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 Were the Stormtroopers clones of Jango Fett?

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PostSubject: Re: Were the Stormtroopers clones of Jango Fett?   Mon Feb 11, 2013 9:55 am

Sasukedc 2 wrote:
Lol. Besides, didn't this one imperial scientist start cloning Boba around the time of TFU? Too bad Boba killed him for doing it. LOL.


Boba is a clone of Jango
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PostSubject: Re: Were the Stormtroopers clones of Jango Fett?   Mon Feb 11, 2013 9:56 am

most clones in ROTS were clones from different templetes

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PostSubject: Re: Were the Stormtroopers clones of Jango Fett?   Mon Feb 11, 2013 12:57 pm

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most clones in ROTS were clones from different templetes

no, they werent. in ROTS all clones were jango clones. they started tog et replaced 7 years after ROTS. and by ANH 19 years later most of the jango clones were gone. only less than 50% of the 501st remained clones. which would mean overall by ANH less than 1% of stormtroopers were clones. most of the stormtroopers were political recruits, and the rest were clones from various templates of hosts....
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PostSubject: Re: Were the Stormtroopers clones of Jango Fett?   Mon Feb 11, 2013 1:10 pm

this is quotes from a book wrote by Simon Beecroft
"BY THE TIME OF the Battle over Coruscant, clone troopers, with enhanced phase II armor, are battle-dented and mud-smeared. Aging at twice the rate of normally birthed humans, only two-thirds of the original army of clone troopers are alive. Clones are also being cloned on new worlds, with cells from new templates."


additional facts
-212th legion is the most successful clone force
-clones were made to feel invincible
-the 41st legion has armor for all envirorments

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PostSubject: Re: Were the Stormtroopers clones of Jango Fett?   Mon Feb 11, 2013 1:13 pm

hmm thanks for sharing. so 1/3 of the army by ROTS was recruits and clones from other templates. very interesting thanks again for sharing that
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PostSubject: Re: Were the Stormtroopers clones of Jango Fett?   Tue Feb 12, 2013 7:34 pm

Yes

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