How to Make Custom LEGO Star Wars Clones

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How to Make Custom LEGO Star Wars Clones
Clone Troopers usually wear white, but you can customise your LEGO Clone Trooper however you like. (Bryan Bedder/Getty Images Entertainment/Getty Images)

The fun in playing with LEGO building blocks is using the pieces to make your own custom creations-- a practice that carries over to the "LEGO Star Wars III: The Clone Wars" video game. In Create-a-Character mode, players mix and match different LEGO pieces to create brand-new characters, including custom Clone Troopers. In the Star Wars universe, Clone Troopers are the peacekeeping soldiers that fight for the Republic against the Separatists and their Droid Army and, although each is identical to one another, your custom LEGO Clone Trooper may be as unique as you desire.

Skill level:
Moderately Easy

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    Earn six Gold Bricks throughout the game to gain access to the Resolute Medical Bay. Gold Bricks are earned as rewards for completing missions, so you will need to complete six missions before you can create a custom LEGO Clone.

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    Visit the Medical Bay on the Resolute once you have obtained the Gold Bricks. Select one of the Bacta Tanks on the back wall of the Medical Bay to enter Create-a-Character mode.

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    Cycle through the different options for torsos, heads, legs and accessories to create the customised look you want for your Clone Trooper. In the Star Wars universe, Clone Troopers wear white coloured armour and matching helmets, so use that as the basis for your custom character. Clones are classified as Gunner characters in "LEGO Star Wars III: The Clone Wars" so pick his weapons and abilities accordingly.

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    Save your Clone and exit the Medical Bay. You can now select your custom Clone Trooper for Free Play mode or while you explore the Resolute game hub by accessing a holoprojector.

Tips and warnings

  • Unlocking more characters gives you more LEGO pieces to work with when creating your LEGO Clone Trooper.
  • You can only save two custom characters at a time.

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