2 Works in El Dorado (1966)
26 Feb 2022
“Su’cuy, Boba,” Din says as casually as he can with all the excitement he feels. Excitement and dread. His blaster rifle is primed, resting across his hands.
“That’s a voice I’d know anywhere—Din Djarin,” Boba Fett says, his voice as deep and desert rough as ever, but still filled with the same joy Din would expect from him. He almost hates that he’s here on business. Boba continues as he rinses his face, “Let me get this soap out of my eyes.” He starts to turn around. “I heard you were in Mos Eisley—” He sees the blaster rifle. “What’s the idea with the gun?”
“Just until I find out whose side you’re on, Boba,” Din says as neutrally as he can. He doesn’t want his emotions to be involved in this. The two of them have been through a lot together. “I heard you were working with Mok Shaiz.”
Fandoms: Supernatural, El Dorado - Fandom
01 Sep 2015
The only thing standing between carpetbagger Dick Roman and the water rights owned by widowed rancher Jody Mills is the law, in the persons of Sheriff Bobby Singer and Deputy Rufus Turner. Gunslinger John Winchester's already refused to fight his old friends for Roman once. Now, six months later, Roman's used a honey trap to push Bobby into alcoholic despair, and one of the deadliest gunmen in Texas is on his way to El Dorado to help Roman force Jody to capitulate before Bobby sobers up.
At least, that's how the situation looks from the outside.
But in El Dorado, nothing is as it seems. And when a chance meeting on the border reunites John with his sons and brings him news of Roman's plan, the race is on to free Bobby from a hellish curse and to stop demons and Leviathans from taking over the town... to say nothing of the secrets Sam and John are carrying that could be their undoing.