Pedro Pascal needs to reappear in the Mandalorian (or it gives away Din’s arc)

Warning! This article contains SPOILERS for The Mandalorian Season 3 Episode 3.With The Mandalorian Season 3 Episode 3, which officially confirms Din Djarin’s status as a child of the Guard, must not forget the show’s overall arc to date, which requires a reappearance from Pedro Pascal. As was confirmed as Din Djarin’s only mission Boba Fett’s booka lot of The Mandalorian Season 3 to this point has surrounded his journey to Mandalore to be forgiven for his transgressions. This culminated in the final sequence of The Mandalorian Season 3 Episode 2 “Chapter 18: The Mines of Mandalore” where Din bathed in the living waters beneath the city of Sundari.

As described in the Mandalorian Creed, Din now served to be forgiven and reinstated into the Children of the Watch. The armorer confirmed this in The Mandalorian Season 3, end of episode 3, when Din brought both evidence and a witness in the form of Bo-Katan Kryze that he had bathed in the living waters. However, this raised concerns that Pedro Pascal would never appear physically The Mandalorian again, since Din’s renewed creed does not allow for the removal of his helmet. However, The Mandalorian Pascal must reappear to pay off the character arc that has been built up for Din throughout the show.

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Din Djarin’s arc involves learning that there are other Mandalorian groups

Din Djarin leads other Mandalorians in The Mandalorian.

One of the elements of this arc that was mainly focused on The Mandalorian In Season 2, Din learned about other Mandalorian groups. During much of The Mandalorian Season 1 left the further state of the Mandalorian people unclear, Season 2 revealed that Din’s group was just a small sect of Mandalorians acting as religious zealots and following the ways of Old Mandalore. This was confirmed by the appearance of Bo-Katan Kryze – from the former Mandalorian royal family – who led her own band of Mandalorians to restore their home planet.

At first, Din renounced Bo-Katan and those who followed her as a Mandalorian before learning that his way of being a Mandalorian isn’t the only way forward. This seemed to affect Din somewhat, who built both respect and trust for Bo-Katan while removing his helmet on two separate occasions The Mandalorian Season 2. It seemed that with The Mandalorian Season 3 promised to bring Din and Bo together in greater ways, and the show’s third appearance would complete Din’s arc of bridging the gap between Bo-Katan’s beliefs and those of the Children of the Watch.

The Mandalorian cannot simply reverse this lesson

Din Djarin, Bo-Katan and Grogu in Season 3 of The Mandalorian

However, at the end of The Mandalorian Season 3 Episode 3, it now seems like that arc has been somewhat forgotten. Now that Din is redeemed in the eyes of the Watch’s children — including, interestingly, Katee Sackhoff’s Bo-Katan — he is once again forbidden to remove his helmet in front of another living person. In restoring the status quo, it seems so The Mandalorian Season 3 reversed the lessons Din learned about other Mandalorians in Season 2 from Bo-Katan and Boba Fett.

While The Mandalorian Season 3 is only three episodes at the moment, and that storyline could well be Jon Favreau’s way of building Din’s group, which is becoming more forgiving when it comes to removing the helmet. It doesn’t bode well for Pedro Pascal’s titular Mandalorian to make a physical reappearance. Aside from that, Bo-Katan could now influence the Children of the Guard, which could potentially make them less inclined towards their creed. Regardless, it will be interesting to see how The Mandalorian Season 3 continues exploring Din’s beliefs, hopefully in a way that satisfies his character arc to this point and sees the return of Pedro Pascal.

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