"Chapter 3: The Sin," the third episode of The Mandalorian, has hit Disney+ after what seemed like an eternity compared to the three-day gap between the pilot episode and "Chapter 2: The Child." A week is a long time to wait for a new glimpse at the Baby of the Year, the anti-Harley Jarvis, aka Kid Green, the adorable mini-Yoda we can finally talk openly about, and thank god, because the internet is obsessed.
After last week's episode intensified our extreme joy about tiny Kid Green, "Chapter 3" picks up with maximum cuteness: The Child climbs out of his crib aboard Mando's ship, The Razor Crest, to grab at the shiny, silver, metallic ball topper to the engine throttle. Like a pet hopping around your car while you drive, Hairless Mogwai gets fixated on the bauble and wants it. It isn't until the end of the episode, as the Mandalorian speeds back away from the planet (and after his actions have forced his fellow Mandalorians to abandon their cool hang-out), that Kid Green is given the shiny ball. At that point, Mando is covered in his own coveted shiny object: a new set of Beskar armor.
Are we supposed to think that Kid Green -- I will keep calling him this until he has an official name, and maybe even longer, by the way -- has an affinity for the Mandalorian because his bounty hunter pal is shiny? Or is the process of building a reflective (and protective!) new outer shell a story-telling signal that this is a new Mando, who, after committing the titular sinof handing over a baby to former Empire baddies in return for illegally seized blood metal, has adopted a new code as a form of penance? If shiny new armor is symbolic of a clean slate, our main title character might be the only one who manages to wipe his completely clean by episode's end; most of the characters we know on this central planet with the rectangular stone archway from the port have their lives upended by Mando's decision to save his former bounty -- a Guild no-no.
I scream, you scream, we all scream for camtonos
This week's deepest-cutStar Wars reference is about a container. When the Mandalorian returns to Werner Herzog's client with Kid Green, he's given a "camtono" full of Beskar for his troubles. What does a camtono look like? It looks like an ice-cream maker circa 1980. Therein lies the beauty, and why it's a legendary part of Star Wars lore.
When Empire Strikes Back finally came out on home video (that would be on VHS), it gave the first generation of Star Wars fans the chance to watch it on repeat, which led to the discovery of, in the evacuation of Cloud City sequence, a man running through the halls carrying what looked like an ice-cream machine. The fleeing character created a minor sensation amongst the Star Wars community, and eventually fans decided the character needed a name. He was christened "Willrow Hood."
While Jon Favreau had instagrammed a camton a year ago obliquely, the name resurfaced this week ahead of the third episode of The Mandalorian, as one of the Star Wars-themed hashtags on Twitter began generating an emoji when used, which seemed like a very random and deep lore pull -- until the camtono showed up in this week's episode.Over the years, what is plainly an ice-cream maker has been given a bit more importance. The name "camtono" comes from a 2017 viral video of Baby Deltanot saying the words ice cream. The action figure of Willrow Hood -- yes, of coursethere's an action figure -- went a little further with the camtono design to include the Rebel insignia on the bottom.
Originally, the story about good old Willrow Hood was that he must not have been panicking about the Empire's take-over of Cloud City at all, because he had time to grab his ice-cream maker before, oh, running for his life. Over the years, that perception has been turned on its ear to make Willrow Hood's decision more heroic -- his carry-on of choice was actually a safe filled with vital information about the Rebellion's fuel supply routes to keep it out of the hands of Darth Vader and his invading forces. That's the power of fan fixation on a random character. The Mandalorian doubles down on the "it's not an ice cream maker, it's a safe" idea by having the Client open it for us, by folding out the sides to reveal stacks of Beskar. And look: no ice cream.
Mandalorian culture dump
We get more information on the current state of the Mandalorian society when Mando returns to the Covert (definition: "a thicket in which game can hide," so, on this planet, the Mandalorians are the hunted) with his new stack of Beskar. Mando showing up with that much Imperial-stamped metal rubs another Mandalorian the wrong way. The big guy, who is called "Heavy Infantry" in the subtitles, is voiced by series co-creator Jon Favreau, who has voiced two other Star Wars characters before: the multi-armed Rio in Solo: A Star Wars Story and Pre Vizla, the Mandalorian warrior from Star Wars: The Clone Wars. It's been awhile since Favreau has voiced a Mandolorian, and Pre Vizla did not make it out of his series alive, but it does hint that maybe the Vizla clan is still alive and thriving.
