|Unidentified Death Watch saboteur|
|Chronological and political information|
- "A Separatist saboteur attacked one of our Republic cruisers. A Mandalorian saboteur."
- ―Obi-Wan Kenobi
This male saboteur was a member of the Mandalorian Death Watch who lived around the time of the Clone Wars. Around 21 BBY, he was hired by the Confederacy of Independent Systems to sabotage a Republic cruiser. The Mandalorian, however, was attacked before he could complete his mission and captured after a firefight with Republic troops. He then committed suicide rather than submit to interrogation.
This male Mandalorian lived during the last decade of the Galactic Republic and was part of the Death Watch, a Mandalorian splinter group. Around 22 BBY, during the Clone Wars, the Mandalorian was tasked by the Confederacy of Independent Systems, which was at war with the Galactic Republic, to sabotage a Republic cruiser. However, before he could complete his mission, the Mandalorian was spotted, and a firefight erupted between him and Republic troops. Despite trying to escape, the Mandalorian was captured. He then committed suicide to escape interrogation.
After the attempted sabotage, the Jedi High Council tasked Jedi Master Obi-Wan Kenobi to investigate the background of the Mandalorian. Kenobi showed a holograph of the Mandalorian to Prime Minister Almec and Duchess Satine Kryze of Mandalore during his investigation. Almec and Kryze were both shocked by the brutality of the Mandalorian, as Kryze believed she had brought the planet to an era of pacifism. Kenobi was later able to find the Death Watch headquarters on the moon Concordia.
Personality and traitsEdit
- "He took his own life rather that submit to questioning."
- ―Obi-Wan Kenobi
This Mandalorian served in the Death Watch and was well-trained and agile. In battle, the Mandalorian was equipped with traditional Mandalorian armor, a jetpack, a blaster, and two pistols. He decided to commit suicide rather than be interrogated by the Republic.
Behind the scenesEdit
The Mandalorian's first and only appearance to date in Star Wars canon was in "The Mandalore Plot," an episode from the second season of the Star Wars: The Clone Wars television series, which aired on January 29, 2010.