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“What if this is Din & Grogu?”: The Mandalorian’s N1 Starkiller Was in Rise of Skywalker’s Battle of Exegol, Claims New Star Wars Theory

Star Wars: The Rise Of Skywalker poster, DIn Djarin's Mandalorian holding Grogu and, a still from Battle of Exegol

The Star Wars franchise is a cultural phenomenon that has captivated audiences worldwide for over four decades. This epic space story has become an iconic part of popular culture, known for its compelling storytelling, memorable characters, and groundbreaking visual effects. Set in a galaxy far away, Star Wars transports its viewers to a universe filled with intergalactic battles.

One thing that has remained constant in the decades is surely the very fact that fans can not stop speculating about the future of the franchise. In the vast universe of Star Wars, fans are always on the lookout for connections and hidden surprises. One such connection has been brought to attention by a fan who claims to notice an N1 Starfighter during the climactic Battle of Exegol in Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker.

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Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker, Episode IX
Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker

An N1 Starfighter Has Been Noticed During The Battle of Exegol

Recently, a fan noticed something intriguing during the climactic Battle of Exegol in Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker. Amidst the intense chaos of the battle, an N1 Starfighter caught the fan’s attention, leading to a wave of speculation and excitement within the community.

The Battle of Exegol serves as the climactic confrontation between the forces of the First Order and the Resistance. This monumental battle showcases the epic struggle for the galaxy’s fate. As starships clash and lightsabers ignite, the fan’s attention was caught by the unexpected sighting of the N1 Starfighter, sparking a flurry of speculation. While no one can confirm the identity of the pilot and their companion on the plane, some enthusiasts have supported the theory that it could be none other than Din Djarin and Grogu

Grogu and Din Djarin
Grogu and Din Djarin

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Star Wars Fans Believe Din Djarin and Grogu Were Part of The Battle of Exegol

The connection between Din Djarin (played by Pedro Pascal) and Grogu (voiced by David Acord) has been well-established in The Mandalorian. Initially driven by a sense of duty to deliver Grogu to the Jedi, Din found himself developing a deep emotional connection with the young Force-sensitive creature. Given the popularity of such as Din Djarin, known as the Mandalorian, and his adorable companion Grogu, it’s not surprising that fans would link them to the mysterious N1 Starfighter sighting. 

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Pedro Pascal's Din Djarin and Grogu in The Mandalorian
Pedro Pascal’s Din Djarin with Grogu. Source: Disney

The notion of Din Djarin and Grogu navigating the chaos of the Battle of Exegol in an N1 Starfighter is undeniably thrilling. Imagining their involvement in such a monumental event adds another layer of excitement to the already captivating Star Wars universe. However, until official confirmation or further revelations emerge, one can only delight in their imaginative musings. Fans are excited to see the involvement of Din & Grogu in the mainstream storyline as they eagerly wait for the upcoming projects of the franchise.  

Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker is available on Disney+.

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