The fight between Heavy Infantry and the Mando gives the Armorer (my kingdom for some names) reason enough to join in what is more an exposition dump than a legitimate fight. We learn a bit more about the Mandalorian culture as it exists in this time period in Star Wars as an oppressed culture of warriors on the run.
The "signet" gets another mention, but this week Mando turns down the Mudhorn as his symbol because it "wasn't a clean kill." It doesn't feel like revealing Mando's signet is going to tell us anything about his past anymore, it seems like the signet is earned, like how Teddy Roosevelt gave birth to the Teddy Bear based on perceived achievement, it's not like a family crest that would give biographical information.
This group of Mandalorians only goes above ground one at a time and never takes off their masks or allows them to be removed. Both of those traits are new for Mandalorians in canon. Star Wars: Rebels, the last time we saw Mandalorians on TV, included a Mandalorian named Sabine Wren in the main cast and she rarely wore her helmet when hanging out off-mission. Also, the idea of having multiple houses and clans suggests a society that has previously lived out in the open, but this new iteration wants to preserve the Mandalorian way above all else. "It is the way" is the code they speak to each other.
Judging by all of them coming to his rescue at the end, even though it means they'll have to find a new city or planet to hide out in and build a new forge(INCONVENIENT), they're seriously loyal to each other and "The Foundlings."
Heavy Infantry also refer to "The Great Purge" again, which is a nebulous event. In the show, we've heard that the Beskar was seized by the Empire during "The Purge," but there isn't a canon-specific Mandalorian event we know about referred to as "The Purge." When the Beskar is being crafted, we're treated to another forge flashback montage of Mando's past and can clearly see Clone Wars era (prequel series) technology this time. There's a Droid Army ship that whips through the air and several shots that show B-2 Super Battle droids blasting at the crimson-robed civilians who try to hide their child.
We don't get to see the full flashback yet, this version ends with a super battle droid aiming down at our young hero. It seems likely this is another way Mando bonds with Kid Green: I bet some other Mandalorian rescues young Mando from the battle droids much like our Mando rescued Kid Green from IG-11 at the end of the first episode. It would be a cool way of looping in the idea of the Foundlings taking care of Foundlings...as long as it's not Boba Fett that saves him, that's a bridge too far.
If this present-day covert of Mandalorians is squirreling away Beskar for "The Foundlings," it's starting to look like Mandalorian culture is something that can be adopted by multiple beings - it's not necessarily people who were originally from Mandalore. From what we've seen of Mandalore in canon, nothing looks like the place(s) being attacked by the battle droids: both the architecture and the civilian clothing looks different. Everyone who isn't part of the covert talks about Mandalorians like they're a race, but if no one ever takes off your mask: can't you be a symbol?
Which begs the question again: What is The Great Purge? The only thing that is making sense at the moment is that we're right in the middle of a retroactive continuity change in the way fandom is supposed to refer to a very famous event in Star Wars lore: Order 66.In Revenge of the Sith, Emperor Palpatine gives a simultaneous, galaxy-wide order for all Clone Troopers to turn on their Jedi Masters and kill off the Jedi Order. Jedi: Fallen Order, the newly released video game from Respawn Entertainment, continually refers to Order 66 as "The Purge," which makes sense when we're talking about Jedi who were wiped-out/purged. Order 66 occured at the same time as a major Mandalorian event, the so-called "Siege of Mandalore" is when former Jedi Ahsoka Tano lead Republic Clone troops to free Mandalore from Darth Maul. They were fighting Maul on Mandalore when Order 66 is issued,events that have been depicted in the Ahsoka novel, but not on-screen in animated or live action form…
...until next year. A new "final season" of Star Wars: The Clone Wars is coming to Disney+ in 2020 and it looks like they'll finally get to animate the Siege of Mandalore, which means we'll probably be seeing some animated version of Order 66 sometime soon as well. Does Lucasfilm/Disney want us to refer to these multiple events that ended the Clone Wars as just "The Great Purge" -- one crazy week that messed up Mandalore and the Republic forever? I expect we'll get a few more answers about when battle droids ripped through planets making future Foundlings, but maybe some of those answers will be in a Disney+ animated series.
Dr. Pershing lives!
