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The Mandalorian is a Disney + series set in the Star Wars universe that takes place after the fall of the Empire and before the emergence of the First Order, the series follows Mando, a bounty hunter belonging to the legendary tribe of the Mandalorian, a lone gunman working in the far reaches of the galaxy, where the authority of the New Republic does not reach.
The Mandalorian characters
Find out everything there is to know about the characters in this exciting series.
Mando, The Mandalorian, Din Djarin
The Mandalorian is a legendary warrior of the Mandalorians. He works as a bounty hunter to raise money for the Mandalorian tribes. Although he is not native to Mandalore, they take his Beskar armor very seriously. He doesn't like working for the guild, but he has no choice. He is an honest gunslinger who abides by the strict Mandalorian codes.
We don't know much about Baby Yoda beyond the fact that he is not Yoda. Neither a Yoda from the future, nor from the past. He's of the same race, the Force is intense in him, he likes to play with the ship's controls, he's grown fond of Mando, he's 50 years old and doesn't wear diapers.
Cara Dune is now a low-profile hustler hiding out on the planet Sorgan. She is a former Republic shock trooper. We only know about them that after the Battle of Endor, she pursued with Leia Organa's Rapid Action Forces former Imperial warlords for the Rebel Alliance. She left the rebels and became a mercenary because she was not convinced by what they were doing.... She is a great fighter and the best ally Din Djarin, the Mandalorian, could find.
Greef Karga is a cross between a middleman and a bounty hunter's representative, the bridge between clients and their problem solvers. He and Mando have known each other for a long time, and although he seems to be unscrupulous, he's not: he's another man of principle. The problem is that now in the Galaxy, priorities have changed and the best decisions are not always made.
It's a truism, but IG-11, smartass, is not IG-88. It looks like it, but it's not the same droid we see in 'The Empire Strikes Back'. The droid has also been hired to track down Baby Yoda, even though he received explicit orders to kill the Kid. As IG-11 and Mando make their way into the complex where Baby is located, IG-11 attempts to self-destruct rather than be killed by the Niktos. But he will wage more war and we will find out what he really is....
Is Kuiil the guy who freezes Han Solo in carbonite? Hmmm. Give it a whirl. He worked for the Empire as an engineer, so, hey, anything can be. Kuill is a farmer on a mysterious desert planet who helps the Mandalorian without really expecting anything in return. We learn that he was sold to the Imperial army (come on, he didn't get in under his own steam) and fought alongside them until he regained his freedom.