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This is a list of all playable characters in the LEGO Star Wars video game series, organized by the Episode in which they chronologically appear or become unlocked. All playable versions of the character are listed. Because all characters from the original LEGO Star Wars and LEGO Star Wars II: The Original Trilogy are playable in The Complete Saga, only characters who premiered in The Complete Saga are listed as being playable there.


Warning! Unmarked spoilers follow, as we can only assume if you are playing these games, you're familiar with the basic story of Star Wars.

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First playable in LEGO Star Wars: The Video Game

All of these characters reappear in LEGO Star Wars II: The Original Trilogy, some as part of the game, but most as an Old Save Bonus. All reappear in The Complete Saga. Most reappear in some form or another in The Clone Wars.

    Episode I: The Phantom Menace 

Qui-Gon Jinn
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...
  • Badass Beard: He sports this, just like in the films and The Clone Wars.
  • Secret Character: Is a minikit in The Clone Wars.
  • Surrounded by Idiots: Manages to convey this despite being a mute LEGO figure, usually due to Obi-Wan's overeagerness or clumsiness.

Obi-Wan Kenobi

Trained by Qui-Gon, he was also sent to Naboo to negotiate the blockade. After his master's death, he found himself training Anakin Skywalker at his request. Eventually, after surviving Anakin's turn to the Dark Side and Order 66, he would instruct Luke Skywalker in the ways of the force.
  • And Your Reward Is Clothes: 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 A New Hope attire, and can unlock a "force ghost" version too.
    • You get a revamped version of his Attack of the Clones outfit at the beginning of The Clone Wars, and get his outfit from the series shortly afterwards. His arctic gear from one episode is a handheld exclusive.
  • Badass Beard: From Attack of the Clones onwards.
  • Badass in Distress: During Attack of the Clones. Anakin and Padmé manage to reach him, only for him to get re-captured by Jango anyway.
  • Cool Starship: His Et-2 has been playable since the first game.
    • His Delta-2 became a playable minikit in The Original Trilogy.
    • His Delta-7B in The Clone Wars.
  • The Ditz: As an apprentice.
  • Posthumous Character: His ghost variant.
  • Palette Swap: His Padawan and Jedi Master variants use the exact same model, re-textured to match his apperances. Averted with the Jedi Knight variant (different hair model), and Ben Kenobi (same basic model, new animations).
  • Retcanon: His Geonosis variant from the original was redesigned in The Clone Wars to better match his appearance from the installment it is based on.
    • His Revenge of the Sith and Classic variants were given significantly better details in The Force Awakens.
  • Secret Character: His "Original trilogy" outfit is a minikit in The Clone Wars.
    • His "Classic" and Revenge of the Sith outfits can be unlocked by unfreezing carbonite blocks in The Force Awakens.


A silver Protocol droid in service to the Trade Federation.

Jar Jar Binks
A Gungan from Naboo, he joined the Jedi heroes after owing his life to Qui-Gon for saving him from the Battle Droids. He was a major figure in the Battle of Naboo, and eventually became a Gungan general and ambassador for Naboo.
  • And Your Reward Is Clothes: His "Bombad" outfit in the handheld version of The Clone Wars.
  • Cool Boat: 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.
  • Crutch Character: He's the only super-jump character in the original game that doesn't need to be bought, so you'll be seeing a lot of him in Free Play early on. Once you can afford General Grievous or the Magnaguard, though, there's no reason not to use one of them over Jar Jar.
  • Downloadable Content: He is part of the Prequel Trilogy DLC Pack in The Force Awakens.
  • The Ditz: 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.
  • Double Jump: His special ability. His entire schtick is that he can jump higher than Jedi.
  • Nerf: Jar Jar is playable in the second game, but since the double jump feature is removed, he's entirely useless.
  • Palette Swap: On the Game Boy Advance, an nameless blue Gungan with all of Jar Jar's abilities was playable through cheat code only.
  • Took a Level in Badass: His appearance in The Clone Wars marks the first time he can actually fight in the console games.

Padmé Amidala/Naberrie

The Queen of Naboo, who briefly traded places with one of her body doubles. After the Battle of Geonosis, she was secretly married to Anakin Skywalker. However, he killed her upon his Face–Heel Turn. Before she died however, she bore their two twins, Luke and Leia.
  • Action Girl: As always.
  • And Your Reward Is Clothes: In addition to her standard Royal garb, her normal clothes, Battle of Naboo attire, Senator outfit, and her "Clawed" look from Geonosis are unlocked throughout the story.
    • In The Clone Wars, her normal attire reappears in addition to her default "Geonosis" look.
  • Clothing Damage: Her Geonosis arena variant.
  • Cool Starship: Her H-Type Nubian, which is playable as a minikit in Original Trilogy, and became a full-sized vehicle in The Clone Wars.
  • Girly Girl: First seen in Attack of the Clones checking her nails. And has lipstick in every single character variant. Doesn't stop her from kicking some major brick, though.
  • Ret-Canon: Her Geonosis variant from the original LEGO Star Wars video game was redesigned in The Clone Wars to better match her appearance from the movie it is based on.
    • Her Geonosis and Queen variants were updated to more closely match the newer minifigures in The Force Awakens.
  • Secret Character: Her Geonosis and Queen variants can be unlocked by finding collectibles in The Force Awakens.

Captain Panaka

Captain of the Naboo Royal Guard, he is tasked with protecting the queen.
  • The Quiet One: Unlike most other unique characters, Panaka has no vocal responses to taking damage or other events.
  • The Stoic: He rarely shows his emotions.


This small blue astromech droid started off as a repair droid on a naboo shuttle. After becoming acquainted with Anakin Skywalker, he always seems to be around whenever something interesting happens.

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

  • Mighty Glacier: Averted. He's slow like one, and useful for a lot of things, but his combat effectiveness is zero.
  • Joke Character: Outside of solving puzzles, he is useless, slow with a stun attack that does nothing.
  • Support Party Member: His built-in rocket boosters let him cross some gaps that other characters can't and he can use astromech droid panels, and his shock attack can disable droid enemies temporarily, cutting down on the amount of fire his partner has to deal with. He has no real combat ability beyond that, but at least enemies tend to ignore him.

