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Encyclopedia > Minor droids in Star Wars

This article is about minor droids in the fictional Star Wars universe. It includes specific droids rather than droid types (such as protocol droids and battle droids for instance.) Alternative meanings: Star Wars: Droids (animated series) A droid is a robot, specifically the intelligent robots in the fictional Star Wars universe. ... The Three Graces, here in a painting by Sandro Botticelli, were the goddesses of charm, beauty, nature, human creativity and fertility in Greek mythology. ... The cover of the 2004 DVD widescreen release of the modified original Star Wars Trilogy. ... A fictional universe is a cohesive imaginary world that serves as the setting or backdrop for one or (more commonly) multiple works of fiction. ... A protocol droid is a type of robot in the Star Wars fictional universe. ... Battle Droids shooting at Obi-Wan Kenobi and Qui-Gon Jinn. ...

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2-1B

2-1B
Droid type Medical Droid
Manufacturer {{{manufacturer}}}
Gender Masculine programming
Height {{{height}}}
Sensor color Unknown
Home planet Unknown
Master (owner) {{{master}}}
Affiliation Rebel Alliance

2-1B (also spelled out in literature as Two-Onebee) is an Imperial medical droid who decided voluntarily to work for the Rebel Alliance instead. 2-1B was the head medic in Luke's recovery from the wampa attack on Hoth. For this reason, Luke chose 2-1B to be the droid that attached his cybernetic hand in Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back. An advice column written in his persona would briefly appear in the Star Wars Insider. A droid of his type (though it is unconfirmed if it is him) can be seen working on Darth Vader in Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith.
The shield and spear of the Roman God Mars are often used to represent the male sex In heterogamous species, male is the sex of an organism, or of a part of an organism, which typically produces smaller, mobile gametes (spermatozoa) that are able to fertilise female gametes (ova). ... The Starbird, symbol of the Rebel Alliance In the fictional Star Wars universe, the Rebel Alliance, or more formally, the Alliance to Restore the Republic, was an interstellar political resistance force formed in direct military opposition to the Galactic Empire. ... Literature is literally acquaintance with letters as in the first sense given in the Oxford English Dictionary (from the Latin littera meaning an individual written character (letter)). The term has generally come to identify a collection of texts, which in Western culture are mainly prose, both fiction and non-fiction... In the fictional Star Wars universe, the Galactic Empire was the regime established by Palpatine to replace the Galactic Republic. ... The Starbird, symbol of the Rebel Alliance In the fictional Star Wars universe, the Rebel Alliance, or more formally, the Alliance to Restore the Republic, was an interstellar political resistance force formed in direct military opposition to the Galactic Empire. ... Movie poster Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back is the sequel to the first released Star Wars movie, and the second film released in the original trilogy. ... Star Wars Insider Star Wars Insider is the official magazine of Lucasfilm. ... Darth Vader (41 BBY – 4 ABY) is a fictional character in the Star Wars universe. ... Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith is the third episode of the Star Wars film series (but the sixth film to be produced), to be released on Thursday, May 19, 2005. ...


4-LOM

4-LOM
Droid type Protocol droid
Manufacturer Industrial Automaton
Gender Masculine programming
Height 1.6 meters
Sensor color Unknown
Home planet Unknown
Master (owner) Unknown
Affiliation None (mercenary)

4-LOM is a droid bounty hunter, with an insectoid head, who was hired by Darth Vader to find the Millennium Falcon. His name may be an acronym for "For Love of Money." A protocol droid is a type of robot in the Star Wars fictional universe. ... Industrial Automaton (IA) is a fictional company from the Star Wars universe. ... The shield and spear of the Roman God Mars are often used to represent the male sex In heterogamous species, male is the sex of an organism, or of a part of an organism, which typically produces smaller, mobile gametes (spermatozoa) that are able to fertilise female gametes (ova). ... A mercenary is a soldier who fights, or engages in warfare primarily for private gain, usually with little regard for ideological, national or political considerations. ... Darth Vader (41 BBY – 4 ABY) is a fictional character in the Star Wars universe. ... The Millennium Falcon is a starship in the fictional Star Wars universe, piloted by Han Solo and Chewbacca after Solo apparently won it from Lando Calrissian in a high-stakes game of sabacc. ...


4-LOM was working as a cabin steward on a luxury liner when trouble with his programming caused him to begin to steal from the passengers. When Jabba the Hutt became aware of 4-LOM he modified the droid to make him more dangerous. While working for the Hutts, 4-LOM was teamed with the bounty hunter Zuckuss. 4-LOM's body is similar in design to C-3PO, due to the fact that the LOM hardware is Industrial Automaton's knockoff of Cybot Galactica's 3PO series, and the LOM series was discontinued due to legal suits from CG regarding its hardware. This article is about minor characters in the fictional Star Wars universe who are bounty hunters. ... C-3PO (pronounced See-Threepio, called 3PO for short) is a character from the fictional Star Wars universe, created by Anakin Skywalker circa 32 BBY, for human-cyborg relations. He is a protocol droid - an android specifically designed to interact with organics - with a very proper manner and British accent...


4-LOM appears only in the film The Empire Strikes Back. He was unsuccessful in his search for the Falcon which was found by Boba Fett. Movie poster Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back is the sequel to the first released Star Wars movie, and the second film released in the original trilogy. ... Boba Fett (born 31. ...


There is some confusion as to which character is Zuckuss and which is his partner 4-LOM, due to their names being switched on their Kenner action figures.


After the Battle of Hoth, Zuckuss and 4-LOM rescued the last transport, Bright Hope. They later decided to leave the Empire's service and join the Rebels, planning to start the New Republic's Bounty Hunter Guild. However, these plans were dashed when Boba Fett blew 4-LOM apart. Even though Zuckuss repaired his partner, 4-LOM never remembered the Rebels' ideals. From that point on, 4-LOM worked alone.


8D8

8D8 is a thin, skull-faced droid who worked in the Cyborg Operations division of Jabba the Hutt's court. The piston-legged automaton was employed to torture both droids and organics. He answered to the sadistic taskmaster, EV-9D9. Jabba Desilijic Tiure, or simply Jabba the Hutt, (596 BBY – 4 ABY) is a character in the fictional Star Wars galaxy, an offspring of Zorba the Hutt. ... EV-9D9 (or Eve-Ninedenine) was the masochistic and sadistic supervisor of Droid Operations for Jabba the Hutt. ...


A-3D0

A-3D0
Droid type Unknown
Manufacturer {{{manufacturer}}}
Gender Masculine programming(?)
Height {{{height}}}
Sensor color Unknown
Home planet Unknown
Master (owner) {{{master}}}
Affiliation Jedi, Galactic Republic

A-3D0 is a multitalented service droid owned by Jedi Andur Sunrider. A-3D0 is a crack mechanic and copilot who witnessed his master's death at the hands of a criminal gang headed by Bogga the Hutt some 4,000 years before the Battle of Yavin. Called ThreeDee for short, the droid then aided Andur's wife, Nomi, as she reluctantly trained to learn the ways of the Jedi.
The shield and spear of the Roman God Mars are often used to represent the male sex In heterogamous species, male is the sex of an organism, or of a part of an organism, which typically produces smaller, mobile gametes (spermatozoa) that are able to fertilise female gametes (ova). ... Two examples of Jedi, Master Qui-Gon Jinn & his padawan Obi-Wan Kenobi. ... Form of Government Federal Republic--Unicameral--Parliamentary Official language Basic Capital Coruscant Judicial Branch Supreme Court Legislative and Executive Branch Galactic Senate Senate Chair and Head of State Supreme Chancellor Assistant Senate Head Vice Chair Establishment 25,000 BBY Reorganization into the Galactic Empire 19 BBY Re-establishment 5 ABY... Two examples of Jedi, Master Qui-Gon Jinn & his padawan Obi-Wan Kenobi. ... Combatants Galactic Empire Rebel Alliance Commanders Grand Moff Tarkin † Darth Vader Admiral Motti † General Tagge General Dodonna General Willard Garven Dreis (Red Leader)† John Vander (Gold Leader)† Strength TIE Fighters Darth Vaders TIE Advanced Death Star heavy, medium and light laser batteries Turbolaser batteries 30 Alliance starfighters, consisting of...


Air Battle Droid

Air battle droids were upgraded flying versions of the Confederacy of Independent Systems standard B-1 battle droid. Unlike the ground units, these fliers were equipped with two short blades, arm-mounted blasters, and a shield that could block lightsabers. In the fictional Star Wars universe, the Confederacy of Independent Systems (CIS for short) is an organization that existed in the latter years of the Republic. ... The word blaster can mean more than one thing. ... Statue showing a Gallic shield with a butterfly boss. ... Obi-Wan Kenobi and Darth Vader duel on Mustafar in Episode III with blue lightsabers. ...


