Villain Overview
Obi-Wan Kenobi: These aren't the droids you're looking for.
Stormtrooper: These aren't the droids we're looking for.
~ Obi-Wan Kenobi and an unidentified Stormtrooper.

Stormtroopers are soldiers that appeared as supporting antagonists in both the original and the sequel Star Wars trilogies. They served the Galactic Empire, and later, the First Order as basic foot soldiers.


Galactic Empire

Stormtroopers were originally the skilled, Republic-serving clone troopers. After Order 66 was executed, all of the clone troopers that took part in the event served the first year of the Galactic Empire as the newly formed Imperial Stormtroopers. Over time, however, the clones were decommissioned and the Empire began recruiting naturally born humans from imperial planets while the remaining clones eventually retired out of service. Once the Empire made its first reform, all troopers were to embrace uniformity.

Stormtroopers would usually alongside one or two other stormtrooper squads, each counting at 9 stormtroopers total. Stormtroopers main tactic is to outnumber the enemy in a similar fashion to Battle Droids.

After the Republic's conversion to the Galactic Empire, they lost many of the advantages Clone Troopers had such as the leadership of Jedi generals.

First Order

Thirty years since the Battle of Endor, the remaining Stormtroopers entered service to the First Order. These Stormtroopers were raised from birth to fight as soldiers for the First Order.

See First Order Stormtroopers for more details.


Imperial Remnent

The Empire began to decline after the Battle of Endor and Stormtroopers became less common until the Empire was just a small territory ruling only a few planets called the Imperial Remnent. Since Stormtroopers were less common and the Remnent did not have the economy of the former empire, they became much better soldiers because the Remnent knew they had limited troops at their disposal. With their better training, the Stormtroopers of the Imperial Remnent led the Remnent to victory in the war against the dreaded Yuuzhan Vong.

Fel Empire

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Emblem of Fel Empire for Stormtroopers.

Several years after the Yuuzhan Vong war, a man named Jagged Fel became the Remnent's leader, and under his rule, the Remnent began to grow strong again, but unlike the former Galactic Empire, the Fel Empire was quite benevolent. It rejected the dark side of the force, and embraced the light side and trained their own force sensitive faction, the Imperial Knights. As for Stormtroopers, they became more numerous, but the training from the Remnent stayed the same and they continued to be great soldiers who protected the innocent. And for the first time ever, aliens were allowed to become Stormtroopers.

Darth Krayt's Sith Empire and Empire in Exile

A Brief treatment of Sith Stormtroopers follows. See Sith Trooper and Darth Krayt's Sith Troopers for more details.

While the Empire began to grow again, the Galactic Alliance of free Planets began to decline due to false-flag terrorism by the One Sith. The Sith cult framed the Yuuzhan Vong for altering planet terraforming projects,tricking the alliance into thinking the Vong were continuing their war. As war and chaos erupted in the Alliance, the Fel Empires council (Who had members that clung deeply to Palpatines way) decided to restore the Empire as the dominant power in the Galaxy.

The Stormtroopers led the Empire to victory in the war, and briefly the Fel Empire ruled with wisdom and generosity, the Evil Darth Krayt staged a coup and broke the Empire into two factions, Darth Krayt's Sith Empire, a government some consider even worse then the first Galactic Empire, and The Empire in Exile, a rebellion group determined to restore the glory of the benevolent Fel Empire. Every single stormtrooper was forced to choose sides, some sided with Darth Krayt, others sided with Emperor Roen Fel, the ruler of the Empire in Exile.

The Stormtroopers of Krayt's Empire became just like the ones of The first Galactic Empire, cruel, without mercy, but poorly trained and taught to rely on numbers (but still effective against less important protagonists). The Stormtroopers of the Empire in Exile were well trained and proved crucial in winning the war, but Fel died in the final battle and the Empire became part of a new government called the Galactic Federation Trumvirate that united the entire galaxy. Stormtroopers continued to serve the Empires side of the government and still remain great and benevolent soldiers.

The 501st Legion

This special legion of Stormtroopers were selected during the events of the Clone Wars. They received extra training on Coruscant beyond the standard clone training received on the planet Kamino, where all the clones were "born". During the course of the Clone Wars the legion members were assigned many duties, but several ended up serving alongside General Skywalker and Captain Rex. Eventually these troopers served directly under Darth Vader and were notably the last squadron to be comprised completely of Fett's clones.They also fought for the Remnant in the Vong war, and fought for the Fel Empire and Empire in Exile, and proved crucial in winning those wars.


