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* HeavilyArmoredMook: Blaster bolts simply deflect off their shields, forcing you to take a lightsaber to them, and even then it takes a whopping ''10 hits'' to destroy their shields and four more to kill the Droideka. Fortunately the GroundPound attack and a well-timed combo can short out their shields instantly.

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* HeavilyArmoredMook: Blaster bolts simply deflect off their shields, forcing you to take a lightsaber to them, and even then it takes a whopping ''10 hits'' to destroy their shields and four three more to kill the Droideka. Fortunately the GroundPound attack and a well-timed combo can short out their shields instantly.


Captain of the Naboo Royal Guard, he is tasked with protecting the queen

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Captain of the Naboo Royal Guard, he is tasked with protecting the queenqueen.



* TheQuietOne: Unlike most other unique characters, Panaka has no vocal responses to taking damage or other events.



* RunningGag: Despite it's utter uselessness, it appears in every game as a playable character.

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* RunningGag: Despite it's its utter uselessness, it appears in every game as a playable character.



* AndYourRewardIsClothes: It's "Security" and "Geonosis" variants in the original.

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* AndYourRewardIsClothes: It's Its "Security" and "Geonosis" variants in the original.



* TankGoodness: The AATs, Super Tanks, and Hailfire droids have always been a part of the series. They have their first real impact on gameplay, and are first drivable in ''The Clone Wars''.

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* TankGoodness: The AATs, [=AATs=], Super Tanks, and Hailfire droids have always been a part of the series. They have their first real impact on gameplay, and are first drivable in ''The Clone Wars''.



* NoSell: Their shields are completely immune to blaster fire (except from other Droidekas).

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* NoSell: HeavilyArmoredMook: Blaster bolts simply deflect off their shields, forcing you to take a lightsaber to them, and even then it takes a whopping ''10 hits'' to destroy their shields and four more to kill the Droideka. Fortunately the GroundPound attack and a well-timed combo can short out their shields instantly.
* KungFuProofMook:
Their shields are completely immune to blaster fire (except from other Droidekas).



* PaletteSwap: In the original game, Geonosians will randomly appear with either a regular blaster or their unique sonic blasters, denoted by the red or green studs at the end of their weapons. Both variants are functionally identical.



* HeavilyArmoredMook: In that they can take three hits rather than just one like regular Battle Droids.



* AlasPoorYorick

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* AlasPoorYorickAlasPoorYorick: Boba holding up his helmet is still in the games.



* GetBackHereBoss: In his first boss fight in the original game, Jango will stop attacking and start fleeing from the player when down to one heart of health.



* AndYourRewardIsClothes: His Sith form in the original.



* BraggingRightsReward: His Sith form in the original game is unlocked after completing the secret level, which itself requires completing every minikit in the game. While he is a fully capable combatant in this form as opposed to his helpless regular form, he's functionally no different from any other Dark Side character.



* JokeCharacter: Chancellor Palpatine in the first game.

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* JokeCharacter: Chancellor Palpatine in the first game.game is one of the few characters with no practical use whatsoever.



* InASingleBound: They can only jump once, but their one jump is as high as Jar Jar's double jump.



* SecretCharacter: The Stromtrooper is unlocked through the BonusLevel in the original.

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* SecretCharacter: The Stromtrooper Stormtrooper is unlocked through the BonusLevel in the original.


** The [=AT-RTs=] return[[note]]At a considerably smaller size[[/note]] along with the new AT-PT in ' The Clone Wars''.

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** The [=AT-RTs=] return[[note]]At a considerably smaller size[[/note]] along with the new AT-PT in ' The ''The Clone Wars''.



* CoolStarship: His green Delta-7B in ''Clone Wars''.

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* CoolStarship: His green Delta-7B in ''Clone ''The Clone Wars''.



Captain of the famed Torrent Company under Anakin Skywalker. Captain Rex was a loyal soldier, but not above questioning orders he disagrees with.

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Captain of the famed Torrent Company 501st Legion under Anakin Skywalker. Captain Rex was a loyal soldier, but not above questioning orders he disagrees with.



* AdaptedOut: Finally appears here after not being present in the original game or its update.

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* AdaptedOut: Finally appears here after not being present in the original game or its update.



A [[HalfHumanHybrid human/something else hybrid]] who now makes a point to hunt down Jedi.

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A [[HalfHumanHybrid human/something else hybrid]] Palliduvan who now makes a point to hunt down Jedi.is one of the most dangerous bounty hunters in the Galaxy.



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A shape-shifting bounty hunter hired to eliminate Padme Amidala, Zam was hunted by Obi-Wan and Anakin through the streets of Coruscant. When they found her, Jango Fett killed her to keep her from speaking.

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A shape-shifting bounty hunter hired to eliminate Padme Padmé Amidala, Zam was hunted by Obi-Wan and Anakin through the streets of Coruscant. When they found her, Jango Fett killed her to keep her from speaking.
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A Kaminoian geneticist, Lama Su works at the facility in which the Clone Army is being bred

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A Kaminoian geneticist, Lama Su works at the facility in which the Clone Army is being bred
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* DualWielding: Strangely averted in ''The Complete Saga''. She used her familiar style in ''The Clone Wars'', however.

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* DualWielding: Strangely averted in ''The Complete Saga''. She used her familiar style in ''The Clone Wars'', however.
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* CoolStarship: His blue Delta-7B in ''The Clone Wars.''

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* CoolStarship: His blue Delta-7B in ''The Clone Wars.''Wars''.



!! Indiana Jones

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!! Indiana !!Indiana Jones




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!! Buzz Droid

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!! Buzz !!Buzz Droid




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!! Training Remote

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!! Training !!Training Remote




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!! Wampa

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!! Wampa!!Wampa




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!! First playable in ''LEGO Star Wars III: The Clone Wars''

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!! First !!First playable in ''LEGO Star Wars III: The Clone Wars''




!! Ahsoka Tano:
A Togrutan Padawan assigned to Anakin Skywalker during the Clone Wars, much to his chagrin.

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\n!! Ahsoka !!Ahsoka Tano:
A Togrutan Togruta Padawan assigned to Anakin Skywalker during the Clone Wars, much to his chagrin.
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!! Barriss Offee

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!! Barriss !!Barriss Offee



!! Nadhar Vebb

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!! Nadhar !!Nahdar Vebb




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!! Adi Gallia

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!! Adi !!Adi Gallia



!! Eeth Koth

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!! Eeth !!Eeth Koth



!! Admiral Yularen

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!! Admiral !!Admiral Yularen




!!Captain Typho
Padme Amidala's loyal head of security. he lost his eye in the Battle of Naboo.
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!! Captain Typho
Padme Amidala's loyal head of security. he lost his eye in the Battle of Naboo.

!! Queen Neeyutnee

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!! Captain Typho
Padme Amidala's loyal head of security. he lost his eye in the Battle of Naboo.

!! Queen
!!Queen Neeyutnee



!! Senator Kharrus

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!! Senator !!Senator Kharrus




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!! Lieutenant Thire

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!! Rys

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!! Jek

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!! Jek!!Jek




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!! Captain Rex

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!! Captain !!Captain Rex




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!! Waxer

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!! Waxer!!Waxer



!! Boil

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!! Boil!!Boil



!! Commander Ponds

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!! Commander !!Commander Ponds



!! Commander Stone
A commander who found himself under the tenuous command of General Jar Jar Binks during the mission to rescue Generals Kenobi and Skywalker

!! Commander Bly

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!! Commander !!Commander Stone
A commander who found himself under the tenuous command of General Jar Jar Binks during the mission to rescue Generals Kenobi and Skywalker

!! Commander
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!!Commander
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!! Commander Fil
A clone who accompanied Kit Fist and Nadhar Vebb to Vassek to fight General Grievous.

!! Hevy

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!! Commander !!Commander Fil
A clone who accompanied Kit Fist and Nadhar Nahdar Vebb to Vassek to fight General Grievous.

!! Hevy!!Hevy




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!! Echo

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!! Echo!!Echo



!! Fives

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!! Fives!!Fives






A nightsister native to Dathomir, she was sold into slavery and became a Padawan. But when her master was killed, she turned to the Dark Side. She now aids Count Dooku in leading the Sepratist Army.

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A nightsister Nightsister native to Dathomir, she was sold into slavery and became a Padawan. But when her master was killed, she turned to the Dark Side. She now aids Count Dooku in leading the Sepratist Army.
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!! Cad Bane
Commonly referred to as "The best since Jango lost his head," Bane is a male Duros bounty hunter who was contracted by Darth Sidious several times during the Clone Wars.

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!! Cad !!Cad Bane
Commonly referred to as "The "the best since Jango lost his head," head", Bane is a male Duros bounty hunter who was contracted by Darth Sidious several times during the Clone Wars.
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!! Aurra Sing
A former Jedi Padawan, Sing is a [[HalfHumanHybrid human/something else hybrid]] who now makes a point to hunt down Jedi.

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!! Aurra !!Aurra Sing
A former Jedi Padawan, Sing is a [[HalfHumanHybrid human/something else hybrid]] who now makes a point to hunt down Jedi.
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!! Robonino

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!! Robonino!!Robonino



!! Shahan Alama
A former Weequay who was kicked out for being [[NoodleIncident too wild and unruly]], Shahan turned to a life as a bounty hunter.

