The Mandalorian Quotes

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Elia Kane: Perhaps the leaders of Nevarro need to understand why becoming a Republic signatory is valuable.

Carson Teva: By letting them suffer? Sounds like a rather Imperial way of thinking.

Colonel Tuttle: Captain, you're out of line.

Elia Kane: It's fine. I'm used to that kind of talk. But from experience, it often takes a new perspective before one is able to see the light.

Carson Teva: You and your sort didn't "see the light." You were captured.

Elia Kane: No. I was liberated.

The Armorer (to Grogu): This is the Forge. It is the heart of Mandalorian culture. Just as we shape the Mandalorian steel, we shape ourselves. We all begin as raw ore. We refine ourselves through trials and adversity. The Forge can reveal weaknesses.

Ragnar (about Grogu): Why doesn't he wear a helmet?

Din Djarin: He is too young to speak the Creed, and so, too young to wear a helmet.

Ragnar: Then he's too young to fight.

Din Djarin: "One does not speak unless one knows." Is that not the Creed?

Ragnar: Well, I know.

Din Djarin: Perhaps this lesson is for you, then.

The Armorer: Bo-Katan Kryze, by Creed, you too are redeemed.

Bo-Katan Kryze: But I do not walk the Way.

The Armorer: Did you bathe in the waters?

Bo-Katan Kryze: I did.

The Armorer: And have you removed your helmet since?

Bo-Katan Kryze: No, I have not.

The Armorer: Then you may join our covert and live as your ancestors once did. You may leave anytime you wish. Until then, you are one of us. Welcome, Bo-Katan of Clan Kryze. This is the Way.

Elia Kane: So, why not continue your research here?

Penn Pershing: I don't think it's something the New Republic would be interested in. The ethics of cloning are complicated.

Elia Kane: But if it could help the New Republic, isn't that important enough? Following orders blindly is how we got in trouble in the first place. Sometimes you have to trust your gut.

Din Djarin: Where'd they come from?

Bo-Katan Kryze: I've scugged off a lot of Imperial warlords.

Din Djarin: They tend to get mad when you hijack their ships.

Bo-Katan Kryze: Now you tell me.

Din Djarin (to Grogu): A Mandalorian has to understand maps and know their way around. That way, you'll never be lost.

(Peli sells her astromech to Mando...)

Peli Motto: I wouldn't rely too much on this one. Its circuitry is a little fragile.

Din Djarin: I thought you said it was built for adventure.

(Din and Grogu leave the planet...)

Din Djarin (to Grogu): You ready for an adventure?

(Peli just took the job to fix a speeder that is missing some parts...)

Peli Motto: Hey, tell the Jawas the Rodian left. All right, let's get this thing back together again. Quickly, before he sees you. Go, go, go, go, go! Put those parts back on the speeder. Paint 'em so they look different.

Peli Motto: I should charge you more considering now I gotta work Boonta Eve. (The Rodian says something back) Me? You know, I do have a life. Big holiday. I had big plans! You know, I just don't sit around here and work all day, I'm very popular.

Din Djarin: You gave up your designs to retake Mandalore?

Bo-Katan Kryze: Your cult gave up on Mandalore long before the Purge. Where were you then? The Children of the Watch and all the factions that came before fractured and shattered our people. Go home. There's nothing left.

Din Djarin (to Grogu): Never trust a pirate.

Din Djarin (to Grogu): Being a Mandalorian's not just learning about how to fight, you also have to know how to navigate the galaxy, because you never know where you might be headed next.

(Droid pushes down the bust of Greef Karga on a malfunctioning IG-11...)

Din Djarin (to Karga): Now that's using your head.

Greef Karga: Oh, I'm confused. I thought you had completed your mission, but you're still running around here with the same little critter.

Din Djarin: It's complicated. I completed my quest. He returned to me. I removed my helmet, and now I'm an apostate.

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