This week’s episode of The Mandalorian — Season 2, Episode 6 (Chapter 14: The Tragedy) — had a number of unfortunate moments, but fans have taken to social media to react to what was arguably the most tragic scene of the installment.
**SPOILERS for The Mandalorian Season 2, Episode 6 ahead**
If social media reactions are any indication, many Star Wars fans didn’t realize how attached they were to the Razor Crest until the now-defunct starship was destroyed.
Twitter user Megaer writes:
My reaction to the Razor Crest’s destruction, accompanied by a GIF of Darth Vader screaming “Noooooo!”
My reaction to the Razor Crest's destruction : pic.twitter.com/ERkXvkUc4t
— Megaer (@Megaer2) December 5, 2020
Meanwhile, Maria Gabriela shared this meme of Din crying behind his Mandalorian armor. The caption reads:
Mando when he found Grogu’s little ball amongst the remains of the razor crest #TheMandalorian
— maria gabriela (@sunflwrvol_2) December 4, 2020
I can’t believe I cried a little over over Din losing his ship rip #razorcrest
mando spoilers // #TheMandalorian
— april ʬ⁸⁴ mando spoilers (@mandoslut) December 4, 2020
Another Mandalorian fan, Clam, took to Twitter to say:
I FORGOT THEY BLEW UP THE RAZORCREST. HOW COULD YOU DO THAT. PAIN.
I FORGOT THEY BLEW UP THE RAZORCREST. HOW COULD YOU DO THAT.
— clam ? (@Calamity412) December 5, 2020
Finally, Sami pointed out that this year’s Star Wars LEGO advent calendar has added insult to injury, featuring the Razor Crest today. She says:
Was seriously considering this Lego set for my 9 y/o’s big Christmas gift. So glad I held off. Awful timing that the Lego advent calendar today was the Razor Crest…stab in the heart!
Was seriously considering this Lego set for my 9 y/o's big Christmas gift. So glad I held off. Awful timing that the Lego advent calendar today was the Razor Crest…stab in the heart!
— Sami (@rawrrrritssam) December 5, 2020
The Razor Crest was a gunship used by the Mandalorianbounty hunterDin Djarin. Prior to the rise of the Galactic Empire, it served as a military patrol craft. The vessel eventually fell into the hands of Din Djarin, who lived and worked from it as he hunted bounties in the Outer Rim Territories in the early years of the New Republic. He used it throughout the search for the child named Grogu, and continued to use it on the quest to find Grogu’s species in 9 ABY.
How are you coping with the loss of the Razor Crest? Tell us in the comments!