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A Mandalorian Supercommando.

Mandalorian Supercommandos, or Mando Ori'ramikade in Mando'a were elite Mandalorian soldiers that followed the Supercommando Codex, as written by Jaster Mereel.

History

The date of their conception is unknown, but presumably they existed as of 60 BBY, when Mandalore Jaster Mereel issued his Supercommando Codex. Jaster's men served as mercenaries and warriors for hire, but their primary goal was to hunt the Death Watch. During the Mandalorian Civil War, the Supercommandos loyal to Mereel's True Mandalorian faction were eliminated to the last man at the 34 BBY Battle of Galidraan.

Decades later, during the Clone Wars, Mandalore the Resurrector trained 214 new recruits as Supercommandos, although by the end of the war all but three (Mandalore, Fenn Shysa, and Tobbi Dala) were dead. It is unknown if Shysa's later Mandalorian Protectors used the term.

By the time of the Second Galactic Civil War in 40 ABY, Mandalore Boba Fett had a total of 100 Supercommandos to call on including Fett's granddaughter Mirta Gev, her fiancé Ghes Orade, Orade's adoptive father Novoc Vevut, Baltan Carid, Ram Zerimar and Goran Beviin.

During the Second Battle of Fondor, Fett led a group of 50 Supercommandos allied with Admiral Natasi Daala aboard the Imperial Star Destroyer Bloodfin to retake the ship from forces loyal to the Moffs attempting to join forces with Darth Caedus. The Commandos succeeded, although they were forced to allow Sith apprentice Tahiri Veila to escape with aid from Caedus due to Fett's orders that only Jaina Solo would confront her brother.

Appearances

Goot and Bobb in Mandalorian Supercommando armor

Sources

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