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The clone troopers of the Grand Army of the Republic are soldiers in the Star Wars universe, cloned from Jango Fett, a Mandalorian bounty hunter. They first appeared in Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones, and returned in Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith where they were played primarily by Temuera Morrison. In the two Clone Wars animated TV shows, they are voiced by Andre Sogliuzzo and Dee Bradley Baker.
Clone troopers comprised the bulk of the Army of the Republic during the Clone Wars. They are depicted as the main part of the armed forces of the Galactic Republic in its final years, becoming one of the largest armies ever assembled, only surpassed by the Separatist Droid Army. Nearing the end of the clone wars, they were ordered to slay the Jedi. This famous Jedi purge was known as ‘Order 66’. After the Clone Wars, they served as the nucleus for the armed forces of the Galactic Empire, eventually becoming the Imperial Stormtroopers.
Note: – All armor should be matte white or satin white (NO GLOSS). – Armor does not have to be weathered. If weathering is preferred, black wash is an example of an acceptable weathering technique. – No obvious, visible rivets. RECOMMENDED OPTIONAL
These costume elements are in addition to the required list of costume parts and are optional. This list provides costuming options that increase the level of accuracy of the costume and give a costumer ideas to consider for improvement.
Elements listed as acceptable here may not be traditionally associated with a costume, but are not so unreasonable as to detract from it. Please keep in mind that the following items may not be allowed at certain canon/high profile appearances.
Note: – All armor should be matte white or satin white (NO GLOSS). – Armor does not have to be weathered. If weathering is preferred, black wash is an example of an acceptable weathering technique. – No obvious, visible rivets.