WARNING: Following are spoilers for the second episode of The Mandalorian, "The Child," which will now be broadcast on Disney +.
The Mandalorian has proven to be a formidable bounty hunter able to take on a mercenary bunker with the help of a single ally stealing the scene. However, the first two episodes of the Star Wars live action series have highlighted a blatant error in his fighting abilities: he is useless when confronted with animals.
When we meet for the first time, the Mandalorian (Pedro Pascal) is on an icy planet where he takes a bounty and brings him back to his ship. On the way there, his ship is almost overthrown by a massive sea monster named Ravinak. It reaches for the ship of the Mandalorian, the Razor Crest and tows it almost into the icy waters. However, the Mandalorian is barely able to electrocute him and force him to release the landing gear.
Click the button below to start this article in quick view. Creatures that can be ridden will be introduced next. On the desert planet Arvala-7 you just have to cross the sand without dying. But if the Mandalorian does not pay attention, you get close to him personally. Despite all his technology and weapons, the Mandalorian can not escape the creature's access. It takes the arrival of Kuiil, who is used to the creatures to save the Mandalorian from the Star Wars equivalent of a camel attack, resembles a rhinoceros and becomes his target at the behest of the Jawas. In order to regain the parts of his ship stolen at the beginning of the episode "Chapter 2: The Child," he must steal an egg from the creature.