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"We're Death Watch and we're here to rescue you."
―This Death Watch soldier to a Mandalorian police officer.[src]

In 20 BBY, a Death Watch soldier took part in both a mission to Jabba's Palace and the Takeover on Mandalore. This Mandalorian seemed to have a rank above that of many of his fellows, as he was charged with leading a squad of soldiers and was seen to walk with Bo-Katan Kryze and other lieutenants of Death Watch.



This Mandalorian "rescuing" fellow New Mandalorians from captivity

"No, thank Pre Vizla"
―The soldier to a Mandalorian police officer after the latter thanked the former for rescuing him.[src]

This Mandalorian was present during the mission to Jabba's palace, where he was seen at Bo-Katan's side and later, after the Hutt Families had joined the Shadow Collective, helping up a fallen warrior, a Quarren, in Jabba's employment.

When the Black Sun and Pyke Syndicate members took captive a group of workers and police at the Sundari shipping docks and put them in crates, this Death Watch member arrived with some others, "captured" the criminals and rescued those they had locked in the crates as part of a show in order for Death Watch to win over the people of Mandalore. When one of the police thanked him, this member replied that he should thank Pre Vizsla.

Later, he was present when the leader of Death Watch, Pre Vizsla, and Darth Maul dueled for the title of Mandalore. After the lengthy fight ended when Maul decapitated Vizsla, this member, along with several others, sided with Maul and recognized him as his new leader. He was able to be seen at Prime Minister Almec's side after the latter gave a speech to the people of Mandalore.

Soon after, this Death Watch member had apparently had misgivings about serving under Maul and joined Bo-Katan's rebels. He was visible helping Obi-Wan escape the planet so the latter could inform the Republic of what had occurred on Mandalore. Interestingly, this member did not enter the hangar his allies used to take cover, so it can be inferred that he was killed during the chase.

Behind the scenesEdit

During the scene where this Death Watch member helps a Quarren to his feet, another soldier using what appears to be the exact same model can be seen conversing with Bo-Katan Kryze.