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CC-1010
"Fox"
Biographical information
Homeworld

Kamino

Physical description
Species

Human (clone)

Gender

Male

Height

1.83 meters

Chronological and political information
Era(s)

Rise of the Empire era

Affiliation
"When will you fools learn? No one escapes from Commander Fox."
―Commander Fox

CC-1010, nicknamed "Fox," was the clone trooper commander of the famed Coruscant Guard during the Clone Wars.

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Biography

"Should we arrest the Hutt, Senator?"
―Fox, to Senator Amidala, after apprehending Ziro — (audio)Listen (file info)
Commander Fox carrying his blaster rifle.

CC-1010 carried two blaster pistols in holsters on the sides of his kama. He wore the distinctive crimson color of the Coruscant Guard on his armor and a variation of the Galactic Senate Emblem. Fox led a squad of his Coruscant Guard clone troopers on a mission to rescue Senator Padmé Amidala from Ziro the Hutt's Palace on Coruscant when her negotiations with the crimelord went awry.[1]

At some point during the Clone Wars, Count Dooku put a hefty live bounty on all of the senators of the Republic Senate. Because almost all of the senators resided on Coruscant, it fell under the jurisdiction of Fox and his men to protect them. One such incident occurred when Fox learned from his spies that a Trandoshan was planning to kidnap senator Shayla Paige-Tarkin. Fox found the hunter but had been ordered to keep him alive. The Trandoshan took off upon seeing Fox, but the Commander knew the streets of Coruscant better than most. He contacted his fellow guards and quickly cornered the bounty hunter. With no where else to go, the Trandoshan blasted his way to the roof of a nearby building with a jetpack. Still intent on capturing the Trandoshan, Fox used his grappling hook to climb up the side of that same building. On the roof, Fox's advances were met with more hostile fire, but was able to shoot the blaster out of the would-be kidnapper's hand and talk him into surrendering.[2]

Fox led a squad of the Coruscant Guard in confronting the bounty hunter Cad Bane, who was escaping from the Republic Executive Building after taking a group of senators hostage and using them to secure Ziro the Hutt's liberation from the Republic Judiciary Central Detention Center. However, the clone commander was forced to let Bane and his team escape when it was revealed that the hunter was still holding the senators captive.[3]

Commander Fox

In 22 BBY, Fox went to Juma 9 with Obi-Wan Kenobi and Threepwood to free the station from the Separatists battle droids.

Armor and equipment

Fox's Phase I armor featured crimson markings, and his chest featured a variation of the Galactic Senate emblem. Fox's helmet was similar to Commander CC-2224, though it sported a dark red color. Known to wear a kama, and blaster holster, Fox also carried and used a DC-15A blaster rifle, DC-15S blaster, DC-17 hand blasters and a grappling hook.

Behind the scenes

Fox was first mentioned in toy lines for the The Clone Wars film.

In the Swedish translation of The Clone Wars: The Visual Guide, Fox's rank is stated to be Överste. Överste is the Swedish word for Colonel.

Fox, like all other clones, is voiced by Dee Bradley Baker in the Clone Wars TV series. Fox's appearance in "Hostage Crisis" was not verified until its later Decoded re-airing.

Appearances

Wookieepedia has a collection of images related to CC-1010.
  • Out Foxed (First appearance)
  • Star Wars: The Clone Wars film / novel
  • Star Wars: The Clone Wars – "Hostage Crisis"
  • Star Wars: The Clone Wars: Republic Heroes (Nintendo DS edition)

Sources

Notes and references

  1. Target Exclusive Profile
  2. Out Foxed
  3. Star Wars: The Clone Wars – "Hostage Crisis(Decoded)

External links

  • LEGO catalogue image with name
  • LEGO image
  • Hasbro figure
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