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Sir, yes sir.
―The clone trooper response.

Clone Troopers are cloned soldiers originating from the Star Wars prequel trilogy, first introduced as the titular army in Attack of the Clones. They later appear as the titular characters in Star Wars: The Clone Wars, as well as the main characters of its spin-off sequel series Star Wars: The Bad Batch and recurring characters in Star Wars Rebels.

They were created in secret on Kamino, and discovered by Obi-Wan Kenobi when he followed a clue to a murder. These clones, being genetically engineered for battle, with accelerated growth, were all cloned from Jango Fett, a well-known and feared bounty hunter.

Clones served in the GAR, the Grand Army of the Republic, alongside the Jedi. When Darth Sidious commenced Order 66, the control chips within the troopers activated and the clones fired upon and killed the Jedi.

After the order, the clones either became stormtroopers or were replaced by them for the first Galactic Empire. Almost immediately, Sidious phased out the clone troopers as his soldiers during his reign as Emperor due to the activation of the inhibitor chips rendering them inferior fighters (as it took away their creativity and improvisation and rendered them more bloodthirsty), the expense of the cloning process, and their vulnerability to genetic diseases that could render them useless. Within a few years, all of the clones were removed from active service except for a select few. They were instead replaced by normal human recruits, which in turn were eventually replaced by children kidnapped from families throughout the galaxy and programmed from birth when the First Order rose to power sometime after the Empire's downfall.

Background[]

Personality[]

The clone troopers are loyal and obedient, and they usually follow orders from high-ranking officials, such as Anakin Skywalker and Obi-Wan Kenobi. Despite this, most clones, like Rex, have individual traits and personalities, and do not always follow orders without question.

Unlike the stormtroopers, the clone troopers are skillful soldiers, being very good at aiming for their targets and have been trained in hand-to-hand combat.

Due to the clone troopers having inhibitor chips implanted into their brains during their growth cycle, the moment they hear the words "Order 66", their individual identities will be completely overridden, and they will unwillingly turn against their Jedi comrades and kill them, having no control of their actions.

The activation of the inhibitor chips had a long-term effect on the clones after carrying out Order 66. While they still retained their personalities to an extent (seen when the normal clones got into a food fight with the Bad Batch), they became blindly loyal to Palpatine. When Palpatine ended the Republic and replaced it with a totalitarian Empire, the clones all cheered for the new Emperor despite the fact that the galaxy then erupted into chaos.

The clones themselves then became much more aggressive and violent than before. They became a sort of police force and returned to wearing all-white armor without any markings, discarding the individual appearances and personalities that they developed during the war.

Within a year, the inhibitor chips began to wear off and many clones gradually regained their personalities and capacity for independent thought.

Abilities[]

  • Marksmanship: Clone troopers are trained at very young ages to be skilled in utilizing blaster pistols and blaster rifles. Many clone troopers are very good at shooting their targets, especially compared to the infamously bad aim of their Imperial successors.
  • Hand-to-Hand Combatant: Clone troopers are trained at very young ages to be skilled in unarmed combat. Many clone troopers are very effective unarmed fighters.

History[]

Origin[]

The clones were an army being made on Kamino for the Galactic Republic. Jedi Knight Obi-Wan Kenobi found them while looking for a bounty hunter, who was their genetic template named Jango Fett. Later on the army were collected by Jedi Master Yoda, who brought them to Geonosis to assist the Jedi in a rescue attempt. They fought the Battle of Geonosis, in which they won, and the Clone Wars began.[1]

The Clone Wars[]

The clone troopers played a major part in the series, appearing in nearly every episode. The two main clones in the series were Captain Rex and Commander Cody—Rex was created for the show, while Cody was the most notable clone in the movies. Other clones were also introduced such as Fives, Echo, Hevy, Fox, Jesse, Kix, Waxer, and Boil. The named clones were known to be killed often, with examples including Hevy, who sacrificed himself in an explosion, and Fives, who was executed after finding out about Order 66.