Anakin Skywalker/Darth Vader

A young slave boy from Tatooine, hand-picked to be trained in the force by Qui-Gon before his death.After years of training by Obi-Wan, he was seduced to the Dark Side by Chancellor Palpatine, and went on a Jedi-killing spree that ended with the death of Padme, Ultimately stopped by his former master, he was rebuilt as the cyborg Darth Vader. He may be the Emperor's right hand, but he secretly has designs of his own, particularly for his unknowing son Luke.
  • And Your Reward Is Clothes: His "Padawan", "Jedi", and "Darth Vader" outfits in the Prequel Trilogy.
    • His "Ghost" form in The Original 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.
  • Adapted Out: For ease of plot, he helps the heroes win the podrace and leaves Tatooine wthout a fuss, with no mention of his mother, at least in the console version.
  • Archnemesis Dad: To Luke and Leia.
  • Battle Boomerang: 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.
  • Cool Car: His podracer might count.
  • Cool Starship: His yellow Eta-2 Actis has been playable since the original game, in full-sized and minikit forms.
    • 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 Attack of the Clones becomes a drivable vehicle in The Complete Saga.
    • His yellow Delta-7B and The Twilight in The Clone Wars.
    • On a much larger scale, his flagship, the Resolute, forms one half of The Clone Wars' Hub Level.
  • The Ditz: Seems to be the norm for Jedi Apprentices. Even when dead, his ghost burns his toes on the funeral pyre.
  • Enemy Mine: Unlike most other depictions, his duel with Obi-Wan on Mustafar has the two of them cooperating to get past obstacles in order to facilitate the series' co-op gameplay formula. Any fighting they do before the final showdown is done entirely in cutscenes.
  • Face–Heel Turn: But of course.
  • Good Colors, Evil Colors: 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 The Complete Saga.
  • Laughably Evil: Quite often as Vader. The Emperor, on the other hand...
  • Lighter and Softer: Since the games are more family-friendly, Anakin's worse deeds from Revenge of the Sith 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 (which, due to being depicted in Lego, isn't very graphic at all).
  • Posthumous Character: His ghost variant.
  • Ret-Canon: 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.
    • His Geonosis variant from the original was redesigned in The Clone Wars to better match his appearance from the show of the same name.
    • His Podracer and Jedi Knight forms were both updated in The Force Awakens, replacing the then 10-year old models used in the original game.
  • Secret Character: Vader is technically this in the original, as you unlock him through the Bonus Level.
    • Both regular and battle-damaged Vader are minikits in The Clone Wars.
    • His podracer and Revenge of the Sith variants can be unlocked by finding collectibles in The Force Awakens.
  • Surrounded by Idiots: Darth Vader is frequently seen in facepalm mode.
  • Took a Level in Badass: First unlocked a defenseless little boy. All the rest of his forms are either a battle-hardened Jedi or a deadly Sith.
  • Youthful Freckles: His younger self has these.

Gonk Droid

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 anything.
  • Joke Character: It can't do anything besides walk around really slowly. It's also invincible, but enemies don't fire on it anyway, so it doesn't matter.
    • Lethal Joke Character: ...unless you have the "Super Gonk" extra in The Complete Saga, which doubles its speed and gives it a high jump, and the "Self Destruct" extra, which, like all droids, gives it the ability to turn into an Action Bomb.
  • Nigh Invulnerable: Always, both as a playable character and an NPC.
  • Running Gag: Despite its utter uselessness, it appears in every game as a playable character.

PK Droid

Small worker droids that can be found in many Trade Federation and CIS installations.
  • Joke Character: They don't do anything besides walk around, though they are much faster than the Gonk Droids.

Battle Droids

The dim-witted soldiers of the Trade Federation and Confederacy, Battle Droids are programmed to hunt down Jedi and 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.

  • And Your Reward Is Clothes: Its "Security" and "Geonosis" variants in the original.
  • Butt-Monkey: In addition to being standard Mooks, they are consistently getting the crap beaten out of them in cutscenes.
  • Cool Bike: The STAP hoversled.
  • Cool Starship: The Tri-Fighters in The Complete Saga.
    • They return in The Clone Wars alongside the new Hyena Bombers and the Halo.
  • Downloadable Content: The Commander variant is part of the Droids DLC Pack in The Force Awakens.
  • Drop Ship: The CIS Drop ships they pilot. They are playable as minikits in The Original Trilogy, and became full-fledged vehicles in The Clone Wars.
  • The Ditz: An entire army of them.
  • Elite Mooks: The Commander variant takes two hits to kill instead of just one like the others. Also, the enemy version is a Mook Maker and the playable version lets you make other droids tag along with you as allies.
  • Palette Swap: All of them use the exact same model and animations, only difference being color differences and that some have a "backpack" attached.
  • Tank Goodness: 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.
  • Secret Character: Only playable in the Game Boy version via cheat code. A version riding a STAP is playable in the same way.
  • Spider Tank: The aptly-named Homing Spider Droid appeared in the original game, but made it's first playable appearance in The Clone Wars, alongside the new Dwarf Spider Droid.

Droideka/Destroyer Droid

Small but effective combat droids that make up for their slow walking speed with the ability to roll up unto a wheel for quick transport. Rounding out their arsenal is a personal force field and twin blasters. They were decommissioned with the rest of the droid army after the Clone Wars.

They first appear in LEGO Star Wars as playable characters, and are playable in minikit form in The Original Trilogy. They reappear in The Clone Wars with an updated design to match their film and TV counterparts.

  • Elite Mooks: Some of the deadliest enemies in the game.
  • Guns Akimbo: Their twin blasters.
  • Heavily Armored Mook: 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 three more to kill the Droideka. Fortunately the Ground Pound attack and a well-timed combo can short out their shields instantly.
  • Kung Fu-Proof Mook: Their shields are completely immune to blaster fire (except from other Droidekas).

