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Discover ideas about Star Wars Rebels Characters. Meet Agent Kallus in Star Wars Rebels, a ruthless Rebel hunter portrayed by David Darth Vader and Ezra during Star Wars Rebels Star Wars Quotes, Star Wars Humor. Star Wars Rebels: Meet Agent Kallus, Imperial Enforcer THE DARK TIMES. An agent of the feared Imperial Security Bureau, Kallus was a veteran of numerous. Agent Kallus is initially the secondary antagonist in the first half of Star Wars as the Emperor had sent an alternative solution to deal with the Rebels: Darth Vader . . Kallus then meets with Thrawn and Governor Pryce, who believe that there.
Upon arrival, the Clones refused to surrender their new allies to him. Outwitted, Kallus lost two walkers in battle and was forced to retreat on a speeder bike.
Unlike the Grand Inquisitor, This Inquisitor was not highly regarded by Kallus due to his reliance on hunches. When an officer reported a power surge from an abandoned Republic medical station, he dismissed it as something that could be anything until the Fifth Brother stated it was the Rebels and set off alone to nab them himself. He later came back with the Seventh Sister, who Kallus had more respect for.
Sometime afterwards, Kallus was placed in command of the Blockade over Ibaar. When the Rebel Network fleet tried to deliver food to the people, the Imperial fleet easily beat them back.
When they came back with the B-Wing, Kallus dismissed the ship as no threat. This complacency would prove to be the blockade's undoing because the B-Wing was powerful enough to enable the Rebels to break through.
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Kallus and Zeb working together to survive. When he arrived, he instantly realized that Titus did not heed his warning to his cost. While it ultimately failed to capture the Rebels it did ultimately leave them with nowhere to hide for a year. On Geonosisit was revealed that his hatred of Lasats, as well as Rebels was due to an unpleasant encounter with a rebel cell led by a Lasat mercenary, which brutally slaughtered his entire unit with Kallus as the only survivor.
Tarkin informs Kallus of Pryce's theory that the Rebel Network was becoming a growing threat to the Empire. While Konstantine disagreed with her assessment Thrawn agreed and vowed to make the Rebels the architects of their own destruction.
Later, they receive a call from Commander Brom Titus telling them the Rebels are doing what Thrawn predicted: Attacking Recrahm Base to steal Y-Wings. When they inform Thrawn, he tells them to let the Rebels go. Kallus helps Sabine and the defectors escape. While the Rebels are escaping, Kallus appears before them, opening the locked blast door and advising them which floors to avoid, and which hanger to take a Ship from.
This allows the defectors to make it safely to the Rebels. During their return to Lothal, he aids Ezra and Kanan in acquiring information on the new TIE Defender starfighters that Grand Admiral Thrawn has been building, and then makes it appear as though he was thwarted and subdued while trying to stop them. Kallus then meets with Thrawn and Governor Pryce, who believe that there might be a mole within the Imperial ranks.
When Thrawn believes that they will succeed in ferreting out said mole, Kallus, in keeping up his act, agrees with the Grand Admiral, saying that his plans always succeed. He learns that Ezra is right when he meets his old teacher Corlnel Yularen and Thrawn reveals that he knows about Fulcrum. Believing he can do more good for the Rebellion by remaining where he is, Kallus decides to frame Yogar Lyste for being Fulcrum.
He accomplishes this by taking advantage of the ambitous lutenient's woeful naivety and inexperience to trick him into attacking Governor Pryce. His plan works unaware that Thrawn has seen through his trick. Kallus fighting Thrawn following his exposure as "Fulcrum" In " Zero Hour ", after the arrival of Thrawn on Lothal, Kallus secretly listens to his conversation with Konstantine, Pryce and Tarkin thanks to a mouse droid.
Thrawn informed Tarkin that the Phoenix squadron was going to attack the Lothal factories. Kallus went to the old communication tower where Ezra once lived to send a preventive rebellion.
