History Characters / StarWarsTheCloneWarsBountyHunters

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This is the character page for {{Bounty Hunter}}s. For other characters, see the main index [[Characters/StarWarsTheCloneWars here]].

!! Cad Bane
[[quoteright:251:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/Cad_Bane_pic_to_use_2_2041.jpg]]
[[caption-width-right:251:"I'm in control. I make the rules now."]]
--> Voiced by: Creator/CoreyBurton

This Duros became the top hired gun in the galaxy after the death of Jango Fett. He'll take any job... for the right price.

* TheAce: Of the Bounty Hunters.
* AxCrazy: Downplayed. He's more ruthless than crazy.
* {{Badass}}: Regularly takes on Jedi Knights without the aid of the Force, and more often than not the least he manages is to escape them unharmed.
* BadassLongcoat: He sports a very spiffy trench coat.
* BadassNormal: He doesn't have any superhuman powers or abilities and still holds his own against Jedi.
* BadBoss: He sacrificed his little helper droid during a raid on the Jedi temple, using him as an unwitting suicide bomber.
* BaldOfEvil: Although Duros are bald by default.
* BloodKnight: Cad Bane has a tendency to laugh and smile while blasting everyone dead.
* CombatPragmatist: The key to how he holds his own against Jedi Knights.
* ComicBookFantasyCasting:
** He was based on Creator/LeeVanCleef.
** Voice-wise, Creator/CoreyBurton based it on Peter Lorre and fellow voice actor Creator/LanceHenriksen.
* ConsummateLiar
* CrazyPrepared: His assault on the Galactic Senate is proof enough of this.
* DangerouslyGenreSavvy
* DeadpanSnarker
* TheDreaded
* EstablishingCharacterMoment: In his debut episode, he and his team effortlessly infiltrates the Senate, and takes numerous Senators hostages. When he declares them to be his prisoners, one of the Senators states that he won't tolerate this "insolence", and walks past him, trying to leave. Bane promptly shoots him InTheBack, without even turning to look.
* EvenEvilHasStandards: He saves Rako Hardeen from dying in "The Box", but only because Moralo Eval fixed the last challenge so he would lose and Bane thought Hardeen at least deserved a fair fight.
-->'''Cad Bane:''' If you're gonna kill him, do it like a man!
* FauxAffablyEvil: He sometimes acts like this, such as when he takes over the Senate. He's initially very calm and polite to his victims before murdering one of them off-handedly,
* GunsAkimbo: His (initial) weapons of choice.
* IndyPloy: Master practitioner of it, alongside XanatosSpeedChess.
* [[JetPack Jet Boots]]
* KarmaHoudini: He tends to finish jobs without suffering any comeuppance and even when he does get captured, it's not for very long. When it seemed he landed in prison, it turns out he deliberately did so as part of another job, and it's implied that he's been imprisoned and [[CardboardPrison has broken out before]]. Even with his last appearance being arrested on-screen, it's unlikely he stayed captured after that and there were plans to have him in a future story arc that didn't get aired due to the series' cancellation.
* KnightOfCerebus: His debut episode "Hostage Crisis" marks the first point when the series became DarkerAndEdgier.
* LivingLegend: Count Dooku once gathered all the greatest bounty hunters together and introduced them with their name, any titles they had, some claim to fame, etc. When he came to Cad Bane, he simply says "Cad Bane, who needs no introduction."
* MonochromaticEyes: His eyes are [[RedEyesTakeWarning solid red]]
* NiceHat: A broad-rimmed fedora. Taken to extremes later on, where he insists on getting a new nice hat after losing his first one even though it makes him stand out, then ''kills'' another bounty hunter for his fedora because he thought it was nicer.
* OnlyInItForTheMoney
-->'''Cad Bane''': Makes no difference to me, so long as I get paid.
* OralFixation: The creators even discuss how well having a toothpick works for him on the DVD feature about the Rako Hardeen arc. He also threatened to slit someone's throat with said toothpick.
* PragmaticVillainy: He will promptly retreat when there's nothing to win. No need for pointless antagonizing.
* PsychoForHire
--> '''Cad Bane:''' ''(after finding [[spoiler: Ziro the Hutt's]] corpse)'' I hate it when someone does my job.
* RefugeInAudacity: The trick he used to kidnap the Rodian infant in "Children of the Force": he disguised himself as a Jedi, and claimed he had to take the child from her mother, because "impostors" posing as Jedi had been kidnapping other children!
* SadisticChoice: One of his tactics for getting the upper hand on Jedi.
* SmugSnake: PlayedWith. Despite being extremely smug, he lacks the usual incompetence of a SmugSnake and is one of the most competent villains on the show. This might be an additional result of being DangerouslyGenreSavvy.
* TheStrategist: [[TheAce Part of what makes him so good at his job]] is that he attempts to plan for almost every possible eventuality. While he is also excellent at XanatosSpeedChess, he prefers to not have to resort to it.
* SuperWristGadget: Part of his original arsenal was a box on his wrist, that worked as a communicator, a taser, a multifunction remote control, a flamethrower and somesort of pistol. After breaking Moralo Eval out of prison, he acquired another, bit tamer version, that sprayed stungas to his opponent's face, and also worked as a [[GrapplingHookPistol grappling-cabel-launcher]].
* TheSociopath: High-functioning enough so that it doesn't get in the way of his work, but he is most definitely one of these.
* TheUnfettered: Once Bane has taken a job, he will do ''anything'' to fulfill it, and by extension, get his payday.
* [[HeroicWillpower Villainous Willpower]]: He's so strong willed, he was able to resist a JediMindTrick simultaneously attempted by Windu, Obi-Wan and Anakin. Subverted in that, afterwards he chose to comply with their demand, rather than having to endure the experience again.
* WouldHurtAChild: His only response to Darth Sidious hiring him to kidnap innocent children was to remark that the crime seemed "small time" for [[BigBad the likes of Sidious]], and that it made no difference to him as long as he was paid for it.
* XanatosSpeedChess: He's proven to be very capable at modifying his plans on the fly.

!! Todo 360
-->Voiced by: Creator/SethGreen

Cad Bane's techno-service droid and an excellent hacker. He does not like it when he's treated like or called a "butler droid". Bane used him as an unwitting suicide bomber during his infiltration of the Jedi Temple, but the Jedi rebuilt him to get information out of him and he found his way back to his master.

* AffablyEvil: He's very polite most of the time and quite proud of his function as a techno-service droid.
* AllThereInTheManual: Supplementary material states that the Jedi rebuilt him after he was used as a bomb to get information out of him. He didn't tell them anything and he left.
* BatmanGambit: In "Evil Plans", he was able to bait [=R2-D2=] out of hiding by claiming that he would dismantle [=C-3PO=] himself.
* ButtMonkey: Particularly in "Holocron Heist", where he does not get even a little respect from both Cad Bane and Cato Parasitti. See also WhyAmITicking
* DeadpanSnarker: "Everyone's in a good mood today."
* EvilCounterpart: Possibly to [=C-3PO=].
* HaveIMentionedIAmADwarfToday: "I am a techno-service droid, not a butler droid!"
* [[JetPack Jet Feet]]
* NotSoHarmlessVillain: In "Holocron Heist", he was a ButtMonkey for the most part. In the Ziro the Hutt arc, he is both successful in being able to capture[=C-3PO=] and [=R2-D2=] and assists Cad Bane a bit in his duel with Obi-Wan Kenobi and Quinlan Vos.
* PintSizedPowerhouse: He's about the same height as Yoda, but he's strong enough to tackle a standard humanoid off their feet or keep a Jedi from striking a deathblow.
* RobotBuddy: To Cad Bane.
* UndyingLoyalty: To Cad Bane, despite all the abuse he puts him through, including turning him into a bomb without his consent. Lampshaded in the [[http://http://starwarsblog.starwars.com/2013/12/11/the-starwars-com-10-best-sidekicks/ 10: Best Sidekicks]] article on the official Star Wars website
* WeCanRebuildHim
* WhyAmITicking: Bane used him as an unwitting suicide bomber in his debut appearance (you can even find the dialogue in the quotes for the trope). He is rebuilt shortly afterwords.

!! Cato Parasitti
-->Voiced by: Gwendoline Yeo

This Clawdite was an associate of Cad Bane's. She along with Todo 360 aided him during his infiltration of the Jedi Temple for a holocron, until she was captured and Bane left her for dead.

* TheCameo: She can be seen two seasons later out of Jedi custody in the Mos Eisley cantina in "Revenge".
* CoolMask
* DarkActionGirl
* DesignatedGirlFight: Between her and Ahsoka.
* TheDogBitesBack: Bane left her to be captured, so Cato revealed who his next target was to the Jedi.
* TheMole: Works as one inside the Jedi Temple during the Holocron vault raid.
* RubberForeheadAlien: Aside from the ShapeShifting, Clawdites are basically this in their [[ShapeShifterDefaultForm default form]].
* ShapeShifting: She is a Clawdite/Changeling.
* ShapeShifterBaggage: Subverted. She can take on the the form of any humanoid even if their morphology is different (such as a Skrilling, which have three-fingered hands and multiple nostrils), but she uses a holographic disguise system to alter her clothing.

