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we shound update the armor an equipment section Edit

he din't were are kama in the being of crash courseUnsigned comment by Commaderv briar (talk • contribs).

Misnaming the AT-TE Edit

In one of the season 2 episodes, Rex calls an AT-TE an "AT-AT" while in a hangar

Does anyone know what episode this is? I think it's cargo of doom or holocron heist, but can someone confirm which one it was?

--Wifout Teef 21:33, December 5, 2009 (UTC)

Order 66 Edit

Did he participate in Order 66, and is there any information on him post clone wars? Anonymous Unsigned comment by 69.155.123.193 (talk • contribs).

The page doesn't say anything about what Rex did during Order 66 or if he was EVEN in battle at all during 66. User:Leonardo Sunstriker

  • That's because no source to date has shed any information on the topic. CC7567 (talk) 19:17, May 1, 2014 (UTC)

Rex Didn't Participate in Order 66 You Will see in the new Rebels Season 2 Trailer that Him Commander Wolffe and also Commando Gregor are still alive and if you look on the side of their heads they have Scars this is where they took their Order 66 Chips Out.

voyage of temptationEdit

put in the stuff that happens on the coronet Unsigned comment by 72.2.23.6 (talk • contribs).

  • I agree, Rex appears in 2 episodes during the Mandalorian Arc, and i think he should get some credit for it.--Orcson1 19:48, May 7, 2010 (UTC)


Rank Edit

The Behind The Scenes states that Rex is incorrectly identified as a Commander in The Clone Wars: No Prisoners. It is entirely possible that Rex is described thus, simply in the lower case sense of the word as in: a commander of men, rather then the assumed rank meaning of the word. It should also be noted the real world Navy and Marine tradition of refuring to an Army/Marine Captain by the next rank up (real world Major)whilst aboard ship, to avoid the exact confusion that occures on page 58 of the book when a Lieutenant calls out Captain (addressing Pellaeon) and Rex responds. As Karen Traviss is a former Defense Correspondent as well as having served in both the Territorial Army and the Royal Naval Auxiliary Service, she would be familiar with that custom. Conversly this is the same custom that see's all officers who are placed in charge of a Naval vessel addressed as Captain whilst onboard ship, regardless of actual rank. Whilst there is no examples of that tradition being used in Star Wars that I am aware of, it could also be that is what Karen Traviss was trying to convay when she refurred to Rex as a clone commander. --OrtharRrith 16:45, May 9, 2010 (UTC)

Commander?Edit

Rex's rank is captain so the redirect should be changed to Rex or Captain Rex, right? If no one objects, I will change it.Mand'alor Fett II 23:36, August 7, 2010 (UTC)

I don't know, why was he captain instead of commander? After all he has done surely he would be commander by now! So if captain is a lower rank then commander, does that mean that Commander Cody(Rex's best friend) out-ranks him? Commander Cody though follows orders from Rex and says that Rex could be in charge on the episode 'Rookies'. Maybe because of their friendship?--Killosaurs 10:46, May 28, 2011 (UTC)

R2 Come Home Edit

The article failed to mention that Rex also appeared in the season 2 episode "R2 Come Home". He appeared at the end of the episode to rescue Master Windu and Anikin. Unsigned comment by Denger4 (talk • contribs).

  • The clone in the pauldron was Wolffe, not Rex. CC7567 (talk) 03:02, September 3, 2010 (UTC)

ARC? Edit

I know that previously it has been said that Rex is not an ARC, just a clone with an ARC armor, because his designation is CC. However, the new TCW episodes revealed, that normal trooper could be promoted to ARCs - they surely run out of the original 100, - and Rex has the right to promote one. So I would assume, Rex is a promoted ARC, like Fives and Echo, otherwhise he would not have the right to promote one to ARC, wouldn't he? Is this simple logic or original research? Darth Morrt 09:58, September 18, 2010 (UTC)

  • If no source specifically states that he is an ARC trooper, he isn't confirmed to be one. The reasons behind why he has the right to promote ARCs isn't for us to speculate about, especially not here. CC7567 (talk) 10:08, September 18, 2010 (UTC)
  • There is no confirmation that Rex himself promoted them, he could have been just passing on a message. brightfur 03:23, January 11, 2011 (UTC)

Relationships with Appo? Edit

In ROTS,the commander of 501st is Appo. But Rex is also Anakin's second-command in TCW. So how to explain their relationships? Unsigned comment by 123.150.183.102 (talk • contribs).

Rex didn't kill Sobek Edit

I think Ahsoka speared Sobek through with a lightsaber to stop him from killing Tarkin. Unsigned comment by 138.87.149.240 (talk • contribs).

