On an ocean-covered moon called Trask, a black market harbor in the galaxy is the setting where bounty hunter Din Djarin, also called Mando, is betrayed by Quarren fishermen who wanted to steal his armor for the valuable Beskar metal, is saved by three Mandalorians from the Kryze clan under the command of Bo-Katan. This occurs in the 11th chapter of the series – The Mandalorian – called – The Heiress -, where the leader of the rebel Mandalorian faction appears that breaks the rules of doctrine followed by Djarin removing his helmet and exposing his face. Bo-Katan appeared in the animated series Star Wars: The Clone Wars, and also appeared in the animated series Star Wars: Rebels, where she was voiced in both by Katee Sackhoff who now brings the character to life in person.
In the past, Mandalorians were divided between the pacifist ideals of their governor, Duchess Satine, and those who idealized their origins as warriors, such as Bo-Katan, sister of Satine. Exiled, Bo-Katan joined a radical group and even joined the sith lord Darth Maul, who betrayed his allies and seized power. To combat the villain’s reign, Bo-Katan was the leader of the Mandalore Resistance, joining forces with the Jedi. At the end of the conflict, she became the new leader by becoming the bearer of the legendary black lightsaber. With the interference of the Galactic Empire, Bo-Katan was betrayed and deposed, resulting in a civil war in her world. This generated such dissatisfaction in the Empire that, when they concluded that they could not be controlled, they promoted the genocide of a large part of the Mandalorians. In the series “The Mandalorian”,
The statue line from Iron Studios’ The Mandalorian series, which will feature Mando and Grogu (Baby Yoda) Art Scale 1/10 and Legacy Replica 1/4, and Moff Gideon Art Scale 1/10, now also features the “Bo-Katan BDS Art Scale 1/10 – The Mandalorian – Iron Studios” statue, inspired by his first live-action appearance, in a defensive stance ready for action, wielding his blaster pistols, on a diorama base full of elements such as ropes, a box and a vat that refer to the deck of the vessel in the waters of Trask, where she arrives flying with her jetpack and poses to save Din Djarin. With fidelity to the smallest details of her armor, the figure presents the warrior with her helmet, preserving the mysterious mandalorian aura… As it should be!
– Scale: 1/10
– Limited Edition
– Based on original movie references
– Made in polystone – *(may contain parts in resin, polystone, PVC, metal and fabric)
– Hand Painted
– This statue is part of a battle diorama
– Product dimensions: 8.3” (H) x 5” (W) x 6.3” (D)
– Product Weight: 3.97 lbs