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Din Djarin’s New Ship Might Be The Perfect Grogu Tribute

By Abraham George
January 28,2022

With some ingenious modifications on an N-1 starfighter, Grogu’s reappearance is masterfully set up in the Book of Boba Fett. The Book of Boba Fett episode 5 sees the reappearance of Din Djarin (Pedro Pascal). When Grogu/Baby Yoda discovers Mando’s beskar spear has been transformed into armor, they confront him about having to atone for taking off his Mandalorian helmet.

Peli Motto provides him with a new spacecraft when he returns to Tatooine. The ship isn’t travel-ready, so Din Djarin works with Peli Motto to make improvements and alterations.

Flashbacks to The Mandalorian S2

Mandalorian With Darksaber

Mandalorian Fan Art

The last time Din Djarin saw Grogu was in the season 2 finale of The Mandalorian. Moff Gideon and Luke Skywalker make a surprise cameo in this episode. His appearance allows him to quickly and efficiently chop through a few Dark Troopers and take Grogu for Jedi training.

However, before Din Djarin and Grogu split ways, the Mandalorian promises to keep his end of the bargain. “I’ll be back,” he promises. When Din removes his helmet, he breaks down in tears.

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Book of Boba Fett Theory Explains How Din Djarin's Mandalorian Will Return

Book of Boba Fett Theory Explains How Din Djarin’s Mandalorian Will Return

The fifth instalment of the Book of Boba Fett discreetly builds up Grogu’s reappearance. An obsolete N-1 starfighter is brought back to life by Peli Motto and Pedro Pascal’s Din Djarin in this episode. Din Djarin wonders aloud, “What happened to the droid port?” as he notices that the place behind the pilot where a robot would normally go has been covered with a glass dome.

Peli Motto claims she “hog-tied it out,” believing Din Djarin would want to leave out the astromech robot. The new domed portion of the ship, on the other hand, is about the right size for Grogu, suggesting that the two may be able to travel together once again.

The ship alteration is mentioned by Din Djarin for a good cause. The ship alteration in Book of Boba Fett episode 5 may have gone undetected if the Mandalorian hadn’t brought it up. However, it seems that Din Djarin would have fit well behind Peli Motto before she took the decision to forsake the astromech.

R2-D2’s position behind young Anakin Skywalker in The Phantom Menace seems to be similar. Star Wars, on the other hand, seems to be alluding to a particular character by having a properly Grogu-sized and dome-protected passenger seat aboard the ship.

The Grogu Visit Seems Close



Additionally, Book of Boba Fett episode 5 often alludes to Grogu’s reappearance, including the ship’s alteration. This episode has a scene in which the Mandalorian constructs Grogu’s armor and then presents it to him in the form of a baby Yoda’s head. A little later in the episode, Fennec Shand  convinces Din Djarin to join him in his struggle against the Pyke Empire. ‘But first I’ve had to pay a visit to a small pal,’ Din Djarin says. Well, his small pal, Grogu may seem to be back shortly, and he’ll be dressed to impress in Beskar armor.