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CRL Update Discussion - Purge Trooper Phase I: Electrostaff Specialist


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In light of new details emerging in in-game images I have created this thread to drive discussion on a CRL update. Once items are identified the CRL text will be added in this post to illustrate the changes.

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This will be the main listing and we'll tackle each part piece by piece (green is done, yellow is WIP, and red is not finalized):

  • Helmet
  • Under Suit and Neck Seal
  • Shoulder Bib
  • Pauldron
  • Shoulder Armor
  • Upper Arm Armor
  • Elbow Armor
  • Forearm Armor
  • Hand Plates
  • Gloves
  • Chest Armor
  • Back Armor
  • Abdomen Armor
  • Cod Armor
  • Posterior Armor
  • Belt
  • Kama
  • Thigh Armor
  • Knee Armor
  • Lower Leg Armor
  • Boots
  • Electrostaff
  • DC-15S Blaster
  • DC-15A Blaster

Description: Purge Trooper Phase I: Electrostaff Specialist
Prefix: TX
Detachment: Spec Ops Detachment
Context: Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order

Purge Troopers served the Imperial Inquisitors within the Galactic Empire. They were specifically trained in order to assist the Inquisitors in hunting down the surviving Jedi after Order 66. Certain squad members were trained to use Electrostaffs in order to fight against lightsaber wielding enemies of the Empire. These Electrostaff specialists are distinguished by specialized markings on their chin and a black pauldron.

Special Notes:

  • The armor parts shall be satin and made from one of these (or similar) types of materials:
    • Fiberglass
    • ABS (Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene)
    • HIPS (High Impact Polystyrene)
    • PLA, ABS, PETG (3D Printing)
    • Polyurethane Rubber
  • All armor pieces will have light to moderate weathering that is gray in color. All weathering will be consistent across the costume with no piece(s) standing out from the others.
  • Blasters are not required for legion membership per our weapons policy
  • 3D Printed parts are permitted but all print lines and other artifacts must be removed.

Helmet

  • Realistic style Purge Trooper helmet.
    • Note that this helmet differs from the Airborne Trooper helmet sculpt.
  • Armor is painted satin black.
  • Helmet has a rounded dome with no mohawk.
  • Helmet has a narrow red eye lens.
  • The etched lines on the face of a standard Airborne Trooper helmet are not present.
  • Along each side of the eye lens are semi circular intake vents with a protruding tube extending towards back of helmet.
    • Vent does not feature open slits.
    • Vent features twelve raised, vertical bars that are evenly spaced along the length of the vent.
  • Area below the nose bridge splits open to the base and has a gray, vertical inset vocoder column detail.
    • The front face of the delta piece features two raised rectangles.
  • The front face of the delta piece features 10 ribs.
  • Base of helmet has two widened ventilation tube bands with the widest tube band on bottom.
  • Ends of the smaller tube band, above the helmet base, have a black mesh opening in front.
  • Two black round aerators are located in the split area in front of lower tube band.
  • The front edge of the lowest tube band is painted gray.
  • A small red square is painted on the underside of the vocoder opening in the lowest tube band.
  • Base tube band has elliptical shaped inset ventilation detail with vertical ribbing at the front cheek areas.
    • The vents are painted dark gray.
  • The front end of the vent insert is squared off
  • Helmet has an indented band that extends around the back of the helmet.
  • Squared off rib detail at the base of the helmet dome is a different tone of satin black.
  • Armor has little to no weathering. Any weathering present consists of gray tones.
  • Visor lens is red.

OPTIONAL Level two certification (if applicable):

  • The visor has a red lighting effect that matches the reference photos.

Undersuit and Neck Seal

  • Undersuit has one-piece or two-piece construction with no visible zippers or logos.
  • All materials are low-sheen leather or leather-like material.
  • Neck seal may be integrated into the suit, or worn over it.
    • Neck seal has 1.5” (38.1mm) vertical ribs.
  • Spacings of the ribs given below are approximate.
    • Shirt has vertical 1” (25.4mm) ribbing across the torso.
    • The horizontal arm ribs taper from approximately 1" (25.4) wide at the torso to ¾" (19mm) at the wrist.
    • Sleeves are joined to the torso with a curved ¼” (6.3mm) rib.
    • The pants have a heavier taper in the vertical rib spacing, starting at 1.5" (38.1mm) wide at the waist to ¾" (19mm) above the ankle.
  • Ribbing appears to meet behind the cod piece.

Shoulder Bib

  • Material is low-sheen leather or leather-like material, matching the undersuit.
  • Spacing of the ribs given below are approximate.
    • Center front of the bib has three 1.5" (38.1mm) vertical ribs, with 1.5" (38.1mm) horizontal ribbing on either side.
    • Center rear of the bib has ten 1.5" (38.1mm) vertical ribs, with 1.5" (38.1mm) horizontal ribbing on either side.
    • There is a ½" (12.7mm) rib running along the outside of the garment and around the inside of the neck.

