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    Grogu
    Gender: Male
    Age: 9 (The Phantom Menace)
    19 (Attack of the Clones)
    19-22 (The Clone Wars)
    22 (Revenge of the Sith)
    41 (A New Hope)
    44 (The Empire Strikes Back)
    45 (Return of the Jedi)
    50 (The Mandalorian seasons 1 & 2)
    Approximately 52 (The Book of Boba Fett and The Mandalorian, season 3)
    Species: Yoda's species
    Portrayed by: David Acord
    Status: Alive
    Media of origin: Star Wars


    Grogu (once called "The Child" before his name was revealed in The Jedi; born 41 BBY on an unspecified planet, which is likely Yoda's homeworld) is a primary supporting protagonist in the Disney+ series The Mandalorian.

    The Good Qualities

    1. The infant may be an adorable green elf-looking creature, but he can wield the Force and already shows immense strength in this ability despite his young age and lack of training.
      • This, in which, makes him one of the most powerful beings in the universe.
    2. He manages to bring some much needed adorable comic relief to the much grittier and more criminal world he lives in.
    3. He likes to not follow Mando's instructions whenever possible, preferring to tag along instead of staying behind.
    4. Despite still being a baby, he seems to have a better understanding of situations than given credit for.
    5. In a highly memorable scene, The Child manages to use the Force to contain an onslaught of flames before throwing them back at the incinerator stormtrooper, instantly killing him.
    6. When being attacked by Moff Gideon piloting a TIE fighter, Karga asks the Child to use the 'hand thingy', referring to the Force, to save them from Gideon. Not knowing what he meant, the Child simply waves his hand.
    7. Grogu's savior has been revealed in the flashback of Chapter 20: The Foundling revealed to be Kelleran Beq from Jedi Temple Challenge who played by Adhem Best who also voices Jar-Jar Binks in the prequel trilogy giving bit more redemption over the harsh criticism that happened in the prequel trilogy.

    The Bad Qualities

    1. The infamous scene in season 2 where he keeps eating the Frog Lady's eggs despite Mando telling him not to eat them while still being played off as cute.
    2. The scene where Din and Grogu were chasing the Sandcrawler in Chapter 2: "The Child" that the hovering pram looked really off in the VFX of the episode.
    3. Grogu and Din's reunion in The Book of Boba Fett felt very rushed and it felt way too soon for a reunion. This would also lead some viewers who hadn't watched or skipped The Book of Boba Fett to watch straight to The Mandalorian season 3 be confused on why Grogu isn't with Luke Skywalker in season 3.
    4. The reveal whether Grogu chooses between staying with Luke Skywalker as his student or return to Din from Chapter 6: From the Desert Comes a Stranger was very rushed in Chapter 7: In the Name of Honor in The Book of Boba Fett felt really rushed and it should have revealed in in season 3 in The Mandalorian instead of being too soon in The Book of Boba Fett.
      1. However, the recaps in any of season 3 showed Grogu's reunion with Din Djarin in The Book of Boba Fett and this really causing problems with the viewership in The Mandalorian's third season.
    5. Jon Favraeu and Dave Filoni explained that Din and Grogu were separated for 2 years. The Book of Boba Fett nor The Mandalorian had gave the answer's biggest timeline explanation problem on screen. This is also giving some of the viewers wondering what the big cliffhanger was the point from The Mandalorian season 2 finale for The Mandalorian. Plus, it really gave a poor expectation of not showing Grogu's training with Luke in The Mandalorian.
    6. The jumping special effect when Grogu jumps over Ragna in Chapter 20: The Foundling went really bad that it didn't make it look like Grogu had a slight reaction to the ground. However, Grogu's Force Jumps from The Book of Boba Fett in Chapter 6: From the Desert Comes a Stranger was technically way better than it was handled in Chapter 20 in The Mandalorian.
    7. Some of The Mandalorian season 3 episodes had Grogu getting sidelined sometimes when Din and Bo-Katan were doing something important to the story. However, Chapter 20: The Foundling and Chapter 23: The Spies managed to give some decent character development for Grogu.
      1. It's possible that Grogu wasn't originally supposed to be planned to be reunited to Din Djarin before the third season.
    8. Unfortunately, in Chapter 22: Guns for Hire when Grogu was kept as a watching over by The Duchess and Bombardier while Din and Bo-Katan are doing discovering what was the malfunction for the droids in Plazir-15 for getting Nite Owl back to Bo-Katan, having celebrities cameos such as Lizzo and Jack Black playing The Duchess and Bombardier appeared in Chapter 22 had garnered severe controversy by the fanbase gave season 3 as a bad taste for no reasons since Lizzo and Jack Black didn't have a lot of majority screentime focused on Chapter 22.

    Trivia

    • The Child has been referred to widely and affectionately in news reports and social media as "Baby Yoda".
    • Despite being born the same year as Anakin Skywalker (41 BBY), he has actually managed to outlive Anakin despite his species aging nine times slower than humans.

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