Following the execution of the Separatist Council by Darth Sidious's new apprentice, Darth Vader, these units, along with the rest of the Droid Army, were de-activated. In the fictional Star Wars universe, the Confederacy of Independent Systems (CIS for short) is an organization that existed in the latter years of the Republic. ... His Imperial Majesty Emperor Palpatine of the Galactic Empire (82 BBY – 4 ABY, spirit incapacitated 11 ABY), often simply referred to as the Emperor, is one of the main characters and the foremost villain in the fictional Star Wars universe. ... Sith Apprentice is a fan film that made its debut on the internet on March 29, 2005, created by fans of the Star Wars franchise. ... Darth Vader (41 BBY – 4 ABY) is a fictional character in the Star Wars universe. ... The Separatist Droid Army was created by the Confederacy of Independent Systems (and mostly by its ally the Trade Federation), in an effort to secure power throughout the Galaxy. ...


This class of droid appeared in Star Wars Episode III: The Video Game.


Arakyd Recon Seeker Droid

Arakyd Recon Seeker Droids are fast and maneuverable droids. They are used as simple scouts to their owners. Darth Maul used them to find Qui-Gon Jinn and Queen Amidala on Tatooine. The droids are unarmed, although they have external clips for weaponry such as lasers or projectile launchers. The droids are also used in multiple armies, mostly by snipers. They can be used to trigger an Orbital strike, an effective method of clearing the way. When an orbital strike is launched, cruisers that orbit the planet start to bombard the ground, destroying the enemy, and the unfortunate scout droid most of the time. These were used by some Rebel Marksmen to try and assassinate Darth Vader on Kashyyyk. Alternative meanings: Star Wars: Droids (animated series) A droid is a robot, specifically the intelligent robots in the fictional Star Wars universe. ... Darth Maul (54 – 32 BBY) is a fictional character in the Star Wars universe. ... Qui-Gon Jinn (92 – 32 BBY) is a Jedi Master, the mentor of Obi-Wan Kenobi and was once the Padawan of Count Dooku in the fictional Star Wars universe. ... Padmé Naberrie Skywalker, also Her Royal Highness, Queen Amidala of the Naboo and later Senator Amidala of Naboo (46 - 19 BBY), is a fictional character in the Star Wars universe played by Natalie Portman. ... In George Lucass Star Wars saga, Tatooine is the home planet of the Skywalker family and the setting for much of the action in the sagas films (as well as several of the novels and other pieces of written fiction). ...


Assassin Droid

In the Star Wars universe, an Assassin Droid is a standard Battle droid that distinguishes itself from its counterparts with its sophisticated targeting programme. The cover of the 2004 DVD widescreen release of the modified original Star Wars Trilogy. ... Battle Droids shooting at Obi-Wan Kenobi and Qui-Gon Jinn. ...


In pre-Imperial times, Assassin droids were used by crime groups, including the Syndicat on Phindar. The Syndicat was a crime ring located on the planet of Phindar. ...


After the Clone Wars, the Assassin Droid served the empire by using sniper rifles to dispatch enemy infantry at far distances. The advanced targeting intelligence allows the droid to utilise the simple BAW-E5 Sniper rifle to its maximum efficiency -- something far greater than the Clone marksmen of the Galactic Republic. To supplement its capabilities, the droids are also equipped with a blaster pistol to defend themselves from infantry close by. In addition to this is an Akrayd Recon Seeker Droid which scouts the surroundings for droid forces. To meet Wikipedias quality standards, the remainder of this article may require cleanup. ... Infantry of the Royal Irish Rifles during the Battle of the Somme, First World War. ... To meet Wikipedias quality standards, this article or section may require cleanup. ... Clone troopers comprised the Grand Army of the Republic during the Clone Wars in the Star Wars universe. ... Form of Government Federal Republic--Unicameral--Parliamentary Official language Basic Capital Coruscant Judicial Branch Supreme Court Legislative and Executive Branch Galactic Senate Senate Chair and Head of State Supreme Chancellor Assistant Senate Head Vice Chair Establishment 25,000 BBY Reorganization into the Galactic Empire 19 BBY Re-establishment 5 ABY... Han Solos DL-44 blaster pistol In the fictional Star Wars universe, the most common weapon is the blaster. ... This article needs to be cleaned up to conform to a higher standard of quality. ...


List of assassin droids

HK-47 is an assassin droid from the 2003 video game Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic, its sequel, Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic II: The Sith Lords, and the Trials of Obi-Wan expansion pack to the massively popular multiplayer online game Star Wars: Galaxies. ... Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic (KotOR) is an RPG video game originally for the Microsoft Xbox and later for PCs running Microsoft Windows. ... HK-50 is the name (and model number) for a series of fictional characters from the 2004 video game Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic II: The Sith Lords. ... IG-88 was a fictional character who first appeared in the movie Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back as a bounty hunter hired to track down the Millenium Falcon. ...

AV-6R7

AV-6R7
Droid type Imperial V-Series supervisor
Manufacturer {{{manufacturer}}}
Gender Masculine programming(?)
Height {{{height}}}
Sensor color Black
Home planet Unknown
Master (owner) Moff Jerjerrod
Affiliation Galactic Empire

AV-6R7 was a supervisor droid during the construction of the second Death Star. He was deprived of arms for failing to keep track of a power droid, but appears to have been given replacement ones. AV-6R7 was working on the bridge of the Executor and was destroyed when Arvel Crynyd's A-Wing crashed through the outer hull.
Executor and several escorting Star Destroyers In the fictional Star Wars galaxy, the Imperial Navy, also referred to as the Imperial Starfleet, was the military arm of the Galactic Empire charged with maintaining security and order in Imperial space. ... The shield and spear of the Roman God Mars are often used to represent the male sex In heterogamous species, male is the sex of an organism, or of a part of an organism, which typically produces smaller, mobile gametes (spermatozoa) that are able to fertilise female gametes (ova). ... Moff Jerjerrod was an Imperial officer from the fictional Star Wars universe. ... In the fictional Star Wars universe, the Galactic Empire was the regime established by Palpatine to replace the Galactic Republic. ... The first Death Star The second Death Star The Death Star is a giant military space station in the fictional Star Wars universe. ... In the fictional Star Wars universe, the Star Dreadnought Executor, commonly referred to as a Super Star Destroyer, was the personal flagship of Darth Vader. ... This is a list of minor characters in the fictional Star Wars universe who are part of the Rebel Alliance. ... The A-wing, a fictional interceptor starfighter in the Star Wars universe, is used by the Rebel Alliance. ...


Bio Droid

The Bio Droid/JK droid (Jedi Killer Droid) is a droid type built by the 'Five Families' on Ord Cestus, it was originally a personal security droid. The droid proved difficult for even Jedi Master Kit Fisto to defeat. It produced metal tentacles to dispose of its enemies and used a powerful absorbershield to protect itself against its enemies' weapons. Called the 'Bio Droid' because a native alien species was used as a brain due to its ability to use the force. Count Dooku appeared to be interested in buying some and modifying them to make them dangerous to use in battles against the Galactic Republic (Star Wars), however this proved to be a trap to force the Republic to use Orbital Bombardment to stop the production of the droids. Even if Dooku had been serious, the mass production of the droids would have required cloning far beyond the skill of the experts at the time. Also, the Dacta Worms that were the brain proved to be extremely empathetic and went insane if someone died near them. Form of Government Federal Republic--Unicameral--Parliamentary Official language Basic Capital Coruscant Judicial Branch Supreme Court Legislative and Executive Branch Galactic Senate Senate Chair and Head of State Supreme Chancellor Assistant Senate Head Vice Chair Establishment 25,000 BBY Reorganization into the Galactic Empire 19 BBY Re-establishment 5 ABY... To meet Wikipedias quality standards, this article or section may require cleanup. ...

  • See The Bio-Droid Threat

The Bio-Droid Threat took place when the Separatists ordered thousands of deadly bio-droids, machines with organic components that were resistant to blaster fire. ...

BT-16

The BT-16[1] droids are large, spider like droids used for many different purposes. Probably the most known use for these droids are Bo'Marr monk brain carriers. One can be seen walking by the closing door of Jabba's palace in Return of the Jedi. Alternative meanings: Droids (cartoon) A droid is a robot, specifically the intelligent robots in the fictional Star Wars universe. ... This may refer to: Jabba the Hutt, a loathesome bloated slug-like alien creature in the fictional Star Wars universe. ... Movie poster Star Wars Episode VI: Return of the Jedi, is a science fiction film that debuted in 1983, and re-released with changes in 1997 and 2004. ...


