Around 9 ABY, Din Djarin used this blaster in various missions in the Outer Rim. While on the ice planet Maldo Kreis, he used the weapon while fending off a group of trawlers at a bar, shooting the controls to the door that trapped and sliced one of them in half.
During his mission to retrieve the Child on Arvala-7, he used the weapon in a shootout with Nikto mercenaries alongside fellow bounty hunter droid IG-11, and later shot the droid when he attempted to kill the child.
Upon returning the Child in an Imperial remnant facility on Nevarro, the Mandalorian had a change of heart and rescued the Child from the facility, using the blaster to kill a number of stormtroopers in the process. He later used it against members of the Bounty Hunters' Guild, who had ambushed him as he attempted to escape the planet.
While infiltrating a Klatooinian tribe's outpost with Carasynthia Dune on Sorgan, the Mandalorian used the blaster to create a makeshift exit within their camp as they escaped. After giving his Amban phase-pulse blaster to Dune, he used the blaster to fend off the Klatooinians while defending a human tribe's village.
Upon arriving on Tatooine, he used the blaster to scare a group of pit droids when they attempted to repair his starship. He later used the weapon to kill his former partner Toro Calican after the latter had betrayed him following their previous mission.
While working with a team of mercenaries to rescue a prisoner, the Mandalorian used the blaster to deal with a number of New Republic security droids on a prison ship. After his team betrayed and tossed him into a prison, he attempted to fire the weapon at them, but the bolt bounced off the door and around the prison, hitting him instead. After the Mandalorian escaped, he used the weapon during a scuffle with Burg, failing to hit him as the Devaronian knocked his arm away.
Behind the scenesEdit
The blaster pistol first appeared in Chapter 1 of the 2019 Disney+ television series The Mandalorian, which aired on November 12, 2019. Its design is based off the Bergmann 1894 No. 1 semi-automatic pistol, albeit with some modifications.
- The Mandalorian – "Chapter 1: The Mandalorian" (First appearance)
- The Mandalorian – "Chapter 2: The Child"
- The Mandalorian – "Chapter 3: The Sin"
- The Mandalorian – "Chapter 4: Sanctuary"
- The Mandalorian – "Chapter 5: The Gunslinger"
- The Mandalorian – "Chapter 6: The Prisoner"
- The Mandalorian – "Chapter 7: The Reckoning"
- The Mandalorian – "Chapter 8: Redemption"
- (First pictured)
- Disney Gallery: The Mandalorian – "Directing"
- Disney Gallery: The Mandalorian – "Legacy"
- Disney Gallery: The Mandalorian – "Cast"
- Disney Gallery: The Mandalorian – "Technology"
- Disney Gallery: The Mandalorian – "Practical"
- Disney Gallery: The Mandalorian – "Process"
- Disney Gallery: The Mandalorian – "Score"
- Disney Gallery: The Mandalorian – "Connections"
Notes and referencesEdit
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 1.6 1.7 The Mandalorian – "Chapter 1: The Mandalorian"
- ↑ 2.0 2.1 The Mandalorian – "Chapter 4: Sanctuary"
- ↑ 3.0 3.1 The Mandalorian – "Chapter 5: The Gunslinger"
- ↑ According to The Mandalorian take place about five years after the events of Star Wars: Episode VI Return of the Jedi, which Star Wars: Galactic Atlas dates to 4 ABY. Therefore, it can be deduced with simple math that the events of The Mandalorian take place around 9 ABY. , the events of
- ↑ The Mandalorian – "Chapter 3: The Sin"
- ↑ The Mandalorian – "Chapter 6: The Prisoner"
- ↑ The Mandalorian Media Kit. Disney Direct-to-Consumer & International. The Walt Disney Company. Archived from the original on February 3, 2020. Retrieved on February 3, 2020.