Top 10 Most Generic Star Wars Characters

I've already done a list of Overhated characters, but let's take a look at Generic characters. Star Wars has a diverse roster but some of its characters are really generic and dull. Some of which are so damn boring and cliche that it's hard to care for them at all.

The Top Ten

1 Rose Tico Rose Tico

Like Padme she served as nothing more than a generic love interest. Hell she's so damn boring that she makes Jar Jar Binks seem entertaining and that's saying something! - SomePersonYouHate

Her sister was way more interesting - darthvadern

2 Jabba the Hutt Jabba the Hutt Jabba the Hutt is a character appearing in George Lucas's space opera film saga Star Wars. He is depicted as a large, slug-like alien.

Like Dooku he's a generic bad guy who's only evil for the sake of being evil. A mediocre villain at best that got what he deserved in the end. - SomePersonYouHate

Disgusting piece of blob - darthvadern

3 Greedo Greedo Greedo (or Greedo the Young) is a fictional character from the Star Wars franchise. He is portrayed by Paul Blake as well as Maria De Aragon in some close-in pickup shots in Star Wars (1977).

Yeah this characters only purpose in A New Hope was being the red shirt that gets shot by one of the protagonists.

I still love him due to excellent design - darthvadern

Other than the "Who shot first" meme little was given about his character but unlike Boba Fett he wasn't interesting or unique during the brief screen time that he received. - SomePersonYouHate

4 Wicket W. Warrick Wicket W. Warrick Ewoks are a fictional race of small, mammaloid bipeds that appear in the Star Wars universe. They are hunter-gatherers resembling teddy bears that inhabit the forest moon of Endor and live in various arboreal huts and other simple dwellings.

Huh didn't know he had a name - darthvadern

Like any other Ewok he was generic and didn't really add a lot to the story other than unnecessary comedic relief. - SomePersonYouHate

5 Count Dooku Count Dooku

Your stereotypical cookie cutter bad guy that's evil for the purpose of being evil. Nothing about him is original or even remotely sticks out. Though I will admit he is played by a good actor. His character is still generic though. - SomePersonYouHate

Not that generic, he has a backstory kinda, and he is played by the greatest actors of all time (Christopher Lee) - darthvadern

6 Kylo Ren Kylo Ren Kyle Ren is a fictional Sith lord, who is strong with the Force. Kylo Ren commands the First Order with a temper as fiery as his unconventional lightsaber. His debut was in 2015's Star Wars VII: The Force Awakens. Ren's real identity is Ben Solo, the son of Han Solo and Princess Leia. He was trained more.

Kylo Ren reminds me of the stereotypical emo kid that listens too much My Chemical Romance and whines a lot when something doesn't go his way. He's a generic wannabe Vader except not nearly as good or interesting. - SomePersonYouHate

He got some amazing character development in The Last Jedi and had motivations, don't see how he is generic, but I respect your opinion - darthvadern

7 Snoke Snoke

Maybe it's just me but Snoke seems like a generic replacement for Palpatine that was undeveloped and killed off too quickly. - SomePersonYouHate

Has no purpose - darthvadern

8 General Grievous General Grievous

Nothing really stuck out about him and to be honest he was undeveloped and quickly killed off wasting any potential that he somewhat had. - SomePersonYouHate

His design is awesomne though - darthvadern

9 Padme Amidala Padme Amidala Padmé Amidala is a fictional character in the Star Wars franchise, appearing in the prequel trilogy portrayed by actress Natalie Portman.

Not the worst Star Wars character out but she served as nothing more than a generic love interest for Anakin. Also I didn't really feel anything when she was killed off in Revenge of the Sith. - SomePersonYouHate

Decent - darthvadern

10 Jar Jar Binks Jar Jar Binks Jar Jar Binks is a fictional character from the Star Wars saga created by George Lucas. A major character in Star Wars: Episode I – The Phantom Menace, he also has a smaller role in Episode II: Attack of the Clones, and a one-line cameo in Episode III: Revenge of the Sith, and the television series more.

A comedic relief character but a generic and painful one at that. - SomePersonYouHate

Glad he isn't first, he is very overhated - darthvadern

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