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Mace Windu Fighting In Star Wars Battlefront With Rebel Pink Lightsaber

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Published on Jul 6, 2017

Mace Windu was conceived on the planet Haruun Kal roughly fifty years before the Clone Wars.Due to his characteristic proclivity to the Force,Windu was prepared as a Jedi—shields of the Galactic
Republic,the Jedi Order were the gatekeepers of peace and equity in the galaxy.
Prior to the Naboo Crisis,Windu had accomplished the rank of Jedi Master and picked up a seat on the Jedi High Council the administering body of the Jedi Order.
Long viewed as the Jedi Order's most noteworthy champion,Windu tried to keep up the Jedi's old conventions while the Republic declined because of galactic turmoil and political defilement.
Amid one of his missions,Windu safeguarded a youthful human girl,Depa Billaba,from privateers and conveyed her to the Jedi Temple.
He at that point took Billaba as his Padawan learner,who turned into a Jedi Knight and eventually an individual from the Jedi Council too.
The standoff on Coruscant was an encounter that occurred in the Supreme Chancellor's Suite of the Galactic Senate in 19 BBY.
It started after Jedi Knight Anakin Skywalker educated Master Mace Windu that Supreme Chancellor Palpatine had uncovered his way of life as a Sith Lord to him.
Local to the species Korun,Mace Windu was conceived on the planet Haruun Kal,approximately fifty a long time before the Clone Wars.
Having been conceived extremely solid in the drive,After the passing of his guardians,he was swung over to the Jedi Order when he was six months old.
Detecting the potential inside him,he was taken under the wing of none other than Jedi Master Yoda,as his new padawan,
preparing him as a Jedi at the prestigious Jedi Academy.

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