Okay, back to Kid Green, the only important thing in our and Mando's lives.When Mando can't leave the poor bounty in the care of Werner Herzog, we get another Dr. Pershing sighting and the guy obviously has a Kamino symbol on his shoulder (see last week). There's something clone-ish about him and the Client tells Pershing to gather "the material" from Kid Green as fast as he can. Everyone wants to kill this kid, because this episode implies the Client and Carl Weathers' Greef Karga gave the entire Bounty Hunter's Guild the same bounty at the same time without telling everyone.
Previously, the Client had suggested to Mando that proof of death would still pay, just not as much as delivering a live bounty. That sounds like they need cloning material from Kid Green. That's not to say that Kid Green himself is already a clone -- it's deductive reasoning, not a fact, on the show, but it looks like someone needs the bio-data from Kid Green and the technology of retrieving that data is best done with Kamino Clone technology (or a procedure performed by a Kamino Clone, depending on if more Dr. Pershings show up in the future).
After Mando kills all the Stormtroopers that the Client uses as his security team, he barges in on Dr. Pershing, who insists he has been keeping Kid Green alive. Sure, Kid Green is passed out naked on medical table getting "material" gathered, but he's alive, and that's something! Mando spares Pershing, maybe for helping the Kid. Also, now that Mando has new shiny armor, I would expect only "clean kills" from him now on. I think it aligns more with his new code -- the doctor was straight-up begging and there's no honor in that.
Mando breaks the two codes he lives by this episode: he breaks the Bounty Hunter code multiple times by not leaving the bounty alone after receiving commission and payment AND he breaks the new Mandalorian code by drawing out the whole Covert at the same time. Both of those things happen after the new, shiny, sinless armor has been put on. Mando's done living the dirty life, he's going to live his new clean life for his little Foundling. Who laughs when he finally gets to play with the throttle orb.Too bad every bounty hunter in the galaxy far far away is after them now.
Other details to consider
If this season ends with us not learning the name of the Yoda species but Kid Green "becomes" a Mandalorian and has a helmet that has holes for his ears, I will both die of cuteness and roll my eyes so hard they will fall out of my head.
Was heavy artillery using a vibro-balde dagger to try and shiv Mando in their early episode fight in the Covert?
Shoutout to a theory I heard on the Still Watching: The Mandalorian podcast that the crimson robes glimpsed on young Mando in his family and in flashback are similar to what's described as the clothing of people native to Gatalenta, a planet that appears in the novel Leia, Princess of Alderaan. If that's not the Purge, having it be when Gatalenta was attacked at least ties into some new canon.
Carl Weathers as Greef Karga has the best line-deliveries this episode, with the Twi'lek healing baths, gong hyperdrive on a camtono of spice or sending Mando to the "ocean dunes of Karnac." I'm glad he was saved by the Beskar and Mando didn't really want to kill him, because I'd like more Greef Karga please.
Also more of the Client because Werner Herzog is a great Imperial war lord.
We get our first mention of The New Republic as "a joke." At this point in the canon Mon Mothma is rebuilding a senate and is trying to bring new worlds into the alliance. The New Republic is notoriously bad at chasing down Imperial remnants though (eventually one of them becomes The First Order), so even though it's the grand promise of a new government implied by the Jedi, the New Republic does NOT have a standing army and therefore has no good way to enforce any anti-imperial laws.
Wait, is this season going to end with the Mandalorian getting a Kid Green Signet? That seems very non-threatening. "Mine's a Mudhorn, What's your signet?" "Oh, a tiny frog child."
The complaint that Star Wars is trying to do too much at once has become especially prominent through The Mandalorian's third season, which sees titular Mandalorian Din Djarin (Pedro Pascal) abruptly reunited with his adopted son, Grogu (the frankly appalling real name of Baby Yoda).Are there any Easter eggs in The Mandalorian? ›
One of the first Easter eggs present in The Mandalorian season 3, episode 8 is a unique depiction of Mando's vision. As Din is being escorted away by two of Gideon's troopers after being captured in the preceding episode, a point-of-view shot from inside his helmet is shown.What does Mandalorian season 3 finale mean? ›
Din Djarin formally adopts Grogu as his son in the season 3 finale, which is the only way he could take up the little guy as an apprentice. As a result, the pair need to leave Mandalore and set out on their own so our Baby Yoda can receive training.What ship is in the Mandalorian Season 3 episode 3? ›
The Mandalorian season 3, episode 3 showcases the disarmament of Imperial weaponry. Pershing and Kane sneak into the scrapyards of Coruscant onto an Imperial Star Destroyer. The iconic Star Wars Star Destroyer is abandoned, likely being stripped for parts by the New Republic before being destroyed.What happens to Grogu after Luke died? ›
It was believed that Grogu would eventually become a victim of Kylo Ren's destruction of Luke's Jedi Order. However, The Book of Boba Fett revealed that Grogu chose to follow the Way of the Mandalorian rather than become a Jedi, sparing him from Kylo Ren's wrath.How old is Yoda when he died? ›
Return of the Jedi (1983)
Yoda then peacefully dies at the age of 900, his body disappearing as he becomes "one with the Force".