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!! Shahan !!Shahan Alama
A former Weequay former pirate who was kicked out for being [[NoodleIncident too wild and unruly]], Shahan turned to a life as a bounty hunter.
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!! HELIOS-3D

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!! HELIOS-3D!!HELIOS-3D




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!! IG-86
The IG-86 sentinel series was created by Holowan Laboratories as bodyguards, but found their way to less-legal uses. A few have accompanied Can bane on at least one mission.

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!! IG-86
!!IG-86
The IG-86 sentinel series was created by Holowan Laboratories as bodyguards, but found their way to less-legal uses. A few have accompanied Can bane Cad Bane on at least one mission.



!! King Katuunko

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!! King !!King Katuunko



!! Wag Too

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!! Wag !!Wag Too




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!! Tub

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!! Thi-Sen

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!! Thi-Sen!!Thi-Sen




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!! Chi Cho

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!! Chi !!Chi Cho




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!! Riyo Chuchi

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!! Riyo !!Riyo Chuchi




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!! Commando Droid

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!! Commando Droid!!Commando Droids



A trandoshan scavenger who sold supplies to both sides of the war.

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A trandoshan Trandoshan scavenger who sold supplies to both sides of the war.
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The father of Wag Too. He refuses to aid the republic, as he feels they are just as responsible for the war as the Separatists.

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The father of Wag Too. He refuses to aid the republic, Republic, as he feels they are just as responsible for the war as the Separatists.
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* AdaptationalBadass: Is an ActualPacifist who refuses to fight in the show. Here, as with most characters, he has a weapon.




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!! First playable in ''LEGO Star Wars: The Video Game''

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!! First !!First playable in ''LEGO Star Wars: The Video Game''



Jedi Master and trainer of Obi-Wan Kenobi. He is a very unconventional Jedi master and, being deeply attuned with the Living Force, often goes on side trips to help weaker and seemingly useless life forms. He and his apprentice were dispatched to negotiate the terms of the Trade Federation's blockade on the planet Naboo...

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Jedi Master and trainer of Obi-Wan Kenobi. He is a very unconventional Jedi master Master and, being deeply attuned with the Living Force, often goes on side trips to help weaker and seemingly useless life forms. He and his apprentice were dispatched to negotiate the terms of the Trade Federation's blockade on the planet Naboo...
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** You get a revamped version of his ''Film/AttackOfTheClones'' outfit at the beginning of ''The Clone Wars'', and get his outfit from the installment shortly afterwards. His arctic gear from one episode is a handheld exclusive.

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** You get a revamped version of his ''Film/AttackOfTheClones'' outfit at the beginning of ''The Clone Wars'', and get his outfit from the installment series shortly afterwards. His arctic gear from one episode is a handheld exclusive.




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!!Padme Amidala/Naberrie

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!!Padme !!Padmé Amidala/Naberrie




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* RetCanon: Her Geonosis variant from the original LEGO Star Wars Video Game was redesigned in ''The Clone Wars'' to better match her appearance from the installment it is based on.
** Her Geonosis and Queen variants were updated to closer match the newer minifigures in ''The Force Awakens''.

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* RetCanon: Her Geonosis variant from the original LEGO ''LEGO Star Wars Video Game Wars'' video game was redesigned in ''The Clone Wars'' to better match her appearance from the installment movie it is based on.
** Her Geonosis and Queen variants were updated to closer more closely match the newer minifigures in ''The Force Awakens''.




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* AndYourRewardIsClothes: His "Padawan," "Jedi," and "Darth Vader" outfits in the Prequel Trilogy.

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* AndYourRewardIsClothes: His "Padawan," "Jedi," "Padawan", "Jedi", and "Darth Vader" outfits in the Prequel Trilogy.



** His normal show appearance, "Darth Vader," and a battle-damaged Vader variant in ''The Clone Wars.'' His snow gear from one episode is a handheld exclusive.

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** His normal show appearance, "Darth Vader," Vader", and a battle-damaged Vader variant in ''The Clone Wars.'' Wars''. His snow gear from one episode is a handheld exclusive.



* ArchNemesisDad: To Luke and Leia.
* BattleBoomerang: The Lightsaber throw was his special ability in the Game Boy Advance version of the first game, before it became a standard Jedi ability in ''The Clone Wars''.

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* ArchNemesisDad: ArchnemesisDad: To Luke and Leia.
* BattleBoomerang: The Lightsaber lightsaber throw was his special ability in the Game Boy Advance version of the first game, before it became a standard Jedi ability in ''The Clone Wars''.



** On a much larger scale, his flagship, the ''Resolute'', forms one half of ''The Clone Wars''' HubLevel.

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** On a much larger scale, his flagship, the ''Resolute'', forms one half of ''The Clone Wars''' Wars''[='=] HubLevel.



* LighterAndSofter: Since the games are more family friendly, Anakin's worse deeds from ''Film/RevengeOfTheSith'' are removed - rather than strangling Padmé, he just dumps her in a huff. Also, his defeat on Mustafar is less horrific, with Anakin ''merely'' getting his limbs sliced off.

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* LighterAndSofter: Since the games are more family friendly, family-friendly, Anakin's worse deeds from ''Film/RevengeOfTheSith'' are removed - rather than strangling Padmé, he just dumps her in a huff. Also, his defeat on Mustafar is less horrific, with Anakin ''merely'' getting his limbs sliced off.



** His Geonosis variant from the original was redesigned in ''The Clone Wars'' to better match his appearance from the installment of the same name.

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** His Geonosis variant from the original was redesigned in ''The Clone Wars'' to better match his appearance from the installment show of the same name.



** His Podracer and ''Film/RevengeOfTheSith'' variants can be unlocked by finding collectibles in ''The Force Awakens''.

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** His Podracer podracer and ''Film/RevengeOfTheSith'' variants can be unlocked by finding collectibles in ''The Force Awakens''.




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The dim-witted soldiers of the Trade Federation and Confederacy, Battle Droids are programmed to hunt down Jedi and Clone Trooper alike. They oppose our heroes frequently until they are put out of commission following the rise of the Empire.

They are playable in ''LEGO Star Wars'' in standard, security, commander, and "Geonosis" variants. Their standard and commander versions reappear in ''The Clone Wars''

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The dim-witted soldiers of the Trade Federation and Confederacy, Battle Droids are programmed to hunt down Jedi and Clone Trooper clone troopers alike. They oppose our heroes frequently until they are put out of commission following the rise of the Empire.

They are playable in ''LEGO Star Wars'' in standard, security, commander, and "Geonosis" variants. Their standard and commander versions reappear in ''The Clone Wars''
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** They return in ''The Clone Wars'' alongside the new Hyena Bombers and ''The Halo''.

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** They return in ''The Clone Wars'' alongside the new Hyena Bombers and ''The Halo''.the ''Halo''.




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* RetCanon: They were redesigned in ''The Clone Wars'' to better match their appearance from the installment it is based on.

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* RetCanon: They were redesigned in ''The Clone Wars'' to better match their appearance from the installment it is series it's based on.




* CoolStarship: The N-1s and Republic Shuttles they're seen piloting in the game. Both are playable as minikits in ''The Original Trilogy.''

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* CoolStarship: The N-1s and Republic Shuttles they're seen piloting in the game. Both are playable as minikits in ''The Original Trilogy.''Trilogy''.



!!Tusken Raider

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* HeroKiller: He killed Qui-Gon Jinn, who is a heroic Jedi master.

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* HeroKiller: He killed Qui-Gon Jinn, who is a heroic Jedi master.Master.



** Is a carbonite block in ''The Force Awakens''

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** Is a carbonite block in ''The Force Awakens''
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!! R4-P17

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A member of the Jedi Council, Mace Windu was a Korun Human Jedi who took part in many battles during the Clone Wars. He was killed by Anakin Skywalker in defence of Chancellor Palpatine just before Order 66.

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A member of the Jedi Council, Mace Windu was a Korun Human human Jedi who took part in many battles during the Clone Wars. He was killed by Anakin Skywalker in defence of Chancellor Palpatine just before Order 66.




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* RetCanon: He is redesigned in ''The Clone Wars'' to match his appearance from the installment it is based on.

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* RetCanon: He is redesigned in ''The Clone Wars'' to match his appearance from the installment it is show it's based on.



Created by Kaminoian scientists using Jango Fett as a template, this army was commissioned by Darth Tyranus, but ended up in the hands of the Galactic Republic. They served the Jedi loyally, until Order 66 was issued, when they turned on them. Some of the survivors of the Clone Wars became Imperial Stormtroopers later.

* AndYourRewardIsClothes: In addition to the ''Film/AttackOfTheClones'' variant, the original game also has their "Pilot"[[note]]Which have different helmets from the clone pilots in the movie[[/note]], "Swamp", "Walker", and "Disguised forms from ''Film/RevengeOfTheSith'' for purchase.
** ''The Clone Wars'' brings back the original and Pilot outfits, along with the new "Workout Troopers," "Senate Commandos," and "Senate Commando Captains." The Galactic Marines, Stealth Troopers, Jet Troopers, and Clone Snowtroopers are also available on the handheld versions.
* {{BFG}}: A "Heavy Weapons Trooper" was added in ''The Clone Wars, which was identical to the regular trooper, except for the large rocket launcher he was packing.
* CanonForeigner: Their disguised forms[[note]]Dressed like Jedi to lure in unsuspecting Jedi for the kill[[/note]], were only in deleted scenes of ''Film/RevengeOfTheSith''.
** On a less serious note, the Workout Troopers

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Created by Kaminoian scientists using Jango Fett as a template, this army was commissioned by Darth Tyranus, but ended up in the hands of the Galactic Republic. They served the Jedi loyally, loyally until Order 66 was issued, when they turned on them. Some of the survivors of the Clone Wars became Imperial Stormtroopers later.

