Moff Gideon: It's yours now.
Din Djarin: What is?
Moff Gideon: The Darksaber. It belongs to you.
Din Djarin: Now... it belongs to her. (offers it to Bo-Katan)
Moff Gideon: She can't take it. It must be won in battle. In order for her to wield the Darksaber again, she would need to defeat you in combat.
Din Djarin: I yield. It's yours.
Moff Gideon: No. No. (laughs) It doesn't work that way. The Darksaber doesn't have power. The story does. Without that blade, she's a pretender to the throne.
Migs Mayfeld: Hey, I'm just a realist. I'm a survivor, just like you.
Din Djarin: Let's get one thing straight. You and I are nothing alike.
Migs Mayfeld: I don't know. Seems to me like your rules start to change when you get desperate. I mean, look at ya. You said you couldn't take your helmet off, and now you got a stormtrooper one on, so what's the rule? Is it that you can't take off your Mando helmet, or you can't show your face? 'Cause there is a difference. Look, I'm just sayin', we're all the same. Everybody's got their lines they don't cross until things get messy. As far as I'm concerned, if you can make it through your day and still sleep at night, you're doin' better than most.
Boba Fett: My chain code has been encoded in this armor for 25 years. You see, this is me. Boba Fett. This is my father, Jango Fett.
Din Djarin: Your father was a foundling.
Boba Fett: Yes. He even fought in the Mandalorian Civil Wars.
Din Djarin: Then that armor belongs to you.
Boba Fett: I appreciate its return.
Din Djarin (to Grogu): You're very special, kid. We're gonna find that place you belong and they're gonna take real good care of you. This is Tython. That's where we're gonna try and find you a Jedi. But you have to agree to go with them if they want you to. Understand? Plus, I can't train you. You're too powerful. Don't you wanna learn more of that Jedi stuff? I agreed to take you back to your own kind, so that's what I need to do. You understand, right?
Ahsoka Tano (about Grogu): You're like a father to him. I cannot train him.
Din Djarin: You made me a promise, and I held up my end.
Ahsoka Tano: There is one possibility. Go to the planet Tython. You will find the ancient ruins of a temple that has a strong connection to the Force. Place Grogu on the seeing stone at the top of the mountain.
Din Djarin: Then what?
Ahsoka Tano: Then Grogu may choose his path. If he reaches out through the Force, there's a chance a Jedi may sense his presence and come searching for him. Then again, there aren't many Jedi left.
Din Djarin: Thank you.
Ahsoka Tano: May the Force be with you.
Ahsoka Tano (about Grogu): He's formed a strong attachment to you. I cannot train him.
Din Djarin: What? Why not? You've seen what he can do.
Ahsoka Tano: His attachment to you makes him vulnerable to his fears. His anger.
Din Djarin: All the more reason to train him.
Ahsoka Tano: No. I've seen what such feelings can do to a fully trained Jedi Knight. To the best of us. I will not start this child down that path. Better to let his abilities fade.