, as the rest of the Jedi Council had known Sharad on personal terms and thus might be conflicted on doing what is necessary.

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-Republic #7: Outlander Part 1 (1999, Timothy Truman, Tom Raney, Rod Pereira)

An’ya Kuro is impressed by Ki-Adi-Mundi’s ascension to the ranks of the Jedi Council while still a Knight, and notes that Mundi would have been an honor to train as an apprentice, and potentially would have been her best student.

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-Republic #8: Outlander Part 2 (1999, Timothy Truman, Rick Leonardi)

22 BBY


Ki-Adi-Mundi is one of the greatest Jedi Masters.

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-starwars.com: Palpatine Biography Gallery (2014?, Dan Brooks)

Ki-Adi-Mundi, like Mace Windu, is a powerful Jedi warrior, making the clone army even more effective through his leadership.

Fact File Relaunched #86 (2014, De Agostini) wrote:The clone army was made even more effective by the field leadership of powerful Jedi warriors. Masters Mace Windu and Ki-Adi-Mundi led attacks from the Republic assembly area.
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(credit to Vicious Madang)

20 BBY


Ki-Adi-Mundi commands vast Force abilities.

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-Clone Wars Adventures (2010)

Even non-Force sensitives can feel the restrained power of Ki-Adi-Mundi when in his presence.

Living Force Campaign: The Way of the Force (2004, Ron Heintz) wrote:As you come in and the door slides shut behind you, a tall, elderly Cerean in the robes of a Jedi Master rises to greet you.

Master Lanius moves to him and then turns to face your group.

“, I have the honor to introduce to you Master Ki-Adi-Mundi, member of the Jedi Council, of the Jedi Temple on Coruscant.”

The Jedi smiles, and whether sensitive to the Force or not, you can feel the restrained power radiating from him.

“Please,” he says, “let us all sit. I have been observing your lesson with great interest, teachers. But talking is dry work, and there are refreshments here.”

Ki-Adi-Mundi is characterized as wise, powerful, and authoritative.

Living Force Campaign: The Way of the Force (2004, Ron Heintz) wrote:Give the players a chance to let it sink in that yes, this is one of the Jedi Councilors from the movies. No stats are provided for Ki-Adi-Mundi, although he can be found in Powers of the Jedi, p. 119. No stats are needed, really. He is wise, calm, powerful, authoritative and, here, friendly. Incidentally, he has several wives, but does not feel that he needs to discuss Jedi traditions right here and now. If pressed, he merely says, “As we Cereans are fond of saying, there are many sides to arguments, and many ways of accomplishing the same goal. As you yourselves have proven.”

19 BBY


Darth Sidious views Ki-Adi-Mundi as a possible threat to his plans.

Star Wars Archives 1999-2005 (2020, Paul Duncan) wrote:Palpatine has supplied intelligence that General Grievous is on Utapau, so Obi-Wan departs Coruscant with some Star Destroyers to confront him. With Yoda and Obi-Wan, as well as other Jedi Masters like Ki-Adi-Mundi and Plo Koon, away from Coruscant, Palpatine is positioning himself to take control of the Republic.

Obi-Wan Kenobi considers Ki-Adi-Mundi, along with Plo Koon and Adi Gallia, to be one of the great Jedi Masters of the Order.

The Last of the Jedi: The Desperate Mission (2005, Jude Watson) wrote:His dearest friends, Bant and Garen. The imperious Jocasta Nu. The gentle Ali Alann and Barriss Offee. The warriors — Shaak Ti, Kit Fisto, Luminara Unduli. And the great Jedi Masters — Ki-Adi-Mundi, Adi Gallia, Plo Koon…

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32 BBY


As one of the Jedi Masters to go to Malastare, Ki-Adi-Mundi is one of the greatest Jedi in the history of the Order.

Republic #13: Forcing the Issue (1999, Peet Janes) wrote:Next issue: Some of the greatest Jedi in the history of the order have arrived on Malastare to begin peace negotiations between the Prince of Lannik and the Red Iaro terrorists.
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Ki-Adi-Mundi is rated as a 5 in Power.

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-CCG: Coruscant (2001)

Ki-Adi-Mundi is a Challenge Code E Level 11 Jedi Guardian with 5 Force Points and 1 Dark Side Point, +12 in Ranged Attack, +6 Force Defense, +10 Force Strike, and Control and Attuned feats.

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-Power of the Jedi Sourcebook (2002, J.D. Wiker, Michael Mikaelian, Jeff Grubb, Owen K.C. Stephens, James Maliszewski)

22 BBY


Ki-Adi-Mundi is rated as a 6 (out of 10).

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-Star Wars Stratego (2002, 2005)

Ki-Adi-Mundi has a cost of 6 and a power of 4.

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-Wizards of the Coast Trading Card Game: Jedi Guardians (2003)

Ki-Adi-Mundi is rated 16 in Force power (out of 20).

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-Top Trumps (2003)

Ki-Adi-Mundi has a cost of 24 and is rated as a 3 in Force power.

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-Wizards of the Coast Minis: Clone Strike (2004)

21 BBY


Ki-Adi-Mundi is rated as a 4 (out of 5) in Jedi Power.

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-Top Trumps Rise of the Bounty Hunters (2010)

20 BBY


Ki-Adi-Mundi is deemed so powerful that stats are unnecessary for his appearances in the Living Force and Decisions Campaigns.

Living Force Campaign: The Way of the Force (2004, Ron Heintz) wrote:Give the players a chance to let it sink in that yes, this is one of the Jedi Councilors from the movies. No stats are provided for Ki-Adi-Mundi, although he can be found in Powers of the Jedi, p. 119. No stats are needed, really. He is wise, calm, powerful, authoritative and, here, friendly. Incidentally, he has several wives, but does not feel that he needs to discuss Jedi traditions right here and now. If pressed, he merely says, “As we Cereans are fond of saying, there are many sides to arguments, and many ways of accomplishing the same goal. As you yourselves have proven.”

Decisions: Cularin (2004, Ron Heintz) wrote:Jedi Master Ki-Adi-Mundi: He once said, at the Almas Academy, “I would be proud to serve with any of the beings here tonight. Who knows, perhaps one day I shall?” If he makes an appearance, that day has come. While stats for him exist in the PotJ sourcebook, they are not truly needed: he has “script immunity” and only appears to deflect a few blaster bolts, wave away some droids, affect the enemy’s minds so that they go away, or whatever is needed. A blaster bolt may wing him, for a little vitality loss, if you wish a medic hero to have a quick thrill by helping him. That’s as seriously as he can be hurt; this is not his time. If you don’t like script immunity, use Biko and Oora, below.

19 BBY


Ki-Adi-Mundi is rated as an 83 in Jedi Powers, a 3 in Sith Skill, and a 64 in Firepower.

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-Top Trumps Clone Wars (2007)

Ki-Adi-Mundi is a Challenge Level 13 Jedi/Jedi Knight/Jedi Master with a Destiny score of 2, Force score of 6, and Use the Force +14.

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-The Clone Wars Campaign Guide (2009, J.D. Wiker, Patrick Stutzman, Rodney Thompson)

Ki-Adi-Mundi is rated as a 9 (out of 10) in Force Power.

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-Galactic Files Series 2 (2013)

Telekinesis


C-Canon


General


Ki-Adi-Mundi’s telekinetic abilities made him an extremely powerful Jedi.

Fandex Deluxe Edition (2008, Christopher Cerasi) wrote:Hailing from the planet Cerea, Ki-Adi-Mundi became a Padawan to Master Yoda at the age of four. His ability to manipulate objects with his mind, perhaps a result of his binary brain, which was supported by his binary heart, made him an extremely powerful Jedi.

88 BBY


At four years old, Ki-Adi-Mundi can lift objects with his mind, demonstrating his ability to do so. Without proper training, he accidentally crushes the object.

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-Republic #4: Vow of Justice Part 1 (1999, Jan Strnad, John Nadeau)

67 BBY


Ki-Adi-Mundi looses his bonds with the Force.

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-Republic #6: Vow of Justice Part 3 (1999, Jan Strnad, John Nadeau)

Ki-Adi-Mundi deflects Bin-Garda-Zon’s thrown knife with barely a thought.

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-Republic #6: Vow of Justice Part 3 (1999, Jan Strnad, John Nadeau)

Fact File #37: MUN 3-4 (2002, Christopher Cerasi) wrote:Zon made a final, pathetic effort to kill Ki-Adi-Mund – a thrown knife that Ki easily batted aside with the Force.
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32 BBY


Ki-Adi-Mundi is noted to be capable of winning a fight similar to a scenario he faced when he was younger where he fought a skilled, strong, and fast Cerean bandit Queen, while having both hands tied behind his back and being badly distracted by a number of factors, by using the Force to throw her off-balance and deflect her strikes.

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-Republic #5: Vow of Justice Part 2 (1999, Jan Strnad, John Nadeau)

Ki-Adi-Mundi uses the Force to unlock his house door from the outside. It’s implied that this is something he does every time in lieu of holding a key.

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-Republic #2: Prelude to Rebellion (1999, Jan Strnad, Anthony Winn)

Ki-Adi-Mundi tosses rubble at an attacking thug.

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-Republic #2: Prelude to Rebellion Part 2 (1999, Jan Strnad, Anthony Winn)

Ki-Adi-Mundi throws an attacking mercenary back with the Force while blocking one of his comrades’ strikes.

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-Republic #8: Outlander Part 2 (1999, Timothy Truman, Rick Leonardi)

Ki-Adi-Mundi uses the Force to recover his lightsaber, buried deep in the sand.

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-Republic #9: Outlander Part 3 (1999, Timothy Truman, Rick Leonardi)

Ki-Adi-Mundi lifts a crashed skiff from the sand and reorients it topside-up, despite being injured and having exerted the Force on other parts of his recovery efforts.

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-Republic #9: Outlander Part 3 (1999, Timothy Truman, Rick Leonardi)

Ki-Adi-Mundi sends a group of Tusken Raiders flying back. It is noted that he does not want to hurt them with his Force powers, aiming instead to merely deter them, otherwise his powers would have done lasting damage.

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-Republic #11: Outlander Part 5 (1999, Timothy Truman, Al Rio)

22 BBY


Ki-Adi-Mundi launches a Force push against General Grievous with enough power behind it to leave a crater in the ground where it was directed.

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-Clone Wars Chapter 20 (2004)

Ki-Adi-Mundi pulls his own lightsaber, then one of General Grievous’s lightsabers, to himself.

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-Clone Wars Chapter 20 (2004)

20 BBY


Ki-Adi-Mundi pulls his lightsaber to himself with the Force.

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-Clone Wars Adventures (2010)

Ki-Adi-Mundi can bail out the heroes of the Decisions campaign by waving away a group of droids that might be threatening them.

Decisions: Cularin (2004, Ron Heintz) wrote:Potential “helpers”: There are also a few “helpers” mentioned in GM Aid #2, who can make appearances if you feel that they are needed. They include Biko, Oora Gellandi, and Jedi Master Ki-Adi-Mundi, who once predicted that he would be proud to serve beside the heroes. The master may be wounded, if the dice fall that way, but may not die here. It is not yet his time. If Biko and/or Oora get involved, they do not have “script immunity” and, if they fall in battle, so be it.

Do not involve any of them, unless the heroes get into serious trouble.

[...]

Jedi Master Ki-Adi-Mundi: He once said, at the Almas Academy, “I would be proud to serve with any of the beings here tonight. Who knows, perhaps one day I shall?” If he makes an appearance, that day has come. While stats for him exist in the PotJ sourcebook, they are not truly needed: he has “script immunity” and only appears to deflect a few blaster bolts, wave away some droids, affect the enemy’s minds so that they go away, or whatever is needed. A blaster bolt may wing him, for a little vitality loss, if you wish a medic hero to have a quick thrill by helping him. That’s as seriously as he can be hurt; this is not his time. If you don’t like script immunity, use Biko and Oora, below.

S-Canon


32 BBY


Ki-Adi-Mundi has +10 Move Object and has Alter and Control feats.

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-Power of the Jedi Sourcebook (2002, J.D. Wiker, Michael Mikaelian, Jeff Grubb, Owen K.C. Stephens, James Maliszewski)

19 BBY


Ki-Adi-Mundi is capable of Battle Strike, Force Slam, Move Object, and Rebuke.

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-The Clone Wars Campaign Guide (2009, J.D. Wiker, Patrick Stutzman, Rodney Thompson)

Ki-Adi-Mundi is rated at 3 Dark Side, 85 Jedi Power, and 3 Firepower.

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March 12th 2023, 6:42 pm
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This part of the Respect Thread will focus on Ki-Adi-Mundi's telepathic and healing abilities.

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Telepathy/Force Sense


G-Canon


32 BBY


Ki-Adi-Mundi senses that Anakin’s thoughts are on his mother.


-Episode I: The Phantom Menace (1999)

C-Canon


General


As a Cerean, Ki-Adi-Mundi has exceptional mental discipline that can resist telepathic invasions.

The Last Jedi (2013, Michael Reaves, Mara Kaathryn Bohnhoff) wrote:In the back of Jax’s mind was the havoc Vader had wrought with his erstwhile Padawan, Kajin Savaros–what the Dark Lord had been able to do to the boy’s mind. But Yimmon, he told himself, was not an unschooled child. He was a Cerean and unusually disciplined even for one of his species. He had displayed an almost Jedi-like ability to think above the physical dimensions and to shepherd his thoughts. Jax prayed that ability would help him withstand Darth Vader’s formidable array of tools.

Ki-Adi-Mundi was able to at least make up for any Cerean-typical lack of physical coordination with his Force-assisted insight, allowing him to be one of the top ten duellists of his age.

Starships and Vehicles Collection #25 (2009, DeAgostini) wrote:Unfortunately, they also tended to be lacking in physical coordination, something Mundi was able to compensate for with his Force-attuned insight – he was considered one of the top ten lightsaber duellists of his age.
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Cereans naturally have precognitive abilities on par with the most powerful Jedi.

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-New Essential Guide to Alien Species (2006, Ann Margaret Lewis, Helen Keier)

88 BBY


At only four years old, Ki-Adi-Mundi correctly senses that he was the reason for An’ya Kuro’s visit.

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-Republic #4: Vow of Justice Part 1 (1999, Jan Strnad, John Nadeau)

Ki-Adi-Mundi senses the imminent arrival of Bin-Garda-Zon and his raiders, seemingly even before An’ya Kuro does.

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-Republic #4: Vow of Justice Part 1 (1999, Jan Strnad, John Nadeau)

33 BBY


Ki-Adi-Mundi, with Saesee Tiin, opens himself to sensing even the slightest disturbances in the Force.

Cloak of Deception (2001, James Luceno) wrote:In that quarter of the hall designated for the Coruscant delegation, Masters Tiin and Ki-Adi-Mundi were snaking among the seats, open to the slightest disturbances in the Force.

32 BBY


Ki-Adi-Mundi is confident in his ability to defuse a crowd of angry Cerean youths with his telepathic powers. Out of all the Cereans there, he is seemingly the only one to foresee the impending disaster when Maj-Odo-Nomor gets ahold of his lightsaber.

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-Republic #1: Prelude to Rebellion Part 1 (1998, Jan Strnad, Anthony Winn)

The Force alerts Ki-Adi-Mundi to a robbery by a swoop gang.

