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Why was only one person used as the template for the Clone Army?

As far as specialization, there's a school of military thought that says role specialization is bad, or at least suboptimal, and that interchangeability is good. If your tank driver, your infantryman, ...
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How did the Republic have enough clones for... anything?

Yes, there is an explanation if you read a few pages on the starwars.wiki. The Grand Army of the Republic(GAR) was the main fighting force at the beginning of the clone wars, it was comprised entirely ...
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Why was only one person used as the template for the Clone Army?

There are multiple references to Jango's clones being quite literally perfect. Fast, smart, capable and multi-talented beyond the capabilities of any other sample taken. "Bred to be perfect ...
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Is there an explanation for the inconsistency in the Mandalorians between the Clone Wars and Rebels?

Looks like Duchess Satine Kryze led a puppet government. New canon erased lots of prior Mandalorian history, but there are two certain facts: Mandalorians were a proud warrior culture that waged war ...
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Did any storylines or content from The Clone Wars exist prior to its broadcasting?

According to starwars.com Ahsoka and all the other Clone Wars original characters weren't invented until the development of the show began after Dave Filoni was hired by Lucasfilm in 2005, after ...
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Now that the Star Wars franchise belongs to Disney, who owns the rights to Star Wars the Clone Wars?

Star Wars: The Clone Wars (and indeed all Star Wars properties) are copyrighted to LucasFilm. As of October 30, 2012, Disney acquired LucasFilm and all ancillary rights to the various Star Wars films ...
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What is Plo Koon's real face?

He hasn't been shown without his mask in the new canon, but we have seen his bare face in Legends. From Star Wars: Purge: Seconds to Die: A 2010 action-figure gives him the same appearance.
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How close was Ahsoka to becoming a Jedi Knight?

How close did she come to attaining the rank? Very. In The Clone Wars episode, The Wrong Jedi, she was offered the rank but turned it down. The Council considered her ordeal in hindsight as being her ...
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How did the Jedi mobilize and take command of the clone army so easily?

  Both Clone and Droid Army were created to give Jedi false sense of power and competence.   First consider Droid Army. Very large, but with almost useless individual troopers (...
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Ahsoka Tano's Lightsaber Fighting Style

Star Wars' Lightsaber combat is depicted using many different Forms (e.g. Form II: Makashi is linked there). There are many different lightsaber guard poses used within the Star Wars canon and also ...
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Was Mace Windu apologetic to Ahsoka Tano?

No, he is not being apologetic. Lets take a look at his quote in context. Ki-Adi-Mundi: This is the true sign of a Jedi Knight. Mace Windu: This was actually your great trial. Now we see that. We ...
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Why was only one person used as the template for the Clone Army?

I believe you are missing the point(lessness) of the Clone Wars. Spoilers obviously. The bare minimum you need for a war is two sides who are trying to beat the other. The Clone Wars, therefore, are ...
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Why doesn't the Separatist Army use more non-droid soldiers?

In-universe, you do see other species fighting for the CIS in the Clone Wars, but just in their homeworlds: Genosians and Umbarans are the two who come to mind. However, from a logistical standpoint ...
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What does the color of the darksaber mean?

First off: kyber crystals only change colour as they bond with (or in the case of dark side users: dominated by) the individual constructing the lightsaber. At that point the colour is "fixed" and ...
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Why can’t The Mandalorian from The Mandalorian take off his helmet, while animated mandalorians like Sabine and Pre Vizsla can?

There's a couple of things at play here (note that there's a lot of spoilers here) Mandalorian has two meanings In a normal world, Mandalorian would refer to people from Mandalore. In the Star Wars ...
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Why is Shaak Ti considered the "clone mom?"

In the first episode of The Clone Wars Season Three, "Clone Cadets", Shaak Ti is shown as the Jedi responsible for overseeing the final combat training of the clones before they are accepted ...
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How did Palpatine's Chancellorship survive the Zillo Beast attack?

This issue is dealt with, somewhat tangentially, in the Ultimate Star Wars factbook. When a strange Zillo Beast, brought to the capital for scientific study, escapes and rampages through the ...
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How close was Ahsoka to becoming a Jedi Knight?

Based on the comments of several Jedi masters in the episode "The Wrong Jedi," it seems she would have been made a knight almost immediately if she remained in the order. Saesee Tiin: You ...
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How did R3-S6 make it on to Anakin's spaceship without arousing suspicion?

From Star Wars: The Clone Wars: The Visual Guide: R3's Secret R3 is actually a spy: Separatist agents in the Republic military sabotaged his programming and arranged for him to be sent to Bothawui. (...
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Is this dialogue in Ahsoka inspired by a scene from The Clone Wars?

The exchange you're thinking of is this one from the episode “Storm Over Ryloth” (CW115) and it does indeed take place during that same campaign, albeit in a somewhat different context. For starters ...
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What happened to Darth Maul?

We now know a decent amount about Maul's activities towards the end of the Clone Wars, and beyond: As phantom42 notes in his answer, the canon comic series Darth Maul: Son of Dathomir sees Maul ...
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Why/How is Boba Fett considered a Mandalorian?

According to The Mandalorian S02E06, Chapter 14: The Tragedy, Jango Fett was a Mandalorian by creed as he was a foundling. This then makes Boba Fett a Mandalorian by lineage. [Boba Fett] I want you ...
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Can Jedi temple Guards use the Force?

According to the Star Wars Databank article on Jedi Temple Guards, the answer is a very firm "yes". An ancient, honored heritage within the hallowed halls of the Jedi Temple was the role of the ...
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Why was the Separatist army so weak?

It wasn't really. The Confederacy of Independent Systems/Sepratists were know to have won the Battles of Abregado the Ryndellia system Felucia Devaron Patitite Pattuna Dathomir Florrum They ...
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What did the Super Tactical Droid encountered by the Jedi mean by his words?

Kalani was a Super Tactical Droid (STD), which are known for their intelligence. Kanan Jarrus: "I think the commander's a super tactical droid." Rex: "Ah, you're right. He is." Ezra Bridger: "...
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Was Maul's survival planned in Phantom Menace?

No, Lucas apparently decided to resurrect Maul some time around 2011/2012, some 13 years after his unfortunate bisection. Well, mostly. Filoni acknowledges that the order to resurrect the Sith Lord ...
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How many Hutts are there?

3 Billion+ The Star Wars Essential Atlas lists the population of Nal Hutta as seven billion. The Hutt population is 43% of that, or just over three billion. It also mentions other Hutt-controlled ...
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Is Maul still Darth?

No Sidious directly states that Maul is no longer a Sith, and therefore no longer a true Darth, in the Star Wars: The Clone Wars episode The Lawless: Darth Sidious: [to Maul] Remember, the first ...
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