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"Pellaeon frowned, an odd and uncomfortable thought suddenly striking him. Had C'baoth been able to guide the cruisers so well because each of their thousand-man crews were composed of variants on just twenty or so different minds? Or—even more disturbing—could part of the Jedi Master's split-second control have been due to the fact that C'baoth was himself a clone?
And either way, did that mean that the Mount Tantiss project was playing directly into C'baoth's hands in his bid for power? Perhaps. One more question he would have to bring to Thrawn's attention." Chapter 1, pgs. 13-14.


"'I understand your concerns,' Mon Mothma said, more gently. 'When we get the situation out there stabilized, I fully intend to bring General Bel Iblis back and put him in charge of tactical planning.'
If we get the situation stabilized, Leia amended silently, again feeling her stomach...

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