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* AndYourRewardIsClothes: In addition to the ''Film/AttackOfTheClones'' variant, the original game also has their "Pilot"[[note]]Which have different helmets from the clone pilots in the movie[[/note]], "Swamp", "Walker", and "Disguised "Disguised" forms from ''Film/RevengeOfTheSith'' for purchase.
** ''The Clone Wars'' brings back the original and Pilot outfits, along with the new "Workout Troopers," Troopers", "Senate Commandos," Commandos", and "Senate Commando Captains." Captains". The Galactic Marines, Stealth Troopers, Jet Troopers, and Clone Snowtroopers are also available on the handheld versions.
* {{BFG}}: A "Heavy Weapons Trooper" was added in ''The Clone Wars, Wars'', which was identical to the regular trooper, except for the large rocket launcher he was he's packing.
* CanonForeigner: Their disguised forms[[note]]Dressed like Jedi to lure in unsuspecting Jedi for the kill[[/note]], kill[[/note]] were only in deleted scenes of ''Film/RevengeOfTheSith''.
** On a less serious note, the Workout TroopersTroopers.



* CoolStarship: The ARC-170 and V-Wing, which appear in and Minikit form in ''The Original Trilogy''. The Former was upgraded to a full vehicle in ''The Complete Saga'', and returned along with a full-sized version of the latter in ''The Clone Wars''. Numerous Republic Star Destroyers and Frigates litter space levels as well.

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* CoolStarship: The ARC-170 and V-Wing, which appear in and Minikit form in ''The Original Trilogy''. The Former was upgraded to a full vehicle in ''The Complete Saga'', and returned along with a full-sized version of the latter in ''The Clone Wars''. Numerous Republic Star Destroyers and Frigates frigates litter space levels as well.



* PoweredArmor: Somehow got their hands on a [[Film/{{Alien}} a familiar-looking set]] before the assault on Queen Karina the Great's lair, but Obi-Wan wouldn't let them use it. [[spoiler: It's unlockable anyway.]]

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* PoweredArmor: Somehow got their hands on a [[Film/{{Alien}} a familiar-looking set]] before the assault on Queen Karina the Great's lair, but Obi-Wan wouldn't let them use it. [[spoiler: It's [[spoiler:It's unlockable anyway.]]




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* CoolStarship: The Slave-1. It's only playable with Jango's purple paint job in ''The Clone Wars'', however.

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* CoolStarship: The Slave-1.''Slave 1''. It's only playable with Jango's purple paint job in ''The Clone Wars'', however.



An "unaltered" clone given to Jango in exchance for his compliance in the Cloning process, to be raised as his son. After his father's death, he took his father's equipment and followed in his footsteps as a bounty hunter. During the Galactic Civil War, he was contracted to find Han Solo.

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An "unaltered" clone given to Jango in exchance for his compliance in the Cloning cloning process, to be raised as his son. After his father's death, he took his father's equipment and followed in his footsteps as a bounty hunter. During the Galactic Civil War, he was contracted to find Han Solo.
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* CoolStarship: The Slave-1 he inherited from his father. It is playable in both regular and minikit forms in ''The Original Trilogy''[[note]]Only in Boba's Green coloration, not his father's purple[[/note]].

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* CoolStarship: The Slave-1 he inherited from his father. It is playable in both regular and minikit forms in ''The Original Trilogy''[[note]]Only in Boba's Green green coloration, not his father's purple[[/note]].



* SecretCharacter: A minikit in ''The Clone Wars.''

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* SecretCharacter: A minikit in ''The Clone Wars.''Wars''.



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!!Ki-Adi Mundi
A Cerean Jedi Master who became a General in the clone wars. He was killed on Mygeeto when Order 66 was issued.

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!!Ki-Adi Mundi
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A Cerean Jedi Master who became a General in the clone wars.Clone Wars. He was killed on Mygeeto when Order 66 was issued.




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A Togrutan Jedi who accompanied Mace Windu to Geonosis. She was a General in the Clone Wars and was among the few Jedi to survive the Battle of Geonosis.

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A Togrutan Togruta Jedi who accompanied Mace Windu to Geonosis. She was a General in the Clone Wars and was among the few Jedi to survive the Battle of Geonosis.
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* RetCanon: He was redesigned in ''The Clone Wars'' to better match his appearance from the installment it is based on.

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* RetCanon: He was redesigned in ''The Clone Wars'' to better match his appearance from the installment it is series it's based on.
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* RetCanon: He received a redesign in ''The Clone Wars'' to match his appearance from the installment it is based on.
* SecretCharacter: Both of his forms in ''The Clone Wars''. His Chancellor for is given for conquering the whole galaxy in Republic Conquest mode, while his Sith form is a minikit. In ''The Force Awakens'' both Emperor and Chancellor are available as Carbonite bricks

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* RetCanon: He received a redesign in ''The Clone Wars'' to match his appearance from the installment it is show it's based on.
* SecretCharacter: Both of his forms in ''The Clone Wars''. His Chancellor for form is given for conquering the whole galaxy in Republic Conquest mode, while his Sith form is a minikit. In ''The Force Awakens'' both Emperor and Chancellor are available as Carbonite bricksbricks.




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!!Grievous' Bodyguard/[=MagnaGuard=]

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* EliteMooks: Stronger than the Battle droids, and their electro-staffs act like lightsabers, allowing them to block direct attacks.

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* EliteMooks: Stronger than the Battle battle droids, and their electro-staffs act like lightsabers, allowing them to block direct attacks.



* RetCanon: They were redesigned for ''The Clone Wars'' to better match their appearance from the installment it is based on.

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* RetCanon: They were redesigned for ''The Clone Wars'' to better match their appearance from the installment it is show it's based on.




* AwesomeBackpack: Amusingly enough, the extra that lets Chewie carry a C-3PO backpack around also applies to these guys. This means that in the "Defense of Kashyyyk" mission there can be up to 5 wookiees carrying around dismembered protocol droids all in the same place.

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He appears in ''LEGO Star Wars'' first, then gets a redesign in ''The Clone Wars'' to better match his appearance from the installment the game is based on.

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* [[DualWielding Quad Wielding]]



* RetCanon: He was redesigned for ''The Clone Wars'' in order to better match his appearance from the installment the game is based on.

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* [[DualWielding Quad Wielding]]
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* CanonForeigner: The Beach troopers are exclusive to the game.

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* CanonForeigner: The Beach troopers Troopers are exclusive to the game.



* CoolBike: Enemies in the console version; Fully playable vehicles on the GBA.

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* CoolBike: Enemies in the console version; Fully fully playable vehicles on the GBA.



The daughter of Anakin Skywalker and Padme, and the sister of Luke Skywalker, Leia was adopted by Senator Bail Organa upon her Mother's Death. She eventually became involved with the Rebel Alliance, which led to her home planet Alderaan's destruction. She has a strange relationship with the smuggler Han Solo.

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The daughter of Anakin Skywalker and Padme, Padmé, and the sister of Luke Skywalker, Leia was adopted by Senator Bail Organa upon her Mother's Death. She eventually became involved with the Rebel Alliance, which led to her home planet Alderaan's destruction. She has a strange relationship with the smuggler Han Solo.




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** Her Classic outfit is one of the carbonite blocks in ''The Force Awakens''.

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** Her Classic classic outfit is one of the carbonite blocks in ''The Force Awakens''.



The forces of the Rebel Alliance. They fight to end the tyranny of the Emperor. Like Their Stormtrooper counterparts, they come in a variety of forms for different jobs and environments.

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The forces of the Rebel Alliance. They fight to end the tyranny of the Emperor. Like Their their Stormtrooper counterparts, they come in a variety of forms for different jobs and environments.
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* {{Mook}}: In the first game's BonusLevel.



* RedShirt: In the first game's BonusLevel.



!! First playable in ''LEGO Star Wars II: The Original Trilogy''

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* SacrificialLion: The first named casualty in ''Film/ANewHope'', and it's mostly to display Darth Vader's Force Choke ability.

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* SacrificialLion: The first named casualty in ''Film/ANewHope'', and it's mostly to display Darth Vader's Force Choke Force-Choke ability.




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Raised by his Uncle Owen and Aunt Beru after his father, a pilot on a spice freighter, died years ago. After buying a pair of droids from some Jawas, his family was murdered. Under the tutelage of Obi-Wan and Yoda, he learned the force and went on to destroy the Empire and his father, Darth Vader.

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Raised by his Uncle Owen and Aunt Beru after his father, a pilot on a spice freighter, died years ago. After buying a pair of droids from some Jawas, his family was murdered. Under the tutelage of Obi-Wan and Yoda, he learned the force Force and went on to destroy the Empire and his father, Darth Vader.
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* DressingAsTheEnemy: Stormtrooper!Luke

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* DressingAsTheEnemy: Stormtrooper!LukeStormtrooper!Luke.



