Jango Fett, known as the best bounty hunter in the galaxy met an early demise on Geonosis, when the purple blade of Mace Windu connected, cleaving off the head of Fett.
If he had not been slain in the Geonosis arena in Attack of the Clones, what would have become of Jango Fett?
If Jango somehow avoided death at the hands of the purple lightsaber-wielding Jedi Master Mace Windu, Fett would have cleared out of the arena once the clone troopers arrived, collecting Boba and heading off somewhere safe.
What if… Jango Fett lived?
With death avoided, the bounty hunter known as Jango Fett would do what he does best, bounty hunting. Jango would continue on as he had before; Jango and Boba would hunt bounties together as father and son. The two Fetts would have a target on their backs from the Republic and the Jedi. Father and son would have to lay low during the duration of the clone wars to avoid any Republic entanglements, helping out Dooku and the Separatists as needed. With the end of the war and demise of the Jedi, now the two Fetts could travel more freely throughout the galaxy.
However, Jango Fett would eventually no longer be needed by Darth Sidious/ Emperor Palpatine as a template for the clone troopers, now rebranded and taken over by stormtroopers. As more civilians joined up to serve the Empire and as the years went on, cloning would become obsolete. Some clones would still remain, but the Empire would look to a cheaper alternative to increase troops.
Jango would hold a fragile alliance with the Empire, taking various bounties. As long as Jango Fett was not deemed an enemy of the Empire, the bounty hunter would continue being the best bounty hunter in the galaxy, until Boba could claim the title after Jango had either passed or retired. After all, Jango Fett was just a simple man trying to make his way in the universe.
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