Pauldron

  • A black pauldron made of leather or a leather-like material, worn over the right shoulder.
  • There are six vertical panels at the front, and six at the rear. On the right side of the trooper, these are joined by the main, largest panel of the pauldron over the right shoulder. On the left side, these are joined by a smaller inverted trapezoid panel at the side of the neck. The pauldron has hems of the same leather or leather like material running around the full inside and outside circumferences of the pauldron.
  • The main shoulder area of the pauldron is black.
  • A black strap runs under the right arm, attached to the front and back of the pauldron at the points where the front and back ribs meet the largest panel of the pauldron. Strap is attached to the front and the back using a gunmetal popper or rivet. 
  • A black strap, made from leather or leather-like material, extends from the front left corner, under the left arm and attaches at the back left corner.  Attachment is out of sight, under the pauldron. The strap has a buckle attached under the left armpit that resembles a ratchet-strap, as per the reference image.
  • Three ammo cartridges are attached to the strap over the chest. Each cartridge has a raised U-shaped profile at the bottom, and a recessed rectangular notch in the center of the top.

Shoulder Armor

  • Purge Trooper style shoulder armor.
  • Shoulders are tear drop in shape with all rounded edges, matching the reference images.
  • Armor is painted satin black.
  • Each shoulder has a red Imperial Cog emblem, sized proportionally to the wearer and matching the reference images.
  • There is no visible method of attachment of the shoulder armor to the suit.

Upper Arm Armor

  • Purge Trooper style bicep armor.
  • Armor is painted satin black.
  • There is an ammo strap with three ammo cartridges present on the right bicep.
    • Ammo cartridges are satin black.
    • The strap consists of an approximately ¾" (19.05mm) or 1” (25.4mm) black leather or leather-like band.
  • Armor has a front hard line outside edge and inside rounded edge, with indented area on back.
  • Armor is seamless.
    • No visible traces of how the armor was assembled are shown.

Elbow Armor

  • Realistic style elbow Armor.
  • Armor is painted satin black.
  • Elbow straps have a raised detail line at the top and bottom of the strap.
  • Armor has two parallel dashed detail slots on each outside edge of elbow at the strap connection.
  • Elbows are mirror images of each other with a notched area on the outside of the elbow above the detail marks.

Forearm Armor

  • Purge Trooper style forearm armor.
  • Armor is painted satin black.
  • Forearms have flatter elbow openings than standard clone trooper.
  • Forearms have a top ridge that transitions to a flattened triangle area at the wrist end.
  • Right forearm has a compad with 8 small buttons, 1 large main button, and 1 slightly smaller rectangular button closest to the elbow.
    • The button closest to the elbow is painted red.
  • The compad base has a angular lower panel with a recessed cutline.
  • Two white chevron stripes are present on the outer half of each forearm and point towards the shoulder.
    • Each stripe is approximately 1" (25.4mm) wide with a ¼" (6.35mm) gap in between.
    • On the right forearm, the compad does not overlap the white stripes.
  • Armor is seamless.
    • No visible traces of how the armor was assembled are shown.

Hand Plates

  • Realistic style hand plates.
  • Hand plates are painted satin black.
  • Hand plates have a top curving ridge that come to a point over the index or middle finger just past the main knuckle of the hand.

Gloves

  • Black in color, made of either rubber, Nomex, leather, or leather-like material, with no visible straps or logos/ designs. The fingers are enclosed, non-textured.

Chest Armor

  • Realistic style Chest Armor.
  • Armor is painted satin black.
  • Two pill shaped recesses on the lower outside edge of the right pectoral area.
  • Chest and back armor match together at the sides with no open gap.
    • A seam line is present.
  • Shoulder straps are slotted into the detail ridges of the top connection points or attached behind them.
  • Bottom edges will be beveled, as should be the lower edge of the raised chest section.

OPTIONAL Level two certification (if applicable):

  • Shoulder straps must be slotted into the detail ridges of the top connection points.

Back Armor

  • Realistic style back armor.
  • Armor is painted satin black.
  • Back has a detail plate with four circles on top, two elongated areas on the lower left, and vents on the lower right.
  • Back and chest armor match together at the sides with no open gap.
    • A seam line is present.
  • Shoulder straps are slotted into the detail ridges of the top connection points or attached behind them.
  • Armor has little to no weathering. Any weathering present consists of gray tones.

OPTIONAL Level two certification (if applicable):

  • Shoulder straps must be slotted into the detail ridges of the top connection points.

Abdomen Armor

  • Realistic style Abdomen Armor.
  • Armor is painted stain black.
  • Eight ¼" (6.35mm) diameter holes, with four holes inside each indented channel of the abdomen.
  • Abdomen section wraps around the wearer’s body and is sealed at sides or at the back.
  • Abdomen is completely contained under the chest and back armor.
  • Abdomen aligns with the codpiece with the seam line hidden by the belt.
  • Seam line along the sides or back has no gap.
  • Armor has little to no weathering. Any weathering present consists of gray tones.

