The GENIUS Way COUNT DOOKU Recruited JANGO FETT as the Clone Template on the Moons of Bogden
How did Count Dooku Recruit Jango Fett on one of the moons of Bogden to become the template for every single Clone?
Jango Fett was a bounty hunter from Concord Dawn who was well known around the galaxy for being one of the best bounty hunters around during the time of the Republic. After holding this incredible reputation for a long time, he was recruited by Darth Tyranus, or Count Dooku, to become the template for the clones of the Grand Army of the Republic. So how did Count Dooku Recruit Jango Fett on one of the moons of Bogden to become the template for every single Clone?
I’m going to break down exactly how Dooku recruited Jango Fett in both Canon and Legends, and why he was chosen for the role above every other bounty hunter.
So in Canon, the story is pretty simple. While on the hunt for an elusive bounty target, Jango Fett was led to one of the moons of bogden, which had a small, rocky and barren landscape. Jango Fett didn’t realize that the whole bounty was actually set up by Count Dooku, who was searching for the most suitable candidate to become a template for the Cloners on Kamino to use in the creation of the Grand Army of the Republic.
Once he arrived down on the surface of the moon of Bogden, he was approached by a shadowy figure in a deep black robe, who had an aura of power and control surrounding his presence.
Jango eventually walked up to the man, who revealed himself only as Tyranus. The two begin to argue about the details of the deal, but Tyranus reassures Jango that the price the Kaminoans are offering for the job is more than fair. Jango is still worried at exactly what the Kaminoans might do with his genetic template. Dooku tells Jango that he will be required to provide regular access to himself so that the Kaminaons can access his genetic template at all times. He would also be required to live with the cloners on Kamino, so that they could take more samples from him in case things went wrong with the cloning process.