The sixth season opens with an arc about the origins of Order 66. During a campaign between the Republic and Separatists on the planet Ringo Vinda, Order 66 is initiated in clone trooper Tup too early, leading him to kill Jedi Master Tiplar. Separatist leader Admiral Trench contacts Count Dooku to inform him while Anakin, Rex, and Fives take Tup back to base. They find that he is out of his mind and did not kill Tiplar willingly. Dooku informs Darth Sidious, who fears that his plan for galactic domination may be in jeopardy. He orders Dooku to kidnap Tup to figure out whether the premature execution of his Jedi general was an isolated incident. Tup, coming to his senses and learning that he has killed Tiplar, is loaded onto a medical transport and sent to Kamino to be examined.

On Kamino, scientist Nala Se finds that Tup is in perfect health despite his actions. Nala Se informs Lama Su of the situation and they inform Lord Tyrannus, who unbeknownst to them is Count Dooku. They explain to Dooku that the inhibitor chip that enacted Order 66 has malfunctioned and they want to euthanize Tup so they can do an autopsy. Dooku orders them to send Tup's chip to him. Fives and medical droid AZ-3 sneak into Tup's operating room while everyone is gone and perform a brain scan on Tup. AZ finds that there is a tumor in Tup's head, which is the apparent cause of his murder of Tiplar. Unable to reason with Nala Se, they decide to tell Shaak Ti. AZ removes Tup's "tumor", which is actually the inhibitor chip, and he and Fives are caught by Nala Se and Shaak Ti just as he removes the chip. Tup immediately goes into shock and dies, telling Fives that the never-ending mission in their nightmares is finally over. Fives is declared too dangerous to return to the 501st and is arrested.

Palpatine is informed of Tup's death and orders for the chip to be brought to his medical facility on Coruscant rather than to the Jedi Council as originally planned. Fives and AZ are both scheduled to have their memories wiped, but Fives refuses and escapes with AZ. He sneaks back into the cloning records hall to analyze the "tumor" and compare it to Jango Fett's DNA. Fives and AZ learn that the "tumor" is not a tumor at all and is actually a chip implanted in Tup's brain. They are caught by Nala Se and chased out of the facility, so Fives asks AZ to help him remove his chip too. Examining the two chips, they find that Tup's chip malfunctioned, causing his erratic behavior, while Fives' chip is completely intact. The two sneak into the cloning facility and scan several clone embryos and learn that they all had the chips implanted in them very early. Nala Se catches him again and claims that the chips were implanted in the clones under Master Sifo-Dyas' orders to make the clones less aggressive than Jango. She also insists that the reason the chip malfunctioned is due to a virus. Shaak Ti enters the room and while Nala Se insists on terminating Fives, Shaak Ti ultimately decides to bring Fives to Coruscant so he can plead his case to Palpatine.

On Coruscant, Fives is brought before Palpatine, and Shaak Ti and Nala Se explain the situation to him. This prompts Palpatine to ask the others to leave the room so he can talk one-on-one with Fives. Once they are gone, Palpatine admits he is behind everything in order to goad Fives into attacking him, therefore discrediting Fives and making him look insane. Fives escapes the facility and hides in the underworld. Shaak Ti informs the other Jedi of the situation and an arrest warrant for Fives is put out, although Anakin and Mace Windu become suspicious when they note that law enforcement has specifically avoided asking the Jedi for help. Anakin and Rex decide to go look for Fives on their own, knowing he trusts them. Fives makes his way to a clone bar in the underworld. He finds his squadmate Kix in the bathroom and explains everything to him, and Kix tells him that everyone is now looking for him. Fives tells Kix to contact Rex to meet him and escapes the bar. He enters an abandoned hangar he gave Kix the coordinates to but unbeknownst to him, a probe droid spots him. Commander Fox informs Palpatine and leaves with his shock troopers to find Fives. At the same time, Anakin and Rex find Fives at the coordinates he told Kix to give them. Fives, going insane from having his chip removed, traps Anakin and Rex in a ray shield to get them to listen to him. He tells them about the chips and Palpatine's involvement in the conspiracy against the Jedi, but they hesitate to believe him. Without warning, shock troopers enter and rush at Fives, who is promptly shot in the chest by Fox. Mortally wounded, Fives repeats what Tup said about how "the mission [and] the nightmares [are] finally over" before dying in Rex's arms.

