The Book of Boba Fett Episode 3 Release Date, Spoilers and Episode 2 Ending Explained
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The Book of Boba Fett Episode 3 is due next week. The show got a good start as it adds more to the story of Star Wars. The fans and viewers are thrilled with what lies ahead.
The Book of Boba Fett is a sequel to ‘The Mandalorian‘. This show’s timeline is between the original trilogy and the sequel trilogy. It shows the legendary character as he transforms from a notorious bounty hunter to the Daimyo of Tatooine’s criminal world.
In The Book of Boba Fett, Episode 2, ‘The Tribes of Tatooine’, Boba Fett and Fennec Shand are seen taking steps to get their control back in the criminal underworld Tattoine.
They were attacked while on the streets of Mos Espa. Fennec was seen to exempt one of the assassins, and she then continued to interrogate him.
In the perspective of time, when Boba was still bacta-induced, he got along with the Tusken Raider tribe that he saved from a giant monster.
He had led them in an attack of a train of the Pyke Syndicate that was seen to first appear in Solo and The Clone Wards.
Ultimately, Boba had let go of the Pykes and would start paying a toll on the Tuskens as they crossed the Tusken territory.
This technique proves to be very helpful for Boba as it drove the criminal groups that passed through Tusken Raiders away from the place.
The Raiders considered Boba their own and gave him a Tusken melee weapon. Along with that, they were seen gifting Boba with Black robes, the same ones he wore at the time he arrived in The Mandalorian season 2.
The Book of Boba Fett Episode 3 Release Date and Time
The Book of Boba Fett Episode 3 will arrive on January 11, 2022 (Wednesday), at 3 AM only on Disney+. This season has a total of seven episodes.
The series is off to a great start. We have to wait for what is in store for us in The Book of Boba Fett. There is hardly any doubt that the show is filled with excellent Easter eggs that have always thrilled Star Wars fans in its premiere episode alone.
So it is no surprise there are more giant Easter eggs in Episode 2 as we finally get to visit a location made famous by A New Hope.
Where can we watch The Book of Boba Fett Episode 3?
In the context of Lucasfilm under Disney, The Book of Boba Fett exclusively streams online on Disney+.
Head over to this streaming platform to catch the latest episodes with no additional cost to the monthly subscription for a price of $7.99 a month or $79.99 a year.
A quick recap of The Book of Boba Fett Episode 2
In the flashback sequence of The Book of Boba Fett Episode 2, Fett decided to help the Tusken Raiders.
They had saved him by getting rid of an obscure train that was bothering their tribe frequently. For this reason, the former bounty hunter acquired some speeder bikes from a group of thugs terrifying the locals in the Tosche Station.
This is the same Tosche Station that Luke Skywalker had talked about in A New Hope, but now it seemed a little different.
When the location was shown again, it had already turned into a bar where gangs hang out to harass or pester people.
There was nothing new or improved in the Tosche Station power converters. Camie and Fixer, Luke’s old friends from the Anchorhead, were harassed by the thugs. It has been found that the place might have changed, but the same people still came.
Tosche Station was supposed to be featured in A New Hope, but the scene was removed from the theatrical cut. The same issue could be raised about Camie and Fixer, who appeared in a deleted scene that also showcased Luke with Biggs Darklighter.
It led to the Tosche Station being part of what appeared to be like a throwaway line in Episode 4. It is now that we get to see why Luke was so eager to go there. Finally!
The Book of Boba Fett Episode 2 ending explained: Significance of Boba’s Vision?
While living among the Tusken Raiders or Sand People, Boba learned their way of living and how to fight with their staves- the “Gaderffii.” One day, he witnessed the Tuskens being fired upon from a train. This incident killed many of them.
He decided to do something. He forcefully took several speeder bikes and taught the Tuskens how to ride them. With their help, he stopped the train and forced the Pykes, who were running the train, making a deal with the Tuskens.
The Tusken chief then offered him a gift. He seemed to blow Spice on Boba’s face and got a tiny lizard to crawl into the former bounty hunter’s brain.
Boba started to have a clear vision, in which he was walking towards a tree surrounded by an ocean. There was a contact to Tatooine’s past when it was still an ocean planet.
It was shown that he also saw Planet Kamino inhis father’s helmet, right after Mace Windu killed Jango Fett and his struggles inside the Sarlacc’s stomach. As the vision begins to swamp him, he breaks off one of the tree’s branches.
The following day when he returned, he was offered new clothes and was shown how to make his own Gaderffii out of the wood he brought back.
It seemed like this was a rite of passage for the Tusken people. The episode ends with Boba dancing with them around the fire, being accepted as one of them.
The Book of Boba Fett Episode 2 ending explained: Who Are the Pykes?
The aliens in the train were the Pykes. They were a sentient humanoid alien race that landed from Oba Diah. They are distinguished by their large heads and strikingly mismatched faces.
The Pykes play an important role in the ‘Star Wars’ universe. A group of Pykes ran the Pyke Syndicate, which brought the narcotic element known as Spice from the mines of planet Kessel and supplied it across the galaxy. After recognizing them for who they are, Boba immediately realizes what cargo they are carrying.
Spice was one of the most desired substances in the galaxy, and the Syndicate was trying to remove any possible threat to their cargo as they travelled through the desert. This was the reason why they attacked the Tuskens.
Boba forced the Syndicate to make a deal with the Tuskens. Henceforth, the Tuskens would receive payment whenever the Syndicate would use their corner of the desert to travel.
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