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Order 66
Bly Order 66
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Era(s):
"In the event of Jedi officers acting against the interests of the Republic, and after receiving specific orders verified as coming directly from the Supreme Commander (Chancellor), GAR commanders will remove those officers by lethal force, and command of the GAR will revert to the Supreme Commander (Chancellor) until a new command structure is established."
―Order 66
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Order 66 was one of the 150 Contingency Orders first established in the beginning days of the clone army, established by the Kaminoans.[1] The orders were memorized by all troopers, and they covered everything from the Supreme Chancellor failing his duties (Order 65) to the Jedi betraying the Galactic Republic (Order 66).[1] In addition to the memorization, organic chips were placed in each clone trooper's head.[2] It made them carry out the orders,[3] but some troopers were able to resist the chip.[4][1]

Order 66 commanded all the clone troopers to kill their Jedi officers in the event that they had betrayed the Republic. Almost all the Jedi were exterminated because of this. Very few Jedi survived this such as Obi-Wan Kenobi, Yoda and Kanan Jarrus.

Description Edit

Order 66 was the sixty-sixth contingency order out of 150 contingency plans.[1] Each one was programmed into the chip that was planted in all clone troopers brains.[2] Like all the contingency orders, when delivered to the clones, they were to be executed without hesitation.[3] Despite memorizing the orders, if the chip was removed, for cases such as Fives,[2] Rex,[4] Gregor[4] and Wolffe,[4] they would execute the order or not on their own personal accord.

If the Order was given, the clones were supposed to execute their Jedi Generals or any Jedi around them. The only clones that would execute their Jedi General would be ones to receive the order. The order was given at the end of the Clone Wars.[3]

HistoryEdit

PreludeEdit

YouAreUnderArrest

The Jedi preparing to arrest Palpatine

Before the Order was given, Jedi General Anakin Skywalker confronted Chancellor Palpatine, discovering that he was a Sith Lord. After reporting this to Jedi General Mace Windu, he ordered Skywalker to stay at the Temple, while he took care of it. Windu and Jedi Generals Kit Fisto, Saesee Tiin, and Agen Kolar went to deal with the Sith Lord. However, he was too much for them, taking out Kolar and Tiin almost instantly, with Fisto not long after.[3] Skywalker disobeyed Windu and went to assist, finding Fisto, Kolar and Tiin's corpses[5] and seeing Windu fighting Palpatine. Skywalker felt his emotions tear at him, eventually falling to the dark side and removed Windu's hand.[3] Skywalker would die and become Darth Vader shortly thereafter.

Activation Edit

Before Vader led the 501st Legion to the Jedi Temple, Palpatine gave the order, via comlink. First he ordered marshal commander Cody and the 212th Attack Battalion to open fire on Kenobi. They did so without a moments hesitation, besides Cody's thought of "you couldn't done that before I gave him his lightsaber?".[5] Cody ordered their AT-TE to shoot down Kenobi and the creature he was riding on. He knocked the Jedi off the cliff wall, killing Boga and sending them falling into the rivers deep below. Marshal Commander Bacara and the Galactic Marines were next, killing Jedi General Ki-Adi-Mundi. All clones were given the order, including the 327th Star Corps killed Aayla Secura,[3] the 127th Gunship Wing who shot Plo Koon down,[3] Grey's Battalion who killed Depa Billaba[6] and the 91st Mobile Reconnaissance Corps who killed Stass Allie.[3]

Knightfall

Darth Vader leading the 501st Legion to execute Order 66

Vader then took the 501st Legion to the Jedi Temple and began killing Jedi left and right, including Jurokk,[5] Cin Drallig,[3] Serra Keto,[7] Whie Maelroux,[3] Bene,[3] Sors Bandeam[3] and hundreds of others. Jedi General Shaak Ti, a council member, was killed by Vader himself.[8] Jedi General Kazdan Paratus was one of the few to actually escape the massacre at the Temple.[9] Several more Jedi were killed that night before they could escape off planet.[1]

On Mandalore, former Jedi General Ahsoka Tano was given her title again to fight a final battle in the Clone Wars, the Siege of Mandalore,[10] with her own company of the 332nd[11] fighting alongside her. During the battle, all the clones including Captain Rex were given the order. However, Rex had removed his inhibitor chip, which forced all the clones to comply, willingly or not.[10] Rex saved Ahsoka from the troopers of the 332nd and faked her death.

