Consider: Obitine Bodyswap
OR: Obi-Wan, Satine, Cody bodyswap
I'm torn between a normal swap in the first case and a Satine Now Has The Force, Cody Now Has Mandalore, and Obi-Wan Now Has A Completely Different Form Of Brainweird (why is thinking so...?)
Either way, Satine switches into Obi-Wan's body mid-battle and has to FEEL the clones dying around her... like she wants to hold to her principles and not fight but part of her is just sensing every death around her, completely uncontrolled force waves hitting her because she doesn't know how to shield, and the enemy is just subsentient droids so--so--
Can you imagine how awful that would be? Also, like, in either case Obi-Wan is finding himself completely unable to access the Force and it's the worst because this is another sense to him and suddenly he's just... completely unable to feel the lives around him. This lifelong comfort just... gone.
If we include Cody, then the brainweird is partly the chip, and partly Cody has the brainweird of "brain literally rewired itself in response to conditioning (and also rapid aging bullshit)." Cody's PTSD is going to be very different from Obi-Wan's PTSD and their brains reflect that!
At minimum, there's a deeply ingrained instinct to follow orders, so whenever hes told to do something he just does before actually registering the request? Not very dangerous for multi-step orders, but he'll like. be told to stop and just freeze? - @the-lunar-system
I want to think that the chip isn't like. Noticeable? But if you aren't used to it then you don't notice that it's making you More Prone To Following Orders Than You Should Be. Like maybe part of the chip actually IS doing the anti-aggression thing, and the clones are used to compensating for it, but Obi-Wan... isn't.. If it's possible that it's doing SOMETHING, I want it to be just enough to give Obi-Wan a slowly mounting anxiety attack.