I actually think this was one of my favorite and most powerful scenes in the show. Kate Mulgrew expertly portrayed the hurt we’ve all felt at one point or another when we were ostracized by people we wanted so desperately to be accepted by and the fact that this feeling knows no boundaries of age.
I ached for her in this scene.
There are several reasons she’s my favorite character.
my favorite thing about england is that the word pulp doesnt exist
I keep a beskad on my back that makes for good entertainment during those bounty hunting dry spells
I give you, the most ridiculous photo of the week.
The snow mando’s! Featuring Paikea Heke (Left) and Zeevan Korall (Right) of the Freelancers Guild and retired Merc on his way back to approval, Dar K Aaray (Center). Oya Manda!
Daily dose of Mandalorian! Mandalorian Merc member Paikea Heke of the Freelancers Guild.
Paikea Heke was a Kiffar originally from Corellia. Specializing as a sniper and assassin. Pai lived during The Clone Wars as a Cuy’val Dar, training clones on Kamino for special ops missions. Stealthy, quick and nimble, Pai was highly skilled at close combat as well and kept an arsenal of blades for this reason, including an old beskad in a slot on the backplate. After the Grand Army of the Republic was debuted, Paikea opted to stick around instead of return to Mandalore, having formed close bonds with some of the squads. Pai had a few close friendships with other Mandalorians, took the culture, language and heritage very seriously and enjoyed sharing it with the clones. Paikea Heke went missing in action after Order 66.
Have…have I done a sketch of your helmet yet?
I’ve only received drawings from two fellow DA Mando gals so, I don’t think so? Would love one though!