Name: Din Djarin
Homeworld: Aq Vetina, Concordia (adoptive)
Born: Prior to 19 BBY
Height: 1.8 meters
Hair color: Dark brown
Eye color: Brown
Skin color: Tan
Armor Weapons 5D+1
Brawling Parry 7D
Melee Parry 7D+1
Melee Combat 7D+2
Missile Weapons 6D
Vehicle Blasters 5D+2
Alien Species: 5D+1
Planetary Systems: 5D+2
Scholar; The Way: 6D
Beast Riding: 4D
Ground Vehicle Operation: 4D
Jet Pack Operation: 6D
Repulsorlift Operation: 6D+1
Space Transports: 7D+1
Starfighter Piloting: 7D
Starship Gunnery: 6D+2
Starship Shields: 6D+1
Armor Repair: 6D
Blaster Repair: 5D+2
Computer Programming/Repair: 4D+2
First Aid: 5D+1
Starfighter Repair: 5D
Space Transport Repair: 5D
FORCE SENSITIVE - N
CHARACTER POINTS: 16
FORCE POINTS: 4
DARK SIDE POINTS: 0
EQUIPMENT: (1000 Credits)
Bandoliers, Cape. BlasTech Industries IB-94 Blaster Pistol (5D), a long modified Amban sniper rifle (6D), Vibro-knife (Str+2D), Starship (Modified Naboo N-1 Starfighter), Various Grenades, Comlink, Bounty Tags
Beskar Mandalorian Armor
+3D to Strength vs Energy Damage
+4D to Strength vs Physical Damage
Helmet Sensors (+2D to search)
Macrobinocular Viewplate (x50 magnification)
Sealed Environment Filter
Skill: Armour Weapons
Damage: (4D strength grapple)
Skill: Armour Weapons
2 x Flame Projector:
Skill: Armour Weapons
Range: 1m Diameter, 1-5m long
Jetpack (can be remotely controlled)
Skill: Jetpack Operations
Maneuverability: Dexterity +2D
Description: Din Djarin, also known as "the Mandalorian," or simply "Mando," was a human male Mandalorian warrior during the era of the New Republic. With his Mandalorian armor, IB-94 blaster pistol, Amban sniper rifle, and distinctive beskar helmet, Djarin was both well-equipped and enigmaticâ€”a stranger whose past was shrouded in mystery to others. He hailed from Aq Vetina and became orphaned during the end of the Galactic Republic, and was raised on Concordia as a foundling by the Children of the Watch, an orthodox religious sect that had broken off from mainstream Mandalorian society. Djarin was unaware of this and believed that all Mandalorians followed the Children of the Watch's beliefs. He was trained to become a Mandalorian warrior and eventually joined the Tribe, which operated in a secret covert on Nevarro. Djarin became battle-hardened, a man of few words, and a formidable hunter in an increasingly dangerous galaxy.
After the fall of the Galactic Empire, Djarin made a reputation for himself as a member of the Bounty Hunters' Guild, collecting bounties as he traveled across the galaxy's Outer Rim Territoriesâ€”far from the authority of the New Republicâ€”in his personal ST-70 Assault Ship, the Razor Crest. Around 9 ABY, Djarin was hired on Nevarro by a client of an Imperial remnant faction, who offered a substantial reward for the acquisition of an asset located on the world Arvala-7. During his mission on Arvala-7, he met an Ugnaught named Kuiil, who guided him to the location of the asset, and encountered a bounty hunter droid, IG-11. Upon seeing the asset itself, Djarin and IG-11 discovered that it was, in fact, a Force-sensitive child. Unbeknownst to Djarin, the child was a former Jedi youngling named Grogu, and belonged to the same species as Jedi Grand Master Yoda. Tasked with bringing Grogu in alive, Djarin shot IG-11 in the head, saving the infant and taking him into his custody.
Discovering Grogu's Force-sensitivity during his time on Arvala-7, Djarin took Grogu back to the Client and collected his reward. However, the Mandalorian warrior had already begun to form a bond with the infant. Feeling remorseful for subjecting Grogu to a cruel fate, Djarin entered the facility where Grogu was kept and rescued him from the Imperials stationed there, and later fended off Guild hunters with the help of the Mandalorian Tribe. The two went on to embark on various adventures around the galaxy as they formed a close bond, including an encounter with former Rebel shock trooper Cara Dune, a job on Tatooine, and a run-in with a group of mercenaries.