!! Aurra Sing
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--> Voiced by: Jaime King

This female bounty hunter of an unknown species was an associate of Jango Fett's prior to his death and served as a surrogate mother to his son, Boba afterward until she was supposedly killed on Florrum when ''Slave I'' crashed and Boba was incarcerated. She, however, survived the crash. She also worked with Cad Bane's posse during the Senate Hostage Crisis.

* AmicableExes: She and Hondo get along rather well.
* AscendedExtra: She was briefly shown in ''Film/ThePhantomMenace'' watching the Boonta Eve Classic pod-race, that Anakin eventually won.
* AxCrazy
* BaldOfEvil: She does have quite a few long flocks of hair kept in a topknot-style ponytail, but she shaves most of her head.
* BadassNormal
* BoomHeadShot: Does this to Castas when he tried to betray her.
* ColdSniper
* TheCorrupter: To Boba. Even her {{leitmotif}} is reflecting this.
* CreepyLongFingers
* CreepyShadowedUndereyes
* {{Cyborg}}: She has a communications antenna embedded in her skull.
* DarkActionGirl
* DeadpanSnarker: She has a dry enough wit, to make even Hondo shut up for a moment:
--> '''Hondo''' *talking to Castas about working with Aurra*: Couldn't handle her, could you? Well, don't be ashamed. You're not the first man to bail out from under her command.
--> '''Aurra''': He (Hondo) speaks from experience.
* DesignatedGirlFight: With Ahsoka. Notable in that she became the first and so far only character to injure Ahsoka in a fair fight.
* EstablishingCharacterMoment: Although it's chronologically her last appearence, in her debut episode, "Hostage Crisis" Bane killed a bunch of guards with a hand-grenade. Seeing a survivor crawling towards the door, ''begging'' for help, Sing with a cold smile shot him on head.
* EvilAlbino
* EvilMentor: To Boba.
* EvilRedhead
* FauxAffablyEvil: She acts fairly personable and friendly, but it only conceals (and not very well) her cold, sociopathic persona.
* GangstaStyle: During the final show down with Ahsoka in "Assasin", she held her blasters sideways.
* GunsAkimbo: She used two blasters at once when she tried to assassinate Padmé, who was protected by Ahsoka.
* InterspeciesRomance: It seems at somepoint she (Near-Human) had a relationship with Hondo Ohnaka (Weequay).
* KarmaHoudini: She does end up in jail after a failed assassination attempt, but she's quickly broken out by Cad Bane.
* KickTheDog: Executing a mortally wounded Republic Guardsman while he begs for mercy.
* LackOfEmpathy
* LooksLikeOrlok: A rare female example of this trope.
* NotQuiteDead: She was thought to have been killed when she crashed with Slave I, but she survived.
* ParentalSubstitute: To Boba, at least until she leaves him to be captured by the Jedi.
* RubberForeheadAlien: Aside from having chalk-white sking and fingers twice as long as normal, she's perfectly human-like. In fact, Expanded Universe material says she's [[HalfHumanHybrid half-human]].
* TheSociopath

!! Robonino
--> Voiced by: [[Creator/DeeBradleyBaker Dee Bradley Baker]]

This Patrolian worked in Cad Bane's posse during the Senate hostage crisis, taking over the building's security systems. He also worked with the Selkath bounty hunter, Chata Hyoki to intimidate some senators into supporting a banking deregulation bill.

* TheCracker: His role during the Senate hostage crisis, including messing with the building's security systems and sabotaging the power distribution.
* CombatPragmatist: When Anakin Skywalker was preoccupied with Aurra Sing and Shahan Alama, Robonino electrocuted and stunned him when his back was turned.
* EyepatchOfPower: To replace an eye-stalk he lost in a bomb accident.
* FishPeople: He is a Patrolian.
* KillerRabbit: He may be diminutive, but he was picked by Cad Bane for the Senate takeover for a reason. Anakin learned this the hard way.
* MadBomber
* ShockAndAwe: One of his weapons is a taser.
* ThoseTwoGuys: With the Selkath bounty hunter, Chata Hyoki, in "Pursuit of Peace".

!! Boba Fett
[[quoteright:239:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/Boba-Fett-001_8138.jpg]]
--> Voiced by: Daniel Logan

Not having gone through any genetic modifications, Jango Fett raised this clone as his son. After Jango's death, Boba sought revenge against Jedi Master Mace Windu for decapitating his father. After some failed assassination attempts, he spent about a year in the Republic penitentiary on Coruscant before breaking and forming his own band of bounty hunters on Tatooine.

* {{Badass}}
* BadassNormal: He's working his way up there; he's currently not quite at Cad Bane's level, but his later exploits in the Star Wars saga assure us that he's well on his way.
* BullyingADragon[=/=]MuggingTheMonster: He manages to pull both at once when he starts shouting at Ventress. Though he may not have known her reputation, it was plainly obvious that she had lightsabers she was proficient in using and was a superior combatant, having easily bested an opponent he struggled against.
* [[BaldOfEvil Buzzcut of Bounty Hunting]]: Acquired one while in prison, as seen in the image above.
* EvenEvilHasStandards: During his vendetta against Mace Windu, he didn't want anyone involved to die.
** Curiously, though, he was perfectly willing to let a girl be sold into slavery as some warlord's bride while ''Ventress'' couldn't go through with it. To be fair, he didn't seem to realize what the girl's brother wanted to do with her; he thought he was still "protecting" her from him.
* GunsAkimbo: Like father, like son, it seems.
* HeartbrokenBadass[=/=]YouKilledMyFather: When Mace killed Jango, Boba completely lost it, [[ItsPersonal setting out on]] a quest for vengance.
* IfYoureSoEvilEatThisKitten: Aurra Sing tries to make him shoot a clone (who, let's not forget, is basically his brother). He refuses.
* KarmaHoudini: While he does end up in jail for his quest for vengeance against Windu, he escapes along with Bossk less than a year later (roughly). That said, karma won't be catching up to him for [[Film/ReturnOfTheJedi roughly 24 years]], but for different reasons.
* ParentalAbandonment: Aurra Sing (not a parent, but a parental figure) fled the coop when rescuing Boba would have meant getting herself caught.
* {{Revenge}}
* RevengeBeforeReason: Debatable, since Jango attacked Mace first.
* RoaringRampageOfRevenge: Blowing up an entire starship to get to ''one'' man certainly qualifies, even if it was [[TheCorrupter Aurra]] who told him to do it.
* RobotBuddy: His personal assassin droid, C-21 Highsinger, described by the creators as being to him what Chewbacca is to Han Solo.
* SoapOperaRapidAgingSyndrome: When he was captured after the Season 2 finale, he looked about 10-11 at the most. When he returned in Season 4, he seemed to be at least 15. The TimeSkip in Season 3 cannot account for this, since the Clone Wars only lasted only two and a half years start to finish. The war is well under way by the time of his capture and is not even close to ending when he escapes. In addition, Boba is noted to be a pure clone when introduced, lacking any growth acceleration since Jango raised him as a son.
* TookALevelInBadass: As of "Bounty"; in stark contrast to his debut appearance, he now sports his own set of armor, guns down Kage warriors without hesitation, and leads a band of bounty hunters who are loyal to him.
* TragicKeepsake: Jango's helmet. Subverted in that he used it to lure Windu into a trap and blew it up.
* YoungGun

!! Embo
[[quoteright:240:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/Embo-001_8188.jpg]]
--> Voiced by: Dave Filoni

This Kyuzo is not one for smalltalk. Despite some of the shadier jobs he's taken, he's worked with Sugi, a bounty hunter with an uncommon code of honor. He also has a pet anooba named Marrok.

