In Mandalorian Season 3 of Disney+’s The Mandalorian, Pedro Pascal’s titular character is informed that “you are a Mandalorian no longer.” Watch it up there.
We witness scenes that seem to imply an intramural conflict among individuals in the helmeted group, so it seems that’s not the only area of concern. The character Bo-Katan Kryze, played by Katie Sackhoff, likewise calls them “a cult.”
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In addition to newcomers Christopher Lloyd (in a guest-starring role) and Nick Nolte (voice-over work as the extraterrestrial naught Kill), Sackhoff is returning to the show for Season 3. Temuera Morrison, Giancarlo Esposito, Lateef Crowder, and Brendan Wayne are also coming back.
Pedro Pascal, the show’s star, used just three words, to sum up, the impending third season of the Disney+ series during the Star Wars Day celebration earlier this year: “Action. Spectacle. Surprises.”
Below is a video of the cast’s D23 hugfest.
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The last time we saw Mando was in The Book of Boba Fett’s “Chapter 5: Return of The Mandalorian,” where he essentially took over the narrative. He is helping himself to bounties in this episode with the help of the Darksaber he obtained from Moff Gideon (Giancarlo Esposito).
He finds the Mandalorians from their clan who are still alive. Grog receives a present from The Armorer (Emily Swallow), but Din is rejected after admitting that he breached his vow and took off his helmet. Later, he pays a visit to the sanctuary where the younglings are kept, but he leaves because he thinks he is impeding Grogu’s Jedi training. He is unaware that the budding Jedi trainee will ultimately choose Din above becoming a Jedi.
The fight for Mandalore’s fate that was witnessed at the close of Season 2 seems to progress in The Mandalorian Season 3. As Dujardin arrives at Mandalore, his status in his tribe has been revoked, and his ideals have caused him to disagree with Bo-Katan Kryze (Katee Sackhoff).
On top of that, Bo-Katan, who was promised the Darksaber, declined to accept it in a dishonorable manner because he had already won it. The return of a civil war brought to a new pitch by Djarin’s (and the Darksaber’s) presence on the planet, may very well determine the future of his group and the wider Mandalore society as a whole in the upcoming season.