Peli Motto was a human female who managed Hangar 3-5 at Mos Eisley
Mos Eisley (pronounced /mɑs aɪzliː/, moss izelee, ()), formerly known as Eisley, was a large spaceport town on the planet Tatooine. It was the largest settlement on the planet and generally known as the “armpit of the galaxy.”
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spaceport on the planet Tatooine. Motto was a skilled engineer and made her living repairing and refueling starships. Though scrappy and brutally honest, she was a compassionate and hardworking proprietor.
In the third episode of the show’s first season, viewers are introduced to the overarching way the Mandalorian creed lives, and the code they live their life by. That code is summed up in one simple phrase: “This is the way.”
One role that seemed to be the former but has turned out to be the latter is that of Amy Sedaris, the always-funny comic actress who has now appeared in three episodes of The Mandalorian as space mechanic Peli Motto.
Peli Motto was a human female and a mechanic on Tatooine. She worked with three DUM-series pit droids in the Bay Three-Five, Mos Eisley. When the Mandalorian landed on Tatooine in her bay he payed her to fix his ship. Peli became very protective of the Child and took care of him.
Grogu appears to be the youngest known member of Yoda’s species. He is only 50 years old, and he is still developmentally an infant. For the whole first season of The Mandalorian™, they referred to him only as the Child.
Still, a small detail in the latest episode may reveal how Grogu survived the fall of Ben Solo (Adam Driver) and the destruction of Luke Skywalker’s (Mark Hamill) Jedi Order. Din Djarin/Mandalorian (Pedro Pascal) is finally back, this time without his counterpart Grogu (AKA “Baby Yoda”).
After being reunited with Grogu, Djarin delivered him to Luke Skywalker, a Jedi who agreed to take the child into his care and train him in the ways of the Force. Grogu spent a relatively short period of time training with Skywalker on a verdant planet, where Skywalker was building a Jedi Academy.
For the past two seasons of The Mandalorian™, we’ve been following the galaxy-wide journey of the Child. The Child looks shockingly similar to the great Jedi Master Yoda, but otherwise remains entirely mysterious. He is the third of his kind that Star Wars™ fans have ever seen (counting masters Yoda and Yaddle).
His line “I have spoken” became one of the better-known and best-liked lines of dialogue from the series, and has been the subject of internet memes used by fans. Screen Rant Writer Kiki Evans called it one of the “most iconic phrases” from the series.
The Gray Jedi Code was the mantra that all Gray Jedi lived by, similar to the Jedi code or the Sith Code. It was written by the first Kage of the order, Leor Danal. He claimed that the inspiration for the code came to him in a vision while he was in a Force Trance.
In the Star Wars canon timeline, spice is a blanket term used to describe a variety of mind-altering substances. While some spice variants are used for medical and scientific purposes, most were highly-addictive recreational drugs, making the spice trade a key component of the criminal underworld.
Other notable features included their glowing yellow eyes, small stature and high pitched, quickly spoken language called Jawaese. Through the study of corpses and skeletal remains, Baobab xenobiologists discovered that Jawas appeared to be gaunt, rodent-like creatures, with shrunken faces and yellow eyes.
In the long run, it doesn’t seem likely that he’ll rejoin Skywalker Academy; Grogu is being set up to be the next Mandalorian Jedi, so he’ll remain by Din’s side for years to come. This will also allow him to dodge the lightning bolt The Senate uses to destroy the school decades later in The Rise of Kylo Ren.
An exhausted Djarin pulled out his vibroblade in one last attempt to fight the mudhorn. As the mudhorn charged Djarin, Grogu revealed his Force-sensitivity and lifted the creature with the Force, and the Mandalorian stabbed its neck and killed it before it dropped to the ground.
Moreover, this time would also explain the lack of apprentices between Grogu and Ben Solo. Grogu’s brief tutelage under Luke Skywalker ended in The Book of Boba Fett, and it’d be six years before Luke would begin training his official first student, Ben Solo.
Guidance from His Masters. After Grogu chose to be with the Mandalorian over becoming a Jedi, Luke probably didn’t know what to do next. Grogu was going to be the first student that Luke ever had, and after he decided to leave, the Jedi Master likely doubted his ability to actually train a new generation of Force-users …
This means Djarin was likely born around 30 BBY, and would’ve been 30-years-old while Luke Skywalker was still on Tatooine. That’d make him 34 during Return of the Jedi, and 39/40 during The Mandalorian.
Before the Children of the Watch reveal, fans assumed Din Djarin was rescued by the Death Watch. In the flashback of his rescue by a Mandalorian squad, the soldier that took him to safety bore a Death Watch logo on their armor. However, in the Star Wars Legends canon, another Mandalorian group could fill this role.