Will Din Djarin cover up Boba Fett on his own show?
It looks like The Mandalorian himself, Din Djarin, takes center stage in this week’s episode of The Book of Boba Fett. In fact, oddly enough, Boba Fett didn’t even show up. About ninety percent of the plot feels like an episode of The Mandalorian season three. By the way, I hope to start production as soon as possible because the last time I checked, it was on hold. Times are still different, and we still have to learn how to live with them. But one of the best things about being stuck in quarantine is watching some high-quality streaming. One of those shows is The Mandalorian. Can we Star Wars fans recall the glorious moment when Boba Fett got his armor back and destroyed an entire stormtrooper squadron? Yes, we can and we will never forget it. I kind of wish he could fight Din Djarin or Mando. Whatever you want to call him, he keeps reminding us why we can’t stop supporting him. Of all the very tough Mandalorians, he’s the underdog. The latest episode of The Book of Boba Fett reminds us again. The opening scene has him fighting some thugs using melee weapons. As we all remember, he had a spear and a dark sword. It looks like Bo-Katan actually allowed him to walk away with it. I actually doubt that’s how that story ends, but we’ll have to wait for The Mandalorian’s third season.
When Din Djarin did crack Darksaber, he actually had a hard time using it. In fact, he actually accidentally cut his own leg. That didn’t stop him from killing all the thugs and collecting his bounty, but it’s interesting how he gets used to his new weapon. According to him, the Dark Sword only gets heavier with each swing. He does have skill, but the heavy load it places on him makes him a lot slower. In fact, we watched this closely in his training regiment with the former lead armorer. Yes, the Mandalorian Creed leader is back. Oh, but that’s not all. Din Djarin’s former opponent also made an unexpected return. The heavy Mandalorian warriors from season one did survive the attack on their hideout and found a newcomer in Armorer. And now, we finally know his real name. This very large and very confrontational Mandalorian is Pazvizla, a descendant of the legendary Mandalorian Jedi Tarevizla. Interestingly, this is the same person who faked the Dark Sword as well. Understandably, Paz Vizsla felt compelled to challenge Din Djarin for the right to use the Dark Sword. The two Mandalorians finally pitted it against each other, and it didn’t disappoint.
Din Djarin isn’t the biggest of the Mandalorians, and on top of that, he doesn’t even think he can use Darksaber. However, that didn’t stop him from taking on Paz Vizsla’s challenge. It was an uphill battle and he nearly lost, but he managed to beat his bigger opponent. Even before that, the Panzer Division had given him a lesson in how to use the Dark Sword properly in combat. It looks like it’s more than just wiggling and cutting. Although Din Djarin won the duel, he admitted that he took off his helmet, which led to his expulsion from the Creed. He can still find redemption in The Mine of Mandalore, which I guess we’ll see in season three. I can’t wait to see this, especially if he reunites with Baby Yoda. Yes, he was mentioned, but only by name. For the rest of the episode, Din Djarin returns to Tatooine in search of a replacement for his destroyed ship. After doing some physical work with an old friend, Ding Jialin had a guest. Boba Fett’s right-hand man, Fennec Shand, made him an offer he couldn’t refuse. She and Boba Fett need strength to deal with the looming war with the Pike Group, so who better to help them than their ex-partners? Another Mandalorian is an excellent recruit in Boba Fett’s army, but I really don’t want Din Djarin to overshadow Boba Fett on his own show.
Now this is really saying something. You know you’re a cool Star Wars character because you might overshadow Fett. Honestly, this episode is actually the best episode of the series so far. As of now, it seems to be a make-or-break among Star Wars fans, but I have a feeling Jon Favreau is gearing up for something super epic. I mean, Boba Fett had Danny Trejo teach him how to really navigate hatred. If the idea of Boba Fett riding a grudge doesn’t excite you, I’m calling you a liar right now. I’m glad we got Din Djarin bak earlier than expected, but what could give more attention to Boba Fett? The answer is everything he can do, again, including riding that grudge. Seriously, this sounds ridiculous. If they play now, that means Mando will have real underdog odds. As far as we know, this fight is still possible, but I love watching them as partners. I think what we really need is a scene similar to Boba Fett putting on his armor and running through the stormtroopers again. This will make everyone stare at him and we’ll forget Din Djarin is in the room again. This time, it will be Boba Fett’s own performance, his greatest moment. Star Wars fans, what do you think? If you haven’t seen the latest episode, go check it out and listen to The Mandalorian theme again. It definitely brings back some memories, and most importantly, we still get more. This is the way.
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