Star Wars: The Book of Boba Fett has already released its first episode on Disney +. The series starring the bounty hunter plots a new adventure that continues his legend. These first 38 minutes of footage have already given an answer to one of the unknowns that presented his return there for the second season of The Mandalorian. How did you survive the Sarlacc attack?
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Next we will reveal sensitive revelations about the first episode. If you have not seen it yet, we recommend that you stop reading from now on.
This is how Boba Fett survived after Return of the Jedi
The Sarlacc, that worm full of teeth and long tentacles, gobbled up Boba Fett during Episode VI: Return of the Jedi. In the movie we all gave him up for dead; few, if not none, have been able to survive such an event. However, fate held a second chance for him.
The creature perished for injuries sustained by the explosion of Jabba’s ship. Boba Fett woke up hours later inside the stomach of the Sarlacc, along with other imperial soldiers who suffered the same fate. For the first few moments he was drowning. He obtained an oxygen reserve from one of the nearby soldiers, allowing him to regain consciousness.
At that moment his escape plan began. He used what was first handy … his flamethrower. Little by little it made its way through her stomach until she was finally able to escape. But how did he lose his armor? The Jawas found his body on the surface of the pit. Such valuable loot, despite the Sarlacc snot on it, was well worth the risk. Boba woke up as it was being removed, but the Jawas were smarter and knocked him unconscious again. Later the green helmet would fall on the head of Cobb Vanth, the marshal of Mos Pelgo.