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CT-1477 was guarding a Republic cruiser's reactor, when Boba Fett was attempting to destroy the ship in order to kill Jedi General Mace Windu, as revenge for killing his father, Jango Fett. When Boba entered the reactor room the trooper spotted him and asked what he was doing. Boba replied that he was on a tour of the ship with the Clone Youth Brigade, and got lost, and just wanted to return to his company. So CT-1477 used his comlink to call another clone to escort Boba back to his group. While the trooper was calling for help, Boba saw his DC-15s, and asked if he could have a look at it, CT-1477 not suspecting anything, handed young Boba his blaster, and told him to keep the safety on, the moment the clone turned his head back to continue his comlink message, Boba hit him on the head, using the blaster as a club, CT-1477 turned around stunned, just to be hit again, and this time knocked to his knees. His helmet fell off, revealing his face, which Boba looked at for a moment, before aiming 1477's own blaster at him, about to shoot him. The clone begged for mercy, telling Boba that they were brothers, and he didn't have to do this. Boba simply replied that they were not brothers, and told the clone not to worry. He hesitated before shooting, which gave CT-1477 a chance to get back on his feet, in self defense he knocked Boba to the ground, however Boba picked up the stolen DC-15a, and shot CT-1477, however the blaster was set on stun, so it just knocked the trooper unconscious, Boba then switched the blaster off of stun mode, in order to shoot the reactor, which short-circuited it.
Armor and EquipmentEdit
CT-1477 had standard clone trooper armor, which was issued to every Private and Corporal in the ranks of GAR, it was all white, except for a black visor, which was used to see out of, while covering the entire face from sight.