Djarin was later contacted by the Guild's agent, Greef Karga, who wished to make amends for his actions during Grogu's rescue. Karga offered to work with the Mandalorian to drive away the Imperials, who took control over Nevarro City, in exchange for dropping the bounty on the Child. Djarin then gathered his alliesâ€”Dune, Kuiil, and a re-programmed IG-11â€”and met with Karga on Nevarro. Djarin and his allies entered the city and fought the Imperials led by Moff Gideon, later retreating to the Tribe's covert after facing heavy opposition. The Mandalorian, known as "the Armorer," who had remained in the hideout after the covert's attempted relocation, tasked Djarin with returning Grogu to his people and declared the creation of his clan. After dealing with Gideon and his remaining Imperials, Djarin departed the planet with the infant and began his search for Grogu's people.
As Djarin and Grogu wandered the galaxy, they went on many missions together, such as a run-in with the Marshal of Mos Pelgo, Cobb Vanth, a meeting with Bo-Katan Kryze and her unit, and another mission with Dune and Karga on Nevarro. Eventually, the pair traveled to Corvus, where they encountered a former Jedi named Ahsoka Tano, who was able to communicate with Grogu through the Force, revealing the child's name and history to the Mandalorian. After Djarin assisted Tano with liberating the city of Calodan from an Imperial magistrate named Morgan Elsbeth, Tano gifted Elsbeth's beskar spear to Djarin and directed him to Tython, a planet where Grogu could reach out to any other Jedi willing to train him. On Tython, as Grogu was attempting to reach a Jedi, Djarin met Boba Fett, the clone of another Mandalorian, who wanted his armor back in exchange for not harming Grogu. However, before Djarin could give the armor to Fett, Gideon's Imperial remnant attacked and captured Grogu.
After receiving his armor, Fett agreed to help Djarin rescue Grogu, and, with the help of Cara Dune, Migs Mayfeld, and Fennec Shand, located Gideon's light cruiser. Djarin, alongside Kryze, Dune, Shand, and Koska Reeves stormed the cruiser and found Grogu. In the process, though, Djarin unintentionally became a potential heir to the title of Mand'alor after defeating Gideon in combat and claiming the Darksaber. As the team attempted to escape, they were cornered by a platoon of Dark Troopers before being rescued by Luke Skywalker, the Jedi that Grogu had reached out to. When Skywalker finally destroyed the Dark Troopers, he left the ship with Grogu, but not before Djarin said his goodbyes to the youngling and promised they would see each other again.
With Grogu now training in the ways of the Jedi, Djarin returned to bounty hunting. On one mission, he learned of the location of his old tribe, and paid a visit to them. Djarin asked the Armorer to forge the beskar spear into a chainmail for Grogu, whom he intended to visit. The Armorer trained Djarin with the Darksaber, before Paz Vizsla challenged him to a duel, as Paz was the descendant of its original creator. Djarin and Vizsla dueled, though Djarin ultimately won. However, he was banished from the ways of the Mandalorian after the Armorer discovered that he had removed his helmet. Djarin soon visited Tatooine, having previously contacted Peli Motto to request the creation of a new ship. Djarin was then contacted by Shand, who requested his service for the Fett gotra in their upcoming battle against the Pyke Syndicate.
Before aiding Fett, Djarin decided to pay a visit to Skywalker's temple on Ossus where he was greeted by R2-D2. Tano explained to him the struggles his presence would cause Grogu in his training, resulting in Djarin departing the planet, but not before asking Tano to give the armor to Grogu. Skywalker sensed that Grogu missed Djarin, and gave him the choice to either continue as a Jedi or return to Djarin, with Grogu choosing the latter. Meanwhile, Djarin assembled the people of Freetown to act as foot soldiers for the Fett gotra. The Pyke Syndicate soon blew up the Sanctuary, a key attraction of Mos Espa, causing war to break out. Djarin assisted Fett throughout the war, promising to be with him until they both fell. They fought off the Pyke enforcers together, before being reinforced by the people of Freetown. In the ensuing struggle against the Pykes' Scorpenek droids, Motto reunited Grogu with Djarin. Fett's rancor soon went on a rampage, which Djarin attempted to stop. Following the battle, Fett thanked Djarin before he departed the planet with Grogu.