Chameleon droid

The Chameleon droid (also known as the Arakyd Spelunker) model is from the fictional universe of Star Wars. The cover of the 2004 DVD widescreen release of the modified original Star Wars Trilogy. ...


Originally this droid model was created by the Commerce Guild as a probe for exploring planets, after having been released in hyperspace, using hyperspace pods to exit hyperspace, land, and report its findings. They would then detect ore deposits and begin blasting them, using mines stored in their cargo bay. Practically, they were greatly altered by the Confederacy of Independent Systems. The droid design was commissioned by the Commerce Guild and at the outbreak of the Clone Wars, the capabilities of the droid were completely changed by Techno Union engineers. In physics, hyperspace is a theoretical entity. ... In the fictional Star Wars universe, the Confederacy of Independent Systems (CIS for short) is an organization that existed in the latter years of the Republic. ... The Commerce Guild was a group of major corporate institutions that have come together to protect their pursuit of profits. ... The initial battle of the Clone Wars: The Battle of Geonosis In the Star Wars saga, the Clone Wars, (also known as the Clone War) were a series of intragalactic battles in the Star Wars galaxy that took place from 22 BBY to 19 BBY. The Clone Wars were featured... Wikipedia does not have an article with this exact name. ...


The droid move about on a four legged body which supports an almost cylindrical form and a disc shaped head with various sensors. A quad blaster cannon is present, which replaces the original mineral sensors on the main body; these allow the droid to fire rapid bolts of energy at enemy targets. In addition to this, the droids are also equipped with shaped military charges that can be deployed from a small chamber at the lower end of the cylindrical central body. While the design seems fragile, the droid is far deadlier than it looks. The droids are equipped with a powerful passive cloaking system, based on holographs, allowing it to virtualy disappear. This engenders a considerable element of surprise to the advantage of the Chameleon Droids. A repulsorlift system is furthermore used to lessen the weight present on the droid making it surprisingly agile on the battlefield, and more difficult to detect its tracks (especially useful on snow fields). A repulsorlift is an anti-gravity technology in the fictional Star Wars universe, capable of levitating any object to which it is applied. ...


The primary aim of the Chameleon Droid was not as a front line combat unit but rather as a covert droid designed to sneak into enemy lines, lay mines and assassinate or sabotage Republic targets.


Chameleon Droids are seen in the Clone Wars series on Cartoon Network destroying the Jedi Temple on Ilum. As seen in the series, the droids are easily destroyed by their own charges, lightsabers, and, oddly, a grenade blast that fails to destroy C-3PO. The initial battle of the Clone Wars: The Battle of Geonosis In the Star Wars saga, the Clone Wars, (also known as the Clone War) were a series of intragalactic battles in the Star Wars galaxy that took place from 22 BBY to 19 BBY. The Clone Wars were featured... Cartoon Network is a cable television channel created by Turner Broadcasting and dedicated to showing animated programming. ... Two examples of Jedi, Master Qui-Gon Jinn & his padawan Obi-Wan Kenobi. ... Ilum is a fictional planet in the Star Wars universe. ... Jedi activate their lightsabers in the Battle of Geonosis. ... C-3PO (pronounced See-Threepio, called 3PO for short) is a character from the fictional Star Wars universe, created by Anakin Skywalker circa 32 BBY, for human-cyborg relations. He is a protocol droid - an android specifically designed to interact with organics - with a very proper manner and British accent...


Crab Droid

The CIS Crab Droid is an infantry-scale droid developed especially for use on swampy, muddy or other squishy-surfaced planets such as Utapau. Nicknamed ‘the Muckracker’ by Clone Troopers, Crab Droids scuttle over the terrain on 4 large, strong legs. They can wade through water or muck with their blaster-wielding head held above the surface while raking the area in front with laserfire. They are quite useful on hard surfaces, too; their powerful legs allow them to move quickly and their twin blasters can cover large arcs to destroy unfortunate Clone Troopers. Some were even equipped with Gungan bubble-wort launchers that allowed them to capture enemies in energy spheres. In the fictional Star Wars universe, the Confederacy of Independent Systems (CIS for short) is an organization that existed in the latter years of the Republic. ... Utapau is a city in southern Thailand. ... Clone troopers comprised the Grand Army of the Republic during the Clone Wars in the Star Wars universe. ...


Introduced in the later stages of the Clone Wars, Crab Droids had special suction pods on their legs that allowed them to slurp up mud and clear a path for conventional infantry. They were also heavily armoured, but did have their weaknesses: if a Clone Trooper managed to get around to the unprotected back of the droid they could jump on its head and fire through its lightly-protected sensor casing into the central processor, destroying it instantly. However, this was very hard to do, as Crab droids could either swat enemies that can near then with their pincers or mow them down with their blaster cannons, and much bravery and skill was needed to get anywhere near them.


Crab droids were highly adaptable, and thanks to the modular assembly lines of the Techno Union, many models could be produced. These ranged from the small scouts droids or 5-6 meter tall trailblazers packed with extra firepower and suited for use even in lakes and other not-too-deep bodies of water which could destroy larger targets such as vehicles. Wikipedia does not have an article with this exact name. ...


Gonk droid

A Gonk droid refers to a type of droid used to supply power. It is considerably slow and consists of a boxy structure with two stout accordian-like legs. Though not identified by that name in A New Hope, it was acquired due to the sound the droid made when it moved. In Return of the Jedi, a Gonk droid is seen about to be tortured in Jabba's palace by droid interrogator 8D8. You can also find a Gonk droid in Star Wars Battlefront that is used to distribute ammo. It also appears as a playable joke (That is, completely useless) character in Lego Star Wars. Alternative meanings: Star Wars: Droids (animated series) A droid is a robot, specifically the intelligent robots in the fictional Star Wars universe. ... This movie poster for Star Wars depicts many of the films important elements, such as Luke Skywalker, Princess Leia, Han Solo, X-Wing and Y-Wing fighters Star Wars, retitled Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope in 1981 (see note at Title,) is the original (and in chronological... Movie poster Star Wars Episode VI: Return of the Jedi, is a science fiction film that debuted in 1983, and re-released with changes in 1997 and 2004. ... Jabba Desilijic Tiure, or simply Jabba the Hutt, (596 BBY – 4 ABY) is a character in the fictional Star Wars galaxy, an offspring of Zorba the Hutt. ... 8D8 was a thin, skull-faced droid who worked in the Cyborg Operations division of Jabba the Hutts court. ... Star Wars: Battlefront is a first-person shooter/third-person shooter (interchangeable) video game based around battles featured in the Star Wars movies. ...


The Gonk droid was released by Kenner as a Star Wars action figure in 1977. Its packaging identified the Gonk droid as Power Droid. [2] Kenner Products was a toy company founded in 1947 by Albert, Phillip, and Joseph Steiner, in Cincinnati, Ohio, and was named after the street where the original corporate offices were located. ... An action figure is a posable plastic figurine of a superhero, villain, or a character from a movie or television program. ... For the album by Ash, see 1977 (album). ...


Grapple droid

Based on the super battle droid model, the grapple droid was specifically designed for the Separatists' siege on Coruscant, and General Grievous himself personally oversaw its modifications. Bigger and profoundly more vicious than its predecessors, the grapple droid was equipped with electrically charged, industrial pincers, which it used to crush the life from its enemies. The grapple droid exceled at close-quarters combat and its embrace was quite deadly. The Super Battle Droid is a fictional character in the Star Wars universe. ... In the fictional Star Wars universe, the Confederacy of Independent Systems (CIS for short) is an organization that existed in the latter years of the Republic. ... Coruscant (pronounced //) is the name of a fictional planet in the Star Wars universe. ... General Grievous (born Qymaen jai Sheelal) is a villain from the fictional Star Wars universe. ...


These units were shut down after the end of the Clone Wars.


I-5YQ

I-5YQ was a protocol droid in Star Wars. He appeared in Darth Maul: Shadow Hunter and the Medstar Duology. He was known for his sarcastic tone and his seeming ability to express emotions on his metal face. He once worked as a business partner with Lorn Pavan.


IG-72

IG-72 was one of the prototype IG-series Assassin Droids to be used for the Galactic Empire against the Rebel Alliance. The model was later outdated by the IG-88 design. IG-72 appears briefly in the Tales of the Bounty Hunters anthology. IG-88 activates him, noting that he is inadequate in comparison to the newer models. IG-72 asks whether they need fight each other. The IG-88s agree not to fight each other, and ally themselves as they slaughter the security guards around the facility. IG-72 and the IG-88s take separate escape ships, and never contacted each other again. In the fictional Star Wars universe, the Galactic Empire was the regime established by Palpatine to replace the Galactic Republic. ... The Starbird, symbol of the Rebel Alliance In the fictional Star Wars universe, the Rebel Alliance, or more formally, the Alliance to Restore the Republic, was an interstellar political resistance force formed in direct military opposition to the Galactic Empire. ... IG-88 was a fictional character who first appeared in the movie Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back as a bounty hunter hired to track down the Millenium Falcon. ...


