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Tup

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Name: CT-5385 | “Tup”
Type: Clone Trooper
Species: Human (Clone)
Homeworld: Kamino
Gender: Male
Born: 32 BBY (968 GC)
Died: 19 BBY (981 GC)
Hair Color: Black
Eye Color: Brown
Height: 1.83m
Weight: 78 kg
Skin: Tan

DEXTERITY 3D
Blaster 4D+1
Brawling Parry 4D+2
Dodge 3D+1
Melee Combat 4D
Melee Parry 3D+1

KNOWLEDGE 2D
Tactics 3D

MECHANICAL 2D
Jet Pack Operation: 3D

PERCEPTION 2D
Search 3D
Sneak 3D+1

STRENGTH 3D
Brawling 4D+1
Climbing/Jumping 3D+1
Stamina 4D

TECHNICAL 2D
Armor Repair 2D+2
Blaster Repair 3D
Demolitions 3D

Special Abilities:
Military Training: All Clones go through intensive military training throughout their formative years.

Obedient: Clones are conditioned to obey their superiors’ orders without question, loyally follow the the chain of command.

Force Sensitive: N
Force Points: 1
Dark Side Points: 0
Character Points: 6
Move: 10

Equipment: DC-17 blaster pistol (3D+2), DC-15 blaster rifle (5D+1), clone trooper armor (+2D Physical, +1D Energy, -1D Dexterity, -1 Move), Jet Pack

Background: CT-5385, nicknamed “Tup,” was a clone trooper who served in the 501st Legion of the Grand Army of the Republic during the Clone Wars. Tup was considered a rookie when he began his service under Clone Captain CT-7567 “Rex” at the Battle of Umbara. He grew close with fellow soldier ARC trooper CT-5555 “Fives” during the campaign. When the clones were eventually betrayed by their temporary commander Jedi General Pong Krell, Tup was instrumental in the capture of the rogue Jedi.

Tup continued his service in the 501st at the Battle of Ringo Vinda. However, during the campaign, his behavioral modification biochip malfunctioned, resulting in him executing Clone Protocol 66 prematurely and killing Jedi General Tiplar. He was taken into custody and shipped back to the clone homeworld Kamino. However, the transport bringing him back was captured by the Separatists. Tup was eventually freed by Jedi General Anakin Skywalker, Rex, and Fives, who saw that he was brought to Kamino.

At Tipoca City, Tup was believed to be suffering from a virus he contracted at Ringo Vinda. When tests revealed this was not the case, Jedi Master Shaak Ti believed Tup to be the target of a Separatist brainwashing plot. However, the Kaminoans Lama Su and Nala Se discovered the real cause of the malfunctioning inhibitor chip. Vowing to cover up the scheme set in motion by Darth Tyranus at the war’s beginning, they attempted to terminate Tup. However, Tup’s friend Fives, with the help of the medical droid AZI-3, discovered the true cause of Tup’s behavior.

As the inhibitor chip was removed, Tup began to act like his old self, but it was too late to save him. An ailing Tup reassured Fives that there no more missions for him, saying the nightmare is finally over, dying with his friend at his side. Fives continued to investigate and learned the truth of the massive conspiracy, but would die shortly later.

Appearances: The Clone Wars

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