Empire. It started when Vader told him "no disintigrations". I thought: holy S**T, this guys talking to the Sith Lord like THAT? Who is he? How'd he get so darned tough that he needs a warning label? He must be bad, because the Empire, at wits end trying to catch Luke and Han and Leia are going to extremes to bring him in. Now what? That scene was the hook. Then came the line. The scene where the Falcon floats away, and I think, Damn, Han's softening up but he's still clever...and you see this brief flare, and Slave I appears, then you see the pilot. Yep, it's him: the hunter with the mask and the warning label. Wow. I'm liking him more. Then, the sinker. He captures the heroes, proving he is better than the Empire (et al), and, the heros. He is above the petty, better than the best, more clever, more dangerous, a man of force, means, and a devious and brilliant mind. And, behind the menacing mask, a man of mystery. That drives chicks crazy, you know. And then the line: "He's no use to me dead." Wow, pragmatic too. I was a Fett fan ever after.
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