Spoilers observe for The Mandalorian Chapter 14: The Tragedy.First up, this episode absolutely confirmed that the robed character seen in Season 1’s premiere on Tatooine was certainly Boba Fett. It additionally confirmed that the mysterious determine seen again in Chapter 5, standing over Fennec Shand’s physique, was additionally Boba Fett, as so many followers had theorised.
However the huge reveal was remaining affirmation that Boba Fett himself is certainly a real Mandalorian. Fett defined within the episode that his father was a foundling, and fought within the Mandalorian Civil Wars. This successfully signifies that Jango – and by extension Boba – are Mandalorian in the identical means Din Djarin is, and that their armour would have been gifted to them by Mandalorians.
For a few years, followers have debated whether or not Boba Fett, and by extension his father, Jango Fett, are literally Mandalorians. Jango claims to have been born on Harmony Daybreak, a part of the Mandalore system, however conflicting feedback from varied Star Wars creators and media – notably Pablo Hidalgo of the Lucasfilm Story Group – have mentioned that the Fetts merely put on Mandalorian armour, quite than being precise Mandalorians themselves.
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With The Mandalorian thought of canon, we now have an official, in-universe reply to this long-debated query. Boba Fett is not only a person carrying Mandalorian armour, he’s a Mandalorian.
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To recap extra of what occurred within the action-packed newest chapter, try our The Mandalorian S2E6 review. It’s also possible to meet up with the large reveal from final week: Baby Yoda’s real name.
Matt Purslow is IGN’s UK Information and Leisure Author.