* AlwaysSecondBest: Count Dooku once gathered all the greatest bounty hunters together and introduced them with their name, any titles they had, some claim to fame, etc. When reached Embo, he said "Your bounty tally was second only to one last season," before turning to [[TheAce Cad Bane]].
* AutomaticCrossbows: Justified, as his weapon is a bowcaster.
* {{Badass}}
* BadassAdorable: Anoobas are usually vicious pack animals and Marrok is no exception. However, Marrok acts like a house dog when he's not fighting. For example, he hands Embo a probe droid like a tennis ball as if he wants to play fetch and retrieves Embo's hat like a Frisbee whenever he loses it.
* BadassBandolier
* BadassNormal: Only because he doesn't have Force-powers.
* TheCameo: He's quite prone for these, thanks to [[EnsembleDarkHorse his popularity among fans]].
* CoolPet: His anooba, Marrok.
* CreatorCameo: He's voiced by the series' supervising director, Dave Filoni.
* JumpPhysics: His jumps are outclassed only by Jedi.
* KarmaHoudini: Sometimes when it comes to his [[PunchClockVillain more villainous jobs]]. He was captured for his part in Count Dooku's plan to kidnap Palpatine, but he didn't stay in Republic custody for long since he's seen free two episodes later. In "An Old Friend", he stages a few assassination attempts on Rush Clovis (and kills Teckla Minnau when she was sabotaging the Vault's power system) and when those attempts seemingly fail, it turns out that Embo completed his job by getting Clovis to flee from Scipio.
* KnowWhenToFoldEm: In "Eminence".
* LightningBruiser
* NeckSnap: Seems to be a [[SignatureMove favorite move of his]].
* NiceHat: One that can deflect blaster fire, be thrown and used as a makeshift snowboard.
* PetTheDog: Both literally and in the definition of the trope. At the end of "An Old Friend", he compliments Marrok for bringing his hat back to him, all after a failed attempt to assassinate Rush Clovis (except he wasn't really trying to kill Clovis in the first place).
* PunchClockVillain / PunchClockHero: Due to his career of choice, he'll work against the heroes if he's hired to, but Embo doesn't seem to actually bear any malice towards the Jedi, despite usually working for villainous characters in most of his non-cameo appearances. In his first appearance, he and Sugi worked alongside Jedi to protect farmers.
* TheStoic
* TheUnintelligible
* WeaponizedHeadGear: He can use his NiceHat as [[LuckilyMyShieldWillProtectMe a blaster-proof shield]], or as a weapon by [[ThrowingYourShieldAlwaysWorks throwing it]] with [[DeadlyDisc leathal precision]].

!! Sugi
[[quoteright:245:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/Sugi-001_4612.png]]
--> Voiced by: Anna Graves

Unlike most bounty hunters, Sugi has a code of honor. She even formed a band of like-minded bounty hunters.

* ActionGirl
* BadassNormal
* TheCameo: She tends to appear in the background in BadGuyBar scenes. Her most famous one, though, is her TheCavalry moment below.
* TheCavalry: In "Wookiee Hunt", where she brings Wookiee warriors (who hired her for the ride) to save Ahsoka, Chewbacca, and the younglings.
* CoolStarship: Her light freighter, the ''Halo''.
* DeadpanSnarker
* HornedHumanoid: Comes with being a Zabrak.
* KnifeNut: In addition to her blaster carbine, she also wields a vibro-knife.
* KnowWhenToFoldEm: In "Eminence", once it becomes clear that they're no match for [[spoiler: Maul, Savage, and Pre Vizsla]], Sugi and her fellow hunters decide to just cut their losses and run.
* NobleDemon: Although she's a bounty hunter (not traditionally the most noble of professions), almost every job that Sugi's taken in the series so far has been a morally positive one (defending helpless farmers, helping rescue Ahsoka and the others in "Wookiee Hunt"; the only questionable one would be bodyguard duty for the Hutts during "Eminence", but even then, it was merely a protection job) and she shows concern toward her fellow bounty hunters.
* [[ThePreciousPreciousCar The Precious Precious Ship]]: Minor example. In "Wookie Hunt", she warned Tarfful that if her ship was damaged, it would cost them extra.
* ScrewTheMoneyIHaveRules: She refused an offer from Hondo to stand aside in exchange for double what the farmers were paying her, simply remarking that "we don't break deals".
* TattooedCrook
* [[YouGottaHaveBlueHair You Gotta Have Purple Hair]]

!! Seripas
--> Voiced by: Greg Baldwin

Another Sugi's band, this tiny alien pilots a mechanical suit to compensate for his size and lack of self-esteem until Ahsoka Tano inspires him.

* TheCameo: He was on Sugi's ship in "Wookie Hunt".
* GlowingMechanicalEyes: His MiniMecha had these.
* HypocriticalHumor: When they first met, he called Ahsoka a "knee-high". A little bit later we find out, that he's a small frog-sized alien, using a MiniMecha.
* KillerRabbit: During the battle against the pirates, his armor was quickly destroyed. After escaping from it, he still managed managed to take out one of the pirates by bludgeoning him with his own gun and throwing him off his speeder bike.
* LittleGreenManInACan
* MiniMecha: He used one in his debut episode "Bounty Hunters". [[AwesomeButImpractical It turned out to be rather useless]].
* SuperWristGadget: One arm of his MiniMecha had a chain-saw, while the other had a blaster built into it's wrist.

!! Rumi Paramita
--> Voiced by: Anna Graves

Another member of Sugi's band.

* ColdSniper: Her main weapon of choice.
* FiringOneHanded: When she's not using her sniper rifle.
* [[DroppedABridgeOnHim Dropped a Bridge on Her]] / WeHardlyKnewYe: Compared to the other bounty hunters in Sugi's band, she got the least screentime of them all. She didn't even get an EstablishingCharacterMoment before she was ingloriously shot down by Hondo's tank, and the only reference to her death was Sugi mentioning that she was "light on company". Whether she died or not was so ambiguous that it wasn't stated in the episode guide either and it took a [[WordOfGod fan Q&A with Dave Filoni]] to properly confirm it.
* InTheHood
* TheQuietOne: She only got one line in her only appearance. Even [[TheUnintelligible Embo]] had more dialogue than her.
* TertiarySexualCharacteristics: She's got pink skin, although not all female Frenks are pink.


!! Bossk
[[quoteright:225:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/Bossk-001_9009.jpg]]
--> Voiced By: Creator/DeeBradleyBaker

This Trandoshan worked alongside Aurra Sing and Boba Fett, and went to prison with the latter after he was captured. He also got out with him and is now part of his band of hunters.

* AscendedExtra: Gets far more than just a cameo here.
* BigGuyLittleGuy: The Big guy to Boba's little.
* GutturalGrowler
* HellishPupils
* LizardFolk: He's a Trandoshan.
* {{Jerkass}}
* KarmaHoudini: While he does end up in jail for helping Boba during his quest for vengance against Windu, he escapes along with Boba only after about a year or even less.
* OlderSidekick: To Boba.
* PsychoForHire: Has shades of this in "Lethal Trackdown." Aurra Sing orders Bossk to kill the hostages when she gives the word during a meeting with the Jedi. When she's unable to contact him (due to the comm antenna embedded in her skull getting cut), he decides to kill the hostages on his own volition.
* ReptilesAreAbhorrent

!! Castas
--> Voiced by: [[Main/RobinAtkinDownes Robin Atkin Downes]]

This cowardly Klatooinian worked with Aurra Sing, Bossk and Boba Fett during the latter's quest for vengeance against Mace Windu. He contributed nothing to the group and his partners weren't very fond of him either.

* AssholeVictim: Aside from Boba's regrets about working with [[TheCorrupter Aurra]], no one really mourned for him, and his corpse was unceremoniously dragged out of Hondo's bar after his death.
* BoomHeadshot: His death.
* DirtyCoward: A trait that earns him both Aurra's and Boba's ire.
* EyeScream: He was already missing an eye, but he was most likely hit in the other eye when Aurra shot him in the head.
* TheFriendNobodyLikes: Although Bossk seems indifferent
* {{Jerkass}}
* JerkassHasAPoint: Aurra agreed with him only once, when the wreckage of the ''Endurance'' became too dangerous to investigate further.
* TheLoad: To both Boba Fett and Aurra Sing due to his constant complaining yet doing virtually nothing to contribute during the former's quest for vengeance against Mace Windu.
* KilledOffForReal: By Aurra Sing when he tried to sell her out.
* NoOneCouldHaveSurvivedThat: He didn't find it likely that Windu could have survived the bombing aboard the ''Endurance's'' wreckage.
* PrimalStance
* RubberForeheadAlien: He's a Klatooinian.
* ScrewThisImOuttaHere: After the many risks Boba and his crew took in his quest to kill Mace Windu, including the destruction of a Republic warship, he decided that he had enough and left as soon as they landed on Florrum.
* TooDumbToLive: He really should've known better than to try and sell Aurra out on a public communications terminal when she's not too far away.
* WouldHurtAChild: Attempted to beat up Boba when he called him out on his work ethic, but Aurra made him back when she pointed her blaster at his head.

!! Rako Hardeen
--> Voiced by: Creator/JamesArnoldTaylor

The Marksman of Concord Dawn, this man won his claim to fame by "killing" Obi-Wan Kenobi. However, he ended up being part of a bigger plan of the Jedi Council's.

* AffablyEvil: While celebrating "killing" Obi-Wan, Hardeen buys a round for everyone in the cantina.
* BaldOfEvil
* ColdSniper
* CoolHelmet: Has a helmet inspired by Ralph [=McQuarrie=] concept art of a Rebel trooper helmet for ''Film/ReturnOfTheJedi''. After getting out of prison disguised as him, Obi-Wan Kenobi likewise buys a helmet inspired by a [=McQuarrie=] design for Boba Fett's helmet.
* TattooedCrook
* UnwittingPawn: To the Jedi Council.
* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: After Obi-Wan completed the disguise, there was no word on what happened to the real Rako Hardeen. [[AllThereInTheManual According to the online trivia slideshow for "The Box"]], there would have been a scene where Captain Rex is caught by Anakin Skywalker taking the real Hardeen into hiding, but it was cut because the writers felt it would be out of character for Rex to withhold information from Anakin.

