The Mandalorian: Episode 6 Chaincode Message Translated

In the latest episode of The Mandalorian, entitled “Tragedy,” Pedro Pascal’s Dinjarin found two new companions in the form of Temuera Morrison’s Boba Fett and Minnawen’s Fennec Shand. After losing both the Glog (and the razor coat of arms) to the Imperial Army, Jarin is shown a bit of the chain code from Boba Fett’s armor. , Who deserves his armor. But that’s not all that’s listed in the code. Reddit users have translated scattered relics to create some interesting names.

  • foundling
  • Captured in
  • Year
  • Concord Dawn
  • Mentorjust
  • Father Fett
  • Boba Fett

Concord Dawn is Jango Fett’s home planet. After that, it’s an intriguing novel that was previously a non-canon from Star Wars Legend (also known as the Extended Universe). Mentorjust probably refers to Django’s adoptive father, Juster Merrill. Obviously, this inclusion of non-canon elements may be just an Easter egg for fans of the former extended universe, but how the chain moves directly from Father Fett to Boba Fett, and the origin of Boba Fett is basically It is worth noting that it has been omitted.

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Because it is a clone of Django that Django treated as his son, Boba Fett has no planet of traditional origin, or has been lengthened to hide the status of the clone of Boba Fett. The fact that he comes from the aquatic planet Camino Is there a cloning facility there?

You have to wonder if this comes up with all the stormtrooper helmets being bust and open at recent shows. Jarin may soon notice that all empire growls look like Boba Fett under the hood.

Anyway, Jango Fett: Jaster Mereel, who rescued the orphan Jango Fett in the OpenSeasons comic series, now seems to be a complete canon. Although unlikely to meet him in the series (unless it’s a flashback), the Mandalorian is now using legendary folklore to confirm that the Fetts are true Mandalorians.

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