A smuggler and captain of the ''Millennium falcon'' who wound up working with the Rebel Alliance after failing to avoid "Imperial Entanglements" on a trip with Luke and Obi-Wan. He enjoys a strange relationship with Princess Leia.

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A smuggler and captain of the ''Millennium falcon'' Falcon'' who wound up working with the Rebel Alliance after failing to avoid "Imperial Entanglements" on a trip with Luke and Obi-Wan. He enjoys a strange relationship with Princess Leia.




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A Kabuz who tipped off the Empire to two strange droids in Mos Eisley.

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A Kabuz Kubaz who tipped off the Empire to two strange droids in Mos Eisley.
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* PromotedToPlayable: Originaly playable on the DS version of ''The Original Trilogy'', they joined the console roster in ''The Clone Wars''.

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!! IG-88

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!! Dengar

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* CoolStarship: Their Cloud Cars, which are minikits in ''The Original Trilogy.''

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!! Rancor

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** Only playable in ''The Complete Saga through the "Extra Toggle" power brick.

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** Only playable in ''The Complete Saga Saga'' through the "Extra Toggle" power brick.



Small, furry, bear-like creatures native to Endor that helped the rebels defend their homeworld.

* DemotedToExtra: In the console versions of ' The Clone Wars''.

!! Imperial Guard

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Small, furry, bear-like creatures native to Endor that helped the rebels Rebels defend their homeworld.

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!! Admiral Ackbar

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!! Skeleton
A walking pile of bones with the ability to [[CrazyAwesome rip off it's left arm club stormtroopers with it]].

* CanonForeigner: Well, there ''are'' skeletons in the Star Wars universe, but they tend to not walk around assaulting people.
* ImprobableWeaponUser: It ''beats up enemies'' using it's ''own disembodied arm'' as a ''club''!

!! Tatooine Droids

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!! Skeleton
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* CanonForeigner: Well, there ''are'' skeletons in the Star Wars ''Star Wars'' universe, but they tend to not walk around assaulting people.
* ImprobableWeaponUser: It ''beats up enemies'' using it's its ''own disembodied arm'' as a ''club''!

!! Tatooine !!Tatooine Droids




* ImprobableWeaponUser: Not that a blaster in "unusual," per se, but would you really expect ''these guys'' to be carrying them.

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* HelpfulMook: In Grievous chapter 1 of ''The Clone Wars'', you can optionally construct Gold Super Battle Droids that will follow you and attack enemies for you, as well as one you are required to build (outside Free Play) to clear a gold obstacle that it can destroy with rapid fire.


* DownloadableContent: He is part of the Prequel Trilogy DLC Pack in ''The Force Awakens''.



** His TIE Advanced from ''Film/ANewHope''becomes playable in ''The Original Trilogy'', again in regular and mini varieties.

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** His TIE Advanced from ''Film/ANewHope''becomes ''Film/ANewHope'' becomes playable in ''The Original Trilogy'', again in regular and mini varieties.



* DownloadableContent: The Commander variant is part of the Droids DLC Pack in ''The Force Awakens''.



* EliteMooks: The Commander variant from takes two hits to kill instead of just one like the others. Also, the enemy version is a MookMaker and the playable version lets you make other droids tag along with you as allies.

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* EliteMooks: The Commander variant from takes two hits to kill instead of just one like the others. Also, the enemy version is a MookMaker and the playable version lets you make other droids tag along with you as allies.



* DownloadableContent: He is part of the Jedi DLC Pack in ''The Force Awakens''.



* DownloadableContent: They are part of the Droids DLC Pack in ''The Force Awakens''.



* DownloadableContent: He is part of the Prequel Trilogy DLC Pack in ''The Force Awakens''.



* DownloadableContent: She is part of the Jedi DLC Pack in ''The Force Awakens''.



* DownloadableContent: He is part of the Jedi DLC Pack in ''The Force Awakens''.



* DownloadableContent: He is part of the Jedi DLC Pack in ''The Force Awakens''.



* DownloadableContent: She is part of the Jedi DLC Pack in ''The Force Awakens''.



* SecretCharacter: He is one of the carbonite blocks in ''The Force Awakens''.



* DownloadableContent: He is part of the Clone Wars DLC Pack in ''The Force Awakens''.



* DownloadableContent: He is part of the Droids DLC Pack in ''The Force Awakens''.



* AdaptationalBadass: He did no fighting in the movie, yet here has the moveset of a pro boxer.

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* AdaptationalBadass: He did no fighting in the movie, ''Film/TheEmpireStrikesBack'', yet here has the moveset of a pro boxer.



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%%* MightyGlacier: It may be invulnerable to damage, but 's also very slow.

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%%* * AttackOfTheFiftyFootWhatever
%%* * MightyGlacier: It may be invulnerable to damage, but 's also very slow.



* DownloadableContent: She is part of the Prequel Trilogy DLC Pack in ''The Force Awakens''.



* DownloadableContent: She is part of the Jedi DLC Pack in ''The Force Awakens''.




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* DownloadableContent: He is part of the Jedi DLC Pack in ''The Force Awakens''.



* DownloadableContent: She is part of the Rebels DLC Pack in ''The Force Awakens''.



* AdaptedOut: It took the good Senator two-and-a-half games to appear, despite his role in ''Revenge of the Sith''.

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* AdaptedOut: It took the good Senator two-and-a-half games to appear, despite his role in ''Revenge of the Sith''.
''Film/RevengeOfTheSith''.



* DownloadableContent: He is part of the Clone Wars DLC Pack in ''The Force Awakens''.



* CoolStarship: her Trident Assault Craft

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* CoolStarship: her Trident Assault Craft
Craft.
* DownloadableContent: She is part of the Clone Wars DLC Pack in ''The Force Awakens''.


* [[CoolBoat Cool Sub]]: The Bongo he uses to take Qui-Gon and Obi-Wan to Theed. It is one of the many playable minikit vehicles in ''The Original Trilogy''.

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* [[CoolBoat Cool Sub]]: CoolBoat: The Bongo he uses to take Qui-Gon and Obi-Wan to Theed. It is one of the many playable minikit vehicles in ''The Original Trilogy''.



* [[SolarSail Solar Sailor]]: His escape ship from ''Film/AttackOfTheClones''. It's a playable minikit in ''Original Trilogy''.

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* [[SolarSail Solar Sailor]]: SolarSail: His escape ship from ''Film/AttackOfTheClones''. It's a playable minikit in ''Original Trilogy''.



* [[PromotedToPlayable Promoted To Non-Secret]]: For console players in ''The Clone Wars''.

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* [[PromotedToPlayable Promoted To Non-Secret]]: PromotedToPlayable: For console players in ''The Clone Wars''.



* [[TheAllegedCar The Alleged Tank]]: The Defoliator.

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* [[TheAllegedCar The Alleged Tank]]: TheAllegedCar: The Defoliator.


* SecretCharacter: Only playable via code on the Gameboy Advance.

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* SecretCharacter: Only playable via code on the Gameboy Advance.
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Only playable in the GameBoy Advance version of ''The Original Trilogy'', and on the console versions via the "Extra Toggle" cheat, it became fully playable in ''The Clone Wars''.

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Only playable in the GameBoy Advance UsefulNotes/GameBoyAdvance version of ''The Original Trilogy'', and on the console versions via the "Extra Toggle" cheat, it became fully playable in ''The Clone Wars''.


* {{Retcanon}}: His Geonosis variant from the original was redesigned in ''The Clone Wars'' to better match his appearance from the installment it is based.

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* {{Retcanon}}: His Geonosis variant from the original was redesigned in ''The Clone Wars'' to better match his appearance from the installment it is based.based on.


** You get a revamped version of his ''Film/AttackOfTheClones'' outfit at the beginning of ''The Clone Wars'', and get his outfit from the show shortly afterwards. His arctic gear from one episode is a handheld exclusive.

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** You get a revamped version of his ''Film/AttackOfTheClones'' outfit at the beginning of ''The Clone Wars'', and get his outfit from the show installment shortly afterwards. His arctic gear from one episode is a handheld exclusive.



* {{Retcanon}}: His Geonosis variant from the original was redesigned in ''The Clone Wars'' to better match his TV appearance.

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* {{Retcanon}}: His Geonosis variant from the original was redesigned in ''The Clone Wars'' to better match his TV appearance.appearance from the installment it is based.



* RetCanon: Her Geonosis variant from the original LEGO Star Wars Video Game was redesigned in ''The Clone Wars'' to better match her TV appearance.

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* RetCanon: Her Geonosis variant from the original LEGO Star Wars Video Game was redesigned in ''The Clone Wars'' to better match her TV appearance.appearance from the installment it is based on.



** His Geonosis variant from the original was redesigned in ''The Clone Wars'' to better match his TV appearance.

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** His Geonosis variant from the original was redesigned in ''The Clone Wars'' to better match his TV appearance.appearance from the installment of the same name.



* RetCanon: Redesigned in ''The Clone Wars'' to better match their TV appearance.

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* RetCanon: Redesigned They were redesigned in ''The Clone Wars'' to better match their TV appearance.
appearance from the installment it is based on.



