The title of this article is conjectural.

Although this article is based on official information from the Star Wars Legends continuity, the actual name of this subject is pure conjecture.

A stormtrooper was stationed in Timira City on the planet Kamino in the year 1 BBY. When Starkiller, a clone of Sith apprentice Galen Marek, escaped the planet to get away from Marek's former master, Sith Lord Darth Vader, the Human male stormtrooper encountered the clone. Starkiller used a mind trick on the trooper, causing him to leap to his death.


A Human[3] male stormtrooper was stationed on the planet Kamino[2] in the year 1 BBY.[1] The stormtrooper was in a walkway above the Timira City parade grounds when Starkiller, a clone of Sith Lord Darth Vader's apprentice Galen Marek, was attempting to escape the planet. Starkiller came across the stormtrooper, and, after having a brief vision of the future in which he used a mind trick on another stormtrooper, he used that Force power on the trooper on the walkway. Due to the mind trick, the stormtrooper leaped out of a window, committing suicide.[2]

Personality and traits[]

The Human[3] stormtrooper was a member of the then current galactic government, the Galactic Empire. As a part of the Stormtrooper Corps in the Imperial Military, he wore white armor.[2] The trooper was a weak-minded individual, as was demonstrated by his susceptibility to the mind trick employed by Starkiller.[4]

Behind the scenes[]

"There is nothing for you here."
"I've got to get out of here!"
―Starkiller and the stormtrooper, in one of the many different randomly selected quotes for the mind trick Force power[src]

The stormtrooper first appeared in the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 versions of the LucasArts video game Star Wars: The Force Unleashed II, released on October 26, 2010. The incident where Starkiller finds the stormtrooper marks the first instance in the game where the mind trick—a Force power that is used throughout the rest of the game—is employed. The game's strategy guide includes the mind trick scenario in its walkthrough. The guide also calls the trooper "weak-minded." There are multiple things that Starkiller can say when using mind trick, all of which are game mechanics and are randomly selected.



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