The Mandalorian season 2 is now officially over, and the finale left some big questions and significant cliffhangers for the show’s future to answer.
After eight amazing weeks, The Mandalorian season 2 has finally drawn to a close but not before leaving the fans with a cavalcade of hanging questions.
At the end of the seventh episode, “The Believer,” Din Djarin had learned the location of the command cruiser of Moff Gideon and recruited a crew to help him rescue Grogu from the clutches of the Imperial remnant.
After a daring message to the Moff, making an announcement of his intentions, the Mandalorian seemed very ready to fight through the whole ship to take the Child back.
The season finale starts right in action, as Cara Dune, Din, Boba Fett, and Fennec Shand commandeer an Imperial shuttle carrying the Doctor Pershing.
They then meet up with Koska Reeves and Bo-Katan Kryze and recruit them for the rescue mission, promising the Darksaber and Gideon in return for their help.
After a really brutal battle through the bowels of the old Imperial cruiser, Din confronts Gideon in a fierce Darksaber/Oskar spear fight, with Din prevailing and rescuing the Child.
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What Will Happen To Grog?
The unthinkable has happened Baby Yoda has seemingly departed from The Mandalorian. The Child has recently become the heart of the show, and perhaps he is the most widely loved addition to the Star Wars universe since Lucasfilm was first acquired by Disney.
What Will Happen To Fennec and Boba Fett?
After fulfilling what they pledged; to help Din rescue the Child, Boba and Fennec left and returned to Tatooine, where they were starring in possibly the most extraordinary post-credits scene in the history of credits.
What Be Will Din Djarin Doing With The Darksaber?
Though he has given up the Child, Din has acquired something really new. By besting Gideon in a single combat, he has won the Darksaber by right and is now technically the Mandalore ruler.
What Will Become Of Moff Gideon And His Remnant?
Moff Gideon is lying on the floor of his cruiser by the end of “The Rescue,” cuffed and knocked unconscious by the hand of Cara Dune.
Leia Organa can be one of the possible faces that are going to be in the third season of the show. Jedi Ezra Bridger, Hera Syndulla, and Sabine Wren can also be among those faces.