12. Kanan Jarrus
By the time Star Wars Rebels rolls around, Kanan Jarrus is one of the few Jedi left in the world because of Order 66. Throughout the show’s run, he faces his fears, has multiple notable duels, trains Ezra and really learns more about himself and his abilities along the way
After he went blind, he became an even more competent fighter once he learned to use the blindness to his advantage. He also makes the ultimate sacrifice during a fight in order to make sure the rest of the Ghost crew is safe.
In the first season of Rebels, Kanan faces some of his fears as he goes up against the Grand Inquisitor. Before the duel actually begins, Kanan is taunted by him because of a moment in his past where he listened to his master and ran in order to save his own life.
Moments later, the two engage in a duel and I highly recommend just watching all of “Fire Across the Galaxy” (or the entire run of Rebels if you have the time). It’s a great duel and it shows just how capable of a fighter Kanan is.
In “Shroud of Darkness” Kanan goes up against a temple guard, who end up fighting him even though Kanan is just looking for advice. It’s not the most thrilling fight you’ll see Kanan in, but the guard gives him a warning about Ezra, making it an important moment.