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-Republic #2: Prelude to Rebellion Part 2 (1999, Jan Strnad, Anthony Winn)

Ki-Adi-Mundi overhears patrons at a cantina discussing stories of his Jedi powers, and how he could influence them to stick their hand into boiling water or drink poison. The inaccurate part of those statements is whether Mundi would do something like that, not whether or not he could.

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-Republic #2: Prelude to Rebellion Part 2 (1999, Jan Strnad, Anthony Winn)

Ki-Adi-Mundi uses a Jedi mind trick against a group of thugs. It is successful on at least one of them.

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-Republic #2: Prelude to Rebellion Part 2 (1999, Jan Strnad, Anthony Winn)

Ki-Adi-Mundi telepathically summons his Aryx to aid him in battle, then calms it after.

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-Republic #2: Prelude to Rebellion Part 2 (1999, Jan Strnad, Anthony Winn)

Ki-Adi-Mundi subtly uses the Force to draw out Ephant Mon’s location from a Gran associate, calming him afterward.

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-Republic #3: Prelude to Rebellion Part 3 (1999, Jan Strnad, Anthony Winn)

Ki-Adi-Mundi would have sensed FLTCH R-1’s approach in advance had he not been distracted.
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-Republic #3: Prelude to Rebellion Part 3 (1999, Jan Strnad, Anthony Winn)

Ki-Adi-Mundi senses that a pitch-black corridor is devoid of Divviks.

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-Republic #5: Prelude to Rebellion Part 5 (1999, Jan Strnad, John Nadeau)

Ki-Adi-Mundi uses his Force sensitives to find the location of Ephant Mon and his hostages, Sylvn, Maj-Odo-Nomor, and Twin, before using the Force to warn Ephant and the three non-Force sensitive Cereans of the imminent explosion.

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-Republic #5: Prelude to Rebellion Part 5 (1999, Jan Strnad, John Nadeau)

Ki-Adi-Mundi uses a Mind Trick to persuade the pilot of a Trade Federation ship, intent on blocking his arrival on Tatooine, to let him go free, despite Mundi not having so much as a visual on his target.

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-Republic #5: Prelude to Rebellion Part 5 (1999, Jan Strnad, John Nadeau)

Ki-Adi-Mundi senses a disturbance in the Force as Palpatine sets his plans into motion.

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-Republic #6: Prelude to Rebellion Part 6 (1999, Jan Strnad, John Nadeau)

Ki-Adi-Mundi has the ability to control the brain waves of creatures, a unique ability among the Jedi Council due to his Cerean physiology.

Hasbro: Attack of the Clones Ki-Adi-Mundi 1/6 Scale Action Figure (2002) wrote:A Jedi Knight, Ki-Adi-Mundi is the only member of the Jedi Council who is not a Jedi Master, which indicates the high value placed upon his skills by the other Council members. A Cerean from the planet Cerea, he has a unique ability to control the thoughts, emotions and other brain waves of creatures.
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Ki-Adi-Mundi correctly senses that Darth Maul will reemerge, something that Yoda and Mace Windu seemingly both fail to perceive.

Episode I: The Phantom Menace junior novelization (1999, Patricia C. Williams) wrote:“I do not believe they could have returned without us knowing,” Mace said.

“Hard to see, the dark side is,” Yoda responded. Around the Council circle, heads nodded. “Discover who this assassin is, we must.”

“I sense he will reveal himself again,” Ki-Adi-Mundi said slowly.

“This attack was with purpose, that is clear,” Mace Windu said. “And I agree that the Queen is his target.”

Yoda turned toward Qui-Gon. “With this Naboo Queen you must stay, Qui-Gon. Protect her.”

“We will use all our resources here to unravel this mystery and discover the identity of your attacker,” Mace added. “May the Force be with you.”

Episode I Adventures #15: The Final Battle (2000, A. L. Singer) wrote:"Hard to see, the dark side is," Yoda replied. "Discover who this assassin is, we must."

"I sense he will reveal himself again," Ki-Adi suggested.

Mace Windu still seemed unconvinced. "This attack was with purpose, that is clear - and I agree the Queen is his target..."

Ki-Adi-Mundi senses that Anakin’s thoughts are on his mother.

The Phantom Menace novelization (1999, Terry Brooks) wrote:Yoda blinked and his long ears cocked forward. “See through you, we can,” he said quietly.

“Be mindful of your feelings,” Mace Windu said.

The old one called Ki-Adi-Mundi stroked his beard. “Your thoughts dwell on your mother.”

Anakin felt his stomach lurch at the mention of her. He bit his lip. “I miss her.”

Yoda exchanged glances with several others on the Council. “Afraid to lose her, I think.”

Episode I: The Phantom Menace junior novelization (1999, Patricia C. Williams) wrote:Beside Master Yoda, Mace Windu stirred. “Afraid to give up your life?”

Oh, that’s what they meant. Anakin hesitated. “I don’t think so.”

“Be mindful of your feelings,” Mace Windu said.

“Your thoughts dwell on your mother,” the alien Ki-Adi-Mundi added.

“I miss her,” Anakin admitted.

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-Episode I: The Phantom Menace comic #3 (1999, Henry Gilroy, Rodolfo Damaggio)

Ki-Adi-Mundi notes that the Force has guided him in life and in battle constantly, and he is shocked that he didn’t sense Anakin Skywalker while on Tatooine, implying that his failure to do so wasn’t because of any shortcoming in Force attunement relative to Qui-Gon.

Jedi vs Sith: The Essential Guide to the Force (2007, Ryder Windham) wrote:Time and again, the Force has guided my heart and my weapon. I trust my most powerful ally, but cannot dismiss a sense of personal failure. I was on Tatooine before Qui-Gon Jinn discovered the boy. Although I sensed a disturbance in the Force there, how could I have not sensed the presence of one so strong with the Force? It is not that my own powers are more considerable than Qui-Gon’s were, but that Skywalker is a beacon of power.
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(credit to Ghost of Grievous)

Ki-Adi-Mundi senses the location of his lightsaber, completely buried in the sand.

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-Republic #9: Outlander Part 3 (1999, Timothy Truman, Rick Leonardi)

Ki-Adi-Mundi senses the nature of the dark side within Aurra Sing.

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-Republic #12: Outlander Part 6 (1999, Timothy Truman, Al Rio)

Ki-Adi-Mundi, like the other Jedi in the group, senses something off about the summit on Malastare.

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-Republic #14: Emissaries to Malastare Part 2 (2000, Timothy Truman, Tom Lyle)

30 BBY


Ki-Adi-Mundi senses darkness in A’Sharad Hett after the Tusken Padawan draws on the Dark Side to defeat Aurra Sing.

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-Republic #31: The Hunt for Aurra Sing Part 4 (2001, Timothy Truman, Davide Fabbri)

Ki-Adi-Mundi was guided by the Force to release A’Sharad Hett to An’ya Kuro’s training.

Fact File #140: MUN 5-6 (2004, Chris Spitale, Jane Irene Kelly, Andrew Darling, Matthew Harvey, Iain Lowson) wrote:Guided by the Force, Ki-Adi-Mundi sensed that he would have to allow his Padawan A’Sharad Hett to go to another Master. He could then concentrate his attention on the business of the Jedi Council.
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22 BBY


Ki-Adi-Mundi senses Anakin’s distress over Obi-Wan’s loss.

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-Republic #62: No Man’s Land (2004, John Ostrander, Tomas Giorello)

Ki-Adi-Mundi senses Obi-Wan Kenobi’s presence on Riflor from orbit.

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-Republic #62: No Man’s Land (2004, John Ostrander, Tomas Giorello)

20 BBY


Ki-Adi-Mundi foresaw that he might help the heroes of the Decisions campaign, and he is capable of mind-tricking the enemies of the heroes to go away if they are in serious trouble.

Decisions: Cularin (2004, Ron Heintz) wrote:Potential “helpers”: There are also a few “helpers” mentioned in GM Aid #2, who can make appearances if you feel that they are needed. They include Biko, Oora Gellandi, and Jedi Master Ki-Adi-Mundi, who once predicted that he would be proud to serve beside the heroes. The master may be wounded, if the dice fall that way, but may not die here. It is not yet his time. If Biko and/or Oora get involved, they do not have “script immunity” and, if they fall in battle, so be it.

Do not involve any of them, unless the heroes get into serious trouble.

[...]

Jedi Master Ki-Adi-Mundi: He once said, at the Almas Academy, “I would be proud to serve with any of the beings here tonight. Who knows, perhaps one day I shall?” If he makes an appearance, that day has come. While stats for him exist in the PotJ sourcebook, they are not truly needed: he has “script immunity” and only appears to deflect a few blaster bolts, wave away some droids, affect the enemy’s minds so that they go away, or whatever is needed. A blaster bolt may wing him, for a little vitality loss, if you wish a medic hero to have a quick thrill by helping him. That’s as seriously as he can be hurt; this is not his time. If you don’t like script immunity, use Biko and Oora, below.

Ki-Adi-Mundi has an intense premonition of the destruction of Almas Academy.

Heart of Evil: Destruction (2005, Ron Heintz) wrote:From the Captain's conference room, of the main bridge, Ki-Adi-Mundi walks in. For once, his characteristic calm seems somewhat shaken.

“My friends. We have no time. Since the Force has arranged for you to be here, this may work out.

“I have been torn between two paths, and you may know that some Cereans can be almost immobilized by such paradoxes. I was not, but I came perilously close to having to put personal insight against that of the Council.

“I have been on the trail of a being who is very strong in the Dark Side of the Force. I have discovered much that I must report back to the Council. But, as I made my way toward Coruscant, I had a premonition of such intensity and such – horror – that I felt the need to deviate toward the Cularin system. On the way, I was attacked, by perhaps that very being that I thought was the object of my hunt. I now begin to think that the hunter was not I.

“He fled when your flotilla approached. Now, it is imperative that I return to Coruscant. But you – you must hurry to the Cularin system, to Almas. Please. Hurry.”

If the heroes press for details, Ki-Adi-Mundi will say “It is too dark, too uncertain – and I do not wish to discourage you.”

If they insist, he will say, with a distraught look on his face, “I saw Almas – burning.” That should really get them on their way.

All he can tell them of his target is that he is Human or a near Humanoid, large, heavy-set, and very likely as powerful in the Force as a Jedi Councilmember. Ki-Adi-Mundi does not have a name. He will also describe a small, black starship of sleek and deadly appearance.

Then, he leaves to go to the rest of the Coruscant Jedi, and his destiny…

19 BBY


Ki-Adi-Mundi is in possession of powerful mind- and emotion-control abilities.

German Top Trumps Episodes I-III (2012) wrote:Ki-Adi-Mundi of planet Cerea is a member of the Jedi Council and a Republic general in the Clone Wars. He was trained by Master Yoda himself. Powerful mind- and emotion-control goes with Ki-Adi-Mundi's Jedi abilities. A rough leader, he commands the clone troops against the Separatists on the crystal planet Mygeeto.
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-German Top Trumps Episodes I-III (2012)

S-Canon


32 BBY


Ki-Adi-Mundi has a +11 in Affect Mind, a +4 in Empathy, a +10 in See Force, and a Sense feat.

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-Power of the Jedi Sourcebook (2002, J.D. Wiker, Michael Mikaelian, Jeff Grubb, Owen K.C. Stephens, James Maliszewski)

22 BBY


Ki-Adi-Mundi is capable of anticipation, rerolling initiative once a turn at a cost of one Force power.

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-Wizards of the Coast Minis: Clone Strike (2004)

19 BBY


Ki-Adi-Mundi has +8 Perception and is capable of Mind Trick.

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-The Clone Wars Campaign Guide (2009, J.D. Wiker, Patrick Stutzman, Rodney Thompson)

Healing


C-Canon


32 BBY


Ki-Adi-Mundi mostly heals his broken arm and uses the Force to block out the pain.

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-Republic #9: Outlander Part 3 (1999, Timothy Truman, Rick Leonardi)

S-Canon


32 BBY


Ki-Adi-Mundi has +6 in Heal Self.

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-Power of the Jedi Sourcebook (2002, J.D. Wiker, Michael Mikaelian, Jeff Grubb, Owen K.C. Stephens, James Maliszewski)

22 BBY


Ki-Adi-Mundi is able to heal all units for one damage counter each.

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-Wizards of the Coast Trading Card Game: Jedi Guardians (2003)

20 BBY


Ki-Adi-Mundi is able to use the Force to heal the heroes of the Decisions campaign.

Decision: Cularin (2004, Ron Heintz) wrote:NOTE TO THE GM: if your heroes do not have the negotiation skills that would let you use encounter 4 (below) to good purpose, or if you do not have the time, then the Thaereian base will simply surrender in the face of overwhelming firepower. (It can now be bombarded both from the ground and from space.) Many of the people Decision: Cularin Page 10 within do not truly believe in what they are doing, and also have no real wish to die. The Cularin Militia occupies the base and asks the heroes to deliver tactical information taken from its computers, to the Militia fleet. It will be very useful for the final, big push. Medics can also provide treatment for injured heroes, and Master Ki-Adi-Mundi may also be available to use Force-based healing skills, if needed.


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Ki-Adi-Mundi Respect Thread Empty Ki-Adi-Mundi Respect Thread Part 3

March 12th 2023, 9:25 pm
This part of the Respect Thread will focus on Mundi's physical abilities.

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Speed/Agility/Precognition


G-Canon


22 BBY


Ki-Adi-Mundi skillfully deflects blaster bolts from wave after wave of Super Battle Droids.


-Episode II Attack of the Clones Blu-ray Behind the Scenes (2002)

Ki-Adi-Mundi bats away blaster bolts while evacuating the arena.


-Attack of the Clones (2002)

19 BBY


Ki-Adi-Mundi expertly deflects blaster fire from the enemy droid forces, and when the 21st Nova Corps turns on him, he is able to hold off a squad of the elite Galactic Marines, including Commander Bacara, long enough to kill two of them before he was killed himself, despite being caught by surprise and being the primary target of both sides of the battle.


-Revenge of the Sith (2005)

C-Canon


67 BBY


After his Jedi Training, Ki-Adi-Mundi had incredible reactions fueled further by his precognitive abilities.

Fact File #23: MUN 1-2 (2002, Christopher Cerasi) wrote:Taken to Coruscant, Ki-Adi-Mundi was initially taught by the Dark Woman before finally becoming the Padawan of none other than Jedi Master Yoda. Mundi flourished in the Jedi Temple, turning into a powerful young man with incredible reactions - boosted yet further by the precognitive abilities he had demonstrated as a child.
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Ki-Adi-Mundi deflects strikes from three training remotes simultaneously, weaving a continuous blur in his lightsaber’s wake.

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-Republic #3: Prelude to Rebellion Part 3 (1999, Jan Strnad, Anthony Winn)

33 BBY

Ki-Adi-Mundi deflects blaster bolts with Qui-Gon Jinn and Obi-Wan Kenobi, moving his blade so fast it can’t be followed by the naked eye.

Cloak of Deception (2001, James Luceno) wrote:Qui-Gon, Obi-Wan, and Ki-Adi-Mundi stood with their backs pressed to one another, deflecting a hail of blaster bolts the terrorists poured into the plaza. The blades of their lightsabers - comgreen, blue, and purple--moved faster than the eye could follow, blazing bright as novas as they sent the bolts caroming from the ancient stone walls and ricocheting off the sloping faces of the pyramids.