  • Mechanically Unusual Fighter: The Droideka was a minikit for "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.
    • The upside to this is that minikit!Droideka can still use the "Self Destruct" extra, which is very useful in a level full of breakable objects where the objective is to earn 1,000,000 studs in a limited amount of time.
  • Secret Character: Only playable in the Game Boy version via cheat code.
  • Ret-Canon: They were redesigned in The Clone Wars to better match their appearance from the series it's based on.

Royal Guard

The protectors of Theed Palace, they appear frequently on Naboo, as well as a few other places.
  • Cool Starship: The N-1s and Republic Shuttles they're seen piloting in the game. Both are playable as minikits in The Original Trilogy.
  • Palette Swap: Of young!Anakin in the Game Boy version.
  • Perpetual Smiler: By virtue of using the generic LEGO minifigure face.

Tusken Raiders

Nomadic people living in the deserts of Tatooine. They are fiercely protective and often walk in single file to hide their numbers.

They were first playable on the Game Boy Advance version of the first game, and reappeared in The Original Trilogy, and in The Clone Wars as a minikit.


A nasty dug who happens to be the reigning champion of the Mos Espa podrace. Has a long-standing enmity with his closest competitor, a young Anakin Skywalker.
  • Cool Car: His racer, which is playable in both full-size and minikit forms.note 

Darth Maul

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

Repair droid

Appears only in the GBA version. They are bought off of Jawas and aid the player for a short time.

    Episode II: Attack of the Clones 


An astromech who accompanied Obi-Wan on several missions and plugged into his various starfighters.

She returned unchanged in The Clone Wars.


A protocol droid hand-built by a young Anakin Skywalker, him and his friend R2-D2 seems to always be around when something interesting is happening.

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

Mace Windu

A member of the Jedi Council, Mace Windu was a 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.

He is playable in LEGO Star Wars in his appearances from Attack of the Clones and Revenge of the Sith. His Attack of the Clones attire returns in the DS version of The Original Trilogy as a minikit and in The Clone Wars.


An ancient Jedi Master of an as-of-yet unnamed species, Yoda is among the wisest and most powerful Jedi on the Council and a powerful General during the Clone Wars. After Order 66, he goes into hiding on the Dagobah System, only to be found years later by a young Luke Skywalker.

He returns in The Original Trilogy alongside a new Force Ghost variant. His appearance is completely revamped for The Clone Wars.

  • And Your Reward Is Clothes: His Ghost form in The Original Trilogy.
  • Cool Chair: In the first game he has a hover chair for quick movement. This is removed in the sequels.
  • Killed Offscreen: Luke's return to Dagobah in Return of the Jedi and Yoda's death are cut out of the second game entirely, so the next time you see Yoda after leaving Dagobah in The Empire Strikes Back is his ghost at the end of the game.
  • Master Swordsman: As always, he is a very skilled Jedi.
  • Mighty Glacier: Unlike the usual versions, he's tiny. But he's also one of the best swordsmen in the game; the only drawback is, he's painfully slow when walking.
  • Posthumous Character: His ghost variant.
  • Ret-Canon: He is redesigned in The Clone Wars to match his appearance from the show it's based on.
  • Secret Character: Is one of the carbonite blocks in The Force Awakens.

Clone Troopers

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.
  • And Your Reward Is Clothes: In addition to the Attack of the Clones variant, the original game also has their "Pilot"note , "Swamp", "Walker", and "Disguised" forms from Revenge of the Sith 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's packing.
  • Canon Foreigner: Their disguised formsnote  were only in deleted scenes of Revenge of the Sith.
    • On a less serious note, the Workout Troopers.
  • Cool Bike: The BARC Speeder in The Clone Wars.
  • Cool Starship: 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.
    • The Clone Wars also adds an earlier version of the Y-Wings, the brand-new V-19 Torrents, and experimental stealth fighters used by Republic forces.
  • Dropship: The LAAT/i is playable in Original Trilogy as a minikit.
    • The Complete Saga and The Clone Wars add the real deal.
    • In 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.
  • Lethal Joke Character: They may be wearing nothing but speedos and helmets, but the workout troopers are no less effective then their brethren.
  • Powered Armor: Somehow got their hands on a a familiar-looking set before the assault on Queen Karina the Great's lair, but Obi-Wan wouldn't let them use it. It's unlockable anyway.
  • Spider Tank: The AT-ATs they drive, which are playable in minikit form in The Original Trilogy.
  • Tank Goodness: The RX-200 in The Clone Wars.
  • Walking Tank: The AT-RTs were only enemies in the original game, but in The Complete Saga, you can now commandeer them from the clones driving them.
    • The AT-RTs returnnote  along with the new AT-PT in The Clone Wars.
  • Ret-Canon: Redesigned in The Clone Wars to match their TV appearances.


A barbaric, insectoid race native to the deserts of Geonosis. They openly aid the Sepratists during the Clone Wars

They were first playable in LEGO Star Wars, and reappear alongside a new "Zombie" variant in The Clone Wars.

  • Everything's Deader with Zombies: The "Zombie" variant in The Clone Wars.
  • Palette Swap: 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.
  • Secret Character: Only playable via code on the Game Boy.

Super Battle Droids

Built Just before the Clone Wars, the B2 series of Battle Droids were bigger, tougher, and stronger than their skeletal-looking cousins. They would be seen frequently during the clone wars before being shut down with the rest of the droid army after the rise of the Empire.

They first appear in LEGO Star Wars, but reappear in The Clone Wars with a more movie-accurate grey color. "Heavy Weapon" and Golden variants also appear in The Clone Wars.

  • BFG: The "Heavy Weapon" variant from The Clone Wars has a rocket launcher on it's arm in place of a blaster.
  • Canon Foreigner: The Golden Models.
  • Downloadable Content: They are part of the Droids DLC Pack in The Force Awakens.
  • Heavily Armored Mook: In that they can take three hits rather than just one like regular Battle Droids.
  • Helpful Mook: 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.
  • Regenerating Health: The Golden models.
  • Secret Character: Only playable via code on the Game Boy.
  • Ret-Canon: They are repainted from powder blue to a more movie-and-TV-accurate grey in The Clone Wars.

