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The Book Of Boba Fett Character You Are Based On Your Zodiac Sign

"The Book of Boba Fett" has expanded the "Star Wars" universe by bringing back familiar characters, introducing a range of fresh faces, and developing more of the timeline around the events of "The Mandalorian." Obviously, Temuera Morrison bringing the beloved bounty hunter to his first leading role is the main attraction, but the Disney+ series has also spent a lot of time fleshing out the society and politics of Tatooine, the galactic underworld, and more.

Like "The Mandalorian" before it, "Boba Fett" is fairly focused in its narrative. The character with his name on the title card, unsurprisingly, gets the most screen time and development by far. Ming-Na Wen's Fennec Shand is the clear second protagonist of the show, but the rest of the cast primarily consists of episodic villains, allies with few lines, and a handful of minor recurring characters. It's not a show that spends a ton of time developing every new face who walks on screen, but that doesn't mean the new "Star Wars" characters don't still have their own unique backgrounds and personalities.

With that in mind let's take a look at the key players of the series, both old and new, examining their personality traits by lining them up with the age-old characteristics of the signs of astrology. Here's a breakdown of the "Book of Boba Fett" character you're most similar to, according to your zodiac sign.

Aries: The Tusken Warrior

With "The Book of Boba Fett," Disney has shown far more of Tatooine's native Tusken tribes than any past "Star Wars" story. They're a long way from the savage caricatures George Lucas created, and while their environment necessitates a certain level of brutality in some ways, the new series shows that Tuskens have a distinct culture, societal structure, and value system — all their own and all developed to fit with the harsh climate of their home planet.

One of the main new Tusken characters introduced in "Boba Fett" is the warrior who teaches Boba how to fight with a Gaffi Stick. Though she's unnamed, she proves herself to be both headstrong and incredibly competent at the same time. When Fett and the Tuskens are pinned down during their assault on the Pike Syndicate train, she's the one who dives in without fear to clear the way. Loyal to her people and dedicated to their survival, the Tusken warrior's skill and dedication to her craft is exceptional. In all these ways, she matches quite well with the fire sign Aries, which rules from March 21 to April 19. Like the warrior, Aries are driven by passion, loyalty, and a fierce competitive spirit. They are unyielding in their pursuits and intense in their beliefs, and they're certainly not the ones you want staring you down with a Gaffi Stick in the Dune Sea.

Taurus: The Rancor Trainer

Because Robert Rodriguez is one of the lead talents behind the camera on "Boba Fett," it's fun to see his longtime collaborator Danny Trejo ("Spy Kids," "Machete") make his "Star Wars" universe debut as the trainer of Boba Fett's new Rancor. On orders from the Hutt twins (more on them later), Trejo's character delivers a young Rancor calf to Boba to replace the one killed in "Return of the Jedi." Though the trainer himself doesn't get a ton of lines or screen time, he makes a big impression thanks to Trejo's star power.

What do we know about the mysterious Rancor trainer? He's soft-spoken, discerning in his judgements, and clearly good with animals. His work with Rancors specifically — one of the most dangerous creatures in the galaxy — also hints that he's fearless and tenacious, even if his cool exterior doesn't show it. As such, Trejo's Rancor trainer seems like a great fit for the earth sign Taurus, which rules the zodiac from April 20 to May 20. Steady, hardworking, prone to solitude, and a natural with nature, a Taurus can be a tough nut to crack. It takes that kind of stubborn, grounded will to work with animals like the Rancor, and Trejo's "Book of Boba Fett" character is clearly a master of his craft.

Gemini: The Mayor's Majordomo

One of the most verbose characters introduced in "The Book of Boba Fett" is the Mayor of Mos Espa's majordomo, played perfectly and detestably by comedian David Pasquesi. The majordomo is a nervous talker and a master of butting in a bit longer than he's welcome. But to his credit, he also seems to be pretty good at his job. Despite his nervous tendencies, he carries out all the mayor's orders regarding Fett and the other criminal influences in Mos Espa. The majordomo navigates one of the most dangerous corners of the galaxy on a daily basis, and though he's quick to flight and a bit careless with his words, he survives.

In the full landscape of "The Book of Boba Fett," the majordomo may be the best fit for the air sign Gemini (May 21 to June 20). Known for being talkative, a bit indecisive, but always quick and efficient in their work, Geminis aren't necessarily the most common in a franchise like "Star Wars." While Mos Espa's majordomo may be cast as an antagonist in "Boba Fett," that's only because of how Tatooine politics stand at the time. In reality, the only people who last in Outer Rim's power games are those quick or clever enough to stay afloat, which is exactly what the majordomo seems to have done, despite his skittishness.

