As a Hutt, he resembled a slug and had small arms and a craterous mouth. [5], Vanth and Issa-Or allowed Malakili to get up and claimed they were the law, both of them introducing themselves and freetown to the beastmaster. Untitled Obi-Wan Kenobi television series, How Wookieepedia treats Canon and Legends, Chuck Wendig on the Battle of Jakku, Han and Leia's complex relationship, and more from Aftermath: Empire's End, Everything New You Can Stream on Disney+ in October 2020, Timothy Olyphant Joins 'The Mandalorian' (Exclusive), Exclusive: Timothy Olyphant Will Wear Boba Fett's Iconic Armor in 'The Mandalorian' Season 2, Mandalorian Season 2: Multiple Characters Wear Boba Fett's Armor, REPORT: The Mandalorian Puts Timothy Olyphant in Boba Fett's Armor, https://starwars.fandom.com/wiki/Cobb_Vanth?oldid=9511552, Pages using DynamicPageList parser function. Male[2] [6], While Vanth was still in the sandcrawler, Adwin Charu, a representative of the Red Key sent by Movellan, arrived to barter with the Jawa scavengers for droids, weapons and mining equipment. Cobb has a rocky relationship with the Tusken Raiders at the start of “The Marshal,” with the Tuskens accusing Mos Pelgo of stealing their water. He reappears in the Disney+ television series The Mandalorian, portrayed by Timothy Olyphant, set years after the events of the trilogy and depicting the character joining forces with the Tusken Raiders and "The Mandalorian" to finally defeat the krayt dragon. Vanth repays the gesture by beating Charu, taking the armor and and requesting he and Red Key leave the sector forever. Djarin told Vanth to leave, but when Vanth stayed, his jetpack was sabotaged by Djarin, causing him to fly away as Djarin and the bantha were swallowed. He shoots Charu in a duel but allows the criminal to live so that he can go back and tell the leaders of the Red Key Raiders that there’s a new sheriff in town. Cobb was a skilled gunslinger and fighter who knew how to wield a blaster. In one of those squirmishes, Vanth and his team rescue Borgo, a baby Hutt, which they keep as well as they know how. He's still mourning the death of his beloved rancor and is only too happy to care for an adorable, sentient Baby Hutt. The sheriff kept Charu alive simply to send a message to his boss, Lorgan Movellan. Lorgan saw this and ordered Trayness to strike Malakili as punishment. By the end of The Mandalorian season 2 premiere, Mos Pelgo is safe once again. [5] In the second season's premiere, "Chapter 9: The Marshal", the Mandalorian encounters Cobb, seeking Fett and later his Mandalorian armor upon learning Cobb is not a Mandalorian. All the latest gaming news, game reviews and trailers. KEEP READING: The Mandalorian Season 2 Premiere Has a HILARIOUS Return of the Jedi Callback. But Cobb and Malakili had planned for this after foiling Red Key’s last plan, cutting a deal with the Tusken Raiders to help protect the town from attack. Vanth then negotiated with the Jawas, promising that both he and Charu had credits. Charu insisted that he did not have time to build rapport with Jawas and expressed the thought of visiting Mos Pelgo instead. Cobb Vanth was a human male. In the second, Cobb stops them from smuggling a Huttlet and killing Malakili, Jabba the Hutt’s beastmaster in Return of the Jedi (he’s the shirtless guy who starts crying after Luke Skywalker kills the rancor in Jabba’s palace). [2] In an interview with StarWars.com, Wendig stated that the interlude chapters in Aftermath: Empire's End, the Aftermath Trilogy's third and final instalment released in 2017, like the one including Vanth were made to feed back into the main story. After killing the dragon, Vanth gave his armor to Djarin who claimed it on behalf of the Mandalorian people. Skin color Cobb is voiced by Marc Thompson in the audiobook for the Aftermath trilogy, and played by Timothy Olyphant in the second season of The Mandalorian. [1], Cobb Vanth's character poster for The Mandalorian Season Two, Cobb Vanth was created by Chuck Wendig for Star Wars: The Aftermath Trilogy, appearing in its first instalment, Aftermath, in 2015. The Mandalorian Season 2: Bo-Katan Kryze's Return Explained, The Mandalorian Season 2: Ahsoka Tano's Return Explained, Nintendo Holiday Gift Guide: Best Consoles and Games to Buy, Give Comics Hope: Here's How You Can Help Save Comic Book Stores, Barbarians' True Story: the Battle of Teutoburg Forest, Arminius and Roman Defeat, The Mandalorian: Cobb Vanth Origin and Armor Explained.