Greedo spent his adolescent years living in a seedy spaceport on Nar Shaddaa. It was there that he was brought into a life of crime that eventually led to employment by Jabba the Hutt. Greedo had the potential for being a dangerous bounty hunter, but he made the fatal mistake of underestimating one of his first targets: the smuggler known as Han Solo.

Ever since he was involved in a swoop accident with a young Han Solo, Dengar's life has been fueled by a desire for revenge. After the accident, his body was rebuilt by the Empire and he became a cold-hearted assassin only having the feelings of anger and revenge. He eventually left this career and became a bounty hunter often used by Jabba the Hutt.

This version of Dengar is from the early days of his bounty hunter career. He has not yet acquired the riot gun that he is seen wielding in The Empire Strikes Back. An alternate version of Dengar can be found in issue #6 of Star Wars Gamer magazine.

The most famous hunter is the dreaded Boba Fett. This alternate version could represent a version of Boba from slightly before Episode IV. His Constitution has been increased slightly from the version on page 315 of the Revised Core Rulebook to match the hit points in the skirmish game.

While most bounty hunters summoned by Darth Vader after the battle of Hoth were there to hunt down Han Solo, the Trandoshan Bossk's real target was the Wookiee Chewbacca. After years of skinning and collecting the pelts of Wookiees, he saw Chewbacca as the ultimate prize coat.

The version here represents a version of Bossk near the beginning of his career. An alternate version of a more experienced Bossk can be found on page 11 of Ultimate Adversaries.

One of the most surprising bounty hunters is the protocol droid 4-LOM. After becoming independent, 4-LOM explored the galaxy as an unusual broker of information. He eventually found employment from Jabba the Hutt. The crime lord saw promise in 4-LOM as a bounty hunter, so he upgraded the droid and introduced him to his partner Zuckuss. The basic LOM droid can be found on page 54 of the Arms & Equipment Guide.