Palpatine informs the council that his personal doctors have done autopsies on both Fives and Tup's bodies and deduced that the decay of both chips was caused by a brain worm on Ringo Vinda. To prevent it from happening again, a remedy is created for every clone in the army. Nala Se sends both chips to Dooku, who then contacts Sidious. Satisfied that the truth has died with Fives, Sidious and Dooku eagerly await for the time to come for them to initiate Order 66.

The seventh and final season introduces Clone Force 99 in the 4-part season premiere. After the Republic realizes that the Separatists on Anaxes are able to predict their strategies, Rex and Cody ask for permission to go behind enemy lines with Clone Force 99, otherwise known as "The Bad Batch", a squad of clone commandos with genetic mutations that enhance their abilities. They learn that Echo, previously thought dead, is alive and being used as a computer by the Separatists. After they save him, he decides to join Clone Force 99 as well.

The final arc of the series takes place during Revenge of the Sith. After Anakin and Obi-Wan are called back to Coruscant to save Chancellor Palpatine from Grievous and Dooku, they decide to split the 501st in half, promoting Rex to commander so he can lead the new division to Mandalore with Ahsoka and Bo-Katan. When the clones learn that Ahsoka has returned, they paint their helmets with her face markings as a sign of loyalty. On Mandalore, Maul kills several clones and injures another group, one of whom tells Ahsoka that Maul captured ARC trooper Jesse to torture him for information about her. Ahsoka saves Jesse, while Rex and his men then capture Maul after Ahsoka defeats him in a lightsaber duel.

Following the Siege of Mandalore, Ahsoka and Rex are returning to Coruscant with Maul as their prisoner. Darth Sidious issues Order 66 to Rex, who tries to resist the programming but succumbs to it and is forced to fire at Ahsoka. She escapes and frees Maul so that the clones will try to kill him instead of her. Rex orders his men to find and kill them both, but Maul effortlessly kills several clones with only the Force and destroys the ship's hyperdrive, while Ahsoka learns about the inhibitor chips from a report filed by Fives before his death. Ahsoka corners and captures Rex to have his chip removed. Rex, no longer controlled by the chip, explains to Ahsoka that every single clone trooper has been affected by this order. The clones, aware that Rex is now disobeying the order, decide that he must die as well.

The pair are then forced to team up against an entire army of clones (led by Jesse, one of Rex's long-time men) aboard the ship. In the confusion, Maul steals a shuttle to escape and Ahsoka tries to pull it back, but Rex is injured, forcing Ahsoka to choose between recapturing Maul or saving Rex. She picks the latter and Maul escapes. With the Venator-class Star Destroyer Tribunal heading towards a moon due to damage caused by Maul, Ahsoka and Rex abandon ship in a Y-wing as the cruiser crashes into the moon, killing all of the clones.

The clones' corpses are recovered by Ahsoka and Rex, who bury them out of respect (as they had no control over their actions) and place their helmets on stakes as grave markers. The pair then go their separate ways and into hiding.

