why would an army of human clones be better than an army of robots?
Doesnt make any sense
I think the Clone Wars should have been literal wars between clones, brother vs brother.
The clone army project is discovered and the Republic decides it's best use is against the CIS that uses droids.
Clones being human, they revolt against the Republic because they're sending people to die to machines, when the Republic could also use droids.
Many clones defect to the CIS (which is not in fact evil, it is revealed they are closer to the Rebels in the OT, wanting to avoid the senate's grasp and Sheev's dictatorship) and they fight against each other.
This adds depth and drama to it all.
because they're clones of one of he most elite fighters/marksman in the galaxy and the droids (at least regular ones), while probably better than the average lifeform, aren't as good as Jango, and I'd say the super Battle droids are probably on par with the clones
Thats the original story. It gets alluded to in the eu over and over before the prequel canonhood ruined everything.
It would make sense clones would be on both sides like macabre undying armies resurrected over and over jusy to be fed to the war machine. A true clone war.
Not this shit we get in the prequels. The name clone war doesnt even make sense
Droids have chink 2nd hand shit programs. Trade Federation bought them at a discount
Clones have elite ubermensch maori genes.
Fine whatever, excuse me. They have advanced technologies, in the fucking past. My question still stands dipshit.
No, it's well-established that droids can't see or think creatively; the conversations they have are all still within a certain parameter and don't exactly relate to combat anyways.
A clone could determine that they were in a bad position and to move to higher ground, or lure the droids into a trap of some sort, the droids just march on firing. In reality, I think the droids would be the superior fighting force, considering there were literally quadrillions of them during the war, but they needed to write it as balanced as possible.
Most droids were slow and crappy, except for droidekas, also humans can plan strategies and in-battle moves to overcome their enemy, while droids just follow orders and get rekt by humans like nothing.
It's science-Fantasy, not Hard Sci-fi.
The droids where incompetent and cheaply made by a group of independent planets, that what happened.
The new-EU books after ep.6 have gangsters laughing their asses off when a child on an outer rim planet has one and threatens them with it.
really the clone army should have been the enemy. It would have really improved the Obi Wan detective plot because rather than just finding a random clone army and then being like 'lol, let's just use them' it would have actually added reason to it
>A clone could determine that they were in a bad position and to move to higher ground, or lure the droids into a trap of some sort, the droids just march on firing. In reality, I think the droids would be the superior fighting force, considering there were literally quadrillions of them during the war, but they needed to write it as balanced as possible
The battle scenes would have been much better with proper infantry tactics and stuff
Millions of disposable clones marching in lines against lines of millions of disposable droids is just lazy