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"If that creature is as powerful as they say, what good are these rifles gonna be?"
"Ah, shut up, Kosmos."
―Kosmos and a fellow clone trooper[src]

"Kosmos" was the nickname of a clone trooper who served in the Grand Army of the Republic during The Clone Wars.


In 22 BBY, he was assigned with guarding the compound in which Supreme Chancellor Palpatine was having experiments conducted on the Zillo Beast. He stated that he did not believe his rifle would be effective against the beast before one of his colleagues told him to shut up. When some dents were created in the wall, they drew their weapons, but they were killed shortly as the beast broke out.

Personality and traitsEdit

Kosmos was seen as negative because he believed his rifle wouldn't do any damage against the Zillo Beast. Even though he was right, the other troopers didn't like this negativity.

Behind the scenesEdit

While using English subtitles, the spelling of Kosmos' name was first revealed.

Like all clones in the Clone Wars TV series, Kosmos was voiced by Dee Bradley Baker.


TCW mini logo Star Wars: The Clone Wars – "The Zillo Beast Strikes Back" (First appearance)

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