All character tropes should go on the Star Wars character pages. The characters in The Mandalorian are listed below with the character page they are currently on.
Characters in The Mandalorian
- The Galactic Empire
- Imperial Army: Stormtroopers
- Bounty Hunters and Mercenaries
- Planets and Races
The main protagonist and namesake of The Mandalorian, a drifter wandering the galaxy shortly after the fall of the Galactic Empire.
- Badass Boast: In the Celebration 2019 preview, when he gets into a Mexican Standoff with a squad of Stormtroopers when negotiations with an Imperial officer get unnecessarily hostile.Imperial: Please lower your blaster.
The Mandalorian: Have them lower theirs first.
Stormtrooper: We have you 4 to 1.
The Mandalorian: I like those odds.
- Cool Ship: His personal ship is the Razorcrest, which appears to be the same model as the Banshee — the ship of Asajj Ventress.
- The Drifter: He has been described as a lone gunslinger on a journey across the galaxy's most outer reaches.
- Everyone Calls Him "Barkeep": Even in-universe, he's just referred to as "The Mandalorian".
- Mythology Gag: His rifle is modeled after the stun rod that Boba Fett used in the animated sequence of The Star Wars Holiday Special.
- Not in This for Your Revolution: He could care less about what the remnants of the Empire have to say and doesn't seem particularly enthused when an Imperial officer suggests to him that the Empire is a force of goodwill. As long as he gets paid well, none of that drivel matters.
- Punch-Clock Villain: In the Celebration 2019 preview, he'll take up jobs from anyone as long as he gets enough money to live off on, even from Imperial holdouts. He makes it clear, however, that he's not particularly interested in whatever ideals they have to offer. He's also wary of taking deals from Imperials, judging by how jumpy he gets during a tense negotiation with a holdout.
The head of the Bounty Hunters' Guild.
Species: Human (Mandalorian)
A former shock trooper for the Rebellion.
A doctor employed by an Imperial holdout.
- Ambiguous Situation: It's not clear if he's evil and spineless or if his alliance with war criminals isn't completely out of free will.
- I Want Them Alive: In the Celebration 2019 preview, he requests to the Mandalorian that his target must be brought in alive, but his employer overrules him and says that it'll be fine if he brings it in dead. Pershing is surprised by this and seems to be unpleased by it, as that wasn't what they agreed to earlier and it'll be harder to do whatever they need to do with the target if it is dead.
The leader of an Imperial holdout.
- I Want Them Alive: Subverted. In the Celebration 2019 preview, although he and Pershing had agreed together earlier that the Mandalorian should bring their target in alive, he changes his mind during the negotiation and says that it would be okay if the target dies. The pay will be lower, however.
A TIE pilot, part of an Imperial holdout.
Model: IG-series assassin droid
A bounty hunter five years after the Battle of Endor. He ends up crossing paths with the Mandalorian during one bounty.