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Name and Legends equivalentEdit

I wanted to bring up two issues for discussion here:

  • I don't believe the Gauntlet fighter Databank page is suggesting that this subject's actual name is "Mandalorian Protectors." Mandalorian is just a descriptive term in that context. The name of the page should reflect the actual used name of the group, which is just "Protectors." This page should be called Protectors (Concord Dawn).
  • The Legends Mandalorian Protectors have a similar name, but I believe that the more appropriate Legends equivalent for this page is the Journeyman Protector page. The Journeyman Protectors were the Protectors of Concord Dawn in Legends.

- Brandon Rhea(talk) 13:15, January 28, 2016 (UTC)

Dave Filoni said the Protectors were the Mandalorian ruler's enforcers. (Concord Dawn) implies that's all they guarded. I'd have placed this under "Protector" myself and moved the current disambig page. --Alientraveller (talk) 13:27, January 28, 2016 (UTC)
I'm fine with that, or Protectors (Mandalorians). - Brandon Rhea(talk) 13:36, January 28, 2016 (UTC)
Sorry for jumping the gun. I'll open a discussion in future situations. Cwedin(talk) 17:15, January 28, 2016 (UTC)


We should add that they´re affiliated to The rebellion, as secretly or forced allies, since at the end of the episode is implied that the Protectors granted safe pass by Concord Dawn --DarthRuiz30 (talk) 23:00, January 28, 2016 (UTC)

  • I agree. The new Databank pages also suggest they were sympathetic to the rebellion. Cwedin(talk) 23:04, January 28, 2016 (UTC)

History/Conflict with Deathwatch Edit

It was shown that the Protectors view the organization Deathwatch in a negative light. When Sabine tells them she is of House Wen they exclaim her as part of Deathwatch and call her a traitor. - CE3K-1977(talk) 22:33, November 5, 2016 (UTC)


The Protectors serve the ruler of Mandalore, but since Mandalore (and its ruler) is a vassal of the Empire, shouldn't they technically serve the Empire anyway? The article here states Mandalore was occupied by the Empire, but the Galactic Empire article claims Mandalore was the Empire's vassal. So which is it?-- 23:43, November 23, 2016 (UTC)

Where were the Protectors during Satine's Rule? Its clear that they existed prior to the Clone Wars as Commander Bacara was Trained by an Ex-Journeyman Protector. And the Protectors describe Death Watch as "Traitors"

Article NameEdit

Why is the main name the Journeyman Protectors when it's only called that once, and Filoni and crew call them the Mandalorian Protectors? This isn't to say the Journeyman name can't be in the article, but I'd probably their places. 2601:246:C504:290:550B:752B:6FF3:8BCA 12:11, September 4, 2017 (UTC)

Nevermind. I guess they were only called that in Star Wars: Commander. 2601:246:C504:290:550B:752B:6FF3:8BCA 12:12, September 4, 2017 (UTC)

Split Mandalorians Protectors and Journeyman ProtectorsEdit

I do not believe that there is sufficient evidence to conclude that the Mandalorians Protectors and Journeyman Protectors are one and the same. All the updated Character Encyclopedia says is that the Journeyman Protectors were lawmen from Concord Dawn and that an ex-Journeyman Protector trained Bacara. While the Mandalorian Protectors did train clones during the Clone Wars, they only established a base on the third moon of Concord Dawn after the Empire had occupied Mandalore. In addition, they served as royal guards, not lawmen. There are no sources that explicitly refer to the Mandalorian Protectors as the Journeyman Protectors and vice versa. Thus, I believe that these articles should be split. - AV-6R7Crew Pit 02:01, April 5, 2019 (UTC)

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