Were they are duplicated and sold as a child's game.

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(3 replies, posted in Creative)

Looks awesome. I think that a customizing business is a good idea.

You're welcome.

It says that Boba Fett mentioned a partnership as a bribe for his life. It figures that since Dengar was trying to get out of the business he took Fett's bribe as the best way out. Boba Fett's death could not have influenced him finacially since he he was no longer hunting, Fett's future involvement wouldn't affect his finances. Being with Manaroo probably had a lot to do with it as well.

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(129 replies, posted in Creative)

Here is a poem I wrote when I should have been doing school. I would like to hear your thoughts on it.

The mighty hunter stalks his prey morning, noon, and night.
A fearsome animal he is hunting in the cold day light.
Not a mighty beast is it, but one that is small and frail.
Though weak his prey may be, it is dangerous still.
For are humans not the more dangerous one,
Of all the beasts of the field?

What evil person is this,
That like animals he hunts man-kind?

Evil he is not.
Simply the way for another's will.
And though his face you cannot see,
The T-slit where it should be
Gives all the brave hearts chills.

He has caught his prey, as the cold day turns to frosty night
The captured man is soon forgotten
By all he ever knew.
Only sight of Boba Fett's helmet
Sparks his sad memory anew.

Whatever pays more.

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(11 replies, posted in General)

This one is my favorite today. I love almost all of them, though.


"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 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.
"There is no greater good than Justice; and only if law serves Justice is it a good law. It is said correctly that law exists not for the Just but for the unjust, for the Just carry the law in their hearts, and do not need to call it from afar.
"I bow to no one and give service only for cause."

Boba Fett: "Medrit, I want to send Han Solo a gift."
    Medrit: "Nice carbonite table?"
    Boba Fett: "Proper beskar crushgaunts, so he can throttle the life out of his vermin spawn. And maybe a couple of armor plates and a small blade." 
    Medrit: "Gift wrapped, signed, Please kill your son before we have to?"               I love this one. It is so funny.

As Yoda said. "The Dark Side clouds everything." Still, the Jedi are not as powerful as they make themselves out to be.

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(9 replies, posted in Creative)

Very awesome!!!

was angered at being crashed into and led a revolt of monkeys.

at the avengers

...a plague that affects only man-eating killer pop-corns swept through the universe.

They do that to "accomodate" kids who know nothing about Boba Fett. It is just so it will sell better. I say that if it isn't accurate don't sell it. I vehemently dislike inaccuracy in merchendise.

I strongly dislike even the thought of what they did to the Mandalorian culture. They are warriors, not pacifists!

Boba Fett really doesn't reflect me. He more reflects how I would like to be.

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(60 replies, posted in Fans)

Reading, daydreaming, cooking, playing on the computer, doing math, pretending. I also love spending time with my awesome older sister and writing books. (Not that I have ever finished any):)

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(634 replies, posted in Fans)

I go to an independant Bible church every Sunday I am not sick. My dad is the pastor there, which I think is totally awesome! I am a Bible believing Christian but that doesn't mean that I only fast and pray. I love action movies and Boba Fett! I would like to thank Karson Fett for making this post.

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(73 replies, posted in Fans)

I'm probably a lot like a mix between Greedo, Padme' and Mirta Gev. Bad, huh? But whenever I take the "which character are you" test I get Boba Fett. Probably because those tests are really easy to cheat on and get which character you want.

Ariana wrote:

I have to join in here as I have a HUGE thing for Boba. I mean, if he came to my door saying he had a bounty on me, I'd just let him take me wink
I think it started because of the armor. I mean, the man is such a mystery. I wondered what he would look like without all that armor! Then I started reading the KW Jeter books, and I have to agree with fairyblood; his personality is so intriguing. He is so smart and cunning, planning ahead, and there were so many times I thought he was totally screwed, and then found out he was way cooler/smarter than I thought! When I started reading the Legacy series, I liked him even more because of how Karen Traviss wrote his character. He was so worried about Mirta and Sintas. It was touching.
I think the other thing is that he's so manly and brave. And in Invincible, Jana Solo describes him as smelling like jet pack fuel. I can't resist a man who smells like that!
Okay, so yeah, I have now embarrassed myself being a total nerd/fangirl.

Hey, al lot of us are nerd/fangirls here and have that excact same opinion. I mean, who can reject a guy who smells like jetpack fuel. smile

It was the armor and that he was so enigmatic. His voice had a large part in it too. What probably really make me like him was his scream when he fell into the sarlacc pit. Don't know why. As a female, I have always like the bad boy image. Especially Fett since he has Morals. I have always wanted a large bounty posted on my head so Fett would take me and I could, I don't know, possibly see into his dark past. ha ha! I've always wanted to write a newspaper article about him. That would give me awesome material.

I have never met any actual Fett fans before coming to this website. All of them are either wannabes or completely obliviouse to Star Wars in general. 0_0

My favorite scene is in ESB when Boba and Bossk and Dengar and all those guys are lined up and Darth Vader says, "No disenegrations."
My least favorite is when he flirts with Jabba's dancing girl.

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(41 replies, posted in Serious Geeking)

It does say in a book about Boba's early life that Jango was the one who tought him the code. Boba probably modified to fit his own standards.

I think that if they wheren't so hypocritical they never would have gotten themselves into that mess. It also could have been avoided if more of them treated the clones like humans.