Quasar wrote: Dashell wrote:
Steven J wrote:
If I point out that Boba Fett, in The Empire Strikes Back, was not motivated by revenge against the Skywalker family, but only by money, but that in Revenge of the Sith (written after but supposedly set before Empire) he is given such a motive, I am not "defending Boba Fett;" I am pointing out that George Lucas changed his mind about the character as the Star Wars saga was written. How much more can characters be re-imagined and retconned over the course of a thousand years and several writers.
Doesn't anyone note that Boba Fett was not in "The Revenge of the Sith"; but, in "The Attack of the Clones"? Or that his revenge would have been against Mace Windu rather than Anakim Skywalker?
How dare you! George Lucas is infallible and absolute. Fett's revenge was clearly against the Jedi in general and Lucas planned it that way from the very beginning. How does Midichlorians to Man evolution explain that? How do you account for the absolute unchanging laws of The Force in your worldview?
I find your lack of faith disturbing.
By the way, I am geek enough to watch the Star Wars Clone Wars animated series. It had Boba going after Mace Windu and not jedi in general.
By the way, only the Sith deal in absolutes. You are only a master of evil now.