- "I'll hire us a Livery Cruiser. No big deal. It won't come out of your end. I'll pay for it. I'm just trying to make it pleasant."
- ―The Mythrol, to Din Djarin
A fledgling Mythrol male had a bounty placed upon him during the New Republic Era, where he was harassed by a group of trawlers within a bar on the ice planet Maldo Kreis. After a Mandalorian bounty hunter named Din Djarin entered the bar and incapacitated the trawlers, he captured the Mythrol, later freezing him in carbonite before delivering him, along with others, to the Bounty Hunters' Guild's Greef Karga in order to collect the rewards.
Biography[edit | edit source]
Harassed in a bar[edit | edit source]
- "Please. Please. I have credits. Take them."
- ―The Mythrol pleads with the trawlers
During the New Republic era in 9 ABY, the fledgling Mythrol male resided within a bar on the ice planet Maldo Kreis, where he was harassed by a group of trawlers. One of the humans claimed that his glands would be profitable at the port, and that the musk he would produce would be sweet due to his young age. He offered them his credits on the table, but to no avail. The Quarren then pulled him up to his feet as the human prepared to cut him with his knife.
Before they could continue, Din Djarin entered the bar, attracting the group's attention. The Mythrol then watched as the trawlers surrounded Djarin at the counter. As a fight ensued, he observed the brawl from behind the table. Once Djarin had incapacitated the three trawlers, he approached the Mythrol.
Capture[edit | edit source]
- "Oh. Is that a bounty puck? Is that me? Look…Uh, there must be some kind of mistake. I can get you more credits."
"I can bring you in warm…Or I can bring you in cold."
- ―The Mythrol, attempting to evade capture by Din Djarin
The Mythrol thanked Din Djarin for saving him, giving him the credits he had presented to the trawlers earlier, suggesting that he buy himself a drink. However, Djarin presented a bounty puck with his face and wanted status. The Mythrol offered him more credits, claiming there was a misunderstanding. Djarin then threatened him, saying he could bring him dead or alive. With no other options, the Mythrol obliged.
Trailing behind Djarin, they approached a ferryman, who provided them transportation to Djarin's personal starship, the Razor Crest. While on the landspeeder, the Mythrol spoke with the pilot regarding ravinaks, with the pilot replying that they were currently away from the ship. After arriving at the Razor Crest, the Mythrol offered to hire a Livery Cruiser, but was refused. He then watched as the pilot drove away, who was then killed by a ravinak, causing the Mythrol to panic. He was quickly pulled out of the creature's way by Din Djarin and into the starship. As the ravinak pulled the ship towards the ground, Djarin then repelled it with his Amban phase-pulse blaster, allowing them to fly away. The Mythrol then breathed a sigh of relief.
Frozen[edit | edit source]
- "I was hoping to be free for Life Day. Maybe even, uh…get home to the family. But I guess that's not gonna happen this year."
- ―The Mythrol's last words to Din Djarin
While in space, the Mythrol complimented the Razor Crest and reminded the Mandalorian that he still had a lot of credits. He then asked him if Mandalorians never took off their helmets, but Djarin remained silent throughout the flight. The Mythrol then asked Djarin if he could use the vacc tube, stating that the bounty hunter would not want to see a fledgling Mythrol evacuate their thorax. He then left the cockpit to search for the vacc tube.
After making his way to the ship's lower deck, he proceeded to tamper with the controls, opening a weapons cabinet in the process. Using the beeping noises produced by them, he attempted to fool Djarin into believing he had used the tube. The Mythrol then proceeded to inspect a number of individuals frozen in carbonite, while claiming that he wanted to be home for Life Day. Unbeknownst to him, Djarin made his way to the lower deck and stood beside him, who then grabbed him and placed him in a carbonite block, freezing him completely. After arriving on Nevarro, Djarin turned over his bounties to Greef Karga, an agent for the Bounty Hunters' Guild, who sent an individual to collect the frozen targets, including the Mythrol.
Personality and traits[edit | edit source]
- "I think I have to use the vacc tube. I mean I can do it here, but if you've never seen a Fledgling Mythrol evacuate their thorax, you're a lucky guy, trust me."
- ―The Mythrol, to Din Djarin
The fledgling male Mythrol had blue eyes and skin. Initially believing Din Djarin to be his savior, the Mythrol happily rewarded him with credits, before being presented with a bounty puck with his face on display. When dealing with the trawlers and Din Djarin, he would attempt to elude them by offering them credits, but would be ignored both times. While under the custody of Djarin, the Mythrol offered to pay the full expense for a Livery Cruiser, but was silently rejected by the bounty hunter. He later attempted to fool Djarin into thinking he was using the Razor Crest's vacc tube, but was eventually caught and frozen in carbonite by the bounty hunter.
Equipment[edit | edit source]
- "I have a lot of credits, by the way."
- ―The Mythrol, to Din Djarin
Behind the scenes[edit | edit source]
The Mythrol was portrayed by Horatio Sanz in the first episode of the 2019 Disney+ television show The Mandalorian, which aired on November 12, 2019. The character's makeup was done by makeup artist Brian Sipe.
Appearances[edit | edit source]
- The Mandalorian – "Chapter 1: The Mandalorian" (First appearance)
- The Mandalorian: This is the Way
- The Mandalorian – "Chapter 12: The Siege"
Non-canon appearances[edit | edit source]
Sources[edit | edit source]
- (First pictured)
- Disney Gallery: The Mandalorian – "Directing"
- Disney Gallery: The Mandalorian – "Legacy"
- Disney Gallery: The Mandalorian – "Cast"
- Disney Gallery: The Mandalorian – "Practical"
- Disney Gallery: The Mandalorian – "Score"
- Disney Gallery: The Mandalorian – "Connections"
- (Picture only)
Notes and references[edit | edit source]
- The Mandalorian – "Chapter 1: The Mandalorian"
- According to a timeline shown at D23 Expo 2019, The Mandalorian is set five years after Star Wars: Episode VI Return of the Jedi. Star Wars: Galactic Atlas dates the events of Return of the Jedi to 4 ABY, meaning that The Mandalorian is set in 9 ABY.
- 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.