Star Wars Confirms 3 Legends Jedi Are Canon (& Survived Order 66)

Djinn Altis has several appearances and mentions in Karen Traviss’ Republic Commando novels and the Castilla Ming novel trilogy, with his Jedi splinter group, the Altisian Jedi, allowing him and his students to survive Order 66 by working alongside clone troopers. Altis himself is believed to have died on Dathomir, likely running afoul of the planet’s dark side-using humans, the Nightsisters. His Jedi faction, however, had a strong influence on the New Jedi Order, as it stressed critical thinking, remaining close to the ordinary beings of the galaxy, and allowed both marriages and potential Jedi to join his faction at any age. His existence in canon, therefore, suggests that the Altisian Jedi might also have a canon counterpart.

Roganda Ismaren is the antagonist of the 1995 novel Children of the Jedi, having served as an Emperor’s Hand before Palpatine’s final death. Since Emperor’s Hands aren’t quite the same in canon as they are in Legends, the canon version of Ismaren would likely be an Inquisitor if she falls to the dark side and joins the Empire. The Legends version of Ismaren was born the same year as the Clone Wars’ onset, so she may still be a child in canon and not a fully-trained dark side user quite yet.

In Legends, Valin Halcyon survived the Jedi Purge by severing ties with the Jedi Order and changing his name to Hal Horn, and his original name showing up on Tala’s workshop wall suggests that he’s already evaded the Empire in canon. If this is the case, Hal Horn could appear in a future canon story if it takes place on Corellia, and perhaps his son, Corran, becomes one of Luke’s students in canon (which would, unfortunately, doom him to die at the hands of Kylo Ren). Like the other two Order 66 survivors, Valin Halcyon has a rich history in the Legends continuity that the Obi-Wan Kenobi series references in canon.

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Djinn Altis has several appearances and mentions in Karen Traviss’ Republic Commando novels and the Castilla Ming novel trilogy, with his Jedi splinter group, the Altisian Jedi, allowing him and his students to survive Order 66 by working alongside clone troopers. Altis himself is believed to have died on Dathomir, likely running afoul of the planet’s dark side-using humans, the Nightsisters. His Jedi faction, however, had a strong influence on the New Jedi Order, as it stressed critical thinking, remaining close to the ordinary beings of the galaxy, and allowed both marriages and potential Jedi to join his faction at any age. His existence in canon, therefore, suggests that the Altisian Jedi might also have a canon counterpart.

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Roganda Ismaren is the antagonist of the 1995 novel Children of the Jedi, having served as an Emperor’s Hand before Palpatine’s final death. Since Emperor’s Hands aren’t quite the same in canon as they are in Legends, the canon version of Ismaren would likely be an Inquisitor if she falls to the dark side and joins the Empire. The Legends version of Ismaren was born the same year as the Clone Wars’ onset, so she may still be a child in canon and not a fully-trained dark side user quite yet.
In Legends, Valin Halcyon survived the Jedi Purge by severing ties with the Jedi Order and changing his name to Hal Horn, and his original name showing up on Tala’s workshop wall suggests that he’s already evaded the Empire in canon. If this is the case, Hal Horn could appear in a future canon story if it takes place on Corellia, and perhaps his son, Corran, becomes one of Luke’s students in canon (which would, unfortunately, doom him to die at the hands of Kylo Ren). Like the other two Order 66 survivors, Valin Halcyon has a rich history in the Legends continuity that the Obi-Wan Kenobi series references in canon.

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Why Obi-Wan Can’t Talk To Qui-Gon Jinn’s Force Ghost
Did THAT Obi-Wan Kenobi Character Really Just Die?
Every Jedi Alive During Obi-Wan Kenobi’s Timeline

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