Operating his new IG-12 mech-suit, Grogu rescues Din Djarin, reaches out with a droid arm, and mists him with bacta spray. At the end of the first season, IG-11 did the same thing to mend Din Djarin's wound when he first removed his helmet.What is the secret of Baby Yoda? ›
The changeling attempted to imitate a Yoda-like creature, but suffered some sort of brain damage, changing the appearance of their new form into an infant. In Baby Yoda's case, this infant is 50 years old, but is an infant all the same.Who is the betrayer in Mandalorian Season 3? ›
The Mandalorian and “The Spies”
Axe Woves: Bo-Katan Kryze's former (and current) follower also made a quick exit during the attack on Mandalore. He notably has a reason to betray Bo-Katan after she challenged him to retake control of their clan and won.
Is Grogu Yoda? According to the events of "The Mandalorian" so far, Grogu and Yoda are not the same character. They are simply from the same species. The name of this species has never been revealed since "Star Wars" creator George Lucas wanted to give Yoda a sense of mystery.
A member of the same species as the Star Wars character Yoda, he is 50 years old during the events of The Mandalorian "Chapter 1: The Mandalorian", but still appears to be an infant because of the pace at which that species matures.Is Mandalorian season 4 confirmed? ›
The Mandalorian's season 4 has been confirmed by show creator Jon Favreau, who even said that he has written the scripts.Is The Mandalorian's ship Anakin's? ›
In an unexpected twist, Mando hit up The Book of Boba Fett and got himself a new ship. And yes, Mando's smooth new ride is the same kind of starfighter flown by young Anakin Skywalker in The Phantom Menace. Here's the history of it, why it was such a big deal in 1999, and why it's perfect that it's back.Who is G68 Mandalorian? ›
Elia Kane (Amnesty Officer G68) The Mandalorian Season Three Poster - Lucasfilm Ltd. Elia Kane's mysterious and manipulative characterization would not be effective without Dr. Pershing's determination to resume his cloning research.Who is the big Mandalorian? ›
In-universe, Vizsla is the name of one of the largest Mandalorian clans. Paz Vizsla is physically portrayed by Tait Fletcher, a stunt performer and former mixed martial artist, whose face remains concealed by Vizsla's helmet.Is Grogu killed by KYLO Ren? ›
While fans don't know the state of Grogu's well-being in the sequel trilogy, his ties to Mandalore might explain why Kylo Ren doesn't kill him. It's likely Grogu stays with Din Djarin and the Mandalorians, and never returns to embark on his training with Luke.Where is Grogu when Luke died? ›
Grogu survived the Great Jedi Purge and was hidden away. Grogu was rediscovered by a remnant of the Galactic Empire after it fell, and became known to many simply as "The Child," during the New Republic Era. However Grogu was rescued by Din Djarin, a Mandalorian bounty hunter where he became a foundling.Who is Grogu's biological father? ›
Basically, Grogu is either the illicit love child of Yoda and Yaddle, was conceived by the Force, or was conceived by same unnamed individuals from Yoda's species.How did Anakin lose his arm? ›
After Count Dooku severed the right arm of Anakin Skywalker in the opening battle of the Clone War, a mechno-arm was grafted to what was left. Luke Skywalker had much of one grafted to his wrist after Darth Vader severed his hand at Cloud City.What is Yodas full name? ›
The character's name was later changed to be “Minch Yoda” in the first draft of The Empire Strikes Back screenplay by Leigh Brackett. The name was changed again to the shorter “Yoda.”
