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Battle of SaleucamiEdit
In 22 BBY, Kix was involved in a mission on the planet Saleucami to capture General Grievous, under the command of Jedi Obi-Wan Kenobi. Kix, Jesse, Hardcase and Captain Rex searched on BARC speeders for escape pods which left from Grievous' ship. Two commando droids spotted the small group and took a pot shot, hitting Rex in the chest. Kix, Jesse, and Hardcase took Rex to a nearby farm for him to heal, while the troops returned to Kenobi.
Battle of UmbaraEdit
On the mission to Umbara, Kix served as a medic during the battle, first under the command of Jedi Anakin Skywalker, and then Pong Krell, after Anakin had to return to Coruscant. While going to the capital city of Umbaran, Kix noticed that the troopers looked tired and notified Rex of this. Rex informed Krell, but Krell told him that the clone troopers needed no rest and continued with his plan. Under Krell's command, many clones died. Kix tried his best to take care of the injured troopers and stated that Krell's plan would cause too many deaths. Rex told Kix that he could help the wounded later, with Kix replying that Rex sounded just like General Krell.
Battle of KirosEdit
Kix was later sent to Kiros after the governor Roshti decided to make a deal with Count Dooku. With troopers making their way to the headquarter, Darts D'Nar planted bombs around the city. To prove that he was not bluffing and was serious, D'Nar ordered his tactical droid to activate one of the bombs, which was located near a Republic encampment, injuring clone troopers, which Kix tended to.
Battle of Ringo VindaEdit
Around 20 BBY, a battle occurred around Ringo Vinda. The Republic forces attempted to break through the Separatist blockade by securing the space station surrounding the planet. The Republic task force consisted of the 501st Legion led by Jedi General Anakin Skywalker and a unit led by Jedi Generals Tiplar and Tiplee. The traveled through the space station, suffering a high number of casualties, but nevertheless breaking through.
While fighting, Kix's fellow comrade Tup suddenly approached General Tiplar and shot her at point blank. This action disrupted the Republic assault, and they retreated back to a safe point. Kix, being a medic, was assigned to examine Tup and figure out what happened. While giving a report to General Skywalker, Kix announced he didn't look too good, and was in a trance. Suddenly, Tup attacked General Tiplee, but was held at bay by the force. The troops were then transported off the station onto a ship.
On the ship, Tup was brought into a medical bay with Kix and a 2-1B medical droid, where he came back to his senses. He found that he had murdered his general, which he had no recollection of, and freaked out, forcing the medical droid to drug him and make him unconscious. Kix told his commanding officers that after doing a full scan, he could find nothing wrong with him. It was then decided that Tup would be transported back to Kamino with Fives, where the Kaminoans would do full-length scans and figure out the problem.
It was later found out that Tup had an inhibitor chip inside that had malfunctioned, discovered by ARC trooper Fives. He went and spoke directly to Chancellor Palpatine about the matter in a Republic medical facility on Coruscant. However, he was accused of attempting to kill him, and escaped as a fugitive. Fives, wanting to get out the information, went into a clone bar named 79's and approached Kix in the restroom. He told him to inform General Skywalker and Captain Rex that he had found something and to find him at a certain location in the Coruscant Underground. Kix came through and did so, as the general and captain met him. Unfortunately, Fives was killed when shot by Commander Fox for attempting to kill the Chancellor, who had revealed his plan in an attempt to provoke a rash action from Fives.
Battle for AnaxesEdit
Kix, along with the 501st Legion fought in the Battle for Anaxes and Kix and ARC trooper Jesse was recruited by Rex while Cody recruited Clone Force 99 to go behind enemy lines while on there ride to Cyber Center their Gunship was shot down and Cody was injured. Kix would stay with Cody while Rex, Jesse and the Bad Batch complete the mission.
30 years after the Battle of EndorEdit
Kix was alive sometime 30 years after the Battle of Endor. The trooper was awoken by a crew of Pirates, known as the Meson Martinet. It would be revealed that Kix was kidnapped by the Separatists. The ship would crash on a planet, where the droids' power cells would drain, leaving Kix suspended in a stasis pod until the pirates discovered him. After he was rescued by the pirates, Kix would join them.
Armor and EquipmentEditKix initially wore Phase I clone trooper armor with customized blue markings due to affiliation within the 501st Legion. His armor continued to bear a custom blue design after the transition to Phase II, and his left shoulder plate bore the red sigil to indicate his medical affiliation. He carried bacta patches, a laser cauterizer and other medical supplies within his backpack, which was also marked with the red sigil. He used a DC-15s blaster rifle in combat.
Personality and Traits Edit
Since Kix was a medic, he had a very bonding trait which came in handy when helping troopers with their wounds. Like all clone troopers, Kix was a human clone of Jango Fett, a Mandalorian bounty hunter. He has tattoos on the side of his face that read "A GOOD DROID IS A DEAD ONE" in Aurebesh characters. Later his hair covered the tattoo.
- Star Wars: The Clone Wars – "The Deserter" (First appearance)
- "Speaking Silently" - Star Wars Insider 139
- Star Wars: The Clone Wars – "Darkness on Umbara"
- Star Wars: The Clone Wars – "The General"
- Star Wars: Clone Wars Adventures – "Battle of Umbara"
- Star Wars: The Clone Wars – "Plan of Dissent"
- Star Wars: The Clone Wars – "Carnage of Krell"
- Star Wars: The Clone Wars – "Kidnapped"
- Star Wars: The Clone Wars – "The Unknown"
- Star Wars: The Clone Wars – "Conspiracy" (Appears in flashbacks)
- Star Wars: The Clone Wars – "Orders"
- Star Wars: The Clone Wars – "The Bad Batch"
- Star Wars: The Clone Wars – "A Distant Echo" (Appears in flashbacks)
- "The Crimson Corsair and the Lost Treasure of Count Dooku" - Tales from a Galaxy Far, Far Away: Aliens: Volume I (First identified as CT-6116)
- Star Wars Adventures Ashcan
Mission to Kiros
Capture by the Separatists
Joining the Crimson Corsair