Peli always is a pleasure to see. Her swindles are great and are natural.
The initial cave scene was nice, showing he still hasn't mastered the dark Sabre, or really hand to hand combat 😆.
The mech trap thing was really unexpected, but pretty cool. Seeing the eye behind the lens was un-nerving. Grogu's little adventure was neat, showing the different power levels he has, not being able to free Mando but force pushing the scrub and leaping into the ship.
Bo fighting was beautiful. She was in complete control and kicked butt!
Though her telling the history fell a little flat for me, I didn't feel her pain of losing everything.
Mythosaur! Can't wait for the finale of someone riding it into battle!
You're right. Luke could have at least given him a robe. Though maybe it is hiding his chain mail?
One thing I do find annoying though is if you put on the subtitles and all it says is "speaking jawanese" or " speaking rodisian" (the spelling is clearly wrong on both of those terms) ...would be helpful if one day they actually had the subtitles showed their conversation...like it did in Obi Wan series when he interacted with the Jawa in house cave house.
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My guess would be Sabine and Ezra.
Loved the episode….dang cliff hangers
I really enjoyed the episode but my question at the end was more about the Mandalorian civilisation’s frankly cavalier approach to biodiversity. Thousands of years and they’ve never got round to sorting out the tribes of cannibalistic Alamites that wander about the outskirts of the cities (which must have given holiday picnics a bit of a frisson of excitement)? Or for that matter spotting the blooming great mythosaur under their civic centre?
I’m feeling a bit more kindly disposed to the foxes who keep going after my bins - it could be a lot worse.
What else can he do? He's desperate reaching down to the living waters under the mines. And R5 was the only option available. And it comes with a recommendation.
I think for this we have to understand the planet's condition. I mean it's not that the whole planet was a paradise. The capital was basically a dom-shaped oasis surrounded by basically desert. It could well be the Mandalorians never cared much who/what lived outside of it.
Are you serious?
it just felt too fast, like I would have thought he would say no to r5, try something else and do some weird "quest" that fails (like finding IG11 original repair spot/base, whatever he would go to between missions before for repairs if he did), THEN after that either going back for R5 or just trying to go without a droid first, and come back after that for it.
just something more then seemly instantly giving into a using a random droid that was recommended despite him always saying "no droids" "I don't trust them" ect
Yes, it mad zero sense. Please explain how it made sense to you.
Pretty sure he removed his jetpack and then stepped off of the last stair on the ledge.
I think you and I watched different episodes. All I’ll say is that I think it’s entirely possible for someone who doesn’t know how to swim and is wearing armor. It’s not just the weight - armor hinders movement and clothing adds drag in the water. There’s a reason Olympic swimmers don’t wear jeans and shirts. And once you lose contact with the wall, it’d be hard for even a good swimmer to arrest the fall without a jetpack.
Yes, and they did ignore the effects of pressure. But it’s just a story.
Go put on a full steel armor and show us how you keep your head above the water. They even reminded us (or at least those that are catching those details) of his heavy armor when BoKat dropped him on the floor when flying out of the pond/lake and we could hear the heavy drop noise.
The issue is the drop was not straight down but a crazy incline. He would not have gone a mile down to the bottom at the angle she went. It was just a plot device to show the monster.
That reminds me of the StarFortress bombing run in space.... Gravity in Star Wars always works differently.
Or maybe his Beskar armor was magnetically (or magically) pulled by an energy source down there in the living water.
I had the same question. I suppose this could be explained by beskar being much heavier than normal steel, and he probably tumbled as he went down, and a dose of suspension of disbelief.
Its not clear that Bo is more capable than Mando but there is zero doubt that she was far more prepared for Mandalore than he was by watching him get wrecked over and over. This could have turned into her being amazing and superpowered or him being weak and inept but they did it just right where they both appear capable and unprepared repsectively.
maybe beskar is a little more dense than it looks