Will Star Wars Jedi: Survivor’s Cal Kestis make an appearance in Season 3 of The Mandalorian?

Will Star Wars Jedi: Survivor's Cal Kestis make an appearance in Season 3 of The Mandalorian?

In less than four weeks, the waiting of Starwars-fans an end. Then appears on Disney+ finally the first episode of the third season of The Mandalorian.

The trailer has already told us a little bit about the season, but also a few things new questions guided. It is clear that our “Mando” Din Djarin (Pedro Pascal) after mandalore will return there to wash away his transgressions.

Besides, he has to grogu train in the ways of the Mandalorians. Since this in The Book of Boba Fett against Jedi training Luke Skywalker has decided, he is back at Din’s side. However, at the end of the trailer, we also see Grogu using his Force abilities. So he will not be able to completely do without this part of his personality and will have to keep learning.

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Will Mando and Grogu face Cal Kestis in The Mandalorian?

At this point could Cal Kestis come into play, the protagonist from the game Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order and his just moved sequels Star Wars Jedi: Survivor. He could give Grogu some lessons in using the Force.

In addition, it could become important with regard to a particularly interesting scene in the trailer: in a short shot we apparently see a flashback to Order 66. Several jedi wait with lit lightsabers in front of a locked door. Probably this review will shed some light on how Grogu the Order 66 survived has. Cal Kestis, in turn, could be the one to help him remember those dire events.

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Actor Cameron Monaghan would definitely be there!

Since we still don’t know anything about Cal’s fate after the original film trilogy, there’s a good chance he’ll make an appearance in The Mandalorian. Cal’s cast Cameron Monaghan has stated several times that he would like to play the character in other “Star Wars” media.

The Mando and Grogu could certainly use a Jedi’s help. Even if Grogu doesn’t get full Jedi training, at least a few lessons would be in the use of power beneficial to him. With that, he could one day form a bridge between the Mandalorians and the Jedi, just like they did long ago Tarre Vizsla gave, the builder of the darksaber. Who knows, maybe Grogu will darksaber even swing yourself one day!