Season 2 of The Mandalorian took us to corners of the Star Wars universe that we had never seen before and made us look at some familiar places in a new light, and there was also the return of one The main character from the original trilogy – and allowing him to be the badass he never saw in the movies – showed off a last-minute cameo from one of Star Wars’ greatest heroes, and put the live on action versions of some of the characters so far A lot has happened, including one final scene (excluding the epilogue) that messed up the status quo of the show itself, but that’s not the only unanswered question the Mandalorian left dangling as we moved on to a third Waiting season Let’s start with the biggest question of all …

It sure looks like it, doesn’t it? The final scene, pre-credits, ends with Grogu walking over to him, raising his arms like a toddler, and then snuggling up to Luke before being hurled next to R2-D2, Jedi training isn’t a short process and it looks like it as if Grogu was going to stay with Luke for a while despite Mando promising to see him again Did Grogu leave the show? As one of the fastest-loved characters in Star Wars, this seems highly unlikely, but let’s at least consider the possibility that the series is called The Mandalorian, not The Mandalorian & Grogu (and even if it was called that, the Laverne & prevented Shirley not mind going on without Shirley for most of his final season) It is possible that Mando’s adventures with Grogu have an expiration date and that our Mandalorian hero will have adventures without him in future seasons

There is nothing in the rulebook to say this can’t happen. Will it happen? Right now, probably only Jon Favreau, Dave Filoni, and a narrow circle of staff know about it, and it certainly wouldn’t be surprising if season three held Grogu back for at least a while, considering how much Mando’s eyes are given what we saw in the season finale , would go up well

There are two ways of looking at this, and neither precludes the other. Both times were under exceptional circumstances In “Chapter 15: The Believer” he had no choice but to take off the helmet when trying to save Grogu In ” Chapter 16: The Salvation “left him essentially without choice in his bond with Grogu for other reasons: he owed it to the little guy he treated like a son to look him in the eye. It was even higher code than that that he wanted to stick to as a Mandalorian What the other possibility raises: Mando has begun to deviate from the Mandalorian code Thanks to Bo-Katan and her companions, he has learned that there are other ways to be Mandalorian. He’s a bit like someone who has lived in a strict religious order and after having lived among people with different convictions has started to question his upbringing. It is important that his helmet is in the last (ish) setting g remains at his feet, one that leaves him in the company of Bo-Katan and Koska Reeves, characters he’ll likely spend some time with in season three? Maybe!

We don’t know much about Luke’s life between the end of the Jedi’s return and his reappearance on the distant planet Ach-To at the end of The Force Awakens, but what we do know is not a good sign that Grogu Luke tried the Jedi – Restoring order to powerful students, however, those students also included his nephew Ben Solo (later known as Kylo Ren), and Ben’s murderous twist ended Luke’s efforts in a dramatic manner. Is Grogus Fate To Be Murdered By Ben Solo? That seems too obscure a phrase, but out of the question

The Mandalorian has inspired two confirmed spin-offs, Ahsoka and Rangers of the New Republic. Many have interpreted the post-credits scene of this finale as the announcement of a third spin-off called The Book of Boba Fett, thanks to a card that read ” The Book of Boba Fett, Coming December 2021 “Will we get a Boba Fett series then? TBD Disney had previously announced December 2021 as the premiere date for the third season of The Mandalorian Hence, it is possible to read “The Book of Boba Fett” as the title for the third season and not as a discrete split. But who knows?

Well, Jabba is dead, Bib Fortuna is an obvious buzzkill, and would you like to be in a place where previous visitors had the chance to end up dead? In addition, there is no longer a rancor monster that entertains everyone So why bother?

That’s not really a question, but don’t feel bad for the guy he should have known he was too weak-willed to sit on Jabba’s throne

Not much Ahsoka was heralded as a limited series run by Favreau and Filoni, with Rosario Dawson returning to the role As good as her episode “Chapter 13: The Jedi” was, it had the unmistakable feel of a backdoor pilot And hey, that’s how it turned out! We know even less about Rangers of the New Republic, another Favreau and Filoni company. Will there be the two X-Wing pilots we met in the second episode of this season? That wouldn’t be a surprise

This is unknown, of course, but Favreau and Filoni have kept The Mandalorian quality remarkably high from the first episode on, so there’s no reason to bet against them, on the other hand, the creators sometimes spread too thin, and they seem having significantly increased their workload One thing is for sure, there will be plenty of Star Wars spin-offs, not all of which are directly linked to The Mandalorian. CBS All Access’s strategy is to have a new Star Trek series of the one year-round or another way of having the announcement of nine new Star Wars series feels like the moment Disney gets my beer under control

It seemed possible that she would show up in the finale, but no, she must be too busy to take out Thrawn

We didn’t see as much of Carl Weathers as expected, did we? However, Weathers shot one of the best episodes of the season (“Chapter 12: The Siege”) Maybe that’s what bothered him

Ahsoka knows his name, but who named him? We really have no idea where the name comes from or what it means

The Mandalorian takes place on the Outer Rim, so it is appropriate that we, like the residents of the Outer Rim, only receive rumors and clues about what is going on closer to the heart of the galaxy’s Imperial Remains suggests that it is is a place of struggle and disorder, but whether this is a projection or not we do not know

That was never revealed. We know he seems to have lost his armor in the process. But his connection to the Clone Wars and clone technology opens up other possibilities. Perhaps this answer is somewhere in Boba Fett’s book

Do you remember Omera, the kind (and sharp shooting) widow who seemed to win back Mando’s heart in Chapter 4: Sanctuary? It seems like we’ll have to see her again sometime, but not this season

They seemed happy enough with their spawn the last time we saw them let’s just leave them there

Here’s another detail in support of the possibility that Grogu is now Grogone: Mando lost his ship when the razor crest was spectacularly blown up, but the razor crest seemed almost as central to the series as Grogu, however now it’s gone forever

The door remains open for Bill Burr to return as an amoral ex-imperial but will his political awakening continue?

Looking at Dr In Pershing’s laboratory on Nevarro, he and Moff Gideon apparently did some pretty dark experiments with clones, and it seems likely that they were out to get Grogus midichlorian-rich blood to to create something? Maybe soldiers who are even more powerful than the Dark Troopers? Both Gideon and Pershing stay alive, but they may not be ready to talk about their efforts

The season ends with Moff Gideon in the care of Mando, Bo-Katan, Koska Reeves, Boba Fett and Fennec Shand Boba and Fennec seem to have done by themselves.This leaves Gideon (and Pershing) in the hands of people, they really don’t like, although it remains unclear what they will do with them

Mando doesn’t want it Bo-Katan wants it but can’t just take it as a gift At some point they’ll have to fight and fight in such a way that they create a story that Bo-Katan, the true owner of the Darksabers, leaves behind something that needs to be addressed in season three, and done pretty quickly. This Darksaber won’t guide himself

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