Din Djarin – The Mandalorian

Name: Din Djarin “Mando”
Type: Bounty Hunter
Species: Human
Homeworld:
Gender: Male
Born:
Died:
Hair Color: Black
Eye Color: Brown
Height: 1.8 m
Weight: 80 kg
Skin: Tan

DEXTERITY: 3D+1
Armor Weapons 5D+1
Blaster: 8D
Brawling Parry 7D
Dodge 7D+1
Grenade 6D
Melee Parry 6D+2
Melee Combat 7D+1
Missile Weapons 6D
Vehicle Blasters 5D+2

PERCEPTION: 3D
Bargain: 8D
Command: 6D+2
Con: 9D
Forgery
Gambling: 5D
Hide: 6D
Investigation: 8D
Persuasion: 5D+2
Search: 8D+2
neak: 7D

KNOWLEDGE: 2D+2
Alien Species: 5D+1
Intimidation: 6D+2
Languages: 5D+2
Planetary Systems: 5D
Streetwise: 6D
Survival: 6D+2
Value: 6D
Willpower: 6D+1

STRENGTH: 3D+1
Brawling: 7D
Climbing/Jumping: 6D+2
Stamina: 4D+2

MECHANICAL: 3D
Astrogation: 6D+1
Beast Riding: 4D
Communications: 5D+1
Jet Pack Operation: 5D
Repulsorlift Operation: 6D+1
Space Transports: 7D+1
Starship Gunnery: 6D+2
Starship Shields: 6D+1
Sensors: 5D

TECHNICAL: 2D
Armor Repair: 6D
Blaster Repair: 5D+2
Computer Programming/Repair: 4D+2
Demolition: 6D
First Aid: 5D+1
Security: 6D+1
Space Transport Repair: 5D

Special Abilities:
None

Force Sensitive – N
Force Points: 4
Dark Side Points: 1
Character Points: 15
Move: 10

Equipment: Mandalorian Combat Armor, Jet Pack, Bandoliers, Cape. IB-94 Blaster Pistol (5D), a long modified Amban sniper rifle (6D+2), Vibro-knife (Str+2D), Thermal Charges (9D), Starship (Razor Crest)

Mandalorian Armor
+1D to Strength vs Energy Damage
+2D to Strength vs Physical Damage
-1 Dexterity
(later receives Beskar Plating +2D vs all damage)
Helmet Sensors (+2D to search)
Macrobinocular Viewplate (x50 magnification)
Infrared Scanner
Rangefinder
Comlink
Broadband Antenna
Sealed Environment Filter

Vambraces
Whipcord Thrower:
Skill: Armor Weapons
Ammo: 5
Range: 1-4/8/15m
Damage: (4D strength grapple)

Whistling Birds:
Skill: Armor Weapons
Ammo: 12
Range: 2-4/6/10m
Damage: 4D

2 x Flame Projector:
Skill: Armor Weapons
Ammo: 5
Range: 1m Diameter, 1-5m long
Damage: 5D

Jetpack (Received during Series)
Skill: Jetpack Operations
Maneuverability: Dexterity +2D
Move: 50

Background: Din Djarin was a human male Mandalorian who worked as a bounty hunter during the New Republic Era. With his Mandalorian armor, IB-94 blaster pistol, Amban sniper rifle, and distinctive beskar helmet, Djarin was both well-equipped and enigmatic—a stranger whose past was shrouded in mystery to others. Orphaned during the Republic Era, he was raised as a foundling by the Children of the Watch, a group that had broken off from mainstream Mandalorian society. Djarin was not aware 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 and was affiliated with the Children of the Watch. 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 Territories—far from the authority of the New Republic—in his personal starship, 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. On his way to the asset, Djarin encountered a bounty hunter droid, IG-11 who first shot Djarin, oblivious to the fact that he was part of the Bounty Hunters’ Guild. After Djarin verified his identity, the two entered the building in the encampment guarded by mercenaries where the asset was kept. Upon seeing the asset itself, they 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. Djarin, who was tasked with bringing Grogu in alive, shot IG-11 in the head, who was about to kill Grogu, and saved the infant, taking him into his custody.

Discovering Grogu’s Force-sensitivity during his time on Arvala-7, Djarin then 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 would go on to embark on various adventures around the galaxy as they formed a close bond, including an encounter with former rebel shock trooper Carasynthia 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. The Guild agent offered to work with the Mandalorian to drive away the Imperials, who took control over Nevarro’s city, in exchange for dropping the bounty on the Child. Djarin then gathered his allies—Dune, Kuiil, and a re-programmed IG-11—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 another group of Mandalorians, and another mission with Cara Dune and Greef Karga on Nevarro. Eventually, the pair made it 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 son of another Mandalorian, who wanted his armor back in exchange for not harming the Child. However, before Djarin could give Fett the armor, 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, locate Gideon’s light cruiser. Djarin, alongside the Nite Owls, Dune, and Shand, stormed the cruiser and managed to locate the Child. 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. However, 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 the dark troopers were finally destroyed, Skywalker left the ship with Grogu, but not before Djarin said his goodbyes to the youngling and promised they would see each other again.

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