Entertainment See when 'The Mandalorian' takes place in the overall 'Star Wars' timeline

11:51  30 october  2020
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When Does The Mandalorian Take Place in the Star Wars Universe? It can be difficult to keep track of exactly when things happens in a Star Wars story. Since the original Star Wars trilogy, the franchise has jumped back in time for a prequel trilogy, and then forward again for a third trilogy that

In terms of Star Wars years, Return of the Jedi is set in 4 ABY (after the Battle of Yavin) and The Force Awakens is set in 34 ABY, which means The Mandalorian takes place around 9 ABY. This is a period of time when the New Republic, the democratic government formed by the Rebel Alliance following

Yoda in © Disney/Lucasfilm Yoda in "Star Wars: Return of the Jedi" and the Child in "The Mandalorian." Disney/Lucasfilm
  • "The Mandalorian" takes place after the events in the original "Star Wars" trilogy.
  • Insider made a timeline to show how "The Mandalorian" and other upcoming "Star Wars" TV shows fit into the chronological timeline of events.
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If you've ever wondered how the sprawling "Star Wars" universe all fits together, look no further than the chronological timeline of movies and TV shows we've made here here.

During a 2019 D23 Expo panel, Disney showed audiences a look at the new narrative timeline of events and how the new projects — including the currently untitled shows — will work to tell one massive galactic space opera.

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  The Mandalorian: 5 questions season 2 should answer Here's what you need to remember going into the new season of The Mandalorian. Moff Gideon's backstory: We know the show's big bad Moff Gideon (Giancarlo Esposito) served as an officer in the Imperial Security Bureau and wants The Child for some nefarious purpose. We don't know much else about him: Such as how he acquired the fabled Darksaber, or whether he might have Force powers, and how vast is his, um, empire, exactly? Who those boots belonged to: On Tattooine, a dark figure in boots approached the (apparently) lifeless body of fugitive assassin Fennec Shand (Ming-Na Wen).

" The Mandalorian "s place on the " Star Wars " timeline was further confirmed in Episode 3, when Greef Carga made mention of the nascent New Republic, giving us Since The Mandalorian takes place on the fringes of the Star Wars galaxy, it only occasionally touches on wider galactic turmoil.

Here is an official timeline of events in Canon Star Wars . You can see that The Mandalorian television program, at least as of season one, is set in 9 ABY, which is nine years after the destruction of the first Death Star , as seen in Episode I: A When does The Mandalorian actually take place ?

Insider took that timeline and reworked it into an easy-to-scan format, which you can see below. In particular, fans might be curious about seeing the way "The Mandalorian" takes place after the original "Star Wars" trilogy.

"The Mandalorian" centers around a bounty hunter and a 50-year-old being known simply as the Child. Fans have taken to calling the Child "Baby Yoda," since he's the same unnamed species as the iconic Yoda character from the original movies.

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Even if we don't know the Child's species name, the timeline tells us for certain that the Child isn't literally a younger, baby-version of Yoda. "The Mandalorian" takes place in the years after the events of the first three "Star Wars" movies, in which Yoda dies.

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 Baby Yoda from In the "Star Wars" series " The Mandalorian ", Baby Yoda is always at the side of the bounty hunter Din Djarin ( Pedro Pascal). At the end of the first season, the Mandalorian has fully accepted his role as a substitute father and no longer lets the little green rascal, after whom dark forces are after, out of sight.

When The Mandalorian takes place , and what it means for Baby Yoda. The Mandalorian is set somewhere around 9 ABY (After the Battle of Yavin), which after cross-checking with various Star Wars timeline resources, puts it about six years after Yoda’s introduction in Empire.

What it is about is when “ The Mandalorian ” takes place in relation to the movies and other pieces of “ Star Wars ” media. And if you just turn on the The Empire’s collapse is a recent state of affairs in the show, as we see when the Mandalorian ’s client (Carl Weathers) tries to pay him with Imperial credits

It's also worth noting that the upcoming Obi-Wan Kenobi series will take place during the span of time covered in "Solo: A Star Wars Story" — which means we could see more of Darth Maul on the coming TV show.

Then there's the Cassian Andor series, which will of course take place before the events of "Rogue One" (when Cassian and all the other Rebels in the movie were killed in the course of their mission).

We also know there are two other trilogies in the works. The first announced trilogy is coming from Rian Johnson (writer and director of "The Last Jedi"). Disney has yet to announce major details about those sets of films, but we do know Benioff and Weiss' will be the first to debut, and they will take place some time after the events of "The Rise of Skywalker."

Insider will add those movies (and other "Star Wars" projects) to our timeline once new information is revealed.

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