Posted on

good clones

Talk about a friendship like no other, Commander Bly and Aala Secura were a dynamic duo during the Clone Wars. The two embarked and emerged successful in their campaigns on Felucia. Prior to this, Bly was an ARC trooper and was one of the first to be made a Commander.

His helmet says it all, Commander Grey was one of the many high ranking troopers to turn on their Jedi generals during Order 66. However, Grey’s story is one of redemption as he ensured no more Jedi would die at his hand.
Ponds was one of the most selfless commanders, opting to stay aboard the cruiser Endurance before it’s inevitable demise. He met his unfortunate demise in Slave I, executed by Aura Sing.

The clones from Star Wars were some of the best characters in the universe. We’re ranking the best clone commanders from The Clone Wars!
Boasting without a doubt the most stylish armor, Commander Wolffe was one of the most intelligent clone commanders in the Republic’s army. A mind for strategy, Wolffe’s mind was like a never-ending game of chess as he was always one step ahead of his enemy.
His leadership capabilities made him the perfect candidate for a promotion. His friendship with Aalya Secura came to a bitter end, shooting her in the back on Felucia as a result of Order 66.
Seen in Revenge of the Sith on his speeder during Order 66, Commander Neyo shared similar personality traits to Bacara as a cold-hearted soldier. However, before this Neyo employed the help of a Droid to join his D-Squad.
His knack for anticipation was praised and valued by both Jedi Commander Plo Koon and his famed Wolfpack Squadron. On top of that, he’s one of the few clones to use a cybernetic eye, having lost his real one to Asajj Ventress.

The green-colored Commander Gree was the clone commander to Yoda, who foolishly attempted to kill him during Order 66. Gree was all about loyalty, and honorably turned down a tempting offer form Nute Gunray’s bribe without hesitancy.

The clones from Star Wars were some of the best characters in the universe. We’re ranking the best clone commanders from The Clone Wars!

Good clones

Memorable quote: “I don’t believe in chance, Commander. I know if we work together, we will stay alive, and someone will find us.”

If you could hand out medals to clone troopers to recognize their service, who would you give them to? For the sake of this exercise, let’s pretend Order 66 hasn’t happened yet.
Hevy
Hevy received his nickname because he was a heavy weapons expert. He was hotheaded and impatient but showed his true mettle in acts of kindness. In a gentle moment, he gave Clone 99 his graduation medal. And he sacrificed himself in order to destroy the listening post at Rishi Station to protect the Republic.

After Order 66, the clones perished and were eventually replaced by stormtroopers that the Empire recruited from around the galaxy. But before Sheev Palpatine’s Order 66 programming kicked in, the clone troopers stood by the Jedi and became their friends. They were brave and selfless, especially so when you consider they didn’t really have a choice about heading into battle. To honor their service, let’s look back at some of the clone troopers we got to know in The Clone Wars.
Dogma
Dogma was first and foremost a soldier. The relatively young clone was all about bowing to authority, and while listening to your commanding officer can be a positive thing, doing so without question isn’t. He was so obedient to the twisted Jedi Pong Krell that he sided with Krell over the rest of the 501st Legion. He did end up seeing the truth, eventually, and killed Krell.
Memorable quote: “Hey, ugly! Come and get me!”
Memorable quote: “The remote isn’t working; I have to detonate it manually.”
Memorable quote: “No clone uses their number. I am Fives. Call me Fives.”

Wolffe
Clone Commander Wolffe is the very definition of seasoned veteran. Leader of the Wolfpack squad, Wolffe often served with Jedi General Plo Koon. He suffered the loss of his squadron and friends and later, his right eye. Despite all hard hits that Wolffe took — figuratively and literally — he continued to fight and lead.

Meet some of the bravest clone troopers from Star Wars: The Clone Wars!