There are few minor references to IG-72. One is Imperial Supervisor Gundan states that while the IG-88 droids appear to have disappeared, IG-72 appeared and killed seemingly random targets. The reasons for these killings is unknown, though it is rumored that IG-72, like IG-88, specifically eliminate beings who had knowledge of the IG-assassin project. IG-72 reportedly went insane and self-destructed in the Dune Sea of Tatooine after failing to capture Adar Tallon. In George Lucass Star Wars saga, Tatooine is the home planet of the Skywalker family and the setting for much of the action in the sagas films (as well as several of the novels and other pieces of written fiction). ... This article needs to be cleaned up to conform to a higher standard of quality. ...


JN-66

The JN-66 analysis droid was employed by the Jedi Archives to solve mysteries that the Jedi are unable to solve. The JN-66 was created by Cybot Galactica for use as a general-purpose analysis droid, but the ones used by the Jedi are specially modified with advanced brains, sensor apparatus and quadruple photoreceptors. These allow for multi-wavelength imaging and extreme magnification. It is stripped of coverings for frequent irradiation baths and has paired repulsorlift projectors to ensure that it never touches the surface. This article needs to be cleaned up to conform to a higher standard of quality. ... Look up Mystery in Wiktionary, the free dictionary In common usage, a mystery is a description for something which is unknown or yet unexplained. ... Two examples of Jedi, Master Qui-Gon Jinn & his padawan Obi-Wan Kenobi. ... The following is primarily a list of manufacturing corporations in the fictional Star Wars universe. ... Comparative brain sizes In animals, the brain, or encephalon (Greek for in the head), is the control center of the central nervous system. ... To meet Wikipedias quality standards, this article or section may require cleanup. ... A photoreceptor is a specialized form of cell (specifically, neuron) that is capable of phototransduction. ... Magnification is the process of enlarging something only in appearance, not physical size. ... A repulsorlift is an anti-gravity technology in the fictional Star Wars universe, capable of levitating any object to which it is applied. ...


Originally, there was going to be a scene in Star Wars Episode II where Obi-Wan Kenobi attempted to analyze the toxic dart Jango Fett used. The scene was cut from the movie for two reasons. The first was because the analysis droid failed to gain any information, and the second was because it simply wasted movie time. Film poster for Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones (2002) is the fifth Star Wars science fiction movie released and the second part of the prequel trilogy which began with Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace. ... Obi-Wan Ben Kenobi (57 – 0 BBY) is a fictional character in the Star Wars universe. ... Jango Fett (66 – 22 BBY). ...


Krath War Droid

The Krath War Droid was a special type of droid designed and manufactured by the secret Sith cult called the Krath, four thousand years before the Galactic Civil War. Alternative meanings: Star Wars: Droids (animated series) A droid is a robot, specifically the intelligent robots in the fictional Star Wars universe. ... Darth Vader and the Emperor Within the fictional Star Wars universe, the term Sith is used to describe two separate but related groups. ... The Krath is a fictional organization from the Star Wars Expanded Universe. ... The Galactic Civil War (began to develop 19 BBY - ending, according to the Expanded Universe, in 19 ABY) is a fictional war from the Star Wars series of movies, beginning (in chronological story order) with Revenge of the Sith and continuing through the original trilogy of films A New Hope...


The droids were built by the Krath as a means of revenge against the Jedi Order because the Jedi opposed the Krath at the battle of Koros Major. The droids were designed to surprise and overwhelm their enemies in shock assaults. The war droids, like the battle droids used at the Battle of Naboo and The Clone Wars, had only limited cognitive matrices and thus only knew how to fight and nothing else. However, since the droids were never intended to be anything but a weapon, their lack of versatility was not seen as a significant drawback as it also kept costs of manufacturing them low, allowing the Krath to make great numbers of the machines. The Jedi are a fictional monastic peacekeeping organization from the Star Wars saga. ... Battle Droids shooting at Obi-Wan Kenobi and Qui-Gon Jinn. ... The Battle or Invasion of Naboo refers to a pre-Clone Wars conflict in the fictional Star Wars universe that occurred on the peaceful planet Naboo shortly after the Invasion of Theed (Naboos capital city) in which the organisation called the Trade Federation sent an army of battle droids... It has been proposed below that The Clone Wars be renamed and moved to Clone Wars. ...


The droids' weaponry consisted of a short, one handed sword for gutting its enemies at close-quarters as well as an antique pulse wave firing assembly that resembled a bow. Later on, an energy shield was mounted on the spine of the pulse wave firing assembly.


M-3PO (Emtrey)

A military protocol droid that handles requisitions, duty assignments, and other chores for rogue Squadron. It is fluent in over six million forms of communication and equally as many historical military doctriness, regulations, honor codes, and protocols.Some of the squadron members were concerned that the Empire might be using him as a spy when started exhibiting odd behavior patterns. After an investigation they realized that Emtrey had been cobbled together from scrounged circuitry from when the Alliance was based on Hoth and short on supplies. He appears in Bacta War.
The Bacta War (7 ABY) is a small, albeit important, fictional conflict described in Michael Stackpoles X-Wing series of Star Wars novels, most notably The Bacta War. ...


M-TD

M-TD is a small device created by C-3P0 (AKA Threepio). Having been created by C-3P0, he has the same personality and tendency to overstate things. And like how threepio usualy points out he is fluent in over 6 million forms of communication he points out that he knows over six. Lowbacca (Lowie), the nephew of Chewbacca, is the Wookiee for which Em Teede (M-TD) was intended. M-TD is a translating device, soon fixed to hover around Lowie. Jaina Solo can sometimes be found to make comments about M-TD, as well as C-3P0, not having a "mute" button. C-3PO (also spelled See-Threepio, called 3PO for short) is a character from the fictional Star Wars universe. ... This article is about fictional Jedi characters that appeared in the Post-Return of the Jedi Expanded Universe and were part of Luke Skywalkers New Jedi Order. ... Chewbacca (or Chewie) (c. ... A Wookiee is a member of a fictional race of hairy bipeds in the Star Wars universe. ... —Luke Skywalker Jaina Solo II (b. ...


M-TD was destroyed in 28 ABY during the Jedi mission to the Myrkr system.


Octuptarra Droid

Octuptarra Droids are a fictional anti-infantry droid used by the Separatists from the Star Wars series of films, in particular Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith. They were named after an eight-eyed, gasbag-bodied vine creeper beast living on the Techno Union's founding species' home planet of Skako. Though more intelligent, they did share some characteristics with these monsters – the multiple eyes, the bloated main body and the impulse to destroy on sight. In the fictional Star Wars universe, the Confederacy of Independent Systems (CIS for short) is an organization that existed in the latter years of the Republic. ... The cover of the 2004 DVD widescreen release of the modified original Star Wars Trilogy. ... Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith is the third episode of the Star Wars film series (but the sixth film to be produced), to be released on Thursday, May 19, 2005. ... The following is primarily a list of manufacturing corporations in the fictional Star Wars universe. ...


Octuptarra Droids were advanced combat automatons developed to provide an edge where firepower needed to be backed up by ruthless cunning. Equipped with a large, globular processor and 4 independent anti-infantry guns and a continous laser beam, these droids went far to accomplishing this end. They were considerably more intelligent than normal battle droids and also had photoreceptors around their heads. Each eye was placed at 90° to the ones next to it and paired with an independent blaster to cover all angles of approach – Octuptarra droids were nearly impossible to get the drop on. Best employed in long-range engagements as their large central cognitive compartment made too tempting a target for Clone Trooper blasterfire up close, this trait could actually be employed to the CIS's advantage – early in the war, the empty spaces inside Octuptarra droids' craniums were filled with vials of deadly poison and the "host" droid was then sent towards the enemy on a suicide mission. Once blaster fire had cracked open the casing, the gas leaked out and killed any Clone Troopers in the vicinity. This nasty use of these units earned them the nickname among Republic troops of "virus droids". Republic Grand Army Clonetroopers are fictional soldiers from the Star Wars saga. ... In the fictional Star Wars universe, the Confederacy of Independent Systems (CIS for short) is an organization that existed in the latter years of the Republic. ... Form of Government Federal Republic--Unicameral--Parliamentary Official language Basic Capital Coruscant Judicial Branch Supreme Court Legislative and Executive Branch Galactic Senate Senate Chair and Head of State Supreme Chancellor Assistant Senate Head Vice Chair Establishment 25,000 BBY Reorganization into the Galactic Empire 19 BBY Re-establishment 5 ABY...