Cod Armor

  • Realistic style cod armor.
  • Armor is painted satin black.
  • Cod and posterior armor connect at the hips.
  • Recessed line design at lower part of the front armor.
  • Armor has little to no weathering. Any weathering present consists of gray tones.

OPTIONAL Level two certification (if applicable):

  • Indented battle damage visible to the left side of where the Kama buckle attaches that matches the reference photos.

Posterior Armor

  • Realistic style posterior armor.
  • Armor is painted satin black.
  • Cod and posterior armor connect at the hips.
  • Armor has little to no weathering. Any weathering present consists of gray tones.

OPTIONAL Level two certification (if applicable):

  • Each side of the posterior armor connects to the cod armor via a single snap that matches the color of the armor. The connection point and shape matches that of the reference image.

Belt

  • Realistic style clone belt, belt boxes, and detonator.
  • Belt, boxes, and detonator are painted satin black.
  • Belt front between front boxes has three (3) vertical rectangle indents which are spaced apart by two protruding rectangle areas.
  • The rest of the belt is flat surfaced with raised edging on the top and bottom that run along the rest of the belt.
  • Eight (8) belt boxes are attached to the belt with four (4) on each side.
    • The two largest boxes are in front with an angled top surface that is higher toward the center.
    • The smallest boxes are located behind the front boxes, about ⅛" (3.2mm) apart and have an angled end on top.
    • The medium sized matching boxes, with flat top cover are about ⅛" (3.2mm) from the smallest boxes.
    • Left rear box is spaced closer to the detonator and has two square buttons in the top left corner, and two (2) dashed indented detail marks on bottom right.
    • Right rear box is spaced closer to the detonator and has a bar with two (2) small cylinders centered and two (2) dashed indented detail marks on the bottom left.
  • A detonator is centered and attached to the back of the belt.
    • Detonator tube is about 2.25" (57.15mm) diameter with wider detailed end caps.
    • Seven (7) horizontally aligned square buttons are on the left side of the tube when viewed from behind.
  • Armor has little to no weathering. Any weathering present consists of gray tones.

OPTIONAL Level two certification (if applicable):

  • Boxes are notched on the back and fit flush to the belt.
  • Back of the belt, between the rear boxes and the detonator, has horizontal ribbing.
  • Detonator has ⅛" (3.2mm) to ¼" (6.3mm) inch wide rectangle base, connecting the detonator to the belt.

Kama

  • Purge Trooper style kama.
  • The main body of the kama is black.
  • Center bottom edge of kama has a vertical cut.
  • The kama has a black trim (bias tape edging) around the outside edge.
  • The kama bottom edge vertical cut has a thinner black trim (bias tape edging) than the outer edge.
  • Kama wraps around cod and posterior armor under the belt.
    • Front edges align about 1 inch (25.4mm) behind the outside edge of front belt boxes.
  • Kama is made from a heavy fabric material like denim or duck cloth.
    • Leather or vinyl is not acceptable.
  • Kama extends down to align with the bottom of the knee armor.
  • Black leather or leather-like, ¾ inch (19mm) to 1 inch (25.4mm) wide connector straps are attached to kama.
  • Two-pronged clips that are metal or have the appearance of metal at the end of the strap connect to the buckle which is centered below the front of the belt.
  • The buckle is metal or has the appearance of metal and is oblong with 8 sides and a hollowed center with 6 sides that matches the reference images.

OPTIONAL Level two certification (if applicable):

  • The two-pronged clips at the end of each strap that connect to the buckle are metal.
  • The buckle is metal.

Thigh Armor

  • Realistic style thigh armor.
  • Armor is painted satin black.
  • Two white chevron stripes are present on the front of the right thigh.
    • Stripes are approximately 2 inches (50.8mm) wide with a ½ inch (12.7mm) gap in between.
  • Thigh armor has a flat triangle area above the knee which transitions to a ridge line that runs up the front of the thigh to the top edge.
  • Rear of armor has a rounded, indented area.
  • Armor is seamless.
    • No visible traces of how the armor was assembled are shown.
  • Armor has little to no weathering. Any weathering present consists of gray tones.

Knee Armor

  • Purge Trooper style knee armor.
  • Armor is painted satin black.
  • Knees have a raised flat area in front and are oriented towards the top of the knee.
  • Knees bend around the front and connect to black detail clips on each side. The black details clips connect to the strap on each side. All details match the reference images.
    • The outer leg side has straight edges from the central rib, and the plate does not extend towards the back of the knee where the clip attaches.
      • From where the black detail clip attaches, the upper edge of the knee plate is a straight cut up-and-down. The bottom edge features a "high-arc" cut in it towards the lower leg armor.
    • The inner leg side of the knee plate has a curved top edge and the plate protrudes further back towards the back of the leg. This side of the knee plate is actually longer than the outside.
      • From where the black detail the clip connects, the upper edge of the knee has a gentle curve in the plate. The bottom edge features a "low-arc" cut in it towards the lower leg armor.
  • A black colored flat strap, about 1⅛ inches (28.57mm) wide, wraps around the back of the leg.
    • In the center of the strap there is a raised ⅝ inch (15.87mm) wide center strap.
  • Armor has little to no weathering. Any weathering present consists of gray tones.

