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Mandalorian season 3: Important aspects of Season 1 and 2 you need to know

Din Djarin (Pedro Pascal), often known as the Mandalorian or Mando, doesn’t always wear his mask for safety reasons. It is an essential component of the tribe in which he was nurtured.

The Children of the Watch are a sect-like group of Mandalorians who adhere to the traditional religion of the Mandalore. The tribe adopted Mando when he was an orphan and taught him how to hunt according to their traditions. But, a fundamental component of their philosophy is that they must always wear their helmets to prevent humans from seeing their identities.

Naturally, if you’ve watched “The Mandalorianfirst “‘s two seasons, you’ll know Mando has had to breach that rule in order to survive and fulfil his tasks. As a result, when Mando returned to the tribe in episode five of “The Book of Boba Fett,” they expelled him for breaking their code.

Mando begged for forgiveness, but the tribe’s chief, the Armorer (Emily Swallow), told him that the only way to become a Mandalorian once more is to take a bath in the planet Mandalore’s living mine water. As a result, Mando will no longer have a tribe to help him get out of sticky circumstances.

Baby Yoda departed the Jedi Order as well.

The primary objective of Mando in season two of “The Mandalorian” was to pair up Grogu, also known as Baby Yoda, with a Jedi in order to instruct him in the ways of the Force. Grogu appeals to the universe in episode seven of season two in an effort to locate a Jedi.

In the epilogue, Luke Skywalker saves Mando and delivers Grogu to training. Luke tries to train Grogu in episode six of “The Book of Boba Fett.” It later transpires, though, that Grogu’s connection to Mando has prevented him from mastering the Jedi ways.

At the conclusion of the episode, Grogu is given the option to stay and get access to the original Yoda’s lightsaber while learning how to utilise the Force, or leave and return to Mando. The latter option is picked by Grogu, who meets Mando again in the season finale of “The Book of Boba Fett.”

He assisted in the reconstruction of Mando’s brand-new spacecraft

The Imperial villain Moff Gideon destroyed Mando’s primary ship, the Razor Crest, in “The Mandalorian” season two episode seven (Giancarlo Esposito).

Mando visits Peli Motto (Amy Sedaris) in Tatooine while searching for a new spacecraft in “The Book of Boba Fett” episode five. She allegedly claimed to have found him a new spacecraft similar to the Razor Crest, but it turned out to be the same damaged Naboo starfighter that seen in “The Phantom Menace.”

Mando accepts grudgingly to assist Peli in fixing it and claiming it as his own spacecraft. The third season of “The Mandalorian” trailers demonstrates that, for the time being at least, this new ship is here to stay.

Darksaber is owned by Mando.

Mando has a new spacecraft in addition to the Darksaber, a new weapon. The weapon was initially made seen in the season one finale of “The Mandalorian,” when Moff utilised it to flee from his downed ship.

On the ship of the Imperial villain in the season two finale, Mando and Gideon square off for control of Grogu. Gideon defeats Mando’s Beskar spear with the Darksaber.

When Mando returns the Darksaber to his buddy Bo-Katan Kryze (Katee Sackhoff) after winning the conflict, he discovers the weapon’s significance.

It is actually a long-forgotten Mandalorian weapon that can be utilised to bring the Mandaloreans back together. If it is not defeated through combat, it will instead curse both the user and the Mandalorians.

Mando is left to decide what to do with the Darksaber after Bo-Katan declines to take it from him. Could the shattered pieces of the formerly potent planet Mandalore be brought together by Mando? Or will he be endangered by the new weapon?

In episode five of “The Book of Boba Fett,” one of the Children of the Watch attempted to take down Mando for the weapon. If the Darksaber genuinely places a new target on his back, it wouldn’t be shocking.

Mando is returning to Mandalore now.

In season three of “The Mandalorian,” Mando will return to the destroyed planet of Mandalore for a very special cause in addition to following Grogu’s charming exploits.

The Empire continuously blasted the planet because they knew they could never subdue its populace because their religion is based on warfare.

