What If…Samus Aran and Boba Fett switched universes?

What If...Samus Aran and Boba Fett switched universes

Note: Imagery was used as one possible scenario…
Would Samus be the most notorious bounty hunter in the Star Wars Universe?
How would Fett handle the Metroids?
Would Samus work for the Rebels?
How would Fett deal with the phazon incident?
What other storylines would this impact?

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57 Comments on "What If…Samus Aran and Boba Fett switched universes?"

  1. Thepocalypse April 4, 2009 at 6:41 am -      #1

    I’m not sure Fett would survive very long. A lot of Samus’ missions have been completed only due to specific abilities that only her Chozo armor has.
    I think Samus would be an amazing bounty hunter, but her sense of justice and duty would probably bring her to join the Rebellion or a benevolent Imperial chapter.

  2. Scenario April 4, 2009 at 9:10 am -      #2

    Fett would reach the morph ball tunnel and not be able to get any farther. Samus would kill everything in her way.

  3. Matapiojo April 4, 2009 at 9:38 am -      #3

    “Fett would reach the morph ball tunnel and not be able to get any farther. Samus would kill everything in her way.”

    That is hardly a point of argument as the Morph Ball is mainly a game mechanic.

    That said, I do recognize that there are other elements in MetroidU for which Samus’ armor is better equipped than the Mandalorin has access to. However, you must keep in mind that Fett is one of the most resourceful individuals in any universe. These environmental obstacles would probably be no more than a nuisance.

    In all honesty, I don’t think the outcome of the Metroid switch would be too different.

    Samus in SW would, though. I think that she would find a different regular employer with the rebelion rather than the scum Fett is used to deal with. Even then, I’m not so sure she wouldn’t accept gigs from the Empire.

  4. JoshMcFace April 4, 2009 at 12:36 pm -      #4

    Fett would struggle against the Phazon threat, as he would most likely be incompatible with the PED suit (as well as other needed mechanics), making him useless against the Phazon-enhanced beings of MP3.
    He has a good chance against the enemies of the older games and would be of equal threat to Ridley, Kraid, Phantoom, Crocomire and the rest. Like Thepocalypse said, his biggest problem would be his lack of Chozo armour and the upgrades that it carries.
    The main difference between Samus and Fett in the SW universe would be the nature of their missions. Samus was raised to protect the galaxy and always excepts the most effective mission she can to do so, rather than the hunting missions of Fett. She would most likely reject offers from the Empire, just like she rejected a place in the Space Pirate command from Mother Brain. Samus may even see the similarities between the two forces (even those between the Emperor and Mother Brain) and feel compelled to take the Empire down. Not knowing much about SW, I don’t know who would offer her that mission aside from the rebels.

  5. Who? April 4, 2009 at 12:55 pm -      #5

    Thanks very much Admin!

    PED suit Fett… Awsome!

    Samus as the Mandalore queen… Even more awsome!

    Anyway, Samus could most definetly become the most notorious bouny hunter the SW galaxy, but she wouldn’t. With her better sense of right and wrong, I can see Samus becoming one of the greatest ever known. Of course I agree on the fact she probaly wouldn’t work with some of the scum Fett is used to, but that means some of the most dangerous missions that would give her Fett’s fame and wealth are out of the picture. Than again, working for the rebels, might prevoke that Vader battle…

    I think Fett could handle the hemorroids ‘ahem,’ metroids pretty well. It depends on blastech having effect on parasites of pure energy. Though, Fett’s arsenal is similar to Samus,’ or chronologicly Samus’ weapons are similar to Fett’s, So I don’t doubt Fett’s modified arsenal could do the trick, even to the bigger dad-e-os.
    Well, Metroid Prime might be an issue…

    PED SUIT FETT!!!!!!!!! ‘Ahem,’ excuse me.

    “I’m not sure Fett would survive very long. A lot of Samus’ missions have been completed only due to specific abilities that only her Chozo armor has.”

