Re: Aylin Vel

If it says anything about Aylin, Im burning all the books. I hate her THAT MUCH!


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What if they go on a Star Wars talk show and the DNA test says he's not her father? That'd be nice.

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Here's my take on the subject.

Everyone's been taking the "Boba's a deadbeat" approach or the "protect his family from enemies" approach, but it could actually be more tragic and sadder than that.

What if Boba didn't know he fathered a daughter?

Hear me out.  Boba is a bit older, wiser.  He's had a few close calls where his life flashed before his eyes, as in almost died from a hunting job.  While not necessarily looking to have a legacy, he's probably rethinking his view on the "no sex" thing, after all he could die a violent death without experiencing it, let's face it, everyone grows up and interests change.

Boba's living fast and he kinda likes this other bounty hunter chick, cause she's strong and again let's face it, there's not many attractive women in the bounty hunter gig.  One night they're going for the same bounty and end up on the wrong end of an ambush, they get out of it, bag the bounty, but barely.  Both still under the rush of the fight and scared to an inch of their lives, and fearing that they wouldn't live past tomorrow,well.... they end up doing it, in the heat of the moment.

Boba, not exposed to the mysteries of life goes "it was great, cool, we should do it again some time" and then heads of to hunt other bounties, forgetting about the chick completely.

Sintas, mistaking Boba's inexperience for being a deadbeat, decides to have the kid and tells her that "daddy left us when you were still a baby".

Baby is mad, cause mommy is the only person she has (and who else would she believe?), so she vows to kill the deadbeat daddy when she's all grown up.

Meanwhile Boba's gotten even more mature, even wiser and he's thinking he should now have a legacy.

The irony is, his legacy wants him dead.

The only glitch in this theory is the holovid pic of a mando and Sintas holding Ailyn, but then again Sintas could've just posed with Jodo Kast or some other wayward mando.

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But how then, does Aylin get Boba's armor and stuff? Its wrong......ITS WRONG!!!! mad I HATE AYLIN!!


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Why would Jodo pose anyway? And also if Sintas wanted Aylin to hate Boba why make a picture of them with Boba in it? Unless she spliced the whole thing together somehow as a little sad, "This is what could have been" type picture?

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True Warrior wrote:

But how then, does Aylin get Boba's armor and stuff? Its wrong......ITS WRONG!!!! mad I HATE AYLIN!!


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If I remember correctly, according to the History of the Mandalorians she found Alpha-Ø2 (the crazy Jango clone gone rogue. aka Mandalore the Ressurector) and killed him. She then took his armor.

Perhaps Alpha could be her father. I mean Fenn Shysa and Tobbi Dala confused him with Boba. Why couldn't Sintas?

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Yeah, she took Spar's armor (Alpha-02).  As for Fett not knowing he had a kid, well, I think from the comic book issue, where he's actually in the holo picture with Sintas, he'd be daft if he didn't know he was a dad.

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Something I never realized before, though.  I've always been a big fan of Quinlan Vos and Aayla Secura.  I was re-reading the article about Sintas and Aylin Vel, and it never hit me before that they are from the same race as Quinlan Vos.  I just thought that was pretty neat.

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Oh that's why they have the weird face markings. I never really liked that part of them.

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Miba wrote:

Oh that's why they have the weird face markings. I never really liked that part of them.

Yeah.  I had always thought that was part of their species characteristics, until I found out that were the same race as Quinlan.  Makes sense now, though.

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SabreMandalore wrote:

Anyway I don't see the big fuss over the fact Boba was married and had a child. He is a MAN after all. He can't ignore certain calls of nature.  big_smile

I seem to recall that in Tales of the bounty hunters, It references that Boba had several emotions removed from his brain.  I beleive one of them was the natural desire.

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Although, a good part of that story was rendered non canon by episode 2. In which case, that may or may not be true.

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True Kentaiba, and even if he did have it removed...
in the words of Jeff Goldblum in Jurassic Park, "Nature always finds a way"

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I never read that in the book about Boba.  I know they had that about, Dengar, though.  That was one of the main plots of the story between him and Manaroo.

