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The Clone Wars are a series of fictional galactic battles in George Lucas's science fiction saga Star Wars. The conflict is first mentioned in the film Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope (1977), but no details are given (except for the implication of clones being involved), and the wars themselves are not featured until the series' fifth and sixth films, Attack of the Clones (2002) and Revenge of the Sith (2005), the second and third episodes of the six-part Star Wars film series. The 2D animated microseries Star Wars: Clone Wars (2003–2005) and 3D CGI animated series Star Wars: The Clone Wars (2008–present), chronicle some of the war's major campaigns. Additional events and stories are detailed in a multimedia campaign consisting of Star Wars literature and video games. Many of the events featured have parallels in history, politics, and mythology from which Lucas and other writers drew inspiration.

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Star Wars 1313 is an upcoming third-person action-adventure video game developed and to be published by LucasArts.[2] The game will put the player in the role of a bounty hunter navigating the planet Coruscant's subterranean level 1313 underworld as they try to uncover the truth surrounding a criminal conspiracy.[3] The game will take a more mature, gritty direction compared to past Star Wars video games and emphasizes fast-paced, gadget and weapon based combat using tools exclusive to bounty hunters rather than Force and lightsaber based combat..[4][5][6] It has been announced that Star Wars 1313 will be released for Xbox 360, PC and PlayStation 3.[citation needed] No Wii U release has been announced.



While being developed in-house by LucasArts, the game is undergoing an integrated development approach that involves Industrial Light & Magic, Lucasfilm Animation and Skywalker Sound.[2] The game's title was trademarked in May 2012,[7] and the game was announced later that month by LucasArts. The game was officially revealed at E3 2012 the following month. Spike TV broadcasted a sneak peek on June 4th showing exclusive gameplay footage.

It is being developed on top of Unreal Engine 3, as shown in the latest Developer Diary called "Descent to the Underworld"[8]. The diary video shows the game running in 64-bit mode with the Direct3D 11 rendering path.

The clone troopers of the Army of the Republic are soldiers in the fictional Star Wars universe, cloned from Jango Fett, a Mandalorian bounty hunter. They first appeared in Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones, and returned in Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith where they were played primarily by Temuera Morrison. In the two TV shows, they are voiced by Andre Sogliuzzo and Dee Bradley Baker. In these movies, clone troopers comprised the bulk of the Army of the Republic during the Clone Wars. They are depicted as the main part of the armed forces of the Galactic Republic in its final years, becoming one of the largest armies ever assembled, only surpassed by the Separatist Droid Army. After the Clone Wars, they served as the nucleus for the armed forces of the Galactic Empire, eventually becoming the Imperial Stormtroopers.

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1 History

2 Specialized clone troopers

3 Clone trooper armor

4 Ranks

5 See also

6 References

7 External links



In Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones, it was revealed that the genetic template of the clone troopers was Jango Fett, one of the most feared bounty hunters in the Galaxy. In exchange for "considerable" payment and an unaltered clone "son," Boba Fett,[2] Jango provided his genetic material and Mandalorian battle training to the cloners on Kamino. All clone troopers' genes were manipulated; they had accelerated aging, making them grow and mature twice as fast as a normal human, and were made more loyal and willing to follow orders than their donor. The clone troopers were outfitted with armor styled after Mandalorian rebels (death watch) battle armor (notably the helmet and its T-shaped visor) and armed with weapons and vehicles produced in secret by Kuat Drive Yards, Rendili Stardrive, and Sienar Fleet Systems.

The Battle of Geonosis marked the first deployment of the clone troopers as well as the beginning of the Clone Wars. After Geonosis, clone trooper armies were led by Jedi generals, who were in turn accompanied by Clone Commanders. The clone troopers eventually carried out Order 66 at the behest of Chancellor Palpatine, turning the clones against their Jedi generals. This marked the end of the Clone Wars, as well as the death of the Old Republic. After the war and the birth of the Galactic Empire, the clone trooper army evolved into the Imperial Stormtrooper Corps.[3]

According to Star Wars Battlefront II, the surviving clone troopers were fitted with new armor and weapons, and became the Imperial Stormtrooper corps of the Empire. Later, a combination of natural-born humans as well as clones from different donor templates would be incorporated into the Stormtrooper corps. One of the few Stormtrooper legions to remain completely composed of Fett clones throughout the era of the Empire was the 501st Legion, which was created by Albin Johnson, beloved commander of 501st Legion, serial number TK-210.


Specialized clone troopers

Within the film series and in the Star Wars Expanded Universe media, a number of specialized trooper units are seen, including elite special forces units such as the Advanced Reconnaissance Commandos (ARC troopers), and Null ARCs,[4] who usually work alone, and Republic Commandos, who operate in squads of four, with each member a specialist of some kind, created for the video game Star Wars: Republic troopers and reappearing in the "Star Wars Republic Commando" series novels by . All clone commandos and ARCs were trained by Mandalorian mercenaries. The Elite Clone Troopers are called Shadow Troopers. (accelerated age 4), but had been deemed too incompetent. The chief scientist, Ko Sai, had desergeants, named Kal Skirata, stepped in and took the six child Nulls to his quarters, where he trained and taught them about their Mandalorian heritage. Later, Kal trained a company of 104 commandos, making 26 squads of 4. Two of these squads were Theta and Omega. 74 other Mandolorian sergeants trained a company of commandos each, where 25 non-Mando sergeants trained the other companies. The clone troopers armor depend on the rank or environment they are in, an examples are the clone troopers on Kashyyk, they wear green armour, and the 501st legiment wears armour with blue stripes down their helmet and armor. Another example is the aquatic SCUBA troopers, who appear in the animated series Star Wars: Clone Wars. Notable units in the novels are Delta Squad and Omega Squad.[5][6]


Clone trooper armor



Phase I Clone Trooper cosplayer WonderCon 2010

No physical clone trooper costume was produced for their first onscreen appearance. As revealed in the audio commentary of Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones, every single clone trooper in the film is a computer generated image. In fact, the only thing present on the set was the actor, whose head was used during scenes requiring a clone's face. In Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith, the armor is redesigned, but remains computer generated. Within the fictional history of the Star Wars universe, this is the basis of the Imperial Stormtrooper armor and shows a gradual evolution in design toward the armor worn in episodes III-VI, known as "Phase II" armor.[citation needed] Captain Rex wears a kama on his legs with holsters for his 2 pistols and a pauldron.



Originally clone troopers were identified in rank by the color of their armor, as in this chart below. However, by Episode III: The Revenge of the Sith, colors became associated with a trooper's legion affiliation.

Black — Shadow Trooper

White — Clone Private (standard trooper)

Green — Clone Sergeant, commanded squads made up of 9 troops.

Blue — Clone Lieutenant, commanded platoons made up of 4 squads (36 troops)

Red — Clone Captain, commanded Companies made up of four platoons (144 troops).

Yellow/Orange — Clone Commander, commanded regiments made up of four battalions (2,304 troops). Many of these commanders were grown with more capacity for independent thought than their troops, and were sometimes known by names rather than numbers. They also received training from the ARC trooper Alpha-17.

Once the Galactic Empire is established, all armor uniforms of the clone-troopers, now re-classified as 'storm-troopers' and issued new armor, are once again all white, with no outward signs of neither rank, nor legion or other unit affiliation.



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