Lower Leg Armor

  • Realistic style lower leg armor.
  • Armor is painted satin black.
  • Front of the lower leg has a flat triangular detail at the top which transitions to a ridge line that travels down the front of the armor to the ankle.
  • Back of the lower leg has an indented arched area that continues down to the ankle.
  • Bottom of the back side has an arched half circle engraved line at the heel.
  • Armor is seamless, except where the calf spoon connects to the back of the lower leg indent edge.
  • Armor has little to no weathering. Any weathering present consists of gray tones.

OPTIONAL Level two certification (if applicable):

  • Calf spoon inserts connect to the lower leg inside and are secured to keep in place.

Boots

  • Black, ankle high or tall enough to cover the ankle.
    • There shall be no black undersuit visible at the ankle.
  • Boots are lace-less.
  • The boots have armor detail to include a natural seam at the toe and a strap that goes over the top of the foot with two protruding disks at each side of the strap.
  • There are no markings or labels from the shoe makers.
  • Boot soles are flat.
  • The outward facing edges of the boot soles are black.

OPTIONAL Level two certification (if applicable):

  • The bottom of the sole is red with a black capital "I” line detail, matching the reference photos.
  • The red does not extend to the edges of the boot bottom.

Electrostaff

  • Please also reference the gallery when reviewing the text below.
  • Electrostaff is approximately 84 inches (213.3cm) long and divided into five sections.
    • Sections 1 and 2 are the ends of the electrostaff.
      • Sections 1 and 2 may have the appearance of electricity emitting from it via the use of greeblies. If these greeblies exist they must be painted to match the reference photos or may be electronically lit matching the color of the reference photos.
    • Sections 3 and 4 are the grip handles of the electrostaff.
    • Section 5 is the middle section of the electrostaff.
  • Sections 1 and 2 are approximately 16.5 inches (42cm) and have the following details:
    • A prong-like tab greeblie with raised ends that has 2 circles removed in the middle of the raised part of the greeblie. This is located on the butt end of the electrostaff.
    • The butt end of the electrostaff is a circular tube segment with circular indentions evenly spaced near the end of the segment. This segment is attached to the next segment via a thread-like connection.
      • The butt end of the electrostaff has an inner depressed ring with 4 circular indentions evenly spaced around the outer edge of that inner depressed ring.
    • The next segment from the thread-like connection resembles the shape of a bullet with a flat end as it connects to another cylindrical segment and has a ringed connector piece which connections sections 1 and 3 to sections 2 and 4.
  • Sections 3 and 4 are approximately 14 inches (36cm) and have the following details:
    • The outermost connection that connect to sections 1 and 5 resemble that of section 5 in design. It is ribbed with 4 evenly spaced, circular rods that run the length of the connection.
    • The innermost connection that connections section 5 also resemble that of section 5 in design. It is ribbed with 4 evenly spaced, circular rods that run the length of the connection.
    • The middle part is textured resembling a grip around the entire length of the section.
      • Both of the textured sections will have a circular button with a ring as if it was used to turn on the electrostaff. This button does not need to be functional and may sit on a beveled base.
  • Section 5 is approximately 35 inches (88.9cm) long and has the following details:
    • The middle section of the staff is ribbed.
    • There are 4 evenly spaced, circular rods that run the length of the middle section.

OPTIONAL Level two certification (if applicable):

  • Sections 1 and 2:
    • In addition to the 4 circular indentions that are evenly spaced around the outer edge of the depressed inner ring, there are an additional 4 circular indentions that are on each side of the prong-like greeblie within the inside of the inner ring matching the reference photo.
    • These sections must have the appearance of electricity emitting from it via the use of greeblies. They must be electronically lit matching the color of the reference photos.
  • Section 5:
    • Where ribbed sections come together there are 2 circular indentions on each side of the raised connection. These are only on 2 of 4 sides in between the circular rods, each on opposite sides.

DC-15S Blaster
Manufactured by BlasTech Industries, the DC-15S is smaller in scale than the DC-15A blaster rifle. Although it has a shorter range than that of the “A” model, it is easier to handle with a higher rate of fire and features a folding stock for braced firing.
Realistic Clone Style DC-15S Blaster.

  • Blaster may be scratch built out of plastic, wood, metal or cast in resin.
  • Blaster has realistic Episode II or Episode III details:
    • Wire frame sight.
    • Folding stock.
    • Twelve (12) radiator fins evenly spaced along the length of barrel.
    • Igniter detail knobs.
    • Charge magazine clip on right side.
  • Total length is approximately 26 inches (66 cm).
  • Because of the scale, the Hasbro version is incorrect.

OPTIONAL Level two certification (if applicable):

  • Charge magazine detail on clip is metal to gun metal grey in color.
  • Detail bolts and screws are metal to gun metal grey in color.
  • Functioning Blue LED is installed in barrel.
  • Igniter knobs have some copper coloring.
  • Blaster is weathered.