Ki-Adi-Mundi, with Qui-Gon Jinn, Obi-Wan Kenobi, and Saesee Tiin, advances against the terrorist lines, dropping many of them, and forming a shield out of their lightsabers.

Cloak of Deception (2001, James Luceno) wrote:Qui-Gon, Obi-Wan, Tiin, and Ki-Adi-Mundi surged from the pyramid entrance, engaging the terrorists that had driven them back. A quarter of the way across the immense plaza, the Jedi spread out in a wedge formation, their constantly moving blades fending off blaster bolts loosed from ahead and to either side. Behind the energy barrier fashioned by the lightsabers, Yaddle, Depa, Vergere, and two of the judicials raced out to divert fire from the rear.

The point of the wedge, Qui-Gon advanced steadily into the fray, whirling and crouching, his green blade sonorous as it sent bolts arching every which way.

Terrorists fell wounded from the surrounding stairways, balconies, and rooftops, but none of them fled.

32 BBY


Ki-Adi-Mundi leaps several meters up in the air, avoiding two thugs who run crashing into each other.

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-Republic #2: Prelude to Rebellion Part 2 (1999, Jan Strnad, Anthony Winn)

Ki-Adi-Mundi, while unarmed, evades FLTCH R-1’s blaster attacks, leaving afterimages behind him.

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-Republic #3: Prelude to Rebellion Part 3 (1999, Jan Strnad, Anthony Winn)

Ki-Adi-Mundi swings his lightsaber blade such that it leaves an afterglow behind it as he cleaves through a Divvik.

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-Republic #5: Prelude to Rebellion Part 5 (1999, Jan Strnad, John Nadeau)

Ki-Adi-Mundi quickly disposes of the handful of Divviks who survived the explosion he breached the doors with, making afterglows in his lightsaber’s wake.

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-Republic #5: Prelude to Rebellion Part 5 (1999, Jan Strnad, John Nadeau)

Ki-Adi-Mundi’s saber blurs once again as he cuts through the airlock, jettisoning himself and the Divviks into space.

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-Republic #5: Prelude to Rebellion Part 5 (1999, Jan Strnad, John Nadeau)

Ki-Adi-Mundi creates several long blurs with his lightsaber as he deflects the blaster shots of Jabba’s hired guards and disables the ion attractor antenna.

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-Republic #6: Prelude to Rebellion Part 6 (1999, Jan Strnad, John Nadeau)

Ki-Adi-Mundi jumps across a desert skiff, over the heads of five of the attacking mercenaries.

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-Republic #8: Outlander Part 2 (1999, Timothy Truman, Rick Leonardi)

Ki-Adi-Mundi cuts through several of Jabba’s mercenaries before they can react, leaving an afterglow behind his saber.

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-Republic #9: Outlander Part 3 (1999, Timothy Truman, Rick Leonardi)

Ki-Adi-Mundi lands lightly from a fall off a cliff that kills the rat creatures who fall with him.

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-Republic #9: Outlander Part 3 (1999, Timothy Truman, Rick Leonardi)

22 BBY


Ki-Adi-Mundi and Bultar Swan deflect a barrage of blaster bolts.

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-Republic #59: Enemy Lines (2003, John Ostrander, Jan Duursema)

Ki-Adi-Mundi blurs his lightsaber as he deflects blaster bolts and cuts his way through attacking bounty hunters with Anakin Skywalker, Obi-Wan Kenobi, and Alpha-17.

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-Republic #62: No Man’s Land (2004, John Ostrander, Tomas Giorello)

Ki-Adi-Mundi keeps up fairly well with General Grievous, able to leap away from or dodge almost all of his attacks, utilizing bursts of speed and Force-assisted leaps to get away or back into the fray as the situation calls for it.


-Clone Wars Chapter 20 (2004)

-Clone Wars Chapter 21 (2005)

Ki-Adi-Mundi keeps up with Asajj Ventress, leaping from an LAAT onto the landing platform while blocking blaster bolts from Asajj’s probe droids as he initially jumps into battle.

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-The Clone Wars: Crash Course (2008, Henry Gilroy, Gary Scheppke, Fillbach brothers)

20 BBY


Ki-Adi-Mundi can bail out the heroes of the Decisions campaign by defending them from blaster bolts.

Decisions: Cularin (2004, Ron Heintz) wrote:Potential “helpers”: There are also a few “helpers” mentioned in GM Aid #2, who can make appearances if you feel that they are needed. They include Biko, Oora Gellandi, and Jedi Master Ki-Adi-Mundi, who once predicted that he would be proud to serve beside the heroes. The master may be wounded, if the dice fall that way, but may not die here. It is not yet his time. If Biko and/or Oora get involved, they do not have “script immunity” and, if they fall in battle, so be it.

Do not involve any of them, unless the heroes get into serious trouble.

[...]

Jedi Master Ki-Adi-Mundi: He once said, at the Almas Academy, “I would be proud to serve with any of the beings here tonight. Who knows, perhaps one day I shall?” If he makes an appearance, that day has come. While stats for him exist in the PotJ sourcebook, they are not truly needed: he has “script immunity” and only appears to deflect a few blaster bolts, wave away some droids, affect the enemy’s minds so that they go away, or whatever is needed. A blaster bolt may wing him, for a little vitality loss, if you wish a medic hero to have a quick thrill by helping him. That’s as seriously as he can be hurt; this is not his time. If you don’t like script immunity, use Biko and Oora, below.

19 BBY


Ki-Adi-Mundi uses the Force to speed across the battlefield to Rivi-Anu’s side.

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-Clone Wars Adventures #7: To the Vanishing Point (2006, the Fillbach brothers)

S-Canon


32 BBY


Ki-Adi-Mundi has a +3 Initiative, a +8 to Reflex, a Dexterity of 13, +6 to Battlemind, +10 to Enhance Ability, and a Burst of Speed feat.

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-Power of the Jedi Sourcebook (2002, J.D. Wiker, Michael Mikaelian, Jeff Grubb, Owen K.C. Stephens, James Maliszewski)

22 BBY


Ki-Adi-Mundi has a speed of 40 and is capable of evading up to 2 damage at the cost of 2 Force.

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-Wizards of the Coast Trading Card Game: Jedi Guardians (2003)

19 BBY


Ki-Adi-Mundi is rated as a 25 in Agility.

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-Top Trumps Clone Wars (2007)

Ki-Adi-Mundi has +17 Initiative, a Reflex of 28, a Dexterity of 13, and is capable of Rapid Strike and Surge.

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-The Clone Wars Campaign Guide (2009, J.D. Wiker, Patrick Stutzman, Rodney Thompson)

Ki-Adi-Mundi is rated as an 8 (out of 10) in Speed.

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-Galactic Files Series 2 (2013)

Strength


C-Canon


67 BBY


After his Jedi Training, Ki-Adi-Mundi was a powerful young man.

Fact File #23: MUN 1-2 (2002, Christopher Cerasi) wrote:Taken to Coruscant, Ki-Adi-Mundi was initially taught by the Dark Woman before finally becoming the Padawan of none other than Jedi Master Yoda. Mundi flourished in the Jedi Temple, turning into a powerful young man with incredible reactions - boosted yet further by the precognitive abilities he had demonstrated as a child.
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Ki-Adi-Mundi catches Bin-Garda-Zon’s arm, lifting him up by it and breaking it, before tossing aside two of the armed Cerean raider guards.

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-Republic #6: Vow of Justice Part 3 (1999, Jan Strnad, John Nadeau)

52 BBY


Ki-Adi-Mundi reluctantly concedes that his strikes used to be stronger around this time than he is in the present (32 BBY).

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-Republic #2: Prelude to Rebellion Part 2 (1999, Jan Strnad, Anthony Winn)

33 BBY


Ki-Adi-Mundi swims some distance from a crashed shuttle to the nearest island while carrying Yaddle on his back.

Cloak of Deception (2001, James Luceno) wrote:Following Qui-Gon's lead, Obi-Wan sprang from the water, landing atop one of the smaller rocks. Vergere floated in like a water fowl until she reached the stony beach, then she called on her powerful reverse-articulated legs to catapult her ashore. Saesee Tiin's big hands cut through the waves like flippers. Yaddle rode in atop Ki-Adi-Mundi's broad shoulders, her short arms wrapped around his tall head, and her topknot of golden-brown hair plastered to her green skull.

Ki-Adi-Mundi overpowers an eavesdropping alien with Qui-Gon Jinn.

Cloak of Deception (2001, James Luceno) wrote:"Explain it to you Cohl will, when finally you confront him," Yaddle said. "Until that time, resolve to yield or fight we must." Vergere's willowy ears pricked up. She glanced knowingly at Qui-Gon, then cut her oblique eyes to the doorless portal that led to the temple's adjoining room. Qui-Gon listened intently for a moment, then he and Ki-Adi-Mundi stood up and moved silently to either side of the gaping opening.

Yaddle, Depa, and Vergere began to converse again, as if nothing were amiss. Suddenly, Qui-Gon and Ki-Adi-Mundi reached into the doorway, tugging into the scant sunlight a humanoid who looked as if he, or perhaps she, had risen from the ground itself. The being's thick skin was certainly impervious to wind, snow, or high-altitude solar radiation. Its four hands and bare feet were configured for digging and scooping, and its back was built for carrying loads. Eyes clearly capable of seeing in the dark were prominent in a mere suggestion of a face, lacking ears or nose, with a mouth barely suited to speech.

32 BBY


Ki-Adi-Mundi easily throws two younger Cereans off of himself.

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-Republic #1: Prelude to Rebellion Part 1 (1998, Jan Strnad, Anthony Winn)

Ki-Adi-Mundi sends a Devaronian thug flying into the air, kicks a human thug to the ground, throws another human into the Devaronian, knocks the Devaronian into a wall hard enough to crack the wall on impact, and beats him into submission.

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-Republic #2: Prelude to Rebellion Part 2 (1999, Jan Strnad, Anthony Winn)

Ki-Adi-Mundi brings FLTCH R-1 to its knees with a flying kick.

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-Republic #3: Prelude to Rebellion Part 3 (1999, Jan Strnad, Anthony Winn)

Ki-Adi-Mundi physically throws a Tusken Raider through the air and into a pile of dung.

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-Republic #11: Outlander Part 5 (1999, Timothy Truman, Al Rio)

22 BBY


Ki-Adi-Mundi has an imposing figure.

Attack of the Clones novelization (2002, R.A. Salvatore) wrote:“He is a political idealist,” Ki-Adi-Mundi, the fourth of the Jedi contingent, added. “Not a murderer.” With his great domed head, the Cerean Jedi Master stood taller than anyone in the room, and the ridged flaps at the side of his pensive face added a measure of introspection to his imposing physical form.

Ki-Adi-Mundi is able to defend against Grievous’s lightsaber blows, savage strikes with more force behind them than we see from anyone else in the series.


-Clone Wars Chapter 20 (2004)

-Clone Wars Chapter 21 (2005)

Ki-Adi-Mundi forces Asajj Ventress onto her back foot during their duel, having her retreat all the way down the landing platform. Asajj visually needs to brace with both sabers against his blows.

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-The Clone Wars: Crash Course (2008, Henry Gilroy, Gary Scheppke, Fillbach brothers)

S-Canon


32 BBY


Ki-Adi-Mundi has a Strength of 12, +6 to Battlemind, and +10 to Enhance Ability.

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-Power of the Jedi Sourcebook (2002, J.D. Wiker, Michael Mikaelian, Jeff Grubb, Owen K.C. Stephens, James Maliszewski)

19 BBY


Ki-Adi-Mundi has a Strength of 12 and is capable of Surge.

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-The Clone Wars Campaign Guide (2009, J.D. Wiker, Patrick Stutzman, Rodney Thompson)

Ki-Adi-Mundi is rated as a 9 (out of 10) in Strength.

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-Galactic Files Series 2 (2013)

Durability/Endurance


T-Canon


21 BBY


Ki-Adi-Mundi survives an explosion that hits the gunship he’s on right next to where he’s standing, and the subsequent crash, and continues leading his soldiers into battle.


-The Clone Wars Season 2 Episode 5: Landing at Point Rain (2009)

C-Canon


32 BBY


Ki-Adi-Mundi easily recovers from a Devaronian thug’s headbutt and dispatches him immediately after.

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-Republic #2: Prelude to Rebellion Part 2 (1999, Jan Strnad, Anthony Winn)

Ki-Adi-Mundi recovers from being shot in the leg and partially crushed by rubble well enough to continue to evade and fight FLTCH R-1.

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-Republic #3: Prelude to Rebellion Part 3 (1999, Jan Strnad, Anthony Winn)

Ki-Adi-Mundi survives a skiff crash that buried everyone aboard (including himself) completely and killed everyone else, none the worse for wear beside a broken arm.

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-Republic #9: Outlander Part 3 (1999, Timothy Truman, Rick Leonardi)

Ki-Adi-Mundi no-sells a Tusken Raider striking him with a Gaderffi, jesting that Mawin, one of his wives, has hit him harder.

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-Republic #11: Outlander Part 5 (1999, Timothy Truman, Al Rio)

22 BBY


Ki-Adi-Mundi fights admirably in a grueling duel against General Grievous, on screen and off, despite being exhausted already from the preceding battle, getting back up after being sent flying into a massive pile of rubble that collapsed on top of him.


-Clone Wars Chapter 20 (2004)

-Clone Wars Chapter 21 (2005)

Clone Wars Chapter 21 (2005) wrote:[Ki-Adi-Mundi:] “We may have been exhausted, but when was the last time someone stood up to five Jedi and held his own? This must be dealt with.”


Ki-Adi-Mundi brushes off being in a LAAT crash that totals the gunship, with nothing more than minor injuries to show for it.

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-The Clone Wars: Crash Course (2008, Henry Gilroy, Gary Scheppke, Fillbach brothers)

S-Canon


32 BBY


Ki-Adi-Mundi has 87 Vitality Points, 14 Wound Points, +9 to Fortitude, a Constitution of 14, +6 to Battlemind, and +10 to Enhance Ability, and a Mettle feat.

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-Power of the Jedi Sourcebook (2002, J.D. Wiker, Michael Mikaelian, Jeff Grubb, Owen K.C. Stephens, James Maliszewski)

22 BBY


Ki-Adi-Mundi has a health of 5.

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-Wizards of the Coast Trading Card Game: Jedi Guardians (2003)

Ki-Adi-Mundi is rated as having 90 HP.

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-Wizards of the Coast Minis: Clone Strike (2004)

20 BBY


Ki-Adi-Mundi would not be seriously hurt were he to get winged by a blaster bolt.

Decisions: Cularin (2004, Ron Heintz) wrote:Potential “helpers”: There are also a few “helpers” mentioned in GM Aid #2, who can make appearances if you feel that they are needed. They include Biko, Oora Gellandi, and Jedi Master Ki-Adi-Mundi, who once predicted that he would be proud to serve beside the heroes. The master may be wounded, if the dice fall that way, but may not die here. It is not yet his time. If Biko and/or Oora get involved, they do not have “script immunity” and, if they fall in battle, so be it.

Do not involve any of them, unless the heroes get into serious trouble.

