The best female characters in the franchise, ranked
The war of stars The universe hosts some of them the best characters in pop culture. From Obi-Wan Kenobi and Darth Vader to Yoda, Cad Bane, Boba Fett and Han Solo. However, there is one aspect that makes it stand out war of stars What stands out above any other franchise in history is the abundance of amazing female characters. Princess Leia, Padmé Amidala, Mon Mothma and of course Ahsoka Tano are just a few of the incredibly inspirational female characters in War of stars. To that end, here are the best female characters war of stars.
10 Fennec Shand
There are few bounty hunters as great as Fennec Shand. Her impressive sniping skills, unique design, and undying loyalty make her a formidable bounty hunter to have on our side. Top that off with a phenomenal performance of Ming Na WenAnd whether she’s lending her voice to Fennec Shand in an animated project or performing her own stunts and fight choreography on Disney+’s live-action shows, Ming-Na Wen helps make Fennec Shand an all-around inspirational and badass female character .
9 Mo Mothma
Many of the coolest characters in war of stars Even though they are warriors, Mon Mothma is still an incredibly inspirational character despite their little combat experience. Her role in the rise of the Rebellion is extremely important as she uses her political role on Coruscant to bring down the Empire. Mothma has always been a great character, but it wasn’t until the hit Disney+ war of stars series Andor that really went deep into her character and gave her something many inspiring monologues.
8th Hera Syndulla
This green Twi’lek is among the galaxy’s finest pilots and a key member of the lovable Ghost Crew of Star Wars: Rebels. Growing up on war-torn Ryloth with her freedom-fighter father and mother, Hera has always known war, which has shaped her into the awesome character we love rebels.
We’ve been waiting for her live-action debut for years, and thankfully we’ll finally be able to see her character in live-action in the coming year Ahsoka Series depicting Hera the Great Mary Elizabeth Winstead. The voice actor Vanessa Marshall did a phenomenal job portraying Hera in the animated series, but we’re excited to see what Winstead brings to the role.
Rey is without a doubt one of the most hated characters in the world war of stars. Did she deserve it? Absolutely not. Rey is a fantastic role model for young women and one of the most powerful Jedi in the world war of stars Story. She constantly struggles with her destiny and what is right and wrong before finally choosing her own destiny and saving the entire galaxy. Rey may have unfairly stolen the Skywalker name, but that doesn’t detract from her inspirational character, and we can’t wait to see her again in her upcoming film, The Jedi Order.
6 Asajj Ventress
Former Sith Asajj Ventress is an incredibly complex character who has been betrayed by pretty much everyone she has ever worked with. Ventress was betrayed by Dooku, her former master, and the Savage Opress she was teaching in the ways of the Sith to defeat Count Dooku. Later, Ventress was even blamed for the bombing of the Jedi Temple. Ventress might not be the most inspirational of characters due to her villainess, but her independence and deadly skills make her a deeply compelling character.
5 Sabine Wren
Sabine Wren is a deadly Mandalorian warrior and wielder of the Darksaber. She is a skilled gunner, pilot, and hacker, trained from an early age for combat on Mandalore. We loved her character rebelsas she was an amazing beacon of hope for the Mandalorians and the Ghost Crew.
rebels similarly delved into her kindness and creativity as an artist, who also formed a romantic relationship with Jedi Ezra Bridger. Sabine has also developed a compelling relationship with Ahsoka, and we can’t wait to explore that further in Sabine’s live-action debut next year Ahsoka Series.
4 Bo-Katan Kryze
After her debut in The clone warsBo-Katan quickly became a fan favorite, but not until her live-action debut The Mandalorian that the deadly Mandalorian warrior has gained the appeal she has today. Bo-Katan was once a member of the extremist terrorist group Death Watch before Darth Maul took over Mandalore. From there, Bo-Katan formed the Nite Owls where she met the Ghost Crew before rejoining the Nite Owls war of stars Universe in the second season of The Mandalorianseeking revenge on Moff Gideon and her rightful claim to the Darksaber and her dominion over Mandalore.
Now, after the third season of The MandalorianAfter an epic battle against Gideon and his Beskar armor-clad forces, she finally got what she wanted when Bo-Katan finally reigns over Mandalore. Bo-Katan is still great enough Kate SackhoffBo-Katan’s phenomenal performance makes Bo-Katan a much more complex and formidable character.
3 Padme Amidala
Padmé is incredibly inspirational war of stars Character possessing deadly combat skills as well as impressive political power. Her love for Anakin and their mysterious relationship shape Padmé’s character. Padmé had many great moments to shine in the prequel trilogy, but that wasn’t the case The clone wars That really deepened her character. She is an incredible character whose brilliant qualities carry over into her equally amazing daughter, Princess Leia.
2 Ahsoka Tano
So easily the best Jedi in war of stars Story, Ahsoka’s journey into the war of stars The universe is fully captivating. Not only is Ahsoka incredibly skilled in combat, but she also has possibly the best character arc and journey of them all war of stars. Anakin’s young apprentice was expelled from the Jedi Order after being framed for a bombing, which shook her faith in the Jedi Order.
Ahsoka is not only a great female character, but also one of the best characters in the entire franchise. Ahsoka will return in her upcoming series, aptly titled Ahsokawhich we can’t wait to see.
1 Leia Organa
There is no more inspirational female character than the first female character ever imagined war of stars Universe, Leia Organa. Much like her mother, Leia is incredibly diplomatic, a formidable warrior, and a great leader. In A new hope, The audience is led to believe that Leia is a helpless “damsel in distress”. That quickly changes, however, when Leia picks up a blaster and begins wreaking havoc on the Empire, shaming Han Solo, Luke, and Chewie. Since then, she has led the Rebellion to victory many times, leading Leia to become General of the Resistance when the First Order rose to power.
Leia was also trained in the troupe by her brother Luke Skywalker, which was briefly mentioned in The Rise of Skywalkerwhich underscores just how truly inspiring and amazing Leia Organa actually is, and we couldn’t think of anyone who could play the role better than her Carrie Fisher.