Kanan Order 66

Caleb Dume during Order 66

Caleb Dume, Padawan to Depa Billaba, was with his master when the order was given. The two killed several of the clones attempting to kill them, but Billaba was eventually killed.[6] Dume managed to escape by stealing a ship. Enroute to Coruscant, as the Jedi's beacon was going off, Dume received a message from Obi-Wan Kenobi who told all the Jedi to stay away from Coruscant. Dume entered the system and was almost instantly shot down, but he managed to escape back to Kaller, where he was stationed.[12] Eventually Commander Grey and Captain Styles caught Dume, but he managed to escape from them, with Grey's help. Dume became a smuggler and a drunk for several years, under the name of Kanan Jarrus.[13]

Aftermath Edit

Around 2% of the Jedi Order survived the genocide, including Kenobi, Yoda, Jarrus, K'Kruhk, Jax Pavan, and Bardan Jusik. Kenobi went off to rescue Ferus Olin, a former Jedi who had left the order, but would then go off to watch over Luke Skywalker, Vader's unborn son.[14] Yoda would leave and remain on Dagobah for over 20 years until he finally became one with the Force.[15] Jarrus would be rescued from his drunken days by Hera Syndulla, a kindhearted Twi'lek,[13] and the two would form a unit known as the Spectres,[16] with a young boy named Ezra Bridger, who Jarrus trained in the ways of the Force.[17]

K'Kruhk would go on to live for many hundred years, joining Luke Skywalker's Jedi Order, becoming a High Council member. Pavan would survive the Temple massacre, eventually joining an organization called Whiplash, where they killed several Imperials and even fought Vader. He survived at least two duels with Vader and would go on to become a private eye.[18] Jusik had left the Order only a few months prior to the Order being given, but he was still a target due to his past. Jusik traveled off planet with a group of clone commandos and ARC troopers and Mandalorians who had become his family. Kal Skirata, their leader, adopted him, and he became one of his many sons he had adopted.[19]

Ahsoka Tano and Ferus Olin also survived the execution of the Order, despite leaving the Jedi Order years prior. Olin had left when he was simply a Padawan, after the death of his Master, Siri Tachi.[14] Kenobi went to rescue Olin as he had discovered he was on the list of Jedi the clones were hunting. Kenobi tracked him down and rescued him. He revealed he was apart of a resistance group called The Eleven, which terrorized the Imperial presence on the planet.[14] Olin would go on to form another resistance group with several other Jedi, but eventually he would die assisting the Rebel Alliance. Rex saved Ahsoka and the two friends parted ways until 15 years later.[20] Ahsoka would go on to become a mechanic for several different backwater operations. However, she eventually revealed herself as a Jedi.[10] She managed to go into hiding again as "Fulcrum" until she revealed herself to the Rebels as Ahsoka.[21]

Several clones became mentally unstable after order was commissioned. Darman became mentally unstable after Order, after losing his wife. During the war, he grew close to Jedi General Etain Tur-Mukan and would eventually marry her.[1] However, their marriage was very short lived; she was killed during the Order attempting to save a clone trooper. Darman witnessed her death, going rampant and closed off.[1] Niner was injured during the battle and Darman remained with him, but Niner recognized that this was not the Darman he grew to know and love.[19]

Wolffe

Wolffe became unstable in his old age; he threatened the Spectres until Rex disarmed him

GregorUnstable

Gregor threatens the Spectres until Rex orders him to stand down.