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Jedi Master Ki-Adi-Mundi: He once said, at the Almas Academy, “I would be proud to serve with any of the beings here tonight. Who knows, perhaps one day I shall?” If he makes an appearance, that day has come. While stats for him exist in the PotJ sourcebook, they are not truly needed: he has “script immunity” and only appears to deflect a few blaster bolts, wave away some droids, affect the enemy’s minds so that they go away, or whatever is needed. A blaster bolt may wing him, for a little vitality loss, if you wish a medic hero to have a quick thrill by helping him. That’s as seriously as he can be hurt; this is not his time. If you don’t like script immunity, use Biko and Oora, below.

19 BBY


Ki-Adi-Mundi has 122 hp, a Threshold of 29, a Fortitude of 29, a Constitution of 14, and is capable of Surge.

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-The Clone Wars Campaign Guide (2009, J.D. Wiker, Patrick Stutzman, Rodney Thompson)


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Ki-Adi-Mundi Respect Thread Empty Ki-Adi-Mundi Respect Thread Part 4

March 12th 2023, 10:34 pm
This part of the Respect Thread will focus on Ki-Adi-Mundi's skill with the lightsaber.

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22 BBY


Ki-Adi-Mundi, along with Plo Koon and several other Jedi, takes over a Lucrehulk-class Droid Control ship during the Battle of Geonosis in a deleted scene, being the only Jedi besides Koon to survive.


-Episode II Attack of the Clones Blu-ray Behind the Scenes (2002)

Ki-Adi-Mundi is one of the few Jedi to survive the Battle of Geonosis. He is among the last to board the LAATs during the evacuation of the arena, batting away blaster bolts and helping other Jedi onto his craft.



-Attack of the Clones (2002)

Ki-Adi-Mundi’s actor, Silas Carson, was specially instructed by Nick Gillard in lightsaber dueling techniques for his appearance during the Battle of Geonosis, a rarity among the background Jedi.

Insider #62: Who’s Who in the Jedi Order (2002, Dave Gross, Michael Mikaelian, Michelle Vuckovich) wrote:For Episode II, Carson returned to play Ki-Adi and Nute, signing up for more long hours in a makeup chair and extended periods of sweating in the heavy mask and robes of a Neimoidian. But Carson also got to show off some new moves, working with stunt coordinator Nick Gillard to learn the finer points of lightsaber dueling.
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Ki-Adi-Mundi's one-handed style is based on Silas Carson's own expeience in fencing, and relatively unique among the Jedi.

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tatooinetimes.com: From Ki-Adi-Mundi to Nute Gunray: Interview with Silas Carson (2020, Fabio Fiori)
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19 BBY


Ki-Adi-Mundi expertly deflects blaster fire from the enemy droid forces, and when the 21st Nova Corps turns on him, he is able to hold off a squad of the elite Galactic Marines, including Commander Bacara, long enough to kill two of them before he was killed himself, despite being caught by surprise and being the primary target of both sides of the battle.


-Revenge of the Sith (2005)

T-Canon


21 BBY


Ki-Adi-Mundi leads his troops from the front through a tight choke point, deflecting a constant barrage of blaster fire from the Geonosian soldiers and protecting the clones behind him, before finishing off the defensive position personally.


-The Clone Wars Season 2 Episode 5: Landing at Point Rain (2009)

Ki-Adi-Mundi destroys more droids during the Second Battle of Geonosis than either Anakin Skywalker or Ahsoka Tano, defeating their records of 55 and 60, respectively, with his own of 65, despite being injured at the start of the battle.

The Clone Wars Season 2 Episode 5: Landing at Point Rain (2009) wrote:[Ahsoka:] “So, Master, what was your total?”

[Anakin:] “Not now, Ahsoka.”

[Ahsoka:] “Come on. Are you afraid you lost this time?”

[Anakin:] “Fine. 55, that’s my count. And you?”

[Ahsoka:] “60. Looks like I won.”

[Anakin:] “Yeah, but I called in the airstrike. Tie!”

[Ahsoka:] “You’re impossible.”

[Obi-Wan:] “I’ll never understand how you can simplify these battles into some kind of game.”

[Anakin:] “Well, take care of yourselves. I expect to see both of you back here by the time I’ve destroyed the main factory.”

[Obi-Wan:] “We shall do our best.”

[Ki-Adi-Mundi:] “65, Skywalker.”

[Anakin:] “I’m sorry?”

[Ki-Adi-Mundi:] “My total. 65. So what do I win?”

[Anakin:] “My everlasting respect, Master Mundi.”

[Ki-Adi-Mundi:] “Oh.”

[Obi-Wan:] “That is a gift Anakin rarely bestows, I assure you.”


C-Canon


General


Ki-Adi-Mundi is a brave and skilled combatant.

Fandex Deluxe Edition (2008, Christopher Cerasi) wrote:Ki-Adi-Mundi was known for his exceptional bravery in combat.

Character Encyclopedia (2011, Simon Beecroft) wrote:Ki-Adi-Mundi sits on the Jedi Council. He is a thoughtful Jedi who shows great skill and courage. Unusually for Jedi, Mundi is allowed to marry, since Cereans have an exceptionally low birth rate.
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Ki-Adi-Mundi is exceptionally skilled with the Ataru form of lightsaber combat.

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-The Clone Wars Character Encyclopedia (2010, Jason Fry)

Despite not enjoying combat, Mundi was an exceptional fighter.

Fact File Relaunched #92 (2014, DeAgostini) wrote:Despite his distaste at having to fight, Ki-Adi-Mundi was an exceptional warrior.
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Ki-Adi-Mundi was considered one of the top ten lightsaber duelists of his age.

Starships and Vehicles Collection #25 wrote:Unfortunately, they also tended to be lacking in physical coordination, something Mundi was able to compensate for with his Force-attuned insight – he was considered one of the top ten lightsaber duellists of his age.
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67 BBY


Ki-Adi-Mundi defeats the Cerean bandit queen with a single maneuver, intimidating the rest of the (26+) group of bandits to disperse forever.

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-Republic #6: Vow of Justice Part 3 (1999, Jan Strnad, John Nadeau)

Fact File #37: MUN 3-4 (2002, Christopher Cerasi) wrote:Mundi escaped his captivity and, in a second battle, defeated the bandit queen. Zon made a final, pathetic effort to kill Ki-Adi-Mundi – a thrown knife that Ki easily batted aside with the Force. Mundi left Zon alive, and demanded the bandits disperse.
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34 BBY


Ki-Adi-Mundi defeats a Devaronian thug, taking off one of his horns.

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-Republic #2: Prelude to Rebellion Part 2 (1999, Jan Strnad, Anthony Winn)

33 BBY


Ki-Adi-Mundi fends off blaster bolts from a ship’s turrets that send Qui-Gon Jinn and Obi-Wan Kenobi fleeing.

Cloak of Deception (2001, James Luceno) wrote:Bolts from the crafts' repeating blasters lanced into the plaza, carbonizing the cut stones where they hit. In unison, Qui-Gon and Obi-Wan leapt for cover, while Ki-Adi-Mundi parried a stream of fire that nearly spun him completely around.

32 BBY


Ki-Adi-Mundi dispatches FLTCH R-1 with a single strike upon recovering his lightsaber, despite being so weary from exhaustion and injuries sustained prior to his lightsaber’s return that he collapses immediately after.

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-Republic #3: Prelude to Rebellion Part 3 (1999, Jan Strnad, Anthony Winn)

Elder Nar-Somo-Dali estimates that Ki-Adi-Mundi could take out about four or five of the extremely deadly Divviks before he is overwhelmed by the massive swarm.

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-Republic #4: Prelude to Rebellion Part 4 (1999, Jan Strnad, John Nadeau)

With FLTCH R-1’s aid, Ki-Adi-Mundi fights through corridors full of Divviks coming at him from every angle, cutting down many.

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-Republic #5: Prelude to Rebellion Part 5 (1999, Jan Strnad, John Nadeau)

Ki-Adi-Mundi quickly disposes of the handful of Divviks who survived the explosion he breached the doors with.

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-Republic #5: Prelude to Rebellion Part 5 (1999, Jan Strnad, John Nadeau)

Ki-Adi-Mundi and FLTCH R-1 easily dispatch two of Jabba’s hired guards.

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-Republic #6: Prelude to Rebellion Part 6 (1999, Jan Strnad, John Nadeau)

Ki-Adi-Mundi battles six of Jabba’s mercenaries while in the middle of a sandstorm, incapacitating four of them before the skiff’s crash. They are reluctant to engage again after the initial battle, and Mundi mocks them for their comparative lack of skill.

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-Republic #8: Outlander Part 2 (1999, Timothy Truman, Rick Leonardi)
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-Republic #9: Outlander Part 3 (1999, Timothy Truman, Rick Leonardi)

Ki-Adi-Mundi cuts down several savage rat creatures while nursing a broken arm.

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-Republic #9: Outlander Part 3 (1999, Timothy Truman, Rick Leonardi)

Ki-Adi-Mundi holds off a Krayt Dragon in an enclosed setting, before helping Sharad and A’Sharad Hett finish it off when they join in.

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-Republic #10: Outlander Part 4 (1999, Timothy Truman, Rick Leonardi)

22 BBY


Ki-Adi-Mundi, like Mace Windu, was one of the few Jedi to survive the battle of Geonosis. Along with Mace, he is one of the more able-bodied Jedi, turning to fend off the droids while the other Jedi make their escape first.

Fact File Relaunched #110 (2014, De Agostini) wrote:Three gunships in all settled closely around the Jedi survivors, and they gratefully leapt on board. Immediately, the more able-bodied Jedi such as Mace Windu and Ki-Adi-Mundi turned to deflect further fire from the hordes of droid forces, while clone troopers continued to mow down the scattered mechanical soldiers.
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-Attack of the Clones #4 (2002, Henry Gilroy, Jan Duursema)

The New Essential Guide to Characters (2002, Daniel Wallace) wrote:As a Jedi Master, Ki-Adi-Mundi numbered among the few survivors of the Battle of Geonosis.

Fact File #140: MUN 5-6 (2004, Chris Spitale, Jane Irene Kelly, Andrew Darling, Matthew Harvey, Iain Lowson) wrote:The Jedi Council would come to regret their trust in Dooku. Ki-Adi-Mundi was one of the small force sent to rescue Obi-Wan Kenobi, Anakin Skywalker and Padme Amidala on Geonosis. Although he saw many brave Jedi fall in the arena, he survived, and was carried from the circus of death by a Republic gunship. He then went on to lead a company of clone troopers into the main battle.

Ki-Adi-Mundi survived Geonosis, but realized that a bitter conflict had begun. He fought again at Muunilist, the capital of the Banking Clan.
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Fact File #140: MUN 5-6 (2004, Chris Spitale, Jane Irene Kelly, Andrew Darling, Matthew Harvey, Iain Lowson) wrote:Ki-Adi-Mundi went with Mace Windu on his desperate rescue mission to Geonosis. He survived the bitter fighting that took place there, and fought in subsequent Clone Wars battles.
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Fandex Deluxe Edition (2008, Christopher Cerasi) wrote:Like most of the Order, Mundi refused to believe that former Jedi Count Dooku was the architect behind its more violent actions. But when the Separatist crisis led to the start of the Clone Wars, Ki-Adi-Mundi was among the many Jedi who traveled to Geonosis to rescue Anakin Skywalker, Obi-Wan Kenobi, and Senator Padme Amidala from Count Dooku – and was one of the few to survive the devastating battle. After the Battle of Geonosis, he was often on the front lines of the Clone Wars, commanding his own battalion of clone troops.

Ki-Adi-Mundi and Anakin Skywalker rescue Obi-Wan Kenobi and Alpha-17, routing the band of bounty hunters attacking the escaped prisoners. Alpha-17 remarks that the quartet of combatants is overkill.

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-Republic #62: No Man’s Land (2004, John Ostrander, Tomas Giorello)

Ki-Adi-Mundi holds his own against General Grievous for minutes on end, on screen and off, despite being exhausted, demoralized, and ignorant of Grievous’s abilities, lasting significantly longer than any of the other Jedi in his party of Shaak Ti, K’Kruhk, Aayla Secura, Daakman Barrek, Tarr Seirr, and Sha’a Gi. Grievous tends to favor singling him out for his attacks over any of the other Jedi present.


-Clone Wars Chapter 20 (2004)

-Clone Wars Chapter 21 (2005)

Clone Wars Chapter 21 (2005) wrote:[Ki-Adi-Mundi:] “We may have been exhausted, but when was the last time someone stood up to five Jedi and held his own? This must be dealt with.”


Clone Wars Vol. 1 Director Commentary (2004) wrote:[Genndy Tartakovsky:] “So again, he [Grievous] can use his feet and all the things and – we just made him a lot more agile so he can do everything instead of just fight with his hands. You can see his little – you can hear his little robotics working. Ki-Adi’s really not sure what he’s going to do here.”


Clone Wars Vol. 2 Creators Commentary (2005) wrote:[Paul Rudish:] “So, what we did is we just had Dooku explain, y’know, this is why – and to us as well as the audience who may have been concerned or wondering after seeing the first batch how he can take on these Jedi… it is a mind game. The strategy is he assaults them with so many of his troops that they’re worn down, they’re weak, they’re unfocused. Then he can show up. Y’know, super cool, and confuse the heck out of them with his crazy moves and stuff like that and that’s how he can kind of defeat them. So we have Dooku claim that if any of these elements – fear, surprise, and intimidation – is missing, you’d better bail.”


Ki-Adi-Mundi duels Asajj Ventress, forcing her into a retreat across the landing platform before she flees the scene. Ki-Adi-Mundi is confident that, should they face again, Asajj would die at his hands.

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-The Clone Wars: Crash Course (2008, Henry Gilroy, Gary Scheppke, Fillbach brothers)

The duel is described as “especially savage.”

Galactic Files Series 2 (2013) wrote:Ki-Adi-Mundi plays a major role in several battles during the Clone Wars. Born in 92 BBY, he is a male Cerean Jedi Master who serves on the High Council in the twilight years of the Galactic Republic. Exploits include the Battle of Geonosis and an especially savage duel with Dark Jedi Asajj Ventress.
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21 BBY


Mundi led his troops to victory on Geonosis despite his injury.

Fact File Relaunched #92 (2014, DeAgostini) wrote:Though badly wounded, Mundi fought on, leading his tired but resolute troops through the difficult Geonosian terrain to a hard-fought victory.
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20 BBY


Ki-Adi-Mundi is considered by many to be one of the Jedi Order’s best duelists.

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-Clone Wars Adventures (2010)

Ki-Adi-Mundi spars with Ando Jommass (the Hero of Umbara). He is the fourth Jedi to duel him.


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-Clone Wars Adventures (2010)

Ki-Adi-Mundi duels Garth Ezzar to a standstill when he is ambushed offscreen, concluding that his opponent was likely as skilled as a member of the Jedi Council.

Heart of Evil: Destruction (2005, Ron Heintz) wrote:From the Captain's conference room, of the main bridge, Ki-Adi-Mundi walks in. For once, his characteristic calm seems somewhat shaken.

“My friends. We have no time. Since the Force has arranged for you to be here, this may work out.

“I have been torn between two paths, and you may know that some Cereans can be almost immobilized by such paradoxes. I was not, but I came perilously close to having to put personal insight against that of the Council.

“I have been on the trail of a being who is very strong in the Dark Side of the Force. I have discovered much that I must report back to the Council. But, as I made my way toward Coruscant, I had a premonition of such intensity and such – horror – that I felt the need to deviate toward the Cularin system. On the way, I was attacked, by perhaps that very being that I thought was the object of my hunt. I now begin to think that the hunter was not I.

