Warning - This article contains minor spoilers for The Mandalorian Season 2.
The Mandalorian Season two premiere has officially landed. In every part of the globe where Disney+ is available, people are tuning in to catch the continued adventures of bounty hunter Din Djarin and The Child, who has been placed in his care.
Back in Season one, Djarin's travels took him to Tatooine, the former home of Luke Skywalker. It was there that he bargained with some Tusken Raiders (also known as Sand People) for safe passage through their land. It was revealed during that scene that Djarin knows how to converse with the Tuskens through their own form of sign language.
However, in Season two when Din Djarin returns to Tatooine, a new layer is added to his interactions with the Tusken Raiders.
In the first episode of Season two of The Mandalorian, Din Djarin must join forces with the Tusken Raiders to achieve a common goal. It is during these scenes that the character speaks the language of the Tuskens.
Actor Pedro Pascal has taken to Twitter to respond to the query of whether it was him performing the series of grunts that make up the Tusken language. Check out the Tweet below:
The titular Mandalorian really is full of surprises, isn't he?
Djarin has routinely been portrayed as pretty capable and resourceful. He might not always have the greatest handle on a given situation but he can usually find a way to pull through. The fact that he's fluent in Tusken should come as no surprise.
The Mandalorian Season two premiere is now streaming on Disney+. The next episode drops Friday, November 6, 2020.