Octuptarra Droids were sound in design, and successes in the field coupled to easily scalable equipment used in the Techno Union's manufacturing plants led to more advanced models being produced such as the towering Tri-droid, standing many metres tall and bristling with high-powered laser cannons, missile launchers and sometimes flamethrowers. Units of this type were deployed as field artillery on such planets as Mygeeto. They were also used in the Battle of Coruscant, where one of them attempted to kill Mace Windu. The tri-droid was a gigantic, spider-like behemoth used by the Banking Clan during the clone wars. ... German troops use a flamethrower on the Eastern Front during the Second World War A flamethrower is a mechanical device designed to throw flames or, more correctly, project an ignited stream of liquid. ... The following are fictional planets set in the Star Wars universe. ... To meet Wikipedias quality standards, this article or section may require cleanup. ... Mace Windu (72 BBY - 19 BBY) is a fictional character in the Star Wars Universe. ...


Despite their effectiveness, relatively few of these droids were ever deployed because of their large cost, thanks mainly to their advanced processor. Some of these units were assigned to the force protecting General Grievous ’ headquarters on the planet Utapau. General Grievous (born Qymaen jai Sheelal) is a villain from the fictional Star Wars universe. ... The following are fictional planets set in the Star Wars universe. ...


OOM-9

OOM-9
Droid type Special Commander Battle Droid
Manufacturer Eos droid factory
Gender Masculine programming
Height 5 ft 4 in (1.63 m)
Sensor color Yellow; signifies class
Home planet Eos
Master (owner) Nute Gunray
Affiliation Trade Federation, Confederacy of Independent Systems

OOM-9 was a command battle droid in the Trade Federation army. He was in charge of the Naboo invasion force. He defeated the Gungan Grand Army, but the destruction of the Droid Control Ship deactivated all battle droids, including OOM-9, causing the Gungans to claim victory. Image File history File links OOM-9. ... The shield and spear of the Roman God Mars are often used to represent the male sex In heterogamous species, male is the sex of an organism, or of a part of an organism, which typically produces smaller, mobile gametes (spermatozoa) that are able to fertilise female gametes (ova). ... // Elom Elom is home to the Elom and the Elomim. ... Nute Gunray (?? - 19 BBY) is a fictional character from the Star Wars universe. ... The Trade Federation is a fictional organization that exists in the Star Wars universe at the time of the Galactic Republic. ... In the fictional Star Wars universe, the Confederacy of Independent Systems (CIS for short) is an organization that existed in the latter years of the Republic. ... Battle Droids shooting at Obi-Wan Kenobi and Qui-Gon Jinn. ... The Trade Federation is a fictional organization that exists in the Star Wars universe at the time of the Galactic Republic. ... For information on the character from The Mighty Boosh, see Naboo (character). ... This is a list of sentient races from the fictional universe of Star Wars. ... The Droid Control Ship is fictional spaceship in the movies Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace, Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones, and Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith. ...


When Nute Gunray held his position as Viceroy of the Trade Federation, thanks to Darth Sidious, he was chosen to be a member of the CIS by Count Dooku. Viceroy Gunray agreed on the condition that Senator Padme Amidala be assassinated. Even though Jango Fett's bounty hunter failed to kill the Senator twice, and Obi-Wan Kenobi was investigating the attempts, Dooku assured Gunray that she would die and Gunray joined the Confederacy. Now under jurisdiction of Dooku, Nute was ordered to capture Kashyyyk as a sign of Separatist power. He reactivated OOM-9 to lead the Trade Federation army. OOM-9's smashing victory against the Wookiees prompted the Trade Federation to make the droid their general, a move that the other Separatists did not approve of. Nute Gunray (?? - 19 BBY) is a fictional character from the Star Wars universe. ... He was one of the most brilliant Jedi Ive ever had the privilege of knowing. ... Padmé Naberrie Skywalker, also Her Royal Highness, Queen Amidala of the Naboo and later Senator Amidala of Naboo (46 - 19 BBY), is a fictional character in the Star Wars universe played by Natalie Portman. ... Jango Fett (66 – 22 BBY). ... Kashyyyk (IPA: ), also known as Wookiee Planet C, is a fictional planet in the Star Wars universe. ...


General OOM-9's first battle in the Clone Wars was the Battle of Geonosis. He commanded the army from the Spire, but he was forced to retreat aboard a Trade Federation Battleship to escape when the Clones advanced too close. Then he oversaw the droid army on Raxus Prime, a garbage planet, as the CIS dug up an ancient weapon, The Dark Reaper. When the Republic attacked, OOM-9 commanded what little droids he had in a fruitless defense of Count Dooku's fortress. Nonetheless, the CIS escaped with the Dark Reaper and OOM-9 a new arm after a Bothan Jedi severed his previous one. The CIS named him General-In-Chief but he lost this title after the Battle of Thule, in which he lost a huge amount of droids. Demoted OOM-9 served on other worlds and nearly killed Mace Windu on Kessel when the Jedi Master found that the Separtists had built a stronghold there for their leaders, it was under construction when Windu arrived and OOM-9 lead a counterattack with a few hundred droids. Windu and his team of ARC Troopers were overrun and narrowly missed destruction as the gunship they retreated in was hit by a rocket. OOM-9 next served the CIS in the Attack on Muunilist. He fought well, but was almost destroyed by General Obi-Wan Kenobi while attempting to protect San Hill, Chairman of the Intergalactic Banking Clan. The General's last battle was Hypori, where he was blasted out of his AAT tank. The initial battle of the Clone Wars: The Battle of Geonosis In the Star Wars saga, the Clone Wars, (also known as the Clone War) were a series of intragalactic battles in the Star Wars galaxy that took place from 22 BBY to 19 BBY. The Clone Wars were featured... Combatants Galactic Republic Confederacy of Independent Systems Commanders Yoda Mace Windu Luminara Unduli Obi-Wan Kenobi Anakin Skywalker Numerous other Jedi Count Dooku Poggle the Lesser Nute Gunray Wat Tambor Shu Mai Sevrance Tann San Hill Other Separatist leaders Strength 212 Jedi 192,000 clone troopers 1,600 LAAT... Obi-Wan Ben Kenobi (57 – 0 BBY) is a fictional character in the Star Wars universe. ... In the fictional Star Wars universe, San Hill was the chairman of the Intergalactic Banking Clan. ... Combatants Galactic Republic Confederacy of Independent Systems Commanders General Daakman Barrek General Ki-Adi-Mundi General Shaak Ti General Grievous General OOM-9 Strength the Jedi Daakman Barrek Ki-Adi-Mundi Shaak Ti Aayla Secura KKruhk Tarr Seirr Shaa Gi Clone ARC troopers Acclamator troop ship Battle droids...


There are rumours that OOM-9 was not killed by the Republic at all. One rumour says that for reasons unknown, he betrayed General Grievous and tried to kill him. A possible, and unlikley, reason is that he figured out the Sith plot and figured that killing Grievous would end it. Even though OOM-9 had a posse of battle droids with him, they were no match for Grievous who defeated them all, including OOM-9.


Protodeka

A protodeka is a large, fightercraft-shaped droid. Protodekas were used by the Confederacy of Independent Systems in the early stages of The Clone Wars. The manufacture of these heavily armed droids was so expensive that few were ever produced. Near the end of the Battle of Raxus Prime, a protodeka liqufied a Republic platoon and left Obi-Wan Kenobi to deal with it. After Obi-Wan destroyed the droid, Dooku's ship was gone. The second protodeka attack was during the Battle of Thule. While Jedi Master Mace Windu was proceeding to Kessia, the Sith City, he ran into two protodekas. He had to finish off one droid first, and then the other. Protodekas had three weapons: blasters, homing missiles, and blue clouds of gas that were released when an enemy got too close. Protodekas are also in the Star Wars: The Clone Wars game. Alternative meanings: Star Wars: Droids (animated series) A droid is a robot, specifically the intelligent robots in the fictional Star Wars universe. ... In the fictional Star Wars universe, the Confederacy of Independent Systems (CIS for short) is an organization that existed in the latter years of the Republic. ... It has been proposed below that The Clone Wars be renamed and moved to Clone Wars. ... Shortly after the siege of Rhen Var, the Republic detected unusual activity on Raxus Prime, and sent a strike force led by Jedi Knights Anakin Skywalker and Obi-Wan Kenobi to investigate the activity. ... Thule is a fictional planet from the Expanded Star Wars universe. ... Star Wars: The Clone Wars Categories: Computer and video game stubs | Star Wars computer games | 2002 computer and video games | Xbox games | PlayStation 2 games | GameCube games ...


