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Bouncer clone

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c. 32 BBY[2]


Human (clone)[1]




1.83 meters[1]

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Pastil Station Unit


Clone Wars

"What do you think, Stripe? They do this at every inspection."
"Don't ask stupid questions, Bouncer.
―Stripe and Bouncer
This is a Class 3 article.

Bouncer was a clone trooper that served in the Grand Army of the Republic.


The trooper was born in 32 BBY on the planet of Kamino.[1][2] Bouncer received basic training and upon graduation, was sent to Pastil, where he was stationed for the first year of the war.

Bouncer and his unit were stationed at a local tracking station on the planet of Pastil,[3] where his job was to help manage the listening post.[4] In 22 BBY,[5] during a routine inspection, Commander Cody and Captain Rex came in to check on the base that Bouncer and his unit were maintaining. The troopers told Rex and Cody about a MSE-series droid, nicknamed "Rodent", that assisted with maintenance.[4] Stripe, Bouncer's comrade, told the two that Rodent was very insistence on keeping the base tidy.

Upon hearing this, the two realized that the droid was a Separatist spy, with cleaning the base as a cover to learn of it's secrets. The clones issued a Code Aurek alert and ordered the troopers to find Rodent.[4] During the search, Bouncer inquired whether the officers randomly hunted mouse droids. Stripe, however, reprimanded him.[4] The clones finally found the droid, but it attempted to escape. Stripe was able to destroy it, with a V-1 thermal detonator, damaging part of the station in the process. Rex and Cody then went on their way to their next inspection to Rishi,[6] leaving Bouncer, Stripe and the remaining rookies to repair the base.[4] With the destruction of Rodent, the Pastil outpost safely continued its operation.

Personality and Traits[]

Bouncer questioned whether their officers did this during every inspection, which Stripe considered to be stupid.[4] He also possessed the same the physical traits as Jango Fett, such as the height of 1.83 meters, black hair and brown eyes.[1]


  • The Clone Wars: Mouse Hunt


  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 1.6 1.7 DB Clone Troopers in the Databank (backup link)
  2. 2.0 2.1 See Regulation 4, Clone Trooper Birth Date
  3. The Clone Wars Episode Guide: Rookies
  4. 4.0 4.1 4.2 4.3 4.4 4.5 The Clone Wars: Mouse Hunt
  5. The Essential Guide to Warfare dates The Clone Wars film to 22 BBY, while also dating The Clone Wars: Secret Missions 4: Guardians of the Chiss Key- which takes place after "The Gungan General" - to 22 BBY. Since the Chronological placement of the episode "Rookies" after the film and "The Gungan General", placing it in 22 BBY. Mouse Hunt takes places directly before "Rookies", therefore also placing it in 22 BBY.
  6. CW Star Wars: The Clone Wars – "Rookies"