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4-Aug-2008, 12:46 PM

I'm fairly certain I'm caught up on this thread now, and I didn't see this mentioned, but it's a very long thread so please forgive me if I'm mistaken.

Back to the "Boba's voice" topic for a moment... we don't know enough about the cloning technique used to produce the clone-troopers, or their subsequent training, to say what kind of voice they would have.  For the sake of argument, let's assume it makes perfect sense that they would all sound like Morrison.

However, Boba is unique among all the clones in that he had the opportunity to live a full life from childhood through adulthood, and most of that life was spent without the influence his father would have had on his speech patterns.  That is the only reason you need to restore the original voice.  All the other clones can sound like Morrison, at least there's an argument to be made for that.  But it makes no sense for Boba to sound anything like him; in fact it would be an incredible coincidence if he did.  There's no need to introduce the idea of voice-altering technology or any other explanation.  The guy has had an actual life, end of story.

Again, my apologies if someone made this point already.

Ron Moses