I copy that. --Peca2000 14:46, October 29, 2011 (UTC)

Rex's Death Edit

When looking at the episode guide for Season 4 Episode 8 (The General), is appears that Captain Rex dies, along with Fives. That would explain him not being in Revenge of the Sith. Can anyone confirm this? --Peca2000 14:45, October 29, 2011 (UTC)

  • You mean "an almost certain suicide mission"? The keywork here is almost. Additionally, there are scenes of Rex from the season trailer, which were not released yet, so Rex would appear in some upcoming episode. Darth Morrt 17:35, October 29, 2011 (UTC)
    • Please adhere to the {{Talkheader}} template listed on the top of this talk page. And no, Rex's fate is not confirmed or said yet. Please be patient. JangFett (Talk) 17:42, October 29, 2011 (UTC)
      • The reason why Rex wasn't in Attack of The Clones or Revenge of The Sith is because wasn't thought up until 3 years later. Personally, I don't think George Lucas is going to make Rex turn to his demise since he is so popular and he been in season 1-4 so it would be a bummer for him to be killed. Unsigned comment by Video Gamer1 (talk • contribs).
        • This is not in any way relevant to the article. Wookieepedia is not a forum. 1358 (Talk) 13:01, March 3, 2012 (UTC)

Appearance in Water War Edit

Why does the article state that Rex appeared in Phase 2 armor if he is shown in his phase 1 armor complete with a phase 1 pauldron and no welding marks on his chest?Rxlthunder 03:29, November 21, 2011 (UTC)

CT-7567 Edit

Would someone tell me why Rex is now a private? brightfur (Questions or comments) 06:02, November 29, 2011 (UTC)

  • CT-7567 was called that in Darkness on Umbara and his name on StarWars.com was changed to CT-7567, so User:CC7567 renamed him that. That's why. Legoclones (Communication Systems) 01:02, December 1, 2011 (UTC)
    • Sadly, they changed his designation. Also, CT nor does CC reflect a clone's rank. Rex is still a captain per that encyclopedia and recent episodes so no need to worry about that. JangFett (Talk) 01:08, December 1, 2011 (UTC)
  • Trust TCW to mess up a confirmed (by Star Wars: The Clone Wars: The Visual Guide -_-) unit number. brightfur (Questions or comments) 03:07, December 1, 2011 (UTC)
  • Yes Rex is now confirmed CT-7567 not with designation CC- anymore. But did anybody consider that REX was called "CT" only by jedi Pong Krell, which was known by downgrading and despising clone troopers. So he could have just insulting captain Rex by addressing him with "CT" instead of "CC" to show his despise on him? Unsigned comment by 46.122.177.60 (talk • contribs).
  • I agree with brightfur; "CT-" is for troopers, Rex is a captain. I think because that Krell never liked clones, he only called Rex CT-7567 out of disrespect.Ghost of LucasArts

Rex, honor and duty Edit

Yet his noteworthy individuality aside, Rex followed his orders without question like the rest of the soldiers.

Isn't it about time that this page reflected Rex's changing character? S4 Episodes 407-410 emphasized that Rex no longer follows orders "without question." As a matter of fact he outright contradicts such an attitude:

"I used to think being a good soldier meant doing everything they told you; that's how they engineered us. But we're not droids, we're not programmed. You have to learn to make your own decisions."

I think that's a far cry from "convincing Dogma to stand down," which is all this page says of this event. Rex is directly challenging the assumption that all clones follow their orders without thinking or questioning. It seems that the over all tenor of this page downplays that part of his character.

--Sachariah 00:58, December 3, 2011 (UTC)

  • I agree, but all clone troopers are supposed to follow orders, so I don't know if I/you/anyone should. Legoclones (Communication Systems) 01:36, December 3, 2011 (UTC)
    • But isn't that the point? Rex is clearly demonstrating that clones don't always follow orders, that they are capable of realizing an order is wrong, and refusing to follow it. The fact of the matter is that Rex does not "follow his orders without question like the rest of the soldiers." Arguably, he never did - he's talked back to both Anakin and Ahsoka - but in the Umbara campaign, he explicitly went against orders in order to do what he believed was right.
    • I'm new here, but if there's no rules against it I'd like to update portions of this page to reflect this. I'm not speculating about issues like Order 66, etc; this article is factually inaccurate, when it comes to this character. --Sachariah 18:45, December 3, 2011 (UTC)
      • I think that you should bring it up with an administer such as CC7567 or Grand Moff Tranner Legoclones (Communication Systems) 22:08, December 3, 2011 (UTC)
        • It doesn't need to be run via an administrator. You can change the page anytime. Just make sure to not speculate. 1358 (Talk) 22:11, December 3, 2011 (UTC)
          • I'm pretty good at sticking to the facts. Like I hinted at, the subject of Rex's individuality brings up a lot of fanon issues, since everyone's wondering if Rex will follow Order 66. But I feel that this article goes too far, purposefully downplaying Rex's individuality to avoid speculation. If the man says (and demonstrates) that he does not always follow orders, that deserves to be mentioned, rather than contradicted. Unfortunately, this article is locked for me. What are the rules for editing a locked page? Unsigned comment by Sachariah (talk • contribs).
            • As a common target for spam/vandalism, the article is semi-protected, meaning your account needs to be at least four days old before you can edit. 1358 (Talk) 22:25, December 3, 2011 (UTC)
              • Understood. I'll be patient, then. --Sachariah 22:27, December 3, 2011 (UTC)