    How very true, to some degree anyway. Although Samus’ suit performed the most crucial objectives that involved it’s ability to absorb almost any type of tech, Fett carrys most of that tech to begin with all his own toys. And I somehow think that Fett’s lock breakers etc. which can unlock even the most sophisticated doors, would give Fett entry to a lot of areas early on that Samus wouldn’t be able to till much later on her mission with her newly aquired toys, ya know? Plus as Mata said, he is the most resourceful hunter in any unverse. That’s why he’s the best ever baby!

    “Fett would reach the morph ball tunnel and not be able to get any farther. Samus would kill everything in her way.”

    Oh come on Scenario, I know you’re joking! Plus you know the reason why they even brought the morph ball in existense anyway, right? Although I agree with you on the Samus part for the most part.

  6. marche April 4, 2009 at 1:34 pm -      #6

    hmm
    Samus vs Druge?

  7. Scenario April 4, 2009 at 1:58 pm -      #7

    Yes, it was a joke. The picture at the top reminded me of a picture I saw of Master Chief standing next to a morhball tunnel saying, “Well, damn” or something to that effect. And to those wondering, morphball was created because no-one could come up decent crawling animation on the NES.

    But seriously, I doubt Fett would have trouble, well, “acquiring” a PED suit, whether from the Federation or Pirates. He’d do well against metroids as long as his cryo grenades held out, but he may not be able to get one off if it attached to him. And personally, I think Fett would shoot the baby metroid, likely screwing himself over against Mother Brain

  8. Who? April 4, 2009 at 1:59 pm -      #8

    “Samus vs Druge?”

    OHHH SNAP!!! Though I think during the time this would take place, (the Imperial Era) Durge would have been launced into a star. But still, SNAP!!!!!

  9. Who? April 4, 2009 at 2:15 pm -      #9

    Oh, I forgot one more awsome thing that tops PED Fett and Mandalore Queen Samus combined… DARK FETT BEOTCH!!!!! I’ll get fanboy on this threads ass!!!

  10. Who? April 4, 2009 at 3:35 pm -      #10

    “And personally, I think Fett would shoot the baby metroid, likely screwing himself over against Mother Brain”

    Yeah, probaly, Fett isn’t really the sentimental type. On the Mother Brain matter, Depends whether or not his modified DXR-6 can destableize her at the moleculer level. I’m inclined to say it will, especially in her vulnerable area. Otherwise, Fett would most likely be boned. But I don’t know, Fett has a soft spot for kids, even if they are ugly enough to make you induce vomitting. Perhaps Fett would spare the little fella.

    “Yes, it was a joke. The picture at the top reminded me of a picture I saw of Master Chief standing next to a morhball tunnel saying, “Well, damn” or something to that effect. And to those wondering, morphball was created because no-one could come up decent crawling animation on the NES.”

    Ha ha! I will have to look up this pic, sounds funny.

  11. Baron Somebody April 4, 2009 at 3:44 pm -      #11

    Why does everyone make Boba’s armor seem so weak? It can take a lightsaber I mean come on

  12. Master Arbiter(Spartan G44) April 4, 2009 at 6:47 pm -      #12

    Samus would most likely join the Rebels. Fett would “Fett would reach the morph ball tunnel and not be able to get any farther.” Yep.

  13. Matapiojo April 4, 2009 at 6:55 pm -      #13

    “DARK FETT BEOTCH!!!!!”

    That…

    That actually sounds pretty damned brutal. It’ll be on my Fan Art to-do list for sure.

  14. Who? April 4, 2009 at 7:44 pm -      #14

    “It can take a lightsaber I mean come on”

    Nu-uh! It can take several lightsabers at once for extended periods! It can’t take a single saber, that’s crazy!

  15. Scenario April 4, 2009 at 9:14 pm -      #15

    Yes, and I’m willing to argue that Samus’s armor can take lightsabers, too. But neither one can take a continuous Hyper beam to the face and come out unscathed.

  16. Skrunks April 4, 2009 at 11:13 pm -      #16

    Out of all of this, there is one thing that gives Fett a very serious problem.