When Minister Tua mentioned that the rebel leader was a Jedi, a skeptical Tarkin claimed that all the Jedi had perished during the Jedi Purge. Kallus thought that Tarkin's arrival would provide him with the resources needed to capture the insurgents. After the rebels ambushed an Imperial supply convoy in the town of JalathKallus was present at a meeting where Tarkin ordered the Inquisitor to execute Aresko and Grint for their repeated failures to stop the rebel cell.
Kallus and Minister Tua were visibly horrified by the Grand Moff's actions since their two men had been loyal but incompetent Imperials.
Nevertheless, Kallus took it as a lesson that failure in the Empire would no longer be tolerated. Tarkin then ordered Kallus to dispatch probe droids throughout Lothal to locate the rebels. Troubled by the execution of Aresko and Grint, Kallus vowed not to allow himself to experience such a fate. Following the rebel assault, Kallus and the Inquisitor arrived with a force of three Imperial Patrol Transport and surrounded the complex; trapping the rebels.
Kallus personally confronted Kanan outside the communications tower. When Kanan refused to surrender, the Inquisitor engaged the Jedi in a lightsaber duel. Following a brief confrontation, Kanan's rebel comrades managed to escape. Kallus managed to capture Kanan at the cost of one patrol transport. Kallus and Tarkin interrogating the captured Kanan.
At dawn, Kallus handed the captured Kanan to Tarkin, who praised the Inquisitor for his work. Before Tarkin could interrogate Kanan, Kallus reported that the rebels had gained control of the tower's transmitter.
Kallus listened to Ezra's broadcast and expressed concern at Tarkin's orders to destroy the communications tower. Kallus and Tarkin later oversaw the interrogation of Kanan, who per standard Imperial procedure was injected with a truth serum by an interrogator droid.
Despite Kallus's best efforts, Kanan's Jedi training enabled him to resist the interrogation droid's mind probes.
Displeased with Kallus' results, Tarkin ordered the Inquisitor to torture Kanan, who still refused to divulge any information on the Rebellion. However, Kanan's rebel comrades staged a mission to rescue the Jedi.
During that mission, the Inquisitor was killed and the Tarkin's Star Destroyer Sovereign was by the rebels, who managed to flee into hyperspace with the help of the rebel network. Following the events in the Mustafar System, Kallus was present at the Imperial headquarters' hangar bay when Tarkin arrived in a shuttle with Darth Vaderthe Emperor's Sith apprentice. During the meeting, Kallus expressed concern that the events on Mustafar would cause people to see the Empire as weak and vulnerable.
Tarkin disagreed and assured Kallus that Vader would stamp out Lothal rebels and their fledgling Rebellion. Under Tua's direction the Imperial planetary authorities had increased security and imposed a planetary curfew. However, Tua's doubted that such added security measures would succeed since she correctly believed that the rebels had already left the planet.
Frustrated, Kallus countered that Tarkin wanted results due to the destruction of his Star Destroyer. At that point, Vader interrupted their conversation and suggested that the Imperials lure the rebels back to Lothal and trap them there. When Tua expressed reservations about "punishing" the population, Vader responded that she could raise her concerns with Tarkin himself; adding that the Grand Moff had scheduled a meeting with her the following day.
When Tua expressed fear that she would meet the same fate as Aresko and Grint, an unsympathetic Kallus commented that he would "take care of her affairs. However, Kallus suspected Tua's treason and sent a probe droid to tail her movements. Kallus has the Rebels caught on camera. The following day, Kallus drove Minister Tua in a landspeeder to a disembarkation station where an Imperial shuttle was waiting to take her to Tarkin.
Kallus was escorted by several Stormtroopers to deter any rebel attack. However, the rebels sprung into action and attempted to rescued Minister Tua. During the ensuing skirmish, Kallus fought against the Kanan, who had disguised himself as a Stormtrooper Commander. Tua ran to the shuttle but was killed in explosion that had been deliberately planted by the Empire to discredit the rebels. Knowing that his probe droid was observing the fray, Kallus feigned anger and accused the rebels of murdering Minister Tua.
