10 Book Of Boba Fett Characters Who Vanished In The Mandalorian

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The Star Wars universe expanded once again with the short but fascinating The Book of Boba Fett, which has ties to the even more popular series The Mandalorian. Both shows feature tough, helmeted Mandalorian-style heroes on all-new adventures, and Boba Fett and Din Djarin have both appeared in each other’s shows.

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A handful of characters introduced in The Mandalorian starred in Book, most of all Boba Fett himself and his ally Fennec Shand, but it rarely goes both ways. Very few of the characters who were introduced in The Book of Boba Fett appeared in The Mandalorian‘s third season, and for various reasons, most of them will definitely never appear in The Mandalorian for any reason, though others do stand a chance.



10 Boba Fett

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The protagonist himself, Boba Fett, appeared in earlier seasons of The Mandalorian but did not return for Season 3 of that show. He has his own business on the desert world Tatooine, and Boba would be highly reluctant to leave his turf to join Din on adventures elsewhere.

Boba Fett developed much stronger ties to Tatooine, most of all Mos Espa, in Book. He assassinated Bib Fortuna and became the new daimyo, or local leader, and got to work consolidating his power and building up his new reputation in the post-Jabba era.

9 Fennec Shand

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The sharpshooter rogue Fennec Shand made her live-action debut in The Mandalorian as Din’s enemy, and she was even left to die until Boba Fett found and rescued her. Now Fennec is Boba’s right-hand woman, and she is pretty street-wise with Tatooine’s way of life, too.

Fennec has every reason to stay on Tatooine and help support Boba’s relatively benevolent new kingdom, and she’s doing a fine job of it, too. She has no further business with Din Djarin or Bo-Katan Kryze, and she now knows better than to mess with Mandalorians like them anyway.

8 The Twi’lek Majordomo

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The Twi’lek majordomo played a minor supporting role in The Book of Boba Fett, and at first, he was subtly hostile to Boba Fett and Fennec Shand. The majordomo was more loyal to the mayor, Mok Shaiz, though the majordomo eventually learned to take Boba’s side during a fight.

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The majordomo fought with his words, though it rarely worked. He even attempted diplomacy to keep the peace in Mos Espa’s streets, only for a firefight to break out. This character has only a small role to play in Book, making it less likely that he will appear in The Mandalorian, too.

7 Jabba The Hutt’s Twin Cousins

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The villainous Jabba the Hutt was already dead by the time The Mandalorian and The Book of Boba Fett started, but other members of his family were still around. At one point, Boba met two of Jabba’s cousins, who were twin brother and sister.

The Hutt twins were hostile to Boba, but Jabba dealt with them and became Mos Espa’s uncontested daimyo. The Hutt twins have since vanished, having not appeared in The Mandalorian Season 3 and being highly unlikely to appear anywhere else, either.

6 Krrsantan

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Chewbacca was once introduced as a loyal and friendly Wookiee friend for Han Solo, but not all Wookiees are like that, least of all Krrsantan. In The Book of Boba Fett, Krrsantan was brought onstage as a brutal warrior, including brass knuckles, and he took on Boba Fett for the twins’ sake.

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Boba Fett showed mercy and defeated Krrsantan without killing him, and then Krrsantan opted to fight for Boba Fett from that point on. This Wookiee seems unlikely to leave Tatooine anytime soon and has no obvious business elsewhere, so he failed to appear in The Mandalorian‘s third season.

5 The Rancor Trainer

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In the original trilogy, the rancor’s tamer only appeared briefly when he wept for his slain pet, but in The Book of Boba Fett, a new rancor trainer appeared, played by famed actor Danny Trejo. This rancor trainer helped Boba understand that rancors are animals with feelings and needs, not just monsters.

The rancor trainer even helped a new rancor get an imprint of Boba Fett, ensuring that the beast would be loyal to Boba and recognize him as a parental figure. The trainer didn’t appear in The Mandalorian, though, since there was no real need for a rancor trainer in that story.

4 Cad Bane

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Since Cad Bane got himself killed in The Book of Boba Fett, there was no chance of him returning in The Mandalorian‘s third season. Besides, Boba Fett and Bo-Katan already have their hands full with Moff Gideon, leaving no room for Cad Bane.

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Cad Bane was an antagonist in Book, and he nearly got the best of Boba Fett when they fought. In the end, though, Cad Bane went down, so that is one less alien gunslinger for the antiheroes Boba Fett and Fennec Shand to worry about in their new kingdom.

3 Dokk Strassi

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Dokk Strassi was a Trandoshan alien who led his own organization, the Trandoshan family, on Tatooine. He outwardly supported and respected Boba Fett, only to turn on Boba and side with the Pyke Syndicate instead, proving Dokk’s hostility to Boba.

The Pyke Syndicate made a serious effort to oust Boba, but then Boba, Fennec, and the others defeated them. Then, Fennec personally assassinated Dokka and the Pyke Syndicate’s other allies, ensuring that Dokk would never appear in The Mandalorian‘s third season.

2 Mayor Mok Shaiz

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Mayor Mok Shaiz was an Ithorian alien who officially ruled Mos Espa, and like Dokki and several other Book characters, Mok outwardly supported and welcomed Boba Fett while secretly plotting Boba’s downfall. Mok Shaiz even sent assassins after Boba, and later sided with the Pyke Syndicate.

These actions cost Mok Shaiz his life because Fennec Shand found him and killed him in retaliation. That made Mok one of many Book characters who couldn’t appear in The Mandalorian simply because he had been written out of the franchise entirely.

1 Luke Skywalker

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Luke Skywalker himself appeared in the Season 2 finale of The Mandalorian, offering to train Grogu in the ways of the Force. Then, in The Book of Boba Fett, viewers got to see Grogu’s training firsthand, which set up Grogu as a much stronger Force user in The Mandalorian Season 3.

It was exciting to see Luke and Ahsoka Tano in Book like that, but it didn’t last. Luke soon vanished from the show once Grogu’s training arc ended, and Luke did not appear in The Mandalorian‘s third season, probably because Grogu didn’t need any more training for the time being.

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