Think about it. In TESB he's this ruthless gunslinger with no name and face, who has to actually be reminded by Darth Vader of all people to tone down the violence and not disintegrate Han Solo or his crew. Even in The Mandalorian, he just straight up murders an unarmed and defenseless Bib Fortuna and throws him out of his throne. But in TBOBF he seems to be the most morally upstanding crime lord who ever lived, trying to get the people of Mos Espa to like him rather than fear him and refraining from executing people who wrong him.
(Alright how am I going to make this work...f*ck it I'll just make it that it was Imperial Russia that contracted them since China is a well practically non-entity.)
As the Kom'kr shuttle flew over the frozen land Fix was sitting happy a smile playing on the Zebraks face. She was still replaying the nicely done kill with her latest target. That was 60,000 for that one meanwhile her two fellows had both come back on the ship with nothing to their tallies. Neither Paz nor his son Raz had given the reason for coming back to the ship empty handed. Only simply saying how they had been sent on a wild womprat chase by some spy from another nation having something to do with the ongoing turmoil in the area. Thankfully they had been given rondeau coordinates for information on the big money target as opposed to just the underlings one of which Fix had turned into a corpse thanks to a far-off sniper shot.
Darth Vader did have his own agenda in Empire. He wanted Luke.
Bib used to work for Jabba as his number 2, he wasn't exactly innocent to be fair.
Sounds like they have made Boba into a Star wars version of The Godfather, a figure respected because of what he could do.
If he needed to. Morally ambiguous.
Jabba is dead. Boba's entire thing is that he doesn't want to be the one taking orders anymore and instead wants to give them.
Jabba's empire isn't what it used to be so.. you know. Boba isn't wronging anyone. It's just business.
(That's what I said to you when I became Russia >_<)
Siberia was a hellish wasteland, even more so in the winter.. the humans out here weren't predators, they were prey to the monsters and beasts that lurked and hunted... but once the shuttle landed in the clearing it was designated to for their assignment there was an odd silence.. then there was something large in the treeline, odds are just another monstrosity but then it became fully visible, a 25 ft(7.62 M) human in full armour along with a helm that also seemed to act like a crown, shaped like flame. In its right hand it wielded a great sword, larger than any of the Mandalorians. This.. strange man however didn't grow hostile but instead began walking over, dragging his blade in the snow, it flamed melting the snow around it.
"I am your employer, Emperor Konstantin II Avvakirskij, Heir of the Blood of Avvakir and lord of all Russias. To be frank I am unhappy with your progress."
He then pointed his blade to Fix, barely leaving a gap between it and her, the heat clearly felt.
"Only she has gained her reward, only she has hunted.", he then let his blade hit the ground before pulling it closer to himself.
"Either way... Berry is mine.", he went on to say.
"He is my kill.", once more he reiterated before continuing.
"You will now have a greater task for me to achieve this dream...7,623,410 rubles for each of you.", Constantine then paused looking down at the Mandos.
"There is a facility, an artillery base of sorts near the Lena River.", he then held out a paper with the cords.
"My operation to get Berry is tomorrow. If we use air power he'll know.. will you outsiders do this, destroy the artillery and communications? Oh and one of his top generals, Vladimir Kelianov is there overseeing operations. Kill him how you see fit for a bonus."
If I might, since we are discussing Star Wars, let me say I think episodes 7, 8, and 9 are good, but unnecessary, especially Palpatine coming back in 9.
The franchise should have stopped at 6. Solo was weak, as was Rogue One, though it was better than Solo.
I enjoyed Rogue 1, the most out of the newer movies. I do agree with with the newer ones not being necessary. There's only so many stories they can tell.It would help, if they didn't recycle the "big planet destroyer has to destroyed" every couple of movies or so.
The newer ones also seem to have been done without a grand plan to work with. Then the poor so and so doing the next movie has had to try and sort things out.