Djarin and Grogu's adventures continued for many months, with Djarin on one occasion visiting Batuu. Later, Djarin returned to Nevarro to meet Greef Karga to talk with him before preparing for his visit to Mandalore.
Personality and traits
Din Djarin was a lone Mandalorian warrior whose past and identity were a mystery to others, and he remained battle-worn and laconic as a formidable bounty hunter in the galaxy. A human male, he had dark hair, brown eyes, and tan skin.
A natural loner, Din Djarin was often aloof, tight-lipped, and generally silent. He rarely spoke unless spoken to, and had a tendency to let his action speak for themselves. However, under this cold exterior, laid a much softer side. While he was ruthless and unforgiving to members of the seedy underworld, he refrained from showing this side to the innocent and helpless. This softer side was the catalyst for his bond with Grogu. In addition to this softer side, Din Djarin was also extremely loyal to those that have helped him, and never forgot his allies. He insisted to pay Kuiil for his work when they restored the Razor Crest despite the Ugnaught's hesitation, helped Greef Karga rid Nevarro of the remaining Imperial Remnant free of charge, and refused payment when Boba Fett called upon him during Fett's war with the Pyke Syndicate, instead opting to assist Fett on goodwill alone. He refused to abandon Fett, even when Fett suggested that he should leave because their forces were drastically outnumbered. Djarin stated that it was against the Creed to go back on his word, and he was willing to stay even if it resulted in his death.
When confronting the Mythrol, Djarin captured his target without hesitation and later froze the Mythrol upon seeing the target tinkering around in the Razor Crest. As a hunter, he was considered one of the best by Karga of the Bounty Hunters' Guild, with his skills making him the galaxy's best hunter during his era. Karga viewed Djarin as his "most valuable partner" following the Mandalorian's successful capture of the Child. However, Djarin never celebrated his success, choosing to continue on to the next job.
Djarin, despite his profession, does not care excessively about money, but sees it as a means of earning a living. For example he refused yet another commission from the Ishi Tib guild master despite not having paid him, since he was only looking for information about the Mandalorian covert.
Djarin displayed a shy personality towards other individuals, such as Caben, Stoke, and people he had worked with before, like Xi'an and Malk. Djarin also rejected a life with the widowed Omera as he felt he did not belong at the village. During the standoff with Davan, Djarin was the only individual to holster his blaster, attempting to defuse the situation between the soldier and Mayfeld's team of mercenaries.
On the contrary, Djarin was close to the Tribe, and had a special interest in the foundlings, as he had been one before. He ensured that they received any of his excess beskar. He took the Creed of his tribe to heart, following its traditions and ways to the letter, most notably his utter refusal of taking off his helmet in front of others regardless of the situation. However, Djarin came to care for Grogu so much that he broke this code. Djarin was glad to have become a Mandalorian, and was notably angered to see the discarded armor of his fellow Mandalorians, determined to stay behind at the sewers and fight the Imperials as revenge. Mandalorians that did not follow the Way were not Mandalorians in his eyes.
Djarin was not used to being one of those who killed in cold blood, when he knew that there was a Human guard in the New Republic prison, sparing his life while his companions refused. He also showed that mercy with the scientific right hand of Gideon the Doctor Penn Pershing, for experimenting with Grogu.
Caring for Grogu
Grogu became one of the few beings whom Din Djarin truly bonded with, which started from the beginning of his relationship with the small alien. Despite his cold demeanor, he did not allow Grogu to be killedâ€”even when the Client allowed his termination for a smaller rewardâ€”and instead destroyed IG-11 before the droid could eliminate Grogu. Throughout his time on Arvala-7, he protected Grogu from various threats, and strictly refused to sell him to a tribe of Jawas. When he finally delivered Grogu to the Client, Djarin felt remorse upon powering up the Razor Crest to depart Nevarro, and returned to the Imperial facility to rescue him, even going close to death in an encounter with the Bounty Guild by shielding the infant from laser fire. Later, he showed his care for Grogu in searching for a place where they could happily reside away from bounty hunters, and was willing to leave Grogu behind in a remote village on Sorgan for the infant's sake.
