This article is about the traditional Supercommandos. You may be looking for the Mandalorian super commandos, formed from the Death Watch and loyal to Darth Maul during the Clone Wars.
"Chief Daala is getting ready to call in the Mandos."
"Mandalorians? Supercommandos?"
"Come on. Those guys can't even agree on a color for their armor. There isn't anything super about them."
Han Solo and Jaden Korr[src]

Mandalorian Supercommando armor.

Mandalorian Supercommandos, or Mando Ori'ramikade in Mando'a, were a subculture of the Mandalorians that followed the Supercommando Codex, as written by Jaster Mereel.

History[edit | edit source]

In 60 BBY, Mandalore Jaster Mereel issued his Supercommando Codex. Jaster's men served as mercenaries and warriors for hire, but their primary goal was to hunt the Death Watch. During the Mandalorian Civil War, the Supercommandos loyal to Mereel's True Mandalorian faction were eliminated to the last man at the Battle of Galidraan in the year 44 BBY. Following the war, many Supercommandos traveled throughout the galaxy as mercenaries. Decades later, during the Clone Wars, Mandalore the Resurrector and Fenn Shysa trained a battalion of Supercommandos that raided Republic holdings as Separatist mercenaries. By the end of the war, a large number of Supercommandos including those of the Mandalorian Protectors, had been killed in action. It is unknown if Shysa's later incarnation of the Mandalorian Protectors used the term Supercommando. By the time of the Second Galactic Civil War in 40 ABY, Mandalore Boba Fett had a total of one hundred Supercommandos to call on including Fett's granddaughter Mirta Gev, her fiancé Ghes Orade, Orade's adoptive father Novoc Vevut, Baltan Carid, Ram Zerimar, and Goran Beviin.

During the Second Battle of Fondor, Fett led a group of fifty Supercommandos allied with Admiral Natasi Daala aboard the Imperial-class Star Destroyer Bloodfin to retake the ship from forces loyal to the Moffs attempting to join forces with Darth Caedus. The Commandos succeeded, although they were forced to allow Sith apprentice Tahiri Veila to escape with aid from Caedus due to Fett's orders that only Jaina Solo could confront her brother.

Appearances[edit | edit source]

Goot and Bobb in Mandalorian Supercommando armor

Sources[edit | edit source]

Mandalorian organizations
Old Republic era:
Crusaders (Viper Alpha) · Neo-Crusaders (Knights · Shock Troopers)
Mandalorians (Clan Ordo) · Mandalore the Avenger's faction · Hidden Chain
Minor groups: Ash'ad · Dar'manda · Terror Brigade
Rise of the Empire era:
True Mandalorians (Headhunter Company · Jango's grunts · Supercommandos · Vertigo Company)
Death Watch (Bloodguard · Ghosts · Super Commandos · Nite Owls · Wraiths)
New Mandalorians (Guard · Royal Guard · Secret Service)
Journeyman Protectors
Minor groups: Aka'liit · Militiamen · Patrol · Old Mandalorians
Legacy era:
Mandalorian Protectors (Resurrector Squadron) · Kadikla · Mandalorian Supremacists
Clans:
Awaud · Beroya · Beviin · Bralor · Cadera · Carid · Chorn · Deshra · Detta
Esok's clan · Farr · Fett · Gedyc · Itera · Jeban · Jendri · Jennis · Kelborn
Keldau · Kryze · Lok · Lone · Ordo · Priest · Rodarch · Sharratt
Skirata · Sornell · Spar · Tenau · Varad · Vevut · Vizla · Vizsla
Companies:
Kalevala Spaceworks · Mandal Hypernautics · MandalMotors · MandalTech
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