She returned, unchanged, in ''The Clone Wars''.

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She returned, unchanged, returned unchanged in ''The Clone Wars''.



He reappears in ''The Original Trilogy'', and ''The Clone Wars'', identical in appearance and ability each time.

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He reappears in ''The Original Trilogy'', Trilogy'' and ''The Clone Wars'', Wars'' while being identical in appearance and ability each time.



* RetCanon: Redesigned in ''The Clone Wars'' to match his TV appearance.

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* RetCanon: Redesigned He is redesigned in ''The Clone Wars'' to match his TV appearance.appearance from the installment it is based on.



* RetCanon: Repainted from powder blue to a more movie-and-TV-accurate grey in ''The Clone Wars''.

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* RetCanon: Repainted They are repainted from powder blue to a more movie-and-TV-accurate grey in ''The Clone Wars''.



She returned, basically the same, in ''The Clone Wars''.

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She returned, returned basically the same, same in ''The Clone Wars''.



A Togrutan Jedi who accompanied Mace Windu to Geonosis. She was a General in the Clone Wars, and was among the few Jedi to survive the purge.

She returned in ''The Clone Wars''.

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A Togrutan Jedi who accompanied Mace Windu to Geonosis. She was a General in the Clone Wars, Wars and was among the few Jedi to survive the purge.

She returned in ''The Clone Wars''.
Battle of Geonosis.



* RetCanon: Redesigned to match his TV appearance in ''The Clone Wars''.

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* RetCanon: Redesigned to match his TV appearance He was redesigned in ''The Clone Wars''.
Wars'' to better match his appearance from the installment it is based on.



* RetCanon: Got a redesign in ''The Clone Wars'' to match his TV appearance.

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* RetCanon: Got He received a redesign in ''The Clone Wars'' to match his TV appearance.his appearance from the installment it is based on.



* CoolStarship: Their specialized starfighters appear in ''Clone Wars''.

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* CoolStarship: Their specialized starfighters appear in ''Clone ''The Clone Wars''.



* RetCanon: Redesigned for ''The Clone Wars''.

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* RetCanon: Redesigned They were redesigned for ''The Clone Wars''.
Wars'' to better match their appearance from the installment it is based on.



He appears in ''LEGO Star Wars'' first, then gets a redesign in ''The Clone Wars'' to better match his movie and TV counterparts.

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He appears in ''LEGO Star Wars'' first, then gets a redesign in ''The Clone Wars'' to better match his movie and TV counterparts.
appearance from the installment the game is based on.



* CoolStarship: The Soulless one is a playable vehicle in ''Clone Wars.''
** His flagship, the ''Invisible Hand'', makes up one half of ''Clone Wars''' HubLevel and is the backdrop for several missions.
* DoubleJump: Can do this even without Force powers.

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* CoolStarship: The Soulless one is a playable vehicle in ''Clone ''The Clone Wars.''
** His flagship, the ''Invisible Hand'', makes up one half of ''Clone ''The Clone Wars''' HubLevel and is the backdrop for several missions.
* DoubleJump: Can He can do this even without Force powers.



* RetCanon: Redesigned for ''The Clone Wars''.

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* RetCanon: Redesigned He was redesigned for ''The Clone Wars''.
Wars'' in order to better match his appearance from the installment the game is based on.


Jedi Master and trainer of Obi-Wan Kenobi. He is a very unconventional Jedi m and, being deeply attuned with the Living Force, often goes on side trips to help weaker and seemingly useless life forms. He and his apprentice were dispatched to negotiate the terms of the Trade Federation's blockade on the planet Naboo...

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Jedi Master and trainer of Obi-Wan Kenobi. He is a very unconventional Jedi m master and, being deeply attuned with the Living Force, often goes on side trips to help weaker and seemingly useless life forms. He and his apprentice were dispatched to negotiate the terms of the Trade Federation's blockade on the planet Naboo...



* AndYourRewardIsClothes: He starts in his ''The Phantom Menace'' outfit in the original, but his ''Attack of the Clones'' and ''Revenge of the Sith'' outfits are unlockable as well.
** In ''The Original Trilogy'', you start with his ''New Hope'' attire, and can unlock a "force ghost" version too.
** You get a revamped version of his ''Attack'' outfit at the beginning of ''The Clone Wars'', and get his outfit from the show shortly afterwards. His arctic gear from one episode is a handheld exclusive.
* BadassBeard: From Episode II onwards.
* BadassInDistress: During Episode II. Anakin and Padmé manage to reach him, only for him to get re-captured by Jango anyway.

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* AndYourRewardIsClothes: He starts in his ''The Phantom Menace'' ''Film/ThePhantomMenace'' outfit in the original, but his ''Attack of the Clones'' ''Film/AttackOfTheClones'' and ''Revenge of the Sith'' ''Film/RevengeOfTheSith'' outfits are unlockable as well.
** In ''The Original Trilogy'', you start with his ''New Hope'' ''Film/ANewHope'' attire, and can unlock a "force ghost" version too.
** You get a revamped version of his ''Attack'' ''Film/AttackOfTheClones'' outfit at the beginning of ''The Clone Wars'', and get his outfit from the show shortly afterwards. His arctic gear from one episode is a handheld exclusive.
* BadassBeard: From Episode II ''Film/AttackOfTheClones'' onwards.
* BadassInDistress: During Episode II.''Film/AttackOfTheClones''. Anakin and Padmé manage to reach him, only for him to get re-captured by Jango anyway.



** His Episode III and Classic variants were given significantly better details in ''The Force Awakens''.

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** His Episode III ''Film/RevengeOfTheSith'' and Classic variants were given significantly better details in ''The Force Awakens''.



** His "Classic" and Episode III outfits can be unlocked by unfreezing carbonite blocks in ''The Force Awakens''.

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** His "Classic" and Episode III ''Film/RevengeOfTheSith'' outfits can be unlocked by unfreezing carbonite blocks in ''The Force Awakens''.



* GirlyGirl: First seen in Episode II checking her nails. And has lipstick in every single character variant. Doesn't stop her from kicking some major brick, though.

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* GirlyGirl: First seen in Episode II ''Film/AttackOfTheClones'' checking her nails. And has lipstick in every single character variant. Doesn't stop her from kicking some major brick, though.



Like C3-PO, he appears in all three games, and is exactly the same in each.

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Like C3-PO, C-3PO, he appears in all three games, and is exactly the same in each.



** His storyline with Padmé and his mother is not in the ''Attack of the Clones'' story.
* ArchNemesisDad: To [[spoiler: Luke and Leia]].

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** His storyline with Padmé and his mother is not in the ''Attack of the Clones'' ''Film/AttackOfTheClones'' story.
* ArchNemesisDad: To [[spoiler: Luke and Leia]].Leia.



** His TIE Advanced from ''A New Hope''becomes playable in ''The Original Trilogy'', again in regular and mini varieties.
** His N-1 from ''The Phantom Menace'' becomes playable in ''The Complete Saga''.
** His airspeeder from Episode II becomes a drivable vehicle in ''The Complete Saga''.

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** His TIE Advanced from ''A New Hope''becomes ''Film/ANewHope''becomes playable in ''The Original Trilogy'', again in regular and mini varieties.
** His N-1 from ''The Phantom Menace'' ''Film/ThePhantomMenace'' becomes playable in ''The Complete Saga''.
** His airspeeder from Episode II ''Film/AttackOfTheClones'' becomes a drivable vehicle in ''The Complete Saga''.



* LighterAndSofter: Since the games are more family friendly, Anakin's worse deeds from Episode III are removed - rather than strangling Padmé, he just dumps her in a huff. Also, his defeat on Mustafar is less horrific, with Anakin ''merely'' getting his limbs sliced off.

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* LighterAndSofter: Since the games are more family friendly, Anakin's worse deeds from Episode III ''Film/RevengeOfTheSith'' are removed - rather than strangling Padmé, he just dumps her in a huff. Also, his defeat on Mustafar is less horrific, with Anakin ''merely'' getting his limbs sliced off.



* RetCanon: His ghost form is based on Hayden Christensen's appearance in the special edition of ''Return of the Jedi'', rather than Sebastian Shaw's original appearance.

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* RetCanon: His ghost form is based on Hayden Christensen's appearance in the special edition of ''Return of the Jedi'', ''Film/ReturnOfTheJedi'', rather than Sebastian Shaw's original appearance.



** His Podracer and Episode III variants can be unlocked by finding collectibles in ''The Force Awakens''.

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** His Podracer and Episode III ''Film/RevengeOfTheSith'' variants can be unlocked by finding collectibles in ''The Force Awakens''.



The EG-6 droid, while ungainly, is an integral part of starships, as it is essentially a walking battery with a huge energy capacity. Other than that, it doesn't do much.

* JokeCharacter: It can't do much besides walk around really slowly. It's also invincible, but enemies don't fire on it anyway, so it doesn't matter.

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The EG-6 droid, while ungainly, is an integral part of starships, as it is essentially a walking battery with a huge energy capacity. Other than that, it doesn't do much.

anything.

* JokeCharacter: It can't do much anything besides walk around really slowly. It's also invincible, but enemies don't fire on it anyway, so it doesn't matter.



* JokeCharacter: They don't do much besides walk around, though they are much faster than the Gonk Droids.

