Zombie Stormtrooper Wants Intergalactic Brains

You might think that all dead Stormtroopers are just shot out into space or crushed in the trash compactor (they’re clones, not like they have families to attend funerals right?), but some, when affected with a deadly virus, come back to life, and roam the abandoned halls of Imperial bases looking for brains to devour.

You know, it would be pretty freaking amazing to play an M-rated Star Wars game that had you fighting undead Stormtroopers and all sorts of other unspeakable evils from the Dark Side of  the Force. And I’m sure we’ll see such a title right after Hoth becomes a tropical paradise.

Oh man, I just learned about Death Troopers as a result of this post. That sounds amazing and I want to read that immediately.

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  1. Actually the majority of Stormtroopers are not clones, but are hired hands like a normal military. This is due to the accelerated aging of clone troops from Amino, who age at double the rate of a normal human. So by the time Luke rolled around, most of the clone troopers were already dead.

  2. REALLY PAUL? are you F***** kidding me? Death Troopers has been out for like 2 years, plus Red Harvest which is set around the time of KOTOR, TOR, and that era (its related to Death). have you never gone into a Borders or Barnes & Noble to ACTUALLY LOOK at the new books?!?!

  3. @clayton
    you are actaully only partially right in that. there are some clones still alive by the time Episode IV because the Alliance picks up a few in some of the Rebellion comics that are between IV and V and the canon has the Empire still using some in its legions. plus Palpatine had some of those cloning chambers placed in special vaults and warehouses all over the galaxy to use later on as is know in The Thrawn Trilogy where Grand Admiral Thrawn found some and cloned some of his elite troops to use against the New Republic.

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