Imperial era[]

Order 66[]

Near the end of the Clone Wars, the Clones were assisting all Jedi on different planets. After Anakin Skywalker's turn to the dark side and the death of Mace Windu, Darth Sidious ordered them via hologram to execute Order 66: kill all Jedi. Most Jedi were wiped out successfully and the Clones became Stormtroopers under the newly formed Galactic Empire.[2]

With the Fall of Coruscant and the elimination of the traitorous Jedi, Palpatine's rise to power was complete. In recognition of our service and loyalty to the Emperor, the 501st were placed under the direct command of Lord Vader. Armed with deadly new weapons, blazing new ships, and shiny new armor, our presence let the galaxy know that the days of the Old Republic, were well and truly over. We were establishing a new era. An era of order and peace.
―Journal entry from a member of the 501st Legion following Order 66


Clone Force 99 (Hunter, Wrecker, Tech, Echo, and Crosshair) witnessed Order 66, with most of the squad being unaffected by their bio-chips. Only Crosshair, the squad sniper, was affected by Order 66, and was later brainwashed by Wilhuff Tarkin into trying to eliminate his squad for failing to execute innocent refugees led by Saw Gerrera. As a result, Clone Force 99 was forced to go rogue and flee Kamino without Crosshair, taking a young female clone named Omega with them as they deserted the Imperial Army.

The Bad Batch visit their and Rex's old contact Cut Lawquane, a clone deserter, on Saleucami for help. Cut reveals that due to the fact that the Empire is evil, he and his family are planning to leave the planet. However, they learn that Palpatine has introduced "chain codes", essentially government-issued IDs, which are now required for all public transport. The normal clones are overseeing public transportation; they have become a military police force and are now stormtroopers. The Bad Batch forge 4 chain codes for Cut, his wife, and their kids, and attempt to send Omega with them due to believing she needs a family, but she decides to stay with the Bad Batch.

End of the Clone Trooper Program[]

Tarkin, looking for an excuse to get rid of the clones, is introduced to four non-clone human recruits picked by Admiral Rampart to be part of a new elite squad led by Crosshair. They are sent to Onderon to eliminare Saw Gerrera and the refugees that the Bad Batch refused to kill, but after arriving they learn that Saw is already gone and only the refugees remain. One of Crosshair's recruits (who has been repeatedly insulting Crosshair for being a clone and insists that human conscripts are superior) protests and says the refugees should be brought in for questioning. Crosshair kills his own soldier in a fit of rage before ordering the rest of the squad to slaughter the civilians, including the elders and children. After completing the mission and returning to Kamino, Crosshair reflects on his actions and the clones' future.

The Bad Batch, now working as mercenaries for criminal Cid Scaleback, reunite with Rex. After he learns that they have still not had their inhibitor chips removed, he takes them to a downed Venator-class Star Destroyer on Bracca so they can be removed like his. They succeed, although Wrecker's chip is accidentally activated due to him having hit his head several times, and he tries to kill the others until it is removed.

After Rex departs, Admiral Rampart learns of the Bad Batch's presence on Bracca and Crosshair is sent to kill them. He outsmarts the group because he is familiar with their strategies and has a detachment of clones and Elite Squad troopers surround them, but when he tries to incinerate them with the Star Destroyer's engine, the plan backfires and he is horribly burned. Meanwhile, some clones capture the Bad Batch's ship but are killed by an unknown assailant, who reveals himself to be Cad Bane. Bane explains that he is here for Omega, leading to a tense stand-off with Hunter. Bane shoots Hunter in the chest, seriously injuring him before kidnapping Omega and leaving. Crosshair, meanwhile, shakes off his injuries quickly. Shortly after, the Bad Batch recovers Omega from Cad Bane and Fennec Shand.

Following the Empire's occupation of Ryloth, Hera Syndulla is spying on the Empire when she is caught by Clone Captain Howzer and his squad. Howzer, unlike the other clones, has kept his personality and morals after Order 66. He brings Hera back to Cham Syndulla and promises to not report the incident to his superiors. Howzer acts as an advisor and right-hand man to Cham, trying to talk him out of shooting corrupt senator Orn Free Taa. However, Crosshair snipes Taa, injuring but not killing him, therefore making it look like an assassination attempt by Cham. Cham and his group are arrested, but Hera manages to escape.

