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Mandalorian concept art reveals a deleted Baby Yoda scene

"The Jedi" began with a far different look.

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The Mandalorian Chapter 13 saw Ahsoka Tano's live-action debut, along with many more memorable moments. Here's how Lucasfilm's concept art evolved to "The Jedi."

Lucasfilm/Art by Ryan Church

The Razor Crest lands on the forest planet of Corvus amid a fierce snowstorm. The weather was nicer in the final episode.

Lucasfilm/Art by Brian Matyas

Ahsoka's white lightsabers are tinged with the red of the blaster fire as she battles the Calodan guards, casting a strange light.

This moment of Grogu using his powers on nearby wildlife got left on the cutting room floor.

Lucasfilm/Art by Christian Alzmann

The Calodan city gate was originally much more impressive than the one shown on-screen. It even has an imposing door.

Lucasfilm/Art by Anton Grandent

Lucasfilm/Art by Erik Tiemens

Mando's first encounter with The Magistrate occurs in this grand courtyard, which is seemingly identical to the concept art.

Lucasfilm/Art by Brian Matyas

This illustration of Ahsoka meeting Grogu for the first time seems straight out of a fairy tale.

Lucasfilm/Art by Christian Alzmann

It looks like Ahsoka's iconic white cloak from her appearance in Rebels was supposed to make the jump to live-action.

Lucasfilm/Art by Brian Matyas

Ahsoka and Mando's fights don't overlap much in this episode, but this image shows them working together on a rooftop.

Lucasfilm/Art by Brian Matyas

Ahsoka's duel with the Magistrate was originally set indoors. Could this be a glimpse inside the Calodan building we only see from outside?

Lucasfilm/Art by Brian Matyas

We've seen Mando in this pose alone, but now the Clan of Two are side by side.

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