Star Wars.com’s Clone-O-Rama

A few days ago, starwars.com posted its clone captain and commander hall of fame, everyone from Appo to Zak with every Cody and Neyo in between.

Commander Fil (CC-3714) was assigned to Jedi General Nahdar Vebb, who had recently been promoted to Jedi Knight. He joined Vebb on a mission to Vassek in search for Nute Gunray, but was killed in the trap that General Grievous had laid for them on the moon. Commander Fox (CC-1010) was in command of the Coruscant Guard, and assisted Senator Amidala in the capture of Ziro the Hutt. He was later assigned to guard the Judiciary Detention Center, and participated in the chase for fugitive Jedi Ahsoka Tano. Commander Gree (CC-1004) commanded the 41st Elite Corps, and served with Jedi General Luminara Unduli. An expert of alien cultures, he saw action on many fronts from Rodia to Alzoc III, and eventually Kashyyyk. After Order 66 was issued, he was beheaded by Master Yoda before he could fulfill the order.

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6 Responses to “Star Wars.com’s Clone-O-Rama”

  1. susanbowess Says:

    What about Rex? Wasn’t he a major character on The Clone Wars animated series?

    • lazypadawan Says:

      Don’t look at me, I didn’t write it ;).

      • susanbowess Says:

        My mistake. Rex was mentioned in the article…

        “Captain Rex (CT-7567) served in the 501st Legion, and saw frontline action with Jedi General Anakin Skywalker from Christophsis to Onderon. He later relinquished command of the 501st and ended up living out the war with Gregor and Wolffe, the three having removed their Order 66 implants.”

    • Captain Fordo Says:

      Rex? Look at poor Captain Fordo. He and his muunilist 10 squad were responsible for conquering Muunilist and rescuing the jedi on hypori.

  2. lovelucas Says:

    I’m kind of negatory on all recognition of Clone/Stormtroopers. I now associate all “features” as more collective kissing ass.

  3. Eduardo Jencarelli Says:

    Do check out this fan film. Worth the 15 minutes.

    Technically speaking, it’s perfect. The direction, the choreography. Can’t think of a more adequate tribute to the prequels.

    My only quibble has to do with the actress playing the Padawan. Definitely not a professional.

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