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Star Wars
    The Clone Wars


See also: Clone Trooper





[List of appearances]

Boil is a Clone Trooper that appears as a playable character in LEGO Star Wars III: The Clone Wars.



Boil has standard Clone Trooper leg and torso pieces, but has a helmet unique to his character. This helmet features orange 212th Attack Battalion markings above and on each side of the visor, and an inverted red traingle at the bottom of the crest. The helmet also has a black symbol on the top left-hand side.

In LEGO Star Wars III: The Clone Wars, Boil is armed with a blaster, and in most situations has the ability to jump, throw EMP grenades, grapple, and interact with Clone Trooper and Senate Commando panels.


Boil was a clone trooper during the Clone Wars and a member of Ghost Company, which was led by General Kenobi and Commander Cody. During the Battle of Ryloth, Ghost Company was tasked with destroying a set of Separatist cannons which were preventing the bulk of the Republic forces from landing. After fighting their way through Separatist forces, the Company arrived in the deserted city of Nabat. Boil and Waxer were tasked by Cody to scout the area, when they came across a Twi'Lek girl, Numa, when they came under attack from creatures released by the Separatists. Numa led Waxer and Boil into a set of underground tunnels to escape, and they soon met up with the rest of the unit. Kenobi, after talking with Numa, learned that a series of tunnels could lead to the cannons and captured Twi'Leks. After the cannons were successfully destroyed, the Republic then moved in to liberate the rest of the planet.

Boil participated in the Second Battle of Geonosis, and later during the Battle of Kiros where he was also involved in eliminating remaining Separatist forces after the main battle concluded.


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