Adi Gallia was a Jedi who sat on the Jedi High Council in The Phantom Menace and Attack of the Clones. You don’t see much of Gallia in the prequel films, but her character was featured in several episodes of Star Wars: The Clone Wars.
In The Clone Wars TV series Gallia, who was a General for the Republic Army, had storylines with Obi-Wan Kenobi, Anakin Skywalker, Eeeth Koth, General Grievous, Darth Maul, and Savage Opress.
You can see her in action in the video below.
Actress Angelique Perrin voiced Gallia in The Clone Wars and Gin Clark portrayed her in the prequel films. Gallia also appeared in one issue of the Mace Windu comic series as well a several Legends comic issues and novels.
Depa Billaba was a Jedi Master who served on the Jedi High Council in The Phantom Menace and Attack of the Clones. She was trained by Mace Windu and took Caleb Dume (who is better known as Kanan Jarrus in Star Wars Rebels) as a padawan.
Depa Billaba sacrificed herself during Order 66 to save her padawan (Caleb) and these events are mentioned in several episodes of Star Wars Rebels. Depa is featured in several episodes of the Star Wars: Kanan comic series that focused on the time Caleb was a padawan and how he survived Order 66.
Depa Billaba also makes an appearance in the novel A New Dawn. In Legends materials Depa makes several more appearances in Star Wars and Republic comic issues and in the novel Shatterpoint.
Kordi Freemaker is one of the stars of LEGO Star Wars: The Freemaker Adventures. Kordi, along with her brothers Zander and Rowan, are a family of scavengers. Their adventures take place between the events of The Empire Strikes Back and Return of the Jedi and the Freemakers series is considered “canon adjacent.”
Don’t let the fact that Freemakers isn’t canon keep you away from the show though. It has many loyal fans, in part because it is quite funny. If you’re looking for more information about Freemakers check out Star Scavengers, a podcast from Johnamarie Macias and Aaron Goins.
Here’s a clip of Kordi from the Freemakers series.
Toryn Farr was a communication officer for the Rebel Alliance in The Empire Strikes Back. You might remember her as the woman who says “Stand by ion control. Fire.” in Hoth.
It turns out Farr (played by actress Brigitte Kahn) is the only woman other than Leia to have a line of dialogue in The Empire Strikes Back. You can hear her line at about 28 seconds into this compilation of all the non-Leia female lines of dialogue from the original trilogy.
Toryn Farr appeared in a variety of comic versions of The Empire Strikes Back including Star Wars 40: The Empire Strikes Back: Battleground Hoth which is pictured on the left at the top of this post. You can read more about that comic issue in this article over at The Real Gentlemen of Leisure (which is where I got the photo above).
There’s also a good variety of Toryn Farr collectible cards and cards that were used in games such as Star Wars: Armada. Farr also got her own LEGO minifigure.
For toy collectors, there’s also a Toryn Farr Black Series figure.
Sarah Michelle Gellar is an actress who voiced the inquisitor Seventh Sister in several episodes of Star Wars Rebels. Her most famous non-Star Wars role is Buffy Summers from the classic TV series Buffy the Vampire Slayer.
Gellar has won several awards in her career including a Daytime Emmy Award for All My Children and several Teen Choice Awards for her roles in Buffy the Vampire Slayer and the film Scooby-Doo (where she played Daphne). Gellar is married to Freddie Prinze Jr. who voices Kanan in Star Wars Rebels.
Here is Gellar talking about Seventh Sister at New York Comic-Con. She also talks about other strong female characters in Star Wars in this clip.
Delian Mors was the Imperial Moff of the planet Ryloth. She appeared in Paul S. Kemp’s novel Lords of the Sith which focused on Darth Vader and Emperor Palpatine’s activities between Revenge of the Sith and A New Hope and in the short story “Mercy Mission” by Melissa Scott.
Delian Mors was the first LGBT character introduced in Star Wars canon. Her character is also one of the few female Star Wars characters I can think of that are described as being heavy (there’s a lot of skinny women in Star Wars).
Here’s an interesting look at Delian Mor’s introduction in Lords of the Sith from Shoshana at Tosche Station. You can also read a review of the book over at Den of Geek from Megan Crouse.
“Mercy Mission” was one of three short stories in Rise of the Empire, a bind-up compilation of Tarkin and A New Dawn.
Lassa Rhayme was a Pantorian pirate introduced in the Dark Disciple prequel short story “Kindred Spirits” by Christie Golden. Rhayme was the leader of the Blood Bone Order pirate gang and captained the starship Opportunity.
In “Kindred Spirits” (which like Dark Disciple took place during the Clone Wars) Rhayme crossed paths with Asajj Ventress. If you’re interested in reading “Kindred Spirits” you can find it in Star Wars Insider 159 and in the paperback edition of Dark Disciple.
Rhayme was only mentioned in Dark Disciple, but she re-appeared in Golden’s novel Battlefront II: Inferno Squad, which takes place after the destruction of the first Death Star. So she’s clearly good at being the leader of a pirate gang.
Lassa Rhayme could very well pop up in future Star Wars books or comics written by Golden or other Star Wars authors.