R-3PO

A red protocol droid that originally belonged to a notorious Alliance smuggler named Chaz who was "accidentally" left behind and because of his moodiness. Suspecting that the Empire might have programed him to spy on the Rebel Alliance, Major Palo Torshan reprogrammed R-3PO to defend against Imperial espionage droids. Torshan let him loose to uncover any spies, and was correct in his instinct. The droid would help foil many Imperial infiltrations at Echo Base. He has a tattoo that says "Thank The Maker" on his left posterior plating. He is the red protocol that can be seen roaming the hangar bay in Echo Base.
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R4-P17

Image:R4 p17.jpg
R4-P17 helps Obi-Wan Kenobi send an emergency signal to Coruscant.
R4-P17
Droid type Astromech Droid
Manufacturer Industrial Automaton, modified by Anakin Skywalker
Gender Feminine programing
Height Unknown
Sensor color Blue
Home planet Unknown
Master (owner) Obi-Wan Kenobi
Affiliation Galactic Republic

R4-P17 was an astromech droid in the fictional Star Wars universe. She accompanied Obi-Wan Kenobi in his Jedi starfighter and Jedi Interceptor on many missions, including the Battle of Geonosis in Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones. She accompanied Anakin Skywalker during his hunt for Asajj Ventress. R4-P17 from Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones. ... The mirror of the Roman Goddess Venus is often used to represent the female sex. ... - Senator Palpatine Form of Government Federal Republic Official language Basic Capital Coruscant Head of Government Chancellor Establishment c. ... R2-D2, a superficially typical astromech droid Astromech droids are a type of droid often encountered in the fictional Star Wars universe. ... The cover of the 2004 DVD widescreen release of the modified original Star Wars Trilogy. ... Obi-Wan Ben Kenobi (57 – 0 BBY) is a fictional character in the Star Wars universe. ... Obi-Wan Kenobi evades Jango Fett in his Aethersprite The Delta-7 Aethersprite Interceptor is a fictional starfighter from the Star Wars saga. ... Anakin Skywalkers Eta-2 interceptor The Eta-2 Actis Interceptor, sometimes known as the Jedi Interceptor, is a fictional starfighter from the Star Wars saga. ... Combatants Galactic Republic Confederacy of Independent Systems Commanders Yoda Mace Windu Luminara Unduli Obi-Wan Kenobi Anakin Skywalker Numerous other Jedi Count Dooku Poggle the Lesser Nute Gunray Wat Tambor Shu Mai Sevrance Tann San Hill Other Separatist leaders Strength 212 Jedi 192,000 clone troopers 1,600 LAAT... Film poster for Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones (2002) is the fifth Star Wars science fiction movie released and the second part of the prequel trilogy which began with Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace. ... Anakin Skywalker (42 BBY – 4 ABY) is a fictional character in the Star Wars universe. ... Asajj Ventress is a character in the Star Wars Expanded Universe. ...


She received her R2-style dome after her original body was crushed while she was repairing the trash-comapactors in the KDY research shipyards orbiting Gyndine. Anakin Skywalker found her while he was inspecting the Jedi customizations of the Jedi Starfighter modifications and he gave her her R2-series dome. For the weapons system nicknamed R2-D2, see Phalanx CIWS. R2-D2 (called R2 for short), is an astromech droid and colleague of C-3PO in the fictional Star Wars universe, created not long before 32 BBY. R2-D2 was played by Kenny Baker in all six Star Wars films... This article does not cite its references or sources. ... Anakin Skywalker (42 BBY – 4 ABY) is a fictional character in the Star Wars universe. ... Obi-Wan Kenobi evades Jango Fett in his Aethersprite The Delta-7 Aethersprite Interceptor is a fictional starfighter from the Star Wars saga. ...


During the Clone Wars R4-P17 had a new body which was like an R2 unit's body. It has been proposed below that The Clone Wars be renamed and moved to Clone Wars. ...


In the Star Wars: Clone Wars animated series, a droid called R4, that looks exactly the same, was destroyed by Asajj Ventress after Anakin Skywalker chased her around the galaxy. This was likely an accidental plot-hole, by Lucas or Tartakovsky. Star Wars: Clone Wars (November 7, 2003 - present) is an animated Star Wars television series that chronicles the Clone Wars between the Republic under Chancellor Palpatine and the Confederacy of Independent Systems under Count Dooku. ... Asajj Ventress is a character in the Star Wars Expanded Universe. ... Anakin Skywalker (42 BBY – 4 ABY) is a fictional character in the Star Wars universe. ... George Walton Lucas, Jr. ... Genndy Tartakovsky (Russian: Геннадий Тартаковский [Gyennadiy Tartakovskiy], born January 17, 1970) is a leading modern animator. ...


R4-P17's "life" was ended when her head was ripped off by a buzz droid during the Battle of Coruscant in Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith. She was replaced by a different droid named R4-G9 when Obi-Wan travelled to Utapau.
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R5-D4

R5-D4
Droid type Astromech Droid
Manufacturer Industrial Automaton
Gender Masculine programming(?)
Height 1.4 meters
Sensor color Red
Home planet Tattooine
Master (owner) Unnamed Imperial administrator
Affiliation Empire

R5-D4 (who Luke incorrectly called an R2 unit) was the name of the red robot that Luke Skywalker's Uncle Owen Lars originally intended to purchase instead of R2-D2. Within seconds of the purchase, R5-D4's motivator malfunctioned, and the otherwise shifty Jawas let Owen have R2-D2 instead. Although a minor incident, had R5-D4's motivator lasted even minutes longer, the entire Star Wars story would not have unfolded. Some people have come to believe that R2-D2 instructed the other droid to fake a motivator malfuntion in order to stay with C3P0. The shield and spear of the Roman God Mars are often used to represent the male sex In heterogamous species, male is the sex of an organism, or of a part of an organism, which typically produces smaller, mobile gametes (spermatozoa) that are able to fertilise female gametes (ova). ... Luke Skywalker (b. ... Otherworldly wildlife -- Terryl Whitlatchs creature study of Tatooine inhabitants This article is about minor characters in the fictional Star Wars universe who reside, or at least appear primarily, on the planet Tatooine. ... For the weapons system nicknamed R2-D2, see Phalanx CIWS. R2-D2 (called R2 for short), is an astromech droid and colleague of C-3PO in the fictional Star Wars universe, created not long before 32 BBY. R2-D2 was played by Kenny Baker in all six Star Wars films... This is a list of species and races from the fictional universe of Star Wars. ...


When Luke bought R5-D4, the droid seemed reluctant and even complained. Some say R5-D4, not wanting to split up the duo of R2-D2 and C-3PO, blew his own motivator. Some say R2-D2 himself had tampered with it (the version of events dramatized in the radio adaptation). In the Star Wars Comics, there is a story that R5-D4, or Skippy as he's called, is force-sensitive. When chosen by Luke, Skippy senses that R2-D2 will be important for the future, and so blows his own motivator and influences the choice of R2-D2. Most say the R5 series was poorly designed from the start, which is stated in the book "The Essential Guide to Droids." An expanded radio dramatization of the original Star Wars trilogy was produced in 1981, 1983, and 1996. ...


After the sandcrawler was attacked by stormtroopers, another group of Jawas scavenged the craft, including R5-D4, refurbished it, and sold it to Voren Na'al. With the help of Momaw Nadon, Na'al programmed it to record everything it saw, and sold it to the local Imperial administrator.


R7-T1

R7-T1 is an Astromech droid. Like all R7 series droids, R7-T1 was produced by Industrial Automaton for exclusive use with the E-wing starfighter. R7-T1 was assigned to Luke Skywalker a short time before the Black Fleet Crisis (16 ABY), as the astromech counterpart to the E-Wing starfighter assigned to the Jedi Master. R2-D2, a superficially typical astromech droid Astromech droids are a type of droid often encountered in the fictional Star Wars universe. ... Industrial Automaton (IA) is a fictional company from the Star Wars universe. ... The E-wing is a type of single-pilot starfighter in the Star Wars Expanded Universe. ... Luke Skywalker (b. ...