Commander Wolffe had also become unstable. 15 years after the Order was given, Wolffe, Rex and Gregor were enjoying retirement on Seelos when Kanan Jarrus, Ezra Bridger, Sabine Wren and Garazeb Orrelios came looking for Rex. Wolffe opened fire on them thinking that the Jedi had betrayed them, with Rex securing him, calming him down telling him that they weren't the ones who had betrayed them. Wolffe didn't kill any Jedi during Order 66, but he still received the order.[4] Gregor had also become unstable, but that was most likely due to having amnesia and then getting blown up and surviving. Gregor also did not kill any Jedi, but he did receive the order.[4]

Rex would go on to join the Rebel Alliance, becoming one of the high ranking officers of Phoenix group and eventually the Massassai group.[4][22] It is possible that Sev, a member of Delta Squad, survived after the Battle of Kashyyyk, where he went missing, only just before Order 66 was given. Sev would become the progenitor of the Rebel Alliance.[23]

ParticipantsEdit

KillsEdit

  • Jedi General Ali-Alann: Killed by the 501st[33]
  • Jedi General Stass Allie: Killed by Neyo and CT-3432[3][28]
  • Jedi General Depa Billaba: Killed by Styles and Grey[6]
  • Jedi General and Battlemaster Cin Drallig: Killed by Darth Vader[3]
  • Jedi General Sian Jeisel: Killed herself and several others[34]
  • Jedi General and Gate Master Jurokk: Killed by Darth Vader[5]
  • Jedi General Ki-Adi-Mundi: Killed by Bacara[3]
  • Jedi General Plo Koon: Killed by Jag and CT-57/11-9048[3][28]
  • Jedi General Ferroda: Killed by X2[35]
  • Jedi General Saras Loorne: Killed by troopers of the 22nd Air Combat Wing[31]
  • Jedi General Du Mahn: Killed by clone troopers on Bogden[34]
  • Jedi General Simms: Killed by Commander Keller
  • Jedi General Sev: Killed by an ARC Commander[29]
  • Jedi General Shaak Ti: Killed by Darth Vader[36]
  • Jedi General Tiplar: Killed by Tup (Pre-Order 66)[37]
  • Jedi General Traavis: Killed by Aiwha Squad[25]
  • Three Unidentified Jedi Generals: Killed by Darth Vader[24]
  • Unidentified Jedi General and Holocron Keeper: Killed by Darth Vader[24]
  • Unidentified Zabrak Jedi General: Killed by Darth Vader[38]
  • Jedi General Neem Bees: Killed by Deviss[39]
  • Jedi General Aayla Secura: Killed by the 327th Star Corps troopers[3]
  • Jedi General Olana Chion: Killed by the 501st[3]
  • Jedi General Huulik: Killed by blood loss caused by clone troopers[40]
  • Jedi General Serra Keto: Killed by Darth Vader[7]
  • Jedi General Barriss Offee: Killed by Lieutenant Galle[41]
  • Jedi General Etain Tur-Mukan: Indirectly killed by another Jedi, while trying to save a clone trooper[1]
  • Jedi General Tru Veld: Killed by the 501st[1]
  • Two Unidentified Jedi Generals: Killed by clone troopers[34]
  • Between 3 and 7 Jedi Commanders: Killed in melee while trying to escape Coruscant[1]
  • Jedi Commander Bene: Killed by Darth Vader[3]
  • Jedi Commander Zett Jukassa: Killed by Sergeant Fox[3]
  • Jedi Commander Whie Malreaux: Killed by Darth Vader[3]
  • Jedi Youngling Sors Bandeam: Killed by Darth Vader[3]
  • Jedi Youngling Jeswi Ele: Killed by Darth Vader[3]
  • Jedi Youngling Shia Letap: Killed by Darth Vader[3]
  • Jedi Mina Podia: Killed by 41st Elite Corps[42]
  • Unidentified Youngling Clan: Killed by Darth Vader[3]
  • Ten Members of the Hawkbat Clan: Killed by clone troopers[34]
  • Several Unidentified Jedi: Killed by several forces, including the Coruscant Guard[27]

Failed Kills Edit

  • Jedi High General Obi-Wan Kenobi; attempted by Commander Cody [3]
  • Jedi High General Yoda; attempted by Commander Gree [3]
  • Jedi Commander Caleb Dume/Kanan Jarrus; attempted by Styles and Grey [6]

Deserters and Disobedient Edit

The clones all had chips inserted into their brains at a very early stage of development. However, some troopers chips were removed or the clones somehow managed to resist it.