!! Moralo Eval
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--> Voiced by: Stephen Stanton

A criminal mastermind and an ally of the Separatists, this Phindian was locked away in the Republic penitentiary and conceived of a plan to kidnap Chancellor Palpatine.

* AxCrazy: When you kill your mother [[EnfantTerrible as a child]] and claim that you did it because [[ItAmusedMe you were bored]], you definitely qualify.
* DirtyCoward: He's enough of a coward to beg two ''[[MartialPacifist Jedi]]'' not to kill him.
* EvilLaugh: He chuckles a lot. Especially while watching someone die.
* FauxAffablyEvil: He's fairly polite in a slimy, totally transparent sort of way.
* HandRubbing
* TheIgor: To Dooku. Subverted in that he was actually the mastermind behind [[spoiler: the plan to capture Palpatine]].
* MeaningfulName[=/=]PunnyName
* PrimalStance: It comes with being a Phindian.
* SmugSnake
* TattooedCrook
* ThirdPersonPerson: He often refers to himself by his full name.

!! Latts Razzi
--> Voiced by: Clare Grant

* BadassNormal
* DarkActionGirl
* KnowWhenToFoldEm: In "Eminence" she escapes from a lsoing battle alongside with Dengar, Sugi, and Embo.
* [[GreenSkinnedSpaceBabe Purple-Skinned Space Babe]]
* RubberForeheadAlien: She's a Theelin.
* VillainousFriendship: Latts is a PunchClockVillain at worst, but she seems to share a friendship with Ventress, at least to the point where they share a drink.
* WaifFu
* WhipItGood: She uses a unique weapon called a [[http://starwars.wikia.com/wiki/Grappling_boa grappling boa]], which functions much like a whip.
* [[YouGottaHaveBlueHair You Gotta Have Orange Hair]]

!! C-21 Highsinger
--> Voiced by: David Acord

* EarlyBirdCameo: In a sense, his first appearance in "Bounty" would have been this, as Highsinger (if that is him judging by concept art) was set to be a major character in the video game, ''[[VideoGame/ThirteenThirteen Star Wars: 1313]]''. However, with the game's cancellation (and the shutdown of LucasArts), "Bounty" was Highsinger's only appearance so far.
* [[PunnyName Punny Nickname]]: He's a 2 meters tall droid with "C" alpabetical designation. He's nickname is pun on "High C".
* RedEyesTakeWarning
* RobotBuddy: For Boba Fett, described by the series' creators as being the Chewbacca to Boba's Han Solo.
* SpinAttack: He can spin his upper body around, rapidly firing his blasters to gun down any target in range.

!! Dengar
--> Voiced by: Creator/SimonPegg

* AscendedExtra: Much like Bossk, his first appearance was a wordless cameo in ''Film/TheEmpireStrikesBack''. Here, while he doesn't have an especially large role, he at least has a voice actor and sees some action.
* BadassNormal
* DeadpanSnarker
* EvilBrit
* KnowWhenToFoldEm: In "Eminence".
* MadBomber: He carries small, time delayed grenades.
* PsychoticSmirk: He sports one after planting grenades on two Kage warriors.

!! Derrown
--> Voiced by: Matthew Wood

* BadassBandolier
* BizarreAlienBiology: He can inject himself with an electrolite-syrum, that would kill most other lifeforms, and with which he can pass through ray-shields unharmed.
* CombatTentacles: His fingers are very long and he can shock anyone who touches them.
* ExtraEyes: As every Parwan he has three eyes.
* JetPack: He sports one, that helped him escape the Jedi on Naboo.
* RedBaron: According to Dooku he's known as "the Exterminator".
* ShockAndAwe: The bodies of Parwans produce an electrical field, and Derrown used this to shock Anakin into submission.
* ShoulderCannon: Has a Franchise/{{Predator}}-style shoulder-mounted canon, although he hasn't used it on-screen.
* StarfishAliens: Parwans're somesort of three-eyed-tentacled-[[MushroomMan humanoid-fungi creatures]], and they're [[LivingGasbag floating in the air]].
* TheUnintelligible: Even the other bounty hunters seemed to be unable to understand him. Creates a bit of PlotHole, when he spoke to a Republic Senate guard using Galactic Basic, while being disguised as one of them.

!! Bric
--> See here: Characters/StarWarsTheCloneWarsRepublicGrandArmy

!! Asajj Ventress
--> See here: Characters/StarWarsTheCloneWarsThirdSideParties

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!! Cad Bane
[[quoteright:251:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/Cad_Bane_pic_to_use_2_2041.jpg]]
[[caption-width-right:251:"I'm in control. I make the rules now."]]
--> Voiced by: Creator/CoreyBurton

This Duros became the top hired gun in the galaxy after the death of Jango Fett. He'll take any job... for the right price.

* TheAce: Of the Bounty Hunters.
* AxCrazy: Downplayed. He's more ruthless than crazy.
* {{Badass}}: Regularly takes on Jedi Knights without the aid of the Force, and more often than not the least he manages is to escape them unharmed.
* BadassLongcoat: He sports a very spiffy trench coat.
* BadassNormal: He doesn't have any superhuman powers or abilities and still holds his own against Jedi.
* BadBoss: He sacrificed his little helper droid during a raid on the Jedi temple, using him as an unwitting suicide bomber.
* BaldOfEvil: Although Duros are bald by default.
* BloodKnight: Cad Bane has a tendency to laugh and smile while blasting everyone dead.
* CombatPragmatist: The key to how he holds his own against Jedi Knights.
* ComicBookFantasyCasting:
** He was based on Creator/LeeVanCleef.
** Voice-wise, Creator/CoreyBurton based it on Peter Lorre and fellow voice actor Creator/LanceHenriksen.
* ConsummateLiar
* CrazyPrepared: His assault on the Galactic Senate is proof enough of this.
* DangerouslyGenreSavvy
* DeadpanSnarker
* TheDreaded
* EstablishingCharacterMoment: In his debut episode, he and his team effortlessly infiltrates the Senate, and takes numerous Senators hostages. When he declares them to be his prisoners, one of the Senators states that he won't tolerate this "insolence", and walks past him, trying to leave. Bane promptly shoots him InTheBack, without even turning to look.
* EvenEvilHasStandards: He saves Rako Hardeen from dying in "The Box", but only because Moralo Eval fixed the last challenge so he would lose and Bane thought Hardeen at least deserved a fair fight.
-->'''Cad Bane:''' If you're gonna kill him, do it like a man!
* FauxAffablyEvil: He sometimes acts like this, such as when he takes over the Senate. He's initially very calm and polite to his victims before murdering one of them off-handedly,
* GunsAkimbo: His (initial) weapons of choice.
* IndyPloy: Master practitioner of it, alongside XanatosSpeedChess.
* [[JetPack Jet Boots]]
* KarmaHoudini: He tends to finish jobs without suffering any comeuppance and even when he does get captured, it's not for very long. When it seemed he landed in prison, it turns out he deliberately did so as part of another job, and it's implied that he's been imprisoned and [[CardboardPrison has broken out before]]. Even with his last appearance being arrested on-screen, it's unlikely he stayed captured after that and there were plans to have him in a future story arc that didn't get aired due to the series' cancellation.
* KnightOfCerebus: His debut episode "Hostage Crisis" marks the first point when the series became DarkerAndEdgier.
* LivingLegend: Count Dooku once gathered all the greatest bounty hunters together and introduced them with their name, any titles they had, some claim to fame, etc. When he came to Cad Bane, he simply says "Cad Bane, who needs no introduction."
* MonochromaticEyes: His eyes are [[RedEyesTakeWarning solid red]]
* NiceHat: A broad-rimmed fedora. Taken to extremes later on, where he insists on getting a new nice hat after losing his first one even though it makes him stand out, then ''kills'' another bounty hunter for his fedora because he thought it was nicer.
* OnlyInItForTheMoney
-->'''Cad Bane''': Makes no difference to me, so long as I get paid.
* OralFixation: The creators even discuss how well having a toothpick works for him on the DVD feature about the Rako Hardeen arc. He also threatened to slit someone's throat with said toothpick.
* PragmaticVillainy: He will promptly retreat when there's nothing to win. No need for pointless antagonizing.
* PsychoForHire
--> '''Cad Bane:''' ''(after finding [[spoiler: Ziro the Hutt's]] corpse)'' I hate it when someone does my job.
* RefugeInAudacity: The trick he used to kidnap the Rodian infant in "Children of the Force": he disguised himself as a Jedi, and claimed he had to take the child from her mother, because "impostors" posing as Jedi had been kidnapping other children!
* SadisticChoice: One of his tactics for getting the upper hand on Jedi.
* SmugSnake: PlayedWith. Despite being extremely smug, he lacks the usual incompetence of a SmugSnake and is one of the most competent villains on the show. This might be an additional result of being DangerouslyGenreSavvy.
* TheStrategist: [[TheAce Part of what makes him so good at his job]] is that he attempts to plan for almost every possible eventuality. While he is also excellent at XanatosSpeedChess, he prefers to not have to resort to it.
* SuperWristGadget: Part of his original arsenal was a box on his wrist, that worked as a communicator, a taser, a multifunction remote control, a flamethrower and somesort of pistol. After breaking Moralo Eval out of prison, he acquired another, bit tamer version, that sprayed stungas to his opponent's face, and also worked as a [[GrapplingHookPistol grappling-cabel-launcher]].
* TheSociopath: High-functioning enough so that it doesn't get in the way of his work, but he is most definitely one of these.
* TheUnfettered: Once Bane has taken a job, he will do ''anything'' to fulfill it, and by extension, get his payday.
* [[HeroicWillpower Villainous Willpower]]: He's so strong willed, he was able to resist a JediMindTrick simultaneously attempted by Windu, Obi-Wan and Anakin. Subverted in that, afterwards he chose to comply with their demand, rather than having to endure the experience again.
* WouldHurtAChild: His only response to Darth Sidious hiring him to kidnap innocent children was to remark that the crime seemed "small time" for [[BigBad the likes of Sidious]], and that it made no difference to him as long as he was paid for it.
* XanatosSpeedChess: He's proven to be very capable at modifying his plans on the fly.

