The Mandalorian: Generally Accepted Theory About The Future Movie Has Been Shattered!

MOVIE NEWS – Although many believed that the era of The Mandalorian would end with the formation of the First Order, the official Star Wars timeline has now been thoroughly disproved…



One of the most prominent theories about the end of The Mandalorian Era and the overall saga has recently been debunked. As the “Mandoverse” expands to include Ahsoka and the Skeleton Crew, the grand narrative seems to be clearer. The reintroduction of the Imperial Remnants and Grand Admiral Thrawn will undoubtedly play a significant role in the coming seasons and The Mandalorian movie. This leads many to believe that the endgame of the era depicted here will be the formation of the First Order and the further fall of the New Republic.

After all, it was revealed in episode 7 of season 3 of The Mandalorian that Brendol Hux, father of First Order general Armitage Hux, was leading his own Imperial faction at the time and was heavily involved in the “Necromancer Project”, which may be related to Palpatine’s return.

This has understandably led to the widespread belief that the recently announced film will conclude with the official formation of the First Order from the surviving Imperial remnants. It is setting the stage for the Star Wars sequel trilogy. However, new canonical information about the Star Wars timeline has confirmed that it would be impossible for the First Order to be formed by the saga’s end. Unless we’re talking about a massive time jump.


The First Order was officially formed long after the Mandalorian era


The events of seasons 1-3 of the series occur roughly between 9-11 ABY (After the Battle of Yavin, the events of A New Hope). It is currently difficult to pinpoint the exact timeframe. This is because series creator Jon Favreau insists that there are several years between the events of The Mandalorian Season 1 and the events of The Boba Fett Book. However, the recently released Star Wars: Timelines book reiterates that these events all happened within a year of each other. Leaving out the time between Boba Fett and Season 3.

What has been confirmed is that the remnants of the Empire were not genuinely united until 21 ABY ago, at least ten years after the events of The Mandalorian as presented so far!

It’s unlikely that Season 4 of The Mandalorians, or even the film, would contain such a huge time jump. It would make it difficult for other series to keep up. Moreover, it would leave out too much of the relationship between Mando and Grogu. Instead, it’s more likely that the rest of the series and the movie of the era will deal with the canonical adaptation of Star Wars, the Heir of the Empire story thread. Ahsoka is setting the stage for this, and it should be continued in later series. Grand Admiral Thrawn is undoubtedly a serious enough threat to carry such an important story thread. It would be a shame if it were limited to the Ahsoka series.


Star Wars has already revealed how the Mandalorian era will end


If The Heir of the Empire is indeed the pattern, then we’ve already revealed the most likely ending to the series era. Although the remnants of the Empire may flourish for a time under the command of Grand Admiral Thrawn, they will once again be defeated and scattered across the galaxy. Only then will the First Order be able to rise from the ashes.

A 10-year gap between the era and the confirmed year when the remnants of the Empire unite to become the First Order gives them plenty of time to regroup and gather resources.

Star Wars: The Force Awakens takes place in 34 ABY. This would give the First Order 13 years to gather resources. As well as becoming the nuisance that General Leia Organa was worried enough about to create the new Resistance. This timeline seems the most logical. Moreover, it ensures that The Heirs of the Empire story thread and the Mandoverse, in general, gets its own solid narrative and conclusion without fully committing to the rise of the First Order. The most important thing that Season 4 of The Mandalorian and the film have to deal with is the ominous portents. The Empire may be defeated again for a time, but something new lurks in the depths…

Source: Esquire

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