Cancer: Boba Fett

Finally, four signs in, we get a named character. Not just that, but the main character, Boba Fett. Ever since he made his live-action debut in "The Empire Strikes Back," Boba Fett has needed no introduction. His imposing Mandalorian armor, cool countenance, and unparalleled capabilities as a galactic bounty hunter have built him a powerful reputation, both within the universe of "Star Wars" and with the fandom. However, Morrison's Boba Fett has shown some new sides and dimensions to the decades-old character in his eponymous show, revealing a slightly softer, more sensitive soul.

To be clear, Boba is still a ruthless and skilled killer in the New Republic era, and he has no qualms about beating up bar patrons or annihilating speeder bike gangs when given provocation. But he also likes petting his baby Rancor, learning the ways of the Tuskens, and avoiding conflict wherever possible, especially when profit is on the line. He feels no guilt from committing violence, but he also doesn't seem to take any great joy in it — it's simply the thing he's good at.

This new, more layered portrait of Boba Fett is a good fit with the water sign Cancer (June 21 to July 22), which is aptly symbolized by the crab. Cancers tend to hide more sensitive emotional lives and complex thinking beneath a veneer of coldness and angst. They are tough, intelligent, and careful in all things — and like Fett, they benefit greatly from frequent alone time.

Leo: The Hutt Twins

There's only one astrological sign that feels synonymous with being carried by servants on a massive litter, and that's the fire sign Leo (July 23 to August 22). Obviously, we're talking about the Hutt twins who appear early in "The Book of Boba Fett" to challenge the titular bounty hunter's rule of Mos Espa. The Hutts are one of the oldest and most feared crime dynasties in the history of "Star Wars," and though they may be a bit weaker in "The Book of Boba Fett" due to Jabba's recent demise, they're still forces to be reckoned with — crime lords accustomed to deference, fealty, luxury, and respect.

Of course, being a Leo is more than having an affinity for nice things and a lavish lifestyle. The second fire sign of the Zodiac is also frequently associated with big, loud, even boisterous personalities, which aren't exactly what you might think of when it comes to Hutts. But in their own way, the twins still fit that quality quite well. They thrive on pomp and circumstance, using grand entrances and clear displays of power as ways to convey their desired image to those they work with (and against).

Virgo: The Gamorreans

Jabba the Hutt's Gamorrean guards might not be your first thought when considering relatable characters. In "Return of the Jedi," they're portrayed as nothing more than big, green pig men who grunt and hit people with axes. But even the Gamorreans get a bit more development in "The Book of Boba Fett," in the form of two guards who served Jabba, and later Bib Fortuna. They oppose Fett's rule at first out of loyalty for their previous masters, but they are ultimately convinced to bring their expert services as soldiers and protectors under Fett's employment.

It's a good thing too, as they save the former bounty hunter's skin more than once over the course of the show. The two Gamorreans are intently focused on their work, which they clearly take great pride in, and that's also a trademark trait of the Earth sign Virgo, which rules the zodiac from August 23 to September 22. Virgos are known for being pragmatic and, often, introverted. They find joy in their work, and in doing it well, and their inner lives may be far more complicated than their external selves reveal.

It's unlikely that we'll ever get a look at the inner lives of Boba Fett's Gamorrean guards, but it would be pretty dismissive to assume that what you see is all that you get.

Libra: Garsa Fwip

One of the more intriguing new characters introduced in "The Book of Boba Fett" is Garsa Fwip (Jennifer Beals), owner and proprietor of a Mos Espa bar, lounge, and casino known as the Sanctuary. In her handful of appearances throughout the show, Fwip shows herself to be sharply cunning and intelligent, with a deft touch for handling tricky situations and negotiating with dangerous people. That skill set is a necessity in Mos Espa, where most of the clientele consists of smugglers, bounty hunters, killers, thieves, and other unsavory characters. Keeping a successful business afloat in that kind of Outer Rim environment takes a delicate sense of balance and diplomacy — core characteristics of the air sign Libra.

Ruling from September 23 to October 22, Libra is represented by the scales, and embodies the principles of balance and harmony. Libras have a light touch, are often deeply empathic, and can be quite skilled at keeping the world around them in order. Direct confrontation is where they tend to falter at times, but with interpersonal skills so deft and attuned, they rarely have any need for heavier tactics.

Only someone like Garsa Fwip could stand inches from an infuriated Wookie and soothingly attempt to dissuade him from ripping the arms off her patrons. In that particular instance, of course, she was largely unsuccessful — but really, it's the effort that counts.

Scorpio: Black Krrsantan

Speaking of the scary Wookie, here he is — former gladiator turned infamous bounty hunter, Black Krrsantan. First introduced in Marvel's "Star Wars" comics, Krrsantan makes his live-action debut in "The Book of Boba Fett," where he proves beyond a doubt just how strong a warrior he is, and that Wookies can indeed pull people's arms out of their sockets. He's fearless, brutal, distrustful, and prone to fiery bursts of rage, but a lot of those qualities are tied to his painful, complicated past as a gladiator.

