Disney + has been broadcasting since Friday, October 30, 2020, season 2 of The Mandalorian, the Star Wars universe series, whose first season was nominated 15 times for Emmy Awards. Created by John Favreau, The series launched at the same time as Disney + on November 19, 2019. The plot of The Mandalorian takes place 5 years after Star Wars: Return of the Jedi (1983). The Mandalorian, whose main character is played by Pedro Pascal, follows the life of a loner Bounty hunter.
The fall of the Empire drastically reduced its dominions. The Mandalorian, recognized as one of the most formidable bounty hunters, agrees to capture a 50-year-old being. However, he quickly discovers that it has the appearance of a baby of the same species as Master Yoda and soon it changes of opinion and it escapes with “baby Yoda” to give it to the Jedi.
Summary of Chapter 14
At the start of this week’s episode, Mando calls out Grogu’s name several times, but it still sounds strange to us: to us it will always be Baby Yoda. As the second season nears the final denouement, ‘Chapter 14: The Tragedy’, Mando and Baby Yoda (Grogu) head to the Seeing Stone in Tython, the legendary Jedi holy place where the boy will decide his fate.
Sitting on the Stone of Destiny, Baby Yoda invokes the Force surrounded by a halo of blue light. In the previous chapter, Ahsoka revealed to Mando that if there are other Jedi left in the galaxy, they will be able to hear her message.
However, before all that, Boba Fett and Fennec Shand join Mando to fight an army of stormtroopers. Moff Gideon had tracked down Command’s ship to capture Baby Yoda, setting up a solid siege that pits the three against waves of Imperial foes.
But finally the tragedy arrives. Just when it seems the empire has been defeated Moff Gideon sends a Dark Trooper squad to capture Baby Yoda.
El Niño ends “The Tragedy” in a cell, after being outwitted by Moff Gideon, who shakes the black lightsaber, a mythical weapon that obviously has an effect on Grogu … who previously brutally shot down the prison guards.