The Mandalorian: With the Night King from Game of Thrones – all Easter Eggs from episode 7 of the Star Wars series explained


December 12, 2020 at 2:12 pm

The 7th “The Mandalorian” episode from season 2 is again full of “Star Wars” Easter Eggs and references. Netzwelt lists all 12 for you …

“The Mandalorian” Chapter 15: Din Djarin and Boba Fett (Source: Disney + / Lucasfilm)

In addition to the major “Star Wars” announcements from Disney Investor Day, the latest episode of “The Mandalorian” (Season 2, Episode 7) is also available on Disney +. In “The Faithful”, “Mando” Din Djarin (Pedro Pascal) sets out to rescue Baby Yoda (or Grogu) – and we have listed all 12 Easter eggs and references from the episode for you.

1: The Night King from “Game of Thrones”

In the Mando episode “The Faithful”, returnees Migs Mayfeld (Bill Burr) shoots the greasy Imperial commander Valin Hess (Richard Brake) when he raves about his participation in Operation: Cinder, who killed several planets!


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Actor Richard Brake might look familiar to Disney + viewers. The famous character actor has appeared in genre works such as Rob Zombies “31” from 2016 or “3 from Hell” from 2019 in recent years. Brake also played in “Kingsman: The Secret Service” or “Mandy” with Nicolas Cage. And he also played in the epic fantasy series “Game of Thrones” the 1st Night King (in German: Nachtkönig) before Vladimir Furdik took on this role from season 6.

2: Jango Fett’s weapon from “Star Wars: Episode II – Attack of the Clones”

In the 2nd prequel part “Star Wars: Episode II – Attack of the Clone Warriors”, Boba Fett’s “father” Jango Obi-Wan Kenobi (Ewan McGregor) tries to kill his spaceship Slave I in the asteroid field of Geonosis with seismic charges.

In the “Mando” episode “Der Getreue”, Boba Fett (Temuera Morrison) uses his father’s powerful weapon again to destroy two Imperial TIE fighters who are chasing him – and for “Star Wars” fans there is a wonderful allusion here to one of the most memorable moments in the prequel trilogy.

3: A weird Poe Dameron Easter Egg in the credits

In the credits of the latest “Mandalorian” episode, the concept art hides a strange Easter egg for “Star Wars” icon Poe Dameron (Oscar Isaac), which you can see here:

Poe Dameron-Cameo in The Mandalorian

Poe Dameron-Cameo in The Mandalorian (Quelle: Screenshot Disney+)

Poe Dameron, one of the stars of the sequel trilogy, controls one of the barges on the concept image that the pirates on Morak use to attack the Imperial Juggernaut controlled by Mando and Mayfeld. The “Mandalorian” makers bow to Poe and his actor Oscar Isaac …

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