Jango Fett

A Mandalorian Bounty Hunter contracted by a man named Tyranus to be the template for a clone army. Production of the army succeeds before the Jedi Council is made aware and sends Obi-Wan to investigate. After chasing Obi-Wan to Geonosis, he loses his life at the hand of Mace Windu.
  • Adapted Out: 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.
  • Alas, Poor Yorick: Boba holding up his helmet is still in the games.
  • Awesome, but Impractical: He dual-wields blasters, which means he can get two shots in on a single target and he's the only non-Astromech character who can hover thanks to his jetpack (and he can even jump just before doing it.) However, while he's great for exploration, the fact that he always fires both blasters at once extends his attack animation and leaves him wide open to take hits (when one of the advantages to blaster characters is quickfiring to stay mobile,) and most enemies are One Hit Point Wonders anyway, making his son Boba Fett (who wields a large single-shot gun instead) the better version of him in the Complete Saga.
  • Badass and Child Duo: In his first boss fight, with Boba.
  • Badass Normal: No superpowers.
  • Cool Starship: The Slave 1. It's only playable with Jango's purple paint job in The Clone Wars, however.
  • Downloadable Content: He is part of the Prequel Trilogy DLC Pack in The Force Awakens.
  • Dual Wielding: Uses two pistols.
  • "Get Back Here!" Boss: 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.
  • Off with His Head!: His final fate.
  • Ret-Canon: Slightly redesigned in The Clone Wars to better match the clone troopers.
  • Secret Character: A minikit on the DS version of The Original Trilogy.
    • Returns as a minikit on all versions of The Clone Wars.
  • Stuff Blowing Up: 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.
  • Took a Level in Badass: In the second game, he gets grenades like all other bounty hunters.

Boba Fett

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.
  • Adapted Out: Not present on the Game Boy version of the first game.
  • Assist Character: The first boss fight against Jango has Boba providing a stream of cover fire from the Slave 1. Fortunately, Obi-Wan is also assisted by R4, who can draw his attention away by activating turrets around the arena.
  • Badass Normal: Very badass and competent after he grows up.
  • Joke Character: His child version does nothing, outside of crawling through vents. Anywhere else, he's functionally useless.
  • Cool Starship: The Slave-1 he inherited from his father. It is playable in both regular and minikit forms in The Original Trilogynote .
  • Ret-Canon: Gets a slightly updated look along with his dad in The Clone Wars.
  • Secret Character: A minikit in The Clone Wars.
    • Is one of the carbonite blocks in The Force Awakens.
  • Took a Level in Badass: Only appears as a scared young boy in the original game. The mean green bounty hunter we all know and love takes over in the second.

Luminara Unduli

A Mirialan Jedi Master who accompanied Mace Windu to Geonosis to rescue Master Kenobi and his allies. She became a General of the Republic Army during the Clone Wars.

She returned basically the same in The Clone Wars.


A Cerean Jedi Master who became a General in the Clone Wars. He was killed on Mygeeto when Order 66 was issued.

He appeared in The Clone Wars, identical to his appearance in the first game.

  • Downloadable Content: He is part of the Jedi DLC Pack in The Force Awakens.
  • My Brain Is Big: Like all Cereans. The original game represents this by him having a second head-piece on top of his head.

Kit Fisto

A Nautolan Jedi who joined Mace Windu on the rescue mission to Geonosis. He was a General in the Clone Wars before being killed by Palpatine just before Order 66.

He reappeared in The Clone Wars unchanged.

  • Cool Starship: His Delta-7B in The Clone Wars.
  • Downloadable Content: He is part of the Jedi DLC Pack in The Force Awakens.
  • Ret-Canon: Redesigned in The Clone Wars and The Force Awakens, since he got an official, physical Minifigure in the interim.

Shaak Ti

A 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.

Count Dooku/Darth Tyranus

A Sith Lord and a leader of the Confederacy of Independant Systems, he was once a student of Master Yoda and a teacher of Qui-Gon Jinn. After cutting off Anakin's hand at the Battle of Geonosis, he manages to evade the Republic throughout the Clone Wars, only to meet his fate at the hands of a vengeful Anakin on board The Invisible Hand.

    Episode III: Revenge of the Sith 

Chancellor Palpatine/Darth Sidious/The Emperor

After being made Chancellor during the Naboo Crisis, Chancellor Palpatine stayed in office far beyond his term, including through the entirety of the Clone Wars. After converting his friend Anakin Skywalker to the Dark Side, he issued Order 66, which led to a massive galaxy-wide purge of Jedi. After framing the Jedi Order for treason, he appointed himself ruler of the Galactic Empire.
  • Adapted Out: His predecessor, Chancellor Valorum, is not featured at all, nor is Palpatine's rise to power.
  • Big Bad: Of the entire series.
  • Bragging Rights Reward: 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.
  • Evil Laugh: One of the few sounds in the game. If you play as him he does it every few seconds if left idle.
  • He Who Must Not Be Seen: Despite his importance to the plot, he's only seen in three missions.
  • Joke Character: Chancellor Palpatine in the first game is one of the few characters with no practical use whatsoever.
  • Knight of Cerebus: Things seem a lot darker when he's around.
  • Ret-Canon: He received a redesign in The Clone Wars to match his appearance from the show it's based on.
  • Secret Character: Both of his forms in The Clone Wars. His Chancellor 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 bricks.
  • Shock and Awe: His Sith lightning ability.
  • Took a Level in Badass: His "Chancellor Palpatine" form in The Clone Wars gets a gun and gets his lightsaber in The Force Awakens.

Commander Cody

A commander of the clone army under General Obi-Wan Kenobi. Cody helped fight General Grievous, before turning on his Jedi leader after Order 66... in the films, that is. In the games, he dies heroically fighting Grievous.


A young Wookiee who helped Yoda and the Clone Army on Kashyyyk. After Order 66, he helped his Jedi ally escape. During the Galactic Civil War, he found himself the companion of Han Solo aboard the Millenium Falcon.

