Star Wars Theory Rewrites The History Of The Mandalorian & Gives The Clone Wars An Even Darker Legacy

  • Din Djarin's encounter with battle droids challenges the assumption that his homeworld was attacked during the Clone Wars.
  • The attack on Din's homeworld likely happened after the Clone Wars, raising questions about how battle droids remained active.
  • Death Watch, the group that rescued Din, may have pursued battle droids as part of their revenge against the Separatists after being betrayed during the war.
One line from Pedro Pascal's Din Djarin in The Mandalorian creates a Star Wars theory that has the potential to rewrite the history of the show - and the legacy of the Clone Wars era. Since the debut of Star Wars' first live-action Disney+ TV show in 2019, The Mandalorian has been doing the work of bridging different eras of Star Wars together, most notably the original trilogy and the sequel trilogy. It's also reached back as far as the Clone Wars, particularly when it details Din's tragic backstory. His flashbacks in The Mandalorian season 1 offered viewers a chance to see battle droids again and to debut live-action Death Watch Mandalorians.
As The Mandalorian has gone on, this pivotal moment of Din's life - nearly getting killed by battle droids and being rescued by the Mandalorians - has rarely been touched on again, if at all. The Mandalorian season 3, however, has one line from Djarin that has the potential to massively reshape this story, as well as that of the greater galaxy. Din's words concern a backstory once rooted in the Clone Wars era that now seem to point towards darkening the legacy of the war's outcome even more.
Your browser does not support the video tag. Din Djarin Saw Battle Droids After The Clone Wars When arriving at the dock on Plazir-15 amidst their droid investigation in The Mandalorian season 3, episode 6, Katee Sackhoff's Bo-Katan Kryze tells Din that she hasn't seen battle droids since the Clone Wars, to which Din responds with "I have." This truth has massive implications for Din's story, seeing as it was widely assumed that the attack on Din's homeworld occurred at the hands of the Separatists during the Clone Wars. Din's words here, however, challenge that notion.
It's very possible that Din's seen these droids because of a desire to hunt them down and seek revenge for what happened to his parents and his home, especially if it benefited his training and preparation to become a bounty hunter. Din's former business partner Ranzar Malk even quoted Din as saying his jobs were "target practice" in The Mandalorian season 1, episode 6, while Xi'an referenced Din's past distaste for droids, all of which could very well mean he was hunting old battle droids at that point. Still, given the rarity of battle droids long after the Clone Wars, this line most likely leads to a more interesting conclusion.
Din's Homeworld Was Attacked AFTER The Clone Wars The way Din says the words to Bo-Katan in The Mandalorian season 3 feels haunted, and it points towards him referencing the destruction of his homeworld rather than any other fostered bitterness from years spent hunting battle droids. This indicates the very real possibility of the attack taking place after the Clone Wars. Such an attack opens up many questions as to how and why this was possible after the decommissioning of the Separatists' battle droids.
While the question of who was actually behind the attack is an important one, the biggest is how the droids remained active. After Vader wiped out the Separatist Council, all droid units were supposedly decommissioned and should have been unable to stage an attack like this after the war. There are, however, many different answers to those questions, especially considering that many battle droids have been seen in Star Wars after the events of the Clone Wars.


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