On the way to showing Din Djarin to the Mines of Mandalore, Bo-Katan spoke of the sacrifice her father made to defend Mandalore. She also chided Din Djarin for the scattered division among the sects of Mandalore that have prevented their people from truly uniting. She implies that had the Children of the Watch — Din DJarin’s sect of Mandalorian culture — not hidden on Concord during the Night of a Thousand Tears, perhaps they could have defeated any enemy, not just the Empire.
Uniting Mandalore is clearly something on her mind.
When Bo-Katan rocketed into the Living Waters of Mandalore to rescue Din from his own clownery, she redeemed herself in the eyes of the Children of the Watch. As long as she doesn’t remove her helmet, they will consider her a true Mandalorian. For now, she hides among them while she and Din regroup from that Imperial attack on Kalevala. Will she learn from this covert ways to bring all of Mandalore together?
One can only hope.
But what of keeping the secret of the mythosaur? Does that bode well or ill for this continued redemption?