    His connections. His main strength in the SW universe is his ability to aquire the ammunition for all of his weapons. Alot of his toys will burn out after awhile, like let’s say, runs out of his Cryoban grenades agianst Metroids? And some of those boss fights, man. He would have to unload some serious firepower to take down some of baddies Samus has. Metroid Prime or Dark Samus (Or Fett, if you will) would require the expendeture of so many of his resources, and he would have no way to replinish them. He would have to make do with the Metroid Universe counterparts….

    On the other hand… Samus’ suit can absorb any tech….

    I am now picturing Samus with a Lightwhip in place of the grapple beam , a fully powered jet pack, Proton Missile launcher (complete with 5x homing capability), and: Dun dun dun… Plasma/Wave/Ice/Ion/Disruptor combo beam.

    She would freaking rape, well, everything.

  17. Who? April 4, 2009 at 11:33 pm -      #17

    “Yes, and I’m willing to argue that Samus’s armor can take lightsabers, too.”

    I’m pretty sure her shields can, suit however can not. Infact, her energy shield is her “armor,” is it not?

    “But neither one can take a continuous Hyper beam to the face and come out unscathed.”

    Yup. Although I’m certain both can survive it for a tiny bit. Though I’m not completely sure, Fett’s endurance hasn’t been fully tested yet nor just how durable his new armor/shields are. But even with all twenty energy tanks, Samus’ shields gave out pretty quickly. I need to do some research.

  18. Who? April 4, 2009 at 11:46 pm -      #18

    “His connections. His main strength in the SW universe is his ability to aquire the ammunition for all of his weapons. Alot of his toys will burn out after awhile, like let’s say, runs out of his Cryoban grenades agianst Metroids? And some of those boss fights, man. He would have to unload some serious firepower to take down some of baddies Samus has. Metroid Prime or Dark Samus (Or Fett, if you will) would require the expendeture of so many of his resources, and he would have no way to replinish them. He would have to make do with the Metroid Universe counterparts….”

    You have to remember just how resourceful Fett is. I’m sure Fett can aquire many new “toys” that he will further inhance… PED suit with a Fett augmentation… “Shudder” In many ways, some of the weapons he would obtain from his enemys, the Space Pirates, (Fett will probaly work for the Federation on account of more profit and morality) as well as the toys from the Federation, might enhance some of Fett’s performance. Who knows? Perhaps Fett during his travels in the Metroid Universe will encounter some lost Chozo ruins with a spare set of armor to aquire… Nah, but it’s neat to think about, no?

    “Dun dun dun… Plasma/Wave/Ice/Ion/Disruptor combo beam.”

    Dear God Skrunks, that is overkill the entire galaxy over!

  19. Scenario April 4, 2009 at 11:56 pm -      #19

    “I am now picturing Samus with a Lightwhip in place of the grapple beam , a fully powered jet pack, Proton Missile launcher (complete with 5x homing capability), and: Dun dun dun… Plasma/Wave/Ice/Ion/Disruptor combo beam.

    She would freaking rape, well, everything.”

    Someone draw this.

  20. Who? April 5, 2009 at 1:17 am -      #20

    “Someone draw this.”

    As you wish…

  21. Cpt Olimar April 5, 2009 at 12:58 pm -      #21

    I wonder if Boba would be able to escape Zebes in time before it self destructed. Samus is, after all, much faster than he is. Hmm if he made it, he would just BARELY make it, even with his jetpack.

  22. JoshMcFace April 5, 2009 at 2:10 pm -      #22

    Seeing all the art ideas going on here…I feel compelled to give “Dark Fett” a try.

  23. Albert Wikowonkavitz April 5, 2009 at 2:18 pm -      #23

    Samus would not only be the most notorious, she’d also have more than notoriety to go on. Boba Fett would get accidentally tapped on the back of his jetpack and sent into Ridley’s mouth or something.

