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"No outsider will ever rule Mandalore!"
―Bo-Katan Kryze, before leaving Death Watch with her Nite Owls[src]

The Nite Owls[7] were an elite Mandalorian unit made up of warriors led by Bo-Katan Kryze. When Bo-Katan joined Death Watch, the Nite Owls sided with the group and with its leader, Pre Vizsla. After Maul killed Vizsla in battle and proclaimed himself the new leader of Death Watch, the Nite Owls, like the rest of Death Watch, split in two, with members siding with either Maul or Bo-Katan. Those who joined Bo-Katan became part of the Mandalore resistance and fought against Maul's Shadow Collective and his Mandalorian super commandos, even attempting to free Bo-Katan's sister, the former Duchess Satine Kryze of Mandalore, whom they had formerly opposed due to her pacifist idealism.[4]

History[edit | edit source]

Following Death Watch's exile from Mandalore, the Nite Owls joined former Governor Pre Vizsla at his camp on Carlac. Under the leadership of Vizsla and Bo-Katan Kryze, the Nite Owls raided a Ming Po settlement, abducting women and burning buildings.[1]

After Maul killed Pre Vizsla and assumed leadership of Death Watch, most of their members felt that they were honor-bound to serve Maul; however, some of the Nite Owls and other members of Death Watch did not. Bo-Katan declared "No outsider will ever rule Mandalore," before escaping the aftermath of Maul's murder of Vizsla alongside some of the Nite Owls. Afterwards, Bo-Katan would help Duchess Satine, and later Jedi Master Obi-Wan Kenobi escape Mandalore and alert the Republic to what happened with her newly formed Mandalore resistance.[4]

Two members of the Nite Owls, Bo-Katan and Koska Reeves, along with Axe Woves and bounty hunter Din Djarin, stole and looted an Gozanti-class cruiser on the moon of Trask.[8]

Equipment[edit | edit source]

The Nite Owls wear their distinct Mandalorian armor. They were armed with GALAAR-15 blaster carbines before Maul takeover, while keep on using WESTAR-35 blaster pistols with Mandalorian vambraces in combat.[source?]

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Mandalorian Groups
Political/cultural factions
Children of the Watch · Death Watch · Martial traditionalists · New Mandalorians · Old Mandalorians
Government organizations
Concord Dawn Protectorate · Mandalore Customs · Mandalorian Guard (Mandalorian secret service · Sundari Police Authority) · New Mandalorian ministry council
Military groups
Fighting Corps · Mandalore resistance · Mandalorian crusaders · Mandalorian Neo-Crusaders · Mandalorian Protectors (Journeyman Protectors · Skull Squadron) · Mandalorian resistance · Nite Owls · Vlemoth Port battalion
Concordian Crescent Technologies · Kalevala Spaceworks · Mandal Hypernautics · MandalMotors · MandalTech
Other groups
The Tribe
Mandalorian warriors
Airborne Trooper · Death Watch Warrior · Flame Thrower trooper · Grappling Trooper · Heavy Infantry Mandalorian · Imperial Super Commando · Mandalorian Armorer · Mandalorian super commando · Rally master
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