I kind of do, the old legends was a mixed bag. The best if it was damn though.Well, it's a cannon, just not the only cannon....
Think of it as a Multi-verse Zard.
I'm not much of an computer/console gamer. So personally my approach to getting a good SW game is to:If you want a good Star Wars game you more or less have to play legends. EA dropped the ball and modders are still supporting old titles. Or redone them in HD.
Ive got my in-laws' netflix password and my sister-in-laws hulu password. We used to pay for Netflix, but we just don't watch enough TV to justify it.As good as it looks, I can't afford to purchase Disney+, or any other streaming service.
It's not something that was done that often in Legends. In the RPGs it was suggested as a way to use ancient Sith in the modern era.I am pretty sure he was the first guy to be frozen in carbonite with the machine Lando had. It didn't sound like it was supposed to be used for that. Wether freezing people in carbonite was never done before I don't know. But I kinda doubt it was something commonly done.
Right there with you.I think this is set after RotJ. Part of me wishes they’d just said it was Boba Fett, escaped from the Sarlacc Pit.
I'll always think of Canderous Ordo when I think of Mandalorians. That guy lived for a good fight.It's not something that was done that often in Legends. In the RPGs it was suggested as a way to use ancient Sith in the modern era.
Morrus in the old legends Fett survived the Sarlacc. In the new stuff they've refused to confirm Fett's dead and his movie probably turned into the Mandalorian show.
Mandalorians haven't changed that much between the old 90s depictions and the new. They could fight Jedi and generally lost to Masters. The only real difference was culture on Mandalore when they were used in The Clone Wars. And they kind if retconned that in Rebels.
They're more or less space Spartans.
It was, at least, established as a workable process, to the extent that Threepio thought he'd be very safe in there, providing he'd survived the initial process.I am pretty sure he was the first guy to be frozen in carbonite with the machine Lando had. It didn't sound like it was supposed to be used for that. Wether freezing people in carbonite was never done before I don't know. But I kinda doubt it was something commonly done.
I'm mixed on this, and thus probably agree with the "part of me" part.I think this is set after RotJ. Part of me wishes they’d just said it was Boba Fett, escaped from the Sarlacc Pit.
Thanks. My point stands, then. Fett would be at least 35 in the Mandalorian, depending upon how long after RotJ it is set (assuming that's when it is set) - making Pascal the right age (he's 44). That could be coincidence, or it could be deliberate.Fett was around 32- 34 in RoTJ. 22 years passed between RotS and RotJ.
I can't quite recall the time between AotC and RotS. A slightly older Fett makes an appearance in The Clone Wars.
See, it just keeps improving the probability.I think I read the Mandalorian is around 6 years after RotJ. It's set after the collapse of central authority.
So I would expect it it to be set closer to RotJ than TFA.
But yeah Fett wouldn't be to ancient.
In the old EU Fett had numerous disguised and sets of Mandalorian armor.
Never really thought about the Mandalorian might be Fett.
I don't expect a Fett appearance/reveal season 1 anyway.
I don't mind speculation.See, it just keeps improving the probability.
If Boba was 32-34 when he "died," and the Mandalorian is set 6 years later, he'd be 38-40. Pascal is 44. Very close.
(I know I'm reaching, but it is fun speculating).