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Clone Trooper Elite Legions 1
This is a collection of clone troopers from differant legions and divisions. In image 1,(left-right) Homeworld Security Shock Trooper: They are lead by Commander Thire to protect Courascant and uphold the law, 327th Star Corps: They are lead by Commander Bly in many battles around the galaxy, 501st Legion Trooper: They are lead by Commander Appo mostly on Courascant, but divisions of it fight everywhere. In image 2,(left-right) An ARC Trooper from Muunilist 10 they are lead by ARC Captain Fordo ( not to be confused with ARC Captain Ordo) in small but important battles all over the galaxy, Hawkbat Battalion Trooper: They first saw action in the Battle of Geonosis where they fought heavy opposition. Commander Deviss was once part of this battalion, Clone Trooper Pilot: Pilots were mainly used with Republic Gunships and large vihicles. This is the Phase 1 version seen on Geonosis. In Image 3 (left-right)Galactic Marine Trooper: These troops fought in wet and cold battlegrounds and had special armor to suit their needs. They were lead by Commander Bacara, 41st Elite Legion trooper: They were lead by Commander Gree in many exotic worlds. This is what they look like without the camo paintjob, Sky Corps Trooper: They were all equiped with a jet pack and EMP lanncher (usually). They were in fact their own legion, though many other legions had troops similar to their's. In image 4, (left-right) Clone Assassin: Assassins made use of vibroblades instead of blasters and were immune to Force maind tricks. Almost all were killed by Obi Wan and Yoda during their attack on the clones in the Jedi Temple, Parjai Squad Paratrooper: In mando'a (mandalorian languan) Parjai means victory. They had special helmets and armor to withstand high drops and were common in the Battle of Utapau, Clone Sharpshooter: They used DC-15x sniper rifles to eliminate targets from long distance and were in many legions because they were so useful. They had many special tools to help them fight at long- (or if needed) short-distance. Keep your eye out for more Clone Trooper Elite Legions from me!
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  March 27, 2011
how do you print these out? Their awsome!
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  June 14, 2009
Quoting Mr Blastum may i use these in a video on youtube?? I will give you full credit
sure thing, I don't mind as long as you remember to give credit.
  June 13, 2009
may i use these in a video on youtube?? I will give you full credit
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  February 7, 2009
Wow these are awsome you ispired me to make some of my own decals Thanks!
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  January 22, 2009
i made them on MS paint.
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  January 22, 2009
how did u get these? they rock!
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  January 16, 2009
that is okay if you use them.
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  January 16, 2009
This is great. is it alright if i use the first three, i will give you full credit of course you probs see your decals on my Commander bly. Thank you
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  December 19, 2008
love em, there sweet, mind if i use em.
Josh L.
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  November 10, 2008
Hey these are good!! Can you please tell me how to make decals or how to print these ( what size that kind of stuff)? It would be greatly appreciated.
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  September 7, 2008
Wow lease are great!!best decals ive seen so far no joke.=D
 
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