From the second Krrsantan walks on screen, it's pretty easy to cast him as a Scorpio, the water sign that rules from October 23 to November 21. His cool, intimidating demeanor and violent fits of passion are common traits of the Scorpio sign, and his apparent willingness to do anything to keep himself on top — even betray former allies or employers — also fits. Krrsantan is an intense and, frankly, frightening, individual, but like most Scorpios, he surely has a lot more going on beneath the surface that he intentionally keeps hidden from prying eyes. The Imperial era was not kind to Wookies, and he did what he felt he had to do to survive. It's a great boon to have Black Krrsantan on your side, but pity on those who he calls his enemies.

Sagittarius: Drash

When Boba Fett begins assembling talent to serve his new underworld empire, one of his first hires is a street gang of young human cyborgs with a flair for retro style. Their leader, a young woman named Drash (Sophie Thatcher), proves particularly driven in her work for the new daimyo of Mos Espa. It's pretty clear from the start that Drash is a drifter -— someone who doesn't linger in one place too long, and who is always looking for the next score or good time. She watches out for herself and her crew like they're family, but she can at times boast bigger than her skills can back up. Drash clearly wants the reputation of a badass, but she's still young.

The fire sign Sagittarius (November 22 to December 21) seems like a perfect fit for Drash, both for its penchant for wanderlust and its tendency to overcommit. Drash obviously has the passion and self-confidence of a fire sign, and her desire to prove herself and experience new things is classic Sagittarius. She's driven by both her emotions and desire to be the top dog in whatever environment she finds herself, all of which makes her a fierce competitor who doesn't give up easily.

She's also a cool robot lady with a very slick space bike, so that's fun too.

Capricorn: Fennec Shand

Fennec Shand might just be one of the coolest "Star Wars" characters to be introduced since Disney acquired Lucasfilm, and a lot of that is due to Ming-Na Wen's spectacular performance. Fennec is the epitome of the professional bounty hunter — always prepared, in full control of herself, calm under pressure, fearless, and healthily skeptical at every turn. She's stable, bringing the same level of expertise and attention to detail to every job she does. Anyone with the Earth sign Capricorn (December 22 to January 19) as their sun sign will likely find immediate kinship with Fennec on a variety of levels.

Capricorns are known for their strong sense of responsibility, dedication to excellence, and measured approach to all situations. Because they're typically so prepared and capable, they also don't always come off as the most friendly of people, and they can be a little bit tough to get to know. That's Fennec Shand to a tee. She's the first person you want on your squad and the last person you want set against you, but no matter what side she's on, you can guarantee she'll come more prepared and confident than the competition. Even near-death experiences don't shake her faith in herself or instill any sense of fear.

Aquarius: Skad

For the air sign Aquarius, we're returning to "Boba Fett" biker gang with their second in command, Skad. Equipped with a highly advanced cybernetic eye, Skad has a strong independent spirit and constantly gives off the impression that he's here for a good time, not a long time. He fully embraces the punk aesthetic of his cyborg crew, and he certainly doesn't seem to shy away from danger.

Skad's whole too-cool-for-school persona makes him a great match with the air sign Aquarius, which rules the zodiac from January 20 to February 18. Freedom is the paramount value for most Aquarius signs, who make their own way through the world with style and confidence. It also makes sense why Skad and Drash make such a good team, as Aquarius and Sagittarius are particularly compatible in many ways. Skad may seem like just a minor character — but make no mistake, he's not someone you want to mess with.

Pisces: The Modder

Looking for a cameo that makes a big splash? Look no further than the "Boba Fett" cybernetics modder, who appears in Episode 4 in a flashback scene where he augments Fennec Shand to save her life.

The modder is played by musician Stephen Bruner, better known as Thundercat to his fans. He doesn't get much screen time, but he quickly establishes his unique role in the harsh culture of Tatooine. His mod parlor is a haven for loners and outcasts, and his mix of engineering and art helps people like Drash and Skad express themselves fully with their bodies. Despite the youthful, biker gang energy that surrounds his parlor, the modder seems like a highly empathetic person, and he quickly goes to work on Fennec as soon as he learns that she's in serious danger.

The Outer Rim isn't really a natural habitat for the gentle, artsy bearers of the water sign Pisces, but out of every character in "The Book of Boba Fett," the modder seems like the best fit. He lives for his art, and for what it can do to help his clients. Running a mod parlor in the middle of the Dune Sea is also exactly the kind of wild idea that could only be made successful by a determined Pisces.