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Thrawn's clones are able to stay sane, even though they are made in 20 days, and Leia figured it out in Timothy Zahn's book The Last Command. It has something to do with the ysalamir and the Force. I forgot where it was and when I looked I couldn't find it. Anyone remember the page number?
Hehe...is this what KB come down to? Asking page numbers? Okay, hold on, I will try to find it...Anakin Skyobiliviator (talk) 02:23, January 2, 2012 (UTC)
Please don't respond if you don't have an answer prepared. This isn't a chatroom. Luke says the cycle was fifteen to twenty days on page 26 of the hardcover. A few pages into Chapter 2. NaruHinaTalk 10:37, January 2, 2012 (UTC)
I know that, but I want to know how they stay sane? Cause clones grown that fast go insane, but Thrawn found a way around it. That's what I'm asking.--Cannonball7567 01:11, January 3, 2012 (UTC)
"However, Thrawn discovered that using ysalamiri to cut off the clone's connection to the Force would enable the creation of the clone in 15 standard days at the least, 20 standard days at the middle, or 21 standard days at the most." this is from Spaarti cloning cylinder. Anakin Skyobiliviator (talk) 01:14, January 3, 2012 (UTC)
IIRC, Luke theorized that so many copies of the "same" mind being active in the Force caused stress/feedback which led to clone madness. Whether that's "true" or not, that was the general explanation given in the Thrawn Trilogy. <-Omicron(Leave a message at the BEEP!) 17:28, January 3, 2012 (UTC)