Okay, team, Findswoman
brings up an important issue regarding characters, action figures and who is really supposed to be who.
Way back when the game began, I wrote something explaining that, due to my very limited customizing abilities and budget, I might occasionally use a recognizable SW character meant to be a different character.
The only real instance where I did this was in the opening sequence, showing Deak's mother, "played" by Mon Mothma.
I believe I also said that, with a few exceptions, that you would probably NOT run into a lot of established characters.
So I can see where the confusion is coming from.
Here's the deal - I really don't have a large customizing budget and my skills are extremely limited, basically just head swapping and extremely rudimentary painting.
HOWEVER, look again at Mon Mothma. She is not wearing her trademark outer garment and instead is wearing a crappy Leia "skirt". As lame as it is, this is my cheap-o attempt to at least partially customize the figure in order to establish that it is NOT the same character.
Look at the Bith in the bar. He is wearing a cloak different than the one the figure comes with. Hardly a very elaborate custom, certainly, but it at least hopefully establishes him as being "different" from the Cantina band members.
Here's where it gets tricky, though. In the case of extremely minor or "extra" characters - characters who had no real significance in the films other than as background, I may not bother with ANY customizing at all.
It is safe to assume that Doc's wookiee friend is NOT, for example, Senator Yarua, but is, in fact, Doc's wookiee friend named Fardle. Also, the twilek damsel in distress at the bar is probably not the same Aya Vida barfly from AOTC, but just another twi'lek female.
To avoid confusion, you will never see me using an unmodified Han Solo or Ben Kenobi action figure meant to represent anyone else. I will never use unmodified, major character figures to represent different characters.
So, if, for example, you see a human smuggler with a black vest and white shirt accompanied by a large Wookiee with an ammo belt - it's safe to say you're looking at Han and Chewie, even though "Deak" won't recognize them.
In the case of the mysterious "bounty hunter", I made an effort to make the scene and the character feel, well, rather familiar. Note his use of the phrase "As you wish," which, admittedly, is not something I came up with on my own.
Additionally, though I am not really up on EU, it was my understanding that there really weren't many other Mandalorians around the time of the OT.
However, at the end of the day, that isn't really relevant to how you play out the scene. Your confusion over the identity of the bounty hunter echoes Deak's. It won't affect what you say to Fang, since all you can do is describe the guy and let Fang come up with his own conclusions.
Hope this helps! Though I'm lazy when it comes to customizing, I'm not out to deliberately confuse you guys.
Thanks for your fantastic participation!!!