February 22, 2024

Editor’s Note: The following contains minor spoilers for The Mandalorian Season 3 Episode 4.In “Chapter 20: The Foundling,” our attention turns to Din Djarin (Peter Pascal) and Grogu. Bo-Katan with Kryze (Katee Sackhoff), they approach the Guardian Children, training and fighting together. It’s the shortest in the third season so far, but this episode the mandalorian still includes many hidden connections. This is the way.


Ragnar Vizsla The Mandalorian Season 3 Episode 4
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Episode nickname, discoveries are the main focus of this episode. When Din and Bo-Katan join the Children of the Guard, as the Mandalorians train their children, Grogu finds himself in the friendly company of the other foundlings. “It’s time to learn from others found.” Din insists that Grogu begin more training, and Grogu immediately demonstrates incredible ability. Wesley Kimmel (Nephew of the talk show presenter Jimmy Kimmel) Ragnar returns as Vizsla, Grogu’s training opponent and found taken by a pterosaur creature.


Mandalorian weaponry

Grogu with Darts The Mandalorian Season 3 Episode 4
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After training, many familiar weapons are used. Vibroblades, usually for Mandalorians, swipe and slash. There are the EE-3 carbine rifles, popularized by bounty hunter Boba Fett himself, and even Grogu takes Mandalorian weapons in the form of training darts.

Peaks of Kyrimorut

Katee Sackhoff The Mandalorian Season 3 Episode 4
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When planning Ragnar’s rescue, Bo-Katan is confident in the mission thanks to his training. The pterosaur has taken Ragnar to a mountain peak, which they must climb to avoid detection. He mentions his experience climbing the peaks of Kyrimorut, a remote fortress on the planet Mandalore. During the Clone Wars, it also served as a safe haven for clone troopers who decided to leave the Grand Army of the Republic.

Screaming blacks

Shrief-hawk The Mandalorian Season 3 Episode 4
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Speaking of pterosaurs, the Shriek-hawk’s seal can be seen by the Mandalorian members of Clan Vizsla, including the kidnapped Ragnar, and his father Paz Vizsla (Tait Fletcher). A black howler was a Mandalorian bird-like predator, and the sigil depicts the creature in a downward position, recalling how the beast would dive for prey.

Order 66

Order 66 takes place on Coruscant in The Mandalorian Season 3 Episode 4
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As he wields The Armorer Forge in front of Grogu, he summons the heart of Mandalorian culture. “Forge can reveal weaknesses.” As he breaks down on his knees, the image sends Grogu into a flashback of past trauma. take a deeper look at the events of Revenge of the Sith, Grog recalls his escape from Coruscant. After Palpatine ordered the execution of Order 66, the clone troopers turned on all Jedi, including the young ones.

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Temuera Morrison

Boba Fett sits at a table and drinks
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You will always know that voice. After playing Jango Fett Attack of the Clones, Temuera Morrison returned to the world Star Wars in both the mandalorian and Boba Fett’s book as a legendary bounty hunter. As Jango Fett served as the blueprint for the entire clone army, Morrison voiced and visually portrayed each clone trooper in the prequel films. He’s back here again to give soldiers a voice as they enforce Order 66.

Ahmed Best

Ahmed Best The Mandalorian Season 3 Episode 4
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A triumphant return Star Warsthe actor Ahmed Best Kelleran takes on the role of Beq, a Jedi Master tasked with overseeing young Padawans. He played Jar Jar Binks in the three prequel films, and has expressed his gratitude to fans for their warm reception once again. Star Wars world. During the flashback, it is revealed that this Jedi was the key to Grogu’s escape. With the help of Royal Naboo Security forces, Kelleran and Grogu are able to quickly escape into hyperspace to survive the destruction of Order 66.

The peak of Umate

Umate's Peak on Coruscant The Mandalorian Season 3 Episode 4
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As Grogu and his Jedi savior Kelleran Beq race to evacuate Coruscant, we get all the familiar landscapes of the planet covered by the city, the iconic backdrop. Star Wars background We will also see the summit of Umat, the highest mountain below the city structure and the only part of the planet’s surface that remains uncovered. This visually ties The Mandalorian to the first three Star Wars episodes, as we encountered this previous climactic episode with Dr. Pershing.

H-Type Nubian Yacht, LAAT and V-Wings

Ahmed Best Kelleran as Beq in The Mandalorian Season 3 Episode 4
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iconic Star Wars there are plenty of spaceships throughout Grogu’s flashback. A Nubian yacht of the H type became known for the first time The Phantom Menace When he brought Qui-Gon Jinn, Obi-Wan Kenobi and Padme Amidala to Tatooine to meet a young Anakin Skywalker. In this episode, it serves as an escape pod for Grogu and Kelleran Beq. The Low Altitude Assault Transport (LAAT) was the main transport of the Grand Army of the Republic during the Clone Wars. Fans will remember Jedi Master Yoda’s ride on a LAAT Attack of the Clones, and there is something sinisterly ironic about these gunships now chasing Grogu. After he and Kelleran leave the surface of Coruscant in the Nubian starship, a fleet of V-wings come in pursuit. In previously seen films and Star Wars: The Clone WarsThe Alpha-3 Nimbus-class V-wing starwings were the forerunners of the TIE fighters, their silhouettes echoed in the latter’s design.

Mudhorn clan

Grogu with the Mudhorn Seal The Mandalorian Season 3 Episode 4
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When Grogu comes out of his flashback, he completes the gift the Armorer gave him. It is a tradition for the Mandalorians to give the shards of armor they earn to their finders, and the first piece of armor from Grogu’s Forge bears the seal of Clan Mudhorn, the new Mandalorian clan formed by Din Djarin. Towards the end of the first season, Din is attacked by the mudhorn, a large horned beast. Grogu has saved and growing Force sensitivity, so the mud horn makes a suitable sigil.

A call to Qui-Gon

Shriek-hawk's death in The Mandalorian Season 3 Episode 4
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After the Mandalorians successfully rescue their find from the pterosaur’s clutches, the giant beast pursues them towards shelter. However, save mode represents a smart callback The Phantom Menace, earlier this season when the crocodile-like creature bursts out of the water, consuming the predatory pterosaur. “There’s always a bigger fish,” as Qui-Gon Jinn would say.

Views of the Mitosaurus

Bo-Katan looking at the Mythosaur Seal from The Mandalorian Season 3 Episode 4
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At the end of the episode, the Armorer brings Bo-Katan to the Forge to repair his shoulder greaves. Their conversation shows a growing trust between them, with Bo-Katan opening up more comfortably. After requesting the Mythosaur seal, which the Armorer confirms belongs to all Mandalorians, Bo-Katan trusts his experience of witnessing the legendary beast. Causing Bo-Katan to question his memory, the Armorer tells him that he would be very lucky to have such a vision. “When you choose to walk the Mand’alor Trail, you will see many things.”

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