926

(9 replies, posted in General)

If it's any consolation to you Hauller I think Boba Fett is cool also. As long it's not offensive I have no problem with what kind of thread you start. By the way, welcome to the Boba Fett Fan Club!

927

(4 replies, posted in Role Playing)

Thanks Maltese for answering that question for awhile there I thought RPG was some kind of weapon!

I liked the idea of Boba being an unaltered clone. It was fascinating seeing Boba as a kid and getting some background on what his life was like. I prefer it over the original story of him being an ex-journeyman protector. I was even more pleased to find out from the books he differs from Jango in some ways.

929

(288 replies, posted in Bounty Hunters)

Probably Boba, Jango we don't get much information on. Boba is the more mysterious one.

930

(6 replies, posted in General)

Awesome!!  What I woiuldn't give to have that opportunity to be photographed with
Boba Fett. But then again, I am not a model and probably wouldn't look as good as you. How was the convention?

















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931

(26 replies, posted in Fans)

Wow! That is a tricky one. I'd say I started out ESB where Boba Fett first appears then had a relapse with Attack of The Clones. Currently leaning towards attack of the clones.

I spent most of Staw Wars III wondering what was happening to Boba Fett while all this was going on.

Fascinating what you did combining Ninjas and Boba Fett! I like martial arts myself. Write on to part 2.

934

(65 replies, posted in General)

I'll go with the laser cannon he has aboard Slave I. I saw him use it as a kid in Star Wars II.

In what books or novels does he use Slaves II,III, and IV? I have just started reading Bloodlines where he is 71 years old and it says he is flying the Slave I. Did Karen Traviss make a mistake?

936

(27 replies, posted in General)

I have all 3 bounty hunter wars books, Death Lies & Treachery, Enemy of the Empire, the six books on Boba Fett's childhood, and Bloodlines. With Jango I have Jango and Open Seasons. I am also relieved he survived the Sarlacc.

937

(111 replies, posted in General)

While I don't really hate Jar Jar I don't see where he added that much to the episodes he was in. Another Gungan would've done just great. He struck me more as tedious and boring after certain point. I guess this attempt at comedy failed.
Chewie, however, has always had a place in my heart. Ever since, I first saw "A New Hope" back in 1977, I have had a hopeless devotion to Chewie. Not that he's as fascinating as Boba Fett though.

938

(175 replies, posted in Fans)

I guess everyone can see how old I am! I am considering getting that DVD myself.
I rented it last summer and am glad I did.

939

(175 replies, posted in Fans)

Kandosi Mando Verd wrote:

My Fettish Started when I got Episode II...and it all started from there.

Did you mean Empire Strikes Back or Attack of the Clones?

940

(102 replies, posted in Fans)

I picked Sharra because it sounded kinda sci-fi. The character Sharra Fett is the product of my own imagination. She would be a second or third cousin to Boba if any fiction were created about her. This is as far as I care to "out" her for now.

941

(175 replies, posted in Fans)

I have been a Boba Fett fan since 1980 when ESB came out. I also remember him when I was in grade from the "Star Wars Holiday Special". I even made a t-shirt with Boba Fett on it in industrial arts. My classmates teased me about it so I went into the closet until now.

When Star Wars II came out I had a relapse and was delighted to find out about this site which I have been visiting for the last three months.