You go back in the episode where I show Sabine from the Rebels holding a sabre. There is only one of them in the Mandalorian legends, and it's called the Black Sabre.How do you know that it was Black Sabre that Moff Gideon used?
They called him Foundling, not Yodaling. I believe Foundling relates to way Mandalorians adopt people now and it's not the name of the species.From the dialogue I gather that Mando is to find the Yoda planet (will we ever get a name instead of Baby Yoda or our "Yodaling?") and return him
I think you are taking this the wrong way. He has not lost a family but gained one. There are still Mandalorians out there. The Imperials could not have purged them all, even if it is suitable for the story to present him as the lonely soldier. I said this before, when Emperor purged Nightsisters and Nightbrothers that it is possible there are still their species around the galaxy. Darth Maul survived the death.I was very disappointed that Mando has now lost all of his "family." I loved the interaction between him and the drop trooper and IG 11. I am afraid the story will be the worse for it. I am utterly convinced that stories that ring true are "family" stories. Family stories meaning with a group working together. That's why Swiss Family Robinson is at it's heart a much more believable tale than "Robinson Crusoe."
Save us from that!!!! I would hate darker. It's plenty dark enough as it is.Thing is, they could take this a notch towards darker world, but I'll doubt it happens.
Yes, I agree that "foundling" refers to any orphaned child that the Mandalorians keep and train. One of the major things I like about the Mandalorians. (I am fully aware that Yadaling is our ingroup way of speaking of the unnamed child, which popular media has dubbed "baby Yoda.")They called him Foundling, not Yodaling. I believe Foundling relates to way Mandalorians adopt people now and it's not the name of the species.
It's not just the colour. It's the shape of the blade, which is quite unique compared to normal blades. Also the handle is unique. If you look closely, you'll see it has dark heart and bright, whiteish edge. There might be a couple of places where you might find old school sabres, like the Sith Temple. But I'll doubt they would go that far as it's more likely Moff occupied Mandalorian and stole/found the blade. By holding the sabre makes him the ruler - if he won it in the combat.Because you helped me understand a few episodes back, I know some of the legend of the darksaber. If Moff Gideon has the darksaber I didn't recognize it. I thought of it as just another color of light saber. I've been watching the original 9 movies and there doesn't seem to be any relationship to color other than individual choice that I can see. If it is the darksaber, I wouldn't have thought that wielding it necessarily made one a Mandalorian but it seems you think he is. Is Moff Gideon a Mandalorian then?
DarksaberAccording to Mandalorian custom, one could only obtain the Darksaber by defeating the previous owner in combat. Should they have claimed it any other way, their claim was considered illegitimate
It doesn't need to be magnified and troopers playing extra stupid. I know their quality went down considerably over the years, but making it that lousy works once, and in following watches the comedy value diminishes.LOL, have to disagree, I thought that scene was a nice bit of light relief, especially the allusion to storm troopers' famously lousy aim.
Hoverbikes. They are armed.How on earth did they manage to take down Kuiil though?