!! Todo 360
-->Voiced by: Creator/SethGreen

Cad Bane's techno-service droid and an excellent hacker. He does not like it when he's treated like or called a "butler droid". Bane used him as an unwitting suicide bomber during his infiltration of the Jedi Temple, but the Jedi rebuilt him to get information out of him and he found his way back to his master.

* AffablyEvil: He's very polite most of the time and quite proud of his function as a techno-service droid.
* AllThereInTheManual: Supplementary material states that the Jedi rebuilt him after he was used as a bomb to get information out of him. He didn't tell them anything and he left.
* BatmanGambit: In "Evil Plans", he was able to bait [=R2-D2=] out of hiding by claiming that he would dismantle [=C-3PO=] himself.
* ButtMonkey: Particularly in "Holocron Heist", where he does not get even a little respect from both Cad Bane and Cato Parasitti. See also WhyAmITicking
* DeadpanSnarker: "Everyone's in a good mood today."
* EvilCounterpart: Possibly to [=C-3PO=].
* HaveIMentionedIAmADwarfToday: "I am a techno-service droid, not a butler droid!"
* [[JetPack Jet Feet]]
* NotSoHarmlessVillain: In "Holocron Heist", he was a ButtMonkey for the most part. In the Ziro the Hutt arc, he is both successful in being able to capture[=C-3PO=] and [=R2-D2=] and assists Cad Bane a bit in his duel with Obi-Wan Kenobi and Quinlan Vos.
* PintSizedPowerhouse: He's about the same height as Yoda, but he's strong enough to tackle a standard humanoid off their feet or keep a Jedi from striking a deathblow.
* RobotBuddy: To Cad Bane.
* UndyingLoyalty: To Cad Bane, despite all the abuse he puts him through, including turning him into a bomb without his consent. Lampshaded in the [[http://http://starwarsblog.starwars.com/2013/12/11/the-starwars-com-10-best-sidekicks/ 10: Best Sidekicks]] article on the official Star Wars website
* WeCanRebuildHim
* WhyAmITicking: Bane used him as an unwitting suicide bomber in his debut appearance (you can even find the dialogue in the quotes for the trope). He is rebuilt shortly afterwords.

!! Cato Parasitti
-->Voiced by: Gwendoline Yeo

This Clawdite was an associate of Cad Bane's. She along with Todo 360 aided him during his infiltration of the Jedi Temple for a holocron, until she was captured and Bane left her for dead.

* TheCameo: She can be seen two seasons later out of Jedi custody in the Mos Eisley cantina in "Revenge".
* CoolMask
* DarkActionGirl
* DesignatedGirlFight: Between her and Ahsoka.
* TheDogBitesBack: Bane left her to be captured, so Cato revealed who his next target was to the Jedi.
* TheMole: Works as one inside the Jedi Temple during the Holocron vault raid.
* RubberForeheadAlien: Aside from the ShapeShifting, Clawdites are basically this in their [[ShapeShifterDefaultForm default form]].
* ShapeShifting: She is a Clawdite/Changeling.
* ShapeShifterBaggage: Subverted. She can take on the the form of any humanoid even if their morphology is different (such as a Skrilling, which have three-fingered hands and multiple nostrils), but she uses a holographic disguise system to alter her clothing.

!! Aurra Sing
[[quoteright:213:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/Aurra-Sing-001_8360.jpg]]
--> Voiced by: Jaime King

This female bounty hunter of an unknown species was an associate of Jango Fett's prior to his death and served as a surrogate mother to his son, Boba afterward until she was supposedly killed on Florrum when ''Slave I'' crashed and Boba was incarcerated. She, however, survived the crash. She also worked with Cad Bane's posse during the Senate Hostage Crisis.

* AmicableExes: She and Hondo get along rather well.
* AscendedExtra: She was briefly shown in ''Film/ThePhantomMenace'' watching the Boonta Eve Classic pod-race, that Anakin eventually won.
* AxCrazy
* BaldOfEvil: She does have quite a few long flocks of hair kept in a topknot-style ponytail, but she shaves most of her head.
* BadassNormal
* BoomHeadShot: Does this to Castas when he tried to betray her.
* ColdSniper
* TheCorrupter: To Boba. Even her {{leitmotif}} is reflecting this.
* CreepyLongFingers
* CreepyShadowedUndereyes
* {{Cyborg}}: She has a communications antenna embedded in her skull.
* DarkActionGirl
* DeadpanSnarker: She has a dry enough wit, to make even Hondo shut up for a moment:
--> '''Hondo''' *talking to Castas about working with Aurra*: Couldn't handle her, could you? Well, don't be ashamed. You're not the first man to bail out from under her command.
--> '''Aurra''': He (Hondo) speaks from experience.
* DesignatedGirlFight: With Ahsoka. Notable in that she became the first and so far only character to injure Ahsoka in a fair fight.
* EstablishingCharacterMoment: Although it's chronologically her last appearence, in her debut episode, "Hostage Crisis" Bane killed a bunch of guards with a hand-grenade. Seeing a survivor crawling towards the door, ''begging'' for help, Sing with a cold smile shot him on head.
* EvilAlbino
* EvilMentor: To Boba.
* EvilRedhead
* FauxAffablyEvil: She acts fairly personable and friendly, but it only conceals (and not very well) her cold, sociopathic persona.
* GangstaStyle: During the final show down with Ahsoka in "Assasin", she held her blasters sideways.
* GunsAkimbo: She used two blasters at once when she tried to assassinate Padmé, who was protected by Ahsoka.
* InterspeciesRomance: It seems at somepoint she (Near-Human) had a relationship with Hondo Ohnaka (Weequay).
* KarmaHoudini: She does end up in jail after a failed assassination attempt, but she's quickly broken out by Cad Bane.
* KickTheDog: Executing a mortally wounded Republic Guardsman while he begs for mercy.
* LackOfEmpathy
* LooksLikeOrlok: A rare female example of this trope.
* NotQuiteDead: She was thought to have been killed when she crashed with Slave I, but she survived.
* ParentalSubstitute: To Boba, at least until she leaves him to be captured by the Jedi.
* RubberForeheadAlien: Aside from having chalk-white sking and fingers twice as long as normal, she's perfectly human-like. In fact, Expanded Universe material says she's [[HalfHumanHybrid half-human]].
* TheSociopath

!! Robonino
--> Voiced by: [[Creator/DeeBradleyBaker Dee Bradley Baker]]

This Patrolian worked in Cad Bane's posse during the Senate hostage crisis, taking over the building's security systems. He also worked with the Selkath bounty hunter, Chata Hyoki to intimidate some senators into supporting a banking deregulation bill.

* TheCracker: His role during the Senate hostage crisis, including messing with the building's security systems and sabotaging the power distribution.
* CombatPragmatist: When Anakin Skywalker was preoccupied with Aurra Sing and Shahan Alama, Robonino electrocuted and stunned him when his back was turned.
* EyepatchOfPower: To replace an eye-stalk he lost in a bomb accident.
* FishPeople: He is a Patrolian.
* KillerRabbit: He may be diminutive, but he was picked by Cad Bane for the Senate takeover for a reason. Anakin learned this the hard way.
* MadBomber
* ShockAndAwe: One of his weapons is a taser.
* ThoseTwoGuys: With the Selkath bounty hunter, Chata Hyoki, in "Pursuit of Peace".