DC-15A Blaster Rifle
Manufactured by BlasTech Industries, the DC-15A is a Tibanna gas cartridge powered weapon. Hyper-ionized blue plasma bolts are more than capable of penetrating armored units. Exceptionally effective against both droids and contemporary targets.

  • Realistic Clone Style DC-15A Blaster Rifle.
  • Blaster rifle is scratch built out of plastic, wood, metal or cast in resin.
  • Blaster has realistic Episode II or Episode III details:
    • Flip up sight in down position.
    • Ten (10) radiator fins are evenly spaced along the length of the barrel.
    • Power setting adjuster detail lever.
    • Sniper Scope attached under rifle in storage position.
    • Charge magazine clip on left side.
    • Igniter detail knobs.
  • Total length is approximately 55 inches (139.7 cm).
  • Because of the scale, the Hasbro version is not allowed.

OPTIONAL Level two certification (if applicable):

  • Charge magazine detail on clip is metal to gun metal grey in color.
  • Detail bolts and screws are metal to gun metal grey in color.
  • Igniter has some copper coloring.
  • Power setting adjuster detail lever is metal or gun metal grey.
  • Sniper scope is metal or gun metal grey.
  • Functioning Blue LED is installed in barrel.
  • Blaster is weathered.
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Helmet

•    Realistic style Purge Trooper helmet.
o    Note that this helmet differs from the Airborne Trooper helmet sculpt.
•    Armor is painted matte or satin black.
•    Helmet has a rounded dome with no mohawk.
•    Helmet has a narrow red eye lens.
•    The etched lines on the face of a standard Airborne Trooper helmet are not present.
•    Along each side of the eye lens are semi circular intake vents with a protruding tube extending towards back of helmet.
o    Vent does not feature open slits.
o    Vent features twelve raised, vertical bars that are evenly spaced along the length of the vent.
•    Area below the nose bridge splits open to the base and has a grey, vertical inset vocoder column detail.
o    The front face of the delta piece features two raised rectangles.
o    The front face of the delta piece features 10 ribs

•    Base of helmet has two widened ventilation tube bands with the widest tube band on bottom.
•    Ends of the smaller tube band, above the helmet base, have a black mesh opening in front.
•    Two black round aerators are located in the split area in front of lower tube band.
•    The front edge of the lowest tube band is painted grey.
•    A small red square is painted on the underside of the vocoder opening in the lowest tube band.
•    Base tube band has elliptical shaped inset ventilation detail with vertical ribbing at the front cheek areas.
o    The vents are painted dark grey.
o    The front end of the vent insert is squared off
•    Helmet has an indented band that extends around the back of the helmet.
•    Squared off rib detail at the base of the helmet dome is a different tone of satin black.
•    Armor has little to no weathering. Any weathering present consists of grey tones.
•    Visor is red and has red lighting effect
 

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Neck Seal and Undersuit

 

Purge Trooper Style

  • Onepiece suit or shirt & pants with collar/shoulder bib.
  • Material appears to be low-sheen leather

 

Collar/Shoulder Bib

  • Spacing of the ribs starts at 1.5"

 

Shirt/Upper Body

  • The neck seal has wider ribs than the shirt itself.
  • The arm rib spacing tapers from 1" wide to 3/4" near the elbow.
  • Pants/Lowerbody
  • The pants appear to have a heavier taper in the rib spacing, starting at 1.5" wide near the waist to 1" or 3/4" near the knee and below.
  • Ribbing seems to meet behind the cod piece.

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There is a whole research thread if you have access to the Clone Trooper Detachment Forum.

https://501stclonetroopers.com/forum/index.php?/topic/27910-purge-trooper-undersuit-research-thread/

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Pauldron

•    A black pauldron made of leather or a leather-like material, worn over the right shoulder.
o    The main shoulder area of the pauldron is grey.
o    The pauldron is larger than a stock TK/Clone and has a seamless-look closure over the left shoulder.
o    The closure strap has 10 small black circular raised buttons
o    The snap are for the under arm strap has stitching around the snap area.

•    A black leather-like strap extends from the front left corner, under the arm and attaches at the back left corner.
o    Three ammo cartridges are attached to the strap over the chest.
o    A buckle existing behind the arm on the strap. The buckle has a large panel on one half

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Shoulder Armor

  • Purge Trooper style shoulder armor.
  • Shoulders are tear drop in shape with all rounded edges. Note the specific curves of the shoulder bell over the biceps and triceps.
  • Armor is painted matte or satin black.
  • Each shoulder has a red Imperial Cog emblem.
  • Armor has little to no weathering. Any weathering present consists of grey tones.

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Upper Arm Armor

•    Purge Trooper style bicep armor.
•    Armor is painted matte or satin black.
•    There is an ammo strap with three ammo cartridges present on the right bicep.
o    Ammo cartridges are matte or satin black.
o    The strap consists of an approximately ¾ or 1”  inch, black elastic leather band.
•    Armor has a front hard line outside edge and inside rounded edge, with indented area on back.
•    Armor is seamless.
o    No visible traces of how the armor was assembled are shown.
•    Armor has little to no weathering. Any weathering present consists of grey tones.