Grievous' Bodyguards/MagnaGuards

These elite Battle droids follow Grievous around and act as his bodyguards. Able to survive dismemberment and still keep fighting, they prove formidable enemies of the Jedi.
  • Badass Crew
  • Cool Starship: Their specialized starfighters appear in The Clone Wars.
  • Elite Mooks: Stronger than the battle droids, and their electro-staffs act like lightsabers, allowing them to block direct attacks.
  • In a Single Bound: They can only jump once, but their one jump is as high as Jar Jar's double jump.
  • Off with His Head!: When down to one hit point. Humorously enough, picking up health while playing as one causes it to spontaneously grow a new head.
  • Ret-Canon: They were redesigned for The Clone Wars to better match their appearance from the show it's based on.

Wookiee Warrior

A tribal Race native to the planet Kashyyyk, these large furry warriors allied themselves with the Republic during the Clone Wars, before finding themselves allied with the Rebel Alliance against the Empire that subjugated them.
  • Awesome Backpack: 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.
  • Cool Boat: One that can propel itself over land, too. The Wookie Catamaran is a playable minikit in The Original Trilogy.

General Grievous

A former Kaleesh General, Grievous was injured badly in a shuttle accident secretly caused by his allies Dooku, Poggle, and San Hill. The few parts of Grievous' body that were salvageable were put inside a cyborg body. The warlord was put in charge of much of the CIS army. Despite not being force-sensitive, he is trained in lightsaber combat, and is adept at quad-wield sabers with his four arms.

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

  • Awesome, but Impractical: Quad-wielding lightsabers is pretty awesome, but Grevious' attack animations are so long that the novelty quickly wears off.
  • Cool Starship: The Soulless one is a playable vehicle in The Clone Wars.
    • His flagship, the Invisible Hand, makes up one half of The Clone Wars' Hub Level and is the backdrop for several missions.
  • Double Jump: He can do this even without Force powers.
  • Downloadable Content: He is part of the Droids DLC Pack in The Force Awakens.
  • Four-Star Badass
  • Hero Killer: Since the game's mechanics require two characters around at any one time, he fights Obi-Wan and Commander Cody, the fight ending when he casually slices Cody.
  • Off with His Head!: Since his original death couldn't really be depicted when made with LEGO, Obi-Wan instead just shoots his head off with Cody's discarded gun.
  • Quad Wielding
  • Ret-Canon: He was redesigned for The Clone Wars in order to better match his appearance from the show the game is based on.

    Episode IV: A New Hope 
These characters appear as part of the Bonus Level, before the release of The Original Trilogy.

Stormtroopers/Other Imperial Forces

The brunt of the Imperial Forces, these bumbling soldiers can be found everywhere the Empire controls. They come in a wide variety of forms built for different jobs and environments.
  • And Your Reward Is Clothes: The Beach Trooper, Sandtrooper, TIE Pilot, Death Star Trooper, Imperial Officers, and Snowtroopers in The Original Trilogy. The Scout Troopers are also available on handhelds.
  • Bowdlerize: In The Original Trilogy, the beach troopers wear nothing but a blue thong and a helmet. In The Complete Saga, they wear longer blue shorts and a life jacket.
  • Canon Foreigner: The Beach Troopers are exclusive to the game.
  • Canon Immigrant: The Shadow Troopers are from the Expanded Universe.
  • Cool Bike: Enemies in the console version; fully playable vehicles on the GBA.
  • Cool Starship: The TIE Fighters, Interceptors, Bombers, and the Imperial Shuttles, all of which are both regular vehicles and minikits. The Star Destroyers as well, which are also minikits.
  • Imperial Stormtrooper Marksmanship Academy: The Trope Namer, although they can actually hit you on occasion.
  • Lethal Joke Character: The beach troopers, in the hands of a player.
  • Secret Character: The Stormtrooper is unlocked through the Bonus Level in the original.
    • In the console versions of The Original Trilogy, the Scout Troopers are only available through the "Extra Toggle" extra. The Imperial Engineer, and AT-TE drivers are also playable this way.
    • Both the classic Stormtroopers and the new "Dark Troopers" are available as minikits in The Clone Wars. The TIE Pilot is on handhelds.
  • Took a Level in Dumbass: Compared to their Clone Trooper predecessors, who were goofy, but not as cripplingly incompetent as the Stormtroopers.
  • Walking Tank: The AT-STs and AT-ATs, which appear as enemies and are also playable as minikits on consoles. The AT-ST is a fully-playable vehicle on the DS.

Princess Leia

The daughter of Anakin Skywalker and 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.

She first appears in LEGO Star Wars in her normal attire. The Original Trilogy features it as well, alongside her Hoth, Bespin, Bounty Hunter disguise, slave girl and Endor clothing. Her original form reappears as a minikit in The Clone Wars.

Rebel Trooper

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.
  • Cool Bike: A rebel on a bike is a playable vehicle in the GBA version.
  • Cool Starship: The X-Wings and Y-Wings, which are playable as regular and minikit vehicles. Numerous command ships and frigates appear in the game as well.
  • Palette Swap: The basis for Captain Antilles and the Rebel friend.
  • Red Shirt: In the first game's Bonus Level.
  • Secret Character: The Rebel Trooper is unlocked after the Bonus Level in the original game.
    • The "Rebel Engineer" is playable in a few levels of The Original Trilogy with the Extra Toggle cheat.
    • An Endor variation (Dubbed "Rebel Commando"), of all things, appears in The Clone Wars as a minikit.

First playable in LEGO Star Wars II: The Original Trilogy

All of these characters reappeared in The Complete Saga. Several also reappeared as secret characters in The Clone Wars.

    Episode IV: A New Hope 

Captain Antilles

A Rebel Captain serving aboard Princess Leia's Corellian Corvette, the Tantive IV. He dies at Darth Vader's hands.

Rebel Friend

A red-clad rebel trooper who aids C-3PO and R2-D2 in their escape.