Units Edit

  • Omega Squad[1]
    • Darman (Reason: Etain Tur-Mukan and Darman were married, and Tur-Mukan was killed in the Order's initiation. Technically he killed a Jedi, but only after they killed Tur-Mukan)
    • Sergeant Niner (Reason: Niner didn't care for the Jedi much, but he looked at Etain and Bardan Jusik as a sister and a brother. Niner was injured by a Jedi after the order was given)
    • Atin (Reason: Atin, like his squadmates, didn't care much for the Jedi, but he loved Tur-Mukan and Jusik like family.)
    • Fi (Reason: Fi was injured earlier in the war and was dispatched as dead, but he managed to escape to Mandalore. He did not receive the order, as he abandoned his armor and equipment)
    • Corr (Reason: Corr, like his squadmates, didn't care much for the Jedi, but he loved Tur-Mukan and Jusik like family.)
  • Null ARCs[1]
    • ARC Captain Ordo (Reason: Like Omega Squad and his Null brothers, Ordo didn't care much for the Jedi, but he loved Tur-Mukan and Jusik like family)
    • ARC Lieutenant Mereel (Reason: Like Omega Squad and his Null brothers, Mereel didn't care much for the Jedi, but he loved Tur-Mukan and Jusik like family)
    • ARC Lieutenant Jaing (Reason: Like Omega Squad and his Null brothers, Jaing didn't care much for the Jedi, but he loved Tur-Mukan and Jusik like family)
    • ARC Lieutenant Kom'rk (Reason: Like Omega Squad and his Null brothers, Kom'rk didn't care much for the Jedi, but he loved Tur-Mukan and Jusik like family)
    • ARC Lieutenant Prudii (Reason: Like Omega Squad and his Null brothers, Prudii didn't care much for the Jedi, but he loved Tur-Mukan and Jusik like family)
    • ARC Sergeant A'den (Reason: Like Omega Squad and his Null brothers, A'den didn't care much for the Jedi, but he loved Tur-Mukan and Jusik like family)
  • Alpha ARCs[1]
    • Spar (Reason: Spar was the first deserter of the clones, therefore he possessed no armor and equipment)
    • ARC Lieutenant Sull (Reason: Sull was a deserter of the Clone Wars, who Omega and A'den helped escape the army. Fi kept his armor and equipment in his locker at the Arca Company Barracks)
    • ARC Captain Maze (Reason: Maze was present when Order 66 was initiated, and planned to execute his general, Arligan Zey, but Ordo spoke to him and informed him of what was truly going on. Maze spared Zey and saved him)
  • Ion Team[31]
    • Captain Climber (Reason: Climber and Ion Team did receive Order 66, but believed it to be a Separatist ploy, a means to wipe out the Jedi and end the war.)
    • Trace (Reason: Trace and Ion Team did receive Order 66, but believed it to be a Separatist ploy, a means to wipe out the Jedi and end the war.)
    • Ras (Reason: Ras and Ion Team did receive Order 66, but believed it to be a Separatist ploy, a means to wipe out the Jedi and end the war. Ras and Ion Team's comm specialist were killed for treachery)
    • Ion Team's comlink specialist (Reason: The comm specialist and Ion Team did receive Order 66, but believed it to be a Separatist ploy, a means to wipe out the Jedi and end the war. The comm specialist and Ras were killed for their treachery)
  • Yayax Squad[1]
    • Sergeant Cov (Reason: Cov and his squad were given the opportunity to desert from the Grand Army of the Republic. They accepted and decided to become farmers)
    • Dev (Reason: Dev and his squad were given the opportunity to desert from the Grand Army. They accepted and decided to become farmers)
    • Jind (Reason: Jind and his squad were given the opportunity to desert from the Grand Army. They accepted and decided to become farmers)
    • Yover (Reason: Yover and his squad were given the opportunity to desert from the Grand Army. They accepted and decided to become farmers)
  • Hyperion Squad[1]
  • Delta Squad[1]
    • Sergeant Boss (Reason: Boss and his squad were off planet when the order was given. They questioned if they would have done as ordered if they were)
    • Fixer (Reason: Fixer and his squad were off planet when the order was given. They questioned if they would have done as ordered if they were)
    • Scorch (Reason: Scorch and his squad were off planet when the order was given. They questioned if they would have done as ordered if they were)
    • Sev (Reason: Sev became missing in action, only hours before the order was given. His whereabouts are still unknown)

