Haikuesday: Clone Troopers

The Muunilist 10
Advanced Recon Commandos
Captain Fordo’s squad


Clone Wars – Chapter 8
Kenobi strikes with a clone
Lancer Battalion.


Boss, Fixer, Sev, Scorch
From Republic Commando.
It’s a damn fun game.


Four Clone Commandos –
Niner, Fi, Atin, Darman
They show True Colors.


A different Niner
was killed on Vassek’s third moon
hunting down Gunray.


The best of the best.
Captain Rex is loyal to
his men and Sky Guy.


Commander Cody.
Leading the 7th Sky Corps
through numerous fights.


The Gauntlet of Death.
Clone sniper Cooker targets
power cells of droids.


Hevy’s sacrifice.
Kamino is protected
thanks to his actions.


Clone Captain Keeli
spends his last moments standing
with Ima-Gun Di.


Clone Commander Bly.
Secura’s loyal trooper.
He helps to kill her.


Fodder for the plot.
Cameron, Lucky, and Flash
are expendable.


The Clone Wars series
is really good at killing
lots of unnamed clones.


Duplicitous clone!
Sergeant Slick betrays his men
at First Christophsis.


Storm over Ryloth.
Clone Pilot Axe dies in his
V-19 Torrent.


“I guess we’re the best.”
Two clones scout a Twi’lek town.
Waxer and Boil.


Boil’s Fu Manchu
is absolutely stunning.
You can’t deny it.


The Battle of Khorm.
Wolffe loses his right eye in
a fight with Ventress.


Name is Cut Lawquane.
Deserted the army but
found a family.


Clone Commander Ponds.
Executed on Slave I
after his capture.


Landmine explosion.
“Oz is down. So is Ringo.”
Umbaran Darkness.


Hyper-active clone.
Hardcase is just a bit off.
It makes him unique.


Battle of Sarrish.
Gregor missing in action.
Found on Abafar.


Clone Commander Doom.
Designed as an homage to
Marvel’s Doctor Doom.


Turning on Tiplar.
“Good soldiers follow orders.”
Tup’s bio-chip fails.


ARC Trooper named Fives
discovers bio-chip truth:
To kill the Jedi.


Clone Medic Kix was
captured, frozen in stasis 
for next fifty years.


Clone Force 99.
Also known as the “Bad Batch.”
“they’re defective clones.”


ARC Trooper Echo.
Believed to be KIA.
But he was captured.


13th Battalion.
Led by Master Tapal and
Padawan Kestis.


“Time for you to leave,”
Appo tells Bail Organa.
Then wounded by Zett.


Clone Commander Gree.
Yoda cuts off the clone’s head.
Then makes his escape.


The Coruscant Guard.
Led by Clone Commander Fox.
Darth Vader kills him.


Check out these other Haikuesday 2.0 posts:

Imperial Atrocities

Luke Skywalker (ANH)

Luke Skywalker (ESB)

Luke Skywalker (ROTJ)

Dark Lords of the Sith

Star Wars Planets

The Great Jedi Purge

Star Wars Aliens

 

11 comments

  1. I didn’t know about the Doctor Doom homage! Was that something I missed in the Clone Wars series or are they from the new season I haven’t watched yet? I can’t imagine how I missed that. Because looking him up, yeah, it’s a pretty obvious parallel. Also, is Clone Commander Doom a bad guy?? Because Doctor Doom is (most often, outside of a brilliant redemption arc written by Brian Michael Bendis and then ignored by every other writer Marvel has) kind of the worst so I’m wondering how far the homage goes.

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    1. Commander Doom appears in “The Unknown”, the first episode of season 6. He serves with Tiplee and Tiplar, and is present when Tup executes Tiplar. They don’t actually name drop him in the episode, but the armor obviously hints at the homage. And then, after the episode aired, they confirmed his name in the episode guide.

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      1. Oooooooh, okay, gotcha. I clearly wasn’t watching close enough. Although, in my defense, some HEAVY $#!T goes down in that episode so I think I might…uh, yep, yeah…I just forgave myself for the oversight.

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  2. Fun, It.

    On Tue, Apr 7, 2020 at 6:30 AM The Imperial Talker wrote:

    > Imperial Talker posted: “The Muunilist 10 Advanced Recon Commandos Captain > Fordo’s squad Clone Wars – Chapter 8 Kenobi strikes with a clone Lancer > Battalion. Boss, Fixer, Sev, Scorch From Republic Commando. It’s a damn fun > game. Four Clone Commandos – Niner, Fi, Atin, Da” >

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