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Ki-Adi-Mundi is a character from the Star Wars franchise, first introduced in the 1999 film 'Star Wars: Episode I - The Phantom Menace'. He was portrayed by actor Silas Carson in the movies and voiced by Brian George and R. Martin Klein in the animated series 'Star Wars: The Clone Wars'. Ki-Adi-Mundi is a male Cerean, a bipedal humanoid species hailing from the planet Cerea. As a Cerean, he is characterized by an elongated, conical head that houses a binary brain, granting him heightened mental abilities and strong Force powers.

Ki-Adi-Mundi was taken from his family and raised by the Jedi Order from a young age. He eventually became a skilled Jedi Knight and went on to serve as a member of the Jedi Council, the highest governing body of the Order. As a Council member, he participated in important decisions and was highly respected among his peers. In addition to his role on the Council, Ki-Adi-Mundi was also a skilled general during The Clone Wars, leading clone troopers in battles against the Separatist forces.

Ki-Adi-Mundi's weapon of choice was a blue-bladed lightsaber, which he handled with exceptional skill. He was proficient in multiple forms of lightsaber combat, including Form I (Shii-Cho), Form II (Makashi) and Form IV (Ataru). A skilled duelist, he engaged and defeated numerous adversaries throughout The Clone Wars and was highly trained in the use of The Force. Ki-Adi-Mundi was also known to utilize Force powers such as telekinesis, mind tricks, and enhanced reflexes in combat situations.

One unique aspect of Ki-Adi-Mundi's life was his polygamous marriage, which was a rare exception granted by the Jedi Order. The Cerean species had a significantly higher number of females compared to males, and to maintain their population, male Cereans were allowed multiple wives. Ki-Adi-Mundi maintained relationships with several wives and fathered multiple children, despite the Jedi Order's general prohibition on romantic attachments.

Ki-Adi-Mundi's life came to a tragic end during the events of 'Star Wars: Episode III - Revenge of the Sith'. He was leading his clone troopers on the planet Mygeeto when Order 66, a secret mandate to eliminate all Jedi, was executed by Emperor Palpatine. His troops turned on him, and he was killed in a hail of blaster fire. His death marked the end of the devastating Clone Wars and the beginning of the Jedi Order's downfall.

In addition to his appearances in the Star Wars prequel films, Ki-Adi-Mundi has been featured in numerous other forms of Star Wars media, including comic books, novels, video games, and the animated series 'Star Wars: The Clone Wars'. These appearances have further expanded on his character and added depth to his story, solidifying his status as a memorable and important figure within the Star Wars universe.

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