Warning: The following contains spoilers for the first two episodes of The Mandalorian
A detail from Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge may have dropped a clue about baby Yoda's fate in The Mandalorian. Disney+'s inaugural series - which also happens to be the first live-action TV series for Star Wars - was created by Jon Favreau. Episodes started to roll out last week, with two already released. While the show focuses on Pedro Pascal's titular bounty hunter named Dyn Jarren, its scene-stealer is undoubtedly the infant creature from the same species as Jedi Master Yoda.
The public has dubbed the adorable being as baby Yoda because it remains unnamed. Introduced at the end of the The Mandalorian's premiere titled "Chapter 1," baby Yoda is Dyn's asset as he's hired by The Client (Werner Herzog). In the second episode, titled "The Child," viewers learned a little bit more about the creature, including the confirmation of everyone's theory that it is Force Sensitive. As the adventure continues this week for the show's third outing, an unassuming display at Galaxy's Edge may have given fans an inkling as to what the future holds for the bounty and its hunter.
Shared on Imgur by user Draphster (via Newsweek) is a shot from his recent visit to Dok-Ondar's Den of Antiquities section at Galaxy's Edge in Florida where he points out that Dyn's signet in The Mandalorian may have been revealed by the display. In the image, the character's helmet and long gun can be seen, and below it is some form of an image theorized to be the character's soon-to-be-revealed logo, which looks oddly like baby Yoda. Check out the image below:
For context, signets are like badges of honor; a Mandalorian gets them after a series of successful missions or following an accomplished great deed. In the first episode of The Mandalorian, Dyn was asked by the Armorer (Emily Swallow) if his signet has already been revealed while she created his Paldron from the Beskar he brought. He said not yet, so she made him a plain one. The possibility that the bounty's signet is an etching of Baby Yoda might mean that he'll go to great lengths to keep the creature safe. Dyn didn't think twice to shoot IG-11 (Taika Waititi) when it insisted on killing the infant. While it may only be because he wanted to deliver the asset alive to The Client and Dr. Pershing (Omid Abtahi), chances are that it's because he has a soft spot for abandoned children as it reminds him of his own tragedy.
By episode 2 of The Mandalorian, it's clear that Dyn has developed an affinity with baby Yoda, and this puts him in a dangerous situation in the event that he discovers what The Client and Dr. Pershing's true intentions are for the child. It's safe to assume that the pair's relationship will only progress as the show continues, and chances are that they'll be with each other for the most part of season 1. And if this image is proven to be a massive clue of how their fates turn out in the show, it's safe to assume that Dyn will be committed in ensuring the safety of the adorable little creature, earning him that signet