  24. Who? April 5, 2009 at 3:48 pm -      #24

    “I wonder if Boba would be able to escape Zebes in time before it self destructed. Samus is, after all, much faster than he is. Hmm if he made it, he would just BARELY make it, even with his jetpack.”

    Yeah, barely. You have to admit, Fett’s jetpack would neutralize a lot of the obsticles that plagued Samus, clearing them with both speed and ease. But with her clear zones, she could use the speed booster and shinespark capabilitys. I would say they could do it around the same time.

  25. Who? April 5, 2009 at 6:02 pm -      #25

    “Samus would not only be the most notorious, she’d also have more than notoriety to go on. Boba Fett would get accidentally tapped on the back of his jetpack and sent into Ridley’s mouth or something.”

    What? Get out of here Al! Everybody hates you!!! I’m mean…

  26. Locutus April 5, 2009 at 9:11 pm -      #26

    “Boba Fett would get accidentally tapped on the back of his jetpack and sent into Ridley’s mouth or something.”

    +1

  27. sangheli_special_ops_elite April 10, 2009 at 3:33 am -      #27

    as far as i see it samus game is hard for anyone especially fett since he has a blaster and rocket launcher thats it so he can’t fight metriods so hes skrewed hell the arbiter would be skrewed(that alien from halo 3 with an abnormaly deep voice)and hes got a plasma sword and fuel rod to kill anything. its like nintendo made metriod pacifically so only samus could beat it and so that they could say any video game character that could beat metriod was made copied of samus

  28. Who? April 10, 2009 at 9:59 am -      #28

    Wow… Do MC fanboys who can’t read a thing posted and think everything Halo is God come here very often?

  29. JoshMcFace April 10, 2009 at 3:03 pm -      #29

    - sangheli_special_ops_elite, your totally right. Making games applicable to the main character is utter nonsense. It’s almost like Nintendo DIDN’T have Master Chief in mind when making all the Metroid games. For shame!!

  30. Cpt Olimar April 10, 2009 at 3:48 pm -      #30

    Well, hes more coherent here than other places. It is true that Metroid games, opposed to lets say, zelda and Mario games, have more puzzles and obstacles specific to the main character, although zelda comes quite close. It is also true that Fett will have trouble getting through. Resourceful or not, the Metroid universe can be quite unforgiving, so he won’t be strolling in a park. Just as him dying to Samus is not out of the question, I would say that him dying in the Metroid U is not out of the question. That’s not to say that he couldn’t survive, or that it isn’t possible for him to, but its certainly a possibility.

    Likewise, samus could also find herself at wrong end of a Sith’s lightsaber if she chooses to go on the wrong missions. (Similar to Jango no?) However, I see Samus as attacking SW troops and bases opposed to tackling force-users, assuming she is allowed to scan them before she fights them.

    As much as his statements in other places aren’t very smart, at least this part in his post is dead on “as far as i see it samus game is hard for anyone”
    While saying “anyone” is certainly a stretch, its very applicable in this scenario.

  31. Matapiojo April 10, 2009 at 4:00 pm -      #31

    @sangheli_special_ops_elite

    You are a Migraine incarante.

  32. Who? April 10, 2009 at 5:42 pm -      #32

    “As much as his statements in other places aren’t very smart, at least this part in his post is dead on “as far as i see it samus game is hard for anyone”
    While saying “anyone” is certainly a stretch, its very applicable in this scenario.”

    I suppose…

  33. Scenario April 10, 2009 at 11:14 pm -      #33

    I maintain that the Chozo gave Samus the morph ball because all repair tunnels/drones are the same height. This is apparently universal. I will never understand, however, those damned bomb slots and spinners. Maybe in a Chozo area, but not a freaking Space Pirate base. Unless they stole that technology, too…But then they’d have a morph ball to power it…Gah!

    New explanation: The Chozo did it. Seriously, they’re on par with gods now. They are subtly changing reality to help Samus. Yes, that’s it…

  34. Skrunks April 11, 2009 at 2:50 am -      #34

    I think the Morphball exists for Mobility reasons. Locomotion by rolling is far more efficient then walking. In the Prime games, if I need to get somewhere, I always go Morphball and roll. Plus, depending on which game, the Morphball is only a few feet in Diameter, much easier to fit into a drain pipe or heating duct.

