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Thread: Why does Durge have a Mythosaur skull on his armor if he hates Mandalorians?

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    Why does Durge have a Mythosaur skull on his armor if he hates Mandalorians?

    From memory itís meant to depict his dead master, but Iím not buying it. That is definitely a mando mythosaur right?

    This takes me back a decade or so when everyone was asking these questions. Good times! Lol 😝
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    Mythosaurs were native to Durge's planet. his people worshipped their majestic form.
    but the Mando's hunted them all down as part of their initiation rituals (like Alien v Predator). so now they are extinct.
    in retaliation, Durge's people will hunt mandos. until they are extinct. the end.





    (no. seriously. I have no idea. I just made that up. cheers).
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    Well, it sounded good to me. And probably anything better than what TPTB would have come up with! lol
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    Yeah sure, I’ll go with that.
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    Durge was already an aggressive and unique type of his species, he met up with Mandalorian battle master/warlord called Jaing - who trained him in the ways and methods of Mandalorians. Durge had by time used a suit of armor. Jaing was attacked and presumed killed by rival Mandalorian group, and so Durge vowed to wipe them all out in retaliation and revenge that kinda thing. Jaing was an unknown species, had a helmet or head the shape of the mythosaur.
    Last edited by Vorax; 10-23-2018 at 04:07 PM.

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    mine's better.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vorax View Post
    Durge was already an aggressive and unique type of his species, he met up with Mandalorian battle master/warlord called Jaing - who trained him in the ways and methods of Mandalorians. Durge had by time used a suit of armor. Jaing was attacked and presumed killed by rival Mandalorian group, and so Durge vowed to wipe them all out in retaliation and revenge that kinda thing. Jaing was an unknown species, had a helmet or head the shape of the mythosaur.
    So it’s not a mythosaur on Durge’s armor, just a likeness of his master, who happened to look similar to a mythasaur. That is some coincidence.
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    it could happen. like all those people who have never listened to the Grateful Dead, but still walk around wearing variations of the 'DeadHead' logo, with no knowledge of what it means* nor where it comes from.








    * apparently, it's got something to do with Volkswagon *shrug* who knew?
    Last edited by Cobalt60; 11-23-2018 at 06:11 PM.
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    I've actually noticed the same thing about the Deathly Hallows symbol, see a lot of tattoos of that. Made me wonder if they were actual HP fans, or if it represented something else entirely.
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    Volkswagen? The Nazi theme is strong with that logo.
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