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* JokeCharacter: They don't do much anything besides walk around, though they are much faster than the Gonk Droids.



* UnexpectedCharacter: The Droideka was a minikit for "Geonosis Factory" in ''LEGO Star Wars''. Even though all of the other minikits are vehicles, it wasn't too bad. But when ''The Original Trilogy'' made minikits playable, the droideka stayed at its normal size compared to all of the other, vehicle-sized minikits.

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* UnexpectedCharacter: The Droideka was a minikit for "Geonosis "Droid Factory" in ''LEGO Star Wars''. Even though all of the other minikits are vehicles, it wasn't too bad. But when ''The Original Trilogy'' made minikits playable, the droideka stayed at its normal size compared to all of the other, vehicle-sized minikits.



Darth Sidious' first apprentice in the films, Darth Maul is a Zabrak Sith shrouded in mystery. He stealthily hunts the Jedi throughout Episode I, until revealing himself just in time to kill Qui-Gon. However, he is defeated by Obi-Wan soon afterward. [[WesternAnimation/StarWarsTheCloneWars He is presumed dead ... for now]].

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Darth Sidious' first apprentice in the films, Darth Maul is a Zabrak Sith shrouded in mystery. He stealthily hunts the Jedi throughout Episode I, ''Film/ThePhantomMenace'', until revealing himself just in time to kill Qui-Gon. However, he is defeated by Obi-Wan soon afterward. [[WesternAnimation/StarWarsTheCloneWars He is presumed dead ... for now]].



* GiantSpaceFleaFromNowhere: Appears in the final level of Episode I with no prior warning.

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* GiantSpaceFleaFromNowhere: Appears in the final level of Episode I ''Film/ThePhantomMenace'' with no prior warning.



* RememberTheNewGuy: He appears in Episode II without explanation.

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* RememberTheNewGuy: He appears in Episode II ''Film/AttackOfTheClones'' without explanation.



He is playable in ''LEGO Star Wars'' in his appearances from Episodes II and III. His Episode II attire returns the DS version of ''The Original Trilogy'' as a minikit and in ''The Clone Wars''.

* AndYourRewardIsClothes: His ''Revenge'' outfit in the original.

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He is playable in ''LEGO Star Wars'' in his appearances from Episodes II ''Film/AttackOfTheClones'' and III. ''Film/RevengeOfTheSith''. His Episode II ''Film/AttackOfTheClones'' attire returns in the DS version of ''The Original Trilogy'' as a minikit and in ''The Clone Wars''.

* AndYourRewardIsClothes: His ''Revenge'' ''Film/RevengeOfTheSith'' outfit in the original.



* KilledOffscreen: Luke's return to Dagobah in Episode 6 and Yoda's death are cut out of the second game entirely, so the next time you see Yoda after leaving Dagobah in Episode 5 is his ghost at the end of the game.

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* KilledOffscreen: Luke's return to Dagobah in Episode 6 ''Film/ReturnOfTheJedi'' and Yoda's death are cut out of the second game entirely, so the next time you see Yoda after leaving Dagobah in Episode 5 ''Film/TheEmpireStrikesBack'' is his ghost at the end of the game.



* AndYourRewardIsClothes: In addition to the ''Attack'' variant, the original game also has their "Pilot"[[note]]Which have very little resemblance to the clone pilots in the movie[[/note]], "Swamp", "Walker", and "Disguised forms from ''Revenge'' for purchase.

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* AndYourRewardIsClothes: In addition to the ''Attack'' ''Film/AttackOfTheClones'' variant, the original game also has their "Pilot"[[note]]Which have very little resemblance to different helmets from the clone pilots in the movie[[/note]], "Swamp", "Walker", and "Disguised forms from ''Revenge'' ''Film/RevengeOfTheSith'' for purchase.



* CanonForeigner: Their disguised forms[[note]]Dressed like Jedi to lure in unsuspecting Jedi for the kill[[/note]], were only in deleted scenes of Episode III.

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* CanonForeigner: Their disguised forms[[note]]Dressed like Jedi to lure in unsuspecting Jedi for the kill[[/note]], were only in deleted scenes of Episode III.''Film/RevengeOfTheSith''.



* AdaptedOut: Subverted in the Game Boy Version. He is playable as a reward for beating all three episodes, but none of his scenes from ''Attack of the Clones'' are featured.

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* AdaptedOut: Subverted in the Game Boy Version. He is playable as a reward for beating all three episodes, but none of his scenes from ''Attack of the Clones'' ''Film/AttackOfTheClones'' are featured.



* [[SolarSail Solar Sailor]]: His escape ship from ''Attack of the Clones''. It's a playable minikit in ''Original Trilogy''.

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* [[SolarSail Solar Sailor]]: His escape ship from ''Attack of the Clones''.''Film/AttackOfTheClones''. It's a playable minikit in ''Original Trilogy''.



* DeathByAdaptation: He survives the events of Episode III in the films. Here, Grievous kills him.
* DegradedBoss: The Clone Commanders in the "Kashyyyk" level use his design. Compare his health as a PlayerCharacter to the commanders when they are enemies.
* RetCanon: Goes from his appearance in ''Revenge'' in the first game to a new body based on his appearance from ''The Clone Wars''.

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* DeathByAdaptation: He survives the events of Episode III ''Film/RevengeOfTheSith'' in the films. Here, Grievous kills him.
* DegradedBoss: The Clone Commanders in the "Kashyyyk" "Defense of Kashyyyk" level use his design. Compare his health as a PlayerCharacter to the commanders when they are enemies.
* RetCanon: Goes from his appearance in ''Revenge'' ''Film/RevengeOfTheSith'' in the first game to a new body based on his appearance from ''The Clone Wars''.



* AwesomeBackpack: An extra in ''The Original Trilogy'' lets him carry around C-3PO as one, a la ''The Empire Strikes Back''.

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* AwesomeBackpack: An extra in ''The Original Trilogy'' lets him carry around C-3PO as one, a la ''The Empire Strikes Back''.''Film/TheEmpireStrikesBack''.



* AwesomeBackpack: Amusingly enough, the extra that lets Chewie carry a C-3PO backpack around also applies to these guys. This means that in the Kashyyyk mission there can be up to 5 wookiees carrying around dismembered protocol droids all in the same place.

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* AwesomeBackpack: Amusingly enough, the extra that lets Chewie carry a C-3PO backpack around also applies to these guys. This means that in the Kashyyyk "Defense of Kashyyyk" mission there can be up to 5 wookiees carrying around dismembered protocol droids all in the same place.



* CoolStarship: ''The Soulless one is a playable minikit in ''Original Trilogy'' before becoming a full-sized vehicle in ''Clone Wars.''

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* CoolStarship: ''The The Soulless one is a playable minikit in ''Original Trilogy'' before becoming a full-sized vehicle in ''Clone Wars.''



* HeroKiller: Since the game's mechanics require two characters around at any one time, he fights Obi-Wan and Commander Kody, the fight ending when he casually slices Kody.
* OffWithHisHead: Since his original death couldn't really be depicted when made with LEGO, Obi-Wan instead just shoots his head off with Kody's discarded gun.

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* HeroKiller: Since the game's mechanics require two characters around at any one time, he fights Obi-Wan and Commander Kody, Cody, the fight ending when he casually slices Kody.
Cody.
* OffWithHisHead: Since his original death couldn't really be depicted when made with LEGO, Obi-Wan instead just shoots his head off with Kody's Cody's discarded gun.



* SacrificialLion: The first named casualty in ''A New Hope'', and it's mostly to display Darth Vader's Force Choke ability.

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* SacrificialLion: The first named casualty in ''A New Hope'', ''Film/ANewHope'', and it's mostly to display Darth Vader's Force Choke ability.



* AdaptationExpansion: He appears literally ''once'' in the movie.

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* AdaptationExpansion: He appears literally ''once'' in the movie.''Film/ANewHope''.



* BigBad: Of ''A New Hope''.

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* BigBad: Of ''A New Hope''.''Film/ANewHope''.


Jedi Master and trainer of Obi-Wan Kenobi. He is a very unconventional Jedi and, being deeply attuned with the Living Force, often goes on side trips to help weaker and seemingly useless life forms. He and his apprentice were dispatched to negotiate the terms of the Trade Federation's blockade on the planet Naboo...

* BadassBeard
* SecretCharacter: Is a minikit in ''Clone Wars''.

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Jedi Master and trainer of Obi-Wan Kenobi. He is a very unconventional Jedi m and, being deeply attuned with the Living Force, often goes on side trips to help weaker and seemingly useless life forms. He and his apprentice were dispatched to negotiate the terms of the Trade Federation's blockade on the planet Naboo...

* BadassBeard
BadassBeard: He sports this, just like in the films and ''The Clone Wars''.
* SecretCharacter: Is a minikit in ''Clone ''The Clone Wars''.



* AndYourRewardIsClothes: He starts in his ''Phantom Menace'' outfit in the original, but his ''Attack of the Clones'' and ''Revenge of the Sith'' outfits are unlockable as well.

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* AndYourRewardIsClothes: He starts in his ''Phantom ''The Phantom Menace'' outfit in the original, but his ''Attack of the Clones'' and ''Revenge of the Sith'' outfits are unlockable as well.