!! Boba Fett
[[quoteright:239:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/Boba-Fett-001_8138.jpg]]
--> Voiced by: Daniel Logan

Not having gone through any genetic modifications, Jango Fett raised this clone as his son. After Jango's death, Boba sought revenge against Jedi Master Mace Windu for decapitating his father. After some failed assassination attempts, he spent about a year in the Republic penitentiary on Coruscant before breaking and forming his own band of bounty hunters on Tatooine.

* {{Badass}}
* BadassNormal: He's working his way up there; he's currently not quite at Cad Bane's level, but his later exploits in the Star Wars saga assure us that he's well on his way.
* BullyingADragon[=/=]MuggingTheMonster: He manages to pull both at once when he starts shouting at Ventress. Though he may not have known her reputation, it was plainly obvious that she had lightsabers she was proficient in using and was a superior combatant, having easily bested an opponent he struggled against.
* [[BaldOfEvil Buzzcut of Bounty Hunting]]: Acquired one while in prison, as seen in the image above.
* EvenEvilHasStandards: During his vendetta against Mace Windu, he didn't want anyone involved to die.
** Curiously, though, he was perfectly willing to let a girl be sold into slavery as some warlord's bride while ''Ventress'' couldn't go through with it. To be fair, he didn't seem to realize what the girl's brother wanted to do with her; he thought he was still "protecting" her from him.
* GunsAkimbo: Like father, like son, it seems.
* HeartbrokenBadass[=/=]YouKilledMyFather: When Mace killed Jango, Boba completely lost it, [[ItsPersonal setting out on]] a quest for vengance.
* IfYoureSoEvilEatThisKitten: Aurra Sing tries to make him shoot a clone (who, let's not forget, is basically his brother). He refuses.
* KarmaHoudini: While he does end up in jail for his quest for vengeance against Windu, he escapes along with Bossk less than a year later (roughly). That said, karma won't be catching up to him for [[Film/ReturnOfTheJedi roughly 24 years]], but for different reasons.
* ParentalAbandonment: Aurra Sing (not a parent, but a parental figure) fled the coop when rescuing Boba would have meant getting herself caught.
* {{Revenge}}
* RevengeBeforeReason: Debatable, since Jango attacked Mace first.
* RoaringRampageOfRevenge: Blowing up an entire starship to get to ''one'' man certainly qualifies, even if it was [[TheCorrupter Aurra]] who told him to do it.
* RobotBuddy: His personal assassin droid, C-21 Highsinger, described by the creators as being to him what Chewbacca is to Han Solo.
* SoapOperaRapidAgingSyndrome: When he was captured after the Season 2 finale, he looked about 10-11 at the most. When he returned in Season 4, he seemed to be at least 15. The TimeSkip in Season 3 cannot account for this, since the Clone Wars only lasted only two and a half years start to finish. The war is well under way by the time of his capture and is not even close to ending when he escapes. In addition, Boba is noted to be a pure clone when introduced, lacking any growth acceleration since Jango raised him as a son.
* TookALevelInBadass: As of "Bounty"; in stark contrast to his debut appearance, he now sports his own set of armor, guns down Kage warriors without hesitation, and leads a band of bounty hunters who are loyal to him.
* TragicKeepsake: Jango's helmet. Subverted in that he used it to lure Windu into a trap and blew it up.
* YoungGun

!! Embo
[[quoteright:240:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/Embo-001_8188.jpg]]
--> Voiced by: Dave Filoni

This Kyuzo is not one for smalltalk. Despite some of the shadier jobs he's taken, he's worked with Sugi, a bounty hunter with an uncommon code of honor. He also has a pet anooba named Marrok.

* AlwaysSecondBest: Count Dooku once gathered all the greatest bounty hunters together and introduced them with their name, any titles they had, some claim to fame, etc. When reached Embo, he said "Your bounty tally was second only to one last season," before turning to [[TheAce Cad Bane]].
* AutomaticCrossbows: Justified, as his weapon is a bowcaster.
* {{Badass}}
* BadassAdorable: Anoobas are usually vicious pack animals and Marrok is no exception. However, Marrok acts like a house dog when he's not fighting. For example, he hands Embo a probe droid like a tennis ball as if he wants to play fetch and retrieves Embo's hat like a Frisbee whenever he loses it.
* BadassBandolier
* BadassNormal: Only because he doesn't have Force-powers.
* TheCameo: He's quite prone for these, thanks to [[EnsembleDarkHorse his popularity among fans]].
* CoolPet: His anooba, Marrok.
* CreatorCameo: He's voiced by the series' supervising director, Dave Filoni.
* JumpPhysics: His jumps are outclassed only by Jedi.
* KarmaHoudini: Sometimes when it comes to his [[PunchClockVillain more villainous jobs]]. He was captured for his part in Count Dooku's plan to kidnap Palpatine, but he didn't stay in Republic custody for long since he's seen free two episodes later. In "An Old Friend", he stages a few assassination attempts on Rush Clovis (and kills Teckla Minnau when she was sabotaging the Vault's power system) and when those attempts seemingly fail, it turns out that Embo completed his job by getting Clovis to flee from Scipio.
* KnowWhenToFoldEm: In "Eminence".
* LightningBruiser
* NeckSnap: Seems to be a [[SignatureMove favorite move of his]].
* NiceHat: One that can deflect blaster fire, be thrown and used as a makeshift snowboard.
* PetTheDog: Both literally and in the definition of the trope. At the end of "An Old Friend", he compliments Marrok for bringing his hat back to him, all after a failed attempt to assassinate Rush Clovis (except he wasn't really trying to kill Clovis in the first place).
* PunchClockVillain / PunchClockHero: Due to his career of choice, he'll work against the heroes if he's hired to, but Embo doesn't seem to actually bear any malice towards the Jedi, despite usually working for villainous characters in most of his non-cameo appearances. In his first appearance, he and Sugi worked alongside Jedi to protect farmers.
* TheStoic
* TheUnintelligible
* WeaponizedHeadGear: He can use his NiceHat as [[LuckilyMyShieldWillProtectMe a blaster-proof shield]], or as a weapon by [[ThrowingYourShieldAlwaysWorks throwing it]] with [[DeadlyDisc leathal precision]].

!! Sugi
[[quoteright:245:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/Sugi-001_4612.png]]
--> Voiced by: Anna Graves

Unlike most bounty hunters, Sugi has a code of honor. She even formed a band of like-minded bounty hunters.

* ActionGirl
* BadassNormal
* TheCameo: She tends to appear in the background in BadGuyBar scenes. Her most famous one, though, is her TheCavalry moment below.
* TheCavalry: In "Wookiee Hunt", where she brings Wookiee warriors (who hired her for the ride) to save Ahsoka, Chewbacca, and the younglings.
* CoolStarship: Her light freighter, the ''Halo''.
* DeadpanSnarker
* HornedHumanoid: Comes with being a Zabrak.
* KnifeNut: In addition to her blaster carbine, she also wields a vibro-knife.
* KnowWhenToFoldEm: In "Eminence", once it becomes clear that they're no match for [[spoiler: Maul, Savage, and Pre Vizsla]], Sugi and her fellow hunters decide to just cut their losses and run.
* NobleDemon: Although she's a bounty hunter (not traditionally the most noble of professions), almost every job that Sugi's taken in the series so far has been a morally positive one (defending helpless farmers, helping rescue Ahsoka and the others in "Wookiee Hunt"; the only questionable one would be bodyguard duty for the Hutts during "Eminence", but even then, it was merely a protection job) and she shows concern toward her fellow bounty hunters.
* [[ThePreciousPreciousCar The Precious Precious Ship]]: Minor example. In "Wookie Hunt", she warned Tarfful that if her ship was damaged, it would cost them extra.
* ScrewTheMoneyIHaveRules: She refused an offer from Hondo to stand aside in exchange for double what the farmers were paying her, simply remarking that "we don't break deals".
* TattooedCrook
* [[YouGottaHaveBlueHair You Gotta Have Purple Hair]]

!! Seripas
--> Voiced by: Greg Baldwin

Another Sugi's band, this tiny alien pilots a mechanical suit to compensate for his size and lack of self-esteem until Ahsoka Tano inspires him.

* TheCameo: He was on Sugi's ship in "Wookie Hunt".
* GlowingMechanicalEyes: His MiniMecha had these.
* HypocriticalHumor: When they first met, he called Ahsoka a "knee-high". A little bit later we find out, that he's a small frog-sized alien, using a MiniMecha.
* KillerRabbit: During the battle against the pirates, his armor was quickly destroyed. After escaping from it, he still managed managed to take out one of the pirates by bludgeoning him with his own gun and throwing him off his speeder bike.
* LittleGreenManInACan
* MiniMecha: He used one in his debut episode "Bounty Hunters". [[AwesomeButImpractical It turned out to be rather useless]].
* SuperWristGadget: One arm of his MiniMecha had a chain-saw, while the other had a blaster built into it's wrist.

!! Rumi Paramita
--> Voiced by: Anna Graves

Another member of Sugi's band.

