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To me the best part about The Mandalorian is exactly what you are experiencing: Something completely new, though I have watched all the movies. I hope this will make sense: Star Wars is successful for many reasons, but a core one would be it's wide universe which isn't explained. When people watched the original Star Wars (Episode IV), aside being amazed by ...


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Keep in mind only a few episodes have been released so far, so any answers may need to be updated to suggest more necessary reading/viewing if any subsequent episodes make additional/substantial references. While I agree with AJ's answer that you can enjoy the series without having seen any of the movies, there are some rough references to events, plot ...


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There is a lot of homage to the previous two trilogies and even elements from Rogue One and The Ewok Adventures too, but that doesn't mean you can't understand or enjoy the story, as it features new characters, but rather you might just miss out on some of the easter eggs (allusions and references), which may help lay the foundation for some of series ...


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This series is rather blaster-fight oriented, and I recognized a lot of weapons from the Star Wars: Jedi Knight video game franchise; the Jedi Outcast and Jedi Academy games in particular can show you some weapons types that are used in this series. If you played them you will recognize a disruptor at some point, and I loved the way they implemented it. ...


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You shouldn't have any problem keeping up with the storyline of the show if you haven't watched a single movie of Star Wars franchise. It has a new set of characters and plot elements. As the director, Jon Favreau, said, “It’s an invitation into [‘Star Wars’] in a very pure way,” said Favreau, whose Disney credentials include directing “The Lion King” ...


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