Howzer continues to question his loyalties. While the Bad Batch and Hera free Cham, Crosshair sends his recruits and a battalion of clones to Ryloth's capitol building. Howzer sees this and tips the Bad Batch and Syndullas off about the trap. Deciding he can no longer take part in the Empire's tyranny, Howzer helps them escape out the back before confronting his and Crosshair's men by himself. He tells them all that even though they have fought to free Ryloth from the Separatists, they are now oppressing the people of Ryloth just like the Separatists did. Several of the clones think about this and have a change of heart, breaking free of their brainwashing and dropping their weapons. Crosshair then orders his Elite Squad Troopers and the remaining clones to arrest Howzer and the defectors for treason.

Afterwards, Crosshair asks Rampart for permission to hunt down his brothers. Having finally been convinced of the threat that the Bad Batch poses to the Empire, Rampart grants him permission and Crosshair prepares to depart.

The Bad Batch receives a message from Rex, who tells them that another clone defector has been captured by the Empire and needs help escaping. The defector, revealed to be Gregor, is saved by the Bad Batch (minus Wrecker and Omega) from an Imperial base. They learn that Gregor and the other commandos were assigned to train the new generation of stormtroopers, who are not clones and therefore less effective but able to be deployed in larger numbers. Though they manage to escape, Hunter misses the jump into the shuttle and falls to the forest below, where he is found and captured by the clones and stormtroopers. In his cell, he is greeted by Crosshair, who is displeased that Hunter has not brought the others but decides Hunter will be enough.

The Kaminoans, meanwhile, have had their cloning operation cancelled by the Empire since their contracts were with the Republic, which is now gone. Realizing the Empire plans to kill them all, Lama Su orders Nala Se to prepare to leave Kamino. However, she is found out by Crosshair's squad, and Admiral Rampart admits that while he never liked the clones, he does believe them to be an impressive feat of engineering. Rampart decides that while the Empire has use for a scientist like Nala Se, they have no need for a politician like Lama Su. He then leaves Crosshair's troopers to detain Lama Su in his own office

Hunter is brought to Kamino by Crosshair, who intends to lure the others into a trap to rescue him. Hunter realizes none of the clones are left and only the stormtroopers remain, and tells Crosshair that the Empire will betray him. Crosshair does not care and broadcasts Hunter's location to the Bad Batch. Echo, Tech, Wrecker, and Omega know it is a trap but decide to play along in order to get to Crosshair.

Crosshair brings them all into the training facility, orders his Elite Squad to hold them at gunpoint, and reveals that he no longer wants to kill his brothers, now wanting to recruit them. He reveals that he feels betrayed by them and wants to be brothers again, but Hunter does not trust him. To gain his trust, Crosshair orders the Elite Squad troopers to stand down. The Elite Squad, having been plotting against Crosshair, refuse and turn on him, leading him to kill them. Omega activates the training droids to buy time for the Bad Batch to escape, but by the time they are activated, Crosshair's men are already dead, so the droids can only target the Bad Batch. The squad is forced to team up with Crosshair against the droids and successfully defeats them all. Hunter and Crosshair try to reason with each other, with Crosshair revealing that his inhibitor chip was removed shortly after he switched sides and he has actually been acting of his own free will. Unable to find common ground, Crosshair gives up and tries to kill Hunter. Hunter, despite knowing Crosshair is too far gone, refuses to kill him and stuns him. Meanwhile, the last of the stormtroopers, including ES-02 (the only remaining Elite Squad trooper), are evacuated from Kamino, with Rampart ordering her to abandon Crosshair.

With Nala Se and the cloning technology in Imperial hands and the rest of the Kaminoans dead, Tarkin orders Rampart to destroy Kamino to wipe out the last remnants of the clone army once and for all. The Bad Batch flees with a still-unconscious Crosshair, but Rampart orders his fleet of Star Destroyers to bombard the city. The cloning facility falls into the ocean with the Bad Batch still inside, and Rampart incorrectly assumes that they are all dead. After learning that all settlements on the planet have been destroyed, he decides not to destroy the whole planet and leaves to rendezvous with the Imperial fleet.

