Starbucks Been There Nevarro mug

Been There – Nevarro

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This is Starbucks Been There – Nevarro, a mug for the volcanic planet from the Outer Rim Territories. In the time of the New Republic, the planet and its city became headquarters for bounty hunters. Din Djarin, a.k.a “the Mandalorian” or “Mando”, is probably the most well-known among them. He’s depicted right on the front of the mug. Din Djarin dragged the Bounty Hunters’ Guild into the conflict when he rescued Grogu, a.k.a. “The Child” (you can see him on the right side of the front of the mug). Grogu was a Force-sensitive Jedi Initiate who belonged to the same species as Jedi Grand Master Yoda. That rescue was seen as the betrayal of the Guild by its agent Greef Karga (a man below the droid, closer to the back of the mug). He later changed his mind and fought along with Din Djarin against the Imperials and Moff Gideon who wanted to capture “The Child”. You can see Gideon on the back of the mug, standing with his lightsaber after his troops’ failure. He managed to survive and escape. By the way, his weapon deserves extra attention. It was in fact the Darksaber, an ancient and unique black-bladed lightsaber created by Tarre Vizsla, the first Mandalorian.
Speaking of the droid, it is IG-11, a.k.a. Eyegee-Eleven. It was a droid programmed as a bounty hunter. His initial mission was to kill Grogu, but after the destruction, rebuild, and re-programming, he was assigned to protect “The Child”. You can see IG-11 on the mug carrying Grogu in the bag attached to him.
There is also “the Armorer” on the very back of the mug, close to the handle. “The Armorer” was a female Mandalorian Armorer who resisted to the Galactic Empire and forged armor and weapons for her fellow Mandalorians.
“This is the Way.” a phrase we see next to “The Armorer” was a part of “The Way of the Mandalore”, a religion followed by some orthodox Mandalorians. It consisted of a code of behavior and traditions that honored Mandalorian heritage.
Last but not least is the beskar, a.k.a. Mandalorian steel. This alloy used in Mandalorian armor was strong enough to withstand a direct blaster shot and could repel lightsaber strikes (can be seen to the right of “The Armorer”).

Please note, that the box of this Star Wars mug is specific to this mug only since it has the name of the planet on it. This makes it quite a unique item in the Been There collection.

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