Star Wars Makes A Change To Jabba’s Rancor Pit After Return Of The Jedi

Star Wars Makes A Change To Jabba's Rancor Pit After Return Of The Jedi

Star Wars Makes A Change To Jabba’s Rancor Pit After Return Of The Jedi

The Book of Boba Fett shows a subtle but deliberate alteration to Jabba’s rancor pit. Since Star Wars: Return of the Jedi saw the death trap in action. Visitors will soon discover what horrors lay ahead if they displease the mighty Hutt. It raises questions about how Lord Fett will approach this job. Boba Fett, a former bounty hunter, is now in the role. Boba Fett will either echo his predecessor’s cold and sadistic actions or champion a new way of ruling the huge palace that sits ominously within the Dune Sea.

In the scene in which Jabba sent Luke Skywalker to the rancor pit and the Twi’lek dancer Oola earlier in the movie, the Hutt violently smashed something beside him. This created a spectacle that eventually led to the floor opening up to swallow the Jedi and causing his terrible fate. In The Book of Boba Fettseason 1 episode 2, Fett sends an assistant into the pit to get more information. Fennec Shand is Fett’s accomplice. He opens the rancor pit by pressing the button Boba Fett now inconspicuously places within a small statue on his throne.

The Hutts love to put together a show to demonstrate their power over the masses. But as the successor to Jabba’s throne, Boba Fett will be approaching the position differently. Jabba enjoys his display of force in the rancor pit scene. Boba Fett was a bounty hunter, but he has taken other steps to show a more rational and restrained approach to his current situation. The way that both rulers opened the rancor pit reveals a stark difference in their leadership styles.

Jabba has done other dramatic, large-scale actions to attract attention and put others on edge. Jabba is the one who oversees the pod race in Star Wars. He can be seen eating a variety of creatures as a snack and then spitting it out at his gong to announce the start of the race. This is a small detail, but it reminds his vulgar attitude to his role. It also echoes his openly threatening gesture to open his rancor pit.

Boba Fett, however, decides to use a subtler tack. Fennec Shand, who presses the button to open the rancor pit, now has it in a statue. Boba Fett hasn’t even replaced the rancor Luke Skywalker who was slain in his pit bout. He leaves the space empty. Fett has shown mercy in many other ways. Boba Fett, for example, let the train gang go instead of killing them.

Boba Fett is still a tough bounty hunter in The Book of Boba Fett. However, he knows when and how to negotiate. It will be a refreshing change for those who were used to the rude and sexist treatment Jabba received on the job. Lord Fett will hopefully be able to keep order in his court and prove that he is a different ruler than his predecessor.

 

 

 

 

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