You Shouldn’t Have to Hide – Book of Boba Fett Chapter 2 – MJFO 58

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Book of Boba Fett Chapter 2: The Tribes of Tatooine

Diretor: Steph Green

Writer: Jon Favreau

Original Release Date: January 5, 2022

This analysis will go into full spoilers.Spoiler-full Synopsis: Fett and Shand interrogate the captured assassin who claims to have been hired by Mok Shaiz, the Mayor of Mos Espa. Shaiz denies this but offers payment to Fett for capturing the assassin and suggests that they visit the Sanctuary again. Fwip informs Fett that two of Jabba’s cousins, a pair of Hutts known as “The Twins,” are planning to claim Jabba’s throne for themselves. The Twins arrive with their minion Black Krrsantan and try to intimidate Fett, but he refuses to surrender. Later, Fett gets in his bacta pod again and remembers more of his time with the Tuskens when they taught their style of combat and desert survival skills to him. After the tribe was attacked by a spice train of the Pyke Syndicate, Fett stole some speeders from a nearby gang to defeat the Pykes. He taught the Tuskens how to ride them before leading the tribe in a successful attack to stop the train. Fett warned the surviving Pykes, allowing them to leave alive. To be admitted into the Tusken tribe, Fett was guided by a lizard to obtain a branch, from which he produced his own gaffi stick. The tribe then held a ritualistic ceremony for him.

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Mayor

Twins

Gang and Pykes

Sand Peoples

Boba’s Trip

Ritual Acceptance

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