Werda Verd wrote: Mandalore Hunter wrote:
I don't really believe that. I know the story, but real Fett fans know that he doesn't allow emotional attachments. Not to say you aren't a true Fett fan.
Ah, but You've got to understand. Boba was only 16 when he got married. Still quite young, and without anyone in the world. Naturally, especially after his father had died, he'd want someone to love. And the whole lack of emotional attachments came later, I believe.
Yes this is what i believe as well. This also plays into the young Boba Fett series. He is not emotionally detached instantly. One is not usually born ( or in Boba's case cloned) to have no emotions. I feel like the detachment was developed and learned as a survival mechanism, to protect himself and those he did care for, from the rigors of bounty hunting. And just because he got married, does not always mean that there are emotions involved.
And as for Mandalore Hunter's comments (i still can't figure out how to double quote ) I think that it is fully plauseable to detached emotionaly during the events of the movies, as that was Boba working. And at that later point in his life, that may have been his position at the time. Since we seem to go through stages and phases in our lives it make sense that Fett would as well. He could have gone through his "emotional" stage when he was younger, thus getting married. But then going through a portion of his life where he is stoic cold and fairly emotionless.
I hope i didn't repeat myself too much or anything.
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