The Mandalorian Season 2 is about to arrive at an eventful conclusion, and the anticipation from fans is already sky-high. The sophomore run of the hit Star Wars show is already successful in the eyes of many fans, and the much-awaited Season 2 finale will likely elevate the dominance of the Disney+ series even further.
“Chapter 15" of The Mandalorian was remarkable for a number of reasons, since it marked the first time that Grogu a.k.a. The Child was not featured on-screen, essentially breaking the tradition of the show in terms of Baby Yoda sightings. Despite that, the latest episode still delivered a massive surprise to fans with Mando taking off his helmet to complete his dangerous mission to track Moff Gideon's Imperial Cruiser.
While fans wait for the epic Season 2 finale, a new batch of stills from "The Believer" has been released to tide them over.
Star Wars officially released a new batch of stills from the latest episode of The Mandalorian Season 2 entitled "Chapter 15: The Believer."
Temeura Morrison's Boba Fett is showcased in this official still from "Chapter 15."
This image shows Bill Burr's Migs Mayfeld in the New Republic's scrapyard prison.
Mando and Mayfeld negotiate the terms of their deal in this official The Mandalorian image.
Mando, Fennec Shand, Boba Fett, Mayfeld, and Cara Dune starts to map out a plan to infiltrate Morak's Imperial base.
Mayfeld tries to start a conversation with Mando, but the latter is clearly not amused.
Mando, dressed as an Imperial stormtrooper, tries to defeat Morak's pirates all by himself.
Surprisingly, Mando took off his armor for the sake of Grogu, ultimately leading to the second on-screen performance of Pedro Pascal as the titular character.
This latest batch of stills from "Chapter 15" essentially serves as a reminder of the high-stakes action of the episode. It was previously teased by one of the crew members of The Mandalorian that the final three episodes of the series will be a “rollercoaster” for fans, and so far, the show is living up to that promise.
Admittedly, one of the major highlights of the episode is the return of Bill Burr's Migs Mayfeld. The former Imperial sharpshooter's return in "Chapter 15" proved to be a massive win for The Mandalorian Season 2 since the character was given his own redemption arc and a bright future ahead.
The latest episode showed that Mayfeld was finally free from being imprisoned, and there's a good chance that the character will be seen once again in future The Mandalorian episodes or even in the Rangers of the New Republic spinoff series.
On top of that, fans rejoiced when Pedro Pascal was once again featured on-screen, but there might be a deeper meaning behind this reveal. During Season 1 and a good chunk of Season 2, Mando has a strict rule that he will not remove his helmet in front of anyone. Still, his bond with Grogu clearly defied the aforementioned rule, seemingly confirming that Mando will do anything for The Child, even if it means breaking The Creed from time to time.
Whatever the case, "Chapter 15" is entertaining in its own right, and it served as a fitting penultimate episode before the highly-anticipated confrontation between Mando and Moff Gideon in the Season 2 finale.