Eventually, the Bad Batch manage to escape from the wreckage of Tipoca City, with Crosshair and Omega even saving each other's lives. Despite this, Crosshair declines to rejoin the group, saying the Empire gives him purpose, and the others leave without him.

Some time later, the Empire is emptying out Count Dooku's abandoned castle, leading the Bad Batch to raid the operation. Clone Captain Wilco, who is in charge of the operation, recognizes the Bad Batch and informs Rampart after the squad escapes. Rampart, fearing what Tarkin will do to him for failing to wipe out the Bad Batch, orders Wilco to lie about the Bad Batch's presence on the mission report. When Wilco refuses, Rampart murders him and falsifies the report himself.

Crosshair returns to the Empire after having been stranded on Kamino for over a month. Upon being cleared for active duty, Rampart demotes him and pairs him up with Commander Cody to assist in freeing Imperial governor Grotton from a Separatist remnant on Desix. Cody deeply regrets having carried out Order 66, not realizing he was brainwashed, leading to friction between him and Crosshair. Upon finding the Separatist governor, Tawni Ames, Cody attempts to negotiate with her. Grotton orders Cody to kill her, but he refuses, leading Crosshair to kill her instead. The Empire then sends stormtroopers to occupy Desix. Cody, disgusted by Crosshair's actions, defects from the Empire.

The Defense Recruitment Bill[]

Rampart spreads the story that Kamino was destroyed in a catastrophic storm, leading a handful of clones to plan to reveal that Rampart was the one responsible, but he has them all killed. He meanwhile pushes for the passing of the Defense Recruitment Bill, which would officially decommission the clones and replace them with recruits. Rampart is opposed by senators Bail Organa and Riyo Chuchi. When Chuchi comes close to discovering Rampart's involvement in the destruction of Kamino, he attempts to have her assassinated as well, but she is saved by Rex. They learn that the assassin who has been killing clones on Rampart's behalf is a clone himself, but he commits suicide before they can get any information out of him.

Rex recruits the Bad Batch to help steal the command log from Rampart's Star Destroyer, currently docked on Coruscant, in order to prove that he was the one who destroyed Kamino. They successfully steal the log and Omega delivers it to Chuchi and Bail, who use it to play a recording in front of the whole senate showing Rampart's fleet bombing Kamino.

With Rampart caught, Palpatine enters the senate floor and pretends to be horrified that Rampart would commit such an atrocity. Palpatine has Rampart arrested, then declares that the clones can no longer be trusted because they helped him inflict such carnage without question. As a result, he gives his full support for the passing of the Defense Recruitment Bill. With the clones now in an even worse place than before, Echo leaves the Bad Batch to assist Rex in helping other clones.

Mount Tantiss on the planet Wayland is made the new base for the Empire's cloning operation. Chief scientist Royce Hemlock fails to convince Nala Se to help with the Empire's cloning projects. Meanwhile, Cid sends the Bad Batch to recover cargo from a disabled Imperial ship. After finding all of the clone commandos guarding the ship dead, they learn that the cargo is a baby Zillo Beast similar to the one that attacked Coruscant during the war, cloned by the Empire. The beast rapidly grows in size and rampages on a nearby moon; the Batch are forced to retreat when Hemlock sends clone commandos to capture and execute anyone who saw the beast. Lama Su is brought to Tantiss and tells Hemlock of Omega's existence, suggesting he should capture her to have leverage against Nala Se.

Crosshair is assigned to serve under Lieutenant Nolan, a rookie who hates clones even more than Rampart did. They are sent to the tundra planet Barton-4 to inspect the local garrison, led by Clone Commander Mayday. When local rebels attack and steal several crates from the base, all of the clones except Crosshair and Mayday are killed. Nolan orders them to retrieve the stolen crates; Crosshair quickly befriends Mayday during the mission. When they find the stolen goods, they learn that the crates contain stormtrooper armor that Mayday and his men could have been wearing the whole time. An avalanche occurs, mortally wounding Mayday, leading Crosshair to carry him all the way back to base.

