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I was most upset that we saw the Mythosaur skull symbol and yet no Mandalorians. They lifted my hopes and then cruelly dashed them. My biggest real problem with the movie, however, was that Kylo Ren, who was supposedly trained as a Jedi, was somehow able to be beaten by a girl who had just learned that she was capable of using the Force and who had probably never fought with a light saber before. Seriously. For someone who was supposed to be a big bad he was awfully easy to fight. Even a storm trooper who I can only assume had only been in one real battle before he deserted was able to hold his own for a long time. I do not think that there was any way that the movie could have lived up to my hopes and expectations. But all in all they did rather well. It was a nice reminder of Star Wars: A New Hope.
In that case, yes, I do believe he is just a man trying to make his way in the Universe.
I haven't read that particular book, "Just a Man Trying to make His Way in the Universe". But I think that the books about him in the series "Legacy of the Force" do a good job showing this, as well as the comic series "Blood Ties", and the children's series "Boba Fett". These are just to name a few. Pretty much every book I have read about him confirms that he has a sense of morality and just wants to stay alive and make money.
"Everyone dies. It's the final and only lasting justice. Evil exists; it is intelligence in the service of entropy. When the side of a mountain slides down to kill a village, this is not evil, for evil requires intent. Should a sentient being cause that landslide, there is evil; and requires Justice as a consequence, so that civilization can exist... I bow to no one and I give service only for cause."- Boba Fett, "Tales of the Bounty Hunters"
"It's all the same to me. But what I do care about is staying alive."-Boba Fett, "The Bounty Hunter Wars" This quote doesn't exactly show that he isn't evil. But it does point out that he only cares about staying alive, not killing others for pleasure. There is not one really great quote in the books that I can point to, but the whole series is about paying back debts and holding up ideals. Evil people don't care about others, about debts, or about ideals.
Yes. The Mandalorian Armor series and Tales of the Bounty Hunters do a great job of showing Fett's non evilness.
He is nowhere close to evil. You can see that he is not evil in how he strictly upholds his moral code, no matter how twisted it might be. You don't rebel against the government, you don't kill for fun, you uphold justice.
She is pretty awesome in an unstable sort of way.
I love Star Wars Republic Commando. I am not a big video game person and that is about the only one that I actually enjoy playing.
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It s a shame he died the way he did. I always thought he would die in some amazing way but I'm pretty sure he died when he fell out the window.
It was just retribution, though, for killing Boba Fett's dad. If he hadn't died that way I am sure that some Fett fan would arrange his death in some other fitting manner.
I think a ship sort of like Padme' Amidala's personal transport (the Naboo Royal Cruiser) would be cool. Especially if it was heavily modified with lots of weapons because then it would not only be fast, but deadly as well.
Definitely Boba Fett. Jango isn't all that bad, but the very fact that Boba lived into old age while Jango didn't testifies to Boba's awesomeness.
I would have to say that Harrison Ford was the best, followed by Jeremy Bulloch in a close second.
I would love to see a spin-off on Fett. Perhaps one about Han Solo and Fett. All of that animosity would make it awesome.
I like Dengar best. Not only does he look cool, but he has a pretty neat back story as well.
It mentioned in Karen Travis's book Republic Commando that they like dried fruit.
I smell food, fuel, blood, sweat, metal, and burning stuff.
I like his EE blaster, knee darts, and flamethrower.
A few of them defected and found a way to regain their ability to age normally. Other then that I assume that a majority of them died and the rest began to serve the Empire.
Wrath of the Mandalorian is probably my favorite Boba Fett fan film. I like best the part when he kills the jedi.
Jango is cool in his own right. Not as cool as tons of other Star Wars characters, but still pretty awesome.
A fact that we are most thankful for.
They then migrated to Mandalore, took over, and set up a kingdom of plastic monkeys.
It would be cool to be Ailyn Vel, but she isn't actually a Mandalorian. She forsook her father's ways and became a Kiffoo like her mother. You could always simply be a Mandalorian woman.
Definitely Boba Fett. Jango trained him to be better, and Boba has more experience seeing as he has lived longer then Jango Fett.
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