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Reviewed By: adamelijahReview Date: 7/10/15 11:42 pm
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Tiger, being the irritable and unsavory character he is has created a new breed of souped up Cyberzoids who will have no personalities and will go along with whatever Tiger says without question.

What could go wrong?

Like, "Clone of My Own," this story has a couple heavier moments that address the life implications of the Terra Hawks, most notable is the Sergeant Major's confrontation with Ninestein over his refusing to send in the Cyberzoids in as back-ups for the Zeroids. The Sergeant Major says they'll obey orders, but they're just canon fodder. The story touches on the ethical implications of Sentient AIs, something that "Clone of My Own" also did with the Sergeant Major refusing to wipe Fourstein's memory in defiance of Ninestein's orders. Ninestein will have none of that-thank you very much. He wants a powerful robot army that will just follow orders. As the saying goes, be careful what you wish for.

Of course, this is done with a light touch as there's some nice plot and a few solid plot twists. This is nice finale. I think the story could have been even better with a little more time. Here's hoping that the next edition of Terra Hawks throws in a two parter.

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