RA-7


RA-7, an Imperial protocol droid series
RA-7
Droid type Protocol droid
Manufacturer Arakyd Industries
Gender Unknown
Height 1.7 meters
Sensor color
Home planet Unknown
Master (owner) Galactic Empire
Affiliation Galactic Empire

The RA-7 Protocol droid was designed by the Arakyd Industries and assigned to high ranking members of the Imperial military. Unbeknownst to most, the RA-7's were secretly programmed by the Imperial Security Bureau to function as spies and gather information on their masters. Periodically, these droids would make clandestine contact with the ISB, relaying the information they've gathered. Source: http://www. ... In the fictional Star Wars universe, Arakyd Industries is a major manufacturer of droids, heavy weapons and starships. ... In the fictional Star Wars universe, the Galactic Empire was the regime established by Palpatine to replace the Galactic Republic. ... A protocol droid is a type of robot in the Star Wars fictional universe. ... In the fictional Star Wars universe, Arakyd Industries is a major manufacturer of droids, heavy weapons and starships. ... The Imperial Security Bureau (also called Imperial Security or just ISB) was a key intelligence organization of the Galactic Empire under Emperor Palpatine. ...


Eventually, rumors about the RA-7's true purpose began to circulate and some Imperial officers began to conveniently and quietly "lose" their droids. As a result, a large number of them were found their way onto the first Death Star, leading to them being nicknamed Death Star droids. They were subsquently destroyed along with the entire battle station at The Battle of Yavin. However not all the RA-7's in existance were destroyed on the first Death Star, some of the models that were "lost" became a common sight at droid auctions.
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RX-24

RX-24, nicknamed Rex, is the rookie pilot of the Starspeeder 3000 in the Disney theme park attraction Star Tours. He is voiced by Paul Reubens, more famously known as Pee-Wee Herman. His constant mistakes and endangerment of the guests is probably due to the fact that he has a ribbon coming out of his body which reads "REMOVE BEFORE FLIGHT," and that it is his first flight. The StarSpeeder 3000 is a tourist spacecraft in the fictional Star Wars universe. ... The Disney Parks and Resorts division of The Walt Disney Company manages and builds the world-famous amusement parks and resorts that Disney is known for. ... Star Tours is a simulator ride located in many of the Disney theme parks, including Disneyland in California, Disney-MGM Studios in Florida, Disneyland Paris in France, and Tokyo Disneyland in Japan. ... Paul Reubens as Pee-wee Herman. ... Paul Reubens as Pee Wee Herman. ...


Quotes

  • (on screen) "Welcome aboard! This is Captain Rex from the cockpit. I know this is probably your first flight, and it's mine, too. (chuckles) Well, it looks like we're going to have a smooth flight to Endor, so I'll go ahead and open the cockpit shield."
  • (after passing Endor moon) "Artoo, we passed the Endor moon! (R2-D2 beeps) Now what's the matter? Comets? Comets!"
  • (after successfully piloting through a huge comet) "Well, you can relax now. Everything's under control, and, uh, we'll be on our way to the Endor moon without any further delay. (In irony, the Starspeeder gets caught in a Star Destroyer's tractor beam) Oh, no! We're caught in a tractor beam!"
  • (end of flight) Sorry, folks! I'm sure I'll do better next time! It was my first flight, and I'm still getting used to my programming! (cockpit shield goes up, while Rex tries to get our attention, only to be interrupted by C-3PO) Hey! HEY!"

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SD series

The SD series of battle droids were produced on the planet Balmorra. The SD series began with the SD-1, which was extremely well-armed but lacked sophisticated tactical programming. The SD-4 was the first edition to offer enhanced programming to prioritize multiple targets. The series continued on through to the SD-10, with each new edition improving on its predecessor. Most of the SD series droids were conscripted for use by the Galactic Empire, however the Balmorrans secretly developed the superior SD-10 to repel Executor Sedriss after the death of the reborn Emperor. The SD-10 was armed with a repeating blaster, a concussion missile launcher, and a plasma-burst cannon, as well as having advanced servomotors and gyrobalancing systems to stabilize its massive bulk. Battle Droids shooting at Obi-Wan Kenobi and Qui-Gon Jinn. ... // Spoiler warning: Aargau Aargau is one of the Deep Core Worlds, and is the headquarters of the Bank of Aargau, which is owned by the Confederacy of Independent Systems ally, the InterGalactic Banking Clan. ... In the fictional Star Wars universe, the Galactic Empire was the regime established by Palpatine to replace the Galactic Republic. ... Sedriss was an Imperial character in the Star Wars Expanded Universe. ... His Imperial Majesty Emperor Palpatine of the Galactic Empire (82 BBY – 4 ABY, spirit incapacitated 11 ABY), often simply referred to as the Emperor, is one of the main characters and the foremost villain in the fictional Star Wars universe. ...


Shadow droid

Designed by Imperial engineer Umak Leth, shadow droids were starfighters containing implanted brains from incapacitated TIE fighter pilots. The brains were twisted by exposure to the dark side, and would obey any command to the death. However, the brains first had to be stripped of all traces of humanity, since they would otherwise eventually go insane. Shadow droids were used at Balmorra, when Executor Sedriss tried to retake the planet after the death of the reborn Emperor. However, the droids were bested by the Balmorran X-1 Viper Automadons. In the fictional Star Wars universe, the Galactic Empire was the regime established by Palpatine to replace the Galactic Republic. ... Umak Leth was an Imperial engineer in the Star Wars Expanded Universe. ... TIE Fighter, see X-wing computer game series. ... The Force is a binding, ubiquitous power that is the object of the Jedi and Sith monastic orders in the Star Wars universe. ... // Spoiler warning: Aargau Aargau is one of the Deep Core Worlds, and is the headquarters of the Bank of Aargau, which is owned by the Confederacy of Independent Systems ally, the InterGalactic Banking Clan. ... Sedriss was an Imperial character in the Star Wars Expanded Universe. ... His Imperial Majesty Emperor Palpatine of the Galactic Empire (82 BBY – 4 ABY, spirit incapacitated 11 ABY), often simply referred to as the Emperor, is one of the main characters and the foremost villain in the fictional Star Wars universe. ...


TC-14

TC-14
Droid type Protocol droid
Manufacturer {{{manufacturer}}}
Gender feminine programming
Height {{{height}}}
Sensor color silver
Home planet Unknown
Master (owner) Nute Gunray
Affiliation Trade Federation

TC-14 was a silver protocol droid onboard the command ship of the Trade Federation in Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace. She greeted Jedi ambassadors Qui-Gon Jinn and Obi-Wan Kenobi upon their arrival and escorted them to the conference room. While the Jedi waited, TC-14 reported to Viceroy Nute Gunray that the ambassadors were Jedi knights. TC-14 was sent back into the room to serve the Jedi drinks as a distraction while the Trade Federation destroyed their ship and prepared toxic gas and battle droids to kill the Jedi. The mirror of the Roman Goddess Venus is often used to represent the female sex. ... A protocol droid is a type of robot in the Star Wars fictional universe. ... The Trade Federation is a fictional organization that exists in the Star Wars universe at the time of the Galactic Republic. ... Film poster for Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace is a 1999 film by George Lucas starring Liam Neeson, Ewan McGregor, Natalie Portman, and Jake Lloyd. ... Two examples of Jedi, Master Qui-Gon Jinn & his padawan Obi-Wan Kenobi. ... Qui-Gon Jinn (92 – 32 BBY) is a Jedi Master, the mentor of Obi-Wan Kenobi and was once the Padawan of Count Dooku in the fictional Star Wars universe. ... Obi-Wan Ben Kenobi (57 – 0 BBY) is a fictional character in the Star Wars universe. ... Nute Gunray (?? - 19 BBY) is a fictional character from the Star Wars universe. ...


The room filled with the opaque vapors, and TC-14 was the first to leave the room, saying "Excuse me" as she passed the battle droids waiting for the Jedi. But Qui-Gon and Obi-Wan had survived the assassination attempt, and quickly dispatched the droids, eventually boarding a Trade Federation invasion craft to make their way to the surface of Naboo. For information on the character from The Mighty Boosh, see Naboo (character). ...


As for TC-14, she survived the Trade Federation command ship's destruction, when it was accidentally blown up by Anakin Skywalker during the Battle of Naboo. She still served Gunray through the next 13 years, through the Clone Wars, until she was captured by the Jedi Anakin Skywalker and Obi-wan Kenobi several weeks before the Second battle of Coruscant She is also the first character you unlock in the video game Lego Star Wars.
Anakin Skywalker (42 BBY – 4 ABY) is a fictional character in the Star Wars universe. ... The Battle or Invasion of Naboo refers to a pre-Clone Wars conflict in the fictional Star Wars universe that occurred on the peaceful planet Naboo shortly after the Invasion of Theed (Naboos capital city) in which the organisation called the Trade Federation sent an army of battle droids...


