“The Siege” added back Paul Sun-Hyung Lee’s New Republic pilot Carson Teva in a quick cameo. Captain Teva involves Nevarro after Din’s departure to inquire about the Imperial base’s destruction. While there, he makes a suggestion to Cara Dune to return to the Republic forces and be a part of the combat in opposition to the Imperial Remnant.
She refuses withinside the moment, however he leaves an Alliance medal (sigil? badge?) together along with her that can prove important later on.As one of the series’ number one habitual characters, Cara is positive to be visible again. As Gideon gathers electricity and turns into bolder in his plans, she ought to play a more fundamental function in the war in opposition to him.
It appears not likely that The Mandalorian will convey in any fundamental Alliance gamers from the authentic trilogy given the problems of recasting, however Cara’s arc ought to display lovers a piece extra of the early days of the New Republic.“The Siege” changed into a huge episode for Baby Yoda. He tried a few mid-flight mechanical repairs, drank soup, enrolled in a galactic geography class, stole some other kid’s macaroons with the Force.
In all seriousness though, “The Siege” raises a few questions on Baby Yoda’s capability in the instant future – each in phrases of the Force and primary sentient behavior. He appears to recognize Din’s commands decently (if not perfectly) properly at the start of the episode.
His Force powers don’t appear to be arduous him pretty as much (though in fairness, cookie robbery is a pretty low-energy task). Will the Child go through any vast adjustments in speech, intelligence, bodily ability, or Force powers because the display continues? We’ll all need to keep watching The Mandalorian to discover out.