Name: CC-8826 "Neyo" (Deceased)
Rank: Marshal Commander
Tier: Low 2
Background: CC-8826, nicknamed "Neyo," was an ARC clone trooper who served in the Grand Army of the Republic during the Clone Wars. Cloned from the template of the Human male bounty hunter Jango Fett on the water world of Kamino, Neyo was a graduate of ARC trooper Alpha-17's elite clone commander training program. Given the rank of clone marshal commander, Neyo became the commanding officer of the 91st Reconnaissance Corps, and served alongside Mace Windu for many battles, the two forming a close bond.
Neyo saw fights from Mandalore to Dantooine, leading the most prolific Clone unit in the early days of the War, and was regarded amongst other clones in an almost deity-like fashion. This, however, would not stop Neyo from sacrificing himself at the Battle of Taris to stop Darth Nihilus, by detonating his command ship when the Sith Lord entered the bridge.
Speed: Middle C Combat Speed
Abilities: Beyond Peak Human Strength. Mastery in Blaster Rifles, Ground Vehicles, Blaster Pistols, and Mandalorian Hand-to-Hand Combat. Highly Proficient in Weapon Instinct, Korun Hand-to-Hand, Explosives, Sniper Rifles, Throwables, Mental Shielding, Jetpacks and Martial Weapons.
Equipment: Westar M5; Mastery with DC-15S Carbine; DC-17; DC-17/DC-15A; DP-23; Phase 1 Plastoid Clone Armour; 2 Fragmentation Grenades; 2 Reverse-polarity Pulse Grenades; 2 EMP Grenades; 2 Ion Grenades; Utility Belt with: Ammunition, Grappling Hook, Basic Medical Supplies, Multitool; Combat Shovel; Dursateel Crushgaunts.
Weaknesses: Neyo was notoriously hard to get along with, only clicking with Commander Bacara and High General Mace Windu. As such, having Neyo work alongside anyone who was not those two would greatly reduce the Republic’s combat effectiveness. Neyo was completely and utterly devoted to this mission, shown by his willingness to blow himself up to defeat Darth Nihilus at Taris. As such, creating a combat scenario where the goal just hangs out of reach from Neyo would make him chase after it ever more, allowing one to lead him into a trap… or worse.