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"You are reading this because you have been chosen as a Rally Master, charged with training recruits, preparing Watchers for operations and commanding them in battle. Like Cassus Fett's Rally Masters of ancient times, you must educate and inspire our warriors, so they understand their heritage and will sacrifice their lives for it."
Tor Vizsla[src]

Ba'jurne Kyr'tsad Mando'ad was a Death Watch manifesto and training guide written by the Mandalorian splinter-group's founder, Tor Vizsla. The manifesto contained an account of Mandalorian history, Death Watch's founding, goals, and training, and several illustrations depicting numerous topics Vizsla considered to be of interest. Ba'jurne Kyr'tsad Mando'ad was intended for Death Watch Rally Masters, in order to help them train and guide new recruits.[1]

Following the death of Tor Vizsla at the hands of Jango Fett, Fett acquired a copy of Ba'jurne Kyr'tsad Mando'ad. Over time, Fett personally annotated and passed on his copy of the Death Watch manifesto to his son, Boba. Years later, Boba Fett later bound the Death Watch manifesto—complete with notations of his own—with a copy of the Bounty Hunters' Guild Handbook to form a compendium he labeled "The Bounty Hunter Code," a tome he intended to pass on to his own daughter, Ailyn Vel. Fett never had the chance, however,[1] as a series of tragic events led to his estrangement from his family. After temporarily falling into the Great Pit of Carkoon on Tatooine,[2] officers of the Alliance to Restore the Republic took possession of "The Bounty Hunter Code" from Fett's ship, Slave I,[1] before he could later free himself.[2]

Behind the scenesEdit

Ba'jurne Kyr'tsad Mando'ad was first introduced to the Star Wars universe as part of the 2013 bounty hunter reference guide The Bounty Hunter Code: From the Files of Boba Fett, co-authored by Daniel Wallace, Jason Fry, and Ryder Windham.[1]

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