Individuals Edit

  • Captain Rex (Reason: Removed his chip. After the loss of Fives, he investigated what Fives had gone on about, finally reaching the bottom of it. When Order 66 was initiated, he even assisted former Jedi Ahsoka Tano in escaping, while also faking his own death)[4]
  • Commander Wolffe (Reason: Removed his chip. After discovering the reason of Fives' death, Rex convinced him and Gregor to remove their chips)[4]
  • Captain Gregor (Reason: Removed his chip. After discovering the reason of Fives' death, Rex convinced him and Wolffe to remove their chips)[4]
  • Commander Grey (Reason: Although initially acting on the order, Grey was persuaded by Jedi Commander Caleb Dume that it was all set up. Dume escaped, with Grey considering the option. Grey confronted Styles and Styles blew it off. Grey realized what he had to do, so he fired into the controls of their ship, killing himself, Styles and two troopers)[43]
  • HOB-147 (Reason: HOB-147 was not conscious when the order was given, due to a battle he had participated in. He would later find a ride back to Coruscant and join the Empire until the clones were cycled out)[44]
  • Kix (Reason: Kix was kidnapped near the end of the war, by Separatist forces. Because he investigated the reasons of Fives' death, Dooku ordered his droids to capture him. Kix was captured and put in cryo-freezing. Eventually he would be freed, 50 years later)[45]
  • Able (Reason: In 21 BBY, Able and his team were shot down over Lubang Minor, where they crashed. All of the troopers ended up dying, save for Able, who would eventually be discovered by Commander Luke Skywalker, who took Able back with them to the Rebellion)[46]
  • Cut Lawquane (Reason: Shortly after the First Battle of Geonosis, Cut's gunship was shot down. He deserted from the army and decided to become a farmer and have a family)[47]
  • Levet (Reason: Levet had always been different from most clones, knowing more Mando'a than the average trooper and was a Regimental commander. He was also given the nickname Commander Tactful and even showed interest in farming. When offered the opportunity to desert, he became a farmer with Yayax Squad)[1]
  • Glitch (Reason: Glitch was an odd clone, believing he could use the force. On a mission, he became separated from his squad and they believed he was dead. They most likely filed him as KIA and he was no longer in the GAR)[48]
  • Lost Prophet (Reason: Lost Prophet was a clone trooper pilot but in 21 BBY, he crashed on Du Mai. With the crash, he received brain damage and began to suffer from amnesia. He remained on Du Mai and became known as the Lost Prophet)[49]

