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This article is about the minifigure; for the theme, see Star Wars: The Mandalorian; for the warriors with a similar name, see Mandalorian.

The Mandalorian, otherwise known by his real name Din Djarin, is a Star Wars minifigure first introduced in 2019.


The Mandalorian Season One[]

Din Djarin, referred to by most as "the Mandalorian", or "Mando" for short, was a human male Mandalorian bounty hunter during the New Republic Era. With his beskar armor and distinctive mask, the Mandalorian was both well-equipped and enigmatic—a stranger whose past was shrouded in mystery. He was a battle-hardened warrior, a man of few words, and a formidable mercenary in an increasingly dangerous galaxy.

Din was a child when his home world was caught up in the Clone Wars and his family murdered. Din himself was nearly killed by a Super Battle Droid, but was saved when it and others like it were engaged by a group of Mandalorians. These soldiers, a fanatical group known as the Children of the Watch, took young Din in and raised him as one of their own. Din thus embraced their zealous interpretation of “the Way”, the Mandalorian creed, which included never removing his helmet-the first piece of Beskar armor Din obtained-in the sight of other living beings.

After the fall of the Galactic Empire, the Mandalorian made a name for himself as a member of the Bounty Hunters' Guild, collecting bounties as he traveled across the galaxy's Outer Rim Territories—far from the authority of the New Republic—in his personal starship, the Razor Crest. Apart from his skill, he was known for disliking droids-no doubt a result of his childhood trauma-and for refusing to accept Imperial currency as payment, due to the Empire’s crimes against the Mandalorians. Around 9 ABY, the Mandalorian was hired by a client who offered a substantial reward for the acquisition of an asset located on the planet Arvala-7. During his mission on Arvala-7, he met an Ugnaught named Kuiil, who guided him to the location of the asset, and encountered a bounty hunter droid, IG-11. Upon seeing the asset itself, Djarin and IG-11 discovered that it was, in fact, a child. Unbeknownst to Djarin, the child was a former Jedi youngling named Grogu. Tasked with bringing Grogu in alive, Djarin shot IG-11 in the head, saving the infant and taking him into his custody. Discovering Grogu's Force-sensitivity during his time on Arvala-7, Djarin took Grogu back to the Client and collected his reward. However, the Mandalorian warrior had already begun to form a bond with the infant. Feeling remorseful for subjecting Grogu to a cruel fate, Djarin entered the facility where Grogu was kept and rescued him from the Imperials stationed there, and later fended off Guild hunters with the help of the Mandalorian Tribe. The two went on to embark on various adventures around the galaxy as they formed a close bond, including an encounter with former Rebel shock trooper Cara Dune, a job on Tatooine, and a run-in with a group of mercenaries. Djarin was later contacted by the Guild's agent, Greef Karga, who wished to make amends for his actions during Grogu's rescue. Karga offered to work with the Mandalorian to drive away the Imperials, who took control over Nevarro City, in exchange for dropping the bounty on the Child. Djarin then gathered his allies—Dune, Kuiil, and a re-programmed IG-11—and met with Karga on Nevarro. Djarin and his allies entered the city and fought the Imperials led by Moff Gideon, later retreating to the Tribe's covert after facing heavy opposition. The Mandalorian, known as "the Armorer," who had remained in the hideout after the covert's attempted relocation, tasked Djarin with returning Grogu to his people and declared the creation of his clan. After dealing with Gideon and his remaining Imperials, Djarin departed the planet with the infant and began his search for other Jedi.

