The Book of Boba Fett Episode 2 saw the tension on Tattooine grow thicker, as various factions of Star Wars Underworld react to Boba Fett and Fennec Shand's new claim on Jabba The Hutt's Empire. Boba was greeted by some new foes (The Hutt Twins) who came to lay their own claim to Jabba's thorne. The Hutt Twins came with some serious muscle in tow – their own black-furred Wookiee "gladiator" (as Boba Fett refers to him), and it is indeed a milestone moment in Star Wars.
Who is that black Wookiee in The Book of Boba Fett Episode 2? He has a name, and it is Black Krrsantan!
Krrsantan is a disgraced Wookiee who fled his home planet of Kashyyyk; his violent ways led him to volunteer for cybernetic enhancement and brutal training as a "gladiator" fighter by the infamous Xonti Brothers. After surviving his training, Krrsantan became one of the galaxy's most feared and infamous bounty hunters, often working alongside (or against) Jabba the Hutt, Han Solo, and Boba Fett.
Agreed, I'd say it was even better.I really liked this episode, it's up there with the Mandalorian best ones.
Yeah, they are and I doubt they will ever appear in any other TV serving platform. You can get them on hard medium in form of DVDs and BRs. I rather pay for it than pay for AMZ for their Prime TV which I never watch.This does sound interesting. I take it these and the Mandalorian are exclusively on the Disney Channel?
The only thing that reaches the original trilogy is Obi-wan's limited series. It goes all the way back to the old Republic days as far as I understand ... probably in his flash-backs. This era that they're currently exploring is more understood than what happened before. The upcoming Ashoka live action series with Grand Admiral Thrawn might also talk about things, but we'll have to see and be happy with what we got now.I wonder whether Disney has any plans for stories set within the Prequel era or whether they'll retcon them altogether.
As slow-moving as they are and with so many ravenous monsters lurking beneath the Tatooine sands, I would expect Banthas to at least be on the planetary endangered species list. They do, however, seem to provide excellent cover at the earliest moment of a firefight.Indeed, so many of them have fallen, but we also saw a heard of them.
It reminded me so much about the westerns, people shooting buffalos from a train, indians on the plains and how the new comers were mistreating them. It's all in this episode.As slow-moving as they are and with so many ravenous monsters lurking beneath the Tatooine sands, I would expect Banthas to at least be on the planetary endangered species list. They do, however, seem to provide excellent cover at the earliest moment of a firefight.
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