Cad Bane is a Duros Bounty Hunter from the Star Wars universe. He is a recurring antagonist in Star Wars: The Clone Wars also he appears in graffiti art on the Ghost in Star Wars Rebels.

Appearances

Star Wars: The Clone Wars

Cad Bane first appears in the season one finale "Hostage Crisis", where he infiltrates the Senate building on Coruscant to hold senators hostage in exchange for the release of Ziro the Hutt. It is revealed in season three that he was hired by Jabba the Hutt to extract Ziro due to an incriminating datapad the latter possessed, and he is hired in the episode "Hunt for Ziro" to track and capture the rogue Hutt, but he is instead assassinated by Sy Snootles.

In the second season, Cad Bane is contacted by Darth Sidious for a special assignment: the capture of a Holocron from inside the Jedi Temple. Bane finds himself in a massive struggle for the stolen Holocron as Skywalker and Ahsoka Tano attempt to take it back. He is briefly captured before leading Obi-Wan Kenobi and Mace Windu into a trap in his headquarters, allowing him to escape.

During the fourth season, Cad Bane is revealed to be in a Republic prison. He is then hired by fellow convict Moralo Eval for a job by Count Dooku to kidnap Chancellor Palpatine on Naboo. However, Kenobi poses as bounty hunter Rako Hardeen and manages to foil the plot even though Dooku escapes while Bane was arrested.

Star Wars Rebels

He appears in the episode "Fighter Flight" in Graffiti art on the Ghost along with other Bounty Hunter Embo.

Video Games

Disney INFINITY 3.0

He appears after the General Grievous fight on Geonosis and appears after you take TD-54 to the Jedi Council he steals TD-54 and you must chase him through the sky and then through the city of Coruscant he escapes but leaves TD-54 Behind.

Trivia

  • Cad Bane had possibly met Sabine Wren before due to her graffiti artwork being of himself and Embo in the episode "Fighter Flight".
  • Cad Bane was designed from unused concept art of a bounty hunter developed for A New Hope.
  • According to Dave Filoni, supervising director for Star Wars: The Clone Wars, Bane's iconic toothpick was originally intended to be a cigarette, but the idea was dropped due to its negative and commercial-like message.
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