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“You will be remembered, Captain Gregor. We'll take your heroic story back to the Republic, and we will watch for your return.”—Colonel Gascon
CC-5576-39, who came to be known by the name "Gregor", served as a clone commando and a clone trooper captain of the Grand Army of the Old Galactic Republic during the Clone Wars. Sometime in the year 20 BBY, Gregor suffered from an amnesia after crash landing onto Abafar after the battle of Sarrish.
With no memory of who he was, Gregor eventually ended up on the Outer Rim world Abafar, where the Sullustan Borkus took advantage of the clone's lack of memory and employed him as a dishwasher at his diner. However, Colonel Meebur Gascon and the D-Squad, who were searching for a way back to the Republic after recovering a Confederate encryption module, helped Gregor gain his memory back and convinced him to aid their mission. The clone commando distracted the forces at the local Rhydonium Mining Installation while Gascon and the D-Squad escaped Abafar.
Gregor was thought to have been killed, but it turned out that he survived. After surviving and making his way back to the Republic, he suffered from brain damage, causing him to partially go crazy. Fifteen years after the Clone Wars came to an end, Gregor briefly serve the Empire until he decided to retire lived in a modified AT-TE on Seelos with Captain Rex and Commander Wolffe.
Battle of SarrishEdit
Assault on SeelosEdit
Before the Clone Wars came to an end, Gregor managed remove his inhibitor chip, and did not follow Order 66. Throughout the years after the Galactic Empire's was formed, Gregor was living his life with Captain Rex and Commander Wolffe in a modified AT-TE on the planet Seelos. Unfortunately his brain took a hit and as a result, he suffered from episodes of mild insanity and causing him to become quite unreadable.
Sometime in the year 4 BBY, the three clones were approached by the crew of the Ghost, who were looking for information on abandoned military installations for the Rebel Network. When Kanan Jarrus identified them as clones, Wolffe, in turn, recognized him as a Jedi and let off a few shots. Gregor eagerly raised his rifle but Rex calmed the situation. When Ezra Bridger explains that they were sent by Ahsoka Tano, Rex welcomed them as friends. Later on, Gregor encouraged Garazeb Orrelios to help the clones hunt for joopas. But he later reveals to Ezra that Zeb was in fact the bait, resulting in the Lasat being swallowed by the joopa, whom Gregor nicknamed Big Bongo. After managing to kill the joopa, Zeb was none to happy to learn that he was bait, but was calmed when Gregor pointed out that he helped catch Big Bongo.
While settling down for dinner, Sabine discovered that one of the clones, Wolffe, had contacted the Empire. While Gregor and Rex had grown to trust the Ghost crew, Wolffe wanted to protect his comrades from being persecuted by the Empire for harboring these rebels. When confronted, Wolffe admitted his wrongdoing and accepted Rex's reasoning that the rebels were their friends. After discovering and destroying an Imperial probe droid, the clones and rebels prepared for the impending Imperial assault. While Kanan tried to convince the clones to come with them, Rex was adamant that he and his comrades would stay behind to hold the Imperials back while the rebels escaped.
The rebels reluctantly departed on their auxiliary ship Phantom to rendezvous with the Ghost in space. Shortly later, a force of three AT-AT walkers led by the Imperial Security Bureau Agent Kallus, a perennial foe of the crew of the Ghost. While outnumbered and outgunned, Gregor and his companions faced off against the Imperials in their lone AT-TE walker. At Ezra's urging, the rebels returned to rescue the clones and succeeded in defeating the Imperial force, forcing Kallus and his men to flee into the desert. After that, Gregor and his fellow clones saluted Kanan and his Padawan, and Rex agreed to join the Rebellion whilst Gregor and Wolffe stayed behind on Seelos, taking the remaining AT-AT walker for their new home.
Personality and TraitsEdit
“He's doing what a soldier does: sacrificing himself for the lives of others.”—Colonel Gascon to WAC
When Meebur Gascon discovered Gregor, he was confused and not very confident and spoke in a low voice. He thought Borkus was doing a good thing for him by letting him get an apartment and work as a dishwasher for money. When Gregor asked what a clone was, Borkus told them they were brave and skilled soldiers and that was something Gregor was not. As D-Squad began to reassemble, Gregor's personality changed. He became confident and spoke louder in a brave and proud voice. He then realize Borkus was treating him like a slave, and became a proud soldier for the Republic once again. He was brave and daring enough to go on the task to destroy entire mining facility and a whole battalion of droids and even promise his superiors that he would return. He also put other lives before his own and let D-Squad escape while he stayed to fight.
Behind the scenesEdit
Gregor was first seen in "Missing in Action," an episode of the fifth season of the Star Wars: The Clone Wars television series. A preview clip featuring Gregor was later shown at Celebration VI. He is voiced by Dee Bradley Baker.
- Star Wars: The Clone Wars – "Missing in Action" (First appearance)
- Star Wars Rebels – "The Lost Commanders"
- Star Wars Rebels – "Relics of the Old Republic"