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Digging into depths of “The Mandalorian” on Disney+

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There are not many fearsome sights in all of the Star Wars Galaxy than the mere glimpse of the Mandalorian helmet. Residing from the Planet of Mandalore, they are some of the most formidable warriors and bounty hunters in all of the Galaxy. Even with a history filled with conflict and violence at almost all the time, the people of Mandalore are proud of their culture and hold it in the highest regards. The Mandalorian, first live-action Star Wars series, is now available on Disney+. Reading this article will be enough to get you going. 

Planet Mandalore

Located in the Outer Rim, the planet of Mandalore has experienced war throughout its history. The Mandalorians are divided among different houses and clans. In fact, the continuous conflict among houses and clans for control and power has laid waste to the entire planet and made it completely barren. Moreover, most of the people are confined in domed cities throughout the desert land. Even when the war took the Mandalorians outside their planet, they were not afraid to take on the Jedi.

Mandalorian Armour

Mandalorian Armour is one of the most respected throughout the Galaxy. Armour holds a special place as it is passed from one to next preserving its history. In fact, it represents the house or clan the Mandalorian is associated with. Mandalorian Armour comes with different tools to give them an edge during the battle. Ranging from Jet packs, magnetized boots, tactical displays, and armed gauntlets. It is not just made for defense but also to combat the supernatural abilities of the Jedi.

When Does “Star Wars: The Mandalorian” Take Place?

“Star Wars: The Mandalorian” was released this month on Disney+. The show stars Pedro Pascal.

There is an uncertainty to when it takes place in the universe of Star Wars. According to the director Jon Favreau, it takes place between the original trilogy and the new Disney trilogy. Being more close to the aftermath of the “Return of the Jedi” than “Force Awakens”.

You can read our reviews on The Mandalorian and the first, second, third, fourth and fifth episodes.

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