Flat-Screen may be a villain, but I still really like him. He's just so gosh darn COOL LOOKIN'!
Here's the story, in its entirety, of Flat-Screen.
TV and Flat were both born on Kamino at around the same time. Something, somewhere, just went horribly wrong and yet miraculously right, and a whole line of clones came out with electronics for heads.
Jalt, the savior of imperfect clones and founder of the 50last, rescued TV and Flat from Kamino and brought them, as he had with all the others, to Hoth to train and prove that different doesnt mean worse.
Flat was initially designed to be an ARC trooper, and he would have been if it werent for his one outstanding quality. Jalt, too, was an ARC, the only difference being that Jalt was also force sensitive (read up on Jalt here: [link]
). For the first few years, Flat screen was a regular member of the 50last and good friends with everyone there. That is, until he mistakenly downloaded a Random Package, which scrambled his hardware rewrote much of his programming- in effect, it altered his personality and made him hyper-aggressive and anti-imperialism. He left the 50last for the side of the Rebellion.
Hes addicted to e-bay and he loves bubble wrap and packaging peanuts.
*A Note on Remotes-
Remotes are very similar to the common Light Saber, except Remotes come with a wide variety of alternate abilities. The pause button can be used to suspend a targeted object or enemy in the air, the fast-forward button allows for a brief vision into the possible future, and the preview button can temporarily let the user see through some solid objects. In effect, it gives the user Force-like powers, but it required very little training to control. Only the dueling aspect of the Remote takes skill.