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Geonosian (Geonosian Hive)

Geo Logo

Unit Classes Geonosian
Affiliation Geonosian

Separatist Alliance

Home Planet Geonosis

The Geonosians are the bug-like inhabitants of the planet Geonosis (where they can only be accessed by playing Hunt). They carry weapons such as the Sonic Blaster and have very little health. They are annoying in swarms, but alone they are easy hunting.

Geonosians can be killed with two shots from a Blaster Pistol, one from the precision pistol. (If you have the damage increase). Geonosians have wings so they are very mobile.

Geonosian Soldier
Basic Info




Unit Details

Sonic Blaster

This unit can fly and with their Sonic Blaster they do pretty good against you however they are easily killed. In Hunt Mode, they tend to win mainly because they swarm the area, coming into close contact, and you are armed with a sniper rifle, which isn't well-suited for close quarters combat.


Name Image Ammo
Sonic Blaster Sonic Blaster Infinite Shots

Strategies in defeating a Geonosian[]

  • Just shoot them, any weapon will do, it only takes a few shots from a Blaster Pistol to bring them down.
  • When playing as Clone Sharpshooters in Hunt mode stay undercover when sniping the bugs, because 5 or so shots from the Sonic Blaster, will kill you.

In the games[]

In the first Star Wars: Battlefront, the geonosians make their appearance on Geonosis: Spire, where they will assist the CIS. They are not a playable faction without mods and are relatively weak.

In Star Wars: Battlefront II, they appear on Geonosis: Dust Plains, and are only playable in the Hunt mode. Again, (outside of hunt mode) they will assist the CIS. They also appear in Story mode, during the event Tying up Loose Ends, under the command of Gizor Dellso. They appear at the end, as they and their leader try to escape, only to be all killed by the 501st Legion.

Though they do not appear in the PSP version of Star Wars: Battlefront II, they can be implemented using mods.


  • There is only one class of Geonosian in Star Wars Battlefront I and Star Wars Battlefront II and that is the Geonosian Soldier.
  • The sounds the geonosians make are from recordings of flying foxes and mating penguins located in Australia.
  • The geonosians in Star Wars Battlefront I have no wings attached when they are not flying, but in Star Wars Battlefront II, they do.