* ColdSniper: Her main weapon of choice.
* FiringOneHanded: When she's not using her sniper rifle.
* [[DroppedABridgeOnHim Dropped a Bridge on Her]] / WeHardlyKnewYe: Compared to the other bounty hunters in Sugi's band, she got the least screentime of them all. She didn't even get an EstablishingCharacterMoment before she was ingloriously shot down by Hondo's tank, and the only reference to her death was Sugi mentioning that she was "light on company". Whether she died or not was so ambiguous that it wasn't stated in the episode guide either and it took a [[WordOfGod fan Q&A with Dave Filoni]] to properly confirm it.
* InTheHood
* TheQuietOne: She only got one line in her only appearance. Even [[TheUnintelligible Embo]] had more dialogue than her.
* TertiarySexualCharacteristics: She's got pink skin, although not all female Frenks are pink.


!! Bossk
[[quoteright:225:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/Bossk-001_9009.jpg]]
--> Voiced By: Creator/DeeBradleyBaker

This Trandoshan worked alongside Aurra Sing and Boba Fett, and went to prison with the latter after he was captured. He also got out with him and is now part of his band of hunters.

* AscendedExtra: Gets far more than just a cameo here.
* BigGuyLittleGuy: The Big guy to Boba's little.
* GutturalGrowler
* HellishPupils
* LizardFolk: He's a Trandoshan.
* {{Jerkass}}
* KarmaHoudini: While he does end up in jail for helping Boba during his quest for vengance against Windu, he escapes along with Boba only after about a year or even less.
* OlderSidekick: To Boba.
* PsychoForHire: Has shades of this in "Lethal Trackdown." Aurra Sing orders Bossk to kill the hostages when she gives the word during a meeting with the Jedi. When she's unable to contact him (due to the comm antenna embedded in her skull getting cut), he decides to kill the hostages on his own volition.
* ReptilesAreAbhorrent

!! Castas
--> Voiced by: [[Main/RobinAtkinDownes Robin Atkin Downes]]

This cowardly Klatooinian worked with Aurra Sing, Bossk and Boba Fett during the latter's quest for vengeance against Mace Windu. He contributed nothing to the group and his partners weren't very fond of him either.

* AssholeVictim: Aside from Boba's regrets about working with [[TheCorrupter Aurra]], no one really mourned for him, and his corpse was unceremoniously dragged out of Hondo's bar after his death.
* BoomHeadshot: His death.
* DirtyCoward: A trait that earns him both Aurra's and Boba's ire.
* EyeScream: He was already missing an eye, but he was most likely hit in the other eye when Aurra shot him in the head.
* TheFriendNobodyLikes: Although Bossk seems indifferent
* {{Jerkass}}
* JerkassHasAPoint: Aurra agreed with him only once, when the wreckage of the ''Endurance'' became too dangerous to investigate further.
* TheLoad: To both Boba Fett and Aurra Sing due to his constant complaining yet doing virtually nothing to contribute during the former's quest for vengeance against Mace Windu.
* KilledOffForReal: By Aurra Sing when he tried to sell her out.
* NoOneCouldHaveSurvivedThat: He didn't find it likely that Windu could have survived the bombing aboard the ''Endurance's'' wreckage.
* PrimalStance
* RubberForeheadAlien: He's a Klatooinian.
* ScrewThisImOuttaHere: After the many risks Boba and his crew took in his quest to kill Mace Windu, including the destruction of a Republic warship, he decided that he had enough and left as soon as they landed on Florrum.
* TooDumbToLive: He really should've known better than to try and sell Aurra out on a public communications terminal when she's not too far away.
* WouldHurtAChild: Attempted to beat up Boba when he called him out on his work ethic, but Aurra made him back when she pointed her blaster at his head.

!! Rako Hardeen
--> Voiced by: Creator/JamesArnoldTaylor

The Marksman of Concord Dawn, this man won his claim to fame by "killing" Obi-Wan Kenobi. However, he ended up being part of a bigger plan of the Jedi Council's.

* AffablyEvil: While celebrating "killing" Obi-Wan, Hardeen buys a round for everyone in the cantina.
* BaldOfEvil
* ColdSniper
* CoolHelmet: Has a helmet inspired by Ralph [=McQuarrie=] concept art of a Rebel trooper helmet for ''Film/ReturnOfTheJedi''. After getting out of prison disguised as him, Obi-Wan Kenobi likewise buys a helmet inspired by a [=McQuarrie=] design for Boba Fett's helmet.
* TattooedCrook
* UnwittingPawn: To the Jedi Council.
* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: After Obi-Wan completed the disguise, there was no word on what happened to the real Rako Hardeen. [[AllThereInTheManual According to the online trivia slideshow for "The Box"]], there would have been a scene where Captain Rex is caught by Anakin Skywalker taking the real Hardeen into hiding, but it was cut because the writers felt it would be out of character for Rex to withhold information from Anakin.

!! Moralo Eval
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--> Voiced by: Stephen Stanton

A criminal mastermind and an ally of the Separatists, this Phindian was locked away in the Republic penitentiary and conceived of a plan to kidnap Chancellor Palpatine.

* AxCrazy: When you kill your mother [[EnfantTerrible as a child]] and claim that you did it because [[ItAmusedMe you were bored]], you definitely qualify.
* DirtyCoward: He's enough of a coward to beg two ''[[MartialPacifist Jedi]]'' not to kill him.
* EvilLaugh: He chuckles a lot. Especially while watching someone die.
* FauxAffablyEvil: He's fairly polite in a slimy, totally transparent sort of way.
* HandRubbing
* TheIgor: To Dooku. Subverted in that he was actually the mastermind behind [[spoiler: the plan to capture Palpatine]].
* MeaningfulName[=/=]PunnyName
* PrimalStance: It comes with being a Phindian.
* SmugSnake
* TattooedCrook
* ThirdPersonPerson: He often refers to himself by his full name.

!! Latts Razzi
--> Voiced by: Clare Grant

* BadassNormal
* DarkActionGirl
* KnowWhenToFoldEm: In "Eminence" she escapes from a lsoing battle alongside with Dengar, Sugi, and Embo.
* [[GreenSkinnedSpaceBabe Purple-Skinned Space Babe]]
* RubberForeheadAlien: She's a Theelin.
* VillainousFriendship: Latts is a PunchClockVillain at worst, but she seems to share a friendship with Ventress, at least to the point where they share a drink.
* WaifFu
* WhipItGood: She uses a unique weapon called a [[http://starwars.wikia.com/wiki/Grappling_boa grappling boa]], which functions much like a whip.
* [[YouGottaHaveBlueHair You Gotta Have Orange Hair]]

!! C-21 Highsinger
--> Voiced by: David Acord

* EarlyBirdCameo: In a sense, his first appearance in "Bounty" would have been this, as Highsinger (if that is him judging by concept art) was set to be a major character in the video game, ''[[VideoGame/ThirteenThirteen Star Wars: 1313]]''. However, with the game's cancellation (and the shutdown of LucasArts), "Bounty" was Highsinger's only appearance so far.
* [[PunnyName Punny Nickname]]: He's a 2 meters tall droid with "C" alpabetical designation. He's nickname is pun on "High C".
* RedEyesTakeWarning
* RobotBuddy: For Boba Fett, described by the series' creators as being the Chewbacca to Boba's Han Solo.
* SpinAttack: He can spin his upper body around, rapidly firing his blasters to gun down any target in range.

!! Dengar
--> Voiced by: Creator/SimonPegg

* AscendedExtra: Much like Bossk, his first appearance was a wordless cameo in ''Film/TheEmpireStrikesBack''. Here, while he doesn't have an especially large role, he at least has a voice actor and sees some action.
* BadassNormal
* DeadpanSnarker
* EvilBrit
* KnowWhenToFoldEm: In "Eminence".
* MadBomber: He carries small, time delayed grenades.
* PsychoticSmirk: He sports one after planting grenades on two Kage warriors.

!! Derrown
--> Voiced by: Matthew Wood

* BadassBandolier
* BizarreAlienBiology: He can inject himself with an electrolite-syrum, that would kill most other lifeforms, and with which he can pass through ray-shields unharmed.
* CombatTentacles: His fingers are very long and he can shock anyone who touches them.
* ExtraEyes: As every Parwan he has three eyes.
* JetPack: He sports one, that helped him escape the Jedi on Naboo.
* RedBaron: According to Dooku he's known as "the Exterminator".
* ShockAndAwe: The bodies of Parwans produce an electrical field, and Derrown used this to shock Anakin into submission.
* ShoulderCannon: Has a Franchise/{{Predator}}-style shoulder-mounted canon, although he hasn't used it on-screen.
* StarfishAliens: Parwans're somesort of three-eyed-tentacled-[[MushroomMan humanoid-fungi creatures]], and they're [[LivingGasbag floating in the air]].
* TheUnintelligible: Even the other bounty hunters seemed to be unable to understand him. Creates a bit of PlotHole, when he spoke to a Republic Senate guard using Galactic Basic, while being disguised as one of them.

