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At the end of Magical Girl Lyrical StrikerS, it's revealed that all of The Numbers had a clone of Jail Scaglietti in their wombs, so that in the event of his capture or death, as long as one of The Numbers escaped, his clone would be born with all his memories and knowledge, effectively allowing him to reborn.

A number of The Numbers were separated and imprisoned in different locations, while a group (who probably could be released and live normal lives like Subaru and Ginga) were in a separate facility near Ground Forces H.Q.

Were all the Jail Scaglietti clones removed from the wombs of The Numbers? Or only those who would be released, since the others would be imprisoned indefinitely?

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The clones are never mentioned again in the series. One possible explanation is that they were supposed to trigger in case of Jail Scaglietti's death; but he is still alive, in a maximum security orbital prison.

  • I think they do get some mention. I think they appear in sound stages, and if I remember correctly the ones that chose to try to rehabilitate have appeared in Vivid (possibly Force?). I can't recall specific ones, though, so maybe I'm mistaken. I don't think any of those mention the clones, regardless. The "trigger only on death" does seem to be the prevalent fan theory, from what a cursory search would reveal. – zibadawa timmy Jun 26 '15 at 0:32

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