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Feared for a nasty reputation of digesting its prey for up to one thousand years, this massively huge beast lay nestled deep in the sands of the desert world, Tatooine.

Jabba the Hutt used the Sarlacc that resided in the Great Pit of Carkoon as both a form of entertainment and a way of executing his enemies.

The Sarlacc used by Jabba was thought to be one of the largest of its kind.

One of the Great Pit of Carkoon sarlacc's most well-known victims and also the only one to survive being swallowed by it was the bounty hunter Boba Fett.

Sarlacc's also seem to possess some form of telepathy as a video-recording discovered from Boba Fett's time in the beasts belly showed him reacting to things that weren't there.

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FAQ: Did Boba Fett Die in the Sarlacc or Did Boba Fett Escape From the Sarlacc?

According to George Lucas, which was confirmed in a broadcast interview for MTV in 1997, Boba Fett died in the Sarlacc. At various points in the creative process, he considered Boba Fett escaping, as revealed mostly in the book, "Star Wars: The Annotated Screenplays." In the "A New Hope: Special Edition," he also added the Sarlacc burping when Boba Fett falls.

However, according to officially licensed comic books and novels, which we call the Extended Universe, Boba Fett escaped from the Sarlacc. Here is a record of those stories:

  • In "Dark Empire #3," Boba Fett confronts Han Solo and Princess Leia to say, "The Sarlacc found me somewhat indigestible."
  • In "The Mandalorian Armor," which is the first of the three "The Bounty Hunter Wars" books, we establish Boba Fett has escaped the Sarlacc days after the battle, thanks to Dengar, Neelah, and Kuat of Kuat.

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