Disney Plus brought down the curtain to its first season of live-action TV show, ‘The Mandalorian’. With a spectacular end to its season finale episode, we learned that Mandalorian’s real name is Din Djarin and that Moff Gideon’s black Mandalorian lightsaber is called the Darksaber. Now the question which must be arousing in everyone’s mind is — whether we will have Mandalorian Season 2 or not?
The Mandalorian is the first-of-its-kind; live-action Star Wars show that airs on Disney Plus.
Even though the season may have come to an end with eight small episodes, it tells us that Disney is definitely finalizing on the second season that might have a little more plot.
Nevertheless, the magnanimous finale of Chapter 8 of The Mandalorian ends with a surprising reference to another part of the Star Wars universe, Moff Gideon.
The brand new bad guy of the show flashes out a strange looking blade in the final scene.
The 8th chapter was all about Mandalorian and his friends trying to guard their lives against Moff Gideon and his brigade of stormtroopers. Thank God for Mando’s new jetpack that eventually helps them escape from the wrath of Moff.
What makes us giddy with excitement is that Season 2 of the Mandalorian has already been announced for a fall 2020 release.
Anticipated revelations about the fate of the planet Mandalore to Baby Yoda galore, fans can’t keep calm as to what happens in Season 2.
However, here are best our top guesses as to what season 2 wildly be about.
Identifying Yoda’s True Home Planet
Season 1 mostly revolved around Mando’s fight to safeguard Baby Yoda from the Imperial Remnant and rival bounty hunters. And season 2’s plot will continue to fuel on the plot to hunt for Baby Yoda’s true home planet.
Mando’s brief reunion with the Armorer sets the stage for Season 2. Even though the immediate threat to baby Yoda’s life may be averted, this young creature’s life is now Mando’s liability. Not till the time, Baby Yoda’s true home is identified, Din Djarin must take care of him.
In quest of Baby Yoda’s race
The quest for finding Baby Yoda’s home planet also does not end there. Finding out about Baby Yoda’s true race has kept the audiences in the dark for long.
This will mean the Mandalorians will travel to different worlds in the quest for it and forge new allies and who knows, even maybe create new enemies? Characters like Cara Dune and Greef Karga will see a comeback in season 2.
One most persistent question in the mind that stays is what species do Yoda, Yaddle, and baby Yoda belong to? Where do they live? Why every member of their race is powerful in the Force?
The second season paves way for these answers and the relation between Yoda and Baby Yoda.
Meanwhile, every fan is awaiting a deeper knowledge of how the Empire’s obsession with this child might be linked with Emperor Palpatine in The Rise of Skywalker.
Now that Episode eight has been aired, The Mandalorian will have more freedom to connect to the events of the sequel trilogy.