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OPTIONAL Level two certification (if applicable):

•    Bicep armor is longer than standard realistic style bicep armor and features a shallower indent matching in-game reference.
•    The inner, elbow facing, bottom edge of the bicep armor features a shallow, downward facing curve.
 

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Elbow Armor

•    Realistic style elbow Armor.
•    Armor is painted matte or satin black.
•    Elbow straps have a raised detail line at the top and bottom of the strap.
•    Armor has two parallel dashed detail slots on each outside edge of elbow at the strap connection.
•    Elbows are mirror images of each other with a notched area on the outside of the elbow above the detail marks.
•    Armor has little to no weathering.
•    Any weathering present consists of grey tones.
 

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Forearm Armor

•    Purge Trooper style forearm armor.
•    Armor is painted matte or satin black.
•    Forearms have flatter elbow openings than standard Clone
•    Right forearm has a compad with 8 small buttons,1 large main button, and 1 slightly smaller rectangular button closest to the elbow.
o    The button closest to the elbow is painted red.
o    The compad base has a angular lower panel with a recesses cutline
•    Two light grey white chevron stripes are present on the outer half of each forearm.
o    Each stripe is approximately 1 inch wide with a ¼ inch gap in between.
o    On the right forearm, the chevrons come to a point above the top of the compad.
o    Note, the compad does not overlap the white stripes.
•    Forearms have a top ridge that transitions to a flattened triangle area at the wrist end.
•    Armor is seamless.
o    No visible traces of how the armor was assembled are shown.
•    Armor has little to no weathering. Any weathering present consists of grey tones.

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Hand Plates

•    Realistic style hand plates.
•    Hand plates are painted matte or satin black.
•    Hand plates have a top curving ridge that come to a point over the index or middle finger just past the main knuckle of the hand.
•    Armor has little to no weathering. Any weathering present consists of grey tones.

Chest Armor


•    Realistic style Chest Armor.
•    Armor is painted matte or satin black.
•    Two detail slots on the lower outside edge of the right pectoral area.
•    Chest and back armor match together at the sides with no open gap.
o    A seam line is present.
•    Shoulder straps are slotted into the detail ridges of the top connection points.
•    Armor has little to no weathering. Any weathering present consists of grey tones.
 

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Back Armor

•    Realistic style back armor.
•    Armor is painted matte or satin black.
•    Back has a detail plate with four circles on top, two elongated areas on the lower left, and vents on the lower right.
•    Back and chest armor match together at the sides with no open gap.
o    A seam line is present.
•    Shoulder straps are slotted into the detail ridges of the top connection points.
•    Armor has little to no weathering. Any weathering present consists of grey tones.
 

 

Abdomen Armor

•    Realistic style Abdomen Armor.
•    Armor is painted matte or satin black.
•    Eight ¼" diameter holes, with four holes inside each indented channel of the abdomen.
•    Abdomen section wraps around the wearer’s body and is sealed at sides or at the back.
•    Abdomen is completely contained under the chest and back armor.
•    Abdomen aligns with the codpiece with the seam line hidden by the belt.
•    Armor has little to no weathering. Any weathering present consists of grey tones.
•    Seam line along the sides or back has no gap.
 

Cod Armor

•    Realistic style cod armor.
•    Armor is painted matte or satin black.
•    Cod and posterior armor connect at the hips.
•    Armor has little to no weathering. Any weathering present consists of grey tones.

 

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Belt

•    Realistic style clone belt, belt boxes, and detonator.
•    Belt, boxes, and detonator are painted matte or satin black.
•    Belt front between front boxes has three (3) vertical rectangle indents which are spaced apart by two protruding rectangle areas.
•    The rest of the belt is flat surfaced with raised edging on the top and bottom that run along the rest of the belt.
•    Eight (8) Belt boxes are attached to the belt with four (4) on each side.
o    The two largest boxes are in front with an angled top surface that is higher toward the center.
o    The smallest boxes are located behind the front boxes, about ⅛" apart and have an angled end on top.
o    The medium sized matching boxes, with flat top cover are about ⅛" from the smallest boxes.
o    Left rear box is spaced closer to the detonator and has two square buttons in the top left corner, and two (2) dashed indented detail marks on bottom right.
o    Right rear box is spaced closer to the detonator and has a bar with two (2) small cylinders centered and two (2) dashed indented detail marks on the bottom left.
•    A detonator is centered and attached to the back of the belt.
o    Detonator tube is about 2.25" diameter with wider detailed end caps.
o    Seven (7) horizontally aligned square buttons are on the left side of the tube when viewed from behind.
•    Armor has little to no weathering. Any weathering present consists of grey tones.

