UnKnown Jedi Council Member

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“I know my name.”

~ Unknown Jedi Council Member

In the Jedi High Council, there are twelve members at a time. A minimal amount are ever identified during the Star Wars movies, therefore leaving the majority unidentified. Sources such as Wookiepedia and comic books still now the names of these characters. However, one was to remain unidentified, and that is who this page is about.


Known Facts[edit]

This Jedi is Gary Coleman Trebor. There is a page about him on Wookieepedia, namely [1].This Vurk has the power of the Force, a power given to organisms with high medichlorian counts in their blood. Fuck you. Medichlorians are from the prequels, wich were made after George Lucas lost his mother fucking mind. This guy has the force cus hes cool, not because of some fucking stupid ass fucking medichlorians.


As far as the reseachers know, Gart Coleman Trebor was born on a planet and died on a planet, too. The planet they most suspect is either Saturn or Boz Pity, which is found deep in the Star Wars universe. As for type of Alien species, researchers suspect he/she/it/them/ur mom is either Vurk.

Jedi Life[edit]

Coleman Trebor enters the Geonosis Arena.

As for his life as a Jedi, it is the same as most other Jedi. Training, training, and more training, and then moving on to being a padawan. In Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace, Trebor is not on the jedi council. So, someone either died or resigned in the time between. Through investigation, researchers discovered that Jedi Master Yarael Poof was the Jedi council member to meet his fate. From Star Wars books, we discoverd that Poof was killed when saving Coruscant because planet exploding bomb had been set. So, Trebor moved to the Jedi council for reasons we do not know. Perhaps he had a great Jedi mind. To be on the Jedi Council means you are a jedi master, which means you are smart. No one quite knows his area of expertise. Still, he had a successful Jedi life by becoming a member of the Jedi Council. His lightsaber blade is green,

Trebor has only appeared in Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones, and that is the only episode he is on the council in. However, despite being a member of the Jedi council, Trebor met his fate in the Star Wars movie.


Trebor only appeared in one Star Wars episode because he died in the one he premiered in. His death was in the Geonosis Arena, during that huge battle between droids and Jedi. His death was during an attempt on Dooku's life, a fatal mishap during what would have been the pinacle of his life. During the battle, Trebor jumped up to where Count Dooku was perched, along with Jango Fett.

Trebor attempts to kill himself.

With his lightsaber activated, he was about to take on Dooku when Jango fett shot him several times in the chest with blaster bolts, leading to his death. After being shot, he fell over the edge of the "box" where Dooku and Fett were perched to the arena, an approximate 53.78 foot drop. The last words of Gary Coleman Trebor wern't headr by anyone, but they were probobly "whatchu talkin bout Willis?" due to his love and misunderstandin of Bruce Willis. Lucky for him, Jango died later and Count Dooku was also killed in the next episode.

It is often said that if he had succeeded in killing Dooku the Clone Wars may have been averted.


Being a deceased member of the Jedi council, a bust of his head was made and placed in the Jedi Archives to forever be remembered. Sadly, his name was not given by the bust and we were not able to find him in the archives themselves.

Trebor's spot on the Jedi council was replaced by Kit Fisto, also a Jedi master and a clever warrior.

This is actually one of the uncyclopedia articles that seems to actually have more or less credible information. Boner.

Known Members of the Jedi Council During the Time Trebor Sat in the Room[edit]

Here are the known members of the jedi council who were on the council at the same time Coleman Trebor was: