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Comments for ‘Star Wars’ Finally Confirms Why Stormtroopers Aren’t as Good as Clones

Clone Troopers during Order 66

Credit: Lucasfilm

10 Comments

  1. Michael Rubino

    You know not everything needs to be explained. You can use basic deductive and reasoning skills without having to write a pointless article.

    Thanks.
    -The internet.

    1. G

      Exactly! There is the obvious and things to be left to the imagination. Not everything needs to be explained. Also what some like to call retconning I call story or universe building.

    2. General Kenobi

      This is such basic & common knowledge that even those who have not seen Rebels, TCW or The Bad Batch already know the answer. It’s made crystal clear throughout Attack of The Clones and A New Hope, so all you’re really saying is that you’re only just grasping star wars. Also, Omega isn’t any more Boba Fett’s sister than she is a reg’s sister, so you didn’t really need to add that in there. It’s all explained in AOTC that Boba is an unaltered clone yet still a brother of the regs due to them all sharing the same host’s DNA, so it’s a simple case of following that same logic and applying it to Omega. It seems like the only person learning anything from this article is the writer.

  2. Justin

    Not to mention the stormtroopers didn’t actually have terrible aim for the most part. Vader specifically ordered the stormtroopers not to hit them on the Death Star.

    1. Mason

      Yes, that has been the biggest misconception of the century.

  3. Vicky

    I have really enjoyed the Bad Batch episodes. They’ve done an amazing job at filling in many gaps, as had Clone Wars and Rebels. I hope Disney decides to let it run longer than one season though! There are so many stores they could tell and I love the interaction between the characters.

  4. its common knowledge on to why they are better than stormtroopers well for one they had better moral and better thinking and didn’t give up has easily. if the empire simply kept the clones they would have a almost guaranteed chance of “bringing order to the galaxy” over all the clones we just trained bettee and had lots of confidents and weren’t zombie like troopers. Clones had personality and stormtroopers look has if they were just brainwash and only thing they know to do is kill.??

    1. i posted like 2 of these bc i thought other didnt post?

  5. John Osman

    Well, being as I was in my mid 30’s, (yeah, I’m telling on myself, but meh, …So?), … when StarWars 1st came out about 3 decades ago, … (or more), … I try to open my mind, past a lot of the half-answered, or just left out of the current show’s theme, … to knowing/surmising that I might know, because I’m doing all I can to just stay, in the moment of the current show’s action, & follow “this” story line, … & I figure, that I’ll catch up on anything I missed in the next segment, … and as these shows generally flip flop back & forth in the telling of these tales, I can generally guess, (or not), as to the writer’s narrative, … some are ok, & some are better, but then, there are those few, that actually reach out there, & put you into your seat with the force trying to keep you breathing, instead of killing you as the effects of what is transpiring on the screen, is actually quite believable, … & I simply love being in the position, no matter if I am able to watch it on a big screen TV, or from back in my junior high, & high school days of being mesmerized by the writings, of Isaac Asimov, & countless others, including the summers I spent on vacation, @ my stepdad’s Mom, & his stepdad’s farm in Midwestern Ky, just SSE, of Owensboro, … the adventures of Dave Dawson, & the RAF, had me spellbound, as I read about the fictional tales, of an American, joining the war effort of WW2, in the UK, … as well as many other books of yesteryear, that helped to give me just a bit of info, about being in and becoming something that made your small efforts a part of something much bigger than ourselves, … I thrived, on action, sci-fi. & adventures for me, doing things, (for a 1st time), … sometimes without thinking them all of the way through, & paying the consequences of such actions, whilst growing up, and it has followed me that way pretty much for most of my life, … as I am always doing, or tinkering with something, … such as my car engine caught fire in a demo derby, & after they put it out with the foam fire extinguishers, I was given 2 minutes to start it again, … I unscrewed the breather cap, removed the breather filter, & put the cap back on, & it fired right back up, … I ran it until I was bumped up over a telephone pole, where I could not get any traction, & was thus, eliminated, … but I did get a standing ovation from the crowd for being able to lean out of the windshield, remove the breather filter, & restart my car, … it was a lot of fun, but funds were tight, & it was not something that I could afford to do the next year, … and I lost interest, and had moved on to other things by that time, …

  6. General Kenobi

    This is such basic & common knowledge that even those who have not seen Rebels, TCW or The Bad Batch already know the answer. It’s made crystal clear throughout Attack of The Clones and A New Hope, so all you’re really saying in this article is that you’re only just grasping star wars. Also, Omega isn’t any more Boba Fett’s sister than she is a reg’s sister, so you didn’t really need to add that in there. It is explained in AOTC that Boba, although an “unaltered clone,” shares the same DNA as the regs, and when you apply that same logic to Omega, it’s pretty clear that she is Boba’s AND ALL OTHER JANGO CLONES’ sister. Seems like the only person learning from this article is the writer.

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