- 1 Why didn’t the Empire keep using clones?
- 2 When did stormtroopers replace clone troopers?
- 3 What happened to the clones during the empire?
- 4 When did the Empire stop using droids?
- 5 Why are stormtroopers so bad at aiming?
- 6 Did any clones regret Order 66?
- 7 Was Jango mandalorian?
- 8 Is Moff Gideon a Sith?
- 9 Who is the oldest clone trooper?
- 10 Did any clones survive?
- 11 Are clones mandalorians?
- 12 Are stormtroopers clones of Boba Fett?
- 13 Has a droid ever killed a Jedi?
- 14 Why is General Grievous coughing?
- 15 Why didn’t the rebels use droids?
Why didn’t the Empire keep using clones?
There were several reasons: Fett Kaminoan clones were considered too risky due to Kaminoan rebellion (not due to their nature but their homogeneity) Non-Kamino clones (e.g. Spaarti) were less stable. Clones were too expensive (and either too slow to mature or too unstable – take your pick).
When did stormtroopers replace clone troopers?
Clone troopers became stormtroopers when the Republic turned into the Galactic Empire after Palpatine had the Jedi killed. 2. In the old Expanded Universe, most Jango-Fett-clones were killed in an uprising in 12 BBY (before the Battle of Yavin).
What happened to the clones during the empire?
The remaining clone troopers went on to serve the Galactic Empire as the first wave of Imperial stormtroopers. Without the Jedi Order, the galaxy fell under the power of the Sith once more. The clone troopers who fought for the Republic became soldiers of the Empire, and were re-designated as Imperial stormtroopers.
When did the Empire stop using droids?
The Senate banned them.
This was done due to negative feeling towards battle droids following the Clone Wars. It goes on to say that a loophole was used to create the KX-series “Security” Droids, as seen in Rogue One. The same is probably true of the Imperial “sentry” droids seen in Rebels.
Why are stormtroopers so bad at aiming?
The Force. 99% of the stormtroopers are NOT clones. Their bad aim is because on the Death Star they were ordered not to kill Luke and his friends. Now other times in the movies its probably the fighting conditions or their helmet reduces their accuracy due to the way its built.
Did any clones regret Order 66?
There were indeed some clones that disobeyed Order 66. The only known ones are the Omega, Yayax, and Delta clone commando squads, Commander Gett, ARC Captain Maze, the Null Arc troopers, and the clones of Ion Team. “The evidence is in here.
Was Jango mandalorian?
Jango Fett was a Mandalorian human male bounty hunter and the clone template of the Grand Army of the Republic. From the planet Concord Dawn, Fett was a foundling of the Mandalorians and at one point fought in the Mandalorian Civil Wars before becoming a bounty hunter.
Is Moff Gideon a Sith?
At the time of The Mandalorian story, it is pretty clear that Moff Gideon is not a Sith Lord even though he has the Darksaber in his possession nor does he have any links to the Jedi. He was given his own planetary system to oversee which is why he has the title “Moff.”
Who is the oldest clone trooper?
CT-6116, nicknamed “Kix,” was a clone medic who served in the Grand Army of the Republic’s 501st Legion during the Clone Wars. Throughout the course of the war, Kix maintained a close friendship with CT-5597, a fellow clone of the 501st nicknamed “Jesse.” The two frequently accompanied each other on missions.
Did any clones survive?
The final surviving clone is is CT-6116, or Kix. Boba Fett could also be the last surviving clone since he did not have the accelerated aging or anything clone troopers had. Boba Fett was a unaltered clone.
Are clones mandalorians?
The clones are Kaminoan, but they’re all descended from a Mandalorian. Thus they are Kaminoans. However, Jango Fett was born on Concord Dawn. Boba Fett is also a Kaminoan as he too was born and raised on Kamino.
Are stormtroopers clones of Boba Fett?
Yes. Imperial troopers are all clones, but are not from the same clone template (also known as Jango Fett). Some are recruits that had been cloned from random troopers, although there are still some original clones left in the army, such as Commander Cody and many others.
Has a droid ever killed a Jedi?
Out of 200 Jedi, 170 got killed by droids in the Battle of Geonosis. So, yes, battle droids have indeed killed Jedi.
Why is General Grievous coughing?
Grievous’s armor and synthskin gut-sack protected his remaining vital organs, but his organic lungs were irritated by their implants. This gave Grievous a persistent cough for the rest of his life.
Why didn’t the rebels use droids?
The real main reason we didn’t have droids is because that requires infrastructure. You’re going to need factories to make droids, and you’re going to need to have a supply of raw materials to those factories.