    “New explanation: The Chozo did it. Seriously, they’re on par with gods now. They are subtly changing reality to help Samus. Yes, that’s it…”

    I second that.

  35. Space marine April 11, 2009 at 3:14 am -      #35

    “It’s almost like Nintendo DIDN’T have Master Chief in mind when making all the Metroid games. For shame!!”

    Yeah dude, I know. What the hell were they thinking!? GOSH!

    /Shuns Nintendo

  36. Space marine April 11, 2009 at 3:18 am -      #36

    “Seriously, they’re on par with gods now. They are subtly changing reality to help Samus. Yes, that’s it…”

    O RLY!?

    No…..

  37. Battra Boy April 11, 2009 at 5:53 pm -      #37

    Samus would be eaten by a Krate Dragon. :p

  38. Who? April 11, 2009 at 7:54 pm -      #38

    “Samus would be eaten by a Krate Dragon. :p”

    No… Just no…

  39. Skrunks April 11, 2009 at 10:07 pm -      #39

    Samus > Ridley
    Ridley > Kraid
    Kraid > Krayt Dragon
    Krayt Dragon > A guy with a stick
    A guy with a stick > You

    :D

  40. Battra Boy April 12, 2009 at 8:58 am -      #40

    I was joking… -_-

  41. El Zilcho April 12, 2009 at 11:14 pm -      #41

    “Migraine Incarnate”
    I would say hangover incarnate.

    Fett
    The PED suit is not exclusive to Samus; it’s used by Galactic Federation Marines. Thus it’s fair to say that the Federation would be able to create one for use by Fett.

    However, Fett wouldn’t have the capability of defeating Metroid Prime (in MP1). Metroid Prime requires Phazon attacks to kill it, and Fett would be unable to acquire the Phazon suit upgrade. In fact, Fett wouldn’t be able to enter the impact crater. He would also lack the ability to damage Fusion Metroid, due to their colour coded defense mechanism.
    While the weaker Talon Metroids are vulnerable to normal attacks, the original Metroids from SRS88 and their Zebes clones are only vulnerable to low temperature weapons. How many cryo grenades can Fett carry?

    Fett’s biggest problem is not his skill; it’s his lack of adaptability to the task. While one of the most resourceful Bounty Hunters in the galaxy, Fett just doesn’t have the ability to assimilate technology from any species he runs into.

    Samus
    Samus is in a better position to compete in the Star Wars galaxy. First off, unlike Fett in the Metroid universe, she is not a slave to linear progression or the storyline of a videogame. Instead she gets free roam of the galaxy to take missions on whomever her contractors please. This means, unlike Fett, Samus is unlike to run into enemies who can only be defeated by weapons acquired from a previous boss (which Fett can’t use).

    Similarly, the flexibility of the Chozo suit would allow Samus to make use of Star Wars technology; lightsabers, blaster rifles, disruptor rifles, thermal detonators, ion cannons and so on so forth. While it’s clear that she will not be able to absorb everything, Samus will most likely find adapting to her new universe much easier.

    Regarding Samus’ employer, she will likely work for the largest human organization in the galaxy; the Empire. We must remember that what we see of the Empire is completely different to the general SW citizens, due to the incredibly effective Imperial propaganda machine. Whether or not she is subtly indoctrinated or joins the rebellion really depends on her experiences while working in the SW universe.

  42. Who? April 13, 2009 at 12:27 am -      #42

    I still somehow see Fett going into some lost Chozo ruins with a spare set of armor inside… From what I gather from Skrunks, he will need to obtain Metroid tech anyway just to get up to date. I also see him sideing with the Federation, meaning they will most likely equip him with somthing… For several different reasons, I think he would make his own story to follow. “I’ll make my own destiny.”-Boba Fett. Samus will just kick major butt in the SW Universe from what I understand. Though to be fair, I always thought that.