Luke Skywalker

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.
  • And Your Reward Is Clothes: His Stormtrooper, Hoth, Pilot, Dagobah, Jedi, and Endor outfits in The Complete Saga.
  • Cool Car: His X34 Landspeeder. It's rideable in certain levels and playable as a minikit in the console versions. It is a fully-playable vehicle on the DS.
  • Cool Starship: His X-Wing. His Snowspeeder may also count in this game, since it can go into space during Free Play mode. Both are available in regular and minikit flavors.
  • Crouching Moron, Hidden Badass: More goofy than the filmverse, but still powerful.
  • Dressing as the Enemy: Stormtrooper!Luke.
  • Secret Character: He is a minikit in The Clone Wars.
    • His Tatooine and Stormtrooper variants are unlockable through Carbonite blocks in The Force Awakens.

Han Solo

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.

He is playable in The Original Trilogy in his normal, Stormtrooper, Hoth, Skiff, and Endor clothes. His normal form reappears in The Clone Wars as a minikit.

  • And Your Reward Is Clothes: His Stormtrooper, Hoth, Skiff, and Endor Clothes in The Original Trilogy.
  • Cool Starship: The Falcon, of course. Playable in both vehicle and minikit levels.
  • Dressing as the Enemy: Stormtrooper!Han.
  • Guest Fighter: In LEGO Indiana Jones.
  • Secret Character: His frozen-in-carbonite form is playable in a few levels of The Original Trilogy with Extra Toggle.
    • He is an unlockable Guest Fighter in console versions of LEGO Indiana Jones. In the handheld versions, his pieces are in the character creator.
    • He is a minikit in The Clone Wars. Interestingly, this means he's been playable in more of TT's LEGO games than any other character.
    • His Classic and Stormtrooper variants are unlockable through Carbonite blocks in The Force Awakens.


Small scavengers on the deserts of Tatooine with a penchant for shiny or interesting objects. A few sell C-3PO and R2-D2 to Luke.


A cocky Rodian bounty hunter sent to eliminate Han Solo. He failed. He may or may not have shot first.

Imperial Spy

A Kubaz who tipped off the Empire to two strange droids in Mos Eisley.
  • Adaptation Expansion: He appears literally once in A New Hope. Here, he gets an entire boss fight.
  • "Get Back Here!" Boss: He has no offensive ability, so the fight against him involves chasing him down while being attacked by an endlessly respawning pack of Stormtroopers.
  • Joke Character: The Spy has no real use beyond passing Imperial checkpoints, which can already be done by a number of other playable characters.
  • No Name Given: His name is Garindan in the Expanded Universe.


A peaceful species native to Clak'dor VII. Some played in a band in the Mos Eisley Cantina once.

They are playable exclusively on the DS version of The Original Trilogy, though the console version lets you build them in the character creator.


Owns the Mos Eisley Cantina. Naturally, he's seen a lot of interesting things.

He is playable exclusively on the DS version of The Original Trilogy, though the console version lets you make him in the character creator.

MSE-6 Mouse Droid

Service and messenger droids employed in large facilities.

Only playable in the Game Boy Advance version of The Original Trilogy, and on the console versions via the "Extra Toggle" cheat, it became fully playable in The Clone Wars.


An astromech droid assigned to the second Death Star. Perished in the explosion.

Only playable in the GBA version of The Original Trilogy and in The Complete Saga.

Grand Moff Tarkin

A high-ranking official in the Imperial Army. Tarkin was personally responsible for the destruction of Alderaan. He got his comeuppance though, as he was in the original Death Star when it exploded.

He reappeared in The Clone Wars.

    Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back 

Probe Droid

The Arakyd series are used for many different types of recon and come armed with light weaponry for defense.
  • Promoted to Playable: Originally playable on the DS version of The Original Trilogy, they joined the console roster in The Clone Wars.


A particularly nasty Trandoshan bounty hunter who was hired by Darth Vader to hunt Han Solo. Though, his species being eternal enemies of the Wookiees, Bossk is more interested in his friend Chewbacca...


An upgrade to the existing IG-series (See "IG-86" below), IG-88 was instilled with Sentience, and became a ruthless, emotionless bounty hunter. He was hired by Darth Vader to hunt Han Solo.


After losing a swoop race to Han Solo, Dengar was left horribly scarred and had to be rebuilt with cybernetics. He was hired to hunt his enemy by Darth Vader.


A protocol droid who's faulty programming allowed him to reason his way into thievery, and later into bounty hunting. He was contracted by Lord Vader to hunt Han Solo.


4-LOM's partner, a Gand bounty hunter with an uncanny ability to search out hidden targets. He assists 4-LOM on his hunt for Han Solo.

Lando Calrissian

The leader of Cloud City on Bespin. He originally worked for Vader, and helped him track down Han Solo, but eventually turned to the Rebel Alliance, and aided them through the Battle of Endor.


A pirate who was forced into a contract to become a cyborg, Lobot is connected to Cloud City's central computer and serves as an aide and administrator.


Small humanoids known for a good work ethic, they work as miners throughout the galaxy. Some found their way to Cloud City.

Bespin Guard

The volunteer security forces of Cloud City.
  • Cool Starship: Their Cloud Cars, which are minikits in The Original Trilogy.

    Episode VI: Return of the Jedi 


An Ewok who aids the heroes during the Battle of Endor.
  • The Cameo: In the DS version of LEGO Indiana Jones.

Gamorrean Guards

Brutish, pig-like creatures from Gamorr. Jabba the Hutt enjoys contracting them as security.

They reappeared The Clone Wars, practically identical.

Skiff/Palace Guards

In addition to Gamorreans, Jabba also contracts Human and Nikto security forces as backup.

Bib Fortuna

A male Twi'lek who serves as Jabba's right hand.

He returned, unchanged, in The Clone Wars.


Large carnivores native to Dathomir, found all across the galaxy. Jabba used one in his palace to dispose of troublemakers.
  • Attack of the 50-Foot Whatever
  • Mighty Glacier: It may be invulnerable to damage, but it's also very slow.
  • Puzzle Boss: The Rancor is one of the only bosses in the series that can't be harmed directly. Like Luke did in the movies, you have to use the arena itself to bring the beast down.
  • Secret Character: Available after purchasing every other character in the GBA version of The Original Trilogy
    • Only playable in The Complete Saga through the "Extra Toggle" power brick.


