He looked too real, except for one point when I thought it didn't look like him at all.Luke did look good. Better than the young Leia at the end of Rogue One
I wonder though, is that story going to be quite as exciting? I'll miss seeing Grogu! Can Seasons 3+ ever live up to the expectations of Season 2?I suspect that Grogu's absence is to save him from the fight that Mando is going to bring to the Mandalore.
I don't think the Dark Trooper droids were wearing Beskar. Their body plates stopped everything Mando threw at them except his trusty Beskar spear, which abruptly ended the fight. Even the Darksaber couldn't do any more than give the spear a brief red hot spot.What I don't get is that how he was able to cut through the Beskar plates when nothing else has worked on them. Is the really true that the light sabres can cut through anything?
I thought that the Beskar was developed, because the Mandalorians needed something to protect themselves against the power. I get that Force could crunch them, but for sabre to cut through the plates so easily, not so much.
You take Grogu away, what's left of his character development? Zero. Grogu has been his sole reason to exist as a character in this show. He wants nothing.
I disagree. He has changed a great deal since we saw him first time on that ice planet. For example, instead of being a stubborn git, he's listening these days and the helmet, it came off. In this and in the last episode. The fighting style is also getting improved.
There is a lot of character development, but it's not all his show and if we only saw him, it would be somewhat boring series.
Wookieepedia said:After rescuing her father from Imperial custody and destroying the superweapon she had built while an Imperial cadet, Sabine offered the Darksaber over to Lady Bo-Katan Kryze, the sister of the former Duchess, whom she deemed to be the rightful person to lead the Mandalorians against the Empire. Bo-Katan was reluctant to accept the mantle of leader, but with the support of the other clans, agreed and accepted the Darksaber.
I took it as that she lost the dark sabre as a result of combat and now needs to win it in combat to deserve it again.On the subject of Bo-Katan refusing the Dark Saber offered to her by Din Djarin on account of needing to earn the saber by fighting for it:
This is from the #1 SW encyclopaedia online... Now I haven't seen Rebels so I cannot confirm this is what happened, but can anyone explain how this makes sense? She was offered the dark saber once but is now for some reason reluctant to take it without a fight?
She was offered the dark saber once but is now for some reason reluctant to take it without a fight?
"It was very tricky because it's very hard to keep a secret nowadays, especially with Star Wars, because people are so curious about it," Favreau told Good Morning America about Hamill's top-secret Star Wars return. "There are so many people involved with the process, with visual effects finishing, making it, filming it, the studios, everything."
Because "every piece of casting leaked" ahead of season 2, Favreau added, "We were so scared right up until it aired that our surprise cameo was going to leak too."
"But we started off the whole series with the Baby Yoda reveal, with the Grogu reveal, that was a secret that everybody was really blown away by," Favreau said of the Mandalorian's (Pedro Pascal) first meeting with the Child at the end of the show's premiere episode in 2019. "Part of that is not telling too many people, not having merchandise that’s being tooled up and announced and that kind of thing."
Set some five years after 1983's Return of the Jedi, the Peyton Reed-directed episode used top-shelf technology and a body double (Max Lloyd Jones) to reveal a decades-younger Luke when the Jedi Master boards Moff Gideon's (Giancarlo Esposito) Imperial light cruiser at the end of "The Rescue."
"And then to have the very last episode, to have Mark Hamill actually on set filming, and us using whatever technology we had available to de-age him and try to make him look as much like he did in the old films," Favreau said.
Reacting to his season-ending cameo over the weekend, Hamill tweeted that preserving the secret "for over a year with no leaks is nothing less than a miracle," calling it a "real triumph for spoiler-haters everywhere."
Do you think there will be a season 3? I thought that this was the end. a good end, and maybe a new story at a later date, but the end of the Mandalorian as we know it is possible because of the way it ended.
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