The Mandalorian Season Two[]

As Djarin and Grogu wandered the galaxy, they went on many missions together, such as a run-in with the Marshal of Mos Pelgo, Cobb Vanth, a meeting with Bo-Katan Kryze and her unit, and another mission with Dune and Karga on Nevarro. Eventually, the pair traveled to Corvus, where they encountered a former Jedi named Ahsoka Tano, who was able to communicate with Grogu through the Force, revealing the child's name and history to the Mandalorian. After Djarin assisted Tano with liberating the city of Calodan from an Imperial magistrate named Morgan Elsbeth, Tano gifted Elsbeth's beskar spear to Djarin and directed him to Tython, a planet where Grogu could reach out to any other Jedi willing to train him. On Tython, as Grogu was attempting to reach a Jedi, Djarin met Boba Fett, the clone of another Mandalorian, who wanted his armor back in exchange for not harming Grogu and Fennec Shand, who Mando believed to be dead. However, before Djarin could give the armor to Fett, Gideon's Imperial remnant attacked, and captured Grogu. After receiving his armor, Fett agreed to help Djarin rescue Grogu, and, with the help of Cara Dune, Migs Mayfeld, and Fennec Shand, located Gideon's light cruiser. Djarin, alongside Kryze, Dune, Shand, and Koska Reeves stormed the cruiser and found Grogu. In the process, though, Djarin unintentionally became a potential heir to the title of Mand'alor after defeating Gideon in combat and claiming the Darksaber. As the team attempted to escape, they were cornered by a platoon of Dark Troopers before being rescued by Luke Skywalker, the Jedi that Grogu had reached out to. When Skywalker finally destroyed the Dark Troopers, he left the ship with Grogu, but not before Djarin said his goodbyes to the youngling and promised they would see each other again.

The Book of Boba Fett[]

With Grogu now training in the ways of the Jedi, Djarin returned to bounty hunting. On one mission, he learned of the location of his old tribe, and paid a visit to them. Djarin asked the Armorer to forge the beskar spear into a chainmail for Grogu, whom he intended to visit. The Armorer trained Djarin with the Darksaber, before Paz Vizsla challenged him to a duel, as Paz was the descendant of its original creator. Djarin and Vizsla dueled, though Djarin ultimately won. However, he was banished from the ways of the Mandalorian after the Armorer discovered that he had removed his helmet. Djarin soon visited Tatooine, having previously contacted Peli Motto to request the creation of a new ship. Djarin was then contacted by Shand, who requested his service for the Fett gotra in their upcoming battle against the Pyke Syndicate.

Before aiding Fett, Djarin decided to pay a visit to Luke Skywalker's temple on Ossus where he was greeted by R2-D2. Tano explained to him the struggles his presence would cause Grogu in his training, resulting in Djarin departing the planet, but not before asking Tano to give the armor to Grogu. Skywalker sensed that Grogu missed Djarin, and gave him the choice to either continue as a Jedi or return to Djarin, with Grogu choosing the latter. Meanwhile, Djarin assembled the people of Freetown to act as foot soldiers for the Fett gotra. The Pyke Syndicate soon blew up the Sanctuary, a key attraction of Mos Espa, causing war to break out. Djarin assisted Fett throughout the war, promising to be with him until they both fell. They fought off the Pyke enforcers together, before being reinforced by the people of Freetown. In the ensuing struggle against the Pykes' Scorpenek annihilator droids, Motto reunited Grogu with Djarin. Fett's rancor soon went on a rampage, which Djarin attempted to stop. Following the battle, Fett thanked Djarin before he departed the planet with Grogu.

The Mandalorian Season Three[]

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LEGO Fortnite[]

The Mandalorian could have been obtained immediately after purchasing the Chapter 2: Season 5 Battle Pass. He is now unobtainable due to being locked behind a battle pass.

Gallery of Variants[]

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Original ArmorOriginal Armor (2022 redesign)Beskar Armour (Cape)Beskar Armour (Jetpack)Beskar Armour (2023 redesign)Advent Calendar

Video Game Variants[]



Key Chains[]

  • 5006364 The Mandalorian Key Light

Video Game Appearances[]



  • Up until 75325 The Mandalorian's N-1 Starfighter, Din Djarin's head was a featureless black piece, even in sets released after his face reveal in the Season One finale of The Mandalorian.
    • His face printing debuted on a new part color, named "medium tan".


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