RECAP: The Mandalorian, Chapter 13 – The Jedi
Lucasfilm and StarWars.com finally started posting spoilers, so I feel better about doing so myself. And there’s a lot to say about the latest episode of The Mandalorian.
However, there’s little to be left to the imagination if you haven’t yet seen Chapter 13. So — to be clear — if you have not yet watched “Chapter 13: The Jedi,” make the jump to another story.
Still here? Good.
The StarWars.com posted their official recap of the episode: Mando Download: “Chapter 13: The Jedi.”
As per usual, the link came will stills, concept art, and a new character poster of Ahsoka Tano.
Exploring Chapter 13: The Jedi
In “Chapter 13: The Jedi,” the Mandalorian journeys to a world ruled by a cruel magistrate who has made a powerful enemy. Check out the gallery below for a brand-new character poster, stills, and concept art from the episode!
The powerful enemy happens to be Ahsoka Tano – former padawan of Anakin Skywalker (played by Rosario Dawson).
Some of the The Mandalorian’s latest bounty is below:
And, as is tradition, here is the new character poster:
More Bounty Hunting Bounty
Dan Brooks shows everyone “The Way” every week; choosing his favorite five things from the latest episode. This week was, as usual, a terrific jog down recent memory lane.
But I’ll only preview one as I send you to the full article for all of the episodes facts and secrets.
It’s brief, but when Mando and Ahsoka square off, we get a real sense of their incredible abilities as warriors. Plus, seeing Ahsoka battle a Mandalorian in live-action is just another of the episode’s many exciting I-never-thought-I’d-see-this moments.
While we’re at it…
Check out a full breakdown of Ahsoka Tano’s place in the Star Wars galaxy.
Why Ahsoka Tano is So Important to The Mandalorian and Future Star Wars Storytelling
Ahsoka Tano made the jump to live action Star Wars in The Mandalorian’s thirteenth chapter, The Jedi. Here is everything you need to know about the character, and how she might impact the series and other Star Wars stories moving forward.