Blue??? Edit

Now i know that Rex is a Clone Captain but, at the begining of the Clone Wars Blue meant Lieutenant and Red meant Captain, so was he at first a Lieutenant and then promoted to Captain? Or a Captain and changed his armour to Blue? 174.7.66.152 04:43, March 1, 2012 (UTC)

  • The timeline of the Clone Wars has been altered so that the transition of the meaning of color from rank to unit now takes place at an earlier time then previously established. As of now, Rex has consistently been a captain throughout his history, with his armor's blue stripes and sigils being instead indicative of the 501st Legion. Bella'Mia 04:51, March 1, 2012 (UTC)

A lot here belongs in CanonEdit

Frankly, the only items that should be here in Legends are any kind of comic book appearance outside of TCW or Rebels, as The Clone Wars is canon. I propose an overhaul here, can we agree.Effect 21:44, April 19, 2015 (UTC)

  • No. - AV-6R7User talk:AV-6R7 21:46, April 19, 2015 (UTC)
    • Please see our canon policy and the tab system. We're not going to toss out the preexisting Legends material. Cade StupidRepublicEmblem-Traced-TORkit Calrayn 21:47, April 19, 2015 (UTC)
      • Alright, I looked at both pages that you recommended I look at, and in both articles it said that Star Wars: The Clone Wars is official canon. So... I don't know what I'm missing here. Perhaps it's simply a misunderstanding, but I'm not proposing tossing out the Legends article. I'm simply saying that a lot of the information in Legends does not in fact belong there, it belongs in Canon. The fact that it is here in Legends misleads visitors to think that it is not canon when it is. I want to understand here, so please explain what I am missing here. -Effect 22:01, April 19, 2015 (UTC)
        • To put it simply, everything released prior to the April 25, 2014 announcement is considered Legends. Mostly everything released after April 25 is canon, with some exceptions, as the canon policy will show you. Star Wars: The Clone Wars (up until The Lost Missions) and the six films were released prior to April 25, and since they all affected Legends material, they are considered both canon and Legends, hence why information from them is included in Legends articles such as this one. CC7567 (talk) 03:30, April 20, 2015 (UTC)
          • Alright, so if I'm understanding you, you say that everything before April 25, 2014 that is canon is considered Legends also, since it effects other Legends material. By that logic then, both articles should have all of the canon information, while the Legends side should also have all of the canon information AND the legends information (comics, video games, children's novels, etc.). The issue is that the canon page should, by definition, contain all things canon, regardless of when it was released. I think it is misleading not to include such things where they should be. So, as the Canon article contains – or should contain – all canon, is it safe to assume that one could essentially copy the information and wording from the Legends page, sift through it and remove any non-canonical references, then paste it into the Canon page? This would provide a much more accurate representation of where things stand, rather than confusing visitors as to whether something is or isn't canon. This is what I have really been getting at all day, and I think it's a reasonable position. Does that make sense? -Effect 07:00, April 20, 2015 (UTC)
            • I believe what Effect is trying to say, is that we copy everything from this page to the Canon page and just remove all the legends only material. Frankly it would be easier just to re-write all the canon material, like how the Canon page looks now --Tuskin38 (talk) 20:32, May 17, 2015 (UTC)
              • Simply just copying everything isn't allowed. You have to write the material in your own words. ProfessorTofty (talk) 20:35, May 17, 2015 (UTC)


Rex-ChipEdit

Okay if you have seen the Star Wars Rebels Season 2 Trailer you will know that Rex is still alive and along with him is Commander Wolffe and also the Clone Commando Gregor that we see in a few episodes of the clone wars. You can also see slightly that there is scars on each one of their heads at the same place, this is where they took their Order 66 chips out as you will see in one of the Clone Wars Episodes where Tup Has a malfunction and it goes off too early and then Clone Trooper Fives Gets His Removed and Becomes Crazy and tries to Kill Palpatine.

--94.12.189.254 10:22, May 24, 2015 (UTC)

  • That happened after the Legends-Canon split. So that will only go in the Canon article, not the legends article. While it is obvious that the scar means they removed the chip, I believe it hasn't actually been confirmed in any official sources that it has, so I don't believe that part can be added to the article yet. Would have to wait for a press release or something official that mentions it. You should bring it up in the talk page for the canon article. Talk:CT-7567/Canon --Tuskin38 (talk) 13:33, May 24, 2015 (UTC)

I will do but i dont have enough time due to school work and exams coming up i need to study but once im done with that i will try to. --94.12.189.254 21:18, May 26, 2015 (UTC)

Why not Commander? Edit

I know a wiki talk page isn't the best place to ask, but I'd really like to know if there is any canon reason why Rex isn't a Commander. He was in charge of a Legion, which would make him a senior commander. His successor, Appo, was a commander. Is there any reason why he isn't? Wi. L. Anderson (talk) 04:11, December 27, 2015 (UTC)Wi. L. Anderson

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