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Encyclopedia > Jedi Knights

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Jedi Knight - Wookieepedia, the Star Wars Wiki (1177 words)
Once a Padawan had passed the Jedi Trials, he or she was knighted by the Jedi Council and commissioned as an active member of the Jedi Order, free to participate in intergalactic peace-keeping, judicial, and diplomatic affairs.
Another notable example of New Jedi Order methods is Jaden Korr, who was knighted when he was told by means of an informal conversation with Luke Skywalker and Kyle Katarn, that Skywalker and Katarn had decided to promote Korr to the level of Jedi Knight due to his performance on Vjun.
Their knighting ceremony was a public spectacle held in the Great Temple in front of the assembled New Jedi Order and representatives of the New Republic and included a lightsaber salute from the current knights and a ballad of their deeds from Tionne.
Jedi - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (6330 words)
Jedi Knight is the most common rank of Jedi, hence, the title is also used, mostly by non-Jedi, to refer to any member of the order that has at least met the compulsory requirements of the Jedi Council.
The Jedi Council chamber in the Jedi Temple on Coruscant.
One of the Jedi casualties of this war was Anakin Solo, the youngest son of Han Solo and Leia Organa Solo, and Luke's nephew.
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