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Tracking fobs were short-range sensors used by bounty hunters to track their quarries. Bounty hunters who take on assignments gain access to their target's chain code—an identification marker that describes certain biographical information. This code drives the parameters of tracking fobs, which are attuned to this biometric data.[4]

Upon the capture and delivery of said quarry, a Guild operative runs a sensor check on the bounty's body and compares it to the chain code data on the fob, confirming the identification of the acquisition.[4]

In 9 ABY, the Bounty Hunters' Guild handed out tracking fobs to its hunters. Quarries listed on tracking fobs througout their history included a Mythrol, Grogu, and Fennec Shand, all of whom were collected by Mandalorian bounty hunter Din Djarin.[1]

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Tracking fobs first appeared in Chapter 1 of the 2019 Disney+ television series The Mandalorian,[1] which aired on November 12, 2019.[5]



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