** You get a revamped version of his ''Attack'' outfit at the beginning of ''Clone Wars'', and get his outfit from the show shortly afterwards. His arctic gear from one episode is a handheld exclusive.

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** You get a revamped version of his ''Attack'' outfit at the beginning of ''Clone ''The Clone Wars'', and get his outfit from the show shortly afterwards. His arctic gear from one episode is a handheld exclusive.



** His Delta-7B in ''Clone Wars''.

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** His Delta-7B in ''Clone ''The Clone Wars''.



* {{Retcanon}}: His Geonosis variant from the original was redesigned in ''Clone Wars'' to better match his TV appearance.

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* {{Retcanon}}: His Geonosis variant from the original was redesigned in ''Clone ''The Clone Wars'' to better match his TV appearance.



* SecretCharacter: His "Original trilogy" outfit is a minikit in ''Clone Wars''.

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* SecretCharacter: His "Original trilogy" outfit is a minikit in ''Clone ''The Clone Wars''.



* AndYourRewardIsClothes: His "Bombad" outfit in the handheld version of ''Clone Wars''.

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* AndYourRewardIsClothes: His "Bombad" outfit in the handheld version of ''Clone ''The Clone Wars''.



* ActionGirl

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* ActionGirlActionGirl: As always.



** In ''Clone Wars'', her normal attire reappears in addition to her default "Geonosis" look.

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** In ''Clone ''The Clone Wars'', her normal attire reappears in addition to her default "Geonosis" look.



* CoolStarship: Her H-Type Nubian, which is playable as a minikit in ''Original Trilogy'', and became a full-sized vehicle in ''Clone Wars''.

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* CoolStarship: Her H-Type Nubian, which is playable as a minikit in ''Original Trilogy'', and became a full-sized vehicle in ''Clone ''The Clone Wars''.



* RetCanon: Her Geonosis variant from the original was redesigned in ''Clone Wars'' to better match her TV appearance.

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* RetCanon: Her Geonosis variant from the original LEGO Star Wars Video Game was redesigned in ''Clone ''The Clone Wars'' to better match her TV appearance.



* TheStoic

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* TheStoic
TheStoic: He rarely shows his emotions.



* AndYourRewardIsClothes: His "Padawan," "Jedi," and "Darth Vader" outfits in the original.

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* AndYourRewardIsClothes: His "Padawan," "Jedi," and "Darth Vader" outfits in the original.Prequel Trilogy.



** His normal show appearance, "Darth Vader," and a battle-damaged Vader variant in ''Clone Wars.'' His snow gear from one episode is a handheld exclusive.

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** His normal show appearance, "Darth Vader," and a battle-damaged Vader variant in ''Clone ''The Clone Wars.'' His snow gear from one episode is a handheld exclusive.



** His yellow Delta-7B and ''The Twilight'' in ''Clone Wars''.
** On a much larger scale, his flagship, the ''Resolute'', forms one half of ''Clone Wars''' HubLevel.
* TheDitz: Seems to be the norm for Jedi Apprentices. Even when dead his ghost burns his toes on the funeral pyre.

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** His yellow Delta-7B and ''The Twilight'' in ''Clone ''The Clone Wars''.
** On a much larger scale, his flagship, the ''Resolute'', forms one half of ''Clone ''The Clone Wars''' HubLevel.
* TheDitz: Seems to be the norm for Jedi Apprentices. Even when dead dead, his ghost burns his toes on the funeral pyre.



* GoodColorsEvilColors: In the original video game, one cutscene has Anakin's blue lightsaber turning red to show that he has turned evil. This was corrected in ''Complete Saga''.

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* GoodColorsEvilColors: In the original video game, one cutscene has Anakin's blue lightsaber turning red to show that he has turned evil. This was corrected in ''Complete ''The Complete Saga''.



** His Geonosis variant from the original was redesigned in ''Clone Wars'' to better match his TV appearance.

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** His Geonosis variant from the original was redesigned in ''Clone ''The Clone Wars'' to better match his TV appearance.



** Both regular and battle-damaged Vader are minikits in ''Clone Wars''.

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** Both regular and battle-damaged Vader are minikits in ''Clone ''The Clone Wars''.



* YouthfulFreckles

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* YouthfulFreckles
YouthfulFreckles: His younger self has these.



** They return in ''Clone Wars'' alongside the new Hyena Bombers and ''The Halo''.
* DropShip: The CIS Drop ships they pilot. They are playable as minikits in ''The Original Trilogy'', and became full-fledged vehicles in ''Clone Wars''.

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** They return in ''Clone ''The Clone Wars'' alongside the new Hyena Bombers and ''The Halo''.
* DropShip: The CIS Drop ships they pilot. They are playable as minikits in ''The Original Trilogy'', and became full-fledged vehicles in ''Clone ''The Clone Wars''.



* TankGoodness: The AATs, Super Tanks, and Hailfire droids have always been a part of the series. They have their first real impact on gameplay, and are first drivable in ''Clone Wars''.

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* TankGoodness: The AATs, Super Tanks, and Hailfire droids have always been a part of the series. They have their first real impact on gameplay, and are first drivable in ''Clone ''The Clone Wars''.



* SpiderTank: The aptly-named Homing Spider Droid appeared in the original game, but made it's first playable appearance in ''Clone Wars'', alongside the new Dwarf Spider Droid.

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* SpiderTank: The aptly-named Homing Spider Droid appeared in the original game, but made it's first playable appearance in ''Clone ''The Clone Wars'', alongside the new Dwarf Spider Droid.



* RetCanon: Redesigned in ''Clone Wars'' to better match the show.

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* RetCanon: Redesigned in ''Clone ''The Clone Wars'' to better match the show.
their TV appearance.



* SecretCharacter: A minikit in ''Clone Wars''.

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* SecretCharacter: A minikit in ''Clone ''The Clone Wars''.



* HeroKiller

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* HeroKillerHeroKiller: He killed Qui-Gon Jinn, who is a heroic Jedi master.



* SecretCharacter: A minikit in ''Clone Wars''.

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* SecretCharacter: A minikit in ''Clone ''The Clone Wars''.



* SacrificialLion

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* SacrificialLionSacrificialLion: He is the first major Jedi to die, leading to the events of the Great Jedi Purge.



* MasterSwordsman

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* MasterSwordsmanMasterSwordsman: As always, he is a very skilled Jedi.



* RetCanon: Redesigned in ''Clone Wars'' to match his TV appearance.

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* RetCanon: Redesigned in ''Clone ''The Clone Wars'' to match his TV appearance.



** ''Clone Wars'' brings back the original and Pilot outfits, along with the new "Workout Troopers," "Senate Commandos," and "Senate Commando Captains." The Galactic Marines, Stealth Troopers, Jet Troopers, and Clone Snowtroopers are also available on the handheld versions.
* {{BFG}}: A "Heavy Weapons Trooper" was added in ''Clone Wars, which was identical to the regular trooper, except for the large rocket launcher he was packing.

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** ''Clone ''The Clone Wars'' brings back the original and Pilot outfits, along with the new "Workout Troopers," "Senate Commandos," and "Senate Commando Captains." The Galactic Marines, Stealth Troopers, Jet Troopers, and Clone Snowtroopers are also available on the handheld versions.
* {{BFG}}: A "Heavy Weapons Trooper" was added in ''Clone ''The Clone Wars, which was identical to the regular trooper, except for the large rocket launcher he was packing.



* CoolBike: The BARC Speeder in ''Clone Wars''.
* CoolStarship: The ARC-170 and V-Wing, which appear in and Minikit form in ''The Original Trilogy''. The Former was upgraded to a full vehicle in ''The Complete Saga'', and returned along with a full-sized version of the latter in ''Clone Wars''. Numerous Republic Star Destroyers and Frigates litter space levels as well.
** ''Clone Wars'' also adds an earlier version of the Y-Wings, the brand-new V-19 Torrents, and [[OneHundredPercentCompletion experimental stealth fighters]] used by Republic forces.

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* CoolBike: The BARC Speeder in ''Clone ''The Clone Wars''.
* CoolStarship: The ARC-170 and V-Wing, which appear in and Minikit form in ''The Original Trilogy''. The Former was upgraded to a full vehicle in ''The Complete Saga'', and returned along with a full-sized version of the latter in ''Clone ''The Clone Wars''. Numerous Republic Star Destroyers and Frigates litter space levels as well.
** ''Clone ''The Clone Wars'' also adds an earlier version of the Y-Wings, the brand-new V-19 Torrents, and [[OneHundredPercentCompletion experimental stealth fighters]] used by Republic forces.



** ''The Complete Saga'' and ''Clone Wars'' add the real deal.
** In ''Clone Wars'' it's joined by it's larger cousin, the LAAT/c, along with Eta-Class Jedi Shuttles, Nu-Class Attack Shuttles, Medical Frigates, and Republic Cruisers.

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** ''The Complete Saga'' and ''Clone ''The Clone Wars'' add the real deal.
** In ''Clone ''The Clone Wars'' it's joined by it's larger cousin, the LAAT/c, along with Eta-Class Jedi Shuttles, Nu-Class Attack Shuttles, Medical Frigates, and Republic Cruisers.



* TankGoodness: The RX-200 in ''Clone Wars''.

