The Mandalorian Chain Code From Episode 6 Has Already Been Translated

The Mandalorian Chain Code From Episode 6 Has Already Been Translated

The past few episodes of The Mandalorian have once again proven how well received Star Wars can be if left in the right hands. In Episode 5, viewers got their first look at a live-action Ahsoka Tano, partly fan casted and masterfully played by Rosario Dawson. Episode 6 saw the return of yet another fan favorite character, Boba Fett, who showed our hero Din Djarin the chain code embedded in his armor to prove his ownership. Now that chain code has been translated, seemingly confirming a Star Wars Legends character as canon.

After Boba Fett showed his chain code to Djarin, fans quickly went to work translating the code to see if there were any goodies to be found. During the episode it was revealed that Boba’s father, Jango Fett, was a Mandalorian foundling like Djarin, and as such was within his right to pass down to his son. Part of this and more is mentioned in the translation by a Redditor, which can be seen below:

  • Foundling
  • Took Into
  • The Year The
  • Concord Dawn
  • Mentor Jast
  • Father Fett
  • Boba Fett

For those unaware, Concord Dawn is Jango Fett’s home planet. Following that bit of code is a reference to a ‘Mentor Jast’ which likely refers to Jango’s adopted father, Jaster Mereel. This inclusion could have just been a simple Easter egg for those paying attention, though it also serves to hint that Jaster Mereel may now be canon outside of Star Wars Legends. If nothing else, it’s certainly an appreciable nod to what came before.

The Mandalorian is now streaming exclusively on Disney+.

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Ryan is the Lead Editor for Don't Feed the Gamers. When he isn't writing, Ryan is likely considering yet another playthrough of Final Fantasy IX. He's also the DFTG cinnamon bun.

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