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Entertainment noticed? "The Mandalorian" honors a fan favorite so beautifully.

18:50  25 november  2020
18:50  25 november  2020 Source:   filmstarts.de

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He was supposed to kill Baby Yoda before he was eliminated by Mando (Pedro Pascal) and reprogrammed by Kuiil (voice: Nick Nolte) to be IG-11 protect the little green rascal from now on. He does it to the last consequence: When Baby Yoda threatens to fall into the hands of Moff Gideon (Giancarlo Esposito) and his troops again, IG-11 activates its explosive self-destruction.

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The feat happens on the bounty hunter planet Nevarro ...

... where someone built a memorial in honor of IG-11, as it turns out in the new episode. We see the statue in the background of the current episode "The Mandalorian" (Chapter 12: The Expulsion ") when Mando goes to Greef Karga's (Carl Weathers) quarters:

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Our thanks for the sighting go out to the Twitter channel Star Wars Facts & Leaks (@SWTweets), through which we became aware of the statue. It's a subtle, beautiful honor for IG-11:

Somehow the report about IG-11's victims must have made the rounds. Besides Mando and Baby Yoda, he was only witnessed by ex-rebel Cara Dune (Gina Carano) and guild chief Greef Karga (Carl Weathers). Did you have the statue built yourself or did you tell someone else about the feat?

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Either way, the two of them certainly know what many viewers have noticed in the course of the series: IG-11 may have been programmed to self-destruct to avoid capture as he ends by saying - but like so many other droids in Star Wars, IG-11 had a soul. It was given to him by dear Kuiil. IG-11 would have sacrificed himself even without a self-destruct protocol, even if he would of course never have admitted it himself.

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