After sustaining a major head and body injuries from a bomb during the Invasion of Tatooine Seperatists CT-0778 "Wyatt" and his team were left for dead as his squad was overrun. Waking up in a massive yet to be filled mass grave and wondering around with no recollection of the events or the following missing days Wyatt started to drift. Still remembering how to hold a blaster and fire a long gun Wyatt soon found the life of a Hired Gun an easy fit, until he ran foul of the Teemo the Hutt who froze him in carbonite and stuck him up as an example of what happens to someone who shoots his favorite slave trader over a twi'lek dancer. Before he was frozen Wyatt preferred pair of slug thrower pistols he custom made calling them "Captain Bill" and "Captain Anderson" and will often talk to them like they are old friends. Recently a few of Teemo's lackeys organized a bit of an escape from his gladiator pins and as a parting shot stole Teemo's prized wall decor not realizing what it was until they started pushing buttons. Now paired up with a young force-sensitive Human and a Rodian Bounty Hunter they are on the run and bound for Ryloth on a stolen ship with a Trandoshian hot on their heels. Once in awhile Wyatt suffers from headaches and sleepless nights as flashes from his old life flood in and he begins to remember things long forgotten.
Underlying it all Wyatt fights for the weak and downtrodden. From the Twi'lek slave girl to those under the Emperor's fist he hasn't yet met any true Rebels, but if the chance arises and duty calls he will not question his belief in freedom.
Still Dutybound to the Republic and the Jedi Wyatt is still in denial of Order 66 and questions the validity of claims that the Jedi betrayed the Republic and the clones turned on them. He sees hope in the young Force sensitive boy named Will betrayed by his master and his Rodian Bounty Hunter friend Gridel TeBak as they head away from Tatooine and plan to return for Teemo the Hutt's head as a bonus.
Sporting the standard appearance of a Jango Clone, Wyatt also has a long scar from his forehead to the back of his skull on the right side of his head about three centimeters wide where a piece of shrapnel tore his Mark I helmet apart and burn marks on his right arm from the shoulder to the elbow crisscrossed with jagged white lines from flying shards of metal and pellets.