The Mandalorian Fans Are Growing Suspicious of [SPOILERS] True Motives

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Warning: If you haven't seen Chapter 19 of The Mandalorian, this article contains major SPOILERS so read at your own risk.

The Mandalorian Season 3's second episode changed everything we thought we knew about Mandalore with the shocking revelation that the Mythosaur still exists. Chapter 18 gave us our first glimpse at the awe-inspiring creature that apparently has laid dormant for thousands of years in the living waters.

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When Bo-Katan Kryze attempted to rescue Din Djarin who made a plunge into the waters to redeem himself and officially be recognized as a Mandalorian again, the former came face-to-face with the mythical monster which was believed to have been instinct a long time ago.

Chapter 19 picks up where the previous episode left off but unfortunately, we didn't see the Mythosaur emerge from the living waters. What's interesting is Bo-Katan seems to not want Din to know that the creature is still alive and it's leaving many quite suspicious.

When she asked Din if he saw any living creature when he dove into the waters, Mando simply said no and when he attempted to ask, Bo-Katan just brushed it off before they left the cave.

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Bo-Katan's refusal to tell Din about what she saw raises too many questions regarding her true motives. She made it clear from the get-go that she doesn't want to rule Mandalore but if that's the case, shouldn't she let someone else know about the Mythosaur's existence? Things are getting quite sketchy and hopefully, the next episode gives viewers some much-needed clarity.

The Mandalorian's nineteenth chapter is now streaming on Disney+.