There's been a lot of speculation about the young clone, Omega, in Star Wars: The Bad Batch, but the latest episode of the Disney+ series, "Bounty Lost," finally clears things up a little.
As expected, the young girl is "a pure genetic replication" of Jango Fett made from "pure, first-generation DNA." With the Kaminoans desperate to stay relevant as the Empire looks to move from Clone Troopers to Stormtroopers, they want Omega back because, unaware that Boba is still very much alive, they believe she's their only source of Jango's DNA.
Of course, this technically makes Boba and Omega brother and sister, and we can't help but wonder whether the plan is to have them come together either in this series of The Book of Boba Fett.
With Dave Filoni in charge, you know there's a long-term plan of some sort, and this wasn't The Bad Batch's only big reveal on Friday.
Talking to Omega about whether there are other clones like her, Hunter responds: "To my knowledge, there's only one other. A male clone code-named Alpha, later referred to as Boba." Jango gave his "son" that name, and it sounds like there might be bigger plans for "Alpha" and "Omega" in the Star Wars Universe.
After all, if they can be used to create a new Clone Army...well, that could have major consequences for the Star Wars Universe moving beyond even the sequel trilogy.
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