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"All by yourself? Not a problem."
―Obi-Wan Kenobi encountering a super battle droid rocket trooper[src]

Super battle droid rocket troopers, also known as B2 Rocket Troopers, were upgraded B2-RP battle droids used by the Separatist Alliance in the last stages of the Clone Wars.

CharacteristicsEdit

The super battle droid rocket troopers were a variant of B2 super battle droids, and were a refinement of the B2-RP battle droid.[4] The model featured a jetpack composed of two bulky thrusters attached to the shoulders, supplemented with smaller thrusters attached to the droid's ankles. The battle droids were armed with wrist-mounted laser cannons with four barrels each. The droids also had red sensors.[2]

HistoryEdit

Super battle droid rocket troopers were used during the Battle of Ringo Vinda. They were used alongside the droidekas in a final push that forced the Republic army to fall back, after Jedi Master Tiplar had been killed by the damaged clone trooper "Tup."[2]

B2 Rocket Troopers were later assigned the task of breaking into a Republic shuttle, alongside a Droid Gunship and some Buzz Droids to abduct Tup, who had been responsible for the Jedi's death. The droids swiftly eliminated all other clones in the craft, while the Buzz droid freed Tup. They were able to bring Tup to Admiral Trench, and they later guarded the shuttle piloted by Kraken until it left.[2] The model also saw action in the Battle of Anaxes.[5]

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Behind the scenesEdit

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Concept art of the droid

The B2 rocket trooper features as an adversary in the third phase of the Tank Takedown raid event in the video game Star Wars: Galaxy of Heroes. Summoned by General Grievous to defend a damaged Armored Assault Tank on Geonosis, the rocket trooper leads a squad of B1-series battle droids.

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Separatist battle droid models
Infantry
Aqua droid · B1-series battle droid (631 · B1 grapple droid · B1 recon droid · B1 repeater blaster droid · B1 rocket launcher droid · B1-series rocket battle droid · B1 supervisor droid · Firefighter battle droid · Heavy Battle Droid · Jungle battle droid · OOM-series battle droid (OOM command battle droid · OOM pilot battle droid · OOM-series security droid)) · B2-series super battle droid (B2-ACM Trooper · B2-HA super battle droid · B2-RP battle droid · B2 grapple droid · Super battle droid rocket trooper) · B3 battle droid · BX-series droid commando (BX-series droid commando captain) · C-8 saboteur droid · D-wing air support droid · Infiltrator demolition droid · Droideka (Sharpshooter droideka) · DSD1 dwarf spider droid · IG lancer droid · IG-100 MagnaGuard · LR-57 combat/retail droid · Millicreep droid · Pistoeka sabotage droid · Probe killer · SD-K4 assassin droid · Separatist probe droid · Unidentified battle droid model · Viper recon droid
Droid tanks
IG-227 Hailfire-class · LM-432 crab droid · NR-N99 Persuader-class
Droid walkers
Harvester · Octuptarra tri-droid · OG-9 homing spider droid
Droid starfighters
Droid tri-fighter · Hyena-class bomber · Vulture droid starfighter (Unidentified vulture droid variant)
Other
Decimator · Droideka Oppressor · HMP droid gunship · J-1 proton cannon · S-43 enforcer droid · ST-series super tactical droid · T-series military strategic analysis and tactics droid
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