Top 10 Quotes from The Mandalorian™ on Disney+
The Mandalorian™, the hit Star Wars™ series streaming on Disney+, has brought us right back to some of our favorite planets to meet some of our favorite characters. We’re exploring the Star Wars mythos in a brand new way, all through the visor lens of Din Djarin™ The Mandalorian.
He’s a man of few words, but each word holds that much more weight. Here are our top ten quotes from The Mandalorian™.
10. I’m not leaving my fate up to chance.
Din Djarin stands out, even amongst Mandalorians. He’s the best of the best, and he’s been trained to handle any and every situation.
When the Mandalorian is in a tight spot, he won’t wait for some cruel fate to unfold. He refuses to be boxed into a corner and left for dead, the Mandalorian will always fight. He will fight to his last breath, and he will do whatever it takes to survive and succeed.
9. We need to talk.
Since episode one of the show, the Mandalorian has always been a man of few words. What the politicians on Coruscant needed weeks to debate, the Mandalorian could have said in only a few words.
But when the Mandalorian and the Child finally come across Ahsoka Tano, everything changes. He has finally found a Jedi to help the Child, whose name he learns is Grogu. Din Djarin has come a long way in the galaxy and in his heart, and now, after what seems like a lifetime of silence, the Mandalorian needs to talk.
8. I’m a Mandalorian. Weapons are part of my religion.
In Season 1, the Mandalorians are in hiding. They have a strange code that we had never seen before. They never remove their helmets, they work tirelessly for their Beskar armor, they fight for a signet worthy of wearing.
Each of these strange aspects of their culture and their creed contribute to the rumors around them. Most Mandalorians are known for their unique weapons, and it’s not without cause. Weapons, as we learn, are a part of their religion.
7. Let me have a warrior’s death.
All seems lost. Cara Dune™ and Greef Karga are avoiding the absolute destruction brought on by Moff Gideon and his legion. Not only is the town itself in complete shambles, but it seems that even the Mandalorian won’t be able to recover.
He wants to keep his dignity, but Cara Dune insists upon him keeping his life. It shows just how honorable he is. He would rather choose a warrior’s death than break his code to remove his helmet.
6. I like those odds.
It could be 4 to 1, 6 to 1, or more. The Mandalorian is never deterred by a challenge of any sort. He’s taken down ships single-handedly. He is a warrior with great skills and great weapons, purposefully chosen to keep him safe in any and every circumstance.
Din Djarin knows his limits and he knows his strengths, and while things may look grim, the bounty hunter knows exactly what he can accomplish. No more and more less.
5. Take it off. Or I will.
When the Mandalorian meets Cobb Vanth, he’s shocked to see another Mandalorian — or so he thinks. It’s certainly someone wearing Mandalorian armor, and it appears to have been armor that belonged to Boba Fett himself.
But when Cobb Vanth removes his helmet, it becomes immediately clear that he is not of Mandalore. In Din Djarin’s mind, no true Mandalorian would remove their helmet. So he makes an ultimatum that sounds as if it’s straight out of a western.
4. I can bring you in warm, or I can bring you in cold.
When the Mandalorian threatens someone, it’s not a braggadocious boast. It’s not to appear tough. It’s not even really a threat. It’s a sincere explanation of what will happen if his bounty does not comply.
When the Mandalorian sets his mind to something, he will succeed. It’s not a question of if. Just a matter of how.
3. Stop touching things.
The Child, Grogu, is a curious little one. He wants to know all that is around him, and likely wants to taste it. He’s a hungry little creature, and so when he goes around The Mandalorian’s ship, The Razor Crest, The Mandalorian wants him to be careful.
There are buttons and switches that Grogu just can’t understand. And so to play it safe, The Mandalorian makes it clear — everything is off limits.
2. You expect me to search the galaxy for the home of this creature and deliver it to a race of enemy sorcerers?
In his typically poignant way, the Mandalorian is able to summarize the entire purpose of the show in just a single line. It shows the Mandalorian both in his element and completely out of his depth. He could absolutely search the galaxy, just as he’s searched for beskar and bounties.
But he has no concept of the power, influence, or history of the Jedi. So while they may appear to him as enemy sorcerers, he can be assured that they are only there to help.
1. This is the way
Perhaps the most important line of the series, repeated over and over again, is the apparent motto of the Mandalorians. It is an agreement on a set of standards for battle, for decency, for life!
It reveals the way the Mandalorian works. He has dedicated himself to the practice of a single mindset and a single way of life. When the Child, Grogu, brings a whole new world to his life, the way may have to change.