Standard issue for the stormtrooper were the BlasTech E-11 Blaster Rifle along with a SE-14r sidearm. The Blaster Rifle was modeled after the Clone Troopers DC-15 Blaster in most respects, but was more powerful and much less precise. This fact must also have contributed to the Stormtroopers' famed lack of accuracy. After the Empire became the Remnant, E-11 Blaster Rifles received numerous upgrades making them more accurate, the upgrades remained in the Remnant and Fel Empire, but Krayt's empire removed the upgrades making their Stormtroopers just as incompetent as Palpatine's soldiers were. Despite this, Stormtroopers proved to be greatly effective in combat situations and are varied in different classes, such as Darktrooper or the Scout Trooper as well as the Shock Trooper. The Stormtroopers are also armed with thermal detonators, but the Shock Trooper can also carry mines. The Stormtroopers can also carry other weapons if permitted by the imperial officer or the general.


Stormtrooper training starts at childhood. Children who display the proper health conditions are shipped off to their local training academy where they are given rigorous training in order to turn them into elite soldiers. They are taught to disregard fallen comrades in battle and press on, no matter how much the odds are stacked against them.

Both boys and girls are permitted to become Stormtroopers but are placed in units comprised entirely of only one gender. Cadets are armed energy blasters which they use for shooting and are also taught how to pilot Imperial Walkers. They are also regularly put through obstacle course to test their strength, reflexes and skills. Failure to make it through the course is harshly punished.


  • Aquatic Assault Stormtrooper
  • Armored Stormtrooper
  • Assault Trooper
  • Beachtrooper
  • Bomb Squad Stormtrooper
  • Cavetrooper
  • Clone Shadow Trooper
  • Clone Stormtrooper
  • Coastal Defender Stormtrooper
  • Cold Assault Stormtrooper
  • Cold Weather Assault Stormtrooper
  • Crowd Control Stormtrooper
  • Dark Trooper
  • Darth Vader's Security Force
  • Death Trooper
  • Demolition Trooper
  • Desert Stormtrooper
  • Dewback Trooper
  • EVO Trooper
  • Field Stormtrooper
  • Flametrooper (Galactic Empire)
  • Forest Trooper
  • GeNode
  • Grenadier Trooper
  • Hazard stormtrooper
  • Heavy Shoretrooper
  • Heavy Weapons Stormtrooper
  • Imperial Cadet
  • Imperial Commando Special Unit
  • Imperial Heavy Trooper
  • Imperial Heavy Trooper
  • Imperial Jumptrooper
  • Imperial Marine
  • Imperial Navy commando
  • Imperial Riot trooper
  • Imperial Shock trooper
  • Incinerator Stormtrooper
  • Jumptrooper
  • Magma trooper
  • Minetrooper
  • Novatrooper
  • Phase II Dark Trooper
  • Purge Trooper
  • Radiation Zone Assault Trooper
  • Riot Control Stormtrooper
  • Riot Stormtrooper
  • Rocket Stormtrooper
  • Sandtrooper
  • Sarne's Stormtroopers
  • Scout Trooper
  • Seatrooper
  • Shadow EVO Trooper
  • Shadow stormtrooper
  • Shadow Trooper
  • Shadow Trooper/Legends
  • Shadowtrooper
  • Sniper trooper
  • Special Commando Advanced Recon trooper
  • Speeder Bike Assault Force
  • Storm Commando
  • Storm commandos
  • Stormmedic
  • Stormrifle
  • Stormsniper
  • Stormsurgeon
  • Stormtrooper commander
  • Stormtrooper droid
  • Stormtrooper Grenadier
  • Stormtrooper sniper
  • Terror Trooper
  • Vader's Special Force Trooper
  • Wetland assault stormtrooper
  • Zero-G assault stormtrooper


  • FL group
  • FN Corps
  • FO group
  • Stormtrooper Corps
  • 105th Stormtrooper Platoon
  • 291st Legion Dalisor
  • 37th Detachment
  • 439th Legion
  • 501st Legion (Empire of the Hand)
  • Baker Company (stormtrooper)
  • Bissillirus Blaster
  • Cattena Squadron
  • Company C
  • Dangerst squad
  • Darktrooper Team Two
  • Draxlor Company
  • Gamma Squad (Imperial)
  • Gammat Squad
  • Imperial Ninety-Seventh Stormtrooper Legion
  • K-Level Squad
  • Kalaan defectors
  • One-Oh-Seventh Stormtrooper Legion
  • Protectorate
  • Rebel Routers
  • Squad Five (Regina Cayli)
  • Squad Four (Regina Cayli)
  • Squad Three (Galactic Empire)
  • Strategic Insertion battalion
  • Task Force 99
  • Thulpin Defense
  • Unit 6
  • Unit Aurek-Seven