    “I was joking… -_-”

    Sometimes, jokes hurt Battra Boy, they really do,,, “sniff”

  43. Skrunks April 13, 2009 at 4:43 am -      #43

    Hey hey, I’m sorry, lol. I was only joking too.

  44. anakin skywalker May 17, 2009 at 11:49 pm -      #44

    both of them would be so freaked out

  45. anakin skywalker May 17, 2009 at 11:50 pm -      #45

    and that will be cool

  46. OriginalA May 18, 2009 at 12:57 am -      #46

    Scenario~”I will never understand, however, those damned bomb slots and spinners. Maybe in a Chozo area, but not a freaking Space Pirate base. Unless they stole that technology, too…But then they’d have a morph ball to power it…Gah!”

    Here is a possible explination. The Bomb Slots are powered by spherical charges that are essentially universal. These charges would only be placed in the Bomb Slot when they are intended to be used, and once they are used they must be either discarded or recharged. There are a few Rechargers throughout the series so maybe these charges could be recharged there. And the player simply never sees a stock pile of these charges.

    Spinners would be similiar to the Bomb Slots in that a seperate item would be used to active them and the player simply never sees them. In this case it would be a type of gyroscope that accelerates its spinning to activate the Spinner.

    The Morphball just substitues the charges with Bombs and the Gyroscope with itself and propells itself with the Boost Ball upgrade.

    How that for a fan theory for practical use?

    Imagine what Fett would do if he got his hands on multi-function arm cannon along with some Alimbic Universal Ammunition? The Hunters from MP:H all had an arm cannon so there must be non-chozo designs somewhere.

    A thought of the tag teams that they both have is amusing as well. Denger & Samus and Boba Fett & Armstrong Houston. … Okay so Fett would probably try to kill Houston before long since there doesn’t seem to be a Bounty Hunter’s Guild & Rules, but it would still be funny.

  47. hitman8 July 3, 2009 at 4:26 pm -      #47

    Simply put Jedi Samus.

  48. Cpt Olimar July 3, 2009 at 6:19 pm -      #48

    Wow, if Samus was able to be trained as a jedi, that would be absolutely epic. Finally she would have some melee combat. (unless Other M has some…)

  49. Al August 2, 2009 at 1:44 am -      #49

    Well after the initial Wtf where am I? Part they’d be more or less even. Samus’ only has so much energy on her shield, SW may have incompatible charge techniques to fill them, so she’d have to trade in for something with a bit more armor and physical protection. As for fett, u mention morph ball vents, but in metroid zero mission zero suit samus is seen crawling thru those vents on her hands and knees, fett can do that LOL. Fett is suprisingly well equipped, and is immensly experienced in all forms of combat, ranged, close, or space. So far samus has not been shown to be an elite pilot, again, getting shot down in zero mission. As for fett not being able to adapt, he would probably exchange weapons technology with the federation, perhaps fixing that problem. As for metroids, we cannot positively say the effects of SW tech on them. Because they emerged from completely different tech developements they’re will be unforseen effects. Example- SW hyperdrive would more than likely be exceedingly faster than any metroid universe FTL drive, hence the unexaggerated “one side of the galaxy to the other”. Result-by the time samus gets to a mission the bad guy could have done his plan, smoked a doobie, listened to a slipknot album, and left, assuming samus has her ship. In boba fettms case he’d hit like a lightning bolt. In a dittion his ship is heavily armed, and can be remote controlled. A single mine from his ship snapped a 5 kilometer asteroid in half, I doubt he’d have too much trouble with a space pirate ship :) altogether, probably even as long as they get with the program

  50. Tim August 2, 2009 at 11:14 am -      #50

    @AI

    Actually Metroid technology is more advanced then Star Wars technology in basically every way, including FTL travel as people in Metroid have intergalactic travel and poeple in Star Wars don’t. It’s also more advanced weapons and armor wise as Metroid weapons are more powerful then Star Wars ones and Metroid armor offers more protection too.

