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I was just wondering if clones get paid to be in the Grand Army of the Republic.
No, they don´t. That is why the clones are the best to the job, they were educated since they "born" to work to the Republic. Which liberates money to the war effort. DarthKamiyl 19:20, November 8, 2011 (UTC)DarthKamiyl
Clone troopers had free and almost exclusive access to the Republic Service Organization, which provided drinks, entertainment, etc. so it's not like the troopers weren't allowed to enjoy themselves. KievanMereel 20:50, November 14, 2011 (UTC)
Well, I wouldn´t want to be a clone trooper if I had to combat droids everyday and I won´t have some kind of reward, but its not like they can walk around the city, having a nice trip, eat something in the near club or however is called, marrie and have family... They are kind chain into the Republic Army, they don´t really have lot of jobs but that.DarthKamiyl 21:09, November 14, 2011 (UTC)DarthKamiyl
Clone troopers were not paid at all and did not originally have leave privileges. There is no known regulation against marriage, but standard troops had such limited interaction with individuals outside of the army that romantic relationships were a rarity. Members of the Grand Army's special forces—mainly clone commandos and ARC troopers—had more freedom due to their Jedi General, Arligan Zey, and were encouraged to see more of the city's site while off-duty on Coruscant, by Cuy'val Dar sergeant Kal Skirata. By the second year of the war, after Skirata had "petitioned" Senate Head of Public Affairs, Mar Rugeyan, the clones were given leave opportunities, and Republic Service Organization centers were created on Coruscant for off-duty troopers. Bella'Mia 02:23, November 15, 2011 (UTC)