How many of the 66 were saved?

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Considering this movie was all about purging the Jedi clan, by the later second half, Palpatine orders all his followers/Stormtroopers to execute all 66. Of the 66, how many were actually saved/rescued? enter image description here

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Palpatine orders all his followers/Stormtroopers to execute all 66

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The quote is..

Execute Order 66

Order 66 was an event at the end of the Clone Wars in which the clone troopers of the Grand Army of the Republic turned against their Jedi commanders and terminated them, bringing about the destruction of the Jedi Order..[snip]...caused clone troopers to violently lash out at the Jedi and view them as traitors,


As for how many survived the purge I would recommend a couple of Q&A over on Science Fiction & Fantasy. Thanks to @Gallifreyan

How many Jedi were there at the time of the purge?


Number of Jedi after Order 66?

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How many of the 1966 squad are still alive?

The death of Roger Hunt at the age of 83 leaves just three surviving members from the England team that won the World Cup in 1966. Sir Bobby Charlton, Sir Geoff Hurst and George Cohen are now the only living players from the team that famously and thrillingly defeated West Germany 4-2 after extra time at Wembley.

Who could have saved Grogu from Order 66?

Coleman Kcaj. Coleman Kcaj is a member of the Jedi Council during the latter stages of the Clone Wars. Like Oppo Rancisis, he was revealed to be one of the known survivors of Order 66 in the Darth Vader comics, meaning he could have been the one to save Grogu.

When Darth Vader Saved a Jedi Survivor after Order 66(Canon) - Star Wars Comics Explained

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