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No Disintegrations, Please
Attribution
Author(s)

Paul Danner

Publication information
Publisher

West End Games

Release date

August 1997

Published in

Star Wars Adventure Journal 12

Reprinted in

Tales of the New Republic

Chronology
Era

Rebellion era

Series

Star Wars Adventure Journal

No Disintegrations, Please is a short story written by Paul Danner that was originally published in Star Wars Adventure Journal 14 by West End Games in August 1997. It was later reprinted in the short story anthology Tales from the New Republic published by Bantam Spectra in December 1999. In it, Boba Fett takes on an entire Imperial garrison. The story is notable for its expansion of Fett's abilities, tactics, and character. It makes him far more morally ambivalent than the clear-cut "bad guy" character he was used as in Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back.

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Plot summary

In the story, Boba Fett finds an old mark. At the same time, the man is telling the story of his adventures with Boba Fett to a group of young children.

Behind the scenes

  • The title for this story was likely inspired by Darth Vader's famous line to Boba Fett in The Empire Strikes Back.

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