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Jango Fett was a human male bounty hunter, widely regarded to be the best in the story would emphasize Boba's and Cad's relation to one another as Cad. Boba Fett is a fictional character and bounty hunter in the Star Wars franchise. In Episode V: Boba helps Jango escape from Obi-Wan Kenobi, but later at the Battle of Geonosis, witnesses Jango's death by Jedi Master Mace Windu. Mar 23, Related Questions (More Answers Below). Who would win in a fight between Jango or Boba Fett and an average Jedi? Views.
Fett agreed and, in addition to his fee of twenty million credits also requested an unaltered clone for himself, one who was not subjected to the typical growth acceleration and behavioral modifications given to the clones.
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Fett raised this clone as his son, whom he named Boba Fett and remained on Kamino to supervise the flash-training of the clone troopers. My client is getting impatient. Zam, there can be no mistakes this time. Fett had subcontracted the Clawdite bounty hunter Zam Wesell to carry out these attempts. After Wesell failed to kill Amidala upon the Senator's arrival to CoruscantFett provided her with a pair of deadly kouhuns and tasked her to kill Amidala in her sleep.
Wesell fled, but was apprehended by the Jedi after a lengthy pursuit throughout Coruscant. However, before she was able to reveal the identity of her employer to the Jedi, Fett, a substantial distance from them, killed her with a Kamino saberdart.
As part of a Jedi investigation into the assassination attempts, Fett was tracked back to Kamino by Kenobi after the Jedi was able to determine the Kaminoan origins of the saberdart used to kill Wesell. There, the two met under civil circumstances at Fett's apartment in Tipoca City. Fett was questioned by Kenobi, who wished to know the details surrounding the creation of the clone army and Fett's knowledge of Jedi Master Sifo-Dyas.
Fett only told Kenobi that he had never heard of anyone named Sifo-Dyas, and that he was recruited by someone called Tyranus. After Kenobi left, Fett told Boba they were leaving.
However, on the landing platform where Fett's shipthe Slave Iwas docked, they were ambushed by Kenobi. The two battled for a short time before Kenobi went over the edge of the landing platform, giving Fett an opportunity to escape. Fett was followed to the planet Geonosis by Kenobi, who had placed a homing beacon on the hull of the Slave I.
The Bounty Hunter Wars trilogy — depicts Fett as being more communicative than in the films because its plot requires Fett to show "an ability to convince people as well as kill them.
Fett would encounter his old nemesis Han Solo in a short story set 15 years after the events of Return of the Jedi,  and fight side-by-side with him in The New Jedi Order: The Unifying Forceset a decade later.
Before the release of the Star Wars prequel trilogy, Daniel Keys Moran developed a backstory for Fett in which he was once named Jaster Mereel,  a "Journeyman Protector" who was convicted of treason.
His backstory was depicted differently in Attack of the Clones, leading to the comic Jango Fett: Open Seasons retconning Mereel to Jango's mentor. The series reveals that Fett became a family man at one point, though he was forcibly separated from his wife after killing his commanding officer for assaulting her.
His wife subsequently disappeared and was presumed dead. Their granddaughter later sought Boba out and married a Mandalorian warrior.
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Boba's wife was discovered to still be alive, having been frozen in carbonite decades earlier. In Aprilthe licensed Star Wars novels, comics and video games were rebranded by Lucasfilm as Legends and declared non-canon to the official film franchise.
The second approach worked and has resonated with some readers. Winzler revealed that Lucas had told him that Fett escaped from the Sarlacc, but this has yet to be demonstrated in the film canon.