Wolfpack Clone Trooper
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A Wolfpack Clone Trooper is a minifigure based on a Clone Trooper from the Wolfpack Squad in the Star Wars universe.
Description[edit | edit source]
The Wolfpack Clone Trooper has sand blue legs with a black hip joint, and has black and white printing on the upper portion of the legs to more accurately depict Wolfpack armor. The torso piece has the same printing as the standard The Clone Wars Clone Trooper, with additional sand blue printing at the top of the piece on both the front and back. The torso piece also has sand blue arms as opposed to the usual white. The head piece is also the same as any normal The Clone Wars trooper, and the helmet has the usual printing for the visor and other details. However, sand blue printing is once again used on this piece at the bottom, one sand blue shape on each side, and the logo of the Wolfpack printed above the visor, with further sand blue shapes around it. Towards the top of the crest of the helmet, a grey rectangle is also printed.
This trooper comes equipped with a blaster and a plain white jetpack piece.
Background[edit | edit source]
The Wolfpack was a Clone Trooper squad, a part of the 104th Battalion led by Jedi General Plo Koon and Commander Wolffe. The Wolfpack troopers originally wore armour with the Wolfpack insignia and distinctive dark red markings, however the markings were later changed to a grey-blue colour to honour a significant number of Wolfpack members who fell at the Battle of Abregado. Members of the Wolfpack participated in several missions throughout the Clone Wars, including the Battle of Felucia, the Battle of Khorm, and rescuing High Jedi General Mace Windu and Jedi General Anakin Skywalker on Vanqor.
Gallery of Variants[edit | edit source]
Notes[edit | edit source]
- The first variant's legs and torso are the same as Commander Wolffe's.
- On the back of the box of 7964 Republic Frigate it shows him with grey printing instead of Sand Blue.