Type: Baktoid Combat Automata T-series tactical droid
Degree: 4th Degree
Class: Tactical Droid
Sensor Color: White
Plating Color: Green
Gender: Masculine Programming
Personality Module: Advanced
Planetary Systems: 4D
Hover Vehicle Operation: 3D
Repulsorlift Operation: 3D
• Humanoid Body (2 Arms, 2 Legs)
• Human Range visual and one sensors
• Vocabulator speech/sound system
Height: 1.93 meters
Cost: Not Available For Sale
Availability: 4, R
Background: TF-1726 was a masculine-programmed T-series tactical droid who served in the Confederate Navy during the Clone Wars. In 22 BBY, the droid commanded a fleet of Munificent-class star frigates during the Sky Battle of Quell, in which he ambushed a flotilla of Venator-class Star Destroyers led by Jedi General Aayla Secura. During the course of the battle over Quell, TF-1726 lost one of his own frigates, but his remaining forces were able to destroy two of Secura’s Star Destroyers, leaving only Secura’s own command ship, the Liberty, maintaining altitude. The tactical droid then sent hundreds of B2-RP battle droids to invade the damaged destroyer.
While the battle droids attacked the Resolute, an evacuation party led by Jedi General Anakin Skywalker arrived to help by sending an evacuation party to Secura’s crippled flagship, destroying many droids aboard. Becoming impatient due to the prolongation of the battle, the tactical droid ordered his frigate’s gunners to open fire on the Liberty. As a result, all of the droids still aboard the destroyer went down with it, although Secura, Clone Commander Bly, and the evacuation party managed to escape the ship before its destruction. After the Republic’s evacuation cruiser accidentally jumped to hyperspace, TF-1726’s fleet was left to continue the battle with the remaining Republic forces, which ultimately led to a Separatist victory.
As a tactical droid, TF-1726 had his own individual color scheme, which was green and white. He was built by Baktoid to be 1.93 meters in height, with masculine programming and white photoreceptors. Like all tactical droids, he was far more intelligent than the standard battle droids of the Separatist Droid Army. Not controlled by a central control computer, he could think and function independently. A calculating droid in battle, he estimated that the invading battle droids would swiftly win the battle. However, he started to grow impatient as the battle progressed. When his forces failed to achieve victory as scheduled, being late by four minutes, he changed plans and ordered the Liberty to be targeted and destroyed immediately. A B1-Series battle droid gunner reminded him that hundreds of droids were still aboard the cruiser, but he claimed not to care, lacking any concern for them.