!! Bric
--> See here: Characters/StarWarsTheCloneWarsRepublicGrandArmy

!! Asajj Ventress
--> See here: Characters/StarWarsTheCloneWarsThirdSideParties

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11th Jul '14 10:43:41 PM Dannykat
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Not having gone through any genetic modifications, Jango Fett raised this clone as his son. After Jango's death, he sought revenge against Jedi Master Mace Windu for decapitating his father. After some failed assassination attempts, he spent about a year in the Republic penitentiary on Coruscant before breaking and forming his own band of bounty hunters on Tatooine.

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Not having gone through any genetic modifications, Jango Fett raised this clone as his son. After Jango's death, he Boba sought revenge against Jedi Master Mace Windu for decapitating his father. After some failed assassination attempts, he spent about a year in the Republic penitentiary on Coruscant before breaking and forming his own band of bounty hunters on Tatooine.
11th Jul '14 10:41:46 PM Dannykat
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* MonochromaticEyes His eyes are [[RedEyesTakeWarning solid red]]

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* MonochromaticEyes MonochromaticEyes: His eyes are [[RedEyesTakeWarning solid red]]
28th Jun '14 11:10:21 PM GahmahRaan
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This Duros became the top hired gun in the galaxy after the death of Jango Fett. He'll take any job... for the right price.



Cad Bane's techno-service droid and an excellent hacker. He does not like it when he's treated like or called a "butler droid". Bane used him as an unwitting suicide bomber during his infiltration of the Jedi Temple, but the Jedi rebuilt him to get information out of him and he found his way back to his master.



* BerserkButton: Do not call him or treat him like a butler droid.

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* BerserkButton: Do not call him or treat him like a butler droid.BatmanGambit: In "Evil Plans", he was able to bait [=R2-D2=] out of hiding by claiming that he would dismantle [=C-3PO=] himself.



* ManipulativeBastard: In "Evil Plans", he was able to bait [=R2-D2=] out of hiding by claiming that he would dismantle [=C-3PO=] himself.



This Clawdite was an associate of Cad Bane's. She along with Todo 360 aided him during his infiltration of the Jedi Temple for a holocron, until she was captured and Bane left her for dead.

* TheCameo: She can be seen two seasons later out of Jedi custody in the Mos Eisley cantina in "Revenge".



This female bounty hunter of an unknown species was an associate of Jango Fett's prior to his death and served as a surrogate mother to his son, Boba afterward until she was supposedly killed on Florrum when ''Slave I'' crashed and Boba was incarcerated. She, however, survived the crash. She also worked with Cad Bane's posse during the Senate Hostage Crisis.



This Patrolian worked in Cad Bane's posse during the Senate hostage crisis, taking over the building's security systems. He also worked with the Selkath bounty hunter, Chata Hyoki to intimidate some senators into supporting a banking deregulation bill.



Not having gone through any genetic modifications, Jango Fett raised this clone as his son. After Jango's death, he sought revenge against Jedi Master Mace Windu for decapitating his father. After some failed assassination attempts, he spent about a year in the Republic penitentiary on Coruscant before breaking and forming his own band of bounty hunters on Tatooine.



This Kyuzo is not one for smalltalk. Despite some of the shadier jobs he's taken, he's worked with Sugi, a bounty hunter with an uncommon code of honor. He also has a pet anooba named Marrok.



* BadassAdorable: Anoobas are usually vicious pack animals and Marrok is no exception. However, Marrok acts like a house dog when he's not fighting. For example, he hands Embo a probe droid like a tennis ball as if he wants to play fetch and retrieves Embo's hat like a Frisbee whenever he loses it.



Unlike most bounty hunters, Sugi has a code of honor. She even formed a band of like-minded bounty hunters.



Another Sugi's band, this tiny alien pilots a mechanical suit to compensate for his size and lack of self-esteem until Ahsoka Tano inspires him.



Another member of Sugi's band.



This Trandoshan worked alongside Aurra Sing and Boba Fett, and went to prison with the latter after he was captured. He also got out with him and is now part of his band of hunters.



This cowardly Klatooinian worked with Aurra Sing, Bossk and Boba Fett during the latter's quest for vengeance against Mace Windu. He contributed nothing to the group and his partners weren't very fond of him either.



* TheFriendNobodyLikes: Although Bossk seems indifferent



* TheLoad: To both Boba Fett and Aurra Sing due to his constant complaining (yet, doing virtually nothing to contribute) during the former's quest for vengeance against Mace Windu.

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* TheLoad: To both Boba Fett and Aurra Sing due to his constant complaining (yet, yet doing virtually nothing to contribute) contribute during the former's quest for vengeance against Mace Windu.


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The Marksman of Concord Dawn, this man won his claim to fame by "killing" Obi-Wan Kenobi. However, he ended up being part of a bigger plan of the Jedi Council's.


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A criminal mastermind and an ally of the Separatists, this Phindian was locked away in the Republic penitentiary and conceived of a plan to kidnap Chancellor Palpatine.
24th Jun '14 12:02:43 AM Werebazs
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* KarmaHoudini: Sometimes when it comes to his [[PunchClockVillain more villainous jobs]]. He was captured for his part in Count Dooku's plan to kidnap Palpatine, but he didn't stay in Republic custody for long since he's seen free two episodes later. In "An Old Friend", he stages a few assassination attempts on Rush Clovis (and kills [[spoiler: Teckla Minnau]] when she was sabotaging the Vault's power system) and when those attempts seemingly fail, it turns out that Embo completed his job by getting Clovis to flee from Scipio.

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* KarmaHoudini: Sometimes when it comes to his [[PunchClockVillain more villainous jobs]]. He was captured for his part in Count Dooku's plan to kidnap Palpatine, but he didn't stay in Republic custody for long since he's seen free two episodes later. In "An Old Friend", he stages a few assassination attempts on Rush Clovis (and kills [[spoiler: Teckla Minnau]] Minnau when she was sabotaging the Vault's power system) and when those attempts seemingly fail, it turns out that Embo completed his job by getting Clovis to flee from Scipio.
23rd Jun '14 12:15:07 PM GahmahRaan
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* KarmaHoudini: He tends to finish jobs without suffering any comeuppance and even when he does get captured, it's not for very long. When it seemed he landed in prison, it turns out he deliberately did so as part of another job, and it's implied that he's been imprisoned and [[CardboardPrison has broken out before]]. Even with his last appearance being arrested on-screen, it's unlikely he stayed captured after that and there were plans to have him in a future story arc that didn't get aired due to the series' cancellation.


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* KarmaHoudini: Sometimes when it comes to his [[PunchClockVillain more villainous jobs]]. He was captured for his part in Count Dooku's plan to kidnap Palpatine, but he didn't stay in Republic custody for long since he's seen free two episodes later. In "An Old Friend", he stages a few assassination attempts on Rush Clovis (and kills [[spoiler: Teckla Minnau]] when she was sabotaging the Vault's power system) and when those attempts seemingly fail, it turns out that Embo completed his job by getting Clovis to flee from Scipio.
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* SadisticChoice: One of his tactics for getting the upper hand on Jedi.
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* TheStrategist: [[TheAce Part of what makes him so good at his job]] is that he attempts to plan for almost every possible eventuality. While he is also excellent at XanatosSpeedChess, he prefers to not have to resort to it.
14th Apr '14 1:19:28 PM GahmahRaan
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* ActorAllusion: In "Deception" he mentioned that "any imbecile can kill a Jedi with a lousy sniper blast". In Ventress' TroubledBackstoryFlashBack in season three Corey Burton voiced Jedi Ky Narec, who was killed by a pirate sniper.

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* ActorAllusion: In "Deception" he mentioned that "any imbecile can kill a Jedi with a lousy sniper blast". In Ventress' TroubledBackstoryFlashBack in season three Corey Burton voiced Jedi Ky Narec, who was killed by a pirate sniper.AxCrazy: Downplayed. He's more ruthless than crazy.



--> '''Cad Bane:''' ''(after finding [[spoiler: Ziro the Hutt's]] corpse)'' I hate it when someone does my job.



* TalkingToHimself: James Arnold Taylor voices both Obi-Wan and Hardeen, with the former disguising himself as the latter. This was a deliberate choice in that since Obi-Wan was undercover, Rako needed to be voiced by someone familiar with Obi-Wan's character.
10th Mar '14 12:04:19 AM GahmahRaan
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* KarmaHoudini: While he does end up in jail for his quest for vengeance against Windu, he escapes along with Bossk less than a year later (roughly). That said, karma won't be catching up to him for [[Film/ReturnOfTheJedi roughly 25 years]], but for different reasons.

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* KarmaHoudini: While he does end up in jail for his quest for vengeance against Windu, he escapes along with Bossk less than a year later (roughly). That said, karma won't be catching up to him for [[Film/ReturnOfTheJedi roughly 25 24 years]], but for different reasons.
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