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Star Wars Inquisitor Ranked Worst To Best
11. Fourth Sister
Played by Rya Kihlstedt in the live-action “Obi-Wan Kenobi,” Fourth Sister does little else than stand by as the other Inquisitors play a more active role. While Fifth Brother and Third Sister bicker, Fourth Sister is merely present and has no meaningful or compelling interactions.
10. Eighth Brother
Appearing in both “Star Wars: Rebels” and the “Darth Vader” comics, Eighth Brother doesn’t get much time with the audience. The masked villain hunts “The Shadow,” i.e., Maul, and displays his cunningness in battle before appearing to fall to his death while fleeing Jedi Kanan Jarrus on Malachor.
9. Tenth Brother
The “Star Wars: Jedi of the Republic — Mace Windu” Marvel comic introduces readers to Prosset Dibs in a Clone Wars-era story where Windu punishes Dibs for attacking. After the fall of the Republic and Jedi Order, Dibs joins the Inquisitors as Tenth Brother before meeting his end at the hands of some clone troopers.
8. Fifth Brother
Fifth Brother, a hulking figure who seems to lack wit, plays the rival to Third Sister in “Obi-Wan Kenobi” and is a major threat to the Ghost’s crew after the Grand Inquisitor's death in “Rebels.” His ambition is hindered by his apparent inability to strategize as well as some of the other Inquisitors.
7. Seventh Sister
The shrewd Seventh Sister, voiced by Sarah Michelle Gellar in “Rebels,” welcomes any chance to elevate her status in the Empire, like her attempt to capture Ashoka Tano. This opportunity on Malachor ultimately leads to her end by Maul, and with it, any chance of giving this character the time to grow.