Lux Bonteri survived the Clone Wars and became a senator in the Galactic Empire. He eventually joined the Rebel Alliance and fought against the Empire.
Lux Bonteri, initially introduced in the animated series “Star Wars: The Clone Wars,” is the son of Mina Bonteri, a Separatist senator. After his mother’s assassination, Lux sought revenge against Count Dooku, the leader of the Separatists, whom he held responsible for her death. His quest for vengeance led him to form an alliance with Ahsoka Tano, a Jedi Padawan, and the two developed a close relationship.
Following the end of the Clone Wars and the rise of the Galactic Empire, Lux Bonteri transitioned from his Separatist ties and became a senator within the new Imperial Senate. However, as the Empire’s tyranny grew, Lux became disillusioned with its rule. His experiences and the influence of his late mother’s ideals eventually led him to join the Rebel Alliance, where he contributed to the fight against the Empire’s oppressive regime.
Throughout his life, Lux Bonteri’s character evolved from a young, vengeful individual into a mature leader who sought to restore peace and democracy to the galaxy. His journey is a testament to the complex political landscape of the “Star Wars” universe and the personal growth that can occur through adversity and conflict.