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Commissar_Delta Jun 28 2013, 11:34am says:

Jango fett did not really have any experience in killing or capturing Jedi. During the Mandalorian Civil War (which for all i know has probably been reticonned by now thanks to TCW)Jango was the protege of Jaster Meeril, the current Mandalore, and the whole war pitted the True Mandalorains and the Mandalorian Deathwatch (lead by Tor Vizsla who is supposedly supposedly Pre Vizsla's father). After Jaster was killed, Jango became the new Mandalore and the Governor of a planet called Galidraan told Jango that if he took out a band of "rebels" on his planet that he would reveal the location of the Deathwatch HQ to him. It turns out that the whole thing was a deathwatch trap and when Jango's True Mandalorains slaughtered the "rebeles" the Governor of Galidraan called the republic for help saying that the True Mandalorians slaughtered innocents. The republic quickly sent in a Jedi Taskforce lead by Dooku and his Padwan Komari Vosa. what you see there in the far left panel of the comic is Dooku charging Jango and although he did his best to defend himself, Jango was ultimately captured an interrogated by Dooku. After Jango was captured and the rest of the True Mandalorians slaghtered, the Deathwatch then took over Mandalore (yet another conficting source with TCW)

* WARNING STAR WARS:BOUNTY HUNTER SPOILER STARTS HERE* so no, Jango didnt kill any jedi. Except when Dooku hired him to hunt down his former padawan, Komari Vosa, even then he didnt really "kill" Vosa, Dooku more or less did. *STAR WARS: BOUNTY HUNTER SPOILER ENDS HERE*

now for your Boba Fett question: yes Boba Fett is a clone, however unlike the Clone Troopers, he has no genetic modifications or growth acceleration. so he's capable of free thought but the clone troopers are not (with the exception of ARCs, Commanders, and Commandos)

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I merely upload new images, someone else prepares all files.

I assume Jango was able to eliminate inexperienced and overconfident Jedi, so my question is, how many Jedi did he manage to overpower or kill?

Next question, Jango's son is a clone, right?

(maybe my questions are a bit boring, but I'd like to learn something new) :)

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