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'''E-3PO''' units were a subset of the [[3PO-series protocol droid]] line. Developed for [[Galactic Empire/Legends|Imperial]] use, E-3POs possessed the [[TechSpan I]] propriety module, which allowed them to interface with a wide variety of networks employed by the Galactic Empire. Their obscure and rare status led to E-3PO units developing arrogant, superior, and haughty attitudes, which would gain them a degree of notoriety throughout [[The galaxy/Legends|the galaxy]].
 
'''E-3PO''' units were a subset of the [[3PO-series protocol droid]] line. Developed for [[Galactic Empire/Legends|Imperial]] use, E-3POs possessed the [[TechSpan I]] propriety module, which allowed them to interface with a wide variety of networks employed by the Galactic Empire. Their obscure and rare status led to E-3PO units developing arrogant, superior, and haughty attitudes, which would gain them a degree of notoriety throughout [[The galaxy/Legends|the galaxy]].
   
During the [[Galactic Civil War/Legends|Galactic Civil War]], the E-3PO production line on [[Mechis III/Legends|Mechis III]] was commandeered by the megalomaniac [[Assassin droid/Legends|assassin droid]] [[IG-88A]]. Supplanting their standard programming with his own sleeper version, IG-88A had the E-3PO [[Droid/Legends|droids]] serve as his [[Spy/Legends|spies]] throughout the galaxy as part of his [[Droid Revolution]]. While normally, the new programming would eventually become evident, the natural demeanor of the E-3POs masked it.
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During the [[Galactic Civil War/Legends|Galactic Civil War]], the E-3PO production line on [[Mechis III]] was commandeered by the megalomaniac [[Assassin droid/Legends|assassin droid]] [[IG-88A]]. Supplanting their standard programming with his own sleeper version, IG-88A had the E-3PO [[Droid/Legends|droids]] serve as his [[Spy/Legends|spies]] throughout the galaxy as part of his [[Droid Revolution]]. While normally, the new programming would eventually become evident, the natural demeanor of the E-3POs masked it.
   
 
==Functions and capabilities==
 
==Functions and capabilities==
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==History==
 
==History==
The E-3PO line of [[Protocol droid/Legends|protocol droids]] was produced during the [[Galactic Civil War/Legends|Galactic Civil War]] on the [[factory world]] of [[Mechis III/Legends|Mechis III]]. Given the TechSpan I technology, their purpose was to interact with many different kinds of disparate Imperial networks. In time, the E-3PO units became aware of their own exclusivity, and became notoriously brusque and rude by protocol [[Droid/Legends|droid]] standards. That flaw in their personality and programming inspired [[IG-88A]] to use the E-3POs as his [[Spy/Legends|spies]] throughout [[The galaxy/Legends|the galaxy]] to help implement his [[Droid Revolution]]. His own sleeper programming, which caused personality aberrations, was masked by the natural temperament of the E-3PO. Modifying the droids on Mechis III, he dispatched scores of Imperial commissioned droids throughout the galaxy, with their alterations totally unknown to their owners.<ref name="db" />
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The E-3PO line of [[Protocol droid/Legends|protocol droids]] was produced during the [[Galactic Civil War/Legends|Galactic Civil War]] on the [[factory world]] of [[Mechis III]]. Given the TechSpan I technology, their purpose was to interact with many different kinds of disparate Imperial networks. In time, the E-3PO units became aware of their own exclusivity, and became notoriously brusque and rude by protocol [[Droid/Legends|droid]] standards. That flaw in their personality and programming inspired [[IG-88A]] to use the E-3POs as his [[Spy/Legends|spies]] throughout [[The galaxy/Legends|the galaxy]] to help implement his [[Droid Revolution]]. His own sleeper programming, which caused personality aberrations, was masked by the natural temperament of the E-3PO. Modifying the droids on Mechis III, he dispatched scores of Imperial commissioned droids throughout the galaxy, with their alterations totally unknown to their owners.<ref name="db" />
   
 
Following the first demise of [[Galactic Emperor/Legends|Emperor]] [[Palpatine/Legends|Palpatine]] during the [[Battle of Endor/Legends|Battle of Endor]] and the subsequent rise of the [[New Republic/Legends|New Republic]], [[New Republic Intelligence Service]] agents were able to acquire an [[E-3PO (Bespin)/Legends|E-3PO unit]] that had served on [[Cloud City/Legends|Cloud City]], [[Bespin/Legends|Bespin]]. Unfortunately for the agents, the E-3PO's TechSpan I module had been removed.<ref name="db" />
 
Following the first demise of [[Galactic Emperor/Legends|Emperor]] [[Palpatine/Legends|Palpatine]] during the [[Battle of Endor/Legends|Battle of Endor]] and the subsequent rise of the [[New Republic/Legends|New Republic]], [[New Republic Intelligence Service]] agents were able to acquire an [[E-3PO (Bespin)/Legends|E-3PO unit]] that had served on [[Cloud City/Legends|Cloud City]], [[Bespin/Legends|Bespin]]. Unfortunately for the agents, the E-3PO's TechSpan I module had been removed.<ref name="db" />
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