Chapter Four of The Book of Boba Fett hinted in a big way at the return of a familiar Mandalorian, Din Djarin, in one of the final episodes of the season. Boba is in need of some help facing up against the Pykes and his former ally, who he met during the events of The Mandalorian‘s second season. Let’s be honest, featuring the Ludwig Göransson score makes it pretty crystal clear Djarin will indeed be showing up.
It has long been rumored this cameo would occur, and the fact that Djarin is constantly wearing his helmet makes it easier for him to be featured since Pedro Pascal‘s presence on set would not be necessary. All he has to do is voice the role at a later date. This does not mean that it won’t be Pascal portraying the character, just that it wouldn’t be something a schedule conflict between production and the actor would be able to prevent. What remains to be seen is just how Djarin will travel through the galaxy after we witnessed the destruction of his ST-70 Assault Ship, the Razor Crest, at the hands of Moff Gideon’s artillery.
A rumor being shared by The Bespin Bulletin, following on-set reports going back over a year, states that Djarin will be seen piloting a Naboo N-1 Starfighter, first seen in Star Wars: Episode I – The Phantom Menace back in 1999. This could mean that Djarin would have left his bounty hunting days behind him as this ship isn’t exactly well known for its storage capacities. It would make it difficult to transport prisoners and carbonite slabs. Another possibility is that he might still be on the market for a ship similar to the Razor Crest, and the Naboo Starfighter is just a temporary means of getting around. It would certainly be interesting to see the ship ditching the usual yellow keeping its chrome look throughout, mirroring Djarin’s beskar armor.
If this rumor pans out it would be an extremely cool addition to the series and to this particular place in the timeline, as the ship has always been a fan-favorite ever since its debut on the big screen. It could even help to tease more prequel references, characters, even or locations in the upcoming The Mandalorian‘s third season, which is set to debut in the not so near future.
Source: The Bespin Bulletin