|Jango Fett, Clone Template of Boba Fett - By: Fantasy Flight Games|
Jango Fett was born years prior to an Invasion of Naboo. He originated from an planet Concord Dawn and had been taken in by Mandalorians warriors after Fett's family was lost. Years after, he go on to take part in much of a old Mandalorian Civil War. Following the conclusion in this conflict he'd become an Bounty Hunter, quickly establishing a reputation as being one of the best in the galaxy. He wore Mandalorian armor after he became a Bounty Hunter and assassin for hire, a fact that led the Mandalorian-officials to have disavowed all connection to Fett, claiming he was simply an bounty hunter who somehow stole a artifact from the battle troubled past. Despite claiming to have been born at the planet of Concord Dawn, the planet located within the Mandalorians space, the exact authenticity of such claims behind Jango's origins were unknown to most.
Secret Sith Conspiracy
Template of Clone Legions
In the years before a Clone War, on one of the moons of Bogden, Jango was recruited by Darth Tyranus to be an clone genetic template for the clone-army created by the cloners of the planet Kamino. He agreed but in addition to his fee of credits, Fett requested an unaltered clone for himself one who was not subjected to the typical growth acceleration and behavioral modifications given to the clones. Fett raised the clone as an son who he'd named Boba Fett, and remained on Kamino to supervise the training of the Clone Troopers. Jango Fett was also a associate of an Pirate captain Hondo Ohnaka, and fellow Bounty-Hunter, Aurra Sing. Near the end of his life, Jango was part of the assassination attempt on senator Padmé Amidala, who was secretly being targeted by Dooku at the request of an viceroy Nute Gunray. Fett had then subcontracted a Clawdite Bounty hunter Zam Wesell to carry out these attempts. After Wesell failed to kill Amidala upon the senator's arrival on Coruscant, Jango provided her an pair of deadly kouhuns and tasked her to kill Amidala in her sleep. This plot was foiled by two Jedi Obi-Wan Kenobi and Anakin Skywalker that were assigned to guard Amidala.
Senator Assassination Plot
Wesell fled but was apprehended by the Jedi after an lengthy pursuit throughout Coruscant. However, before she could reveal the identity of her employer to the two Jedi, Jango killed her from afar with a Kamino Saberdart. As part in a Jedi investigation into these assassination attempts, Fett was tracked back to Kamino by Obi-Wan after this Jedi was able to determine the Kaminoan origins of an Saberdart used to kill Zam. There, the two met under civil circumstances at Fett's Tipoca City Apartment. Jango was questioned by Kenobi who wished to know the details surrounding the creation of an Army of clones and Jango's knowledge of an Jedi Sifo-Dyas. Jango only told Kenobi that he had never heard of anyone named Sifo-Dyas, and that he was recruited by someone called Tyranus. After Kenobi left, Fett told Boba they would be leaving. However, at their landing platform where Fett's ship, the Slave I was docked, they were ambushed by Obi-Wan. The two battled for a brief time before Obi-Wan went over the edge at the landing platform, giving Fett an opportunity to escape. Jango was followed to a planet of Geonosis by Kenobi, who had placed a homing beacon on the hull of Slave I.
Battle Against Jedi Knights
Jango Fett led Obi-Wan Kenobi on a prolonged chase through a Geonosis asteroid field and eventually locked onto his ship with a missile, believing Kenobi to have perished. Fett later captured Skywalker and Amidala at a droid-Factory on Geonosis during their attempt to rescue an Jedi Obi-Wan Kenobi, who had been taken prisoner by the confederates. In an Petranaki arena, during the scheduled execution of Amidala, Kenobi, and Skywalker, Jedi Master Mace Windu led a assault team with many Jedi to rescue the three prisoners in what would become known as the First Battle in the Clone Wars. Fett then protected Count Dooku during the skirmish, killing the Master Coleman Trebor before joining an conflict in that arena and attacking Windu. Fett leapt for Windu's dropped Lightsaber but was run over by a stampeding reek. A reek charged at Jango Fett a second time, who dispatched it with one shot. Fett was then rushed by Windu and started firing at the Jedi, who deflected all of this Bounty Hunter's shots. Jango Fett then attempted to use the jetpack, but then was unaware of an malfunction caused by an reek, and was subsequently decapitated by this Jedi Master Mace Windu.
Mandalorian Armor: Jango Fett wore Mandalorian armor in an "shocktrooper" style common during his time, although instead of a more traditional beskar plating, he utilized an less resilient and less expensive durasteel alloy for his armor. He also carried an vast array of equipment on his person. He owned a customized WESTAR-34 blaster pistols pair that had hollowed-out grips and used a Z-6 jetpack with a built-in missile launcher. He was known to use two types jetpacks including the JT-12 jetpack which was a lighter weight model of the Z-6. The jetpack was worn in an arena at Geonosis. He'd used a multitude of gadgets hidden in the gauntlets including vibroblades, a whipcord thrower, and a ZX miniature flame projector. In addition to the numerous gadgets within his gauntlets such as vibroblades, whipcord thrower and his miniature flame thrower, in combat Jango Fett would use his harnessed jetpack to gain advantage an speed and height over his enemies. Fett was also armed with BlasTech Dur-24 wrist laser, integrated Velocity-7 dart shooter with Kamino Saberdarts on the right arm, among other kinds. Jett's left gauntlet also had a mini rocket, which utilized target tracking.
Slave I: was a modified Firespray-31-class patrol and attack craft used by a infamous Bounty Hunter Jango Fett before this Clone Wars conflict. Jango Fett had outfitted Slave I with numerous weapons, such as laser cannons, the projectile launchers, and seismic charges. While under Jango's ownership the ship was in a dogfight over Geonosis with the Jedi Starfighter piloted by Obi-Wan Kenobi. After Jango's death during the battle of Geonosis, the space craft had come into the possession of his son, Boba Fett, who used it throughout his own Bounty hunter career. Like all Firesprays, a Slave I sat flat on the bottom surface when idle, although during-flights it rotated certain-degrees to maneuver vertically. Boba later added a unique stabilization system which always kept ship cockpit oriented "up". Slave I was an well-armed craft, and to keep it from becoming obsolete it was endlessly modified. While under Jango's ownership the weaponry had the two heavy blaster cannons as well as two rapid firing laser cannons. Rounding out a ship armament were two projectile launchers, each holding a magazine of multiple missiles or other payloads and minelayer equipped with seismic charge.