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backtoTHErep. 08-04-2007 06:14 PM

Threepio memory wipe--then re-downloaded.
 
Lucas Books should make a story set soon after Star Wars: Revenge of the Sith where Threepio and Artoo make a pact using rapid, hyper(or sub)sonic conversation upon hearing that Threepio is to get his memory wiped. Just prior to his wipe, Threepio will transmit his memory to Artoo (Artoo had enough storage space for the Death Star plans) wirelessly. Then afterwards, and when it is safe, Artoo will re-transmit Threepio's memory back to him.

As a condition, Threepio will have to pretend that he has lost his memory and that his first occupation was loading binary lifters(?).

If you consider it, Threepio getting his memory wiped is akin to Alzheimer's in a human. Also, since Threepio was apparently given to Padme, in accordance with Naboo law, which gives high-level droids the status of sentient, Threepio would have been free, and wouldn't have been 'inherited' by Bail Organa--he would be protected by the Republic Constitution's [em]Right to Sentience[/em]. Thus, Organa wouldn't have the right to wipe the memory of a free sentient--Threepio.

Just some figurative two cents. :vsd:

PoiuyWired 08-05-2007 12:32 PM

Republic... What Republic?

If I remember it is The Galactic Empire. Plus, it is a good plot to have wiped 3PO's memory anyways. Granted, Artoo would tell him about his past, but not the complete story from what we know about how Artoo acts. And, even if Artoo is given the storage of 3PO's memory, he would have toyed around with it.

Thing is, 3PO got mindwiped is cause of his loudmouth nature. If he would be the nice quiet type he would be ok.

BigMike322 08-30-2007 10:31 PM

Think of all the things R2 would have done to screw with 3P0's memory.


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