SCORCH
(Republic Commando)

Source: Expanded Universe -
(Republic Commando)

Collection: Battle of Geonosis

Year: 2006

Number: SAGA-021

Assortment: Basic Figures

Retail: $5.89

Assortment Number: 85987/85770

UPC Number: 6 53569 12337 8

Weapons and Accessories:

  • DC-17M Stock Mount with Anti-Armor Attachment
  • Backpack
  • Display Stand
  • Earned Nickname: Accidentally burning his eyebrows
    Skill: Explosives Technician
    Known as: Delta's Resident Wiseacre
    Comments: When the battle begins on Geonosis, clone trooper Scorch is ordered to engage the Separatist droid army. Scorch's Delta number is Six-Two, but he is well known for his humorous mishaps. Although he is a competent soldier and an excellent explosives technician, "Scorch" earned his nickname after an ordnance accident that left him without eyebrows for a short time.







    Points of Interest:
  • Scorch's clone designation is RC-1262.
  • The four members of Delta Squad were originally planned to wear similar all-white suits of armor. It was George Lucas who suggested changing them to have individual colored armor to not only distinguish one clone from the other, but also play up a theme he established in Attack of the Clones and Revenge of the Sith.
  • Photography by Dan Curto

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