The Clone Wars

"Your reputation precedes you, General. A reputation of a coward, and murderer."
―Eeth Koth before dueling General Grievous[src]

Eeth Koth was a Zabrak Jedi Master who was an active member of the Jedi high council in the decades leading up to the Clone Wars. He served during the Clone Wars, but in this period, he would often alternate his membership terms with fellow Zabrak Jedi Agen Kolar.

Grievous Intrigue[]

While Obi-Wan Kenobi and Commander Cody arrived above Salecumi in a Republic Cruiser hoping to create a diversion, Adi Gallia and Anakin Skywalker arrived in Jedi Ambassador Shuttle and boarded Grievous' Separatist cruiser. Onboard Obi-Wan Kenobi's ship, General Grievous dueled Kenobi, while Skywalker and Gallia were making their way toward the main bridge of the enemy cruiser. Once they arrived there, they encountered a tactical droid with a group of commando droids waiting for them. Adi Gallia and Skywalker destroyed all the droids and rescued Jedi Master Koth. Later, Anakin took injured Koth back to the shuttle when Kenobi reported that Grievous had defeated him and escaped.

Gallia left Skywalker and Koth to find and help Kenobi, flank Grievous and capture him once and for all. Meanwhile, Kenobi was engaging Grievous. Grievous managed to get the upper hand but became unsuccessful and fell into a docking tube. Kenobi managed to get a grip and was about to be killed by Grievous, but Adi Gallia then arrived and engaged Grievous in a brief duel. The fight was stopped after the docking tube was ruptured, allowing Grievous to flee to an escape pod and, from there, the planet's surface. Gallia rescued Kenobi and several Clone troopers and then closed the tube. Koth was taken by Adi Gallia to a medical station, while Anakin and his master started a search mission for General Grievous.


Eeth Koth was originally killed during the Battle of Geonosis when his Gunship was shot down, but his fate was later changed to alive in the episode Grievous Intrigue. He was also going to die at the beginning of the episode, but this idea was scrapped since Dave Filoni believed that too many characters were introduced on the show only to be killed later in the same episode.