Sunila and Jake
Jake had no robes. He just wore his usual clothes, a tee-shirt and a pair of jeans that weren't too big for him with his braces over the top of them, and his battered old shirt that he'd been wearing when he arrived covered the top part of the braces and the motor. It didn't bother him when he'd gone out with the other Jedi to help defend the islanders and he looked like some scruffy homeless person beside the rest of them - he'd long since stopped caring what he looked like, and he knew he was supposed to be there, which was all that mattered.
Long years of fighting meant that he saw no problems with doing whatever was necessary to survive as he made his way through the city. For the first while, Jake was able to use the destruction the creatures caused as weapons against them, sending chunks of wall hurtling towards various heads and limbs before yanking their feet out from underneath them and dropping the same lumps of rubble or burning timbers on their faces. Burning embers were thrown into creatures' eyes, leaving them unaware of the exposed metal girders they got shoved into and impaled upon. A particularly irritating little group of what looked like cat-sized wasps got slammed into a nearby wall with a strong Force-shove, and then squashed one-by-one by a couple of breeze-blocks. One of the chimera-things that had fucked with his other self, weeks ago, wound up struggling to breathe as Jake choked the life out of it, and then used its body to sideswipe its partner into a burning building that then collapsed around the pair of them.
Eventually, though, it wasn't enough to cope. Jake leapt up to the nearest flat roof, to get a better idea of the lay of the land, and where he needed to go next. While he did that, he reached under his shirt and unclipped a couple of parts from the motor on his braces. They slotted together with practiced ease, and formed a hilt that fitted Jake's grip perfectly. He thumbed at a small switch and a blue blade appeared. A climbing whatever-the-fuck stuck its head up over the edge of the roof, snarling when it spotted him, but Jake just ran at it and lopped it's head off with his lightsaber in one smooth motion, not even bothering to see where it fell as he threw himself off the roof and down towards the fighting once more, running past Sunila as he did so.