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Yeah, I have been told children are mentioned.  This should be interesting.  Well, I'm going to get the book for the cover alone anyway...but of course I want to read it too!  lol

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I think he did have "certain" neurons or something removed so he couldn't feel certain emotions or pleasures or pains... But that's Fett in his thirties. Fett had his family in the late teens/early twenties. Perhaps he had those emotions removed as a way to keep himself from getting into this situation again?

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That's another good point, Smart Alec

Mandalor_the_Smart_Alec wrote:

What if they go on a Star Wars talk show and the DNA test says he's not her father? That'd be nice.

I can just picture that episode of Maury now!!  lol

Hhmmm...as for him possibly not knowing he had a child (as d13 mentioned) ...if he could have been confused with that other guy, yeah I can see that happening.

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That's actually where I got the idea. My mom watches that every day when I'm home for lunch and with the exception of the past 2 days it's been about Who's My Baby's Daddy? So I figured surely the Star Wars version of him (if there is one, God help us all) could figure out the answer to this problem.

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Sadriel_Fett wrote:
Miba wrote:

Oh that's why they have the weird face markings. I never really liked that part of them.

Yeah.  I had always thought that was part of their species characteristics, until I found out that were the same race as Quinlan.  Makes sense now, though.

OMG! Thats cool!!! I love quinLan!!! big_smile..............but I hate Aylin. mad


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I wouldn't mind knowing/learning more about both Ailyn and Quinlan----I know more about Ailyn thus far.

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If you want to learn about one or the other, learn about Quinlan first. He's not only really cool, but there's lots of information on him, and he's deffinately canon without a doubt.

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And Quinlan actually lived through Order 66.  Lucas told the writers of the Star Wars: Republic comic book series that they were not to kill off Quinlan's character.  So, that could possibly mean he may be in the new Star Wars tv series.  He was originally slated to be in the Ep. III movie, but only his name is mentioned.  Maybe this is his way of still getting him in there someway.  I still think from Rick McCallum's discription of the new tv series, that Boba is definitely going to make some cameo's.  Maybe it'll show how Boba meets Sintas Vel?  Since she's the same race as Quinlan, he could be hunting for Jedi's that made it through the purge, and looking for Quinlan on his home planet of Kiffar?  Something to think about.

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Interesting.....yes, I too heard of Boba being part of the tv series.  If the tv series is after ROTS, then he would have already met Sintas Vel right?  Or is the series slated to be during the time between AOTC and ROTS? 

Where is Quinlan's name mentioned in ROTS? I need to go back to catch it.

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LMAO! You guys still think GL is so incredibly stupid that he'd ruin his entire life's work on a stupid tv series?

1. History proves GL can't do tv shows. Holiday Special? Ewoks? (the lifeaction Ewoks I mean, look at it, Ewoks can't speak basic, it's not physically possible for them anymore than it is for Wookiee's. And, unless Wicket and all the other Ewoks packed up and moved clear across the moon, the Rebels in ROTJ would have run into a lot more people than just the Ewoks.)  Even Clone Wars isn't canon cause it contradicts stuff said in the books, and the sad part is that everyone believes the Clone Wars cartoons to be canon cause they haven't read the books, so canon is lost.
2. If Quinlan is in a tv show, he'd be a Mace-type. Powerful, egotistical, god-power, cannot be injured, cannot be hurt, struts around and unleashes almighty words of incredibly lame wit, and etc.
3. We know George hates Boba, so if he made a show about Boba Boba'd probably be the villian, the evil one that comes back in every episode going, "I'll get you Jedis now!" Neverminding that Jedis isn't a word.
4. Sintas wouldn't be in it. And if she was, she'd be Boba's evil henchgirl, and would always be hanging on his arm or something.

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GL doesn't hate Boba, if he hated boba he would have said that he died in the Sarlaac pit, Hahahahahaa he is gone now good ridance.

and also, i think we have strayed from Aylin Vel to Quinlon being in a tv series... (back on track anyone?)

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