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"They are coming. For all of you."

CX-1 was a clone trooper who had served in the Grand Army of the Republic during the Clone Wars. However, once the Galactic Republic was reorganized into the Galactic Empire, the trooper was enrolled in Imperial Doctor Royce Hemlock's experimental Clone X trooper division, being assigned to being a Clone assassin.


The clone trooper was born in 32 BBY, cloned from the genetic template of Mandalorian bounty hunter Jango Fett, on the planet of Kamino.[2][1] The trooper was deployed in the Grand Army of the Republic during the Clone Wars, surviving throughout the duration of the war. However, upon the end of the Clone Wars, the Galactic Republic was reorganized into the Galactic Empire by Emperor Sheev Palpatine. At some point following the Empire's organization, several clone troopers were thrust into an experimental division by Imperial Doctor Royce Hemlock. The program would erase any trace of who the trooper was previously, including their number from the records, as well as encouraging full devotion to the Empire, which CX-1 was involved in.[3]

In 18 BBY, CX-1 was deployed to the planet of Pantora, sent to assassinate former Separatist Senator Avi Singh. Singh was meeting secretly with Imperial Senator Riyo Chuchi, escorted and protected by members of the Clone Underground. While former Captain Rex escorted Singh to the meeting, the other members, former Captain Howzer, Samson, and Greer were set upon the perimeter.[4] Singh and Chuchi were discussing potential rebellion against the Empire, which CX-1 was sent to dissuade and quell. The assassin infiltrated the perimeter, killing Greer in the process. However, as he set up his rifle to execute the senators, Rex spotted the assassin and thwarted the attempt, which resulted in CX-1 dropping a thermal detonator to cover his escape. Rex returned the detonator through the vent, keeping the senators safe. While Rex and Samson pursued the assassin, Howzer pursued outside with a BARC speeder, eventually intercepting him and stunning CX-1. CX-1 was taken captive by the Clone Underground, who took the assassin back to their base at the B'omarr Monastery on Teth.[4]

As Rex and Howzer questioned the assassin, Fireball tore through the data included in his helmet, as well as removing the electro-shock capsule from his teeth. CX-1 would not answer any questioning by the two Captains until they called Clone Force 99 to the base, after discovering Omega on the assassin's bounty puck. When Clone Force 99 arrived, tensions rose, due to Crosshair's reprisal into the squad and Howzer's prior history with the sniper. Upon revealing to the squad of their captured assassin, Crosshair revealed that the trooper was apart of a specialized and experimental unit and that the assassins were tracked by alternate means that could not be detected by traditional scans. Crosshair revealed that he had been apart of this special unit but rejected the training. CX-1 had noted this training with Crosshair, slyly suggesting that Crosshair be interrogated for questioning. However, upon the interrogators departure from the interrogation room, CX-1 was executed by CX-2, who had tracked the assassin to Teth and began to wreak havoc on the base.[4]

Armor and Equipment[]

CX-1 was equipped with a specialized black armor with a pressurized helmet, similar to his predecessor, Clone X. The assassin was equipped with a unique sniper rifle as well as a Thermal detonator. CX-1's helmet was outfitted with a rangefinder. CX-1 was also given an electro-shock capsule that was removed by the Clone Underground.[4]


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  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 1.6 DB Clone Troopers in the Databank (backup link)
  2. 2.0 2.1 See Clone Wiki:Born
  3. Star Wars Bad Batch Star Wars: The Bad Batch – "The Clone Conspiracy"
  4. 4.0 4.1 4.2 4.3 Star Wars Bad Batch Star Wars: The Bad Batch – "Infilitration"