B1 Battle Droid
sensor color
blaster rifle
droid type
Battle Droid
some named members
OOM-9, 3B3 series

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B1 battle droids were battle droids that made up the backbone of the Trade Federation droid army and the Seperatist droid army. It also was the successor of the hunter-killer droid.

B1 battle droids were perhaps the most numerous-and-expendable soldiers in galactic history, and, unlike most organic soldiers, they were capable of action in hostile environments like underwater or in space. They were designed and programmed to swamp their enemies with sheer numbers.

There many different types of B1 battle droids.

Star Wars: Battlefront seriesEdit

Star Wars: BattlefrontEdit

In Star Wars: Battlefront the standard B1 appears in several cut scenes but is only playable in the first Clone Wars Historical Campaign mission on Naboo: Plains. Several other versions of the B1 droid are also playable in the game, these are the droid pilot, Assault droid and Assassin droid.

Star Wars: Battlefront IIEdit

In Star Wars: Battlefront II the B1 battle droid appears in the same way as it did in the first Battlefront game except the standard B1 is not playable and the color schemes of each of the classes of droids have changed. The pilot droid has also changed to the Engineer droid.

Star Wars Battlefront: Renegade SquadronEdit


Concept designs of the B1 battle droid for Star Wars Battlefront: Renegade Squadron.

In Star Wars Battlefront: Renegade Squadron the B1 battle droid is a personalization option. There are several different head types that can be used for the B1, two of which were created for the game.

Star Wars: Republic CommandoEdit

In Star Wars: Republic Commando the B1 battle droid starts of as the standard enemy, it is very weak in comparison to other enemies and is easily destroyed. As the game's storyline advances, the B1 battle droid becomes less common.


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