Casualties Edit

  • CT-8783: Killed by Jag and CT-57/11-9048 (Indirectly)[28]
  • CT-8784: Killed by Jag and CT-57/11-9048 (Indirectly)[28]
  • CT-8785: Killed by Jag and CT-57/11-9048 (Indirectly)[28]
  • CT-8786: Killed by Jag and CT-57/11-9048 (Indirectly)[28]
  • CT-8787: Killed by Jag and CT-57/11-9048 (Indirectly)[28]
  • CT-8788: Killed by Jag and CT-57/11-9048 (Indirectly)[28]
  • CT-8789: Killed by Jag and CT-57/11-9048 (Indirectly)[28]
  • CT-8790: Killed by Jag and CT-57/11-9048 (Indirectly)[28]
  • CT-8791: Killed by Jag and CT-57/11-9048 (Indirectly)[28]
  • CT-8792: Killed by Jag and CT-57/11-9048 (Indirectly)[28]
  • CT-8793: Killed by Jag and CT-57/11-9048 (Indirectly)[28]
  • CT-8794: Killed by Jag and CT-57/11-9048 (Indirectly)[28]
  • CT-8795: Killed by Jag and CT-57/11-9048 (Indirectly)[28]
  • CT-8796: Killed by Jag and CT-57/11-9048 (Indirectly)[28]
  • CT-8797: Killed by Jag and CT-57/11-9048 (Indirectly)[28]
  • CT-8798: Killed by Jag and CT-57/11-9048 (Indirectly)[28]
  • CT-8798: Killed by Jag and CT-57/11-9048 (Indirectly)[28]
  • CT-8799: Killed by Jag and CT-57/11-9048 (Indirectly)[28]
  • CT-8800: Killed by Jag and CT-57/11-9048 (Indirectly)[28]
  • CT-8801: Killed by Jag and CT-57/11-9048 (Indirectly)[28]
  • CT-8802: Killed by Jag and CT-57/11-9048 (Indirectly)[28]
  • CT-8803: Killed by Jag and CT-57/11-9048 (Indirectly)[28]
  • CT-8804: Killed by Jag and CT-57/11-9048 (Indirectly)[28]
  • CT-8805: Killed by Jag and CT-57/11-9048 (Indirectly)[28]
  • CT-8806: Killed by Jag and CT-57/11-9048 (Indirectly)[28]
  • CT-8807: Killed by Jag and CT-57/11-9048 (Indirectly)[28]
  • CT-8808: Killed by Jag and CT-57/11-9048 (Indirectly)[28]
  • CT-8809: Killed by Jag and CT-57/11-9048 (Indirectly)[28]
  • CT-8810: Killed by Jag and CT-57/11-9048 (Indirectly)[28]
  • CT-8811: Killed by Jag and CT-57/11-9048 (Indirectly)[28]
  • CT-8812: Killed by Jag and CT-57/11-9048 (Indirectly)[28]
  • CT-8813: Killed by Jag and CT-57/11-9048 (Indirectly)[28]
  • CT-8814: Killed by Jag and CT-57/11-9048 (Indirectly)[28]
  • CT-8815: Killed by Jag and CT-57/11-9048 (Indirectly)[28]
  • CT-8816: Killed by Jag and CT-57/11-9048 (Indirectly)[28]
  • CT-8817: Killed by Jag and CT-57/11-9048 (Indirectly)[28]
  • CT-8818: Killed by Jag and CT-57/11-9048 (Indirectly)[28]
  • CT-8819: Killed by Jag and CT-57/11-9048 (Indirectly)[28]
  • CT-8820: Killed by Jag and CT-57/11-9048 (Indirectly)[28]
  • CT-8821: Killed by Jag and CT-57/11-9048 (Indirectly)[28]
  • CT-8822: Killed by Jag and CT-57/11-9048 (Indirectly)[28]
  • CT-8823: Killed by Jag and CT-57/11-9048 (Indirectly)[28]
  • CT-8824: Killed by Jag and CT-57/11-9048 (Indirectly)[28]
  • CT-8825: Killed by Jag and CT-57/11-9048 (Indirectly)[28]
  • CT-8826: Killed by Jag and CT-57/11-9048 (Indirectly)[28]
  • CT-8827: Killed by Jag and CT-57/11-9048 (Indirectly)[28]
  • CT-8828: Killed by Jag and CT-57/11-9048 (Indirectly)[28]
  • CT-8829: Killed by Jag and CT-57/11-9048 (Indirectly)[28]