Treadwell

The WED Tredwell is a common utility and repair droid. It is manufactured by the major company Cybot Galactica, and is characterized by a flat treaded base and a long spindly neck, with arms folding up against it. Treadwells are notorious for their stupidity and none-too-reliable construction. They speak in a mechanical language similar to that of R2-D2. The Lars family used to own a Treadwell model, but it broke down before the events of A New Hope. Another Treadwell was seen helping Han Solo with repairs to the Millennium Falcon in Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back. Alternative meanings: Star Wars: Droids (animated series) A droid is a robot, specifically the intelligent robots in the fictional Star Wars universe. ... For the weapons system nicknamed R2-D2, see Phalanx CIWS. R2-D2 (called R2 for short), is an astromech droid and colleague of C-3PO in the fictional Star Wars universe, created not long before 32 BBY. R2-D2 was played by Kenny Baker in all six Star Wars films... This movie poster for Star Wars depicts many of the films important elements, such as Luke Skywalker, Princess Leia, Han Solo, X-Wing and Y-Wing fighters Star Wars, retitled Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope in 1981 (see note at Title,) is the original (and in chronological... Han Solo (born 29 BBY), a character in the fictional Star Wars universe, is played by Harrison Ford in the Star Wars film series. ... The Millennium Falcon is a starship in the fictional Star Wars universe, piloted by Han Solo and Chewbacca after Solo apparently won it from Lando Calrissian in a high-stakes game of sabacc. ... Movie poster Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back is the sequel to the first released Star Wars movie, and the second film released in the original trilogy. ...


U-3PO

U-3PO was a protocol droid serving in the House of Alderaan's Diplomatic corps. His programming was altered by the Empire for espionage purposes. He looked very similar to C-3PO; the main difference in appearance was that U-3PO was of a light silver color with a slight copper tint. It was he who signaled the arrival of the Tantive IV carrying Princess Leia above Tatooine. The ship was then captured by the Star Destroyer Devastator. The Tantive IV. In the fictional Star Wars saga, the blockade runner Tantive IV, was a Corellian Corvette used by Bail Organa and later his adoptive daughter Leia Organa. ... Her Royal Highness, Princess Leia Organa of Alderaan (born in 19 BBY), born Leia Amidala Skywalker, is a fictional character in the Star Wars universe played by Aiden Barton in Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith, actress Carrie Fisher in Star Wars: Episodes IV-VI, and by Ann... In George Lucass Star Wars saga, Tatooine is the home planet of the Skywalker family and the setting for much of the action in the sagas films (as well as several of the novels and other pieces of written fiction). ...


Vuffi Raa

Vuffi Raa is a star-shaped droid created by a race of droids that had outlasted their alien masters. He was sent into the galaxy to act as a scout for his creators. He was sold to Lando Calrissian and the two became partners, with Vuffi Raa piloting the Millennium Falcon until his makers arrived to take him back. Lando Calrissian (born c. ... The Millennium Falcon is a starship in the fictional Star Wars universe, piloted by Han Solo and Chewbacca after Solo apparently won it from Lando Calrissian in a high-stakes game of sabacc. ...


WA-7

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WA-7
Droid type Waitress Droid
Manufacturer {{{manufacturer}}}
Gender Feminine programming
Height {{{height}}}
Sensor color Red and Brown
Home planet Unknown
Master (owner) Dexter Jettster
Affiliation None

WA-7 is the name of a unicycled Waitress Droid in Dexter Jettster's Coruscant diner. Her voice is extremely obnoxious and is supposed to resemble a diner waitress' voice. She competes with the human waitress Hermione Bagwa. The mirror of the Roman Goddess Venus is often used to represent the female sex. ... Dexter Jettster was the owner of Dexs Diner and an superb explorer in his younger days. ... Coruscant (pronounced //) is the name of a fictional planet in the Star Wars universe. ... In George Lucas fictional Star Wars universe, Humans are the most numerous and dominant species, with apparently millions of major and minor colonies galaxywide. ... This article is about minor characters in the fictional Star Wars universe, who do not fit into any other category. ...


She is a spirited antique droid waitress, WA-7 served the patrons of Dexter's Diner with officious precision and the programmed equivalent of sass. A streamlined mechanical body in a shape that suggests a humanoid female, WA-7 had a sleek build complete with a decorative metallic skirt and an agile unipod wheel.


WA-7 featured a built-in order transmitter that kept her in touch with the kitchen at all times. A paired set of repulsor stabilizers helped her maintain balance as she rolled about on her unipod wheel. WA-7 disliked low tippers, and was often seen shamelessly flirting with the dishwasher unit.


X-1 Viper

The X-1 Viper Automadon is a type of droid in the fictional Star Wars universe ( expanded universe). It is primarily depicted in the Dark Empire series. Alternative meanings: Star Wars: Droids (animated series) A droid is a robot, specifically the intelligent robots in the fictional Star Wars universe. ... The cover of the 2004 DVD widescreen release of the modified original Star Wars Trilogy. ... Splinter of the Minds Eye, 1978 The Expanded Universe (also known as the EU) encompasses all of the officially licensed, fictional background of the Star Wars universe, outside of the six feature films produced by George Lucas. ... Dark Empire was a comic series produced by Dark Horse Comics set in the Star Wars Expanded Universe. ...


In Dark Empire II, the Core planet Balmorra, a major armaments supplier of the Empire, designed a new battle-droid called the X-1 Viper Automadon. the X-1s were capable of absorbing blaster fire through their molecular shields, and channel it right through the droids turbolasers. They were also capable at melee combat. They were first tested when the remnants of the Empire began Operation Shadow Hand under Executor Sedriss; Sedriss' forces mounted an attack on Balmorra, intending to return Balmorra to the fold. The ground combat began well, but Sedriss' troops had deployed SD-9 battle-droids, which were simply outmatched by Balmorra's freshly made SD-10s (as befitted the newest model of a weapon designed by Umak Leth). Sedriss had planned for this contingency, and launched his Shadow Droids- vast jet-black starfighters in which Imperial TIE fighter ace pilot brains were encapsulated; whether through Sith alchemy or simple bonds of the Force, the Shadow Droids were empowered by the Dark side. The Shadow Droids proved to be very effective against the SD-10s. But Sedriss had not plumbed the true depths of Governor Beltane's cunning however, and Beltane sent out the fearsome X-1 Viper Automatons, who obliterated the Shadow Droids which got in ther way. Executor Sedriss wanted those droids for the Empire. Governor Beltane alerted the Rebels on Pinnacle Base. The Rebels suggested using commandeering the shipment and launching a surprise attack Byss, against the advice of Luke, who felt that those droids would be better used to liberate other worlds. But the Byss plan went right ahead. Lando, Wedge, C-3PO, R2-D2 and a group of commandos infiltrated the delivery and set the programming and manual override on the droids. Once the last droid was down, they started wrecking havoc around the Emperor's citadel. That is, until they reached the bridge to the citadel, and the Chrysalis Beasts were released. The rancors, hideously mutated through long experimentation and subjection to Sith alchemy by the Emperor's dark side devotees, were essentially immune to blasters and projectile weapons, and were far the X-1's masters in meelee combat. They began ripping apart the droids but the Rebel team escaped with the aid of Salla Zend and a group of smugglers. Whether Balmorra supplied the New Republic more droids is unknown. The fictional Star Wars universe features an intricate array of different weapons, whose uses and powers range from interpersonal combat to destroying entire space stations or even planets and solar systems in single sweeps. ... Sedriss was an Imperial character in the Star Wars Expanded Universe. ... Umak Leth was an Imperial engineer in the Star Wars Expanded Universe. ... The introduction to this article provides insufficient context for those unfamiliar with the subject matter. ... This article is about aspects of magical theory. ... Sedriss was an Imperial character in the Star Wars Expanded Universe. ... Byss is a planet located deep in the Core of the fictional Star Wars galaxy. ... Lando was elected pope in either July or August of 913, and died about 6 months later in either February or March of 914. ... The term wedge can refer to any one of the following things: In mechanics, a simple machine used to separate two objects, or portions of objects, through the application of force is often called a wedge. ... C-3PO (pronounced See-Threepio, called 3PO for short) is a character from the fictional Star Wars universe, created by Anakin Skywalker circa 32 BBY, for human-cyborg relations. He is a protocol droid - an android specifically designed to interact with organics - with a very proper manner and British accent... For the weapons system nicknamed R2-D2, see Phalanx CIWS. R2-D2 (called R2 for short), is an astromech droid and colleague of C-3PO in the fictional Star Wars universe, created not long before 32 BBY. R2-D2 was played by Kenny Baker in all six Star Wars films... The Rancor at Jabbas Palace. ... The introduction to this article provides insufficient context for those unfamiliar with the subject matter. ... Dark Side devotees are, in the Star Wars Expanded Universe, those who use the Force for evil ends. ... This article is about minor characters in the fictional Star Wars universe, who do not fit into any other category. ... The New Republic (officialy The New Galactic Republic) is a fictional government in Star Wars. ...


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