When dealing with Motto, Djarin specifically requested that her pit droids stay away from his ship, but later thanked the mechanic when he saw her taking care of Grogu. Upon being reminded of the Way of the Mandalore by the Armorer, which dictated that he had to be responsible for Grogu's welfare far more than just the infant's protection, he decided to search the galaxy for Grogu's species. A strong emotional bond existed between Djarin and Grogu, which Ahsoka Tano sensed through the Force. She described Djarin as a father figure to Grogu. He considered Grogu to be his closest friend, and became his adopted father. Djarin went to great lengths to rescue Grogu after the Child was abducted by Moff Gideon, to the point of bending and breaking the rules of the Mandalorian creed that he was raised to uphold. Despite his objection to removing his helmet in public, Djarin did so before giving Grogu to Luke Skywalker, allowing the Child to see his face for the first time. Before parting ways, he promised that they would see each other again.
Later, he asked the Armorer to reforge his beskar spear into an armor for Grogu. He missed Grogu, and tried to visit him during Grogu's training, but was stopped by Ahsoka Tano.
Attitude towards droids
Being a survivor of an attack on his home by battle droids during the Clone Wars, Djarin was left with a hatred of droids that he carried on with for most of his life, which he demonstrated at times such as when he rejected a brand-new speeder driven by a droid for a human-operated one. He made this behavior clear to various individuals, such as a Kubaz ferryman, Peli Motto, and Cara Dune. He was also greatly distrustful of IG-11 despite his reprogramming, insisting on keeping the droid away from Grogu at all costs.
After witnessing IG-11 protect the infant with his life, however, Djarin's outlook on him changed, and he allowed the droid to take off the Mandalorian's helmet and heal his head injury. He was saddened when IG-11 chose to sacrifice himself for Grogu's safety. Following these events, his dislike of droids in general lessened; the brief friendship he had developed with IG-11 greatly improved his outlook on the mechanical beings. In fact, he even allowed Motto's DUM-series pit droids to conduct repairs on the Razor Crest, although Motto ordered her droids to be careful, believing Djarin only barely trusted automatons. Later, when he constructed his N-1 starfighter with Motto, he allowed her droids to help them, and cooperated with her BD unit. When he searched for Grogu in Luke's academy, he called R2-D2 a "friend".
Djarin was a warrior who initially wore a set of durasteel Mandalorian armor utilizing pieces made from beskar, which included a shoulder pauldron, helmet, and heartplate. The bounty hunter began replacing some of the damaged armor pieces with his payment of beskar from the Client; eventually, he achieved a full beskar body suit of a helmet, plated vest, two pauldrons, with one later bearing his signet, the mudhorn, two vambraces, two gauntlets, two greaves, and two boots. He also earned a jetpack made from beskar, which could be controlled remotely when he was not wearing it. Djarin's final suit also included non-beskar components, including bandoliers, a cape, and a belt with a pistol holster.
His helmet was capable of tracking heat signatures and long-range audio, and could detect recent footprints left on the ground by using his left vambrace. His left vambrace was equipped with a whistling bird launcher that could shoot twelve explosive projectiles. Both vambraces contained a flamethrower and a whipcord launcher. He usually carried an IB-94 blaster pistol holstered in his belt, a vibro-knife sheathed in his boot, and an Amban phase-pulse blaster, which he carried ammunition for in one of his bandoliers. He also carried flash charges, grav charges, and smoke bombs.
The Razor Crest itself had an arsenal of weapons, such as a Relby-v10 micro grenade launcher, an EE-3 carbine rifle, a DL-21 blaster pistol, and a drum blaster. While on Tatooine, Djarin made use of a Zephyr-J speeder bike that had previously belonged to Toro Calican. Djarin also has a smaller unidentified blaster pistol model which he briefly placed along with all of his remaining weapons in a checked cargo box in order to board a transport ship to Tatooine.
He also collected the weapons and armor of Mandalorian design, although he did not generally carry and use them: a vest, jetpack with single-shot missile launcher, and helmet with aiming device for the missile launcher collected on Tatooine, which was later recovered by Boba Fett on Tython and a beskar spear collected on Corvus. After defeating Moff Gideon in combat, Djarin acquired the Darksaber.