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Who is the more dangerous droid? Edit

Is the BX-series droid commando more dangerous then the B2 super battle droids? Unsigned comment by Bron Handa (talk • contribs).

  • Probably the BX droid, since it is much more agile, intelligent, and versatile (ie melee weps)--MC707 04:21, 23 August 2009 (UTC)
  • This metal things the droid version of an ARC trooper. While the B2 has heavy blaster weaponry and durability, the droid commando can disguise itself as a clone trooper, man a cannon or vehicle, and slip through defenses more easily.

Why so costly? Edit

"The only real drawback of these droids is the amount of money needed to make one. This made these droids a fairly rare sight on the battlefield and are mostly used on special missions."

Why are these more expensive? Do they use an extremely rare alloy for the armor? Do their software upgrades cost way more, a-la micro$oft style? Do they need TRAINING??? (like Clone shadow troopers would need) mass production, supply and demand, as well as economies of scales could easily enable the CIS to obtain these just as cheaply as B1 battle droids. *sigh* I guess lucas has kept the stormtrooper effect 'till these days. --MC707 04:19, 23 August 2009 (UTC)

Sniper rifleEdit

I think a team of droid commandos used a sniper rifle during the battle of saleucami (not the siege) and you didn't edited the sniperrifle to their equipement 14:30,22.01.10 Unsigned comment by 92.228.26.246 (talk • contribs).

ProblemEdit

Their first apperance is incorrectly listed as the starwars clone wars episode "Rookies", yet I recall them being one of the most common CIS droids encountered in the Republic Commandos videogame five years ago [March 1, 2005], and long before the newer seasons of the clone wars project were even a concept. I do not posses sufficient knowlage of the wiki system to operate it as of yet or know were to get the proper source information, can someone please look into this?

Sorry I don't have an account on this wiki, and the account I do have on fallout wiki has been neglected for nearly a year so I'll just be a strange voice from the shadows of the internet today. Cheers. Unsigned comment by 96.48.58.148 (talk • contribs).

What about those commando droinds in the episode the citadel' Unsigned comment by 69.123.165.181 (talk • contribs).

Republic Commando did have a B-series droid that was never named, but they definitely weren't BXs: B1 Advanced Battle Droid Is this what you mean? And as for the Citadel droids, they seemed better, but they were probably still the same type of droid, just like those MagnaGuards with yellow eyes. --Mand'alor te Siit (talk) 21:58, March 27, 2013 (UTC)

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