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Star Wars Republic Commando Minifigs
Because Clones have more personality!
About this creation
NOTE: All minifigs shone here were made using custom-designed decals (stickers). I now offer a printing service for my decals at my website shop!


First posted 6/11/2008



These minifigs were made by request. I've never actually played the game
Star Wars: Republic Commando, because it came out after the time
when my interest in Star Wars began to wane due to the Prequels (around
the release of Episode II). So you'll have to pardon me if I get some
information wrong or if I took a few artistic liberties with the character
designs.






The Clone Commandos. From left to right, they are: RC-1207 ("Delta 07" or
"Sev"), RC-1138 ("Delta 38" or "Boss"), RC-1140 ("Delta 40" or "Fixer"),
and RC-1262 ("Delta 62" or "Scorch"). Or at least these are their names
according to Wikipedia. I wouldn't know. Exactly how clones of the same
person who are all raised and trained in the same facility come out with
different names, voices, and personalities is beyond me. That's one of the
unanswered "mysteries" of Star Wars, I suppose.






The main difference you'll notice from their appearances in the game is
that they look more like traditional Clone Troopers, with the belts of
gear, stomach details, and fins on top of their helmets. I think it makes
them look more like "if the Clone Commandos had been in the movies, this
is what they might have looked like. Although I lost the fat
shoulders from the game, I did use the huge "pistols" from the Batman sets for the guns
to keep the fat weapons look... even though I don't really like it. *shrug* The blue visors would probably have been better
accomplished with trans-light-blue heads, but since I couldn't find any...






One notable difference I did keep was the backpacks. I'm not sure what the
big tube things are on top of the grey (Scorch? Fixer? Something...) guy's
backpack are, but they're there in all the pictures I saw. So yeah.



Well, that's it for the Clone Commandos. I actually had more fun making
them than I thought I would. Enjoy!

NOTE: All minifigs shone here were made using custom-designed decals (stickers). I now offer a printing service for my decals at my website shop!




Comments

 I like it 
  October 2, 2012
Its okay, but SHAVE OF THE FIN! It makes it look kinda bad withought the fin shaved of.
 I like it 
  January 29, 2011
cool 5/5
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  December 15, 2010
i love these guys
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  November 30, 2010
@chris wilett: Everything was done precisely with decals. Although not perfectly game-accurate, I would still definitely buy these if they were for sale. The accuracy and precision of the decals, the effort put into them, all make up for the "artist's liberty" in their design.
 I like it 
  August 10, 2010
did u paint on the helmets
 I like it 
  August 4, 2010
These are the best Commandos I have seen. I think you should make more creations from the game.
 I made it 
  August 2, 2010
Thanks for the comments, everyone!
Quoting Jonathan Thomas Great to see you back with some new creations. Great work on the decals you never cease to amaze with them. Are we going to see any Assassins Creed 2 builds in future
Absolutely! I'm working on some Assassin's Creed 2 stuff right after I post my new Mass Effect 2 minifigs. The Ezio minifig is already on my personal website, saber-scorpion.com
 I like it 
  August 1, 2010
No hank, the "back packs" contain food and ammo and other stuff for long missions.
 I like it 
  August 1, 2010
the backpacks are personal shields.
 I like it 
  August 1, 2010
Great game, but the books are better.
Justin Saber-Scorpion Stebbins
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Mister Sidewinder
  July 31, 2010
My god, Your a god!!!! If you go onto Mocpages.com and type in Clone-Commando, you basically get the worst possible clones ever, glad to see your back to putting them to shame, Bravo man, Bravo.
 I like it 
  July 31, 2010
the fins need to be cut off the top of the helmets, but other than that this is pretty accurate. and also the clones have different personalities because they had different training sergaents.
 I like it 
  July 31, 2010
Nice job! To answer your question about the personality thing, all the commandos had different training officers or whatever.
  July 31, 2010
Man, these figs are just as awesome as they were when you first posted them on your site… (Which was pretty awesome.) I actually swallowed my distain for clones, just long enough to play that game once through both the Xbox and the PC versions... meh... its story was actually somewhat interesting. And 'Scorch' was voiced by Raphael Sbarge (The dude who voiced Carth Onasi in “Star Wars Knights of the Old Republic” [I and II], which is one of my favorite video games ever…) So it wasn’t that bad of a game! But I must say, your mini-figs resemble the characters insanely well. Great customizing!
  July 31, 2010
Great to see you back with some new creations. Great work on the decals you never cease to amaze with them. Are we going to see any Assassins Creed 2 builds in future
 I made it 
  July 31, 2010
Yeah, I just noticed it wasn't up here... I'll be adding an actually NEW creation soon: Mass Effect 2 characters. :)
 I like it 
  July 31, 2010
i've already seen these on you're website, why did it take you so long to post them here? i like em
 
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