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

Imperial Guard

The Emperor's personal bodyguards who protect him in his chamber.
  • Adaptational Badass: Since Vader turns on the Emperor earlier, the Imperial Guard provide the enemies for Luke's fight with the Emperor.
  • Elite Mooks: They're some of the toughest enemies in the series, capable of tanking four hits, and they always come in pairs.
  • Red and Black and Evil All Over: They wear red robes with black visors, and they wield black spears; the latter was due to the game's release in the 2000s before their weapons were redesigned.
  • Secret Character: A minikit in The Clone Wars.
    • One of the Carbonite blocks in The Force Awakens.
  • Stone Wall: The only mook that can take four hits before going down (not counting the droideka's shields.) Fortunately, Force Choking them with Darth Vader will bring them down in a flash.

Admiral Ackbar

A Mon Calamari admiral in the rebel alliance. He has a propensity to point out traps.

    Extra Toggle Characters 


A walking pile of bones with the ability to rip off its left arm and club stormtroopers with it.
  • Canon Foreigner: Well, there are skeletons in the Star Wars universe, but they tend to not walk around assaulting people.
  • Dem Bones: By definition, yes.
  • Detachment Combat: It beats up enemies using its own disembodied arm as a club!

Tatooine Droids

A group of droids the Jawas were selling alongside the ones the Imperials were looking for. They include 1) A WED Treadwell; 2) A droid of unknown model; 3) An Asp droid; and 4) An R1-series Astromech droid.
  • Improbable Weapon User: Not that a blaster is "unusual", per se, but would you really expect these guys to be carrying them?

Womp Rat

Scavenging rodents native to Tatooine. They're only a couple of meters long at most.

First playable in LEGO Star Wars: The Complete Saga

    Normal Characters 

Captain Tarpals

Leader of the security forces of Otoh Gunga. He joined the Gungan Army in the Battle of Naboo.
  • Adapted Out: He is not featured in LEGO Star Wars, and is added back in for The Complete Saga
  • Double Jump: Like Jar Jar, it's his special ability.
  • Palette Swap: Inverted. Except for a spear and shield for combat, he is physically identical to Jar Jar.
    • In fact, all of the generic Gungans are identical to Captain Tarpals.

Boss Nass

Leader of the Gungans, he has a dislike for the humans of Naboo, and an even greater dislike for Jar Jar Binks. That all gets pushed aside however when he joins with the humans to fend off the Trade Federation and places Jar Jar in command of his army.

Vulture Droid

Spider-like droids that can transform into starfighters for space combat. They were used during the blockade of Naboo and continued use by the CIS throughout the Clone Wars.

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

Zam Wesell

A shape-shifting bounty hunter hired to eliminate 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.

Dexter Jettster

A Besalisk from Ojom, Dexter runs a quaint diner on Coruscant, which happens to be involved with a good amount of illegitimate business on the planet. As such, he knows more about things going on in the galaxy than most. Obi-Wan visits him to ask about a dart found on the body of Zam Wesell.
  • Joke Character: Despite his four arms, he can't do anything besides jump, run, and pull levers.
  • Promoted to Playable: In The Complete Saga, which is odd, considering that, unlike the first game, the hub world isn't his diner, which means that the players will see him a lot less overall.

Lama Su

A Kaminoian geneticist, Lama Su works at the facility in which the Clone Army is being bred.

Taun We

Another Kaminoan geneticist.

Aayla Secura

A Twi'Lek Jedi who served in the Clone Wars. She was killed by her clone soldiers on Felucia.
  • Adapted Out: She was missing from the original game.
  • Downloadable Content: She is part of the Jedi DLC Pack in The Force Awakens.
  • Dual Wielding: Strangely averted in The Complete Saga. She used her familiar style in The Clone Wars, however, despite not having done so in the TV show.

Plo Koon

A Kel Dor Jedi, Plo Koon served in the Clone Wars before being killed by his clone troopers over Cato Neimoidia.

Indiana Jones

Dr. Henry Jones Jr., a professor of archaeology at Barnett College, finds himself in many strange adventures from time to time. Now, he appears to have found his way into the Star Wars universe. More information on Indy can be found here.

He reappeared in The Clone Wars alongside his father, through an unplayable cameo.

    Extra Toggle Characters 

Buzz Droid

The Pistoeka sabotage droid is deployed for precise impairment of vehicles in space. It was used by the CIS during the Clone Wars

Uniquely, it is both a vehicle and a character, making it the only vehicle usable through the Extra Toggle cheat.

  • Joke Character: In its vehicle mission. It possesses a melee attack as a character.

Training Remote

Small droid used to train Jedi. Their light blasters act like normal blasters when deflected by lightsabers, but are otherwise harmless.
  • Joke Character: The one character in the series that can't do anything. Aside from the Gonk Droid.


A large abominable-snowman-like creature native to Hoth. One captured Luke Skywalker shortly before the Battle of Hoth.

First playable in LEGO Star Wars III: The Clone Wars

Because of a less linear story and a larger amount of playable characters, these will be listed by faction or species, not first appearance.

    Jedi Order 

Ahsoka Tano:

A Togruta Padawan assigned to Anakin Skywalker during the Clone Wars, much to his chagrin.

Barriss Offee

The Padawan of Jedi Master Luminara Unduli. She is selfless, and entirely willing to risk her life for the mission at hand.

Nahdar Vebb

A Mon Calamari Jedi who trained under Kit Fisto. He assisted in the Attack on General Grievous' lair on Vassek.

Adi Gallia

A Tholothian born on Corellia, she is a member of the Jedi Council and a master diplomat and politician.

Eeth Koth

A Zabrak Jedi Master who grew up in the slums of Nar Shaddaa. He did not let the rough experiences ruin his life, however, and has rose to be a respected Jedi.

    Galactic Republic 

Admiral Yularen

A decorated Navy and Intelligence officer, Wullf Yularen was placed in command of the Open-Circle Fleet, with the ''Resolute'' as his flagship. He worked with the Jedi, notably Obi-Wan, Anakin, and Ashoka, many times.

