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"Mandalorian Blueprints" are Back

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Salvaged, much like Boba Fett after Return of the Jedi, according to the Expanded Universe, a once-offline resource is again available for costumers and fans alike.



A Boba Fett fan known only as "Jayse" created a web site entitled The Mandalorian Blueprints. His hard work, including literally blueprints for making a Boba Fett costume, became popular with many around the world who wanted to create their own costume. But like many quality Star Wars web sites, it disappeared and everything was unavailable.

In the same vein of archiving everything Boba Fett from literary sources to video games, The Boba Fett Fan Club brings back to life The Mandalorian Blueprints.

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