Yet if you've played Republic Commando, all the clones have different voices, yet came from the same template.
I started watching the Original Trilogy when I was about 4, and watched it pretty much weekly if not several times per week for the next few years. I grew up with the original Boba voice, and when I bought the 'remastered' DVD collection, I was mortified. Both the scene with Rystall, and the new voice woke an anger inside me the likes of which have never been seen. Were the person who did that present, I very likely would've made his knees bend the wrong way, broken his spine, and made him look as I stepped on his throat, helpless to do anything.
*breathes deeply* Ice cubes Johnny...remember ice cubes....ice cubes are cool, be cool. Bloody psychiatrist stuff doesn't help anyway.
If you haven't already assumed, I hate the voice change with an undying passion. I hate the voice, I hate the Rystall scene, and I most definitely (even though it was in the OT) hate the scream. Those responsible for the changes should be publically executed, and I would find no greater honor than being on the firing squad.
But pertaining to the subject: Why did they change his voice? Because sadly, I'm not entirely sure if Lucas knows his characters as much as his fans do. I'm not going to get into the whole 'Greedo shooting first' ordeal (HAN SHOT FIRST GORRAM IT), but I do indeed believe that The Flanneled One has lost sight of the glory of his original creations. This would also help explain why Episodes I, II, and III weren't even close to the greatness of their predecessors. Long live the OT, and let the fires of Tartarus consume he who slaughtered the image of our exhalted Fett.
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