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Imperial Super Commando - Gar Saxon (Rebels - Animated) Finalised CRL Text

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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
  • Flight Suit
  • Chest Armour and Shoulder Pauldrons
  • Shoulder Straps
  • Abdominal Armour
  • Jet Pack
  • Gauntlets
  • Gloves
  • Hand Plates
  • Belt
  • Codpiece
  • Thigh Armour
  • Knee Armour
  • Shin Armour
  • Boots
  • Rifle



  • Imperial Mandalorian Super Commando style helmet, matching visual references from Star Wars Rebel animated series.
  • Helmet should be painted and weathered to match references. Weathering/chipping of the red paint should match the light grey paint used elsewhere on the helmet.
  • Helmet dome and face plate to be painted red as per references.
  • Rear plate, raised rear detail indents, the upper cheek plates, left ear plate and teeth must be painted light grey as per references.
  • Lower cheek plates, raised rear panel, must be painted white (or a lighter shade of grey), as per references. Additional detail indents on rear plate must be painted white.
  • Ear caps and antennae may be painted light grey or a weathered white.
  • All recessed panel lines are black or dark grey.
  • There is an inverted white outlined triangle in the centre of the forehead. This should be painted.  A weathered decal may be acceptable if achieving the look of having been painted.
  • Both visor pieces are black, and obscure the wearer's face. The lower visor tapers in slightly to its narrowest point at the bottom.
  • Left ear cap is oval, with a raised circular detail at the top, and a slightly tapered antenna with a circular profile.
  • Right ear cap is angled at the top, with a narrower half oval at the base. There is an angled recessed panel line in the bottom right corner of the cap. The cap has a raised circular detail indent at the top, and two antennae. The rear antenna matches that on the left side, while the front antenna is significantly taller.
  • Twin recessed panel lines (1 & 2) run around the upper visor, angle up over the ear pieces, and join together in horizontal lines across the back of the helmet. A third panel line (3) runs parallel and just above the upper of these two lines (2), joined to this same upper panel line at both ends, and running horizontally across the central portion of the rear of the helmet. The distance between 2 and 3 is approximately half the distance between lines 1 and 2 at the rear of the helmet.
  • Additional panel lines vertically bisect each ear plate, and run around their edges.
  • Rear bottom lip of the helmet has a raised, curved rim, running between the rear edges of each ear plate.
  • Back plate has a raised rectangular panel with detail indents to match references. These are long vertical oblongs on both sides, a circle in the lower centre, and a double striped rectangle within another rectangle in the upper centre. Detail indents are outlined by recessed panel lines.
  • The back plate is light grey, but has white detail indents on either side of the raised rectangular panel.
  • There are six teeth, three on each side of the lower visor, with the recesses painted black or dark grey.

Flight Suit

  • May be a one-piece or two-piece garment, and must be properly fitted and shaped to the wearer.
  • Must not have any visible pockets, pouches or zippers.
  • The upper body part of the flight suit is maroon colored, in a heavily ribbed style similar to acrylic British military pullovers. The neck area of the flight suit goes halfway up the neck of the wearer to conceal skin when the helmet is worn.  If a turtleneck top is not worn, it is permitted to wear a separate neck seal.  However, the neck seal should perfectly match the colour and material of the upper part of the flight suit, so that it appears to be the same garment when the chest armour is worn on top.
  • On each shoulder of the flight suit there is a white Imperial Cog emblem on a black background.
    • The cog is 3” (76.2mm) or 3.5” (88.9mm) diameter and 1” (25.4mm) from the shoulder seam.
    • The cog may be embroidered or vinyl.
  • The lower body part of the flight suit is a very light grey or weathered white.
    • The lower part may be a separate trouser garment, or part of a one-piece flight suit.
      • If a one-piece jump suit, the upper body jumper should be worn over the garment so as to obscure any view of the flight suit underneath.
  • The lower body part of the flight suit has the following seams:
    • On the outside of each leg there is a double-lapped seam which runs the entire length of the suit showing from the top of the shins up under the belt.
    • On the front just above the top of the knee armor which wraps around to the back of the flight suit and appears on the back.
    • On the back from the knee seam there is a seam that runs up the back of each thigh and then curves to the outside of the back under the belt. There is a horizontal seam that runs across the butt connecting both of these seams running up the back of each thigh.
    • On the back there is central double-lapped seam which runs from under the belt to the crotch of the wearer.

Chest Armour and Shoulder Pauldrons

  • Armour is segmented with an Upper Chest Armour overlapping the Lower Chest Armour.  These may be permanently fixed together, or fitted separately so long as they as attached firmly together when worn.
  • The Upper Chest Armour also overlaps the Shoulder Pauldrons, which likewise can be permanently fixed, or able to be attached securely when worn.
  • Armour is painted white and red to match reference images, and to match the white and red paint used on the helmet and other hard armour pieces.
  • The front of the Upper Chest Armour has a semi-circular notch cut into the centre of the lower front edge.
  • The red painted inverted triangle at the front covers the entirety of the shoulders and the Shoulder Pauldrons.  The lower sides run from the front edge of each Shoulder Pauldron to meet at the semi-circular notch at the bottom of the Upper Chest Armour.
  • A circular white detail indent with black outline is present halfway along the lower left (as worn) side of the front triangle.
  • The red painted inverted triangle at the rear likewise covers the entirety of the shoulders and the Shoulder Pauldrons.  However the lower sides differ from the front as they run from the lower edge of the Pauldrons down to the bottom centre of the Lower Chest Plate, not the Upper Chest Plate.  Note that much of this will be hidden by the Jetpack.
  • The Lower Chest Armour has symmetrical, twin semi-circular notches cut into the lower front edge.  The notches line up with the details featured in the Abdominal Armour.
  • The lower edge of the Lower Chest Armour curves down to the sides from a arched centre point at the front centre.  The rear edge therefore sits much lower than the front, and covers almost the entirety of the Abdominal Armour underneath.
  • The two layers of the Chest Armour may be joined in a clamshell front and back design, so long as the connection point is relatively seamless.

Shoulder Straps.

  • White painted hard armour "straps" sit on both shoulders connecting the front and back halves of the Upper Chest Armour.
  • The material and white paint of the straps should match those of the Chest Armour.

Abdominal Armour

  • Made from the same hard material as the rest of the armour, and painted white to match all other relevant armour.
  • May be constructed in a clamshell front and back design, so long as the connection point is relatively seamless.
  • Is worn so that it is overlapped by the Lower Chest Armour above it.  The Lower Chest Armour curves down at the sides so that almost completely overlaps the Abdominal Armour at the rear.
  • Two symmetrical detail indents are present at the front, to match reference pictures.
    • The outer edges of each design must be aligned with the cut outs at the bottom edge of the Lower Chest Armour.
    • The inner details are rectangular, with a semi-circular top edge that sits just below the semi-circular cut outs on the Lower Chest Plate.
    • The inner details are split into three segments.  The top and bottom segments are equal in height, each being approximately three times the height of the middle segment.
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