  51. Al August 2, 2009 at 8:52 pm -      #51

    Hm well intergalactic travel DOES exist in SW expanded universe, beyond the films. Mostly it will come down to samus and boba’s ability to be resourceful. Like I said their tech may be very incompatible, samus does not have infinite energy tanks, and boba fett has irreplaceable armor as well. Again no one can prove man sized weaponry and armor against one another but we can observe weapons tech. Ion cannon = wave beam disintigrator = plasma blaster = power beam. In addition SW does have personal energy sheilds like samus’, but are not widely used. And have a portable recharge ability. But clearly the federation has a very low military capacity, perhaps having over extended themselves to the point they cannot solve or really even reduce a pirate problem. Also the federation never states with clarity it’s number of claimed worlds, or even if those worlds resources are used. So the federation may have a huge amount of territory, but very few developed worlds inside that territory, where with SW it takes place in one galaxy, but it is of trillions of trillions of beings across thousands of thousands of worlds with countless races. Plus the federation or pirates never to my memory had a portable planet destroying super weapon. Assuming the universes met however they’d both receive immense benefits working together

  52. Ryushi February 26, 2010 at 12:36 pm -      #52

    I have to say that most likely Samus would somehow get killed by someone, I mean she’s not perfect, and neither is Boba, but he did survive for quite a while. And not to mention the fact he’s got a son, so what would happen with that?

  53. Ryushi February 26, 2010 at 12:38 pm -      #53

    Wait woops I got Boba mixed up with Jango sorry bout that

  54. krazycrismore May 3, 2010 at 6:13 pm -      #54

    I imagine Samus in SW universe going around with a lightsaber in her free hand and blasting people with her arm cannon. Also, Luke wouldn’t need to destroy the Death Star, Samus could just go in with morph ball and bomb it. Not sure how she would escape that though.

  55. theobserver May 3, 2010 at 6:45 pm -      #55

    “Plus the federation or pirates never to my memory had a portable planet destroying super weapon”

    I believe there was this part in the Metroid manga where the space pirates actually get to summon a black hole to almost swallow Zebes but upon finding some use in the planet they opted to continue using it.

    “But clearly the federation has a very low military capacity, perhaps having over extended themselves to the point they cannot solve or really even reduce a pirate problem.”

    Well this so-called “pirate problem” has plagued the galaxy and threatened to destroy it numerous times. Were Boba Fett in Samus’ shoes I doubt he’d be able to do a better job of keeping those crustaceous bastards at bay but that’s just me.

  56. MrTBSC December 24, 2011 at 10:13 pm -      #56

    old thread but i still wanna give my thoughts to it …

    samus not only becomes the greatest bounty hunter in SW but probably a very strong force user too *drolls*

    now fett however could simply join the space pirates, get his tech from them
    and become one of the pirate commanders … but the time phazon comes around he may get corupted and fall to metroid primes will … or join it too ^^ …

  57. Alpha or Omega February 1, 2012 at 5:51 pm -      #57

    I doubt Boba can go to certain planets.Planets linke Zebes and Tallon IV (high gravitational pull). I most likely think he might work for the Federation since out of the Feds, SP., and the Kriken, the Galcatic Federation might be the richest out of them all. (He works for the empire and Jabba, they’re freakin’ rich)
    /
    As for Samus, she somehow blows up the Death Star just like she does in most of her games.XD

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If you ever watched the show "Ancient Aliens" and wanted a quick reference to where all the locations they mention are at, this is the site for you!

Fictional Universes Database

Soon to be shut down by Google, but here is a great starting point for Fictional Universes

99 Star Wars Pics

Some are cool, some are a bit absurd, but they are all based on Star Wars

Alternate Movie Posters

Something a bit distinct - Check them out

Epic Swiss Army Knife

Not Really...

Future Me

Write yourself an email letter to the future - Future Me

Neil Degrasse Tyson

Star Talk Radio - As always, keep looking up!