What was wrong with TUP clone Wars?

What was wrong with TUP clone Wars?

Clone trooper CT-5385, nicknamed Tup, shot and killed Tiplar during combat on a space station above the planet Ringo Vinda. Tup’s apparently treasonous action was the result of a malfunctioning bio-chip secretly implanted in all the clones to ensure their obedience.

Do clones suffer from PTSD?

Normal clones: They are probably highly resistant towards PTSD though since they have been indoctrinated from birth towards the very purpose of war.

Why did Cloning stop in Star Wars?

The Empire Stopped Using Clone Troopers After Order 66 In theory, the Clone Army should have been perfect for Palpatine’s purposes. He had successfully established the Empire, but he was well aware there would be resistance.

Did any clones become Force Sensitive?

The creation of Force-sensitive clones was ultimately achieved by Kaminoan technology on two occasions; first in the last years of the Republic; and then during the time of the Empire. The first successful attempt was conducted by the Kaminoans in addition to the production of Jango Fett’s clone troopers.

Why did the inhibitor chip malfunction?

The cause found by the republic medical center actually could well have been the real one. A small parasite managed to infect the water that Tup drank, which eventually ended up infecting the inhibitor chip.

Does Captain Rex have PTSD?

This is most definitely the case with a recent Rebels episode “The Last Battle”, where we finally get to see more from Rex and his PTSD from fighting in the Clone Wars. “The Last Battle” opens with Rex taking Kanan, Ezra, and Zeb on a salvage mission to an old Clone Wars battlefield.

Does Anakin have PTSD?

Anakin Skywalker (Vader) has PTSD and BPD Symptoms include ‘disassociating’ yourself from others or vivid flashbacks of what caused the person’s trauma. Let’s not forget the fact that Anakin was a slave as a child, which is the biggest trauma that could have triggered PTSD for him.

Do clones age twice as fast?

We do know that they were engineered to mature twice as fast as humans. The cloners of Kamino did this so that their creations could develop into full-grown adults in half the time it would take normal soldiers. It only took the clones about 10 years to be ready for battle.

Can clone troopers reproduce?

In official Star Wars canon, there is far less evidence for clones having children, but it still exists. In the novel, Force Collector, there is a junk shop merchant on Utapau named Sconto who claims his father was a clone trooper.

What happened to the Clones in Star Wars?

These clones served as Imperial stormtroopers for years until they were eventually replaced by natural-born humans whose loyalty and fanaticism towards the Emperor could be easily exploited. Meanwhile, the cloning facilities on Kamino were shut down and the remaining clones were retired from service.

Why are clones so tragic?

And nothing about this war is as tragic as the clones themselves. They were genetically engineered for one purpose: to kill and die on the frontlines for their makers. Born into servitude, all most clones ever get to know during their lifetimes is the battlefield.

How did the clones become stormtroopers?

Three years after the Grand Army of the Republic first left Kamino, the clones were enlisted as the first generation of Imperial stormtroopers tasked with keeping planets in line and quelling resistance to the new, authoritarian government.

How different were the Clone Wars from the enemy droid army?

In this way, the clones weren’t all that different from the enemy Droid Army. If the Clone Wars began in 22 BBY (Before the Battle of Yavin), that would mean that 22 years had passed in between the war and A New Hope. That’s 44 years in terms of a clone’s accelerated growth.