  • CT-8830: Killed by Jag and CT-57/11-9048 (Indirectly)[28]
  • CT-8831: Killed by Jag and CT-57/11-9048 (Indirectly)[28]
  • CT-8832: Killed by Jag and CT-57/11-9048 (Indirectly)[28]
  • CT-8833: Killed by Jag and CT-57/11-9048 (Indirectly)[28]
  • CT-8834: Killed by Jag and CT-57/11-9048 (Indirectly)[28]
  • CT-8835: Killed by Jag and CT-57/11-9048 (Indirectly)[28]
  • CT-8836: Killed by Jag and CT-57/11-9048 (Indirectly)[28]
  • CT-8837: Killed by Jag and CT-57/11-9048 (Indirectly)[28]
  • CT-8838: Killed by Jag and CT-57/11-9048 (Indirectly)[28]
  • CT-8839: Killed by Jag and CT-57/11-9048 (Indirectly)[28]
  • CT-8840: Killed by Jag and CT-57/11-9048 (Indirectly)[28]
  • CT-8841: Killed by Jag and CT-57/11-9048 (Indirectly)[28]
  • CT-8842: Killed by Jag and CT-57/11-9048 (Indirectly)[28]
  • CT-8843: Killed by Jag and CT-57/11-9048 (Indirectly)[28]
  • CT-8844: Killed by Jag and CT-57/11-9048 (Indirectly)[28]
  • CT-8845: Killed by Jag and CT-57/11-9048 (Indirectly)[28]
  • CT-8846: Killed by Jag and CT-57/11-9048 (Indirectly)[28]
  • CT-8847: Killed by Jag and CT-57/11-9048 (Indirectly)[28]
  • CT-8848: Killed by Jag and CT-57/11-9048 (Indirectly)[28]
  • CT-8849: Killed by Jag and CT-57/11-9048 (Indirectly)[28]
  • CT-8850: Killed by Jag and CT-57/11-9048 (Indirectly)[28]
  • CT-8851: Killed by Jag and CT-57/11-9048 (Indirectly)[28]
  • CT-8852: Killed by Jag and CT-57/11-9048 (Indirectly)[28]
  • CT-8853: Killed by Jag and CT-57/11-9048 (Indirectly)[28]
  • CT-8854: Killed by Jag and CT-57/11-9048 (Indirectly)[28]
  • CT-8855: Killed by Jag and CT-57/11-9048 (Indirectly)[28]
  • CT-8856: Killed by Jag and CT-57/11-9048 (Indirectly)[28]
  • CT-8857: Killed by Jag and CT-57/11-9048 (Indirectly)[28]
  • CT-8858: Killed by Jag and CT-57/11-9048 (Indirectly)[28]
  • CT-8859: Killed by Jag and CT-57/11-9048 (Indirectly)[28]
  • CT-8860: Killed by Jag and CT-57/11-9048 (Indirectly)[28]
  • CT-8861: Killed by Jag and CT-57/11-9048 (Indirectly)[28]
  • CT-8862: Killed by Jag and CT-57/11-9048 (Indirectly)[28]
  • CT-8863: Killed by Jag and CT-57/11-9048 (Indirectly)[28]
  • CT-8864: Killed by Jag and CT-57/11-9048 (Indirectly)[28]
  • CT-8865: Killed by Jag and CT-57/11-9048 (Indirectly)[28]
  • CT-8866: Killed by Jag and CT-57/11-9048 (Indirectly)[28]
  • CT-8867: Killed by Jag and CT-57/11-9048 (Indirectly)[28]
  • CT-8868: Killed by Jag and CT-57/11-9048 (Indirectly)[28]
  • CT-8869: Killed by Jag and CT-57/11-9048 (Indirectly)[28]
  • CT-8870: Killed by Jag and CT-57/11-9048 (Indirectly)[28]
  • CT-8871: Killed by Jag and CT-57/11-9048 (Indirectly)[28]
  • CT-8872: Killed by Jag and CT-57/11-9048 (Indirectly)[28]
  • CT-8873: Killed by Jag and CT-57/11-9048 (Indirectly)[28]
  • CT-8874: Killed by Jag and CT-57/11-9048 (Indirectly)[28]
  • CT-8875: Killed by Jag and CT-57/11-9048 (Indirectly)[28]
  • CT-8876: Killed by Jag and CT-57/11-9048 (Indirectly)[28]
  • CT-8878: Killed by Jag and CT-57/11-9048 (Indirectly)[28]
