See: Star Corps Trooper
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Commander Bly has the standard white legs with a black joint and plain black head piece. However, the torso piece has unique printing on the front and back to depict patterns commonly found on Star Corps armour. This includes a vertical yellow stripe going down the centre of the front of the torso and yellow printing on the belt. Also different from the standard Phase II Clone Trooper design is the grey strap printed on the front right-hand side of the torso, and black printing on the back of the torso piece at the top above the printed backplate. The helmet piece is of a standard Phase II Clone Trooper helmet mould, but has a yellow stripe going down the middle. Commander Bly comes equipped with twin grey revolvers and an orange and black pauldron made out of fabric.
Video game description
Bly's legs and torso are the same as the ones used for standard Clone Troopers in the game, except his arms are coloured yellow as opposed to white. Bly's helmet is also the same as a normal Clone Trooper helmet, apart from a strip of yellow which runs down the cetnre of the helmet, and entirely covers the helmet's crest. Commander Bly also wears a black pauldron of his left shoulder, and can also wear a grey rangefinder, which allows him to take command of groups of Clone Troopers in certain situations. In LEGO Star Wars III, Bly also has the ability to fire his blaster, jump, and interact with panels designated for Clone Troopers or Senate Commandos.
CC-5052, nicknamed Bly, was a clone marshal commander who led the 327th Star Corps with General Aayla Secura. Bly participated in several battles throughout the Clone Wars, including the battles of Maridun and Felucia. During the Battle of Felucia, Bly was contacted by Emperor Palpatine to execute Order 66, whereupon Bly proceeded to shoot Secura in the back, supported by repeated fire from other members of the Star Corps. Bly then went on to serve the Galactic Empire, at one point carrying out a mission with Darth Vader.
- The minifigure included in 7261 Clone Turbo Tank went unidentified for nine years, until he was finally identified as Commander Bly in a display at the 2014 Comic-Con International: San Diego.
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