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CC-1138, nicknamed "Bacara," was a clone trooper officer who held the military rank of Marshal Commander in the Grand Army of the Republic during the Clone Wars. Known for his aggressive tactics, Bacara served as the Clone Commander of the Galactic Marines, an elite division of clone troopers renowned for their distinctive armor and relentlessness in combat.

As with all clone troopers from the extragalactic planet Kamino, Bacara was cloned from the genetic template of the human bounty hunter Jango Fett and trained as a soldier in an army for the Galactic Republic. During the final months of the Clone Wars, Bacara's Galactic Marines served under the command of Jedi General Ki-Adi-Mundi, while Republic forces laid siege to the Separatist strongholds in the Outer Rim Territories of the galaxy.

Bacara and his troops were in the midst of battle on Mygeeto when they received word from Supreme Chancellor Sheev Palpatine informing them that Order 66 was in effect. As clones, they were bound by their programming to follow the protocol without question and, therefore, executed General Mundi as an enemy of the state. By the war's end, the Republic that Bacara served had been supplanted by a new regime—the Galactic Empire, ruled by the self-anointed Emperor Palpatine.

BiographyEdit

Early lifeEdit

CC-1138, later known as "Bacara", was a clone of the bounty hunter Jango Fett created and trained on the planet Kamino.[1] There, he trained with an ex-Journeyman Protector. After his training, he then received training from ARC troopers.[3]

The Clone WarsEdit

During the Outer Rim Sieges of the Clone Wars, Bacara served as the Marshal Commander[4] of the Galactic Marines. He served as Jedi General Ki-Adi-Mundi's second in command. Together, they fought in many battles.[3]

Bacara, along with Mundi and the Galactic Marines, were located on Mygeeto where he and Mundi led the Marines against Separatist Alliance forces including Octuptarra tri-droids. Eventually, Bacara and his troops received Order 66 from Supreme Chancellor Sheev Palpatine, and he and his troopers then opened fire on Mundi, killing him.[5][6]

Personality and traitsEdit

Following his training with the Journeyman Protectors, Bacara was seen as a loner.[3] Under the leadership of Ki-Adi-Mundi, Bacara's extremely strict and militant philosophies were often at odds with Mundi's Jedi training. After many battles together, however, Mundi earned the respect of his subordinates.[7]

Behind the scenesEdit

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Concept art by Alex Jaeger

CC-1138 made his first canonical appearance in the 2005 film Star Wars: Episode III Revenge of the Sith.[5] Though Bacara's numerical designation goes unmentioned in the film, it was annotated in the screenplay of Episode III, where Bacara is identified as Commander 1138, a reference to George Lucas' first feature film THX 1138.[8]

When Bacara first appeared in Revenge of the Sith, some fans noticed that both his helmet and armor closely resembled that of the snowtroopers from Star Wars: Episode V The Empire Strikes Back. The armor that CC-1138 and the other Galactic Marines wore in Episode III was inspired by the snowtrooper designs of Episode V. Building off of this inspiration, Bacara's helmet's open-facemask design was originally developed for clone tank drivers who were meant to have been operating in rough environments.[9] Some concept art seen in Jonathan W. Rinzler's The Art of Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith identified CC-1138 as a "Clone Tank Driver".[10] It's possible that CC-1138 was first intended to command a HAVw A6 Juggernaut during the Order 66 sequence. During the shooting scripts, a HAVw A6 Juggernaut was meant to open fire under Yoda's command post on Kashyyyk.[11]

While Bacara's appearance in the final cut is silent, there were two lines attributed to him in the illustrated screenplay. These were "Yes, sir" and "It will be done, My Lord", and the commander's actions were even slightly expanded too: he was to be given the command to execute the order by Darth Sidious via comlink and then snap the comlink close as he looked on the city's main plaza before killing Ki-Adi-Mundi.[12]

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