Upon Crosshair and Mayday's return to base, Nolan is furious that they did not recover the crates. Crosshair begs Nolan to give Mayday medical attention, but he refuses and lets Mayday die. Finally realizing that the Empire will never care about clones, a distraught Crosshair shoots Nolan dead. As a result, he is arrested on the spot by Nolan's stormtroopers. He awakes in a prison cell on Mount Tantiss, where he is told by scientist Emerie Karr that she will help him stay alive as long as he cooperates.

Howzer and his surviving men are being transported to Tantiss to be used as test subjects by Hemlock, but are saved by Echo, Gregor, and felllow rogue clones Fireball and Nemec. Senator Chuchi then learns that clones are being sent to be experimented on after decommissioning. On Tantiss, Hemlock tortures Crosshair for information about the Batch, leading him to attempt to escape and warn them. However, Hemlock stops him and increases the extent of the torture.

The clone rebellion[]

After learning of Tantiss' location and Crosshair's warning, the Batch decide to rescue him and the other clones. They learn that Tarkin is holding a summit on his homeworld Eriadu to discuss highly-classified Imperial projects, and that Hemlock will be among those present. They formulate a plan to plant a tracker on Hemlock's ship and then follow it to Tantiss. However, Saw Gerrera happens to be infiltrating the base at the same time, with the intention of blowing it up. He refuses to cooperate with the Batch and sets off his explosives as he leaves, destroying the tracker. The Batch abort the mission and flee, but the monorail they escape on becomes partially derailed and Tech is left dangling over the ravine. Tech decides that the only option is to sever the connection between the cars, but refuses when Wrecker tries to pull him to safety. Despite the others' pleas, Tech shoots the connection hinge, causing the second car to plummet into the abyss. This results in Tech falling to his death. The surviving members of the squad escape, but Hunter and Wrecker are severely injured.

The Bad Batch all return to Cid on Ord Mantell to mourn Tech's loss, only to learn that she has sold them out to the Empire. Hemlock and his clone commandos arrive, arresting Hunter and Wrecker as Echo and Omega escape. Echo hijacks a walker to free Hunter and Wrecker, but Omega is cornered and captured by Clone Commando Scorch. Hemlock flees with Omega while his troops chase Hunter, Wrecker, and Echo off Ord Mantell. Realizing that they have absolutely no leads on where Hemlock took Omega, Hunter and Wrecker begin searching the galaxy for her while Echo returns to Rex's clone resistance.

On Tantiss, Omega is shown Crosshair being tortured and meets Emerie Karr, who reveals that she is a clone herself and thus Omega's only sister. While imprisoned on Tantiss, Nala Se is forced to take blood samples from Omega and the other clones, but secretly discards all of Omega's. Palpatine comes to inspect Tantiss' main endeavor, Project Necromancer, which will allow him to come back to life in a clone body in the event of his death. As he leaves, Omega ultimately stages a successful escape with Crosshair. Hemlock tries to order their ship shot down, but Emerie reveals that Omega's blood is special because it will allow an individual's midi-chlorian count to be duplicated into a clone; this would allow Palpatine's clones to be Force-sensitive. Realizing Omega is vital to Project Necromancer, Hemlock calls off his troops and lets her go.

Omega and Crosshair make their way back to the Bad Batch, although it takes time for Crosshair to regain Hunter's trust. They reunite with Rex when his allies are targeted by another clone assassin. Howzer is distrustful of Crosshair, since he was the one who ordered the arrest of Howzer and his men. They attempt to interrogate the clone assassin, but Scorch sends another, CX-2, to kill the assassin before he can reveal any information. After learning of Omega's presence, he is ordered to capture her, killing Rex's entire clone resistance except for Howzer in the process. Howzer reconciles with Crosshair after realizing how close he has become to Omega.