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* TankGoodness: The RX-200 in ''Clone ''The Clone Wars''.



** The [=AT-RTs=] return[[note]]At a considerably smaller size[[/note]] along with the new AT-PT in ''Clone Wars''.
* RetCanon: Redesigned in ''Clone Wars'' to match their TV appearances.

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** The [=AT-RTs=] return[[note]]At a considerably smaller size[[/note]] along with the new AT-PT in ''Clone ' The Clone Wars''.
* RetCanon: Redesigned in ''Clone ''The Clone Wars'' to match their TV appearances.



* {{BFG}}: The "Heavy Weapon" variant from ''Clone Wars'' has a rocket launcher on it's arm in place of a blaster.

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* {{BFG}}: The "Heavy Weapon" variant from ''Clone ''The Clone Wars'' has a rocket launcher on it's arm in place of a blaster.



* RetCanon: Repainted from powder blue to a more movie-and-TV-accurate grey in ''Clone Wars''.

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* RetCanon: Repainted from powder blue to a more movie-and-TV-accurate grey in ''Clone ''The Clone Wars''.



* CoolStarship: The Slave-1. It's only playable with Jango's purple paint job in ''Clone Wars'', however.

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* CoolStarship: The Slave-1. It's only playable with Jango's purple paint job in ''Clone ''The Clone Wars'', however.



* RetCanon: Slightly redesigned in ''Clone Wars'' to better match the clone troopers.

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* RetCanon: Slightly redesigned in ''Clone ''The Clone Wars'' to better match the clone troopers.



** Returns as a minikit on all versions of ''Clone Wars''.

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** Returns as a minikit on all versions of ''Clone ''The Clone Wars''.



* RetCanon: Gets a slightly updated look along with his dad in ''Clone Wars''.
* SecretCharacter: A minikit in ''Clone Wars.''

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* RetCanon: Gets a slightly updated look along with his dad in ''Clone ''The Clone Wars''.
* SecretCharacter: A minikit in ''Clone ''The Clone Wars.''



* RetCanon: Redesigned to match his TV appearance in ''Clone Wars''.

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* RetCanon: Redesigned to match his TV appearance in ''Clone ''The Clone Wars''.



* RetCanon: Got a redesign in ''Clone Wars'' to match his TV appearance.
* SecretCharacter: Both of his forms in ''Clone Wars''. His Chancellor for is given for conquering the whole galaxy in Republic Conquest mode, while his Sith form is a minikit. In ''The Force Awakens'' both Emperor and Chancellor are available as Carbonite bricks

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* RetCanon: Got a redesign in ''Clone ''The Clone Wars'' to match his TV appearance.
* SecretCharacter: Both of his forms in ''Clone ''The Clone Wars''. His Chancellor for is given for conquering the whole galaxy in Republic Conquest mode, while his Sith form is a minikit. In ''The Force Awakens'' both Emperor and Chancellor are available as Carbonite bricks



* TookALevelInBadass: His "Chancellor Palpatine" form in ''Clone Wars'' gets a gun and gets his lightsaber in ''The Force Awakens''.

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* TookALevelInBadass: His "Chancellor Palpatine" form in ''Clone ''The Clone Wars'' gets a gun and gets his lightsaber in ''The Force Awakens''.



* RetCanon: Goes from his appearance in ''Revenge'' in the first game to a new body based on the TV show in ''Clone Wars''.

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* RetCanon: Goes from his appearance in ''Revenge'' in the first game to a new body based on the TV show in ''Clone his appearance from ''The Clone Wars''.



* SecretCharacter: Is a minikit in ''Clone Wars''.

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* SecretCharacter: Is a minikit in ''Clone ''The Clone Wars''.



* RetCanon: Redesigned for ''Clone Wars''.

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* RetCanon: Redesigned for ''Clone ''The Clone Wars''.



* RetCanon: Redesigned for ''Clone Wars''.

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* RetCanon: Redesigned for ''Clone ''The Clone Wars''.



** Both the classic Stormtroopers and the new "Dark Troopers" are available as minikits in ''Clone Wars''. The TIE Pilot is on handhelds.

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** Both the classic Stormtroopers and the new "Dark Troopers" are available as minikits in ''Clone ''The Clone Wars''. The TIE Pilot is on handhelds.



** She reappears as a minikit in ''Clone Wars''.

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** She reappears as a minikit in ''Clone ''The Clone Wars''.



* CompositeCharacter: His ''Clone Wars'' appearance puts him in his Tatooine outfit, but gives him his Force powers and his father's blue lightsaber and hairpiece (Colored blonde, of course).

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* CompositeCharacter: His ''Clone ''The Clone Wars'' appearance puts him in his Tatooine outfit, but gives him his Force powers and his father's blue lightsaber and hairpiece (Colored blonde, of course).



* SecretCharacter: He is a minikit in ''Clone Wars''.

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* SecretCharacter: He is a minikit in ''Clone ''The Clone Wars''.



** He is a minikit in ''Clone Wars''. Interestingly, this means he's been playable in more of TT's LEGO games than any other character.

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** He is a minikit in ''Clone ''The Clone Wars''. Interestingly, this means he's been playable in more of TT's LEGO games than any other character.



** AdaptedOut: And then left out of the console versions of ''Clone Wars''. Poor Jawas.

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** AdaptedOut: And then left out of the console versions of ''Clone ''The Clone Wars''. Poor Jawas.



* SecretCharacter: A minikit in ''Clone Wars''.

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* SecretCharacter: A minikit in ''Clone ''The Clone Wars''.



* PromotedToPlayable: Originaly playable on the DS version of ''The Original Trilogy'', they joined the console roster in ''Clone Wars''.

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* PromotedToPlayable: Originaly playable on the DS version of ''The Original Trilogy'', they joined the console roster in ''Clone ''The Clone Wars''.



* AdaptedOut: Not in the console versions of ''Clone Wars''.

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* AdaptedOut: Not in the console versions of ''Clone ''The Clone Wars''.



* SecretCharacter: A minikit in ''Clone Wars''.

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* SecretCharacter: A minikit in ''Clone ''The Clone Wars''.



* DemotedToExtra: In the console versions of ''Clone Wars''.

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* DemotedToExtra: In the console versions of ''Clone ' The Clone Wars''.



* SecretCharacter: A minikit in ''Clone Wars''.

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* SecretCharacter: A minikit in ''Clone ''The Clone Wars''.



* SecretCharacter: A minikit in ''Clone Wars''.

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* SecretCharacter: A minikit in ''Clone ''The Clone Wars''.



They are only playable in vehicle levels in Starfighter form. They return as flyable fighters in ''Clone Wars''.

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They are only playable in vehicle levels in Starfighter form. They return as flyable fighters in ''Clone ''The Clone Wars''.



* CoolStarship: His blue Delta-7B in ''Clone Wars.''

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* CoolStarship: His blue Delta-7B in ''Clone ''The Clone Wars.''


* RetCanon: Her Geonosis variant from the original was redesigned in ''Clone Wars'' to better match his TV appearance.

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* RetCanon: Her Geonosis variant from the original was redesigned in ''Clone Wars'' to better match his her TV appearance.


* BadassInDistress: During Episode II. Anakin and Padmé manage to reach him, only for him to get re-captured by Jango anyway.



* ChuckCunninghamSyndrome: She disappears entirely after helping Obi-Wan and Qui-Gon escape.



* TheDitz: In a world full of them, he still takes the gold.

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* TheDitz: In a world full of them, he still takes the gold. For example, he's introduced stopping to sniff some flowers as a Trade Federation tank rolls toward him.



* {{Nerf}}: Jar Jar is playable in the second game, but since the double jump feature is removed, he's entirely useless.



* LighterAndSofter: Since the games are more family friendly, Anakin's worse deeds from Episode III are removed - rather than strangling Padmé, he just dumps her in a huff. Also, his defeat on Mustafar is less horrific, with Anakin ''merely'' getting his limbs sliced off.




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* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: Since the game leaves out R4's death by Buzz Droid, she just disappears once Obi-Wan and Anakin land in Dooku's flagship.



* StuffBlowingUp: He waylays Obi-Wan's pursuit by planting a lot of bombs in his way. The playable Jango also has the ability to blow up silver LEGO bricks, which would be inherited by his son Boba.



* MyBrainIsBig: Like all Cereans. The original game represents this by him having a second head-piece on top of his head.



* FamilyUnfriendlyDeath: She's shown being sliced into three pieces by Anakin, on-screen.



* ShockAndAwe: His Sith lightning ability.



* EliteMooks

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* EliteMooksEliteMooks: Stronger than the Battle droids, and their electro-staffs act like lightsabers, allowing them to block direct attacks.



* HeroKiller: Since the game's mechanics require two characters around at any one time, he fights Obi-Wan and Commander Kody, the fight ending when he casually slices Kody.
* OffWithHisHead: Since his original death couldn't really be depicted when made with LEGO, Obi-Wan instead just shoots his head off with Kody's discarded gun.



* AdaptationalBadass: Since Vader turns on the Emperor earlier, the Imperial Guard provide the enemies for Luke's fight with the Emperor.



* DoubleJump: Like Jar Jar, it's his special ability.



* DoubleJump: Like Jar Jar, it's his special ability.

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* DoubleJump: Like Jar Jar, it's his special ability.

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