Captain Typho

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

Queen Neeyutnee

The successor to Queen Jamilla, and twice removed from Queen Amidala, she served during the Clone Wars.

Senator Kharrus

A well-liked Gran senator from Kinyen, he negotiated with the pirates that kidnapped Count Dooku.

Sionver Boll

A scientist tasked by the Republic with making a bomb that would eliminate battle droids while leaving organic creatures unharmed.

Bail Organa

Senator for Alderaan, he is well-liked and a staunch ally of the Jedi. He is also the adoptive father of Anakin and Padme's daughter Leia. He perished when Alderaan was destroyed.

Onaconda Farr

Rodian Senator, he seeks redemption for his past due to his friendship with senator Amidala.

Senator Philo

A Gran senator who was present when Cad Bane and his team attacked the Senate building.

    Clone Army 

Lieutenant Thire

A clone trooper that aided Yoda on a mission to Rugosa.


Another clone who accompanied Yoda to Rugosa.


The heavy-weapons specialist of Yoda's team on Rugosa.
  • Palette Swap: An inversion. He is identical to the regular Heavy Weapons Clone Trooper.

Captain Rex

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


A fierce but compassionate member of Ghost Company.


Another member of Ghost company. He is more eager and cynical than some of his contemporaries.

Commander Ponds

A clone commander who mainly served as a tactical advisor, but took command of Lightning Squadron during the Liberation of Ryloth.

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

A clone commander who served frequently under General Aayla Secura during the Clone Wars.

Commander Fil

A clone who accompanied Kit Fist and Nahdar Vebb to Vassek to fight General Grievous.


A member of Domino Squad stationed on the Rishi Moon when it was attacked by the droid army.


The most intelligent of Domino Squad, he too was stationed on the Rishi Moon during the attack.


Earning his nickname due to his serial number, CT-27-5555, he was another member of Domino Squad on the Rishi Moon during the attack.

    Confederacy of Independent Systems 

Asajj Ventress

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.

Wat Tambor

The Skakoan Leader of the Techno Union

Lok Durd

A Neimoidian who led the attack on Maridun with his custom tank, "The Defoliator."

Nute Gunray

  • Adapted Out: Despite his importance, particularly in Episode I, Nute took two-and-a-half games to finally appear.
  • Cool Starship: The Neimoidian Shuttle is unlocked with him.

Poggle the Lesser

  • Adapted Out: Finally appears after not being present in the original game or its update.
  • Cool Starship: The Geonosian Starfighter is unlocked with him.

Dr. Nuvo Vindi

A Faust scientist from Adana, Vindi was obsessed with re-releasing the presumed-extinct "Blue Shadow Virus" into the wild.

Whorm Loathsome

A Kerkoiden General who led the successful capture on the planet Christophsis.

Savage Opress

    Bounty Hunters 

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.

Aurra Sing

A Palliduvan who is one of the most dangerous bounty hunters in the Galaxy.


A Patrolian bounty hunter with a penchant for sabotage and explosives, Robonino is often called in for less direct assignments. Don't let that fool you though, he's more than ready to handle a gunfight.

Shahan Alama

A Weequay former pirate who was kicked out for being too wild and unruly, Shahan turned to a life as a bounty hunter.


An IG-86 assassin droid belonging to the Black Sun who has accompanied Cad Bane on at least one mission.


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

    Other Characters 

King Katuunko

A handheld-exclusive character, he is the king of the Toydarians.

Wag Too

A Lurmen native to Maridun, Wag aided the Jedi when his homeworld was attacked by the CIS.


Another Lurmen who aided the Jedi in the attack on Maridun.


An astromech droid assigned to Anakin Skywalker's team when R2-D2 was captured. As it would happen, he was planted there by General Grievous to gather information and lead the Jedi into a trap.


The leader of a tribal group of Talz on Orto Plutonia. Opposed the Pantoran Assembly.

Chi Cho

Leader of the Pantoran Assembly on Orto Plutonia. Opposed Thi-Sen and his men.

Riyo Chuchi

A female Pantoran who sought peace between the Pantorans and Talz.

Commando Droids

The BX-Series was designed as an improvement over the standard B1-series. With more powerful weapons and brain modules, they could even wear enemy armor and pass for them at security checkpoints. Several were present during the attack on ishi Moon, and one assisted Cad Bane during his attack on the Senate Building.


Obsessed with money and power, these natives of Cato Neimoidia are a less-than-physically-imposing genetic cousin of the Duros. They commonly sided with the CIS during the Clone Wars.

Gha Nachkt

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

LEP Servant Droid

Designed as childcare providers, certain "accidents" led to them being redesigned as general servants. They cropped up a lot in the Senate building on Coruscant.

Hondo Ohnaka

A famous Weequay pirate from Florrum, he leads a notorious gang in piracy, spice trade, kidnapping, and extortion.

Pirate Ruffian

A member of Ohnaka's gang.

Tee Wat Kaa

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.

Turk Falso

Ohnaka's second-in-command. He is a pathological liar who feels himself superior to his leader.

Lurmen Villager

Peaceful, lemur-like creatures native to Maridun.


A T-series Tactical Droid, the TX-20 serves a similar purpose to OOM-Series Battle Droid Commanders, acting as leaders and overseers. They are often rude and imaptient, considering themselves superior to other droids.
  • Butt-Monkey: If you see one, expect to have to cut it's head off and use it to open a door.


Kit Fisto's loyal astromech droid. He ride's around in Kit's starfighter frequently.
  • Continuity Snarl: He doesn't look like the established R6-series in Star Wars lore, which didn't go into production until the Galactic Civil War anyway.

Luxury Droid

Designed to have a human-like appearance, the BD-3000 are employed in a variety of positions by the wealthy.

Wedge Antilles

A Rebel Pilot who took part in many important battles and ended up surviving the Galactic Civil War. He was friends with Luke Skywalker and his team.


When he was young, Galen Marek witnessed Darth Vader kill his father. The Sith then took him on as an apprentice and trained him for the day he could help Darth Vader defeat the Emperor.


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