Star Wars: Wrath of the Mandalorian

Kelly Dolen[1]


Nathan Cross[1]

  • Nathan Cross[1]
  • Kelly Dolen[1]
Music by

Brian Sadler[1]


July 6, 2008[1]


12 minutes[1]




Post-Revenge of the Sith[1]

Star Wars: Wrath of the Mandalorian is a Star Wars fan film written by Nathan Cross and Kelly Dolen, and directed by Kelly Dolen. It stars David Hankin, Steve Carroll, and David W. Allen, each playing Boba Fett, as well as Chris Brennan as Darth Vader, David Dawkins as Jedi Master Karis, and Georgia Versluys as Padawan Syran, amongst many others. Dolen provides the voice of Boba Fett, and plays Y'lek Nelod.

The film is set in the years following the Clone Wars, as Darth Vader sends Boba Fett to the Wookiee homeworld of Kashyyyk to kill the last of the Jedi. While on the hunt, Fett learns the truth about Darth Vader.

Plot summaryEdit

Darth Vader hires bounty hunter Boba Fett to hunt down a group of five Jedi on Kashyyyk, the Wookiee home planet. Vader promises that this will lead Fett to his revenge on Mace Windu, the Jedi who killed his father during the Battle of Geonosis. Fett easily defeats all the jedi except Karnis, who informs Fett that Windu was killed by Vader himself. Fett kills Karnis after the revelation and takes his lightsaber.

Knowing the truth, Fett arrives on the Death Star to confront Vader. The Dark Lord tells Fett that if Fett knew Mace Windu was truly dead, then Fett would not have helped the Empire hunt down the Jedi. This leads to a lightsaber duel between the two, but Vader defeats Fett. The bounty hunter leaves, saying that his price will be extra if Vader needs him again.

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