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The Darkish Historical past Behind Bo-Katan’s Mandalorian Season 3 Storyline



From her intro in season 4, episode 14 of “The Clone Wars” animated collection, Bo-Katan started her existence because the lieutenant to the sinister Pre Vizsla (voiced by “The Mandalorian” showrunner Jon Favreau) of Dying Watch, an extremist terrorist group hellbent on restoring the Mandalorian warrior ways in which had been worn out by the pacifist New Mandalorian motion led by Duchess Satine Kryze (Bo-Katan’s sister). We all know sooner or later in her youth, Bo-Katan splintered from Satine’s New Mandalorian pacifism to affix Dying Watch.

Bo-Katan was firmly on the villainous aspect. She carried out Pre Vizsla’s order to enslave and slaughter a village of Carlac’s Ming Po civilians. Later, when Dying Watch teamed up with the fallen Sith Maul and his crime syndicates, Bo-Katan participated in Dying Watch’s staged assaults towards Mandalore, all so Dying Watch can play the “saviors” of Mandalore towards the outsiders. These campaigns turned Mandalorian civilians towards Satine’s pacifism. (Bo-Katan additionally slapped Ahsoka Tano on the butt, and Ahsoka weirdly appeared to have forgotten that.)

Kryze’s shaky path to atonement was (arguably) spurred by the political chaos that adopted. When Maul efficiently dueled Pre Vizsla for the rulership and Darksaber, Bo-Katan took her dissenting Nite Owls and vowed to overthrow Maul (a non-Mandalorian outsider she despised) within the identify of Mandalore. After a failed try to liberate the very sister she imprisoned, Bo-Katan mourned for the unity that would have been, suggesting that she was prepared to compromise with New Mandalorian beliefs for a greater Mandalore.



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