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"Hey, Wolffe. Can you believe it?"
"The wolves! You got your Wolfpack back!"
"Yeah. They fight just like the boys."
―Gregor and Wolffe witness the Loth-wolves attacking stormtroopers — (audio) Listen (file info)[src]

The Wolfpack was a clone trooper squad in the 104th Battalion of the Grand Army of the Republic. They served under Jedi General Plo Koon and Clone Commander Wolffe during the Clone Wars between the Galactic Republic and the Confederacy of Independent Systems. Members included Boost, Sinker, and Comet.


Clone Wars[]

Wolffe led the Wolfpack during the Clone Wars.

The Wolfpack was a squad[1] of clone troopers in the 104th Battalion. The squad and its leadership, Jedi General Plo Koon and Clone Commander CC-3636 "Wolffe," served in battles like the Mission to Quarmendy,[4] Siege of Hisseen,[5] and Battle of Abregado, the latter of which saw heavy casualties for the 104th.[2] Wolffe and his troopers were later sent on a mercy mission to the world of Aleen.[6]


Wolffe and Gregor on Lothal.

In preparation for the Liberation of Lothal, the Spectres called among many of their old allies to assist in the planet's liberation from the Empire, and among these allies was Wolffe. During the liberation, the Clone Wars veteran fought alongside fellow clone troopers Clone Captain Rex and clone commando Gregor. When it appeared that the Empire had the Rebels corned, Ezra Bridger called upon a group of Loth-wolves to help against the stormtroopers. When Gregor witnessed the wolves attack, he stated that it reminded him of the clone troopers of the Wolfpack, and Wolffe agreed, saying that the wolves fought just like his former unit had.[7]

Around 9 ABY,[8] New Republic pilot Trapper Wolf wore the insignia of the Wolfpack on his flight helmet while pursuing the gunship Razor Crest in the atmosphere of Maldo Kreis for its involvement in freeing[9] the Twi'lek Qin,[10] a former prisoner aboard the New Republic Correctional Transport Bothan-5.[9]



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