I think he was trying mind control. But in there is no such thing in known force powers. So, the only option is Force Lift or Telekinesis as we know it. Zero has zero amount of midiclorians to give him life. Therefore, he is more difficult to manipulate than the HornedBeast. But we also know that the Child is not trained. He is using his natural talents, and while he is in baby state, he might not use the Force as fast as he should.Another question this episode brings up is the limits of the power of the Yodaling. Was he trying and failing to effect the Droid near the end? It wasn't clear to me.
Yeah, that right. He made enemies as he has done in every episode. But he didn't destroy the space station, New Republic did. So in that way he has done nothing wrong and his moral code is intact. Nobody died that didn't need to die, which can be strange if you compare to Mandalorians in the Rebels. Or how they were back in the days.By all rights he shouldn't have survived the prison barge mission, but he did. But he has made some powerful enemies among the criminal element as well as the Guild.
First of all, I think there's starting to be increasingly less point in calling anything a filler episode! With two more episodes left to go, and a second season in development, clearly nobody's in any hurry to get where they're going. I think we're in for the long haul, guys. But who's disappointed?So what Mando should really do?
To Dave and Jon it has been about good stories as the money aspect has come later on. They knew that they were going to receive a lot of flack if The Mandalorian cocked up. Writing for a 20 minute slot is very different than doing a full length 40 minute one. It doesn't give much of room for anything, but they have managed to grow characters and the universe in that time slot.But how many other times have the interests of making more money taken precedence over the interests of good story?
Without a doubt that's the reason just got a prompt on my phone telling me exactly that.(Possibly because of Rise of Skywalker's planned release on the twentieth?)