Commander Wolffe arrives on the scene with two squads, one all clones and the other stormtroopers. He berates CX-2 for using excessive force, but he disregards this. After a fight with Crosshair, CX-2 escapes. Wolffe and his men intercept Rex and the batch; recognizing each other, Rex and Wolffe have a conversation about what the Empire is doing; after being reminded that he is being ordered to target a child, Wolffe orders his men to stand down and let Rex and the others go, with them all being saved by Echo and Gregor. With his faith in the Empire now severely shaken, Wolffe orders his men to properly bury all of the clones that were killed.

Life After Retirement[]

While on the planet Daiyu searching for Princess Leia, Obi-Wan Kenobi comes across Nax a homeless clone veteran from the 501st Legion. Obi-Wan takes pity on him and gives him some money.[3]

The Rebellion[]

A few clone troopers appear in the second season of Star Wars Rebels, led by Rex. Kanan at first didn't trust the clone troopers, thinking there wasn't really a difference between them and the Stormtroopers and still not having gotten over his master's death during Order 66, but he learnt to trust them. After the clones' reintroduction, Rex becomes a main character in the series, while Wolffe and Gregor return in the three-part series finale. Gregor was killed during the battle of Lothal, leaving Rex and Wolffe among the few known clones left in the galaxy.[4]

Notable clones[]

  • "Crys"
  • "Wilco" †
  • CT-5555 "Fives"
  • CT-782 "Hevy" †
  • CC-1010 "Fox"
  • CT-5597 "Jesse" †
  • CT-4040 "Cutup" †
  • "99" †
  • CT-00-2010 "Droidbait" †
  • "Mayday" †
  • "Mox"
  • "Zeke"
  • "Stak"
  • CC-8826 "Neyo"
  • CC-4477 "Thire"
  • "Cut Lawquane"
  • CX-1
  • CX-2
  • CT-5385 "Tup" †
  • "Bel"
  • "Hardcase"
  • "Kosmos"
  • CT-1477
  • "Lucky" †
  • "Nax"
  • "Greer" †
  • "Appo"
  • "Fil"
  • "Ringo"
  • "Oz"
  • "Comet"
  • "Sinker"
  • CT-4860 "Boost"
  • "Kosmos" †
  • "Cameron" †
  • "Goji"
  • "Rod"
  • "Doom"
  • "HawK"
  • "Jester"
  • "Punch"
  • CT-411 "Ponds" †
  • "Chopper"
  • "Slick" (traitor)
  • "Stone"
  • "Draa"
  • "Buzz" †
  • CC-1993 "Jet"
  • "Thorn" †
  • "Rys"
  • "Jek" †
  • "Zack"
  • "Ridge" †
  • "Axe"
  • "Slammer"
  • "Kickback"
  • "Tucker"
  • "Swoop"
  • "Razor'
  • "Stak" (ARF Trooper)
  • "Crasher"

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  • Since the Clone Wars film, all of the clone troopers are voiced by Dee Bradley Baker, with the exception of a young Boba Fett and the younger clones, who are all voiced by Daniel Logan instead (who also played them in Attack of the Clones). In the prequel films and their brief appearances in Obi-Wan Kenobi and The Book of Boba Fett, they were all played by Temuera Morrison, who also played their host Jango Fett and later took over the role of Boba.
  • Unlike both generations of stormtroopers, the clones in the films were entirely computer-generated, with Morrison's head superimposed when necessary. Obi-Wan Kenobi marks the first time that the clones have been fully portrayed by actual stunt actors.
  • With the same name, the Grand Army of the Republic was founded near Chicago, in Springfield Illinois in 1866 and grew to include hundreds of "posts" (local community units) across the nation (predominantly in the North, but also a few in the South and West). It was dissolved in 1956 at the death of its last member,
  • Media set after Order 66 has avoided showing the clones' faces unless they remain on the side of good. This is done to dehumanize them and cement the fact that they are now villains.

References[]

  1. Star Wars: Attack of the Clones
  2. Star Wars: Revenge of the Sith
  3. Obi-Wan Kenobi: "Chapter 2"
  4. Star Wars Rebels
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