Despite his efforts, the rebels managed to escape prompting Vader to order Kallus to lay siege to Lothal. After the rebels stole a second Imperial shuttle and escaped Capital City, Kallus met Vader again and informed him that the rebels had not yet left Lothal. In order to draw the rebels out, Vader ordered Kallus to destroy Tarkintowna refugee settlement that the rebels provided assistance to the past. Kallus complied with Vader's orders and sent troops to raze the settlement and to round up its inhabitants, who were imprisoned.
Later, the rebels managed to escape Lothal with the assistance of the "galactic entrepreneur" Lando Calrissian. However, Vader had allowed the rebels to escape in order to locate the Phoenix Squadronwhich operated a Rebel Fleet in deep space. Despite Vader's best efforts, the rebels managed to escape again.
On board the Relentless, Kallus later congratulated Vader for his victory, before being ordered to clear the bridge. While aboard the bridge of the Relentless, an officer alerted him that Clone trooper Commander Wolffe had reported an encounter with Jedi on the desert planet of Seelos.
While Admiral Konstantine expressed skepticism given the clone's history of making delusional distress calls, Kallus insisted that all leads should be pursued and sent a probe droid to investigate. Wolffe's intelligence proved to be accurate and the probe droid managed to locate Kanan and his rebel cell, who were perennial foes of Kallus. Upon arriving above Seelos, Commander Kallus and Admiral Konstantine issued an ultimatum to Wolffe, demanding that he and his fellow clones surrender the rebels or face "total and immediate destruction.
Undaunted, Kallus first dispatched a squadron of TIE fighters to the planet. Despite entering a sandstorm, Kallus ordered the assault to procceed.
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Unable to see or detect them, the Imperials were caught off-guard by and one walker was destroyed by a well-placed shot to the neck from Ezra. Kallus then ordered the remaining walkers to fire where the shot came from, chasing the ancient walker out of the sandstorm just as the rebel ship lifted off. Unaware that Admiral Konstantine had left the Seelos system to rendezvous with an Inquisitor and was no longer able to provide air support, Kallus ordered his two remaining AT-AT walkers to continue the assault against the "obsolete" Clone troopers.
Kallus fleeing on a speeder. However, the clones refused to give up and their old walker, despite taking numerous hits, still had one good fight left in it. To the agent's disbelief, the clones brought their walker right up against Kallus' walker and rammed its legs to overbalance it, with Kallus yelling "They've lost their minds! Rex then jumped onto the main cannon and openly challenged the walker's crew, deriding them as cowards.
Thinking the clone suicidal, Kallus ordered his gunners to "finish him". Completing the rout, Rex fired a shot from the AT-TE's mass driver cannon right into the neck of Kallus's own walker, crippling it.
Kallus and his bridge crew managed to escape the ruined walker on a speeder, though one was left frantically running after it. Tracking the Rebels Following the arrival of the Fifth Brother aboard the Relentless, a member of the crew detected a power surge aboard an abandoned Republic medical station.
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This time both Kallus and Konstantine expressed skepticism of this being anything of note, but the Fifth Brother disagreed and investigated the situation personally. Kallus later oversaw a blockade surrounding the planet Ibaarrightfully suspecting the rebels would attempt to aid the overworked population.
His fleet successfully repelled an attack by Phoenix Squadron, destroying the rebel transport and even killing Phoenix Leader in the process. The rebels later retaliated with a prototype B-Wing Starfighter which broke the blockade and allowed their supplies to make it onto the surface. The sheer power of the single fighter left Kallus shocked beyond belief.
Kallus promised to rendezvous with Titus' prototype Imperial Interdictor and advised him to keep Ezra under triple guard, but Titus dismissed his warnings. When Kallus arrived, he found only the blasted remains of the Interdictor and its fleet and a humiliated Admiral Titus floating in an escape pod.
Kallus was left torn between annoyance at the weapon's destruction and smugness at the admiral's failure to heed his warning. He convinced the Seventh Sister and the Fifth Brother to join forces to capture the Phoenix rebel cell, which included the Spectres, his perennial foes.
Kallus also led the ground assault and attempted to apprehend the Spectres. However, Ezra used the Force to hurl Kallus against a wall, knocking him out.