“He fled when your flotilla approached. Now, it is imperative that I return to Coruscant. But you – you must hurry to the Cularin system, to Almas. Please. Hurry.”

If the heroes press for details, Ki-Adi-Mundi will say “It is too dark, too uncertain – and I do not wish to discourage you.”

If they insist, he will say, with a distraught look on his face, “I saw Almas – burning.” That should really get them on their way.

All he can tell them of his target is that he is Human or a near Humanoid, large, heavy-set, and very likely as powerful in the Force as a Jedi Councilmember. Ki-Adi-Mundi does not have a name. He will also describe a small, black starship of sleek and deadly appearance.

Then, he leaves to go to the rest of the Coruscant Jedi, and his destiny…

19 BBY



Ki-Adi-Mundi leads a Republic charge against a massive droid army, cutting down a B-2 Super Battle Droid.

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-Clone Wars Adventures #7: To the Vanishing Point (2006, the Fillbach brothers)

Bacara’s Galactic Marines waited until Ki-Adi-Mundi was at the most vulnerable moment possible in the middle of a battle before betraying him due to his combat skills, and they needed to know that he could possibly be fooled before killing him. Despite this, he still took down two of them before going down.

Battlefront II: 501st Journal (2005) wrote:Keeping Mundi in the dark wasn’t easy. The Jedi had become increasingly wary of the Chancellor’s doings, ever on the lookout for the slightest hint of treachery. Just like the rest of them though, he never caught whiff of what was really going on until it was far too late.

The success of the mission on Mygeeto was something of a revelation for the men of the 501st. Suddenly, we realized that the Jedi could be fooled. And if they could be fooled, they could be killed.


Insider #87: Destroy All Jedi (2006, Daniel Wallace) wrote:In light of Ki-Adi-Mundi’s battle prowess, the Galactic Marines elected to wait until the Jedi was at his most vulnerable. As the Jedi charged at Separatist tri-droids across a narrow bridge, his troopers opened fire. Two troopers died from deflected shots before Ki-Adi-Mundi succumbed to the sustained barrage.
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Fact File Relaunched #92 (2014, DeAgostini) wrote:Wary of Master Mundi’s skills, when Order 66 was given, his clone troops let Mundi rush ahead of them before opening fire.
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Fact File #92 Relaunched (2014, DeAgostini) wrote:He was in battle on Mygeeto, leading the Galactic Marines against Separatist positions, when Order 66 was given. His troops, knowing how adept their former leader was as a warrior, let him rush forward into the fray before firing on him. He would kill three of the elite troopers before they could bring him down.
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S-Canon


32 BBY


Ki-Adi-Mundi is rated as a 6 in Ability.

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-CCG: Coruscant (2001)

Ki-Adi-Mundi has a Defense of 19, a +13 Melee Lightsaber Attack, options for deflecting incoming attacks up to -3, and Lightsaber Proficiency, Knight Defense, and Lightsaber Defense feats.

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-Power of the Jedi Sourcebook (2002, J.D. Wiker, Michael Mikaelian, Jeff Grubb, Owen K.C. Stephens, James Maliszewski)

22 BBY


Ki-Adi-Mundi is rated 24 in Fighting.

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-Top Trumps (2003)

Ki-Adi-Mundi is rated 18 in Defense, +10 in Attack, and 20 in Damage.

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-Wizards of the Coast Minis: Clone Strike (2004)

Ki-Adi-Mundi is rated at 4 stars (out of 5), a 73 in Defense, and a 65 in Offense.

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-Force Attax Movie Edition Series 1 (2012)

Ki-Adi-Mundi is rated at 4 stars (out of 5), a 75 in Defense, and a 62 in Offense.

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-Force Attax Movie Edition Series 3 (2013)

21 BBY


Ki-Adi-Mundi is rated as a 90 (out of 100) in fighting skill.

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-Top Trumps Rise of the Bounty Hunters (2010)

Ki-Adi-Mundi is rated at 4 stars (out of 5), a  70 (out of 100) in Defense, and a 62 (out of 100) in Offense.

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-Force Attax Series 1 (2010)

19 BBY


Ki-Adi-Mundi has +17 Melee Lightsaber Attack with Block, Deflect, Rapid Strike, and Improved Disarm options.

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-The Clone Wars Campaign Guide (2009, J.D. Wiker, Patrick Stutzman, Rodney Thompson)

Ki-Adi-Mundi is rated as a 46 in Fighting Ability.

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-German Top Trumps Episodes I-III (2012)

Ki-Adi-Mundi is rated at 4 stars (out of 5), a  73 (out of 100) in Defense, and a 75 (out of 100) in Offense.

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-Force Attax Movie Edition Series 2 (2013)

Ki-Adi-Mundi is rated as a 9 (out of 10) in Fighting Ability.

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-Galactic Files Series 2 (2013)

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32 BBY


One can play through the Phantom Menace storyline with Ki-Adi-Mundi in place of Obi-Wan Kenobi or Qui-Gon Jinn, including defeating Darth Maul.


-Dreamcast Jedi Power Battles (2000)


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March 12th 2023, 11:43 pm
This part of the Respect Thread will focus on Ki-Adi-Mundi's blaster skill, hand-to-hand combat skill, piloting ability, and intelligence.

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Blaster Proficiency


S-Canon


32 BBY


Ki-Adi-Mundi is proficient in the use of blasters.

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-Power of the Jedi Sourcebook (2002, J.D. Wiker, Michael Mikaelian, Jeff Grubb, Owen K.C. Stephens, James Maliszewski)

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C-Canon


67 BBY


Ki-Adi-Mundi is confident in his ability to defeat Bin-Garda-Zon in single combat, without his lightsaber and with both arms tied behind his back.

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-Republic #5: Vow of Justice Part 2 (1999, Jan Strnad, John Nadeau)

Ki-Adi-Mundi, despite having both hands tied behind his back and being badly distracted by a number of factors, lands hits on the strong, fast, and skilled Cerean bandit queen, who had supplanted Bin-Garda-Zon years earlier by besting him in single combat. It is noted that Ki-Adi-Mundi would have been able to win such a fight in later years.

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-Republic #5: Vow of Justice Part 2 (1999, Jan Strnad, John Nadeau)

Ki-Adi-Mundi easily works around Bin-Garda-Zon’s dagger and the raider guards’ spears to toss all three out of his way.

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-Republic #6: Vow of Justice Part 3 (1999, Jan Strnad, John Nadeau)

32 BBY


Ki-Adi-Mundi is confident that the young Cereans ganging up on him pose no real danger to his person, and easily throws them off when he wants to.

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-Republic #1: Prelude to Rebellion Part 1 (1998, Jan Strnad, Anthony Winn)

Ki-Adi-Mundi, with his Aryx mount, fends off six thugs armed with knives, chains, and crowbars while unarmed.

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-Republic #2: Prelude to Rebellion Part 2 (1999, Jan Strnad, Anthony Winn)

Even as he cautions A’Sharad Hett that the Red Iaro terrorists are skilled combatants, Ki-Adi-Mundi dispatches one of their sentries with a blow to the face.

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-Republic #16: Emissaries to Malastare Part 4 (2000, Timothy Truman, Tom Lyle, Jan Duursema)

S-Canon


19 BBY


Ki-Adi-Mundi has +14 Grapple.

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-The Clone Wars Campaign Guide (2009, J.D. Wiker, Patrick Stutzman, Rodney Thompson)

Piloting


C-Canon


32 BBY


Ki-Adi-Mundi copilots his ship with FLTCH R-1 as it descends to Tatooine’s surface.

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-Republic #5: Prelude to Rebellion Part 5 (1999, Jan Strnad, John Nadeau)

Ki-Adi-Mundi copilots his ship with FLTCH R-1 to Jabba’s Palace, evading four of Jabba’s more agile starfighters, duping them into destroying themselves by baiting them into a sandstorm.

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-Republic #5: Prelude to Rebellion Part 5 (1999, Jan Strnad, John Nadeau)
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-Republic #6: Prelude to Rebellion Part 6 (1999, Jan Strnad, John Nadeau)

30 BBY


Ki-Adi-Mundi pilots the Jedi Cruiser with A’Sharad Hett, with Adi Gallia aboard.

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-Republic #29: The Hunt for Aurra Sing Part 2 (2001, Timothy Truman, Davide Fabbri)

Ki-Adi-Mundi, Anakin Skywalker, Plo Koon, and Adi Gallia engage a small fleet of pirate vessels, eliminating the command cruiser and several fighters.

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-Republic #62: No Man’s Land (2004, John Ostrander, Tomas Giorello)

Ki-Adi-Mundi and Anakin pilot to Riflor.

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-Republic #62: No Man’s Land (2004, John Ostrander, Tomas Giorello)

S-Canon


32 BBY


Ki-Adi-Mundi has a +7 to Pilot skill.

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-Power of the Jedi Sourcebook (2002, J.D. Wiker, Michael Mikaelian, Jeff Grubb, Owen K.C. Stephens, James Maliszewski)

19 BBY


Ki-Adi-Mundi has +12 to Pilot skill.

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-The Clone Wars Campaign Guide (2009, J.D. Wiker, Patrick Stutzman, Rodney Thompson)

Tactics/Wisdom/Intelligence


G-Canon


19 BBY


As the war goes along, Ki-Adi-Mundi recognizes the threat that Palpatine’s political schemes pose, and advises action against him.

Star Wars Databank: Ki-Adi-Mundi - From the Movies wrote:Like his fellow Jedi, Ki-Adi-Mundi became a general in the Clone Wars, leading clone trooper infantry on campaigns scattered throughout the galaxy. He still retained his high position on the Jedi Council, remotely attending council sessions via hologram.
During the Outer Rim Sieges, as the Clone Wars were nearing their end, Ki-Adi-Mundi was stationed on the Banking Clan stronghold world of Mygeeto. There, he led the Galactic Marine clone troopers with Commander Bacara.
He stayed in touch with Coruscant as the Jedi Council was experiencing the changes initiated by Chancellor Palpatine. He grew wary of the Chancellor and his bids for increased executive power. When the upper tier of the Jedi Council -- himself, Yoda and Mace Windu -- discussed a possible course of action to remove the Chancellor, Ki-Adi-Mundi advised that the Jedi order would have to take control of the Senate in the interim, to ensure a secure transition of power. Taken out of context, such discourse would be branded treason -- it was a disturbing sign at just how unstable the democracy of the Republic had become

Silas Carson plays the Ki-Adi-Mundi as a being of great and ancient wisdom.

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tatooinetimes.com: From Ki-Adi-Mundi to Nute Gunray: Interview with Silas Carson (2020, Fabio Fiori)
(credit to Ghost of Grievous)

C-Canon


General


As a Cerean, Ki-Adi-Mundi has an extra powerful binary brain and a respect for nature.

Fact File #23: MUN 1-2 (2002, Christopher Cerasi) wrote:Mundi came from the Outer-Rim planet of Cerea. The Cereans, possessing enlarged binary brains and two hearts, lived in harmony with their environment, never joining the distant Republic even by the time Ki-Adi-Mundi had become a Jedi Master in his own right. Technology was rejected in favour of maintaining the unspoilt nature of Cerea. Unfortunately, a planet so rich in natural resources, and with such a peace-loving, seemingly naive and innocent people, attracted all sorts of predatory beings and bandits.
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Fact File #37: MUN 3-4 (2002, Christopher Cerasi) wrote:As a Cerean, Ki-Adi-Mundi benefitted from the enlarged cranium and binary brain common to that species. However, this increased intellectual capacity did have a downside, making Mundi prone to bouts of excessive introspection.
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Clone Wars US Magazine #2 (2010, Andrew James) wrote:Cereans have binary brains, along with an additional heart in their heads, that allows them to quickly look at both sides of a given issue.
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As a Cerean, Ki-Adi-Mundi has extraordinary thinking abilities and incredible attention to detail, and is perhaps capable of contemplating both the dark and light sides of the Force at the same time.

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-New Essential Guide to Alien Species (2006, Ann Margaret Lewis, Helen Keier)

Ki-Adi-Mundi is especially talented at military strategy and diplomacy.

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-The Clone Wars Character Encyclopedia (2010, Jason Fry)

Ki-Adi-Mundi’s Cerean brain gives him extra thinking power, distinguishing him for his intelligence even among the Jedi Council during the Clone Wars and other Jedi business.

Mysteries of the Jedi (2011, Elizabeth Dowsett, Shari Last) wrote:As a Cerean, Ki-Adi-Mundi believes in a simple way of life, and this simplicity serves him well as a Jedi. His large Cerean brain gives him extra thinking power and earns him a well-deserved seat on the Jedi High Council.

BRAINY GENERAL
The outbreak of the Clone Wars sees Ki-Adi-Mundi’s insightful and logical mind put to work on the battlefield. He leads his troops with honor and survives the conflict, only to die in the Jedi Purge.
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Fandex Deluxe Edition (2008, Christopher Cerasi) wrote:Ki-Adi-Mundi was a long-term member of the Jedi Council whose wisdom and clarity were much valued by his fellow Jedi.

67 BBY


Ki-Adi-Mundi overcomes his desire for revenge and keeps Bin-Garda-Zon alive, dispersing his former band, becoming wiser from the experience.

Fact File #37: MUN 3-4 (2002, Christopher Cerasi) wrote:Bin-Garda-Zon – a tattered shadow of his former self – had been reduced to a slave, cleaning up after the pig-like oorgs. Mundi escaped his captivity and, in a second battle, defeated the bandit queen. Zon made a final, pathetic effort to kill Ki-Adi-Mundi – a thrown knife that Ki easily batted aside with the Force. Mundi left Zon alive, and demanded the bandits disperse.

Victorious, and wiser for the confrontation, Jedi Knight Ki-Adi-Mundi remained on Cerea, protecting his world. A frequent adviser to the high council of Cerea at the world’s capital, Tecave City, Mundi felt he had found his place in the galaxy. The Force, however, had a greater role in store for him.
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43 BBY


Ki-Adi-Mundi’s binary brain allowed him to sort through information on a scale that made him easily one of the Jedi Order’s best analysts.

Jedi Apprentice: The Evil Experiment (2001, Jude Watson) wrote:Tahl's sightless green-and-gold striped eyes were filled with frustration. She shook her head, her lips tightening. "I've got every contact working, Obi-Wan," she told him. "Giett has returned from his long mission and is back on the Council, so Ki-Adi-Mundi is helping with the galactic search. We could not ask for a better analyst."

Obi-Wan nodded. Ki-Adi-Mundi had stood in for Giett on the Jedi Council for a time. With his binary brain, he was able to sift through an extraordinary amount of information and analyze it.

32 BBY


Ki-Adi-Mundi rejects Representative Silais with more eloquent scorn than ever before experienced by a Republic Representative, rebutting his postulations to such a degree that voting is ruled completely unnecessary.

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-Republic #1: Prelude to Rebellion Part 1 (1998, Jan Strnad, Anthony Winn)

Ki-Adi-Mundi instantly recognizes the trap set by Jabba the Hutt and Ephant Mon, and comes up with his own counter-plan.

