Viewers of The Mandalorian season 3 might have missed an essential Star Destroyer element within the trailer completely launched on Disney+ (not YouTube). Perhaps meant to reward Disney+ subscribers, the YouTube model of the trailer misses a scene current within the Disney+ model. In the center of each trailers, Coruscant is showcases in two transient photographs. The first shot exhibits the plain Coruscant cityscape, with a brand new massive constructing within the background. It’s potential that this massive constructing could possibly be the jail that holds Moff Gideon, as many have theorized that he could also be being held prisoner on Coruscant.
It’s unclear why Disney secretly launched an alternate Mandalorian trailer that gives a major element about Coruscant. Nonetheless, the second shot of Coruscant current in each variations is of Doctor Pershing in a speeder. Pershing has been in each season of The Mandalorian to date, and his continued involvement on Coruscant might reveal much more about his plans for Grogu. In earlier seasons, Pershing’s purpose appeared to be to develop some type of cloning technique utilizing Grogu’s exceptionally uncommon blood. The cloning that he develops could possibly be the essential ingredient for creating Supreme Leader Snoke, or it is also used to resurrect Palpatine.
The Disney+ model of The Mandalorian season 3 trailer featured a shot of disassembled Star Destroyers on Coruscant. This element will hopefully reply the query of what occurred to the Imperials’ Star Destroyers between Return of the Jedi and the rise of Star Wars‘ First Order. How they even ended up on the floor of Coruscant is unclear, since Coruscant by no means had a shipyard for constructing ships of that measurement. Because of their measurement, Star Destroyers are unable to dock or land on planets with out a specifically constructed docking platform—which might be costly to construct.
Regardless of how the Star Destroyers landed on the floor of Coruscant, the larger query is: what are they doing there? Since items of the hull are lacking from the Destroyers within the shot, it’s potential that they’re both being torn down for scrap elements or they’re being rebuilt to serve a brand new navy. The New Republic decommissioned its navy as per a treaty with the Empire, suggesting that these ships are being torn down. If they’re being rebuilt, it might assist to clarify Palpatine’s Star Destroyer Fleet in Star Wars 9. Alternatively, it is also a sect of breakaway Imperials (like Moff Gideon) trying to rebuild the Empire.
In the bonus scene, two unknown figures survey the damaged Star Destroyers. Neither of them appears like Din—until he’s taken his armor off once more. One of them could possibly be Doctor Pershing, as it could make sense since he’s already on Coruscant. The approach the shot is framed means that the characters could also be trying to find one thing within the Star Destroyers quite than simply sightseeing. Either approach, somebody spent an exorbitant quantity of credit to create a docking house for these Star Destroyers, and The Mandalorian season 3 will reveal why.