- New information suggests that Din Djarin may have a connection to the Force and the Nightsisters of Dathomir, although he initially knew nothing about the Force in The Mandalorian. This connection can be traced back to his hometown of Aq Vetina, which is located near Dathomir.
- Ark Vitina’s location on the Star Wars galaxy map in Dawn of the Rebellion suggests that something significant happened there during the Dark Times and the Rise of the Rebellion. This, combined with the proximity to Dathomir, hints at a deeper connection between Ark Vitina, Din, and the Nightsisters.
- The color of the robes worn by Din and his people at Akvetina is reminiscent of the robes worn by the Nightsisters, further supporting the theory that there is a connection between the two. This connection may play a role in Din’s future, possibly involving Thrawn and a revisit to Akvetina.
New details revealed Star Wars galaxies, especially surrounding galaxies The Mandalorian, proposed a theory suggesting that Pedro Pascal’s Din Djarin may have a long-lost connection to the Force and the Nightsisters of Dathomir.When the audience first meets Din The Mandalorian Roughly four years before Season 1, he knew nothing about the Force, like anyone in the galaxy, and was confused even as he witnessed the mysterious ways the Force moved within living things. Djarin’s Mandalorian identity only emphasized his limited knowledge of the Force, as the Jedi had long been their sworn enemies throughout Mandalorian history.
The Jedi aren’t the only Force users in the galaxy, though, as the dark side has attracted its fair share of influential groups.People usually think of the Sith first, but there is another race of Force users who became even more important after the Sith Ahsoka: The Nightsisters of Dathomir.So far the only connection between Din and The Mandalorian The Nightsisters captured Morgan Elsbeth on the planet Corvus with Djarin’s assistance, but new details Star Wars Revealing the existence of the Milky Way and pointing to long-ago connections the mandalorian The story even begins.
New Star Wars galaxy map places Din Djarin’s homeworld near Dathomir
Updated map Star Wars The Milky Way has been revealed in the source book dawn of rebellion Proposed by Pablo Hidalgo, who gave many of the first The Mandalorian Precise position relative to other familiar planets.One of the most interesting additions is Din’s home planet Aq Vetina, a planet only named in one other sourcebook called Aq Vetina star wars bookbut appeared in Djarin’s flashback The Mandalorian Season 1. Aq Vetina and Dathomir are quite close, both planets are located in the New Territories Star Wars Department – except for Mandalore itself.
Not only is this an interesting location for Din’s homeworld, but it’s a wonder that it’s included on this map, as the planets placed in this book were considered planets of note during the Dark Ages and the rise of the Rebellion. It is more likely, then, that Akvitina is of interest, not because of its importance to Din Djarin himself, but because something important happened there during this era.Given the planet’s distance from Dathomir and other implications The Mandalorian For its part, Akvetina and the planet are likely to have far more galactic connections than previously thought.
The fact that Dathomir is located between Akvetina and Mandalore is just another connection between Din Djarin and the Nightsisters, as it does tie his two home worlds together – which Might become even more important in Star Wars. Star Wars’ future.
The Din wear robes reminiscent of the Night Sisters
One of the strongest connections between Din’s homeworld of Akvetina and the Nightsisters of Dathomir is the color of their robes.In a flashback to Din’s hometown The Mandalorian In Season 1, he and his parents both wear red robes, reminiscent of what the Nightsisters wear, with a very similar color and even hoods. Djarin’s original armor even paid homage to this color, with his breastplate and cuirass painted crimson, the same robes he wore in Akvetina.
While there are some differences, especially the brown and green tones, everyone seen in Din’s flashback background appears to be wearing at least some sort of red accent in their robes.Consider the clothes most people wear Star Wars The galaxy is an earthy and neutral palette of browns, tans, and greens, but it’s strange that Ark Vitina happens to be wearing the same red as the Nightsisters, especially so close to Dathomir. This does seem to indicate a connection between the two, even though Din and his people were never really considered Nightsisters or Nightbrothers themselves. E. Anne Convery’s lensed story “Bug” confirms the existence of potential Nightsister diehards on many worlds, such as the planet Siddi; as does Aq Vetina.
Will Din (and Thrawn) revisit Aq Vetina?
Grand Admiral Thrawn has just returned to the galaxy and established his base on Dathomir. It’s likely that Thrawn will expand his affairs to planets like Akvetina and even investigate the planet if he traces it back to Din. and sees the Mandalorian as a threat.Thrawn excelled in it Star Wars Galaxy comes to study his opponent’s weaknesses to find ones he can exploit, and Din’s troubled past in the destruction of Akvitina will be the perfect tool for him to use against Djarin. If any Nightsister connections do exist, Thrawn could also visit the planet under Nightsister agreement, where he could also eventually learn more about Din’s past.
As for Djarin himself, he may have to revisit the planet or investigate on Carson Tevar’s behalf, especially if there are reports of Imperial activity in the area. He could also simply visit the planet as part of Grogu’s apprenticeship, showing his adopted son the place where he was born before the Mandalorians took him in.A darker option also suggests that Thrawn might lure him into a trap on his home planet, a scenario likely to be shown in The Mandalorian Season 4 further ties Din and Thrawn’s storylines together, setting the stage for Star Wars’ Future climactic event.