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I prefer it this way, but I was interested in other people's thoughts. Original is on the left, modded version on the right.
Ugh... I watched the first episode of Book of Boba Fett and won't watch any more. That soft hearted old grandpa has nothing to do with the Boba Fett we know from the movies. (Also ESB is obviously the best Star Wars movie, but Rogue One is the best after the OT and III)
Without the impetuousness of youth or carrying out an evil person's commands, Boba Fett is just a simple man trying to make his way in the universe.
Well, I don't think Book of Boba Fett Boba has ever disintegrated anyone, so considering we hardly know anything about him, I find it fascinating to see them contradict what little we do know about him. I guess it was the goofy Sail Barge version who survived, not the ruthless bounty hunter from Empire.
In my mind, Boba Fett would rarely take pleasure in executing someone, but he would feel completely cold to someone begging for their life. Some people seem to have a different impression of the character though, perhaps because he was occasionally depicted as being sadistic in the old Expanded Universe.
Having said that, I am hoping to see Boba behaving a little more harshly as the series progresses. On the other hand, being a crime lord has more nuance than being a bounty hunter and simply massacring his enemies at this stage would probably be a poor decision.
In a way, Fett and Solo are like mirror images: Fett's berserk button is drug smugglers and spice in particular because "a man who will run spice will run anything," while Han's berserk button is slavers. Each is capable of brutal, cold-blooded murder with the right provocation, and yet each tries to leave noncombatants out of it unless they *insist* on inserting themselves into the fight because there's no money and lots of extra expense in unnecessary additional kills.
I actually ran out of 1x1 LBG plates and had to get creative!
(If you use gift cards to buy things, you get a separate receipt per giftcard.)
I only got a Dooku, because Christopher Lee.
I'd happily take a pair of TCW era hilts also. And I might have been interested in an Asajj pair as well, but I'd have to see those in person.
Nonetheless, I friggin' hope so. I absolutely love the white blades. Darksaber is a competent tide-over for me. For now.
I'm guessing the now-expensive Inquisitor isn't particularly rare to sustain its value once these new figures hit the market.
(I suppose I'll expect the same with Thrawn in a few months...)