After the Spectres escaped, Kallus contacted Admiral Konstantine for information on the position of the rebel fleet. Konstantine reported that he did not know since the rebels had already escaped into hyperspace.
Earlier, the crew of the Ghost had rescued two Lasat refugees named Gron and Chavawho were looking for the legendary Lasat homeworld of Lirasan. Despite their best efforts, the Ghost managed to jump into hyperspace before the Imperials could trap it. However, the Imperials had managed to capture the Weequay pirate Hondo Ohnakawho had first alerted the crew of the Ghost to the Lasat refugees. Hondo was forced to work for the Imperials and managed to locate the Ghost due to a tracker planted in his communications device.
Upon exiting hyperspace, Kallus gave the rebels one minute to surrender before he destroyed their starship. Realizing that Kallus was the prophesied "warrior" from Lasat legend, Zeb used his bo-rifle to guide the Ghost through the unstable star cluster.
When the rebels refused to heed his ultimatum, Kallus sent two TIE Fighters after the Ghost but they were ripped apart by the gravitational forces of the star cluster. Kallus' light cruiser then opened fire on the Ghost but each shot missed. Kallus was forced to withdraw his cruiser after it began sustaining damage from the gravity field. While Kallus hoped that the Ghost would be destroyed, he was disappointed when the rebel freighter managed to enter the star cluster safely.
Despite his success in luring the rebels into the trap, his men failed to capture them and the rebels managed to escape into space. During the skirmish, Kallus engaged Zeb in single combat. When Zeb attempted to flee in an escape pod, Kallus pursued him into the pod and attempted to subdue him. The escape attempt resulted in Kallus breaking his leg and the pod crashing onto the frozen Geonosian moon of Bahryn.
Kallus himself was nearly pulled into space as well, but he held onto the hangar deck long enough for a force field to cover the damage to the hull. He remained in the hangar as the Imperials recovered from the rebel attack, and was brought the helmet that Bridger stole and left behind;prompting the ISB Agent to realize that Bridger had overheard that the true location of the Wookiee prisoners was the spice mines of the planet Kessel.
Before the rebels could leave, however, Kallus and additional Imperial forces arrived, firing on the Ghost and forcing it to flee while the rest of the rebels remained in the mine. Kallus and a squadron of stormtroopers landed at the mine and advanced on the rebels, forcing them to take cover.
With the rebels pinned down, the rebel leader, Jarrus, stepped forward and ignited a lightsaberrevealing himself as a Jedi who had survived the destruction of the Jedi Order. Kallus ordered all of his soldiers to focus their fire on Jarrus, which gave the rest of the rebels and the Wookiees a chance to enter a cargo container, which would be picked up by the Ghost when it returned. While the stormtroopers focused on the rebels, Kallus followed Bridger to a walkway overlooking the mine, where the boy had gone to rescue Kitwarra young Wookiee who had escaped and was chased by a stormtrooper.
Kallus arrived to see Bridger attack the stormtrooper with an energy slingshotknocking the trooper over the railing. Kallus believed that Bridger was Jarrus' apprentice and prepared to kill the boy, but the Ghost arrived to rescue Bridger.
Kallus was struck with blaster fire, knocking him over the railing, which he held onto as the Ghost escaped. The stormtrooper, who had also fallen over, clung to the railing as well and asked if Jarrus was the first Jedi that Kallus had ever seen. In response, Kallus kicked the trooper off the railing, sending him falling into the mines. From the ship, Kallus contacted the Grand Inquisitor a dark side warrior tasked with hunting down Jedi survivors.
Help is on the way. It was there that Minister Maketh Tua of Lothal was attempting to procure the illegal weapons from Amda Waboan Aqualish weapons manufacturer.
The rebels were able to reach the disruptors before the Imperials could and stopped the arms deal, taking the weapons for themselves—as well as two droidsR2-D2 and C-3POwho were part of the arms deal on orders of Governor Arihnda Pryce of Lothal and who were covertly working for the secretly rebellious Senator Bail Organa of Alderaan.
After the rebels stole the weapons, Tua contacted Agent Kallus and informed him of what had transpired on Garel, and Kallus recognized it as the work of the Ghost crew.