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182nd Legion


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This is a Class 3 article.

Marrt was a clone trooper sergeant who served in the Grand Army of the Republic. Marrt was assigned to serve in the 182nd Legion and was given command of his own squad during the Clone Wars.


Marrt was born in 32 BBY on the water planet of Kamino,[2] cloned from the genetic template of infamous bounty hunter Jango Fett.[1] Marrt went through basic training and eventually graduated, with the rank of Sergeant. The trooper was given command of his own squad in the 182nd Legion.[3]

In between 22 BBY and 21 BBY,[4] Marrt was deployed to Belgaroth, with his squad. The unit was deployed to investigate rumors covertly of the Republic factory run by Czerka Corporation had been trading arms to the Separatists on the side.[3] Marrt was deployed alongside Chatter, Knuckles, and Recon. The unit landed outside the factory's field of view and began making their way toward the facility. Once they arrived, Marrt entered, while the rest of the unit remained outside.[3]

Marrt managed to find the weapon that the Separatists had been receiving from the factory - FEX-M3 nerve gas grenades - and managed to retrieve one. However, he was spotted, which led to Marrt and his squad to retreat into the swamp, while battle droids fired on their position. The squad managed to hide in the swamp from the battle droids but immediately heard some other noise. Recon, the squad's scout, was able to recognize that the noise was not battle droids and was something much bigger. However, quickly after this, a creature, known as the droidbreaker, emerged and sent Recon flying into a tree.[3]

Knuckles went to check on Recon, while Chatter and Marrt provided cover fire. Knuckles confirmed that Recon was dead, and Chatter followed suit quickly thereafter. Knuckles, enraged by his comrades' deaths, jumped on the creature and started punching it. Knuckles knew that he the two of them were not going to make it out, but while he distracted the creature, Marrt could escape. While Marrt escaped, Knuckles was killed in the onslaught. Marrt circled back around and used the grenade to kill the creature. Marrt would go on to bury his brothers and storm the factory on his own. Eventually, he managed to arrest Tarin.[3]

After Marrt evacuated from the planet, he was sent to the clone medical and rehabilitation facility on the planet Sacorria to undergo treatment for his injuries. Meanwhile, the Jedi interrogated Tarin and were unable to break him. Marrt requested a Jedi to speak to. Jedi General Kit Fisto and Jedi Commander Ahsoka Tano came to the planet, where Marrt gave them valuable intel from the heist on during the mission, which revealed two influential senators were in charge of shipping the arms to the Separatists.[3]

In 19 BBY, the 182nd Legion were deployed to the planet of Felucia and eventually went missing, with Marrt likely being deployed with the unit.[5]

Personality and Traits[]

Marrt like all clones of Jango Fett possessed similar attributes of the deceased bounty hunter, including his black hair and a height of 1.83 meters.[1] However, Marrt was gifted with the abnormality of having blue eyes,[3] similarly to Edge.[6]

Armor and Equipment[]

Marrt was equipped with Phase I clone trooper armor, which was marked with light red markings. He also possessed a DC-15S blaster carbine. He would wield a FEX-M5 nerve gas grenades, which killed a droidbreaker.[3]


  • "A Trooper's Tale" - Star Wars: The Clone Wars Comic UK 6.8


  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 Regulation 4, Clone Trooper Birth Date
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 3.3 3.4 3.5 3.6 3.7 "A Trooper's Tale" - Star Wars: The Clone Wars Comic UK 6.8
  4. In the framing story for A Trooper's Tale, Ahsoka Tano appears in her original costume from Star Wars: The Clone Wars, indicating that the comic takes place prior to the episode "Heroes on Both Sides," in which she receives a new outfit to signify the passage of time. "Heroes on Both Sides" can be dated to 21 BBY since it occurs between two episodes, "ARC Troopers" and "Pursuit of Peace," that are also placed in 21 BBY by two other sources: The Official Star Wars Fact File Part 62 (21 BBY 17–18, Defense of Kamino) and The Official Star Wars Fact File Part 7 (KAT2, King Katuunko), respectively. Therefore, A Trooper's Tale must take place after the beginning of the Clone Wars, which The New Essential Chronology dates to 22 BBY, but no later than 21 BBY, the date of "Heroes on Both Sides."
  5. Star Wars: Battlefront II
  6. CW Star Wars: The Clone Wars – "Brain Invaders"