A year later, with his health rapidly declining, Yoda died of old age and became one with the Force in 4 ABY, shortly before Luke redeemed his father Anakin, who fulfilled his destiny as the Chosen One by killing Sidious.Who was protecting Grogu? ›
Related Articles. The Nikto hideout was an encampment located on the desert world Arvala-7 that was controlled by a gang of Nikto mercenaries in 9 ABY, guarding an infant named Grogu. At that time, the bounty hunters IG-11 and Din Djarin raided the encampment during their search for Grogu.Can Mandalorians show their face to family? ›
That's because, as Season 1 of The Mandalorian underlines, true Mandalorians are forbidden from ever taking their helmets in front of others.What clan is Din Djarin? ›
Din Djarin and Grogu, the two members of Clan Mudhorn.Why does Baby Yoda look old? ›
We're told in the first episode that Baby Yoda is 50 years old, but obviously he's…a baby. The droid bounty hunter IG-11 waves this away by simply saying that “species age differently,” and fair enough. The original Yoda died at the ripe old age of 900, so clearly his people have a very long life cycle.What does Baby Yoda have in his mouth? ›
Baby Yoda is seen eating his first hot meal — a cup of bone broth — and a beloved meme is born. Later, he catches a froglike creature and puts it in his mouth, but he spits it out when he sees kids laughing at him.Who are the Red Mandalorians? ›
The Elite Praetorian Guards, better known as the Praetorian Guards, are loyal and strong guards dressed in red, their identities are unknown as they keep their red helmets on at all times.Is Elia Kane a clone? ›
Elia Kane, designated as Amnesty Officer G68 under the New Galactic Republic, was a Human clone of the Mandalorian Bounty Hunter Jango Fett. As one of the very last Fett clones, she was highly loyal to the First Galactic Empire.Is Elia Kane a bad guy? ›
Type of Villain
Elia Kane is the secondary antagonist of the 2019 Disney+ Star Wars streaming series The Mandalorian, serving as the secondary antagonist of both Seasons 2 and 3.
After ably deflecting the bolts from the clone troopers, Beq took off on the speeder through the skies of nighttime Coruscant with Grogu by his side. Still chased by the clones, he avoided their attack, and, with the help of some Senate guards, he and Grogu boarded a ship and escaped via lightspeed.
Who Saved Grogu From Order 66? As depicted in "Chapter 20: The Foundling," Grogu was rescued from the attack on the Jedi Temple by Jedi Master Kelleran Beq. Beq completed the daring escape that got Grogu to safety, then escaped the attack with his life.Who is the female Yoda? ›
The quiet Yaddle was a member of the same mysterious species as the revered Jedi Master Yoda. Yaddle sat on the Jedi Council with her fellow green-skinned diminutive Force-user. By the time of the Clone Wars, she was no longer on the Council.How old is Skywalker in Boba Fett? ›
Spoilers for The Book of Boba Fett, episode six ahead
Star Wars' current plan for its future is heavily focused on Disney Plus TV shows set in the post-Return of the Jedi era, like The Mandalorian and The Book of Boba Fett, set five years after Return of the Jedi, where Luke is roughly 28 years old.
The species had a very long life expectancy, spanning at least several centuries; Yoda lived nearly a thousand years before dying of old age, and they aged very slowly, remaining in infancy for at least fifty standard years.How old is Boba Fett? ›
In the current canon, Boba Fett is 10 in "Clones," 35 in "Empire," and 36 in "Jedi." As of 2023, in Star Wars Insider #217, "The Mandalorian" Season 1 and Season 2 plus "The Book of Boba Fett" are all 9 ABY, which makes Boba Fett 41 years old in those seasons.Will Grogu become a Jedi? ›
Yoda's History Makes It Even More Likely Grogu Will Be Part Of Rey's Jedi Order. Grogu's journey as a Jedi is starting to look similar to Yoda's, meaning he might become a Jedi Master in Rey's New Jedi Order Star Wars movie.Is The Darksaber Destroyed? ›
In a twist of events during the climax of Season 3 of The Mandalorian, Katee Sackhoff's Bo-Katan Kryze and Giancarlo Esposito's Moff Gideon were facing off when the latter destroyed the Darksaber.Is Moff Gideon a Sith? ›
Given his fierce loyalty to the Galactic Empire and ability to wield the Darksaber, some questioned if he was a Force-sensitive or Sith Lord. However, it appears that he is neither. He was simply a human male who worked in the Imperial Security Bureau during the reign of the Galactic Empire.Is Anakin's lightsaber Luke's? ›
Anakin Skywalker carried this blue-bladed Jedi weapon throughout the Clone Wars. After dueling his former apprentice on Mustafar, Obi-Wan Kenobi took Anakin's lightsaber and kept it on Tatooine for nearly two decades. He gave it to Luke Skywalker, who lost it when Darth Vader struck off his son's hand in Cloud City.What is Anakin's ships name? ›
Anakin Skywalker and Ahsoka Tano escaped from Teth aboard the battered spice freighter Twilight, surviving a crash landing on Tatooine. Anakin had the ship salvaged and repaired for a number of reasons.
