The final season of Star Wars: The Clone Wars has brought back the Mandalorians and one of them sounds exactly like the Armorer from The Mandalorian.
Season 7, Episode 7 of Star Wars: The Clone Wars, “Dangerous Debt,” reintroduced the Mandalorians in the final moments of the episode. As three cloaked warriors observed Ahsoka Tano, we could hear three very distinctive voices.
Two are very well known, Bo-Katan Kryze and Ursa Wren, but one other voice has left fans wondering if it is who they think it is. Was the Armorer from The Mandalorian present in Star Wars: The Clone Wars?
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From just listening to the voice. Yes! That was 100% the Armorer, played by Emily Swallow, from The Mandalorian. However, Emily Swallow has not been credited so technically we can’t say it is for sure.
This is voice acting after all. You can easily have someone impersonate the voice of another. How many people have you heard impersonate the voice of a celebrity; for example Morgan Freeman or Samuel L Jackson?
My point is, while I’m 100% sure it is the Armorer. It doesn’t mean it is Emily Swallow doing the voice.
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Looking at things from a story point of view. There are arguments to say the Armorer would be around during The Clone Wars timeline, but there are also arguments to say why she wouldn’t be as well.
For example. There is an awesome fan theory that connects the Armorer to Darth Maul. It specifically points out how there is evidence showing the Armorer served Darth Maul faithfully. Thus putting her in The Clone Wars timeline.
But, in The Mandalorian series, the Armorer states how she doesn’t understand who the Jedi or Sith are. Going even further by saying outside of history she does not even know if force users even exist. Well, if this is indeed true then the Armorer could not have been around during The Clone Wars.
So, in short, if we are to rely on our ears alone that is the Armorer, however our current Star Wars lore does not support this. Although there are theories to suggest otherwise.
We’ll find out for sure as new episodes are released. So it’s unlikely this question will go unanswered, which is good, but for now it’s anyone’s guess.
What do you think? Was it the Armorer? Drop a comment just below sharing your thoughts.