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D'HarHan was a half-alien/half-cyborg bounty hunter with a lazer canon in the place of his head, that partnered with Boba in hunting down former padawan Ferus Olin on Bellassa. Olin was one of the founding members of a group formed early on to rebell against the oppression of the Empire. This encounter led to Boba and D'HarHan sharing an encounter with another Jedi, one that Boba held a personal grudge against, [[Obi-wan Kenobi]].
 
D'HarHan was a half-alien/half-cyborg bounty hunter with a lazer canon in the place of his head, that partnered with Boba in hunting down former padawan Ferus Olin on Bellassa. Olin was one of the founding members of a group formed early on to rebell against the oppression of the Empire. This encounter led to Boba and D'HarHan sharing an encounter with another Jedi, one that Boba held a personal grudge against, [[Obi-wan Kenobi]].
  
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=== References ===
  
 
* "Desperate Mission" by Jude Watson
 
* "Desperate Mission" by Jude Watson
 
* "Dark Warning" by Jude Watson
 
* "Dark Warning" by Jude Watson
 
* "The Mandalorian Armor" by K.W. Jeter
 
* "The Mandalorian Armor" by K.W. Jeter

Revision as of 21:36, 10 February 2008

D'HarHan was a half-alien/half-cyborg bounty hunter with a lazer canon in the place of his head, that partnered with Boba in hunting down former padawan Ferus Olin on Bellassa. Olin was one of the founding members of a group formed early on to rebell against the oppression of the Empire. This encounter led to Boba and D'HarHan sharing an encounter with another Jedi, one that Boba held a personal grudge against, Obi-wan Kenobi.

References

  • "Desperate Mission" by Jude Watson
  • "Dark Warning" by Jude Watson
  • "The Mandalorian Armor" by K.W. Jeter

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