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-Republic #6: Prelude to Rebellion Part 6 (1999, Jan Strnad, John Nadeau)

Ki-Adi-Mundi’s plan comes to fruition as he successfully rescues his daughter and tricks the Trade Federation craft into letting J1M aboard their craft to copy their cargo manifest.

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-Republic #6: Prelude to Rebellion Part 6 (1999, Jan Strnad, John Nadeau)

Ki-Adi-Mundi is chosen to be a Councilor in part due to the Council's respect for his wisdom.

Hasbro: Attack of the Clones Ki-Adi-Mundi 1/6 Scale Action Figure (2002) wrote:A Jedi Knight, Ki-Adi-Mundi is the only member of the Jedi Council who is not a Jedi Master, which indicates the high value placed upon his skills by the other Council members. A Cerean from the planet Cerea, he has a unique ability to control the thoughts, emotions and other brain waves of creatures.
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Ki-Adi-Mundi is an outworlder of much intelligent universal smartness.

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-Republic #8: Outlander Part 2 (1999, Timothy Truman, Rick Leonardi)

30-22 BBY


The Jedi High Council needed Ki-Adi-Mundi’s practical thinking, and he rarely ever made mistakes in his judgment.

Fact File #140: MUN 5-6 (2004, Chris Spitale, Jane Irene Kelly, Andrew Darling, Matthew Harvey, Iain Lowson) wrote:Ki-Adi-Mundi accepted A’Sharad Hett’s choice in a pragmatic fashion and turned his attention to serving the Jedi Council. There were dark times ahead, and the Council needed Ki-Adi-Mundi’s practical thinking. However, the gathering Separatist crisis caused Ki-Adi-Mundi to make a rare fault of judgement. He could not believe that Count Dooku, an ex-Jedi he had known at the Temple, could be implicated in any serious wrongdoing.
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22 BBY


Ki-Adi-Mundi’s ability to recover from his family’s passing without turning to the Dark Side is attributed to his mental fortitude.

Fact File #140: MUN 5-6 (2004, Chris Spitale, Jane Irene Kelly, Andrew Darling, Matthew Harvey, Iain Lowson) wrote:Tragedy struck Ki-Adi-Mundi when his entire family was wiped out in the Battle of Cerea. While weaker Jedi would have fallen into darkness, Ki-Adi-Mundi managed to apply himself to his work and overcome his grief. There was little time for mourning, as he soon found himself in the thick of battle once again.
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Ki-Adi-Mundi thinks to take one of the lightsabers from General Grievous’s belt when he finds himself disarmed.

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-Clone Wars Chapter 20 (2004)

20 BBY


Ki-Adi-Mundi is characterized as wise, powerful, and authoritative.

Living Force Campaign: The Way of the Force (2004, Ron Heintz) wrote:Give the players a chance to let it sink in that yes, this is one of the Jedi Councilors from the movies. No stats are provided for Ki-Adi-Mundi, although he can be found in Powers of the Jedi, p. 119. No stats are needed, really. He is wise, calm, powerful, authoritative and, here, friendly. Incidentally, he has several wives, but does not feel that he needs to discuss Jedi traditions right here and now. If pressed, he merely says, “As we Cereans are fond of saying, there are many sides to arguments, and many ways of accomplishing the same goal. As you yourselves have proven.”

19 BBY


According to Mace Windu, Ki-Adi-Mundi is one of the greatest minds in the Jedi Order.

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-Obsession #4 (2005, Haden Blackman, Brian Ching)

As the war goes along, Ki-Adi-Mundi recognizes the threat that Palpatine’s political schemes pose, and advises action against him.

Battlefront II: 501st Journal (2005) wrote:Keeping Mundi in the dark wasn’t easy. The Jedi had become increasingly wary of the Chancellor’s doings, ever on the lookout for the slightest hint of treachery. Just like the rest of them though, he never caught whiff of what was really going on until it was far too late.


The Complete Star Wars Encyclopedia (2008, Pablo Hidalgo, Steven Sansweet) wrote:Like his fellow Jedi, Ki-Adi-Mundi became a general in the Clone Wars, leading clone trooper infantry on campaigns scattered throughout the galaxy. He still retained his high position on the Jedi Council, remotely attending council sessions via hologram. During the Outer Rim Sieges, as the Clone wars were nearing their end, Ki-Adi-Mundi was stationed on the Banking Clan stronghold world of Mygeeto. There, he led the Galactic Marine clone troopers with Commander Bacara. He stayed in touch with Coruscant as the Jedi council was experiencing the changes initiated by Chancellor Palpatine. He grew wary of the Chancellor and his bids for increased executive power.

When the upper tier of the Jedi Council – himself, Yoda, and Mace Windu – discussed a possible course of action to remove the Chancellor, Ki-Adi-Mundi advised that the Jedi Order would have to take control of the Senate in the interim, to ensure a secure transition of power.
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S-Canon


32 BBY


Ki-Adi-Mundi has +7 to Will, an Intelligence of 14, a Wisdom of 14, a Charisma of 16, +6 Knowledge of Cerea, and +8 Knowledge of Jedi Lore.

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-Power of the Jedi Sourcebook (2002, J.D. Wiker, Michael Mikaelian, Jeff Grubb, Owen K.C. Stephens, James Maliszewski)

21 BBY


Ki-Adi-Mundi is rated 23 (out of 25) in Wisdom.

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-Top Trumps Rise of the Bounty Hunters (2010)

19 BBY


Ki-Adi-Mundi has a Will of 29, is immune to Fear Effects, has an Intelligence of 14, a Wisdom of 14, and a Charisma of 16.

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-The Clone Wars Campaign Guide (2009, J.D. Wiker, Patrick Stutzman, Rodney Thompson)

Ki-Adi-Mundi is rated as a 17 in Intelligence.

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-German Top Trumps Episodes I-III (2012)

Ki-Adi-Mundi is rated as a 9 (out of 10) in Intelligence and an 8 (out of 10) in Diplomacy.

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-Galactic Files Series 2 (2013)


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This part of the Respect Thread will focus on Ki-Adi-Mundi's authority, as well as provide a summary of the rest of the thread.

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Reputation/Authority


G-Canon


32 BBY


Ki-Adi-Mundi is on the Jedi Council to Yoda’s right, and is one of the three Councilors to speak during the session, along with Yoda and Mace Windu.



-The Phantom Menace (1999)

In the screenplay of the Phantom Menace, Ki-Adi-Mundi is the only one of three Jedi to be named, along with Yoda and Mace Windu, and is here implied to have similar or greater authority compared to even Yoda.

Episode I Illustrated Screenplay (1999, George Lucas) wrote:Qui-Gon stands in a tall stately room. Twelve Jedi sit in a semicircle. Obi-Wan stands behind Qui-Gon in the center of the room. The Senior Jedi is Mace Windu. To his left is an alien Jedi named Ki-Adi-Mundi, and to his right, the Jedi Master, Yoda.

22 BBY


Ki-Adi-Mundi is one of the four Jedi Council Members to meet with Supreme Chancellor Palpatine, along with Yoda, Mace Windu, and Plo Koon. As shown later in the film, the rest of the Council was on-planet at the time. He is seated to Mace Windu’s left and Plo Koon’s right. The other Jedi present, non-Councilors, stand and do not speak throughout the proceedings.


-Attack of the Clones (2002)

Ki-Adi-Mundi is still on the Jedi Council to Yoda’s right.


-Attack of the Clones (2002)

Ki-Adi-Mundi, along with Plo Koon, leads a team of Jedi to take over a droid control ship during the battle of Geonosis.


-Attack of the Clones Blu-ray Behind the Scenes (2002)

19 BBY


Ki-Adi-Mundi is yet again on the Jedi Council to Yoda’s right, and is one of the four members of the Council to speak during the session, the other three being Yoda, Mace Windu, and Obi-Wan Kenobi.


-Revenge of the Sith (2005)

According to George Lucas, Ki-Adi-Mundi is a part of the “senior triumvirate” of the Jedi High Council, along with Yoda and Mace Windu.

The Making of Revenge of the Sith (2005, J.W. Rinzler) wrote:Lucas looks over the composition of the Council members and has one alien change chairs. Jackson asks whether, when Anakin arrives in the room, he can point Anakin to a seat. Lucas agrees that it’d be a good idea.
“Is there someone I’d be addressing in particular?” Hayden asks.
“Yoda, Ki-Adi-Mundi, or Mace – the senior triumvirate,” Lucas answers.
During the first rehearsal, Christensen paces to show Anakin’s displeasure with the Council. But Lucas explains, “You can’t really wander around while you’re arguing with them. It’s more West Point.”
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Ki-Adi-Mundi maintained a high position on the Jedi High Council throughout the war, being one of the three Jedi composing its upper tier, along with Yoda and Mace Windu.

Star Wars Databank: Ki-Adi-Mundi - From the Movies wrote:Like his fellow Jedi, Ki-Adi-Mundi became a general in the Clone Wars, leading clone trooper infantry on campaigns scattered throughout the galaxy. He still retained his high position on the Jedi Council, remotely attending council sessions via hologram.
During the Outer Rim Sieges, as the Clone Wars were nearing their end, Ki-Adi-Mundi was stationed on the Banking Clan stronghold world of Mygeeto. There, he led the Galactic Marine clone troopers with Commander Bacara.
He stayed in touch with Coruscant as the Jedi Council was experiencing the changes initiated by Chancellor Palpatine. He grew wary of the Chancellor and his bids for increased executive power. When the upper tier of the Jedi Council -- himself, Yoda and Mace Windu -- discussed a possible course of action to remove the Chancellor, Ki-Adi-Mundi advised that the Jedi order would have to take control of the Senate in the interim, to ensure a secure transition of power. Taken out of context, such discourse would be branded treason -- it was a disturbing sign at just how unstable the democracy of the Republic had become.

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Ki-Adi-Mundi became a respected Jedi Knight, despite his late induction into the Order.

Fact File #37: MUN 3-4 (2002, Christopher Cerasi) wrote:Although Ki-Adi-Mundi began his training relatively late – he was four years old – under the tutelage of Master Yoda, he became a respected Jedi Knight.
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Ki-Adi-Mundi is one of the three most senior Council members, along with Yoda and Mace Windu.

Mysteries of the Jedi (2011, Elizabeth Dowsett, Shari Last) wrote:Ki-Adi-Mundi, Mace, and Yoda are the three most senior Council members.
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67 BBY


Ki-Adi-Mundi was made watchman of his homeworld, but the Force itself had a greater role on the Jedi Council in store for Mundi.

Fact File #37: MUN 3-4 (2002, Christopher Cerasi) wrote:Victorious, and wiser for the confrontation, Jedi Knight Ki-Adi-Mundi remained on Cerea, protecting his world. A frequent adviser to the high council of Cerea at the world’s capital, Tecave City, Mundi felt he had found his place in the galaxy. The Force, however, had a greater role in store for him.
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43 BBY


Ki-Adi-Mundi sometimes acted as a stand-in for Micah Giiett before being made an official member of the Jedi High Council himself.

Jedi Apprentice: The Evil Experiment (2001, Jude Watson) wrote:Tahl's sightless green-and-gold striped eyes were filled with frustration. She shook her head, her lips tightening. "I've got every contact working, Obi-Wan," she told him. "Giett has returned from his long mission and is back on the Council, so Ki-Adi-Mundi is helping with the galactic search. We could not ask for a better analyst."

Obi-Wan nodded. Ki-Adi-Mundi had stood in for Giett on the Jedi Council for a time. With his binary brain, he was able to sift through an extraordinary amount of information and analyze it.

33-32 BBY


Ki-Adi-Mundi impressed the rest of the Jedi Order due to his abilities, and was one of the few Jedi to gain a permanent seat on the High Council before becoming a Master, taking the spot of the respected Jedi Master Micah Giiett.

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-Republic #6: Prelude to Rebellion Part 6 (1999, Jan Strnad, John Nadeau)

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-Jedi Council: Acts of War #4 (2000, Randy Stradley, Davide Fabbri)

Hasbro: Attack of the Clones Ki-Adi-Mundi 1/6 Scale Action Figure (2002) wrote:A Jedi Knight, Ki-Adi-Mundi is the only member of the Jedi Council who is not a Jedi Master, which indicates the high value placed upon his skills by the other Council members. A Cerean from the planet Cerea, he has a unique ability to control the thoughts, emotions and other brain waves of creatures.
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The New Essential Guide to Characters (2002, Daniel Wallace) wrote:A Jedi Knight as of the Battle of Naboo, he was the only non-master on the Council. Ki-Adi-Mundi took up his Council seat following the death of Master Micah Giiett, though he had previously “sat in” on Council meetings when other members were away on missions.

The New Essential Chronology (2005, Daniel Wallace, Kevin J. Anderson) wrote:The Jedi Council failed to apply any learnings from the debacle, passing over the iconoclastic Qui-Gon Jinn for Micah Giiett's Jedi Council seat in favor of the by-the-book Cerean Jedi Ki-Adi-Mundi.

Fandex Deluxe Edition (2008, Christopher Cerasi) wrote:Hailing from the planet Cerea, Ki-Adi-Mundi became a Padawan to Master Yoda at the age of four. His ability to manipulate objects with his mind, perhaps a result of his binary brain, which was supported by his binary heart, made him an extremely powerful Jedi. He was one of the few Jedi allowed to take on a wife (due in part to the dearth of males on his home planet) and the only Jedi to receive a seat on the Jedi Council prior to attaining the title of Jedi Master.

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-The Clone Wars Campaign Guide (2009, J.D. Wiker, Patrick Stutzman, Rodney Thompson)

Star Wars Databank: Ki-Adi-Mundi wrote:Following his exploits on Tatooine, Ki-Adi-Mundi was invited to permanently join the Jedi Council, filling a space left vacant by the recently deceased Master Micah Giiett. It was at this time that he was officially granted the rank of Master.

Ki-Adi-Mundi’s position on the Jedi Council is well-deserved.

Mysteries of the Jedi (2011, Elizabeth Dowsett, Shari Last) wrote:As a Cerean, Ki-Adi-Mundi believes in a simple way of life, and this simplicity serves him well as a Jedi. His large Cerean brain gives him extra thinking power and earns him a well-deserved seat on the Jedi High Council.
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32 BBY


Ki-Adi-Mundi, like the other members of the Jedi Council, is a vital part of it.

The Phantom Menace novelization (1999, Terry Brooks) wrote:He stood apart in the mosaic circle that formed a speaker’s platform for those who addressed the Council, his tall, broad form and deep voice commanding the attention of those gathered, his blue eyes fixing them each in turn, constantly searching for a reaction to his words. They watched him carefully—stately Ki-Adi-Mundi, young and beautiful Adi Gallia, slender Depa Billaba, crested and marble-faced Even Piell, and all the others, each different and unique in appearance, each with something vital to offer as a representative of the Council.

Ki-Adi-Mundi is regarded as a celebrated hero among the Jedi.

Episode I Adventures #15: The Final Battle (2000, A. L. Singer) wrote:"Impossible!" exclaimed Ki-Adi-Mundi, the celebrated hero from the planet Cerea, whose curious high-domed forehead contained a second heart. "The Sith have been extinct for a millennium!"

Ki-Adi-Mundi is known to Sharad Hett, either meaning his reputation has spread as far as the wilderness of Tatooine or that he was already well-known before Sharad’s departure 15 years before.