OPTIONAL Level two certification (if applicable):

•    Boxes are notched on the back and fit flush to the belt.
OPTIONAL Level three certification (if applicable):

•    Back of the belt, between the rear boxes, has horizontal ribbing.
•    Detonator has ⅛ to ¼ inch wide rectangle base, connecting detonator to Belt.
 

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Kama

•    Purge Trooper style kama.
•    The main body of the kama is black.
•    Center bottom edge of kama has a vertical cut

•    Center bottom edge of kama has a triangle split.

  • The kama has a black trim (bias tape edging) around the outside edge.
  • The kama bottom edge vertical cut has a thinner black trim (bias tape edging) than the outer edge

•    Kama wraps around cod and posterior armor under the belt.
o    Front edges align about 1 inch behind the outside edge of front belt boxes.
•    Kama is made from a heavy fabric material like denim or duck cloth.
o    Leather or vinyl is not acceptable.
•    Kama extends down to align with the bottom of the knee armor.
•    White Black Leather-like, ¾ inch to 1 inch wide connector straps are attached to kama
•    Movie-Accurate Buckle
•    Move-Accurate Metal clips
at the end of the strap connect to the command buckle which is centered below the front of the belt.

•    Kama strap clips are incorrect style in CRL
•    Buckle is the standard kind. Incorrect style in CRL

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Image blow show the cut is not triangular and also show the thinner trim dimension vs the lower edging.

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Here is is for the Purge Commander. The red really highlights the trim size differences.

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Thigh Armor

•    Realistic style thigh armor.
•    Armor is painted matte or satin black.
•    Two white grey, chevron stripes are present on the front of the right thigh.
o    Stripes are approximately 2 inches wide with a ½ inch gap in between.
•    Thigh armor has a flat triangle area above the knee which transitions to a ridge line that runs up the front of the thigh to the top edge.
•    Rear of armor has a rounded, indented area.
•    Armor is seamless.
o    No visible traces of how the armor was assembled are shown.
•    Armor has little to no weathering. Any weathering present consists of grey tones.

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Knee Armor

•    Purge Trooper style knee armor.
•    Armor is painted matte or satin black.
•    Knees have a protruding flat area in front, oriented towards the top of the knee.
•    Knees bend around the front and connect to black detail clips that connect the strap on each side.
•    The outer leg side has straight edges from the central rib, and the plate does not extend towards the back of the knee where the clip attaches. Note where the clip attaches, that the knee plate is a straight cut up-and-down. The bottom edge features a "high-arc" cut in it.
•    The inner leg side of the knee plate has a curved top edge (vs the outer's straight), and the plate protrudes further back towards the back of the leg. This side of the knee plate is actually longer than the outside. Note that where the clip connects, there is a gentle curve in the plate. Also note the "low-arc" cut at the bottom of the knee plate.

•    A black colored flat strap, about 1⅛ inches wide, wraps around the back of the leg.
•    Strap has a raised ⅝ inch wide grey center strap.
•    Armor has little to no weathering. Any weathering present consists of grey tones.
 

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Outside of Knee

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Inside of Knee

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Lower Leg Armor

•    Realistic style lower leg armor.
•    Armor is painted matte or satin black.
•    Front of the lower leg has a flat triangular detail at the top which transitions to a ridge line that travels down the front of the armor to the ankle.
•    Back of the lower leg has an indented arched area that continues down to the ankle.
•    Bottom of the back side has an arched half circle engraved line at the heel.
•    Armor is seamless, except where the calf spoon connects to the back of the lower leg indent edge.
•    Armor has little to no weathering. Any weathering present consists of grey tones.

OPTIONAL Level two certification (if applicable):

•    Calf spoon inserts connect to the lower leg inside and are secured to keep in place.

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Boots

•    Black, ankle high or tall enough to cover the ankle and eliminate any black undersuit visible at the ankle.
•    Boots are lace-less.
•    The boots have armor detail to include a natural seam at the toe and a strap that goes over the top of the foot with two protruding disks at each side of the strap.
•    There are no markings or labels from the shoe makers.
•    Boot soles are flat.
•    The outward facing edges of the boot soles are black.
OPTIONAL Level two certification (if applicable):

•    The bottom of the sole is red with a black capital "I” line detail.
•    The red does not extend to the edges of the boot bottom

 

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Electrostaff

•    Electrostaff is approximately 84 inches long.
•    The middle handle of the staff is approximately 35 inches long.
o    The middle section of the staff is ribbed.
o    There are four evenly spaced, circular rods that run the length of the middle section.
•    There is a black gunmetal/dark-gray coupler greeblie on either end of the middle section.
•    Outside of the first coupler greeblie is a textured, black gunmetal/dark-gray section followed by another coupler greeblie that is a mirror image of the first coupler.
•    There is a short, black gunmetal/dark-gray section following the second coupler.
o    This section has four evenly spaced detail strips.
•    The next section is a smooth, black cylindrical section.
•    The next section is a smooth, grey or silver section with a smaller diameter than the preceding section.
o    This section is approximately 9 inches long.
•    The tip of the staff consists of a smooth grey or silver section with a squared off tip.
o    This section ends in a bevel where it meets the preceding section.
o    A detail line is present around the circumference of the shaft approximately an inch from the end.