Din is returning to the planet because the Armorer (Emily Swallow) banished him from the book “The Book of Boba Fett” for taking off his helmet in public, and the only way he can atone for his transgressions is by discovering the living waters that are hidden under the mines of Mandalore.

Although it’s unclear how or why a Mandalorian could atone for their crimes by travelling to the living waters, it will be a challenging trek given that they were allegedly destroyed in the explosion.

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Mando currently has lots of allies.

Mandalorian season 3: Important aspects of Season 1 and 2 you need to know

In 2019, when the first episode of “The Mandalorian” debuted, Mando was by himself wandering the galaxy. But since then, he has gathered a sizable number of allies, naturally including Grogu.

The Nevarro magistrate Greef Karga (Carl Weathers), the ship engineer Peli Motto (Amy Sedaris), the grey Jedi Ahsoka Tano (Rosario Dawson), the Jedi master Luke Skywalker (Mark Hamill), the sniper Fennec Shand (Ming-Na Wen), and fellow bounty hunter Boba Fett are all people he can count on in addition to the adorable green alien (Temuera Morrison).

Din was great friends with Gina Carano’s character Cara Dune, but the latter lost her job at Disney after she compared Republicans to persecuted Jews.

Of course, Bo-Katan Kryze, a Mandalorian warrior, was a crucial ally in season two of “The Mandalorian” played by Katee Sackhoff. Her goal was to reclaim the Darksaber and bring Mandalore’s glory back. But, Mando getting the Darksaber put a kink in the plans.

As previously noted, there will probably be some war over the Darksaber between Bo-Katan and Mando or amongst the other Mandalorian clans.

Moff Gideon is a New Republic prisoner.

Mandalorian season 3: Important aspects of Season 1 and 2 you need to know

“The Mandalorian” season two ended with Mando, Bo-Katan, Cara Dune, Fennec Shand, and Luke Skywalker fighting Moff Gideon and his dark troops in a quest to preserve Grogu from the remnants of the Empire.

The Children of the Watch were informed by Mando in “The Book of Boba Fett” episode five that Gideon had been turned up to the New Republic to be questioned and tried for his crimes.

It is therefore reasonable to conclude that he is currently a prisoner of the New Republic, but most likely not for very long.

In season one, IG-11 put his life in danger to save Mando.

Mandalorian season 3: Important aspects of Season 1 and 2 you need to know

The assassin droid IG-11 (Taika Waititi) made his first appearance in the season one premiere of “The Mandalorian,” aiming to find Grogu to collect a reward. At the beginning, Mando and IG-11 worked together to claim the bounty, but when the baby appeared, the Mandalorian betrayed his droid companion in order to save him.

Later in the season, IG-11 made a comeback after being reprogrammed to help the farmer by Mando’s ally Kuiil (Nick Nolte). After Kuiil was killed in episode seven, IG-11 accompanied Mando to Nevarro to guard Baby Yoda.

Unfortunately, Gideon’s stormtroopers surrounded them while they were on the planet. In the season’s climax, IG-11 ultimately gave himself up and destroyed himself to defend Mando, Grogu, and his companions.

Nevarro in “The Mandalorian” has a long history.

There are several planets in “Star Wars,” but Nevarro is one of the most significant ones in “The Mandalorian.” The planet, which serves as the headquarters of the Bounty Hunters’ Guild, which Mando works for, is initially introduced to us in season one.

Nevertheless, once Mando betrayed the Empire by freeing Grogu, Gideon and his imperial forces took control of the planet. In episode seven of Nevarro, Greef Karga, a former Guild agent, attempted to set up a trap for Mando but changed his mind once Grogu healed his wounds.

Greef chose to assist repair and clean up the planet after the battle with the Empire in the season one finale, acting as its magistrate while Cara Dune acted as his marshal.

The season three trailers give the impression that Greef has transformed the major city of Nevarro from a filthy, desolate town into a bright, booming metropolis.

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