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-Republic #10: Outlander Part 4 (1999, Timothy Truman, Rick Leonardi)

On taking A’Sharad Hett as his Padawan, Ki-Adi-Mundi was promoted to the rank of Jedi Master.

Fandex Deluxe Edition (2008, Christopher Cerasi) wrote:Hailing from the planet Cerea, Ki-Adi-Mundi became a Padawan to Master Yoda at the age of four. His ability to manipulate objects with his mind, perhaps a result of his binary brain, which was supported by his binary heart, made him an extremely powerful Jedi. He was one of the few Jedi allowed to take on a wife (due in part to the dearth of males on his home planet) and the only Jedi to receive a seat on the Jedi Council prior to attaining the title of Jedi Master. This honor would come shortly after the Battle of Naboo, when Mundi took A’Sharad Hett, the son of a former Jedi named Sharad Hett, to be his Padawan, and was thereby officially designated a full-fledged Jedi Master.

30 BBY


Ki-Adi-Mundi seems to take leadership over Adi Gallia in the hunt for Aurra Sing.

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-Republic #28: The Hunt for Aurra Sing Part 1 (2001, Timothy Truman, Davide Fabbri)

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-Republic #29: The Hunt for Aurra Sing Part 2 (2001, Timothy Truman, Davide Fabbri)

A’Sharad compliments Ki-Adi-Mundi as being an exceptionally good Jedi teacher.

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-Republic #30: The Hunt for Aurra Sing Part 3 (2001, Timothy Truman, Davide Fabbri)

22 BBY


Ki-Adi-Mundi is one of the senior members of the Jedi High Council.

Attack of the Clones junior novelization (2002, Patricia C. Wrede) wrote:Yoda approved of the windows, but the rest failed to impress him. Earned it, the Chancellor certainly had -- no one could say he had not worked hard for the Republic and for peace. But Jedi preferred simpler surroundings, though none of the senior members of the Jedi Council who had come to discuss the situation with Chancellor Palpatine would ever have said so. The luxury made Yoda's ears twitch.

"I don't know how much longer I can hold off the vote, my friends," the Chancellor told the four Jedi facing him. His soft voice sounded tired. "More and more star systems are joining the Separatists."

Ki-Adi-Mundi is one of the top-ranking Jedi.

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-starwars.com: Palpatine Biography Gallery (Dan Brooks, 2014?)

Ki-Adi-Mundi goes with Yoda and Mace Windu to represent the Jedi Order during its time of crisis.

Attack of the Clones novelization (2002, R.A. Salvatore) wrote:The calm beauty of the Republic Executive Building on Coruscant, with its streaming fountains and reflecting pools, ridged columns and flowing statues, masked the turmoil within. The word had passed, from Obi-Wan to Yoda and the Jedi Council, and now from them to the Chancellor and leaders of the Senate, that the Republic was crumbling. The mood inside Chancellor Palpatine’s office was both somber and frantic, everyone overwhelmed by a sense of despair and a need to act, frustrated by the apparent lack of options.

Yoda, Mace Windu, and Ki-Adi-Mundi represented the Jedi, lending an air of calm against the nervous energy of Senators Bail Organa and Ask Aak, and Representative Jar Jar Binks. Behind his great desk, Palpatine listened to it all with apparent despair, his aide, Mas Amedda, standing beside him, seeming on the verge of tears.

Ki-Adi-Mundi is noted to lead the attack on the Droid Control Ship over Plo Koon and the other Jedi.

Insider #62: Who’s Who in the Jedi Order (2002, Dave Gross, Michael Mikaelian, Michelle Vuckovich) wrote:Later, as a Jedi Master, Ki-Adi fought at the Battle of Geonosis, serving as a key member of a raiding party that was captured even as battle raged in the arena. He was herded into the arena with the other Jedi just in time for the Republic’s clone armies to arrive.
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Insider #87: Destroy All Jedi (2006, Daniel Wallace) wrote:Ki-Adi-Mundi led the failed assault on the Droid Control Ship during the Battle of Geonosis, and barely survived a fight with General Grievous on Hypori.
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Ki-Adi-Mundi, along with Mace Windu, is noted to have led the clone trooper assault from the assembly area during the Battle of Geonosis.

Fact File Relaunched #86 (2014, De Agostini) wrote:The clone army was made even more effective by the field leadership of powerful Jedi warriors. Masters Mace Windu and Ki-Adi-Mundi led attacks from the Republic assembly area.
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Ki-Adi-Mundi meets with Yoda and Mace Windu in Yoda’s chambers, entrusted with secrets kept from even trusted Jedi Masters such as Agen Kolar.

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-Republic #54: Double Blind (2003, John Ostrander, Jan Duursema)

Ki-Adi-Mundi holds ultimate authority on the invasion of the planet Aargonar, able to decide whether or not to withdraw from the planet or not, over Jedi including Bultar Swan, A’Sharad Hett, Anakin Skywalker, and Bhat Jul.

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-Republic #59: Enemy Lines (2003, John Ostrander, Jan Duursema)

The Jedi Council entrusts Ki-Adi-Mundi with training Anakin Skywalker to knighthood when Obi-Wan Kenobi is believed to be killed in action.

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-Republic #61: Dead Ends (2004, John Ostrander, Brandon Badeaux)

21 BBY


The bounty of 350,000 credits put on Ki-Adi-Mundi’s head by Asajj Ventress equals that of Obi-Wan Kenobi, and surpasses those of Shaak Ti and Anakin Skywalker.

Insider #73: CIS Shadowfeed 15:01:15 Edition (2004, Pablo Hidalgo) wrote:Topping this bounty list are Jedi Generals Mace Windu and Yoda, each valued at 1,250,000 credits. Notable additions and increases to the list include General Obi-Wan Kenobi (350,000 credits), General Ki-Adi-Mundi (350,000 credits), and General Shaak Ti (300,000 credits). The highest-valued non-General is Padawan Anakin Skywalker, who gained notoriety following his exploits on Skye, Virujansi, and Aargonar.
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20 BBY


Ki-Adi-Mundi sits on the Council of Reconciliation to Oppo Rancisis’s right.

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-Republic #71: Dreadnoughts of Rendili Part 3 (2004, John Ostrander, Jan Duursema)

Ki-Adi-Mundi is characterized as wise, powerful, and authoritative.

Living Force Campaign: The Way of the Force (2004, Ron Heintz) wrote:Give the players a chance to let it sink in that yes, this is one of the Jedi Councilors from the movies. No stats are provided for Ki-Adi-Mundi, although he can be found in Powers of the Jedi, p. 119. No stats are needed, really. He is wise, calm, powerful, authoritative and, here, friendly. Incidentally, he has several wives, but does not feel that he needs to discuss Jedi traditions right here and now. If pressed, he merely says, “As we Cereans are fond of saying, there are many sides to arguments, and many ways of accomplishing the same goal. As you yourselves have proven.”

Ki-Adi-Mundi is entrusted to debrief Master Lanius Qel-Bertuk and the heroes of the Living Force campaign and decide whether the Jedi Academy of Almas should be allowed to persist.

Living Force Campaign: The Way of the Force (2004, Ron Heintz) wrote:Master Lanius and Almas are undergoing their own trial, but he does not tell the heroes that until the end of the mission. The methods and very existence of the Almas Academy, with its unorthodox admission policy and training methods, is facing judgement. Lanius has a very important visitor, all the way from the Jedi Temple on Coruscant, and he anticipates receiving his “grades” soon. The heroes meet Master Ki-Adi-Mundi, of the Jedi Council, at their debriefing.

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As you come in and the door slides shut behind you, a tall, elderly Cerean in the robes of a Jedi Master rises to greet you.

Master Lanius moves to him and then turns to face your group.

“, I have the honor to introduce to you Master Ki-Adi-Mundi, member of the Jedi Council, of the Jedi Temple on Coruscant.”

The Jedi smiles, and whether sensitive to the Force or not, you can feel the restrained power radiating from him.

“Please,” he says, “let us all sit. I have been observing your lesson with great interest, teachers. But talking is dry work, and there are refreshments here.”

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Not all was as it seemed in the mission. The heroes are invited to explain the decisions they made to the Padawans, and to take questions. At the debriefing, it is revealed that the Droid revolt (Encounter 2) was a traditional Almas test that was being retired this year. As well, it was well known that the crystal deposit belonged to someone (Encounter 3). Ki-Adi-Mundi gives his verdict on Almas’ Jedi program.

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Key ideas of this encounter: Ki-Adi-Mundi reveals his decision regarding the extension of Almas’ right to train Jedi as Master Lanius has been doing it. It is revealed that not all was as it seemed, during the tests. The heroes are asked to go after the Black Queen.

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Ki-Adi-Mundi turns to Lanius and says:
“I can now see why Master Yoda, when he sent me here, said that he wanted a Jedi who could carefully weigh both sides of an argument. It is as you have said, Master Qel-Bertok. The Jedi of Cularin, at least, can stand to benefit from the worldly wisdom afforded by those from outside the Order. They can also learn from those who have come late to join it. I still perceive great dangers in your unorthodox methods, but I have decided that they are balanced by the benefits.”

He glances at you.

“So, Lanius, since you placed so much faith in these people, to put your own future and the future of this Academy in their hands, I do not think that you will mind them hearing the results of your Trial: your probationary period is at an end. You are confirmed as Master of this Academy, and its tenure is extended.

“With the current upheaval, I will not hide from these good people that some argued that this Academy be closed. It is still a worry that further controversy about the Jedi, and our methods and training, could add fuel to the fires of mistrust.”

Lanius’ expression has not changed overmuch: a Jedi Master is good at controlling his feelings, if need be. Still, you unmistakably felt a sense of tension relax – perhaps your own? However, Lanius seems now to be bracing himself to deal with yet another problem. He draws a breath and then speaks, his expression serious.

“I have found out, from Snem Noonb, and based upon the reports of our helpers, here, that the Test of the Droid factory was tampered with, to make it more lethal than intended. It also seems that the incidents involving the smugglers and the street gang were set up from outside. Only someone who knew the parameters of this part of the Trials could have done so. Only one of our own students.”

Lanius sighs heavily.

“In the midst of this evening’s joy, sadness. My friends,” he says, turning to you, “I have one or two last inquiries to make, but I am convinced that one of the Almas Academy’s former students is now a criminal known as The Black Queen. She must be found and brought back to us, or she must be dealt with.

“For a mission of this sensitivity, I can think of no people better to ask than those I would entrust with teaching our Padawans. This would be a dangerous mission. Will you undertake it?

Obi-Wan Kenobi, himself a member of the Jedi Council, is summoned by Yoda and Ki-Adi-Mundi.

Shadow Conspiracy (2012, Jason Fry) wrote:On Coruscant, Obi-Wan Kenobi entered the Jedi Council’s war room, where Yoda and Ki-Adi-Mundi were waiting for him.

“You summoned me, Masters?” he asked politely.

The look on their faces told him he wouldn’t like the news.

19 BBY


Ki-Adi-Mundi’s courage is legendary throughout the galaxy, and his greatness is unquestionable.

Revenge of the Sith novelization (2005, Matthew Stover) wrote:Say what you will about the wisdom of ancient Master Yoda, or the deadly skill of grim Mace Windu, the courage of Ki-Adi-Mundi, or the subtle wiles of Shaak Ti; the greatness of all these Jedi is unquestioned, but it pales next to the legend that has grown around Kenobi and Skywalker.

They stand alone.

Together, they are unstoppable. Unbeatable. They are the ultimate go-to guys of the Jedi Order. When the Good Guys absolutely, positively have to win, the call goes out.

After Yoda, Mace Windu, and his master, Obi-Wan Kenobi, Ki-Adi-Mundi and Plo Koon are the foremost among Councilors whom Anakin was excited at the prospect of sitting near.

Revenge of the Sith novel (2005, Matthew Stover) wrote:"Anakin, I am asking you-as a personal favor to me, in respect for our long friendship-to accept a post as my personal representative on the Jedi Council." Anakin blinked. He blinked again. He said, "Me?"

"Who else?" Palpatine spread his hands in a melancholy shrug. "You are the only Jedi I know, truly know, that I can trust.

I need you, my boy. There is no one else who can do this job: to be the eyes and ears-and the voice-of the Republic on the Jedi Council."

"On the Council . . . ," Anakin murmured.

He could see himself seated in one of the low, curving chairs, opposite Mace Windu. Opposite Yoda. He might sit next to Ki-Adi-Mundi, or Plo Koon-or even beside Obi-Wan! And he could not quite ignore the quiet whisper, from down within the furnace doors that sealed his heart, that he was about to become the youngest Master in the twenty-five-thousand-year history of the Jedi Order...

Ki-Adi-Mundi is a Senior Member of the Jedi High Council.

Revenge of the Sith novel (2005, Matthew Stover) wrote:He moved slowly into the center of the circle of brown-toned carpet, and turned toward the Senior Members.

Yoda was unreadable as always, his rumpled features composed in a mask of serene contemplation.

Mace Windu could have been carved from stone.

Ghost-images of Ki-Adi-Mundi and Plo Koon hovered a centimeter above their Council seats, maintained by the seats' internal holoprojectors. Agen Kolar sat alone, between the empty -hairs belonging to Shaak Ti and Stass Allie.

Obi-Wan sat in the chair that once had belonged to Oppo Rancisis, looking pensive. Even worried.

Ki-Adi-Mundi maintained a high position on the Jedi High Council throughout the war, being one of the three Jedi composing its upper tier, along with Yoda and Mace Windu. He is a Jedi General of the highest order.

Battlefront II Prima Guide (2005, Michael Knight) wrote:Ki-Adi-Mundi became a general in the Clone Wars, leading clone trooper infantry on campaigns scattered throughout the galaxy. He still retained his high position on the Jedi Council, remotely attending council sessions via hologram. During the Outer Rim Sieges, as the Clone wars were nearing their end, Ki-Adi-Mundi was stationed on the Banking Clan stronghold world of Mygeeto. There, he led the Galactic Marine clone troopers.
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The Complete Star Wars Encyclopedia (2008, Pablo Hidalgo, Steven J. Sansweet) wrote:Like his fellow Jedi, Ki-Adi-Mundi became a general in the Clone Wars, leading clone trooper infantry on campaigns scattered throughout the galaxy. He still retained his high position on the Jedi Council, remotely attending council sessions via hologram. During the Outer Rim Sieges, as the Clone wars were nearing their end, Ki-Adi-Mundi was stationed on the Banking Clan stronghold world of Mygeeto. There, he led the Galactic Marine clone troopers with Commander Bacara. He stayed in touch with Coruscant as the Jedi council was experiencing the changes initiated by Chancellor Palpatine. He grew wary of the Chancellor and his bids for increased executive power.

When the upper tier of the Jedi Council – himself, Yoda, and Mace Windu – discussed a possible course of action to remove the Chancellor, Ki-Adi-Mundi advised that the Jedi Order would have to take control of the Senate in the interim, to ensure a secure transition of power.
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Top Trumps Rise of the Bounty Hunters (2010) wrote:Ki-Adi-Mundi is an alien representative who sits on the Jedi Council, with his distinctive conical cranium containing a binary brain. Like his fellow Jedi, he becomes a general during the Clone Wars, leading troops on infantry campaigns throughout the galaxy. While away from the Temple, he retains his high position on the Jedi Council, attending by hologram.
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-Revenge of the Sith Cinemanga

Obi-Wan Kenobi considers Ki-Adi-Mundi, along with Plo Koon and Adi Gallia, to be one of the great Jedi Masters of the Order.

