- "I can bring you in warm or I can bring you in cold."
"That's my line."
- ―Riot Mar and the Mandalorian
Riot Mar was a human male bounty hunter affiliated with the Bounty Hunters' Guild. Around 9 ABY, he attempted to capture the bounty known as the Child by pursuing the Mandalorian in his Bounty Hunter Fighter, a bounty hunter who had betrayed the Guild. Mar managed to track down the Mandalorian in space and attacked his gunship, the Razor Crest; however, the Mandalorian killed him, destroying his starship during the battle.
Biography[edit | edit source]
- "Hand over the child, Mando."
- ―Riot Mar, to the Mandalorian
Riot Mar was a human male who worked as a bounty hunter affiliated with the Bounty Hunters' Guild. Following a fight on Nevarro circa 9 ABY in which the bounty hunter known as the Mandalorian had betrayed the Guild and fled with the bounty known as the Child, Mar attempted to recapture the Child from the Mandalorian.
Piloting his own starfighter, a Bounty Hunter Fighter, Mar engaged the Mandalorian's gunship, the Razor Crest, in space, managing to position himself behind the traitor and fire upon him, damaging one of the Razor Crest's engines. Mar continued firing while spinning his vessel as he pursued his target. The Mandalorian then span the Razor Crest, but was unable to shake Mar; however, he then quickly slowed the gunship. Mar narrowly avoided crashing into the Razor Crest, catching a wing on one of its engines, but was killed as the Mandalorian opened fire on his vessel and destroyed it.
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Equipment[edit | edit source]
Mar wore a yellow flight suit with a white helmet and a black breath mask decorated with a pattern of white teeth. He flew a Bounty Hunter Fighter, which was a fairly flat vessel with a central cockpit and two wings, with an engine in the center of each wing.
Behind the scenes[edit | edit source]
Riot Mar appeared in Chapter 5 of Jon Favreau's 2019 Disney+ television series The Mandalorian, which aired on December 6, 2019. He was portrayed by Rio Hackford, who also provided the motion-capture work for IG-11 in the show.
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Notes and references[edit | edit source]
- The Mandalorian is set 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, the events of The Mandalorian must have taken place around 9 ABY. establishes that
- The Mandalorian – "Chapter 5: The Gunslinger"
- 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.
- The Mandalorian – "Chapter 1: The Mandalorian"