Empire of the Hand Stormtroopers

Known Members

  • Balkin
  • Bragger
  • Choral
  • Cloud (stormtrooper)
  • Dropkick
  • Kicker (stormtrooper)
  • Lhagva
  • Jorm Whistler Mackenni
  • Puriv
  • Shadow (stormtrooper)
  • Shrinks
  • Su-mil
  • Watchman (stormtrooper)
  • Stormtroopers of the Fel Empire‎
  • Galactic Empire Stormtroopers
  • 0761
  • 1047
  • 1138 (stormtrooper)
  • 1219
  • 17786
  • 37
  • 73
  • 761
  • 915
  • Aero (stormtrooper)
  • AF-119
  • AF-27
  • Ash-Streak
  • B4711
  • Clayton Balrog
  • Basher (stormtrooper)
  • Berl (stormtrooper)
  • Birdloe
  • Bisk
  • BK-298
  • BN-749
  • BO-661
  • Bob (stormtrooper)
  • Britt
  • BT-413
  • Ames Bunkle
  • Burrk
  • Cav (stormtrooper)
  • Chorn
  • Corlac
  • CV-481
  • CX-425
  • Dave
  • Death Squad Leader
  • Dendu
  • Dobbs
  • Isila Drutch
  • DS-378
  • EX-222
  • Flint
  • Four-Eighteen
  • Four-Twenty
  • FR-351
  • Fredja
  • Garryg
  • Gatterweld
  • Gland
  • Modigal Glave
  • Grath (stormtrooper)
  • Tag Greenley
  • Grotto
  • GT-643
  • H449-B7
  • Haku
  • Kile Hannad
  • HJ-377
  • HX-138
  • Jan (stormtrooper)
  • Jaru
  • JH-101
  • Vajoo Jinssa
  • JJR-579
  • JK-027
  • JN-092
  • JN-093
  • Wehda Jochi
  • Jonsey
  • Jor Tribulus
  • JTN-303
  • KD-121
  • Lex Kempo
  • Killer (stormtrooper)
  • Kjazhed-Uhl
  • KL-443
  • Kovacs
  • Kreel
  • Myn Kyneugh
  • Gana Lant
  • LS-005
  • LX-466
  • Otome Mafai
  • Matham
  • MB-223
  • Mic
  • Mindak
  • Misty
  • Moff's Own
  • Graaqu Namec
  • Killium Neb
  • Aric Nightdrifter
  • NT-311
  • NT-757
  • Thara Nyende
  • O-625
  • Mychael Ologat
  • Pakku
  • Pargo
  • Beljo Phtre
  • Triv Pothman
  • Puddra
  • QQ-463
  • RGA-972
  • RK-242
  • Cancl Rosan
  • RT441
  • RW957
  • Joval Ryyk
  • Samiam
  • SG-567
  • SG-619
  • Lapis Sheqoa
  • Shrap
  • SP-156
  • Spilik's aide
  • ST-297
  • ST-347
  • Super Ace
  • TA-667
  • Javda Tawas
  • TB-137
  • TB-278
  • TB-2954
  • TB-31
  • TD-1123
  • TD-334
  • TD-5144
  • Terex
  • TK-1016
  • TK-104
  • TK-108
  • TK-121
  • TK-14057
  • TK-16
  • TK-21
  • Tk-216
  • TK-217
  • TK-32
  • TK-3207
  • TK-331
  • TK-348
  • TK-363
  • TK-4012
  • TK-40121
  • TK-412
  • TK-420
  • TK-421
  • TK-428
  • TK-462
  • TK-471
  • TK-488
  • TK-510
  • TK-511
  • TK-512
  • TK-513
  • TK-514
  • TK-517
  • TK-520
  • TK-521
  • TK-522
  • TK-523
  • TK-529
  • TK-530
  • TK-531
  • TK-532
  • TK-533
  • TK-5331
  • TK-555
  • TK-570
  • TK-571 (Stormtrooper)
  • TK-572
  • TK-573
  • TK-577
  • TK-664
  • TK-717
  • TK-718
  • TK-7193
  • TK-813
  • TK-8H2
  • TK-934
  • TK-9H4
  • TK329
  • TK8252
  • TL-017
  • TR-522
  • Turk
  • TX-567
  • TX-840
  • Unco


  • AD-742
  • Ajaf
  • Dofey

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Fel Empire Troops

A Talz Stormtrooper and a female TIE Fighter pilot.

  • They appear to derive their name from elite German assault troops during WWI, who were referred to as "stormtroopers".
  • There is a popular fan theory that suggests that the Stormtroopers aboard the Death Star were ordered to deliberately miss the heroes while shooting at them so the Empire could track them to the rebel base, hinting that Stormtroopers are actually good shots.
  • All Imperial Stormtroopers are left handed. 
  • In the original Legends storyline, aliens and females were accepted to be Stormtroopers in the Galactic Empire for the first time. 


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