Considered level-headed and unflappably calm, Koon was among the wisest members of the Jedi Order. He was deeply concerned with every form of life. Koon also had shared a special bond with Ahsoka Tano, whom he brought to the Jedi Order as a toddler and continued to be an important mentor too throughout her time as a Jedi.
When Tano was framed for murder and treason, Koon found it difficult to believe that the girl he'd brought into the Jedi Order could have fallen into darkness, but the evidence against Tano seemed overwhelming and he joined the Council in expelling her from the Order. After her innocence was proven and the real traitor apprehended, Koon joined his colleagues in apologizing to Tano and inviting her to rejoin the Order. He was deeply saddened when Tano instead chose to walk away from the only life she'd ever known.
Plo Koon was one of the best pilots in the Jedi Order and his skills were often praised by fellow Jedi such as Anakin Skywalker when he and Obi-Wan Kenobi crashed on Carnelion IV and Mace Windu when he assembled his team for one of his first missions in the Clone Wars and compared the pilot skills of Rissa Mano with Plo Koon.
Plo Koon was a Jedi Master so powerful that the Sith Lord Darth Maul considered him to be one of the greatest Jedi warriors of his time, though they never dueled one another. Koon was a master of telekinesis, and could move objects without having to face them. He also used a forbidden Force technique called Electric Judgment. To many Jedi, this seemed to be too close to the Force lightning employed by the enemies of the Jedi—the fearsome Sith Lords. Koon also had armored talons that were based on a traditional Kel Dor design. They were used to protect his sensitive fingertips, and were also able to focus and increase the range of his Force powers.
Plo Koon possessed an extensive knowledge of the physical sciences. In particular, he used his expert knowledge of physics along with the Force to alter the environment—the resourceful Jedi could create small whirlwinds as well as a dense fog over a limited area, freeze tiny rivers and lakes, and raise or lower the temperature of his surroundings enough to incapacitate an opponent.
In addition to the Jedi, Koon also belonged to the Baran Do, a Force sect predating the Jedi from his homeworld of Dorin, as members of his family had been over the centuries. As such, he was a master of a number of their techniques, such as ayna-seff.
Possessing great strength, Koon was a master of hand-to-hand combat. He was also a master of the fifth form of lightsaber combat, Shien. Master Plo was considered to be one of the most skilled swordsman in the Jedi Order, and was capable of fending off the infamous Jedi hunter Asajj Ventress while being encumbered by a broken arm. He was also trained in the use of Ataru. According to Anakin Skywalker, the Kel Dor was one of a few Jedi to have ever defeated Grand Master Yoda in a lightsaber duel.
Koon also had the ability to breathe and survive in space for a short period of time owing to his thick Kel Dor hide.
Wolffe was a Clone Commander who was bred from a template of the bounty hunter Jango Fett. He lost his right eye during a skirmish with the Sith apprentice Asajj Ventress and covered it with a silver cybernetic eye. Wolffe was also a practical strategist and competent commander with naval combat experience, having served aboard the Venator-class Star Destroyer Triumphant. Wolffe was also calm and displayed fortitude even in the midst of crisis. Despite being wounded, Wolffe refused to abandon his duty as a soldier. He often used dual DC-17 hand blasters in combat.
Wolffe developed a sense of respect for the Jedi Knight Anakin Skywalker and his Padawan Ahsoka Tano after they saved his life during the Battle of Abregado. As a clone commander, Wolffe was bred for combat and naturally favored combat operations over relief missions. Wolffe complied with orders to lead a relief mission to Aleen, but found his escort the protocol droid C-3PO annoying and fastidious. Wolffe also had little appreciation for the eccentric customs of the Aleena species and disregarded King Manchucho's beliefs in the underground Kindalo dwellers as nonsense. Following the bombing of the Jedi Temple hangar, Wolffe and his men took part in a manhunt for Tano through Coruscant's Underworld. Upon discovering the Padawan near a crate of nano-droids, he assumed she was guilty and stunned her with his blaster, despite her pleas for him to let her explain.
Since he removed his control implant, Wolffe was no longer able to be forced into complying with Order 66. Following the Clone Wars, Wolffe and his two comrades Rex and Gregor settled on Seelos and lived in a vintage AT-TE walker. He and Gregor looked up to Rex as their natural leader. Wolffe did not want to have any dealings with the wide galaxy and hid messages that Tano had sent to Rex. Wolffe had an unpleasant initial encounter with the former Great Jedi Purge survivor Kanan Jarrus and believed that the Jedi had come for revenge; only the timely intervention of Rex prevented the escalation of hostilities.
While Rex and Gregor befriend Jarrus and his rebel comrades, Wolffe remained aloof and suspicious of the newcomers. Believing that the presence of Jarrus and his Jedi apprentice Ezra Bridger endangered him and his fellow clone veterans, Wolffe secretly contacted the Empire. When Rex pointed out the errors of his way, Wolffe ultimately accepted Rex's chastisement without bitterness. He made up for his transgression by joining forces with Rex and Gregor to hold back Agent Kallus's AT-AT walkers so that the Spectres could escape. Wolffe came to respect Bridger and Jarrus after the two returned to save him and his clone comrades from being destroyed by Kallus.
Wolffe's sense of loyalty to the Jedi led him, Gregor, and Rex to participate in Ezra's plan to liberate Lothal. While Wolffe initially did not grasp Ezra's plan to use a pod of purrgil to attack Thrawn's fleet, he believed that it would work because it had "Ezra written all over it."
As a clone commander, Wolffe knew how to operate a blaster rifle and an AT-TE walker. He also wore a jetpack during the Battle of Felucia. While Wolffe was a seasoned soldier, he was no match for the Force powers of Asajj Ventress, who trounced him and his men.
Wolffe was also a competent pilot and was able to fly the VCX-100 light freighter Ghost during the Liberation of Lothal.