These wedge-shaped one-man starfighters were built for the Jedi Order. The Delta-7's designers worked with the Jedi to create a starfighter for pilots with Force-aided reflexes, stripping down the fighters' systems and making their controls as responsive as possible.Who is trooper 1 Mandalorian? ›
The Mandalorian (TV Series 2019– ) - Jason Sudeikis as Bike Scout Trooper #1 - IMDb.Who is the female Jedi in Mando? ›
Ahsoka Tano as she appeared in seasons 3–5 of The Clone Wars. In 2020, Ahsoka made her first live-action debut in the second season of the Disney+ series The Mandalorian, portrayed by Rosario Dawson.Is there a Mando Jedi? ›
Tarre Vizsla was a Force-sensitive human male who, as a child, was inducted into the Jedi Order around 1050 BBY, becoming the first Mandalorian to do so. Tarre eventually became a Jedi Knight. Vizsla created the Darksaber during his time as a Jedi.Who is the most badass Mandalorian? ›
- 8 Paz Vizsla.
- 7 Bo-Katan Kryzef.
- 6 Fennec Shand.
- 5 Din Djarin.
- 4 Boba Fett.
- 3 Grogu.
- 2 Ahsoka Tano.
- 1 Luke Skywalker.
Mandalorians do marry and can marry anyone they want. Although I was surprised to discover that, “weddings typically happen immediately after a Mandalorian turns sixteen years old”. Same-sex marriage is allowed, and the weddings tend to be simple.Does Mando get Grogu back in season 3? ›
Ultimately Grogu makes the decision to quit Jedi training and return to Mando.How come Grogu is back in season 3? ›
During a visit, Din asks Luke to offer Grogu a choice, which Luke agrees to. He presents Grogu with Din's gift of a Beskar chain mail shirt, and his own gift of Yoda's lightsaber. Grogu picks the Beskar, and is reluctantly brought back to Din, reuniting the two.How old is Grogu in season 3? ›
However, there is some evidence to suggest Grogu's age throughout The Mandalorian and The Book of Boba Fett, as well as how much time passes between seasons. Speaking last year, Jon Favreau suggested that Grogu is now around 53 in The Mandalorian season 3.Will Grogu speak in Mandalorian season 3? ›
Still, Grogu (himself) remained mute. Fans have no doubt noticed that The Mandalorian Season 3 has found Din Djarin's (Pedro Pascal) companion and adopted son already more vocal. His coos and tiny noises have been increasing, and audiences can tell he's both trying to express himself and communicate.
In Season 2, Din removes his helmet to say goodbye to Grogu after leaving his surrogate son in the care of Luke Skywalker (Mark Hamill). It's a touching moment that proves how much Din loves Grogu, to the point of betraying the Children of the Watch's teachings.How old is Grogu in human years? ›
Grogu appears to be the youngest known member of Yoda's species. He is only 50 years old, and he is still developmentally an infant. For the whole first season of The Mandalorian™, they referred to him only as the Child.
Grogu constructed his lightsaber under the guidance and supervision of Luke Skywalker, his Master, soon after beginning his training under him.Who will save Grogu? ›
In The Mandalorian Season 3 Episode 4, we finally learned who saved Grogu from the Jedi Temple during Order 66. None other than Jedi Master Kelleran Beq, The Sabered Hand.Who is Grogu's father? ›
Grogu's First Word Was Actually 'Patu' – But What Does It Mean? Warning: This article contains major spoilers for the second episode of "The Mandalorian" season 3. Our little Grogu is growing up!Does Luke give Grogu Yoda's lightsaber? ›
Luke Skywalker eventually had the lightsaber in his possession after Yoda's death in 4 ABY. Five years later, he offered the weapon to Grogu in a choice against obtaining beskar armor. However, Grogu chose the beskar armor over the lightsaber and went back to Din Djarin.Did Grogu choose Mando? ›
After being given an impossible choice by Luke Skywalker in Boba Fett Episode 6, Grogu chooses to leave Yoda's lightsaber behind and join his surrogate father Mando (aka Din Djarin) once again.