I don't know how best to describe the electrostaff. Below are the dimensions and configuration I have calculated, which differs from the current CRL. I don't know if this level of detail would be too concise for the CRL, as building materials will dictate anyone's build.

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On 2/6/2023 at 10:16 PM, TK 21814 said:

I've updated the kama details, as the triangular cut is incorrect. Trim (bias tape edging) dimensions also differ from cut to edge.

Thanks! This is still on target with the team. We are working on transition stuff now but can loop back in :) 

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On 1/23/2023 at 8:37 PM, TK 21814 said:

I'll show revisions in red


Helmet

•    Realistic style Purge Trooper helmet.
o    Note that this helmet differs from the Airborne Trooper helmet sculpt.
•    Armor is painted matte or satin black.
•    Helmet has a rounded dome with no mohawk.
•    Helmet has a narrow red eye lens.
•    The etched lines on the face of a standard Airborne Trooper helmet are not present.
•    Along each side of the eye lens are semi circular intake vents with a protruding tube extending towards back of helmet.
o    Vent does not feature open slits.
o    Vent features twelve raised, vertical bars that are evenly spaced along the length of the vent.
•    Area below the nose bridge splits open to the base and has a grey, vertical inset vocoder column detail.
o    The front face of the delta piece features two raised rectangles.
o    The front face of the delta piece features 10 ribs

•    Base of helmet has two widened ventilation tube bands with the widest tube band on bottom.
•    Ends of the smaller tube band, above the helmet base, have a black mesh opening in front.
•    Two black round aerators are located in the split area in front of lower tube band.
•    The front edge of the lowest tube band is painted grey.
•    A small red square is painted on the underside of the vocoder opening in the lowest tube band.
•    Base tube band has elliptical shaped inset ventilation detail with vertical ribbing at the front cheek areas.
o    The vents are painted dark grey.
o    The front end of the vent insert is squared off
•    Helmet has an indented band that extends around the back of the helmet.
•    Squared off rib detail at the base of the helmet dome is a different tone of satin black.
•    Armor has little to no weathering. Any weathering present consists of grey tones.
•    Visor is red and has red lighting effect
 

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Alright, we have talked with the team and have a working group that is getting started with this. I will lead this off with the helmet to have the team input in the changes you have requested in relation to the reference images update:

NOTE: Orange text indicates what was changed. Text that was removed was removed entirely from the proposal.

Helmet

  • Realistic style Purge Trooper helmet.
    • Note that this helmet differs from the Airborne Trooper helmet sculpt.
  • Armor is painted satin black.
  • Helmet has a rounded dome with no mohawk.
  • Helmet has a narrow red eye lens.
  • The etched lines on the face of a standard Airborne Trooper helmet are not present.
  • Along each side of the eye lens are semi circular intake vents with a protruding tube extending towards back of helmet.
    • Vent does not feature open slits.
    • Vent features twelve raised, vertical bars that are evenly spaced along the length of the vent.
  • Area below the nose bridge splits open to the base and has a grey, vertical inset vocoder column detail.
    • The front face of the delta piece features two raised rectangles.
  • The front face of the delta piece features 10 ribs.
  • Base of helmet has two widened ventilation tube bands with the widest tube band on bottom.
  • Ends of the smaller tube band, above the helmet base, have a black mesh opening in front.
  • Two black round aerators are located in the split area in front of lower tube band.
  • The front edge of the lowest tube band is painted grey.
  • A small red square is painted on the underside of the vocoder opening in the lowest tube band.
  • Base tube band has elliptical shaped inset ventilation detail with vertical ribbing at the front cheek areas.
    • The vents are painted dark grey.
  • The front end of the vent insert is squared off
  • Helmet has an indented band that extends around the back of the helmet.
  • Squared off rib detail at the base of the helmet dome is a different tone of satin black.
  • Armor has little to no weathering. Any weathering present consists of grey tones.
  • Visor is red and has red lighting effect.

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Leading the discussion, we should probably make some consideration for L2 details (not L3 as Spec Ops does not recognize L3). Personally, from the get-go I believe that we should have the red lighting effect as a L2 detail for the visor.

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Would agree with lighting for L2. Not much jumps as L2 only.

Also, while I agree with taking "matte" out, is there a reason why it's as specific as "satin" instead? As opposed to "gloss" or "satin/gloss"? I'd struggle to tell the difference between them often, especially in black.

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55 minutes ago, tipperaryred said:

Would agree with lighting for L2. Not much jumps as L2 only.

Also, while I agree with taking "matte" out, is there a reason why it's as specific as "satin" instead? As opposed to "gloss" or "satin/gloss"? I'd struggle to tell the difference between them often, especially in black.

I believe we used satin so that it has a certain sheen when it comes to lighting, rather than full on gloss.

I do agree that we need to think about consistency with basic, whilst still meeting standards for the costume.

I believe we ran into this with the shadow stormtroopers and novas.

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