Stormtroopers Commanders were Stormtroopers assigned to command other Stormtroopers of the Galactic Empire.

The only thing that made the Commanders different from the Stormtroopers was they wore an orange, red or white shoulder pauldron on their right shoulder.


Art Attack

A Commander attempted to stop Sabine from vandalizing TIE Fighter but failed and got blown up by the bombs, but survived it.

Droids in Distress

One Stormtrooper Commander took command of a squadron of troopers when Maketh Tua reached Garel to negotiate a arms dealer and was also lead by Agent Kallus to capture the Rebels.

Gathering Forces

Another Commander wearing a red shoulder pauldron, was working second in command of the squad of troopers aiding The Grand Inquisitor to attack Ezra Bridger and Kanan Jarrus.

Rebel Resolve

Another Stormtrooper Commander tried to stop the Rebellion from stealing an All Terrain Defense Pod walker but he and his Stormtroopers failed.

Fire Across the Galaxy

Another Commander arrives and tried to stop the rebels from rescuing Kanan Jarrus.

Star Wars Rebels: The Siege of Lothal

The Ghost Crew attempt to get to minister Maketh Tua so Kanan Jarrus knocked out a Stormtrooper Commander so he could get past security and distract Agent Kallus while the rebels save Tua. Later on afterDarth Vader encounters Kanan and Ezra and the rebels escape, a Stormtrooper Commander wearing a white shoulder pauldron informs Vader he will mobilize TIEs to go after the Rebels; however, Vader dismisses the plan.


Season One

  • "Art Attack" (First appearance)
  • Star Wars Rebels: Spark of Rebellion (No lines)
  • "Droids in Distress"
  • "Gathering Forces"
  • "Rebel Resolve"
  • "Fire Across the Galaxy"

Season Two

  • Star Wars Rebels: The Siege of Lothal
  • "Blood Sisters"
  • "Stealth Strike"
  • "The Future of the Force"
  • "A Princess on Lothal"
  • "Legends of the Lasat"
  • "Homecoming" (No lines)

Video Games

  • Star Wars Rebels: Recon Missions
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