Din Djarin aka The Mandalorian has been looking for different Mandalorians for the display’s complete 2nd season up to now. However in episode 3, he after all unearths some. At the small planet of Trask, the place he delivered the Frog Woman he stored from Ice Spiders, the Mandalorian met a small squad of Mandalore natives. However whilst those characters have been all new to Din, a couple of of them are returning faces for lots of Superstar Wars fanatics.
Right here’s a short lived advent, or reintroduction, to the entire necessary characters that confirmed up or were given discussed in The Mandalorian Bankruptcy 11, “The Heiress.”
[Ed. note: This post contains spoilers from The Mandalorian season 2 episode 3, as well as Star Wars: Rebels and Star Wars: The Clone Wars.]
Bo-Katan Kryze (Katee Sackhoff)
As she explains within the episode, Bo-Katan is a native-born Mandalorian, and the rightful ruler of the planet. She’s a personality that’s proven up regularly in Superstar Wars: Rebels and Superstar Wars: The Clone Wars, however this used to be her first look in live-action — even though she used to be performed through the similar actor in all 3 collection. After we ultimate noticed Bo-Katan in Rebels, she used to be the ruler of Mandalore and in ownership of the Darksaber, however it kind of feels, because of the Nice Purge, she misplaced each.
Koska Reeves (Sasha Banks)
Koska Reeves is a brand new persona to the Superstar Wars universe. We all know that she’s a Mandalorian, and due to her armor, we will inform that she used to be a member of the Nite Owls, a small squad of feminine Mandalorian warriors led through Bo-Katan. Bo-Katan’s Nite Owl faction fought in opposition to Darth Maul when he in short held keep an eye on of the planet of Mandalore, but it surely’s unclear if Reeves used to be a part of that combat, or if she’s a more moderen addition to the Nite Owls. Reeves is performed through Mercedes Varnado, who is best identified through her WWE Famous person level title, Sasha Banks.
Awl Woves (Simon Kassianides)
Awl Woves is every other Mandalorian follower of Bo-Katan, and every other new addition to the universe from The Mandalorian. Whilst Woves does put on blue beskar armor, very similar to the ones of the Nite Owls, it doesn’t seem that he’s a member of the historically all-female workforce since he doesn’t have the owl-like designs painted on his helmet.
Ahsoka Tano (Rosario Dawson)
Ahsoka handiest were given a short lived point out on the finish of this episode, however it kind of feels she’s going to be the most important a part of the tale in The Mandalorian’s no longer too far away long run. Ahsoka used to be a former Jedi who fought along Obi-Wan Kenobi, and used to be the apprentice of Anakin Skywalker right through the Clone Wars — even though she left the Jedi Order earlier than the warfare ended. After the autumn of the Republic she briefly joined the resistance in hopes of forestalling the Empire and Darth Vader. In a while after the Combat of Endor, Tano went with a Mandalorian named Sabine Wren on a quest around the galaxy to search out their pal and fellow post-Republic Jedi, Ezra Bridger. In line with Bo-Katan, Tano is now on this planet of Caladan.