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―The clone trooper as he was attacked by Thrawn[src]

A clone trooper served as a stormtrooper in the Imperial Army during the early Imperial Era. The trooper was incapacitated by the Chiss Mitth'raw'nuruodo, who donned his armor to board the Venator-class Star Destroyer Strikefast.


"Two squads of stormtroopers should be more than enough to handle one alien."
―Colonel Mosh Barris, over comlink[src]

Thrawn, who incapacitated the clone trooper and donned his armor

The clone trooper was created on the planet Kamino by Kaminoan cloners.[1] At some point early in the Imperial Era, he served in the Imperial Army in a squad of stormtroopers who had been sent on the Venator-class Star Destroyer Strikefast to a nameless world in Wild Space where the Chiss Mitth'raw'nuruodo "Thrawn" lived in exile.[3]

On the planet, Captain Voss Parck oversaw reconnaissance efforts to investigate smugglers. Thrawn downed an Imperial V-wing starfighter and stole its pilot's comlink,[3] leading the Colonel Mosh Barris to order two squads of stormtroopers to neutralize the alien whom they suspected had attacked them. Thrawn ambushed and incapacitated the clone trooper, stole his clone trooper armor, and snuck aboard the Strikefast with the other stormtroopers Barris had dispatched.[2]

Personality and traits[]

"What the--"
―The clone trooper as he was ambushed by Thrawn[src]

As a clone of the bounty hunter Jango Fett, the trooper was a human male who stood 1.83 meters tall.[1] The trooper expressed surprise and then pain when Thrawn ambushed and attacked him.[2]


The trooper wore phase II clone trooper armor.[2]

Behind the scenes[]

The clone trooper was mentioned in Timothy Zahn's 2017 novel Thrawn, the first book of Zahn's Star Wars: Thrawn trilogy.[3] He appeared in the[2] February 14, 2018[4] first installment of the novel's comic adaptation, written by Jody Houser, drawn by Luke Ross, and published by Marvel Comics.[2]


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