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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!
The clones from Star Wars were some of the best characters in the universe as they battled the separatist’s army. Whether on the ground or in space these fierce warriors always got the job done. The Clone Wars animated series took them a step further, adding life and color with many having unique attitudes and characteristics.
Looking specifically at the Clone commanders, these guys not only sported some of the coolest armor designs but endured the worst of the Clone Wars, fighting in countless battles and losing hundreds of soldiers. With that, here are the top 10 clone commanders from Star Wars: The Clone Wars.
Serving under Mace Windu, Commander Ponds specialized in military reconnaissance and even arranged the special commando units at the Battle of Geonosis. In fact, Ponds made his big-screen debut in Attack of the Clones at the battle of Geonosis. Though unidentified at the time, Ponds was the trooper with a hue of yellow on his armor to indicate his status as a commander.
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.
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 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.
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.
After killing his Jedi General, Depa Billaba, he continued to hunt for her padawan. Grey eventually found her apprentice, Caleb Dume, but had realized the corruption behind the Republic and sacrificed himself to ensure the young padawans escape.
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.
He abided by the clone code and was the best solider a general could ask for, obeying commands without delay. However, his duty was the death of him as he failed to realize the wrongdoing in Order 66. Why would you try to and turn against the greatest Jedi in the galaxy?
A member of the Shock Trooper squad, Fox was a member of the Coruscant guard tasked with protecting Supreme Chancellor Palpatine. Fox’s job was one of the most important, which earned him the label as one of the most respected clone troopers in the Republic.
Like Commander Gree, Fox was loyal to the bone and had Ahsoka Tano arrested as a suspect in the murder of Letta Turrmond. His sense of duty continued on after Order 66, serving Lord Vader as a Shock Trooper whose street patrols instilled fear into citizens.