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  1. My point was that the Starkiller who finished the game/story after his appearent death and 'revival' on the Impirical was probably a clone. I came to this conclusion on the basis that he had no scars or cybernetics AND that bacta may not heal enough to remove his scars or to repair the damage of being stabbed and spaced. As to Vader's "long term plan"...speculation on my part that he may have been attempting explore the whole life extending process that drew him to the dark side in the first place.
  2. This will be my first reply so please forgive my newness... I believe that Starkiller was a long term project on the part of Vader, possibly his attempt to create/prolong life. This thought first occured to me earlier this year when i reread the TFU novel. When Juno is first brought to the secret chamber, it mentions several time that there were cryotubes (or someting similar to that). I wondered why that was so significant, but now it makes sense that deceased 'subjects' get frozen and stored. If Starkiller got killed, it would make sense that Vader would just unthaw a new one and send him on his next mission. Slighty more far fetched, I was under the impression that bacta only went so far in healing a paitent. to that end, it was supposed to be a plot device to explain Luke's change of appearance in that it DOESN'T heal every wound. And yet Galen remarked on how his scars were gone and he wasn't robotic. I propose that there have been more clones, with newer units replacing deceased ones.
  3. Spoilers Spoilers The official site has updated to reveal the identity of subject 1138.
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