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The Mandalorian concept art shows a change to Baby Yoda

Take a peek at the art that inspired Chapter 11, "The Heiress."

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The Mandalorian Chapter 11 saw Mando get caught up in a space piracy adventure with fellow Mandalorian Bo Katan Kryze.

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Here are 11 images that show exactly how "The Heiress" came to be, including one Baby Yoda moment that sadly didn't make it into the episode.

A spider-damaged Razor Crest comes in for a bumpy landing onto the water planet of Trask.Lucasfilm/Art by Ryan Church

Bo Katan's owl motif on her helmet is remnant from her time leading The Nite Owls on Mandalore.

Lucasfilm/Art by Brian Matyas

This very preliminary concept art shows a prototype of Mando's armor as he stands in what looks like a sinking Razor Crest.

Lucasfilm/Art by Ryan Church

Looks like in concept art, Baby Yoda's squid chowder snack was a lot more friendly.

Lucasfilm/Art by Christian Alzmann

The dark, industrous mood of the docks of Trask. Hang on, is that a space whale?Lucasfilm/Art by Ryan Church

Stormtroopers stand guard in the Empire cargo ship, unaware they're about to have a visit from some Mandalorian pirates.

Lucasfilm/Art by Ryan Church.

Take a closer look at the Quarren fishing boat where Baby Yoda was (thankfully briefly) swallowed by a treacherous mamacore.

Lucasfilm/Art by Christian Alzmann

That terrifying moment is shown in even more clarity here. Thank God Bo-Katan and her crew were able to save the day — and The Child.Lucasfilm/Art by Christian Alzmann

The Trask harbor blends nautical rigging with sci-fi technology to make a visually impressive galactic dockyard.

Lucasfilm/Art by Ryan Church

The Mandalorian pirates first ambush the cargo ship from the outside, kicking off a midair firefight.Lucasfilm/Art by Christian Alzmann

While Mando was off on his adventure, Baby Yoda was with the Frog People and got to meet someone even more Baby than him — this little tadpole.

Lucasfilm/Art by Christian Alzmann

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