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Author: ReconSEAL
Date posted: 4/14/2003 5:53:54 PM
ReconSEAL's Comments:

Wow! Touching ending!

can't wait to read more of ur work!

Author: Herman Snerd  (signed)
Date posted: 4/14/2003 10:02:33 PM
Herman Snerd's Comments:

I remember how pleased I was when I saw this story was re-submitted.

Original character stories like this are among the most interesting in fanfiction. Well done.

Author: Aunecah_Skywalker  (signed)
Date posted: 4/15/2003 5:24:43 AM
Aunecah_Skywalker's Comments:

I'm glad this story finally made it into the Archives! I'm NOT even exaggerating when I say this is one of the best stories (about clones) that I ever read. Throws the whole idea of clones into a very "human" loop, gives them extra dimensions, and shows them for what they really are - instead of automatons who killed because that's what their superiors told him to do.

I love 14573. He's completely original, and it's amazing how much you managed to tell us about his character in such a short story! 14592 (I think that's the right number, anyway ... you know who I'm talking about) is also a cool character in his own right; his insecurities make him just incredibly ... well, human.

Nicely done!


Author: CloneTrooper
Date posted: 4/16/2003 8:50:33 AM
CloneTrooper's Comments:

Well done, a good story... the first part, with the story, rising sun etc. reminded me of george and lennie from Of Mice and Men. Very sweet!

Author: Rebadams7
Date posted: 4/16/2003 11:00:00 AM
Rebadams7's Comments:

Better than expected, crisp writing that carried the reader to the surprize? hmmm conclusion.
Well Done

Author: Bobilll
Date posted: 4/16/2003 2:28:51 PM
Bobilll's Comments:

Wow, very touching ending! It almost seems to parrallel the morals our parents force on us, showing us to make sure our responsibilities are fulfilled before our wants... but with such a twist! very nice!

Author: Siri Ruane
Date posted: 4/16/2003 2:47:17 PM
Siri Ruane's Comments:

Aww, you stole my idea!

Oh well, it looks like you worked really hard though, and it's still a good story. :-)

Rock on.

Author: Tycalibur  (signed)
Date posted: 4/17/2003 6:27:30 PM
Tycalibur's Comments:

I liked this piece, a lot. Very different, the original characters were great, but the entire work thought-provoking about the cloning process itself.


Author: Clonzer
Date posted: 4/20/2003 6:01:14 AM
Clonzer's Comments:

I loved it, but it was sooooo sad! Keep on Writing!

Author: Valiowk  (signed)
Date posted: 4/20/2003 9:06:23 AM
Valiowk's Comments:

Wonderful story! I like the way it was '92 in the end who gave up, instead of '73. It says so much about the changes in the life of a human, not to mention a clone...

Author: Quiller  (signed)
Date posted: 4/22/2003 7:51:22 AM
Quiller's Comments:

Good job. 14573 was a well-drawn character. The idea that variations can occur even when the gene pool and the environment are identical, is a fascinating one.

Author: pimpy wan
Date posted: 5/4/2003 7:32:11 AM
pimpy wan's Comments:

this was a great story! it was good to glimpse the personal lives of the clones in preparation for the war and to consider the issues of individuality versus social obligation. the story reminded me at times of THX 1138, as well. excellent work.

Author: Chip Currin
Date posted: 5/8/2003 11:38:41 AM
Chip Currin's Comments:

Great story! I like original character stories, especially the ones that either have no affect on the continuity of the Star Wars Universe. I hope to read more of your writing soon.

Author: Sky Zalom
Date posted: 7/12/2003 11:53:00 AM
Sky Zalom's Comments:

Wow, that was a exellent story, the best I have ever read about a clone!
What really sets it apart is how you show us into his head, and how, by the end, we feel as if we know the clone!
Oh, but the numbers sometimes got a little confusing!

Author: yodawars
Date posted: 7/22/2003 7:18:47 AM
yodawars's Comments:

This is the best fan fiction Ihave ever read. Great ending, hope you right another clone story or a sequel to 14573.

Author: Aloysius Kenobi-Fett
Date posted: 8/6/2003 9:24:38 AM
Aloysius Kenobi-Fett's Comments:

A pox upon your work!!! This is not a flame but merely a helpful critique!! Nevar write agian please!!!11!!! Jk! Np! I looved it!!! A truly masterpiece! Which sort of genius fellow are you to have conceived such brilliance, and broguth it to bear! With this piece you have laid-waste to all other! fanfic I mean. lolo!1 So, we part !

I await more delacatsisius work from thou, scribe of galactic mishap!

Author: VCGriffin
Date posted: 8/12/2003 12:20:16 PM
VCGriffin's Comments:

Hay this is really good. Its kept me enterteaind throughouht and was a pleseure to read. Thanks to the writter and if you havent read this yet give it a try.

Author: Morian Miner  (signed)
Date posted: 8/20/2003 5:47:39 PM
Morian Miner's Comments:

I would like to say a very late thank you to all those who have left comments for this story. The feedback is much appreciated.

Author: Haris
Date posted: 9/20/2003 7:53:52 PM
Haris's Comments:

Just like everybody else that commented on this story, I liked it a lot. Everybody knows how to show compassion for rebel soldiers, and other type of people, while very few people ever show any compassion for clone/stormtroopers.

Author: Xanatos90  (signed)
Date posted: 9/27/2003 4:51:40 PM
Xanatos90's Comments:

What an amazing story!!!!! This really does put out the theory that clones are emotionless.

Author: Xanatos90  (signed)
Date posted: 9/27/2003 4:51:46 PM
Xanatos90's Comments:

What an amazing story!!!!! This really does put out the theory that clones are emotionless.

Author: Elema
Date posted: 4/16/2004 6:02:07 PM
Elema's Comments:

Wow. That story was amazing, and terribly sad. You have an awesome gift for writing, keep it up! You offer an exclusive look into a formerly unknown and unquestioned lifestyle. Your portrayal is very convincing! This is the kind of story that evokes deep thoughts, and is a pleasure to read, despite its sadness.

Author: Jedi Aron Tylander  (signed)
Date posted: 10/11/2004 12:05:20 AM
Jedi Aron Tylander's Comments:

Nice and touching story. Aside from carefully explaining why did the clones need to banish their individuality as it is in the official databanks (because of the errors and cloning) you did a fine great job showing that they really have emotions, they're still humans. Nice very nice. Can't wait to see your upcoming stories. im trying to make my stories myself and this one would be include to my references. Very nice, very nice.

Author: Korr
Date posted: 8/8/2005 12:05:05 PM
Korr's Comments:

absolutely great. i loved reading this.

Author: DarthIshtar  (signed)
Date posted: 3/6/2007 12:34:34 AM
DarthIshtar's Comments:

This was both compelling and thought-provoking.

Author: Seri1
Date posted: 5/2/2007 11:26:25 AM
Seri1's Comments:

"I am free."

That was the point I started to cry, just a little. Not many think about those poor beggers on Kamino. They were more heroic than the Jedi!

Author: Healer_Leona
Date posted: 12/25/2007 8:11:58 AM
Healer_Leona's Comments:

I really enjoyed this story. Excellent characterizations of the clones.

I'd love to see a sequel to know how 73 was faring.

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