  • CT-8879: Killed by Jag and CT-57/11-9048 (Indirectly)[28]
  • CT-8880: Killed by Jag and CT-57/11-9048 (Indirectly)[28]
  • CT-8881: Killed by Jag and CT-57/11-9048 (Indirectly)[28]
  • CT-8882: Killed by Jag and CT-57/11-9048 (Indirectly)[28]
  • CT-8883: Killed by Jag and CT-57/11-9048 (Indirectly)[28]
  • CT-8884: Killed by Jag and CT-57/11-9048 (Indirectly)[28]
  • CT-8885: Killed by Jag and CT-57/11-9048 (Indirectly)[28]
  • CT-8886: Killed by Jag and CT-57/11-9048 (Indirectly)[28]
  • CT-8887: Killed by Jag and CT-57/11-9048 (Indirectly)[28]
  • CT-8888: Killed by Jag and CT-57/11-9048 (Indirectly)[28]
  • CT-8889: Killed by Jag and CT-57/11-9048 (Indirectly)[28]
  • CT-8890: Killed by Jag and CT-57/11-9048 (Indirectly)[28]
  • CT-8891: Killed by Jag and CT-57/11-9048 (Indirectly)[28]
  • CT-8892: Killed by Jag and CT-57/11-9048 (Indirectly)[28]
  • CT-8893: Killed by Jag and CT-57/11-9048 (Indirectly)[28]
  • CT-8894: Killed by Jag and CT-57/11-9048 (Indirectly)[28]
  • CT-8895: Killed by Jag and CT-57/11-9048 (Indirectly)[28]
  • CT-8896: Killed by Jag and CT-57/11-9048 (Indirectly)[28]
  • CT-8897: Killed by Jag and CT-57/11-9048 (Indirectly)[28]
  • CT-8898: Killed by Jag and CT-57/11-9048 (Indirectly)[28]
  • CT-8899: Killed by Jag and CT-57/11-9048 (Indirectly)[28]
  • CT-8900: Killed by Jag and CT-57/11-9048 (Indirectly)[28]
  • CT-8901: Killed by Jag and CT-57/11-9048 (Indirectly)[28]
  • CT-8902: Killed by Jag and CT-57/11-9048 (Indirectly)[28]
  • CT-8903: Killed by Jag and CT-57/11-9048 (Indirectly)[28]
  • CT-8904: Killed by Jag and CT-57/11-9048 (Indirectly)[28]
  • CT-8905: Killed by Jag and CT-57/11-9048 (Indirectly)[28]
  • CT-8906: Killed by Jag and CT-57/11-9048 (Indirectly)[28]
  • CT-8907: Killed by Jag and CT-57/11-9048 (Indirectly)[28]
  • CT-8908: Killed by Jag and CT-57/11-9048 (Indirectly)[28]
  • CT-8909: Killed by Jag and CT-57/11-9048 (Indirectly)[28]
  • CT-8910: Killed by Jag and CT-57/11-9048 (Indirectly)[28]
  • Commander Faie: Killed by Quinlan Vos[26]
  • Commander Gree: Killed by Yoda[3]
  • 41st Scout Trooper: Killed by Yoda[3]
  • Commander Grey: Killed himself[50]
  • Captain Styles: Killed by Grey[50]
  • Grey's Battalion trooper 1: Killed by Grey[50]
  • Grey's Battalion trooper 2: Killed by Grey[50]
  • Tup: Killed by his chip malfunctioning (Pre-Order 66)[2]
  • Sergeant Remy: Killed by Joc Sah[29]
  • 501st Legion trooper 1: Killed by Yoda[3]
  • A squad of 501st troopers: Killed by Yoda and Obi-Wan Kenobi[3]
  • Several 501st troopers: Killed by Jedi in the Temple[3]
  • Several clone troopers (Bogden Station): Killed by Sian Jeisel in suicide[34]
  • Several members of Triton Squad: Killed by Wookiees[30]
  • At least two Unidentified Galactic Marines: Killed by Ki-Adi-Mundi[3]
  • Several members of Grey's Battalion: Killed by Caleb Dume and Depa Billaba[6]
  • Several clone troopers: Killed by Beyghor Sahdett[34]

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