The Last of the Jedi: The Desperate Mission (2005, Jude Watson) wrote:His dearest friends, Bant and Garen. The imperious Jocasta Nu. The gentle Ali Alann and Barriss Offee. The warriors — Shaak Ti, Kit Fisto, Luminara Unduli. And the great Jedi Masters — Ki-Adi-Mundi, Adi Gallia, Plo Koon...

Ki-Adi Mundi is a hero of heroes.

The Last Jedi (2013, Michael Reaves, Mara Kaathryn Bohnhoff) wrote:"They say," Yimmon said, "that the Force flows in the sap of forests like these."
"Who says?" Laranth came out onto the landing ramp to survey the Toprawan landscape.
"Ki-Adi-Mundi, for one," said Yimmon. A member of the Jedi High Council, Ki-Adi - a Cerean - had led the Grand Army of the Republic through several key battles, only to die in the violence and treachery of Order 66. He was a particular hero of Thi Xon Yimmon.
Laranth smiled. Jax knew what she was thinking - how bemusing that a man of Yimmon's heroic stature should have heroes of his own.
"Well then," she said, "if General Ki-Adi said it, it must be so." She stretched out a hand toward the trees and closed her eyes as if testing the truth of her own hero's words.

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32 BBY


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-Power of the Jedi Sourcebook (2002, J.D. Wiker, Michael Mikaelian, Jeff Grubb, Owen K.C. Stephens, James Maliszewski)

19 BBY


Ki-Adi-Mundi is rated as a 7 in Authority.

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-Top Trumps Clone Wars (2007)

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Star Wars Databank: Ki-Adi-Mundi wrote:Despite adherence to the Jedi philosophies, Ki was, in his hearts, a Cerean. He followed the Cerean custom of polygamous marriage, taking a bond wife, Shea, and four honor wives. He fathered seven daughters and became a strong community leader. Ki was granted this exception because of the low Cerean birthrate. He tried to remain unattached, but it was difficult. He felt this attachment all too deeply when his family was killed during the Clone Wars.

Power of the Jedi Sourcebook (2002, J.D. Wiker, Michael Mikaelian, Jeff Grubb, Owen K.C. Stephens, James Maliszewski) wrote:Ki-Adi-Mundi was unusual among Jedi Knights in that his Cerean heritage demanded that he take not just one wife (rare enough among the Jedi Order), but several. Consequently, Ki-Adi-Mundi spent most of his life on his homeworld of Cerea, helping to protect peace and justice and spending time with his wives and children.
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Insider #62: Who’s Who in the Jedi Order (2002, Dave Gross, Michael Mikaelian, Michelle Vuckovich) wrote:A cone-headed Jedi Knight from Cerea, Ki-Adi-Mundi was one of the few Jedi to marry and have children–a concession made in light of Cereans’ low birthrate.
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The New Essential Guide to Characters (2002, Daniel Wallace) wrote:This Jedi hailed from the green world of Cerea, where he had two wives and a daughter. The low birthrate of Cereans allowed Ki-Adi-Mundi to receive a special exemption from the Jedi edict that discouraged marriage.

Living Force Campaign: Padawannabes (2004, Ron Heintz) wrote:They want to hear the Jedi Code and what it means to the hero(es). They want to hear about life at the Academy. They want to see the lightsaber on. Well, come on, they want to see it chop through something. Meera would gladly let a Jedi slice a fruit off the top of her head— in fact any of them but Biko likely would. They want to know about the proscription on marriage, when it’s known that several Jedi, like the Coruscant Temple’s Ki-Adi-Mundi have married, sometimes more than once.

The New Essential Chronology (2005, Daniel Wallace, Kevin J. Anderson) wrote:Before Ki-Adi-Mundi accepted the Jedi Council’s offer to serve as one of their members, he returned to his homeworld of Cerea. Unlike other Jedi of the time, Ki-Adi-Mundi had children and several wives, a unique dispensation given to Cerean Jedi due to the species’ low birthrate.

Insider #87: Destroy All Jedi (2006, Daniel Wallace) wrote:Brought into the Order at the remarkably late age of 4, he was one of the only Jedi allowed to marry and have children (due to low birthrates on his homeworld of Cerea).
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Fandex Deluxe Edition (2008, Christopher Cerasi) wrote:Hailing from the planet Cerea, Ki-Adi-Mundi became a Padawan to Master Yoda at the age of four. His ability to manipulate objects with his mind, perhaps a result of his binary brain, which was supported by his binary heart, made him an extremely powerful Jedi. He was one of the few Jedi allowed to take on a wife (due in part to the dearth of males on his home planet) and the only Jedi to receive a seat on the Jedi Council prior to attaining the title of Jedi Master.

The Complete Star Wars Encyclopedia (2008, Pablo Hidalgo, Steven Sansweet) wrote:Over the next three decades, Ki-Adi-Mundi built a life for himself on Cerea while serving the Jedi Order faithfully. The low birthrate of the Cereans allowed him an exception to the Jedi edict that prohibited marriage and family, and he married his bond-wife Shea, and took four honor-wives. He also fathered seven daughters and became a respected member of the Cerean community.

The Clone Wars Character Encyclopedia (2010, Jason Fry) wrote:Ki-Adi-Mundi is a rarity among the Jedi: He is allowed to marry despite the Order’s forbidding of emotional attachment. The birth rate on Cerea is so low that Cerean Jedi can have families, though Ki-Adi-Mundi rarely gets to see his.

Character Encyclopedia (2011, Simon Beecroft) wrote:Ki-Adi-Mundi sits on the Jedi Council. He is a thoughtful Jedi who shows great skill and courage. Unusually for Jedi, Mundi is allowed to marry, since Cereans have an exceptionally low birth rate.
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Mysteries of the Jedi (2011, Elizabeth Dowsett, Shari Last) wrote:FAMILY MAN
Although Jedi are not allowed to marry or have children, a special exception is made for Ki-Adi-Mundi because the Cereans have a very low birthrate. Nevertheless, he always puts his duties as a Jedi ahead of his feelings, even when his family is killed in the Clone Wars.
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32 BBY


Powerful stance, powerful words.

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23 BBY


Ki-Adi-Mundi’s unapologetic gigachaddery puts the rest of the order in an awkward position.

Star Wars Adventures #3: The Hostage Princess (2002, Ryder Windham) wrote:“Please,” Obi-Wan said, rising to his feet. “I am unfamiliar with your customs regarding courtship and matrimony, and I regret if I have done anything to mislead either of you. But you must understand that I am… not available. I am a Jedi. And as such, my loyalty is to the Jedi Order.”

“You cannot marry?” asked the Skull Queen.

“That is correct.”

With a knowing smile, the Skull Queen said, “Ah, but I have heard of a Cerean Jedi Master named Ki-Adi-Mundi. Is he not married?”

Obi-Wan looked to Bultar Swan, who could plainly see that her fellow Jedi Knight did not want to answer any more of the Skull Queen’s questions. Remaining seated, Bultar leaned forward in her chair and said, “Because of the low birthrate of Cereans, Master Ki-Adi-Mundi is exempt from the Jedi edict that discourages marriage.”

The Skull Queen asked, “And has he been married long?”

“He has been with his wives for many years,” Bultar replied truthfully.

“Wives?” Calvaria said, surprised. “How many does he have?”

“Two,” Bultar said. “As I said, the Cerean birthrate is very low, and they—”

22 BBY


Anakin Skywalker is intimidated by Ki-Adi-Mundi’s ability to pull.

The New Essential Chronology (2005, Daniel Wallace, Kevin J. Anderson) wrote:Anakin refused to give up hope regarding Obi-Wan’s survival on Jabiim, but the Council did not share his optimism. Recognizing the need to keep Padawans paired with more experienced Jedi following the deaths in the Padawan Pack, the Council reassigned Anakin to Jedi Master Ki-Adi-Mundi. Though Master Mundi was hardly a typical Jedi – he had once married and raised a family – Anakin found it difficult to open up to him. Ki-Adi-Mundi was a dour man with other things on his mind than training a Padawan.

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Clone Wars Vol. 2 Creators Commentary (2005) wrote:[Bryan Andrews:] “Just a quickie, I think that these two characters have a secret love affair. Shaak Ti and Ki-Adi-Mundi – they’re very close.”

[Paul Rudish:] “It’s never talked about, it’s very secret. Hush hush.”


Anakin Skywalker and Karen Traviss cope and seethe.

The Clone Wars: No Prisoners (2009, Karen Traviss) wrote:Anakin felt the resentment, doubt, and bewilderment start to bubble up again. He stretched out on the sofa, his head resting on Padmé’s lap, and thought of one member of the Jedi Council.

Ki-Adi-Mundi’s got wives. Not just one. Five. And lots of daughters. Usual for a Cerean. But a Jedi?

The Cerean didn’t look as if he’d been corrupted by attachment. Nobody mentioned it; Jedi did marry, then, and the galaxy didn’t implode. This fact was the bantha in the dining room, the huge, silent, looming thing that everyone could see but nobody talked about, as if it wasn’t there at all, and had to be ignored at all costs.

Just because Cereans had a low birthrate, and too few males, they had to take wives. So Ki-Adi-Mundi could remain a Jedi, serve on the Council, and have a family. Suddenly none of this made sense to Anakin. The needs of Cerea had no bearing on it. Either attachment was a bad idea for Jedi, or it wasn’t.

Fine. Have it your way, Master Yoda. I feel no guilt about bending the rules to fit my heart if you bend the rules on the basis of species. Or expedience. Or whatever.

“They say love turns a Jedi to the dark side,” he said at last. “I can’t see how love can do that. But being forced to skulk around and lie—that’s a recipe for trouble. Now, look at Ki-Adi—”

The Clone Wars: No Prisoners (2009, Karen Traviss) wrote:“It might seem okay now,” Ahsoka said earnestly, “but the decisions you make won’t be the right ones. It’ll cloud your judgment. It’ll take you down a dark path.”

“Are you trying to save me?”

“Yes.” Ahsoka still didn’t take her eyes off the road, but she felt afraid. And it had nothing to do with the fact that they were in the middle of an invasion. “Please. I know you’re a sincere person. I feel it.”

“Do you think Ki-Adi-Mundi needs saving? He has wives and children.”

“He’s Cerean.” Ahsoka definitely wavered for a second then. “That’s different. They need to increase their population.”

“Why? Did the dark side give him an exemption? Not very dark, then, is it, if it lets you off in special cases?”

“He’s not attached to them. So it does no harm.”

21 BBY


Kal Skirata and Karen Traviss cope and seethe.

Republic Commando: True Colors (2007, Karen Traviss) wrote:No, there wasn’t. The fewer people who knew they were coming, the better. It would be hard to explain why two men in Mandalorian armor were blundering around a Separatist planet on the Republic’s tab without authorization, but the fewer the records of conversations, the easier it was to make events vanish. And Bacara wasn’t the kind to ask for ID first. Skirata didn’t want his useless Jedi general Ki-Adi-Mundi in the loop, either. Jedi hypocrites. It’s okay for Conehead to have a family, but they’ll bust Etain down to the Agricorps for it. Skirata would take his chances.

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Ki-Adi-Mundi is one of the most powerful Jedi at the Order’s peak, enough that it’s evident from the age of four that he’s especially gifted, gaining Yoda’s attention and apprenticeship. He is so powerful that even non Force sensitives can feel it.

Ki-Adi-Mundi’s species-inherent bimodal brain makes him one of the Council’s most intelligent members, lets him peer more deeply into the nature of the Force and its light and dark sides than would otherwise be possible, allows him to use the Force more efficiently than members of other species, and grants him base precognition already on par with the best of the Order before taking into consideration his own exceptional Force sensitivity, stated to more than make up for any slight physical hindrances the unwieldy skull might present to the point where it only plays into his dueling skill.

This perception comes into play when Ki-Adi-Mundi is able to sense incoming threats before An’ya Kuro at the tender age of four, and predicting the return of the Sith with greater precision than the likes of Yoda or Mace Windu later on. He is extremely keen at picking up on the thoughts of everyone around him, ally or enemy.

Ki-Adi-Mundi’s telekinetic powers are emphasized as a major part of what makes him one of the most powerful Jedi, and we see this in action as he is able to, while injured, lift and manipulate one of Jabba’s skiffs – certainly impressive even at face value, more so when one considers the medium.

Ki-Adi-Mundi is also not uninitiated with more obscure branches of Force use, demonstrating this by fixing a break in his shoulder, showing bone, in moments, with Force heal… nearly an unreplicated feat in terms of Force healing injuries.

Ki-Adi-Mundi is consistently shown to be very capable of integrating his physical abilities into combat, throwing in punches and kicks with his lightsaber strikes quite often, and demonstrating his willingness to maneuver with Force leaps and bursts of speed. Well-built to begin with, he enhances his abilities with the Force to be able to ragdoll trained mercenaries, resist extremely savage blows from General Grievous, and make it the best Asajj Ventress can do not to be overpowered by his strikes.

Above all else physically, Ki-Adi-Mundi is insanely resilient. I think it is extraordinarily telling that Mundi takes as much punishment as he does through the series, and the only, only time he is truly incapacitated before the fight is over is at his actual death. He tanks a skiff crash that kills everyone else aboard and submerges him completely in the sand. He fights Grievous, an inexhaustible machine literally made for the business of Jedi-killing, for minutes on end after every other Jedi with him is down for the count, after having already been exhausted in a devastating battle, after having been thrown into a mountain of wreckage that collapsed atop him. He is in a gunship that hits the ground and explodes into pieces not once, but twice, and gets out ready for more each time.

Ki-Adi-Mundi is regarded as being in the era’s top 10 duelists. It is a valid alternate scenario for him to take down Darth Maul in TPM. Excluding the other eleven members of the Jedi Council, he is the only person in the entire Jedi Order considered capable of taking down Dark Jedi Sharad Hett. During the battle in the Geonosian arena, Ki-Adi-Mundi is the one entrusted to take down the droid control ship, and succeeds in that mission. He is one of the last to board the gunships, a stand that is attributed to combative capabilities, and one of the few to survive the battle as a whole. Against General Grievous, Ki-Adi-Mundi does by far the best of his group, and holds out for a long while against the cyborg general despite adverse circumstances. Against Asajj Ventress, he drives her back for their entire duel. Against Garth Ezzar, though the fight is left vague, there is definite parity. The threat that Ki-Adi-Mundi represented was a factor that Palpatine took into consideration when timing his strike. The legendary nature of Ki-Adi-Mundi’s combat abilities make the famously ruthless Commander Bacara and his elite Galactic Marines wait until Mundi is at his most vulnerable to open fire, and even then Mundi hardly goes down without a fight.

Ki-Adi-Mundi is consistently grouped with Yoda and Mace Windu at the very top of the Jedi Order’s hierarchy, directly stated from the highest forms of canon to be in the top three most authoritative members of the Jedi Council, and implied repeatedly to be there in the films themselves. He is both a senior and lifelong member of the Council, having replaced Micah Giiett. Most other Councilors defer to him in authority. It is noted that the role is well-deserved and based on his actions.

Last, but not least, he pulls.

Ki-Adi Mundi is a very strong combatant. Respect him.

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March 13th 2023, 1:36 am
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March 13th 2023, 3:22 am
Excellent, excellent work.
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