Din Djarin, Bo-Katan Kryze, along with their fellow Mandalorian warriors finally ended Moff Gideon’s reign of terror in the season 3 finale of The Mandalorian, retaking their home planet of Mandalore with the aid of a united Mandalorian front, Grogu’s Force training, and a few tense last-second saves. Bo-Katan was organizing the Mandalorians to fight Moff Gideon and his soldiers when “Chapter 24: The Return” resumed where the last episode left off. Grogu was working to liberate Din Djarin from the Imperial grasp while wearing his brand-new IG-12 mech armor.
The Mandalorian: Din Djarin Has Handle Moff Gideon
Din Djarin eventually learned what Moff Gideon was doing since evading capture by the New Republic and making Mandalore his headquarters, which was that he had been replicating himself to raise a Force-sensitive military that might retake the universe far away for the Empire. Din Djarin quickly eliminated the clones, but he still had to handle Moff Gideon and the 3 Praetorian soldiers who appeared in the episode from the previous week. Naturally, a titanic showdown followed, in which Din Djarin, Bo-Katan, and Grogu united to beat Moff Gideon presumably once and for all.
The Mandalorian: Din Djarin Adopted Grogu
Bo-Katan took over as the monarch of Mandalore and the head of the newly united Mandalorians in the Mandalorian season 3 finale, and Din Djarin formally adopted Grogu or, as the Armourer dubbed him, Din Grogu intending to take him on as a pupil. Now that Mandalore was at peace, Din Djarin, as well as Grogu, came back to Nevarro, where Greef Karga updated them on a plot of land he had reserved for them to live on when they weren’t cavorting around the galaxy on sporadic missions for the New Republic a confront that Din Djarin had negotiated with Captain Carson Teva.
Ending Of The Mandalorian
The conclusion unmistakably seemed to imply that the story of The Mandalorian has reached its conclusion. However, given that the series creator, Jon Favreau, has already begun work on a fourth season, it appears likely that Din Djarin, Grogu, and other fan favorites will continue to embark on exciting new journeys in the future. Favreau stated to Entertainment Weekly that he has no desire to part ways with these characters. Other Star Wars projects scheduled to take place in the same period, such as Disney+’s Ahsoka series or Skeleton Crew, also have a chance of featuring any number of individuals from The Mandalorian.